Sunday, July 5, 2015

The REAL 500 Best Albums Of All Time - Part 42 of 100 - 5 More Classics On Rolling Stone's List I Can Actually Agree With!

These five records are all undeniable classics in my book! Five records that you can listen to over and over again and not ever get tired of! 
From 1960, the beautiful Miles Davis album, "Sketches Of Spain!"

From 1965, The Byrds first album, "Mr. Tambourine Man!"

I always thought this was one of the strangest album covers! One of my favourite Bob Dylan records, from 1967, "John Wesley Harding!"

Almost all of Bob Marley's records are brilliant, but there are a couple that are extra exceptional like this 1973 release, "Catch A Fire!"

One of the funkiest records ever made, and what an album cover, from 1974, one of the best bands ever and all time, The Meters and "Rejuvenation!"


  1. Mostly good stuff here. I respect Miles and Marley, but I rarely listen to them. My parents had that Byrds album.

  2. Miles Davis and Bob Marley! When it's all said and done, these names will have everlasting meaning, maybe not in this one, but at least in a semi-rational world!