Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s (part 5)

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Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s (part 5)
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AFTER THE GOLD RUSH
Neil Young
Reprise Records RS-6383 (1970)
Canada
5.72 “Average” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “After The Gold Rush” (7.7) • “Tell Me Why” (6.9) • “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” (6.7)
TJR saysNice to have Neil Young back in focus after his 'orrible but successful dalliance with Crosby, Stills and Nash. Starts s...more →

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ANANDA SHANKAR
Ananda Shankar
Reprise Records RS-6398 (1970)
India
5.71 “Average” Desi

Jukebox picks: “Sagar (The Ocean)” (7.7) • “Dance Indra” (7.3) • “Metamorphosis” (6.5)
TJR saysSagar (The Ocean)” is, for me, the highlight track from the 27-year-old's acclaimed debut set. The piece builds slo...more →

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PHAEDRA
Tangerine Dream
Virgin V-2010 (1974)
Germany
5.70 “Average” Ambient

Jukebox picks: “Phaedra” (7.1) • “Movements of a Visionary” (5.6) • “Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares” (5.1)
TJR saysWith the preceding LP “Atem” having been named “album of the year” by John Peel, the hipsters were all ears for Tangerin...more →

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EXCITABLE BOY
Warren Zevon
Asylum Records 6E-118 (1978)
the USA
5.69 “Average” Soft Rock / A.O.R.

Jukebox picks: “Werewolves Of London” (10) • “Excitable Boy” (6.6) • “Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner” (6.2)
TJR saysThe third album from the 30-year-old wry-rocker gave him his only Top 10 success on the album front, and his only Top 40...more →

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DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN
Bruce Springsteen
Columbia JC-35318 (1978)
the USA
5.69 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Factory” (7.7) • “Candy's Room” (6.6) • “Darkness On The Edge Of Town” (6.1)
TJR saysShockingly, legal wrangles delayed Springsteen's follow up to “Born To Run” for almost three whole years, but the highly...more →

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COURT AND SPARK
Joni Mitchell
Asylum Records 7E-1001 (1974)
Canada
5.69 “Average” Soft Rock / A.O.R.; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Raised On Robbery” (6.9) • “Twisted” (6.5) • “Help Me” (6.1)
TJR says“Court and Spark”, issued in January ’74, proved to be Joni’s most successful album; not only was it critically acclaime...more →

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LET THE BOSSMAN SPEAK
Jimmy Reed
Blues On Blues BOB-10001 (1971)
the USA
5.69 “Average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Help Me At Dinnertime” (6.8) • “Bright Lights, Big City [1971 version]” (6.6) • “Cold Chills” (6.4)
TJR saysJimmy's second LP of the 70s was issued on his old pal Al Smith's new label, Blues on Blues. By this stage, the 45-year-...more →

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OOH LA LA
Faces
Warner Bros. Records K-56011 (1973)
England
5.68 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Cindy Incidentally” (8.3) • “My Fault” (7.0) • “Ooh La La” (6.1)
TJR saysThe final Faces album was released in the springtime of 1973 to a backdrop of group tensions – it’s reported that Rod St...more →

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THREE IMAGINARY BOYS
The Cure
Fiction Records FIX-1 (1979)
England
5.68 “Average” Post-Punk

Jukebox picks: “10.15 Saturday Night” (7.7) • “Accuracy” (6.7) • “Subway Song” (6.1)
TJR saysThe demo to “10:15 Saturday Night” had caught Chris Parry’s attention in 1978 and led him to sign the band to his ne...more →

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JOAN ARMATRADING
Joan Armatrading
A&M Records SP-4588 (1976)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
5.67 “Average” Cerebral Pop; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Love And Affection” (9.2) • “Down To Zero” (7.4) • “Somebody Who Loves You” (5.5)
TJR saysBreakthrough LP from the 25-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist, with experienced producer Glyn Johns (Steve Miller, Th...more →

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ARROW STRIKES AGAIN
Arrow
Arrow Records LPS-007 (1973)
Montserrat
5.65 “Average” Caribbean

Jukebox picks: “Please Mr. Police” (6.3) • “Enjoy Yourself” (6.0) • “The Caribbean And The World” (5.9)
TJR saysEnjoyable enough second album from the 23-year-old Calypsonian, Alphonsus Cassell, who come to be known as the first sup...more →

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CATCH BULL AT FOUR
Cat Stevens
Island Records ILPS-9206 (1972)
England
5.64 “Average” Songwriter; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Angelsea” (7.1) • “Can’t Keep It In” (6.9) • “The Boy With A Moon And Star On His Head” (6.4)
TJR saysI always hesitate to dive in for the full embrace - a bit too soft at times - but I've found him to consistently have so...more →

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DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD
T. Rex
T. REX BLN-5005 (1977)
England
5.64 “Average” Pop; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Jason B. Sad” (6.7) • “Soul Of My Suit” (6.5) • “Hang Ups” (6.2)
TJR saysThe twelfth, and final, LP from T. Rex arrived in March, 1977, and, with it, Bolan kept his decent record intact, never ...more →

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GASOLINE ALLEY
Rod Stewart
Vertigo 6360 500 (1970)
England
5.63 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Only A Hobo” (7.5) • “Gasoline Alley” (6.8) • “Jo's Lament” (6.2)
TJR saysCredible second set from the 25-year-old rocker, still working with some of his Faces mates....more →

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THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE AMERICA TODAY
Curtis Mayfield
Curtom CU-5001 (1975)
the USA
5.63 “Average” R n B

Jukebox picks: “Billy Jack” (7.4) • “Hard Times” (6.3) • “When Seasons Change” (5.5)
TJR saysWhat a cracking album cover! It was based on a famous photograph by Margaret Bourke-White and published in Life Magazine...more →

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BE GLAD FOR THE SONG HAS NO ENDING
The Incredible String Band
Island Records ILPS-9140 (1971)
Scotland
5.63 “Average” Folk

Jukebox picks: “All Writ Down” (7.4) • “Waiting For You” (6.1) • “The Song Has No Ending, Pts. 1-9” (5.4)
TJR saysThey line up: Robin Williamson (bass, claves, fiddle, finger cymbals, gimbri, guitar, keyboard, mandolin, piano, sarangu...more →

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MBAANA
Ouza et Les 4 Femmes Dans Le Vent
Disques Griot GR-7605 (1977)
Senegal
5.63 “Average” Africana

Jukebox picks: “Duuga” (6.7) • “Pompiéé” (6.2) • “Mbaana” (5.9)
TJR saysAt this time, the Dakar-born multi-instrumentalist Ousmane Diallo is around 30-years-old. Newly formed by the bandleader...more →

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WE HAVE MET TOGETHER
Mick Moloney
Transatlantic Records TRA-263 (1973)
Ireland
5.62 “Average” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Belfast Town (Medley)” (9.2) • “Vi Skei Ikkje Sova Burt Sumar Natta” (6.8) • “Farewell To The Rhondda” (6.6)
TJR saysFormer Johnstones player with his solo debut....more →

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SLAUGHTER’S BIG RIP-OFF
James Brown
Polydor PD-6015 (1973)
the USA
5.62 “Average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Slaughter Theme” (6.9) • “Brother Rap” (6.6) • “Sexy, Sexy, Sexy” (6.5)
TJR saysJames Brown’s second Blaxploitation film soundtrack - and both in 1973. His was a busy crew. Bandleader Fred Wesley crea...more →

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TEASER AND THE FIRECAT
Cat Stevens
Island Records ILPS-9154 (1971)
England
5.62 “Average” Folk; Folk Rock / Americana; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Changes IV” (6.8) • “Moonshadow” (6.5) • “Tuesday’s Dead” (6.4)
TJR saysA consistently likeable singer-songwriter, even if he sometimes veers towards the drippy a la “Morning Has Broken”. ...more →

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COOL BREEZE
Solomon Burke
MGM Records 1SE-35ST (1972)
the USA
5.61 “Average” Disco / Funk; Soul Ballad

Jukebox picks: “The Bus” (7.0) • “Icbyatht W.T.” (6.7) • “PSR 1983” (6.1)
TJR saysThe 2nd of 3 albums for MGM. 1 back album track makes a re-appearance - “PSR 1983” (Electronic Magnetism, 1971). Despite...more →

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FREE WILL
Gil Scott-Heron
Flying Dutchman FD-10153 (1972)
the USA
5.59 “Average” Hip Hop / Rap; Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Ain’t No New Thing” (8.7) • “The King Alfred Plan” (6.7) • “No Knock” (6.5)
TJR saysAn album of two distinct halves; the jazz-centric side one (4.70) carrying on where last years “Pieces Of A Man” left of...more →

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IN YOUR MIND
Bryan Ferry
Polydor 2302-055 (1977)
England
5.59 “Average” Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Tokyo Joe” (6.8) • “This Is Tomorrow” (6.7) • “In Your Mind” (5.8)
TJR saysBy this stage, Roxy Music were two years into their post-Siren hiatus, and Bryan Ferry pressed on with his busy solo car...more →

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GO 2
XTC
Virgin V-2108 (1978)
England
5.57 “Average” New Wave; Dubbeat

Jukebox picks: “Meccanik Dancing (Oh We Go!)” (6.8) • “Battery Brides (Andy Paints Brian)” (6.7) • “Life Is Good In The Greenhouse” (6.1)
TJR saysTheir second album - and their second of 1978 - arrived in October, fronted by a wonderfully sarcastic mini-essay on the...more →

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TANX
T. Rex
T. REX BLN-5002 (1973)
England
5.56 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Left Hand Luke And The Beggar Boys” (6.9) • “Electric Slim And The Factory Hen” (6.2) • “Mad Donna” (6.0)
TJR saysMuch of the idiosyncratic T. Rex magic is diluted on “Tanx” as Bolan embraces a bit of American rock, soul and funk in s...more →

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PACIFIC OCEAN BLUE
Dennis Wilson
Caribou Records PZ-34354 (1977)
the USA
5.56 “Average” Pop Ballad; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Farewell My Friend” (8.7) • “Thoughts Of You” (7.9) • “Time” (6.7)
TJR saysThere’s some lame to average soft rockers on Dennis’ acclaimed solo LP, but so too there are some shimmering nuggets lur...more →

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TWELVE DREAMS OF DR. SARDONICUS
Spirit
Epic E-30267 (1970)
the USA
5.56 “Average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Prelude – Nothin' to Hide” (7.2) • “Morning Will Come” (7.0) • “Life Has Just Begun” (6.3)
TJR saysFourth album from the psychedelic rockers from Los Angeles, more than decent in places. They lined up: Jay Ferguson (voc...more →

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CHUCK BERRY
Chuck Berry
Chess CH-60032 (1975)
the USA
5.55 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Rock n Roll / Rockabilly

Jukebox picks: “Baby, What You Want Me To Do” (7.3) • “Don’t You Lie To Me” (6.4) • “Sue Answer” (6.0)
TJR saysThe all-important 17th album must be eponymously titled. Also, it must be the one which contains the most cover versions...more →

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AUTOMAT
Automat
EMI 3C-064-18323 (1978)
Italy
5.55 “Average” Electronica

Jukebox picks: “Mecadence” (6.2) • “Ultraviolet” (5.5) • “Droid” (5.3)
TJR saysItalian composer Romano Musumarra was keen to get a pioneering album of electronica out into the marketplace, and with t...more →

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WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
United Artists Records UAS-9801 (1972)
the USA
5.53 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Wildwood Flower” (8.4) • “Keep On The Sunny Side” (8.3) • “I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes” (6.9)
TJR saysTheir sixth album, “Will The Circle Be Unbroken”, was released in October, 1972. It was a very interesting affair which ...more →

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DEATH OF A LADIES MAN
Leonard Cohen
Warner Bros. Records BS-3125 (1977)
Canada
5.53 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “I Left A Woman Waiting” (8.0) • “Don’t Go Home With Your Hard On” (7.0) • “True Love Leaves No Traces” (6.8)
TJR saysAnd so it came to pass that, in 1977, the magical spell of non-stop Leonard Cohen excellence was finally broken. In a mo...more →

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WHITE LIGHT
Gene Clark
A&M Records SP-4292 (1971)
the USA
5.53 “Average” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “For A Spanish Guitar” (7.8) • “Where My Love Lies Asleep” (6.9) • “The Virgin” (6.8)
TJR saysFourth album from the 26-year-old former Byrd, critically acclaimed in the country rock / folk rock realms, although it ...more →

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BAVON MARIE MARIE ACCOMPAGNE PAR JULES CELESTIN AND L’ORCHESTRE VOX-ACTION
Bavon Marie Marie accompagne par Jules Celestin and L’orchestre Vox-Action
Ngoma J-33-012 (1971)
the D.R. Congo
5.53 “Average” Africana

Jukebox picks: “Ba Famille Bakoti” (7.6) • “Succes Ya Ba Ndombe” (6.6) • “Sala Lokola Mobali” (6.4)
TJR saysThe younger brother of Franco Luambo Makiadi, one of Africa’s greatest musical icons, Bavon Luambo Siongo (more commonly...more →

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ATEM
Tangerine Dream
Ohr OMM-556-031 (1973)
Germany
5.53 “Average” Ambient

Jukebox picks: “Wahn” (6.2) • “Atem” (6.1) • “Circulation of Events” (5.0)
TJR saysFourth album from the West Berlin electronic trio who lined-up: Edgar Froese (mellotron, organ, guitar, voice), Peter Ba...more →

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BACK HOME
Chuck Berry
Chess ‎LPS-1550 (1970)
the USA
5.53 “Average” Rock n Roll / Rockabilly; Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Have Mercy Judge” (6.0) • “I’m A Rocker” (5.9) • “Instrumental” (5.8)
TJR saysAfter several years with Mercury Records, Chuck Berry returned “Back Home” to Chess Records in November 1969, re-united ...more →

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SECOND HAND DAYLIGHT
Magazine
Virgin V-2121 (1979)
England
5.52 “Average” New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Rhythm Of Cruelty” (6.4) • “Permafrost” (6.2) • “Talk To The Body” (5.7)
TJR saysIn the nine months since their debut, departing drummer Martin Jackson had been replaced, and the Manchester five-piece ...more →

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TONY JOE
Tony Joe White
Monument SLP-18142 (1970)
the USA
5.51 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Stockholm Blues” (7.0) • “Widow Wimberly” (6.7) • “Boom Boom” (6.4)
TJR saysHis third album was once again recorded in Nashville and Memphis and he maintains the decent standards set in his previo...more →

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ELECTRONIC MAGNETISM
Solomon Burke
MGM Records SE-4767 (1971)
the USA
5.50 “Average” Soul; Soul Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Bridge Of Life” (8.4) • “Together We’ll Light Up The World” (8.2) • “PSR 1983” (6.1)
TJR saysThe 1st of 3 albums for MGM. 2 back album tracks get a reworking - “You Can Run But You Can’t Hide” and “No Man Wa...more →

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THE KILFENORA CÉILÍ BAND [1974]
The Kilfenora Céilí Band
Pickwick Records HPE-609 (1974)
Ireland
5.50 “Average” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Coming Back To Miltown” (6.4) • “Double Jigs Medley - The Gold Ring / The Lucky Penny” (6.2) • “Belfast Town” (6.2)
TJR saysA fine set of traditional jigs and reels from the 65-year-old band, best of which are the Double Jigs Medley “The Gold...more →

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IN ROCK
Deep Purple
Harvest SHVL-777 (1970)
England
5.49 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Hard Lovin' Man” (6.5) • “Child In Time” (6.4) • “Speed King” (5.6)
TJR saysThe fourth album from the Hertfordshire 5-piece, featuring a new vocalist and bassist, as they seek (and succeed) to roc...more →

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THIS HEAT
This Heat
Piano THIS-1 (1979)
England
5.48 “Below average” Avant-Garde

Jukebox picks: “Horizontal Hold” (8.5) • “Twilight Furniture” (8.3) • “24 Track Loop” (8.1)
TJR saysOn their September '79 debut this highly experimental group of multi-instrumentalists from London line-up: Charles Bulle...more →

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MOTT
Mott The Hoople
CBS S-69038 (1973)
England
5.48 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “I Wish I Was Your Mother” (7.7) • “All The Way From Memphis” (6.0) • “Drivin’ Sister” (5.9)
TJR saysSixth album from the Hertfordhsire glam-rockers, one of the best of the dubious genre, even if they do ham it up a bit t...more →

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THE KICK INSIDE
Kate Bush
EMI EMC-3223 (1978)
England
5.48 “Below average” Songwriter; Cerebral Pop; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “The Man With The Child In His Eyes” (7.3) • “Wuthering Heights” (7.0) • “The Kick Inside” (6.6)
TJR saysDebut album from the piano playing 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Kent, 8 years after she started writing songs. Wha...more →

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EAST OF THE RIVER NILE
Augustus Pablo
Message DSR-7108 (1978)
Jamaica
5.47 “Below average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Natural Way” (6.8) • “East Of The River Nile” (6.2) • “Chant To King Selassie I” (6.0)
TJR says2 years passed before Pablo delivered the follow-up to “King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown”, in the meantime he was occupi...more →

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COOL FOR CATS
Squeeze
A&M Records AMLH-68503 (1979)
England
5.46 “Below average” New Wave; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Up The Junction” (10) • “Cool For Cats” (9.4) • “Slap And Tickle” (8.2)
TJR says13 months on from their debut, the London five continue to frustrate on their second long-player, delivered in April '79...more →

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GRIEVOUS ANGEL
Gram Parsons
Reprise Records MS-2171 (1974)
the USA
5.46 “Below average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Brass Buttons” (7.5) • “Love Hurts” (6.5) • “Return Of The Grievous Angel” (6.4)
TJR saysThe final chapter of Gram’s Parsons self-proclaimed “Cosmic American Music” was delivered in January 1974 in very sa...more →

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BIO
Chuck Berry
Chess CH-50043 (1973)
the USA
5.46 “Below average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Bio” (7.0) • “Talkin’ About My Buddy” (6.4) • “Aimlessly Driftin’” (5.6)
TJR saysBacked by Stan Bronstein and Rick Frank’s band “Elephant’s Memory” (who had famously served as Lennon/Ono’s “Plastic” ba...more →

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MAGGOT BRAIN
Funkadelic
Westbound Records WB-2007 (1971)
the USA
5.46 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Maggot Brain” (7.0) • “Wars of Armageddon” (6.1) • “Hit It and Quit It” (5.9)
TJR saysNicely crafted album from the cultish psychedelic rock groovers, if a bit dull in the middle. Ten minute opener “Maggo...more →

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PERCY
The Kinks
Pye Records NSPL-18365 (1971)
England
5.45 “Below average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Cerebral Pop; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Dreams” (8.9) • “Completely” (6.4) • “Moments” (6.2)
TJR saysThe soundtrack album for the 1971 British comedy film based on a novel of the same name by Raymond Hitchcock. Plot: “E...more →

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UNLIMITED
Jimmy Cliff
Reprise Records MS-2147 (1973)
Jamaica
5.45 “Below average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Poor Slave” (7.0) • “Fundamental Reggae” (7.0) • “Under The Sun, Moon And Stars” (6.9)
TJR saysFully self-written fifth album from the Jamaican, recorded at Dynamic Sounds in Kingston. Blows hot and cold, despite fe...more →

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BOMBER
Motörhead
Bronze BRON-523 (1979)
England
5.45 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Poison” (6.3) • “Step Down” (6.1) • “All The Aces” (5.8)
TJR saysArriving in October '79 was the second album of the year from the re-energized group, just 7 months after “Overkill”. It...more →

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LET IT BE
The Beatles
Apple Records PXS-1 (1970)
England
5.44 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Get Back” (7.1) • “For You Blue” (6.8) • “Two Of Us” (6.6)
TJR saysMost of “Let It Be” was recorded in January 1969, before the recording and release of the album “Abbey Road”. Unhappy wi...more →

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OU EST LA MAISON DE FROMAGE?
John Cooper Clarke
Rabid Records NOZE-1 (1978)
England
5.43 “Below average” Poetry

Jukebox picks: “(I Married A) Monster From Outer Space [live]” (7.5) • “Film Extra’s Extra [live]” (7.0) • “Nothing [live]” (7.0)
TJR saysThe debut album from the 29-year-old John Cooper-Clarke aka the Bard of Salford aka the Punk Poet. The posh double-barre...more →

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TOMORROW’S WEDDING
Intuthuko Brothers featuring Hensford Mthembu
Skyline Marabi SK-80163 (1974)
South Africa
5.43 “Below average” Africana; Pop

Jukebox picks: “First Stop Durban” (7.4) • “Is’Gul’Egoli” (6.9) • “Ematimatolo” (6.8)
TJR saysThis group had started as Abafana Bentuthuko in the mid-60s and by now had now begun to trade as Intuthuko Brothers. Lon...more →

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STARE WITH YOUR EARS
Ken Nordine
Snail Records SR-1001 (1979)
the USA
5.41 “Below average” Crooner / Cabaret; Poetry

Jukebox picks: “Ballad Of The Final Page” (7.1) • “Seven Ways Of The Meek” (6.7) • “Scratch” (6.6)
TJR saysSilly silly me writing songs your ears can see, songs they are more said than sung, talking songs for solo tongue. So...more →

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MALPRACTICE
Dr. Feelgood
United Artists UAS-29880 (1975)
England
5.41 “Below average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Rock n Roll / Rockabilly

Jukebox picks: “Going Back Home” (6.8) • “Don't Let Your Daddy Know” (6.5) • “Back In The Night” (5.9)
TJR saysThe limited edginess of January’s debut LP is further eroded on the follow up just 9 months later, as the malpracticing ...more →

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TEA FOR THE TILLERMAN
Cat Stevens
Island Records ILPS-9135 (1970)
England
5.41 “Below average” Songwriter; Folk

Jukebox picks: “Where Do The Children Play?” (6.8) • “Sad Lisa” (6.1) • “Wild World” (6.0)
TJR saysThe fourth album from the multi-talented Londoner who wrote all the songs, sang, played all sorts of guitars and keyboar...more →

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HAVE YOU HEARD THIS STORY??
Swamp Dogg
Island Records ILPS-9299 (1974)
the USA
5.41 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “My Hang-Ups Ain’t Hung-Up No More” (6.6) • “Did I Come Back Too Soon (Or Stay Away Too Long)” (5.9) • “Dr. M.L.G. (J.A.)” (5.6)
TJR saysSwamp Dogg’s fifth album in five years takes a decided turn towards the funky pop disco and comes complete with a few ex...more →

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NO RUINOUS FEUD
The Incredible String Band
Island Records ILPS-9229 (1973)
Scotland
5.39 “Below average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “My Blue Tears” (7.1) • “Second Fiddle” (6.7) • “Explorer” (6.2)
TJR saysStaring back at you from the cover of their eleventh LP (clockwise from top left) were: Gerard Dott, Mike Heron, Malcolm...more →

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ARRIVAL
ABBA
Polar POLS-272 (1976)
Sweden
5.39 “Below average” Pop

Jukebox picks: “Knowing Me, Knowing You” (7.0) • “Why Did It Have To Be Me?” (6.8) • “Dancing Queen” (6.7)
TJR saysConfounding those who predicted that they'd fade as quickly as their firework exploded, ABBA went from strength to stren...more →

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SISTER BIG STUFF
Prince Buster
Melodisc MLP-12-156 (1972)
Jamaica
5.38 “Below average” Reggae

Jukebox picks: “Sata A Masa Gana [vocal version]” (7.1) • “Sister Big Stuff” (6.5) • “Young Gifted And Black” (6.5)
TJR saysPrince Buster's recordings for “Sister Big Stuff” took place mostly in 1971; Mellodisc had the vision to put them out to...more →

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ALBUM III
Loudon Wainwright III
Columbia KC-31462 (1972)
the USA
5.38 “Below average” Folk; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Drinking Song” (7.0) • “Muse Blues” (6.6) • “Needless To Say” (6.2)
TJR saysA considerable dive-bomb after the brilliant start he made with his 1970 and 1971 long-players. Album opener, “Dead Sk...more →

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NEW MORNING
Bob Dylan
Columbia KC-30290 (1970)
the USA
5.38 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Day Of The Locusts” (6.7) • “If Not For You” (6.4) • “Three Angels” (6.2)
TJR saysThe second Bob Dylan LP of 1970 came four months after “Self Portrait” and it was a small bounce back. The strange put-o...more →

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REAL TO REAL CACOPHONY
Simple Minds
Zoom Records SPART-1109 (1979)
Scotland
5.37 “Below average” New Wave

Jukebox picks: “Changeling” (6.5) • “Premonition” (6.4) • “Factory” (6.2)
TJR saysJust 7 months on from their debut, the second long-player from the Glasgow five-piece arrived in November, 1979, once ag...more →

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HERE COMES THE SUN
Nina Simone
RCA LSP-4536 (1971)
the USA
5.36 “Below average” Cerebral Pop; Pop Ballad; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Just Like A Woman” (6.6) • “My Way” (6.5) • “Mr. Bojangles” (5.8)
TJR saysIn the RCA studios for a fully orchestrated covers set, simultaneously middle-of-the-road but nonetheless imaginative wi...more →

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I FEEL GOOD!
John Lee Hooker
Carson LP-3662 (1970)
the USA
5.36 “Below average” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Dazie Mae” (6.5) • “I Feel Good” (5.9) • “Roll And Tumble” (5.7)
TJR saysRecorded in Paris - a city that loved it's blues at the time - in October '69. It's a small band set up with John Lee Ho...more →

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REALITY
James Brown
Polydor PD-6039 (1974)
the USA
5.36 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “All For One” (6.4) • “Further On Up The Road” (6.2) • “Funky President (People It’s Bad)” (5.8)
TJR saysThe vitality of 1972 seems a long way away already… he’s hanging on in there… the first half of the album offers some de...more →

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UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED
Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band
Mercury SRM-1-709 (1974)
the USA
5.35 “Below average” Rock; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Happy Love Song” (7.0) • “New Electric Ride” (6.3) • “Upon The My-O-My” (6.0)
TJR saysJust 18 months earlier, Captain Beefheart, together with his slaves, had delivered my album of the year with “Clear Spot...more →

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WINTER IN AMERICA
Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson
Strata-East SES-19742 (1974)
the USA
5.34 “Below average” Jazz

Jukebox picks: “H²Ogate Blues” (9.5) • “The Bottle” (8.7) • “Rivers Of My Fathers” (5.0)
TJR saysAfter three albums on Flying Dutchman, a creative-control dispute led Gil Scot-Heron to pastures new, and a deal was str...more →

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REPRODUCTION
The Human League
Virgin V-2133 (1979)
England
5.33 “Below average” New Wave; Electronica

Jukebox picks: “Almost Medieval” (6.7) • “Empire State Human” (5.8) • “The Path Of Least Resistance” (5.6)
TJR says“//The League would like to positively affect the future by close attention to the present, allying technology with huma...more →

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MOONSHOT
Buffy Saint-Marie
Vanguard VSD-79312 (1972)
Canada
5.32 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Not The Lovin' Kind” (8.9) • “Mister Can't You See” (6.7) • “You Know How To Turn On Those Lights” (6.1)
TJR saysBuffy's battle with the Vanguard label continues, and the ongoing pop concessions in “Moonshot” leave her in no man's la...more →

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ATTEMPTED MUSTACHE
Loudon Wainwright III
Columbia KC-32710 (1973)
the USA
5.32 “Below average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “The Man Who Couldn’t Cry” (7.7) • “I Am The Way (New York Town) [live]” (6.4) • “Dilated To Meet You” (6.0)
TJR saysLoudon's fourth was recorded with Nashville session men and largely fails to catch-a-fire with me, although his semi-rem...more →

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THE HAPLESS CHILD AND OTHER INSCRUTABLE STORIES
Michael Mantler with Robert Wyatt, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Jack DeJohnette and Terje Rypdal
WATT Works ‎WATT-4 (1976)
Austria
5.32 “Below average” Prog

Jukebox picks: “The Hapless Child” (6.5) • “The Remembered Visit” (6.4) • “The Doubtful Guest” (5.4)
TJR saysAn ambitious project co-ordinated by the Austrian Jazz trumpeter and bandleader, Michael Mantler, who pays tribute to th...more →

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BURRITO DELUXE
The Flying Burrito Brothers
A&M Records SP-4258 (1970)
the USA
5.31 “Below average” Country; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Image Of Me” (7.5) • “Farther Along” (7.2) • “Older Guys” (6.5)
TJR saysDoesn’t have the same emotional grip as the preceding “The Gilded Palace Of Sin”. It proved to be Gram Parsons final Bur...more →

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HOLLAND
The Beach Boys
Reprise Records MS-2118 (1973)
the USA
5.31 “Below average” Cerebral Pop; Folk Rock / Americana; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “California Saga: California” (7.4) • “California Saga: The Beaks Of Eagles” (6.9) • “Steamboat” (6.6)
TJR saysRated as one of their best by many fans, their latest Randy-Newman-inspired sound is a bit of a hit-or-a-miss for me, bu...more →

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EL LEGENDARIO
Juan Polo Valencia
Tropical ‎LD-1588 (1970)
Colombia
5.31 “Below average” Latin

Jukebox picks: “El Provincianito” (6.7) • “No Puedo Aparentar” (5.4) • “Mi Sombrero Blanco” (5.4)
TJR says“El Legendario” proclaims the cover, quite rightly, as the 51-year-old singer-accordionist is revered in Colombia. It's ...more →

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APOSTROPHE (’)
Frank Zappa
Discreet MS-2175 (1974)
the USA
5.30 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Nanook Rubs It” (7.8) • “Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow” (6.0) • “St. Alfonzo’s Pancake Breakfast” (5.7)
TJR saysFrank Zappa’s greatest commercial success, “Apostrophe (‘)” landed him an unlikely place in the U.S. Top 10. The set kin...more →

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IMAGINE
John Lennon
Apple Records PAS-10004 (1971)
England
5.28 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Pop Ballad; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Imagine” (7.7) • “Gimme Some Truth” (6.8) • “I Don't Want To Be A Soldier” (5.8)
TJR saysI find it's best not to expect much from the ex-Beatles, and the latest from the 30-year-old John Lennon certainly doesn...more →

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SHAFT
Isaac Hayes
Enterprise ENS-2-5002 (1971)
the USA
5.28 “Below average” Disco / Funk; Cerebral Pop; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Do Your Thing” (7.1) • “Theme From Shaft” (6.9) • “Walk from Regio's” (6.6)
TJR saysThere's not too much to get excited about on this sprawling, almost inevitably patchy, double album set. Largely ins...more →

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THE HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS
Joni Mitchell
Asylum Records 7E-1051 (1975)
Canada
5.26 “Below average” Jazz; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “The Jungle Line” (8.7) • “Harry's House / Centerpiece” (7.2) • “The Hissing of Summer Lawns” (5.5)
TJR saysBy this stage, the pop sensibilities of “Ladies of the Canyon” (1970) and “Blue” (1971) were a thing of the past as Joni...more →

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ABBA
ABBA
Polar POLS-262 (1975)
Sweden
5.26 “Below average” Pop

Jukebox picks: “I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do” (8.3) • “SOS” (7.7) • “So Long” (7.6)
TJR saysThe European Cup winners of 1974 continued their good form into ’75 with their classic 1-2-2 formation – with Stig at th...more →

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USKHANDAMAYEZA
The Tulips
Ring RG-K-1025 (1978)
South Africa
5.26 “Below average” Africana; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Mama Ka Sibongile” (7.0) • “Sofasilahlane” (6.5) • “Uskhandamayeza” (5.9)
TJR saysIn the disco era, an mbaqanga-soul fusion is proving to be popular in South Africa, and this release on the EMI subsidia...more →

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COUNTRY KEEPSAKES
Wanda Jackson
Capitol ST-11161 (1973)
the USA
5.25 “Below average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Tennesee Women’s Prison” (6.9) • “I Don’t Believe I’ll Fall In Love Today” (6.4) • “I Don’t Know How To Tell Him” (6.2)
TJR saysOnly in March, and already Wanda has her second LP of '73 in the shops. The prolific and hard-working artist has had a n...more →

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BUTTERFLY
Bra Sello
Soweto SWA-14014 (1975)
South Africa
5.25 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Butterfly, part 1” (5.3) • “Butterfly, part 2” (5.2)
TJR saysRecorded at the Satbel Recording Studios in Johannesburg, engineered by Paul Dobbe and produced by Cambridge Matiwane. T...more →

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QUICKSILVER
Quicksilver
Capitol Records SW-819 (1971)
the USA
5.24 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Rebel” (8.5) • “I Found Love” (7.0) • “Fire Brothers” (5.5)
TJR saysMembership of the group continued to fluctuate; John Cipollina and Nicky Hopkins left after the chaotic recording experi...more →

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NEU! 2
Neu!
Brain brain-1028 (1973)
Germany
5.23 “Below average” Avant-Garde; Trance Rock

Jukebox picks: “Lila Engel” (9.5) • “Neuschnee” (9.2) • “Für Immer” (9.0)
TJR saysThe seemingly language-less “Lila Engel” (“Lilac Angel”) was typical of Neu!, Klaus Dinger style – ugly, aggressive ...more →

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SAIL AWAY
Randy Newman
Reprise Records MS-2064 (1972)
the USA
5.23 “Below average” Crooner / Cabaret; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Burn On” (8.0) • “Old Man” (6.0) • “Lonely at the Top” (5.9)
TJR saysKeeping up his record of a new LP every two years, the third new music album from the 28-year-old singer-songwriter arri...more →

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KING FLOYD
King Floyd
Cotillion SD-9047 (1971)
the USA
5.23 “Below average” Soul

Jukebox picks: “Groove Me” (7.6) • “Messing Up My Mind” (6.9) • “Let Us Be” (6.2)
TJR saysPatchy album from the 26-year-old New Orleans soul singer and songwriter, commendable for featuring his great Top 10 hit...more →

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THE HEART OF SATURDAY NIGHT
Tom Waits
Asylum Records 7E-1015 (1974)
the USA
5.23 “Below average” Jazz

Jukebox picks: “The Ghosts Of Saturday Night (After Hours At Napoleone’s Pizza House)” (7.4) • “Diamonds On My Windshield” (6.8) • “(Looking For) The Heart Of Saturday Night” (5.7)
TJR saysSecond album from the 24-year-old piano-playing singer-songwriter, now with added singspeak skills on display, namely on...more →

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GINA
Webert Sicot et son Ensemble
Mini Records MRS-1058 (1977)
Haiti
5.23 “Below average” Caribbean

Jukebox picks: “Caponage” (6.8) • “Gina” (6.5) • “Gladys” (6.2)
TJR saysCadence, Compas, Meringue, Zouk, call it what you want, it all sounds the same to me to be honest. Suffice to say these ...more →

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INNERVISIONS
Stevie Wonder
Tamla ‎T-326L (1973)
the USA
5.23 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Higher Ground” (6.7) • “Living For The City” (6.4) • “He’s Misstra Know It All” (6.2)
TJR saysA Stevie Wonder that gets my full-on thumbs up seems pretty much an impossibility, but “Innervisions” comes closest of a...more →

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HEJIRA
Joni Mitchell
Asylum Records 7E-1087 (1976)
Canada
5.23 “Below average” Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Blue Motel Room” (6.4) • “Coyote” (6.1) • “Amelia” (5.5)
TJR saysThe 8th album from the newly turned 33-year-old, considered by critics and fans as one of her very best. The album's nam...more →

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CHOCOLATE CITY
Parliament
Casablanca NBLP-7014 (1975)
the USA
5.23 “Below average” Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “Chocolate City” (6.4) • “Let Me Be” (6.0) • “Bigfootin’” (5.7)
TJR saysA black majority now inhabited Washington, D.C. and the term “Chocolate City” was banded about positively by many, most ...more →

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TO THE LIMIT
Joan Armatrading
A&M Records AMLH-64732 (1978)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
5.22 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Let It Last” (8.0) • “Bottom To The Top” (8.0) • “What Do You Want” (6.2)
TJR saysArriving in September '78 was Joan Armatrading's fifth long-player, in collaboration with producer Glyn Johns for the th...more →

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TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Shelter Records SRL-52006 (1976)
the USA
5.22 “Below average” Rock; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll” (6.9) • “Mystery Man” (5.9) • “American Girl” (5.7)
TJR saysFollowing the break-up of his previous group, Mudcrutch, in late 1975, Tom Petty dusted himself down and, at the record ...more →

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SQUEEZE
Squeeze
A&M Records AMLH-68465 (1978)
England
5.21 “Below average” New Wave; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Take Me I'm Yours” (9.1) • “The Call” (5.8) • “Get Smart” (5.5)
TJR saysDebut album from the London five-piece, jokingly named after the oft-derided fifth Velvet Underground LP. Are they a tri...more →

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WHO WILL SAVE THE WORLD? THE MIGHTY GROUNDHOGS
Groundhogs
United Artists Records UAG-29237 (1972)
England
5.21 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Death Of The Sun” (6.8) • “Music Is Food Of Thought” (5.9) • “Earth Is Not Room Enough” (5.5)
TJR saysSocially conscious sixth album from the gritty London trio who line up: Tony McPhee (guitars, mellotron, harmonium, voca...more →

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QUADROPHENIA
The Who
Track Record 2657 013 (1973)
England
5.20 “Below average” Rock; Prog

Jukebox picks: “Doctor Jimmy” (6.7) • “I’ve Had Enough” (6.2) • “The Dirty Jobs” (5.9)
TJR saysGreat film, shame about the soundtrack. Since when did the Mods dig bombastic Prog and Rock? Someone will need to explai...more →

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BRIDGES
Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson
Arista AB-4147 (1977)
the USA
5.20 “Below average” R n B; Disco / Funk

Jukebox picks: “We Almost Lost Detroit” (6.7) • “Racetrack In France” (5.7) • “Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb And Blind)” (5.5)
TJR saysFor my tastes, the subtle change from the jazzy to the funky since signing to Arista has been very welcome, and the rela...more →

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BLACK ROSEː A ROCK LEGEND
Thin Lizzy
Vertigo 6360 169 (1979)
Ireland
5.20 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Do Anything You Wanna Do” (6.1) • “S And M” (5.9) • “Toughest Street In Town” (5.6)
TJR saysThe ninth album from the London-based quartet was recorded in Paris in early '79 and saw release in April. They line-up:...more →

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



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