Here are five records I always enjoy from a number of different decades that are woefully missing from Rolling Stone's list!!!!!
From 1971, The Reverend Eugene McDaniels with some scathing, soulful, and witty commentary on the social problems of the day!
"headless heroes of the apocalypse"
More social commentary from Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention on this, their second album titled "Absolutely Free," released in 1967!
Another killer album from 1967 was "Boogie With Canned Heat" and their special blend of blues and rock that gave us hits like "Going Up The Country," and "On The Road Again!" How this LP is not on Rolling Stone's list is anybody's guess!
Joe Jackson's first release "Look Sharp!" in 1979 is damn near pop perfect!
I like Bill Nelson, and I never tire of listening to this 1982 release titled "The Love That Whirls (Diary Of A Thinking Heart)" because one title is just not good enough!
Two words: "Flaming Desire!"