Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s (part 4)

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Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s (part 4)
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SNEAKIN’ SUSPICION
Dr. Feelgood
United Artists UAS-30075 (1977)
England
6.25 “Decent enough” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Rock n Roll / Rockabilly

Jukebox picks: “Paradise” (9.3) • “You'll Be Mine” (6.6) • “Walking on the Edge” (6.5)
TJR saysMy favourite of the three Dr. Feelgood albums that I own, largely down to the exceptional “Paradise”, their finest h...more →

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SONIA
Orchestre Le Peuple and Trio Ce.Pa.Kos
Pathé ‎2C064-15952 (1977)
Congo-Brazzaville
6.25 “Decent enough” Africana

Jukebox picks: “Malata” (7.4) • “Tango Ya La Vie” (6.3) • “Sonia” (6.2)
TJR saysAfter the dissolution in 1972 of Les Bantous De La Capitale, the band which he founded in 1959, Celestin Kouka wasted li...more →

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COP YER WHACK FOR THIS
Billy Connolly
Polydor 2383-310 (1974)
Scotland
6.24 “Decent enough” Comedy; Folk

Jukebox picks: “Lucky Uncle Freddie [live ’74]” (8.4) • “Sergeant, Where’s Mine? [live ’74]” (8.1) • “Three Men From Carntyne [live ’74]” (7.9)
TJR saysRecorded live at the Unicorn Leisure production “The Billy Connolly Show” in the Kings Theatre, Glasgow. He’s not yet a ...more →

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BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE
Brian Eno
Polydor 2302-071 (1977)
England
6.24 “Decent enough” New Wave; Moodcore

Jukebox picks: “By This River” (7.9) • “No One Receiving” (7.1) • “Energy Fools the Magician” (6.8)
TJR saysHe’s made it there or thereabouts into my Top 30 album chart 3 out of the last 4 years, so he must be doing something ri...more →

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TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT
Neil Young
Reprise Records MS-2221 (1975)
Canada
6.23 “Decent enough” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Tired Eyes” (9.1) • “Tonight's The Night, part II” (7.6) • “Tonight's The Night” (7.4)
TJR saysReleased in June ’75 almost two years after it was recorded; how strange for a set that was considered by Neil to be the...more →

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INDEPENDENCIA
Teta Lando
CDA ‎NALP-6000 (1975)
Angola
6.23 “Decent enough” Folk; Africana

Jukebox picks: “FNLA - MPLA” (8.5) • “Lulendo Mpaxi” (7.7) • “Lembele Iembele” (7.4)
TJR saysWhat with the stresses and hardships caused by the Angolan War of Independence (1961-1974), it perhaps comes as no surpr...more →

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SURF’S UP
The Beach Boys
Reprise Records RS-6453 (1971)
the USA
6.22 “Decent enough” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Take a Load Off Your Feet” (7.8) • “Surf's Up” (7.2) • “Don't Go Near the Water” (7.1)
TJR saysThe Beach Boys ironically titled 1971 LP stands in contrast to the group’s reinvention as a socially conscious unit. Alb...more →

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THE BEST OF THE WAILERS
The Wailers
Beverley's Records BLP-011 (1970)
Jamaica
6.22 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Stop The Train [album version '70]” (7.7) • “Back Out” (7.0) • “Soul Shakedown Party” (6.9)
TJR saysLargely recorded in May 1970 at Leslie Kong's Dynamic Sound Studios, backed by the house band, Beverly's All Stars. Agai...more →

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ZUMA
Neil Young with Crazy Horse
Reprise Records MS-2242 (1975)
Canada
6.22 “Decent enough” Rock; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Don’t Cry No Tears” (7.5) • “Barstool Blues” (7.4) • “Stupid Girl” (7.1)
TJR saysFollowing the death of Danny Whitten, the future for Crazy Horse as an independent group of their own looked to be over ...more →

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THANK YOU FOR…
Bridget St. John
Dandelion Records 2310-193 (1972)
England
6.21 “Decent enough” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Lazarus” (7.1) • “Fly High” (6.7) • “Nice” (6.9)
TJR saysFor the third and final part of her Dandelion trilogy, Bridget was keen to take a much more active role in the productio...more →

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HOOKER ’N HEAT
John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat
Liberty LP-35002 (1971)
the USA
6.20 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “The World Today” (8.1) • “Whiskey And Wimmen [1970 version]” (7.4) • “Burning Hell” (7.3)
TJR saysRecorded in L.A. in May 1970, 17 John Lee Hooker songs. Reworks several tracks from the Hooker back-albums, but all trac...more →

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SIREN
Roxy Music
Island Records ILPS-9344 (1975)
England
6.20 “Decent enough” Cerebral Pop; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Love Is The Drug” (7.8) • “Both Ends Burning” (6.9) • “Whirlwind” (6.8)
TJR says“Siren” was widely acclaimed, but I can’t escape the feeling that they’re slowly slipping away from me at this stage. Th...more →

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A NICKEL AND A NAIL AND ACE OF SPADES
O.V. Wright
Back Beat BLP-70 (1971)
the USA
6.20 “Decent enough” Soul Ballad; Soul

Jukebox picks: “Eight Men, Four Women” (7.3) • “Ace Of Spades [main version]” (6.7) • “Afflicted” (6.7)
TJR saysHelping to plug the gap left by the demise of Otis Redding, O.V. Wright was keeping the Southern Soul flag flying proudl...more →

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RADIO-AKTIVITÄT
Kraftwerk
Kling Klang 1C 062-82 087 (1975)
Germany
6.19 “Decent enough” Electronica

Jukebox picks: “Radioaktivität” (9.4) • “Radioland” (8.5) • “Ohm Sweet Ohm” (8.3)
TJR saysArriving in October ’75 was the next instalment from the fascinating and mysterious electronic group from Düsseldorf. Th...more →

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THE QUALITY OF MERCY IS NOT STRNEN
The Mekons
Virgin V-2143 (1979)
England
6.18 “Decent enough” Punk; Post-Punk

Jukebox picks: “What” (7.2) • “After 6” (6.8) • “Watch The Film” (6.6)
TJR says“The quality of mercy is not strain’d” is a quote from Act 4, Scene 1 of Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice. Acco...more →

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SUPERFLY
Curtis Mayfield
Curtom CRS-8014-ST (1972)
the USA
6.17 “Decent enough” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Freddie’s Dead” (9.4) • “Pusherman” (7.0) • “Junkie Chase [instrumental]” (6.8)
TJR saysThis classy brand of deeply-grooved orchestral-funk was ideal for the big screen; so effective was the music, that the O...more →

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MACKA FAT
Jackie Mittoo
Studio One SOL-1120 (1971)
Jamaica
6.17 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Ghetto Organ” (7.5) • “Lazy Bones” (7.4) • “Whoa Whoa” (7.2)
TJR saysA tidy all-instrumental set from the 23-year-old keyboardist, produced by Clement Dodd at Studio One. Features only two ...more →

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LET’S STAY TOGETHER
Al Green
Hi Records SHL-32070 (1972)
the USA
6.17 “Decent enough” Soul

Jukebox picks: “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?” (7.4) • “La-La For You” (7.0) • “It Ain't No Fun to Me” (6.9)
TJR saysThe smooth ones such as Al Green are usually up against it with me but, by and large, he wins me over here on his 4th LP...more →

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NEW BOOTS AND PANTIES!!
Ian Dury
Stiff Records SEEZ-4 (1977)
England
6.17 “Decent enough” New Wave

Jukebox picks: “My Old Man” (7.3) • “Plaistow Patricia” (7.0) • “Blackmail Man” (6.8)
TJR saysChock-full of character, the debut solo album from the 35-year-old rock poet arrived in September, 1977, immediately car...more →

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THE FANTASTIC LAUREL AITKEN
Laurel Aitken
Hebra Records LP-61 (1972)
Cuba
6.16 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Heile Heile (The Lion)” (9.4) • “Souls Of Africa” (7.5) • “Dallas Texas” (6.8)
TJR saysFor some reason, the set wasn’t released in Laurel’s home territory, and it was the little known Belgian label Hebra Rec...more →

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GP
Gram Parsons
Reprise Records MS-2123 (1973)
the USA
6.16 “Decent enough” Country

Jukebox picks: “That’s All It Took” (9.0) • “Streets Of Baltimore” (6.5) • “We’ll Sweep Out The Ashes In The Morning” (6.4)
TJR saysThe debut solo LP from the 26-year-old finally arrived in January ’73 after a lot of stop-start stalling since 1970. The...more →

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ROOTS REGGAE
Toots and The Maytals
Dynamic Sounds DY-3343 (1974)
Jamaica
6.16 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Time Tough” (7.4) • “In The Dark” (7.3) • “Revolution” (6.6)
TJR saysRecorded at Dynamic Studios in Kingston with Warwick Lyn, Neville Hinds and Carlton Lee on co-production duties. There’s...more →

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CALIPSOS
Lord Cobra con The Beachers
Tamayo LPT-1084 (1972)
Panama
6.15 “Decent enough” Caribbean

Jukebox picks: “Hindu” (8.3) • “La-La For You” (6.6) • “It Ain't No Fun to Me” (6.4)
TJR saysFrom the culturally diverse land of Panama comes Lord Cobra and his good-natured, highly danceable brand of calypso. He ...more →

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BACK IN THE USA
MC5
Atlantic SD-8247 (1970)
the USA
6.15 “Decent enough” Proto-Punk

Jukebox picks: “The American Ruse” (8.0) • “Looking At You” (7.6) • “Shakin’ Street” (7.4)
TJR saysSo I’ve now collected all three MC5 albums and my long-held view that they’re nowt special is confirmed; way too much bl...more →

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THE BELLS
Lou Reed
Arista AB-4229 (1979)
the USA
6.14 “Decent enough” Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “All Through The Night” (8.3) • “The Bells” (7.0) • “I Want To Boogie With You” (6.6)
TJR saysThe free spirited one co-wrote this with ex-Crazy-Horse Nils Lofgren and introduced experimental jazz trumpeter Don Cher...more →

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PURE MANIA
The Vibrators
Epic EPC-82097 (1977)
England
6.14 “Decent enough” Punk; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Baby Baby” (8.0) • “Whips & Furs” (6.9) • “I Need A Slave” (6.6)
TJR saysRock n roller lovers turned punks, London's Vibrators came into this one in good heart, having built great momentum in t...more →

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THESE FOOLISH THINGS
Bryan Ferry
Island Records ILPS-9249 (1973)
England
6.13 “Decent enough” Pop

Jukebox picks: “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” (10) • “These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)” (7.9) • “Don’t Worry Baby” (7.2)
TJR saysIn 1973, Bryan Ferry was giving James Brown a run for his money for the title of “the hardest working man in show-busi...more →

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THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD
David Bowie
Mercury SR-61325 (1970)
England
6.13 “Decent enough” Rock

Jukebox picks: “The Man Who Sold The World” (9.2) • “After All” (7.2) • “Saviour Machine” (6.6)
TJR saysThe ultimate pop chameleon turns rock for his third album, the Zep and the Sabbath now seemingly being the greatest thin...more →

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PAUL SIMON
Paul Simon
Columbia KC-30750 (1972)
the USA
6.13 “Decent enough” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard” (7.7) • “Paranoia Blues” (7.5) • “Mother And Child Reunion” (6.9)
TJR saysThe bromance with Art Garfunkel now seemingly at end, Paul Simon reverted back to writing and recording solo material, a...more →

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SOLID AIR
John Martyn
Island Records ILPS-9226 (1973)
England
6.13 “Decent enough” Jazz; Soft Rock / A.O.R.

Jukebox picks: “Over the Hill” (7.7) • “Go Down Easy” (7.4) • “Solid Air” (6.4)
TJR saysArriving in February ’73 was “Solid Air”, already the sixth new-music album from the classy 24-year-old songwriter. By a...more →

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DUCK STAB / BUSTER & GLEN
The Residents
Ralph Records RR-0278 (1978)
the USA
6.12 “Decent enough” Avant-Garde; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Hello Skinny” (7.3) • “The Electrocutioner” (7.2) • “Semolina” (6.9)
TJR saysThe fifth album from the determinedly anonymous art collective is regarded as one of their most accessible works; I can'...more →

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NOW
The Dubliners
RAM Records RMLP-1012 (1975)
Ireland
6.12 “Decent enough” Folk

Jukebox picks: “The Auld Triangle [album version ‘75]” (7.3) • “Farewell To Carlingford” (6.9) • “The Lark In The Morning” (6.9)
TJR saysDuring the middle of 1974, the Dubliners lost two of their five; Ciarán and Ronnie. Ciarán Bourke (tin whistler and guit...more →

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U
The Incredible String Band
Elektra 2665 001 (1970)
Scotland
6.11 “Decent enough” Alternative Folk; Folk

Jukebox picks: “Bad Sadie Lee” (9.1) • “I Know You” (8.4) • “El Wool Suite” (8.1)
TJR saysAll the best groups are a bit bonkers and Incredible String Band certainly fit into that category. As the 60s turned int...more →

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BLACK UNITY
Bobby Ellis and The Professionals meet The Revolutionaries
Third World TWS-921 (1977)
Jamaica
6.11 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Skanking Rockers” (8.2) • “Rocking Jamboree” (6.4) • “Hot Lava” (6.4)
TJR saysStudio One horn arranger and ace trumpeter Bobby Ellis is paired with legendary saxophonist Tommy McCook for the third t...more →

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BLUE VALENTINE
Tom Waits
Asylum Records 6E-162 (1978)
the USA
6.11 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Romeo Is Bleeding” (7.0) • “Wrong Side Of The Road” (6.6) • “Somewhere” (6.4)
TJR saysThe first Tom Waits album where Jazz doesn't emerge as the foremost genre. The story goes that part way through the sess...more →

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CLIFTON CHENIER AND HIS RED HOT LOUISIANA BAND
Clifton Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band
Arhoolie Records 1078 (1978)
the USA
6.10 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Tante Na Na” (8.4) • “Grand Prix” (7.2) • “Hungry Man Blues” (7.0)
TJR saysFine LP from the 53-year-old “King Of Zydeco”, produced by Chris Strachwitz and recorded on April 25th, 1977 at Sea-Sain...more →

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PHYSICAL GRAFFITI
Led Zeppelin
Swan Song SSK-89400 (1975)
England
6.09 “Decent enough” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Kashmir” (9.8) • “Black Country Woman” (7.7) • “Bron-Yr-Aur” (7.5)
TJR saysTheir tenure at Atlantic now at an end, “Physical Graffiti”, delivered in February ’75, was the first on their own label...more →

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BUMPS AND BRUISES
Joe Tex
Epic PE-34666 (1977)
the USA
6.09 “Decent enough” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)” (9.4) • “We Held On” (8.5) • “Jump Bad” (6.8)
TJR saysI’ve been a fan of Joe’s for a long, long time and some of the man’s 60s cuts are indelibly inked into my psyche; “I Bel...more →

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YOUNG, GIFTED AND BLACK
Aretha Franklin
Atlantic 7213 (1972)
the USA
6.08 “Decent enough” Soul Ballad; Soul

Jukebox picks: “All The Kings Horses” (9.7) • “(To Be) Young, Gifted And Black” (7.7) • “A Brand New Me” (6.6)
TJR saysTeam Aretha remain on good form in 1972. Jerry Wexler on production with The Memphis Horns and The Sweet Inspirations an...more →

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MOVIES
Holger Czukay
Harvest 1C-064-45-754 (1979)
Poland
6.08 “Decent enough” Prog

Jukebox picks: “Hollywood Symphony” (7.0) • “Persian Love” (6.9) • “Oh Lord Give Us More Money” (5.4)
TJR saysCan's co-founding bassist quit the group late in 1977, allowing himself time for a break and leaving himself free to exp...more →

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GO GIRL CRAZY!
The Dictators
Epic KE-33348 (1975)
the USA
6.08 “Decent enough” Punk

Jukebox picks: “California Sun” (7.0) • “Two Tub Man” (6.7) • “Master Race Rock” (6.6)
TJR saysThe snotty debut from these delinquents with attitude was only slightly spoiled by the vaguely cartoonish nature of thei...more →

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NASTY GAL
Betty Davis
Island Records ILPS-9329 (1975)
the USA
6.07 “Decent enough” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “F.U.N.K.” (8.2) • “Dedicated To The Press” (6.9) • “The Lone Ranger” (6.6)
TJR saysAnother solid album of hard-funk nastiness, only slightly hampered by the laws of diminishing returns. Album highlight “...more →

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WAVE
Patti Smith Group
Arista AB-4221 (1979)
the USA
6.06 “Decent enough” New Wave; Soft Rock / A.O.R.; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Seven Ways Of Going” (7.5) • “Wave” (6.6) • “So You Want To Be (A Rock ’n’ Roll Star)” (6.4)
TJR saysPatti's fourth is decent enough, although Todd Rundgren's production could do with a bit more grit and edge for my taste...more →

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ONE WORLD
John Martyn
Island Records ILPS-9492 (1977)
England
6.03 “Decent enough” Dubbeat; Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Couldn't Love You More” (8.2) • “Dancing” (7.8) • “Certain Surprise” (6.2)
TJR saysWith his ninth long-player the 29-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist underlined that affecting music wasn’t to be the ...more →

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STRANGE LOCOMOTION
Siren
Dandelion Records DAN-8001 (1971)
England
6.03 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Some Dark Day” (7.7) • “Soon” (7.4) • “Relaxing With Bonnie Lou” (6.5)
TJR saysArriving at the beginning of '71 was the second and final LP from the Peel favourites who lined up: Kevin Coyne (guitar,...more →

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PASS THE PIPE
Toots and The Maytals
Island Records ILPS-9534 (1979)
Jamaica
6.03 “Decent enough” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Feel Free” (7.2) • “Famine” (6.8) • “Inside, Outside” (6.2)
TJR saysWith “Monkey Man” getting a 2-Tone makeover in '79, the timing for a new Toots & The Maytals record was good, but it see...more →

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MEMPHIS UNLIMITED
O.V. Wright
Back Beat BLP-72 (1973)
the USA
6.03 “Decent enough” Soul; Soul Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Ghetto Child” (6.9) • “Lost In The Shuffle” (6.8) • “He’s My Son (Just The Same)” (6.7)
TJR saysAnother thoroughly decent set from the 33-year-old soul singer, just that little bit rougher and tougher – therefore bet...more →

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Tom Waits
Asylum Records 7E-1117 (1977)
the USA
6.02 “Decent enough” Jazz; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Potter’s Field” (8.3) • “Barber Shop” (6.9) • “A Sight For Sore Eyes” (6.2)
TJR saysThe fifth album in five years from the bad-ass Frank Sinatra arrived in September, 1977, nicely produced and engineered ...more →

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LIQUID ACROBAT AS REGARDS THE AIR
The Incredible String Band
Island Records ILPS-9172 (1971)
Scotland
6.02 “Decent enough” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Darling Belle” (7.2) • “Talking Of The End” (6.5) • “Here Till Here Is There” (6.4)
TJR saysArriving in October was the second LP of the year from the Incredible String Band. Having split with Mike, Rose Simpson ...more →

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BARRETT
Syd Barrett
Harvest SHSP-4007 (1970)
England
6.01 “Decent enough” Folk Rock / Americana; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “It Is Obvious” (7.8) • “Wined And Dined” (6.7) • “Wolfpack” (6.2)
TJR saysThe second and final Barret album arrived in quick succesion to the first. A good record, but the unfortunate reality is...more →

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DOING IT TO DEATH
The J.B.’s
People Records PE-5603 (1973)
the USA
5.99 “Average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Doing It To Death Parts 1 & 2” (9.4) • “You Can Have Watergate Just Gimme Some Bucks And I’ll Be Straight [album full length version]” (7.2) • “More Peas” (7.1)
TJR saysFor the second J.B.’s album the twelve funkateers extraordinaire were: James Brown (lead vocal); Darryl ‘Hasaan’ Jamison...more →

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BROKEN ENGLISH
Marianne Faithfull
Island Records M-1 (1979)
England
5.99 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Cerebral Pop; Dubbeat; Folk Rock / Americana; New Wave; Pop; Post-Punk; Soft Rock / A.O.R.

Jukebox picks: “Working Class Hero” (7.4) • “Why D'Ya Do It” (7.2) • “The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan” (6.3)
TJR saysThe sixth album from the 32-year-old singer-songwriter arrrived in November, 1979, and what an achievement it was, given...more →

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DOWN BY THE JETTY
Dr. Feelgood
United Artists UAS-29727 (1975)
England
5.99 “Average” Rock n Roll / Rockabilly

Jukebox picks: “That Ain't The Way To Behave” (7.4) • “Twenty Yards Behind” (7.1) • “I Don't Mind” (7.0)
TJR saysAfter more than 3 years of hard-slog ‘round the pub-circuit of the South East, things were beginning to happen for this ...more →

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HANDSWORTH REVOLUTION
Steel Pulse
Island Records ILPS-9502 (1978)
England
5.99 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Prediction” (6.9) • “Sound Check” (6.6) • “Soldiers” (6.3)
TJR saysThree years of hard work had led the Birmingham group to Island Records, who were seemingly hellbent on becoming a world...more →

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BUSH DOCTOR
Peter Tosh
Intel Diplo DSR-6923 (1978)
Jamaica
5.99 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Dem Ha Fe Get A Beatin’” (6.6) • “(You Gotta Walk) Don’t Look Back” (6.5) • “Bush Doctor” (6.5)
TJR saysA good move for Tosh business wise, his 4th solo album in 4 years was tied in with the Rolling Stones label, involved Ja...more →

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IN PERSON
Gregory Isaacs
Hit G.G. Stereo 004 (1974)
Jamaica
5.98 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Sweeter The Victory” (7.5) • “Love Overdue” (7.3) • “Financial Endorsement” (7.0)
TJR says“In Person” was the debut album from the 23-year-old, although he was already 6 years in the business by now, and drivin...more →

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THE FEEDING OF THE 5000
Crass
Small Wonder Records ‎WEENY-2 (1979)
England
5.97 “Average” Punk

Jukebox picks: “They’ve Got A Bomb” (8.0) • “Do They Owe Us A Living?” (7.7) • “Well?…Do They?” (7.6)
TJR saysCrass were just a name on the back of leather jackets – I was just too young to get them first time around – but I tend ...more →

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FUTURISTIC DRAGON
T. Rex
T. REX BLN-5004 (1976)
England
5.96 “Average” Pop; Rock

Jukebox picks: “New York City” (8.5) • “Jupiter Liar” (7.4) • “All Alone” (7.2)
TJR saysThe shifting line-ups continued on album #11 with only Marc Bolan (vocals, guitars, moog), Gloria Jones (backing vocals,...more →

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PIN UPS
David Bowie
RCA Victor RS-1003 (1973)
England
5.96 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Shapes Of Things” (7.2) • “See Emily Play” (6.8) • “Rosalyn” (6.7)
TJR saysArriving in October ’73, just six months after “Aladdin Sane”, was “Pin Ups”, David Bowie’s cover-versions album. Ever s...more →

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RED HEADED STRANGER
Willie Nelson
Columbia ‎KC-33482 (1975)
the USA
5.95 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Medley: Blue Rock Montana / Red Headed Stranger” (6.9) • “Red Headed Stranger” (6.8) • “Denver” (6.8)
TJR saysA major success for Willie, establishing him once and for all as a big player in his own right in the country field, and...more →

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COME BACK DARLING
Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations
Trojan Records TTL-29 (1970)
Jamaica
5.94 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Warrior [1970 version]” (7.9) • “Come Back Darling” (7.5) • “Fish Mouth (He Who Keepth His Mouth)” (6.2)
TJR saysJohnny Osbourne's first LP was recorded when he was in early 20s, just before he emigrated to Canada. Producer Winston R...more →

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GAG A MAGGOT
Swamp Dogg
Stone Dogg SD-3001 (1973)
the USA
5.94 “Average” Soul

Jukebox picks: “Please Let Me Kiss You Goodbye” (7.8) • “Mighty Mighty Dollar Bill” (7.1) • “Plastered To The Wall (Higher Than The Ceiling)” (6.9)
TJR says“Gag A Maggot” is the fourth album in four years from the prolific soul maverick, now on his own label, Stone Dogg Recor...more →

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THE BRAND NEW Z.Z. HILL
Z.Z. Hill
Mankind 201 (1971)
the USA
5.94 “Average” Soul; Soul Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Faithful And True” (7.3) • “Second Chance” (6.5) • “Choking Kind” (6.5)
TJR saysArriving in October, 1971, “The Brand New Z.Z. Hill” was the second full-length from the 36-year-old soul man, now recor...more →

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ASWAD
Aswad
Island Records ILPS-9399 (1976)
England
5.94 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Back To Africa” (7.1) • “Concrete Slaveship” (6.6) • “I A Rebel Soul” (6.4)
TJR saysFine debut from the London roots-rockers, very much in the vein of The Wailers. The core line up was: Brinsley 'Chaka B'...more →

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DIAMOND DOGS
Bowie
RCA Victor APL1-0576 (1974)
England
5.93 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Rebel Rebel” (8.9) • “Diamond Dogs” (7.1) • “Candidate” (6.1)
TJR saysSo now you're half man half dog? Er, right you are then. By this stage, it seems to me that Bowie is obsessed by larger ...more →

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ERIC BURDON DECLARES WAR
Eric Burdon and War
MGM Records ‎SE-4663 (1970)
England
5.93 “Average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Tobacco Road : I Have A Dream” (8.7) • “The Vision Of Rassan : Roll On Kirk” (7.0) • “The Vision Of Rassan : Dedication” (6.7)
TJR saysThe first post-post Animals album, and the first of two to be created with War. The concept was simple and engaging and,...more →

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UNREQUITED
Loudon Wainwright III
Columbia PC-33369 (1975)
the USA
5.92 “Average” Alternative Folk; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “The Untitled [live ’74]” (7.9) • “Rufus Is A Tit Man [live ’74]” (7.8) • “Mr. Guilty [live ’74]” (7.0)
TJR saysSpeaking of that memorable cover shot, Loudon says: “The big picture of me on the front cover of the album with the te...more →

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BLACK SABBATH
Black Sabbath
Vertigo VO-6 (1970)
England
5.91 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Black Sabbath” (7.7) • “N.I.B.” (6.4) • “The Wizard” (6.3)
TJR saysThe landmark debut album from the likeable Birmingham Four has been cited as a pioneer for heavy metal, stoner rock, doo...more →

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FATS
Fats Domino
Reprise Records RS-6439 (1971)
the USA
5.90 “Average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Soul

Jukebox picks: “I’m Going To Cross That River” (7.6) • “These Old Shoes” (6.7) • “Lawdy Miss Clawdy” (6.4)
TJR saysRecorded in 1970 and produced by Dave Bartholomew. 2 reworkings onboard - “Wait Till It Happens To You” (Fats Is Bac...more →

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TONY JOE WHITE
Tony Joe White
Warner Bros. Records WS 1900 (1971)
the USA
5.90 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “I Just Walked Away” (7.5) • “Five Summers For Jimmy” (7.3) • “A Night In The Life Of A Swamp Fox” (6.4)
TJR saysHis stint at Monument now over, Tony Joe White signed with Warner Bros. in an attempt to propel his status further upwar...more →

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THE RAVEN
The Stranglers
United Artists Records UAG-30262 (1979)
England
5.90 “Average” Post-Punk; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Duchess” (7.2) • “Don’t Bring Harry” (6.7) • “Genetix” (6.2)
TJR saysDespite recent solo LPs from both Cornwell and Burnel, the Stranglers still managed to deliver their fourth LP in Septem...more →

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ANOTHER GREEN WORLD
Eno
Island Records ILPS-9351 (1975)
England
5.89 “Average” Electronica; Ambient; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Everything Merges With The Night” (7.7) • “The Big Ship” (7.4) • “Golden Hours” (7.2)
TJR saysOnce again, “Another Green World” seen the bold Mr Eno enter the studio with no pre-conceptions, no fore-planning, bar t...more →

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BLACK CAESAR
James Brown
Polydor PD-6014 (1973)
the USA
5.89 “Average” Disco / Funk; Film Score / Incidental

Jukebox picks: “Mama Feelgood” (7.5) • “Down And Out In New York City” (7.4) • “The Boss” (6.7)
TJR saysHaving witnessed some of the success achieved by the likes of Isaac Hayes, Curtis Mayfield and Bobby Womack, Team JB div...more →

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SHE USED TO WANNA BE A BALLERINA
Buffy Saint-Marie
Vanguard VSD-79311 (1971)
Canada
5.88 “Average” Songwriter; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Song Of The French Partisan” (7.8) • “Helpless” (6.8) • “Soldier Blue” (6.5)
TJR saysThe experimental goth-folk tones of the preceding “Illuminations” had not sold well, and Buffy was under label pressure ...more →

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THE KÖLN CONCERT
Keith Jarrett
ECM Records ECM-1064/1065 (1975)
the USA
5.88 “Average” Contemporary Classical; Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Köln, January 24, 1975 Part I” (7.2) • “Köln, January 24, 1975 Part II a” (6.8) • “Köln, January 24, 1975 Part II b” (5.5)
TJR saysAn absorbing 66 minutes from one man and a piano, with occasional moans and grunts in all the right places, resulting in...more →

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CRY TUFF DUB ENCOUNTER PART 2
Prince Far I
Front Line FLX-4002 (1979)
Jamaica
5.88 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Gongola Dub” (7.2) • “Suru-Lere Dub” (6.7) • “Ogun Dub” (6.2)
TJR saysFar I in dub once again, this time with Prince Jammy engineering the desk. Unlike the first chapter, almost all material...more →

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ALL I HAVE IS LOVE
Gregory Isaacs
Micron Music Limited (1976)
Jamaica
5.87 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Help Us Get Over” (8.6) • “All I Have Is Love [single version '75]” (6.3) • “Sinner Man” (6.2)
TJR saysI’ve witnessed first hand the adoration for the cool ruler in his homeland and it’s not difficult to understand just why...more →

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NEW SONGS FROM THE BRIARPATCH
Tom Paxton
Vanguard (1977)
the USA
5.87 “Average” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Mister Blue / White Bones Of Allende [live]” (8.4) • “Bring Back The Chair [live]” (7.5) • “Born On The Fourth Of July [live]” (7.3)
TJR saysVery much a homecoming album for the 39-year-old globe-trotting wanderer who had spent three or four years mainly based ...more →

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AQUALUNG
Jethro Tull
Island Records ILPS-9145 (1971)
England
5.86 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Wond'ring Aloud” (7.9) • “Mother Goose” (6.7) • “Cheap Day Return” (6.2)
TJR saysTheir fourth long-player “Aqualung” was released in March, 1971. Considering the acclaim, their reputation for being ove...more →

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SAN FRANCISCO DUES
Chuck Berry
Chess ‎CH-50008 (1971)
the USA
5.86 “Average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Rock n Roll / Rockabilly

Jukebox picks: “Lonely School Days [1966 version]” (6.5) • “Oh Louisiana” (6.4) • “Let’s Do Our Thing Together” (6.2)
TJR saysNot too bad, but not too great either. Another kinda predictable set of “Chuck by numbers”, all penned by the man himsel...more →

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BRUISED ORANGE
John Prine
Asylum Records 6E-139 (1978)
the USA
5.85 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone” (8.2) • “Crooked Piece Of Time” (6.4) • “The Hobo Song” (6.4)
TJR saysDisillusioned with Atlantic, the 31-year-old singer-songwriter jumped ship to Asylum Records and, after a lot of wasted ...more →

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HELLO, I’M JOHNNY CASH
Johnny Cash
Columbia KCS-9943 (1970)
the USA
5.85 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “To Beat The Devil” (7.6) • “Devil To Pay” (7.3) • “Route No. 1, Box 144” (6.6)
TJR saysFirst foot into the 1970s for JC… and what a great title for an album. Surprised he hasn’t used it ’til now, what with...more →

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WANDA JACKSON COUNTRY
Wanda Jackson
Capitol ST-434 (1970)
the USA
5.85 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Everything’s Leaving” (7.6) • “The Hunter” (7.0) • “By The Time You Get To Phoenix” (6.4)
TJR saysA strong set by recent standards, her best since “Blues In My Heart” 5 years earlier....more →

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JUST IN TIME
Justin Hines and The Dominoes
Mango ‎MLPS-9532 (1978)
Jamaica
5.84 “Average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Positive Way” (6.7) • “Let Jah Arise” (6.2) • “Help Your Falling Brother” (6.1)
TJR saysThe second long-player from the Rastafarian convert, once again produced by Jack Ruby with a pucker cast, the busy studi...more →

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JESUS OF COOL
Nick Lowe
Radar Records RAD-1 (1978)
England
5.83 “Average” Pop; New Wave

Jukebox picks: “I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass” (7.8) • “So It Goes” (7.2) • “Marie Provost” (6.7)
TJR saysDebut album from the 28-year-old singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist, taking some timeout as the bassist with Rockpi...more →

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ONE NATION UNDER A GROOVE
Funkadelic
Warner Bros. Records BSK-3209 (1978)
the USA
5.82 “Average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “One Nation Under A Groove” (8.4) • “Who Says A Funk Band Can’t Play Rock?!” (6.5) • “Groovallegiance” (6.2)
TJR saysTheir most celebrated work, critically and commercially, arrived in September '78. “Let's dance our way to freedom” is t...more →

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PUSSY CATS
Harry Nilsson
RCA Victor CPL1-0570 (1974)
the USA
5.82 “Average” Pop; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Old Forgotten Soldier” (6.8) • “Save The Last Dance For Me” (6.6) • “Don’t Forget Me” (6.4)
TJR says“Nilsson Schmilsson” got all the acclaim for Nilsson in the 1970s, but “Pussy Cats” is way cooler, albeit never too ...more →

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OSMIUM
Parliament
Invictus ST-7302 (1970)
the USA
5.81 “Average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Oh Lord, Why Lord / Prayer” (9.2) • “Little Ole Country Boy” (7.9) • “Moonshine Heather” (6.6)
TJR saysDebut album from the expansive psychedelic funk collective, a loose cast twelve to fifteen strong, depending on whose co...more →

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SALLY CAN’T DANCE
Lou Reed
RCA Victor CPL1-0611 (1974)
the USA
5.80 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Kill Your Sons” (8.7) • “Billy” (6.6) • “Ride Sally Ride” (6.0)
TJR saysGood grief – Lou Reed plays soft-rockers? All trust between us is blown 4ever. But wait a minute – Top 10 in the U.S. po...more →

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JOHN LENNON / PLASTIC ONO BAND
John Lennon
Apple Records PCS-7124 (1970)
England
5.79 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Working Class Hero” (10) • “God” (6.5) • “Isolation” (6.2)
TJR saysArriving just in time for Christmas 1970 was the 4th long player from the 30-year-old singer-songwriter, his first pro...more →

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PIECES OF A MAN
Gil Scott-Heron
Flying Dutchman FD-10143 (1971)
the USA
5.79 “Average” Jazz; Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised [album version ’71]” (9.9) • “Home Is Where The Hatred Is [original album version]” (7.0) • “When You Are Who You Are” (6.5)
TJR saysHad I been there at the time, after the hard-hitting rap debut I'd have been kinda hoping that Scott-Heron might have de...more →

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MOTÖRHEAD
Motörhead
Chiswick Records WIK-2 (1977)
England
5.76 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Motörhead” (7.5) • “Train Kept A Rollin’” (7.1) • “Lost Johnny” (6.6)
TJR saysFollowing an aborted attempt a couple of years earlier, Motörhead finally emerged with a debut album right in the middle...more →

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OBSCURE ALTERNATIVES
Japan
Ariola Hansa AHAL-8007 (1978)
England
5.76 “Average” New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Obscure Alternatives” (7.0) • “The Tenant” (6.8) • “Suburban Berlin” (6.4)
TJR saysThey stick with the German Ariola Hansa label for this October '78 release and prove to all and sundry what a difference...more →

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TUPELO HONEY
Van Morrison
Warner Bros. Records WS-1950 (1971)
Northern Ireland
5.76 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Country

Jukebox picks: “(Straight To Your Heart) Like A Cannonball” (6.7) • “Starting A New Life” (6.7) • “Wild Night” (6.6)
TJR saysA Top 30 album in the States, but a bit of a flop in Britain and Europe where it failed to chart; deemed too American pe...more →

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LANDED
Can
EMI Electrola 1C 062-29 600 (1975)
Germany
5.75 “Average” New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Half Past One” (8.0) • “Full Moon On The Highway” (6.6) • “Red Hot Indians” (6.1)
TJR saysMore conventional than their preceding works, “Landed” can be viewed as the first Can album to look backwards; a confusi...more →

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SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH
Black Sabbath
WWA Records WWA-005 (1973)
England
5.75 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” (7.0) • “A National Acrobat” (6.2) • “Fluff” (6.0)
TJR saysThe album kicks off with “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” and I’m immediately pleased about the return of the great, heavy riffs...more →

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LINK WRAY
Link Wray
Polydor 24-4064 (1971)
the USA
5.75 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Soul

Jukebox picks: “Rise And Fall Of Jimmy Stokes” (6.9) • “Fallin' Rain” (6.7) • “Juke Box Mama” (6.6)
TJR saysLink's self-titled released of '71 is probably best described as a homemade bluesy brand of southern rock, recorded in h...more →

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EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY
Rod Stewart
Mercury 7142 042 (1971)
England
5.74 “Average” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Mandolin Wind” (7.2) • “Seems Like A Long Time” (6.4) • “Maggie May” (6.1)
TJR saysMassive album for the 26-year-old AOR star, number one on both sides of the Atlantic, regarded as his pièce de résistanc...more →

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SELDA 4
Selda
Türküola (Germany) Cassette 475 (1975)
Turkey
5.73 “Average” Folk; Folk Rock / Americana; Middle Eastern; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Bad-I Sabah” (8.6) • “Mehmet Emmi” (7.3) • “Yaylalar” (6.8)
TJR saysIt’s exceedingly difficult to get a good grasp of Selda Bağcan’s complete discography – I spent a long-time having a go,...more →

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TOM PAXTON 6
Tom Paxton
Elektra EKS-74066 (1970)
the USA
5.72 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Jimmy Newman [original 1970 version]” (9.4) • “Annie’s Going To Sing Her Song” (7.4) • “Cindy’s Cryin’” (7.0)
TJR saysThe sixth album from the 36-year-old Chicagoan, a bit of a hit and a miss for me, but with some great stuff to commend i...more →

see also: (B-list) Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s



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