Friday, January 11, 2013

Playlist January 11 2013

Forward Into The Past (Pt 1)

 Sex Pistols “Holidays In The Sun”  Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols   Virgin — October '77 - Most Important Punk album ever??
 Talking Heads “Uh Oh Love Comes To Town”  Talking Heads: '77   Sire — September '77 Art-Rock
 The Clash “Janie Jones”  The Clash  CBS — April '77 - First British major-label Punk album
 The Damned “Neat Neat Neat”  The Damned  Stiff — February '77 Nick Lowe Production

 Fleetwood Mac “Second Hand News”  Rumours  Warner Bros. — February '77 Mac Plus Buckingham Nicks
 AC/DC “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”  Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap Atco — September '76 Australian w/ Easybeat connections
 The Modern Lovers “Road Runner”  The Modern Lovers  Home Of The Hits — August 76 - Recorded 71 and 72

 Ramones “Blitzkreig Bop”  Ramones  Sire — April '76 - One of Pop Music's most original bands
 Patti Smith “Gloria”  Horses  Arista — December '75 - Totally original debut
 Bruce Springsteen “Thunder Road”  Born to Run Columbia — August '75 - _ Rock and Roll's Future

 Kraftwerk “Autobahn”  Autobahn  Phillips — November '74 - US Single version
 New York Dolls “Personality Crisis”  New York Dolls  Mercury — July '73 - Todd Rundgren produced debut
 Roxy Music “Do the Strand”  For Your Pleasure  Island — March '73

 Pink Floyd “Speak to Me/Breath”  Dark Side Of The Moon  Harvest — March '73 - Psychedelic noodlings
 Iggy And The Stooges “Search And Destroy”  Raw Power Columbia — February '73 - David Bowie production
 David Bowie “Five Years”  The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars RCA — June '72 - Glam-Rock Superstar
 The Rolling Stones “Rocks Off”  Exile On Main St  Rolling Stones — May '72 - Quintessential Stones album

 Big Star “Feel” #1 Record  Ardent — April 1972 - Alex Chilton post Box-Tops
 Faust “Why Don't You Eat Carrots”Faust  Polydor — November '71 - Edit - Pressed on clear vinyl
 Genesis “The Musical Box”  Nursery Cryme  Charisma — November '71 -Edit - Smart Rock?

 The Allman Brothers Band “Statesboro Blues” At Fillmore East  Capricorn — July '71 - Southern Rock
 Joni Mitchell “All I Want”  Blue  Reprise — June '71 - Confessional Pop songwriting
 Yes “Your's Is No Disgrace”  The Yes Album  Atlantic — February '71 -Edit - Arty Eclecticism
 Can “Paperhouse”  Tago Mago United Artists — February '71 - Edit - Krautrock

 Carole King “I Feel The Earth Move”  Tapestry  Ode — February '71 - Singer Songwriter
 Cat Stevens “Where Do The Children Play?”  Tea For The Tillerman  Island — November '70 - British Folk Pop
 David Bowie “Width of a Circle”  The Man Who Sold the World  Mercury — November '70 - Edit - With guitarist Mick Ronson

 Emerson Lake & Palmer “The Barbarian”  Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Island — November '70 - progressive Supergroup
 Black Sabbath “Black Sabbath”  Black Sabbath  Vertigo — February '70 - Heavy Metal
 James Taylor “Sweet Baby James”  Sweet Baby James  Warner Bros. — February '70 - Singer Songwriter
 The Move “Hello Susie”  ShaZam  Regal Zonophone — February '70 - Power Pop

 Vashti Bunyan “Diamond Day” Just Another Diamond Day  Phillips — Early '70 - Cult Folk Artist - Joe Boyd Production
 Fairport Convention “Come All Ye” Liege and Lief  Island — December '69 - British Folk Rock
 King Crimson “21St Century Schizoïd Man”  In The Court Of The Crimson King  Island — October '69 - Edit - First True Progressive Rock Masterwork
 Nick Drake “Time Has Told Me”  Five Leaves Left  Island — September '69 - Cult Folk Artist - Joe Boyd Production

 The Stooges “1969” The Stooges  Elektra — August '69 - Garage Punk
 Jethro Tull “A New Day Yesterday”  Stand Up  Island — August '69 - Progressive classic rock
 Blind Faith “Had to Cry Today”  Blind Faith  Polydor — August '69 - Edit - Supergroup Debut

 Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band “Frownland” Trout Mask Replica  Straight Records — June '69 - Weird for weirdness sake
 Crosby, Stills & Nash “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”Crosby, Stills & Nash  Atlantic — May '69 - Supergroup Debut

Based on The Book "101 Essential Rock Records - The Golden Age of Vinyl From The Beatles to the Sex Pistols " by Jeff Gold  Gingko Press (2012)

First Track Side One Working Backwards

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