The REAL 500 Best Albums Of All Time (Almost Unbelievable Omissions) Part 9 of 100
This 1966 LP by Donovan was totally overlooked despite having the classic song "Season Of The Witch" on it! Without a doubt it deserved to be on the list!
I love this album from 1990 by Dread Zeppelin! You've got a great Elvis impersonator as a front man while doing Reggae covers of Led Zeppellin! What the Hell more could you possibly want? These guys have some real imagination!!!
I'm just not quite sure how this 1971 Nilsson album didn't make Rolling Stone's list! With super classic tunes like "Coconut" and "Jump Into The Fire" with Herbie Flowers driving bass line, the only thing it was missing was the song that was saved for "Son Of Schmilsson," "You're Breaking My Heart" (So Fuck You!) Harry in his bathrobe on the cover is beyond classy!
Little Feat have more than one classic album, but I think this one is my favourite! With the talents of Lowell George, Paul Barrere, and the keyboard skills of one of the best pianists in rock history, Bill Payne rockin' from start to finish, this 1973 record is amazing, and with the heavenly backup singer combination punch using singers Bonnie Bramlett, Bonnie Raitt, Daring Dan Hutton, Debbie Lindsey, Gloria Jones, Stephanie Spurville, and Tret Fure, it's just almost unbeatable!
From the first time I heard it til the last time I heard it, this 1970 album by Jerry Williams, AKA Swamp Dogg delivers just what it set out to do! "Total Destruction To Your Mind!" This record should have been a no brainer choice for RS's list, but instead it was totally ignored! What's wrong with people? I guess their minds were already destroyed!!
The House Of Black Wax gives me a chance to show off all the records I've collected over the years! The majority of these aren't pictures I've got off the internet, I either own or have owned each and every one of them, with a few exceptions! Enjoy yerself!!