#29 - On their first album, Led Zeppelin were still in the process of inventing their own sound, moving on from the heavy rave-ups of guitarist Jimmy Page's previous band, the Yardbirds. But from the beginning, Zeppelin had the astonishing fusion of Page's lyrical guitar-playing, Robert Plant's paint-peeling love-hound yowl, and John Paul Jones and John Bonham's avalanche boogie. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

#29 - On their first album, Led Zeppelin were still in the process of inventing their own sound, moving on from the heavy rave-ups of guitarist Jimmy Page's previous band, the Yardbirds. But from the beginning, Zeppelin had the astonishing fusion of Page's lyrical guitar-playing, Robert Plant's paint-peeling love-hound yowl, and John Paul Jones and John Bonham's avalanche boogie. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

#32 - The Rolling Stones' final record of the Sixties kicks off with the terrifying "Gimme Shelter," the song that came to symbolize not only the catastrophe of the Stones' free show at Altamont but the death of the decade's utopian spirit. The entire album burns with apocalyptic cohesion. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

#32 - The Rolling Stones' final record of the Sixties kicks off with the terrifying "Gimme Shelter," the song that came to symbolize not only the catastrophe of the Stones' free show at Altamont but the death of the decade's utopian spirit. The entire album burns with apocalyptic cohesion. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums

Marvin Gaye, 'What's Going On' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Marvin Gaye, 'What's Going On' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

After blowing minds as the house band at L.A.'s Whisky-a-Go-Go, where they got fired for playing the Oedipal drama "The End," the Doors were ready to unleash their organ-driven rock on the world. "On each song we had tried every possible arrangement," drummer John Densmore said, "so we felt the whole album was tight." The Blakean pop art on their debut was beyond Top 40 attention spans.

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

After blowing minds as the house band at L.A.'s Whisky-a-Go-Go, where they got fired for playing the Oedipal drama "The End," the Doors were ready to unleash their organ-driven rock on the world. "On each song we had tried every possible arrangement," drummer John Densmore said, "so we felt the whole album was tight." The Blakean pop art on their debut was beyond Top 40 attention spans.

The Beatles recorded 10 of the 14 songs on their debut album 'Please Please Me' at Abbey Road studio in just over 12 hours on February 11, 1963.

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

The Beatles recorded 10 of the 14 songs on their debut album 'Please Please Me' at Abbey Road studio in just over 12 hours on February 11, 1963.

No 498: The Stone Roses, 'The Stone Roses': The Stone Roses seem to have whizzed past me in the wake of the 80s jumping to the 90s - what a jem of an album that is definitive of the Nineties Brit Pop era. (4 stars)

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

No 498: The Stone Roses, 'The Stone Roses': The Stone Roses seem to have whizzed past me in the wake of the 80s jumping to the 90s - what a jem of an album that is definitive of the Nineties Brit Pop era. (4 stars)

Dusty Springfield, 'Dusty in Memphis' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Dusty Springfield, 'Dusty in Memphis' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

Otis Redding, 'Otis Blue' - 500 Greatest Albums of All Time | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

No 487: Cyndi Lauper ,'She's So Unusual': This is top 100 material - the debut album from Lauper took the 80s by storm. "Girls just want to have fun" and "Time after time" are timeless/legend songs and the album is solid through and through. The best Cyndi Lauper album by far, that made her a household name and pop star over night. (4,5 stars)

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

No 487: Cyndi Lauper ,'She's So Unusual': This is top 100 material - the debut album from Lauper took the 80s by storm. "Girls just want to have fun" and "Time after time" are timeless/legend songs and the album is solid through and through. The best Cyndi Lauper album by far, that made her a household name and pop star over night. (4,5 stars)

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