Monday, March 24, 2014

The REAL 500 Best Albums Of All Time - Part 27 of 100

Here are five more LPs on Rolling Stones Top 500 Albums that I can agree with! More no-brainers!!I probably should have done all the records by one artist on the list together, but then, planning is not my strong suit! The 1965 Dylan album called "Highway 60 Revisited" is almost perfect from beginning to end! Although "Blonde On Blonde" has a bunch of equally classic songs on it, I'm not including it on this list because there's no justification for the overly long "Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands!"

You gotta love this 1965 record from The Motor City Five, it was just about as raw as it could get up that point in time, so don't argue, just "Kick out the jams, motherfuckers!!"

I'm not the biggest Rod Stewart fan in the world, but this 1971 LP was, and still is, hypnotic! Sometimes all the planets just align prefectly! Rod Stewart - "Every Picture Tells A Story!"

I thought I had used all the Stones' records that made the list already, but this 1967 album of theirs called "Between The Buttons" can't be left behind, it just had too many great songs on it!

Again, I should have grouped all The Wailers' LPs together, but I didn't! Rolling Stone lists this record as Bob Marley and The Wailers, but at this point they were still known as simply The Wailers, and still included members Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh! Irie-Ites!!!

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