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 Post subject: Top 100 Albums of Each Year 1970-1979
PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 10:54 pm 
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Here's where I am so far on 1970. Numbers after the albums are the RYM rating and number of total ratings. I still have tp go through many of these and listen to them to see if I am good with classifying them as rock.

Any thoughts about anything, including things I might have omitted?

First the albums that are on the 1970s decade list:

1. Paranoid - Black Sabbath
2. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel
3. After The Gold Rush - Neil Young
4. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band - John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
5. Moondance - Van Morrison
6. Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival
7. Live at Leeds - The Who
8. Déjà Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
9. All Things Must Pass - George Harrison
10. Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs - Derek & The Dominos

Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath - 4.15 - 10,191
Abraxas - Santana - 4.00 - 3385
American Beauty - Grateful Dead - 3.87 - 3473
Fun House - The Stooges - 4.19 - 7661
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John - 3.85 - 1482
Deep Purple In Rock - Deep Purple -4.04 - 5203
Let It Be - The Beatles - 3.73 - 10,316
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor - 3.61 - 914
Tea For The Tillerman - Cat Stevens - 3.93 - 2749
Close To You - The Carpenters - 3.42 - 375
Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead - 3.86 - 2228
Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin - 3.98 - 12,111
Curtis - Curtis Mayfield - 4.13 - 2527
Bryter Layter - Nick Drake - 4.03 - 6618
Look-Ka Py Py - The Meters - 3.69 - 402
12 Songs - Randy Newman - 3.80 - 675
Back In The USA - MC5 - 365 - 1286
Elton John - Elton John - 3.67 - 1035

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Now the albums that are not on the decade list but are on AM.

Loaded - The Velvet Underground - 3.87 - 7116
Sex Machine - James Brown - 3.93 - 602
John Barleycorn Must Die - Traffic - 3.89 - 1998
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!': The Rolling Stones in Concert - The Rolling Stones - 4.00 - 2030
Starsailor - Tim Buckley - 3.85 - 2364
Fire And Water - Free - 3.86 - 1351
Third - The Soft Machine - 3.97 - 3033
Band of Gypsys - Jimi Hendrix - 4.02 - 3358
The Madcap Laughs - Syd Barrett - 3.80 - 3912
Woodstock - Various Artists - 3.95 - 792
Gasoline Alley - Rod Stewart - 3.71 - 672
Morrison Hotel - The Doors - 3.81 - 5775
Mad Dogs and Englishmen - Joe Cocker - 3.77 - 519
Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus - Spirit - 3.92 - 1473
Sunflower - The Beach Boys - 3.80 - 2017
Ladies of the Canyon - Joni Mitchell - 3.87 - 1576
Spirit in the Dark - Aretha Franklin - 3.90 - 414
Lola versus Powerman and The Moneygoround, Part One - The Kinks - 3.93 - 2550
Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival - Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience - 4.16 - 227
Jesus Christ Superstar (Original Concept Recording) - Various Artists - 4.06 - 32
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills - 3.73 - 690
Lick My Decals Off, Baby - Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band - 3.86 - 1699
John Phillips (John the Wolfking of L.A.) - John Phillips - 3.78 - 317
The Man Who Sold the World - David Bowie - 3.68 - 4509
Absolutely Live - The Doors - 3.84 - 1219
Yeti - Artist Amon Düül II - 3.94 - 3092
Jesse Winchester - Jesse Winchester - 3.85 - 154
His Band and The Street Choir - Van Morrison - 3.68 - 1061
Total Destruction to Your Mind - Swamp Dogg - 3.72 - 119
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends On Tour with Eric Clapton - Delaney & Bonnie - 3.63 - 233
Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd - 3.66 - 7787
Stage Fright - The Band- 3.74 - 1007
Everything Is Everything - Donny Hathaway - 3.73 - 365
Funkadelic - Funkadelic - 3.87 - 1354
Psychedelic Shack - The Temptations - 3.79 - 307
Version Galore - U-Roy - 3.81 - 55
The End of the Game - Peter Green - 3.73 - 429
ABC - The Jackson 5 - 3.48 - 266
Eric Burdon Declares War - Eric Burdon & War - 3.77 - 368
Shazam - The Move - 3.81 - 613
From Dusty ... with Love/A Brand New Me - Dusty Springfield- 3.64 - 102
Bill Fay - Bill Fay - 3.83 - 567
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer - 3.76 - 2490
New Morning - Bob Dylan - 3.50 - 2249
American Woman - The Guess Who - 3.78 - 513
Monkey Man - The Maytals - 3.81 - 113
Soul Rebels - Bob Marley and The Wailers - 3.79 - 332
Blows Against the Empire - Paul Kantner & Jefferson Starship - 3.68 - 360
Barrett - Syd Barrett - 3.71 - 2077
Rides Again - The James Gang - 3.84 - 621
Hot Tuna - Hot Tuna - 3.78 - 345
Burrito Deluxe - The Flying Burrito Bros - 3.55 - 501
H to He Who Am the Only One - Van der Graaf Generator - 3.99 - 2081
Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow - Funkadelic - 3.80 - 1295
(Untitled) - The Byrds - 3.67 - 594
Weasels Ripped My Flesh - The Mothers of Invention - 3.68 - 1822
Burnt Weeny Sandwich - The Mothers of Invention - 3.78 - 1558
Full House - Fairport Convention - 3.79 - 588
Pendulum - Creedence Clearwater Revival - 3.62 - 1392
What Kind of World - The Cables - 3.77 - 36
No Dice - Badfinger - 3.69 - 624
Idlewild South - The Allman Brothers Band - 3.88 - 1163
Climbing! - Mountain - 3.79 - 871
Nicely out of Tune - Lindisfarne - 3.80 - 263
The J. Geils Band - The J. Geils Band - 3.59 - 163
Emitt Rhodes - Emitt Rhodes - 3.83 - 483
Signed, Sealed & Delivered - Stevie Wonder - 3.57 - 274
Parachute - The Pretty Things - 3.91 - 906
High Tide - High Tide - 3.74 - 447
Vintage Violence - John Cale - 3.59 - 1007
In the Wake of Poseidon - King Crimson - 3.69 - 4450
Magnetic South - Michael Nesmith - 3.72 - 164

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And finally other albums that I am considering.

It'll All Work Out in Boomland - T2 - 3.94 - 814
If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You - Caravan - 3.93 - 1323
Cold Fact - Rodriguez - 3.93 - 1043
Stray - Stray - 3.94 - 380
Death Walks Behind You - Atomic Rooster - 3.81 - 1133
Lizard - King Crimson - 3.72 - 3692
I'm Just a Prisoner - Candi Staton - 3.91 - 126
The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other - Van der Graaf Generator - 3.79 - 1433
Yes We Can - Lee Dorsey - 3.83 - 225
Kingdom Come - Sir Lord Baltimore - 3.81 - 879
Wishbone Ash - Wishbone Ash - 3.81 - 825
Thank Christ for the Bomb - Groundhogs - 3.83 - 491
Benefit - Jethro Tull - 3.73 - 1921
Turn Back the Hands of Time - Tyrone Davis - 3.97 - 67
Future Blues - Canned Heat - 3.81 - 328
...To Be Continued - Isaac Hayes - 3.80 - 312
Chicago - Chicago - 3.72 - 765
Diana Ross - Diana Ross - 3.82 - 148
Closer To Home - Grand Funk - 3.73 - 660
The Delfonics - The Delfonics - 3.79 - 137
Express Yourself - Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - 3.77 - 143
A Question of Balance - The Moody Blues - 3.67 - 900
The Isaac Hayes Movement - Isaac Hayes - 3.61 - 323
T. Rex - T. Rex - 3.63 - 347
In Person At The International Hotel, Las Vegas - Elvis Presley - 4.06 - 134
You Can Get it if You Really Want - Desmond Dekker - 3.48 - 9
New Ways But Love Stays - The Supremes - 3.65 - 27
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - 3.87 - 208
The Black Gladiator - Bo Diddley - 3.86 - 126

Okay, Samp's additions brings it up to 129 albums for 100 slots.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Albums of Each Year 1970-1979
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T. Rex - T. Rex (The first album after shortening their name. This is where Bolan really defined their new sound which would launch the glam movement in Great Britain).

Elvis Presley - In Person At The International Hotel, Las Vegas (Top 20 on the charts, allmusic.com calls it "easily his best live album" so it's got acclaim)

Desmond Dekker - You Can Get It If You Really Want (huge early reggae album, and his other 1970 release Intensified could make it as well)

Bo Diddley - Black Gladiator (though largely overlooked at the time, in recent years its gotten to be a strong cult favorite. If it sneaks it it'd be low, but worth considering)

The Supremes - New Ways But Love Stays (strong post-Ross album with maybe their greatest song of the 70's, "Stoned Love" anchoring it. The track listing might seem bare to some, but it was very solid throughout, even the covers are more radical in their approach than you'd ever expect)

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy - a hallmark of country-rock

I hope you're not going with that Top Ten, website-symmetry or not. No Curtis? No Fun House? No way.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Albums of Each Year 1970-1979
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Sampson wrote:
Elvis Presley - In Person At The International Hotel, Las Vegas (Top 20 on the charts, allmusic.com calls it "easily his best live album" so it's got acclaim)


One critic's praise does not equal acclaim. Plus, even if we accept that it's his best live album, that could be more of an indictment of how bad the others are than a statement about this album being great.

By the way, that so called "critic" thinks that "Johnny B. Goode" and "My Babe" and "Tiger Man"were hits by Elvis, so he has no credibility at all as far as I'm concerned.

Review by Bruce Eder [-]When Elvis and the Colonel decided it was time to start appearing live again, they assembled a crackerjack band (featuring James Burton) and took on Vegas full-bore. Easily the King's best live album, In Person at the International Hotel featured a slew of hits, including "Johnny B. Goode," "My Babe," the "Mystery Train/Tiger Man" medley, and "Suspicious Minds."


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Albums of Each Year 1970-1979
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Sampson wrote:
I hope you're not going with that Top Ten, website-symmetry or not. No Curtis? No Fun House? No way.


The top 10 is staying as it is.

"Curtis" is only the 25th most acclaimed album of 1970. "Fun House" did not even make the charts.

Good thing you say that RYM ranking's are no good, because they have "Fun House" at #4 and "Curtis at #10 (among rock albums).

1 Black Sabbath Paranoid
2 Neil Young After the Gold Rush
3 Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
4 The Stooges Fun House
5 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
6 The Who Live at Leeds
7 Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory
8 Nick Drake Bryter Layter
9 Van Morrison Moondance
10 Curtis Mayfield Curtis


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Sampson wrote:
The Supremes - New Ways But Love Stays (strong post-Ross album with maybe their greatest song of the 70's, "Stoned Love" anchoring it. The track listing might seem bare to some, but it was very solid throughout, even the covers are more radical in their approach than you'd ever expect)



I have a copy, maybe I'll pull it out and listen to it. Hard to believe that any of these remakes (they are not covers) are any good.

A4 Bridge Over Troubled Water
B1 Come Together
B3 Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye


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Sampson wrote:
Bo Diddley - Black Gladiator (though largely overlooked at the time, in recent years its gotten to be a strong cult favorite. If it sneaks it it'd be low, but worth considering)



This a weird fucking album, but it does seem to be a cult fave among funk fans and others. Good numbers at RYM too.



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Bruce wrote:
Sampson wrote:
Elvis Presley - In Person At The International Hotel, Las Vegas (Top 20 on the charts, allmusic.com calls it "easily his best live album" so it's got acclaim)


One critic's praise does not equal acclaim. Plus, even if we accept that it's his best live album, that could be more of an indictment of how bad the others are than a statement about this album being great.

By the way, that so called "critic" thinks that "Johnny B. Goode" and "My Babe" and "Tiger Man"were hits by Elvis, so he has no credibility at all as far as I'm concerned.

Review by Bruce Eder [-]When Elvis and the Colonel decided it was time to start appearing live again, they assembled a crackerjack band (featuring James Burton) and took on Vegas full-bore. Easily the King's best live album, In Person at the International Hotel featured a slew of hits, including "Johnny B. Goode," "My Babe," the "Mystery Train/Tiger Man" medley, and "Suspicious Minds."

I'm pretty sure that in general, the album of his 1968 comeback special is more acclaimed than the International Hotel album.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Albums of Each Year 1970-1979
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Brian wrote:
I'm pretty sure that in general, the album of his 1968 comeback special is more acclaimed than the International Hotel album.


Indeed, MUCH more so.


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I still need to chop off 8 more albums from among these below:

Do I need to list both King Crimson albums and both Syd Barrett albums?

Can I get some suggestions as to what should be dropped?

Back In The USA - MC5 - 3.65 - 1286
Elton John - Elton John - 3.67 - 1035
Look-Ka Py Py - The Meters - 3.69 - 402
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The Madcap Laughs - Syd Barrett - 3.80 - 3912
Gasoline Alley - Rod Stewart - 3.71 - 672
Sunflower - The Beach Boys - 3.80 - 2017
Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival - Otis Redding/The Jimi Hendrix Experience - 4.16 - 227
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills - 3.73 - 690
Lick My Decals Off, Baby - Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band - 3.86 - 1699
John Phillips (John the Wolfking of L.A.) - John Phillips - 3.78 - 317
The Man Who Sold the World - David Bowie - 3.68 - 4509
Absolutely Live - The Doors - 3.84 - 1219
Yeti - Artist Amon Düül II - 3.94 - 3092
His Band and The Street Choir - Van Morrison - 3.68 - 1061
Total Destruction to Your Mind - Swamp Dogg - 3.72 - 119
Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd - 3.66 - 7787
Stage Fright - The Band- 3.74 - 1007
Everything Is Everything - Donny Hathaway - 3.73 - 365
Psychedelic Shack - The Temptations - 3.79 - 307
Version Galore - U-Roy - 3.81 - 55
ABC - The Jackson 5 - 3.48 - 266
Shazam - The Move - 3.81 - 613
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer - 3.76 - 2490
New Morning - Bob Dylan - 3.50 - 2249
American Woman - The Guess Who - 3.78 - 513
Monkey Man - The Maytals - 3.81 - 113
Soul Rebels - Bob Marley and The Wailers - 3.79 - 332
Blows Against the Empire - Paul Kantner & Jefferson Starship - 3.68 - 360
Rides Again - The James Gang - 3.84 - 621
Burrito Deluxe - The Flying Burrito Bros - 3.55 - 501
H to He Who Am the Only One - Van der Graaf Generator - 3.99 - 2081
Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow - Funkadelic - 3.80 - 1295
(Untitled) - The Byrds - 3.67 - 594
Burnt Weeny Sandwich - The Mothers of Invention - 3.78 - 1558
Pendulum - Creedence Clearwater Revival - 3.62 - 1392
What Kind of World - The Cables - 3.77 - 36
No Dice - Badfinger - 3.69 - 624
Idlewild South - The Allman Brothers Band - 3.88 - 1163
Climbing! - Mountain - 3.79 - 871
Nicely out of Tune - Lindisfarne - 3.80 - 263
Emitt Rhodes - Emitt Rhodes - 3.83 - 483
Signed, Sealed & Delivered - Stevie Wonder - 3.57 - 274
Parachute - The Pretty Things - 3.91 - 906
In the Wake of Poseidon - King Crimson - 3.69 - 4450
It'll All Work Out in Boomland - T2 - 3.94 - 814
If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You - Caravan - 3.93 - 1323
Cold Fact - Rodriguez - 3.93 - 1043
Death Walks Behind You - Atomic Rooster - 3.81 - 1133
Lizard - King Crimson - 3.72 - 3692
I'm Just a Prisoner - Candi Staton - 3.91 - 126
Yes We Can - Lee Dorsey - 3.83 - 225
Benefit - Jethro Tull - 3.73 - 1921
Turn Back the Hands of Time - Tyrone Davis - 3.97 - 67
Future Blues - Canned Heat - 3.81 - 328
...To Be Continued - Isaac Hayes - 3.80 - 312
Chicago - Chicago - 3.72 - 765
Diana Ross - Diana Ross - 3.82 - 148
Closer To Home - Grand Funk - 3.73 - 660
The Delfonics - The Delfonics - 3.79 - 137
Express Yourself - Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - 3.77 - 143
A Question of Balance - The Moody Blues - 3.67 - 900
The Isaac Hayes Movement - Isaac Hayes - 3.61 - 323
T. Rex - T. Rex - 3.63 - 347
In Person At The International Hotel, Las Vegas - Elvis Presley - 4.06 - 134
You Can Get it if You Really Want - Desmond Dekker - 3.48 - 9
New Ways But Love Stays - The Supremes - 3.65 - 27
Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - 3.87 - 208
The Black Gladiator - Bo Diddley - 3.86 - 126


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I don't think "Barrett" needs to be on there. "The Madcap Laughs" should stay though. Lindisfarne's "Nicely out of Tune" is another one you could probably get rid off. If for whatever reason you do want another British folk-rock album on there, I'd rather go with Steeleye Span's "Hark! The Village Wait" but as you don't even have that listed as a possibility, I'd say you can happily get rid of the Lindisfarne.


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I don't think "Barrett" needs to be on there. "The Madcap Laughs" should stay though. Lindisfarne's "Nicely out of Tune" is another one you could probably get rid off. If for whatever reason you do want another British folk-rock album on there, I'd rather go with Steeleye Span's "Hark! The Village Wait" but as you don't even have that listed as a possibility, I'd say you can happily get rid of the Lindisfarne.


My mistake, I had already dropped "Barrett" so with Lindisfarne out I still need to find 7 more things to drop.


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I think some of the big name artists like Dylan, The Byrds, King Crimson (Lizard), Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, Bob Marley, CCR, all have subpar albums here with very little new ground broken, thus no influence, but because of the name recognition of the artists and the demographics of sites like RYM they have lots of people commenting on them. I don't see how that should help them, especially as I'm sure those same people would rank these particular albums extremely low in the annals of their entire career.

Other albums that seem to have little justification for being there include T2, Badfinger, Sixto Rodriguez.


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Of the albums Sampson mentioned, the Moody Blues has the best chart numbers, followed by CCR, followed by Dylan. So those 3 albums have at least something going for them. But any of the others he mentioned seem like good candidates to drop.

Also, I don't think it would be consistent to include Full House on this list after excluding What We Did on Our Holidays and Unhalfbricking from the 1969 list. Full House is probably both less of a rock album and less acclaimed than the other 2, and I don't know of any way in which it beats them.


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Sampson wrote:
I think some of the big name artists like Dylan, The Byrds, King Crimson (Lizard), Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, Bob Marley, CCR, all have subpar albums here with very little new ground broken, thus no influence, but because of the name recognition of the artists and the demographics of sites like RYM they have lots of people commenting on them. I don't see how that should help them, especially as I'm sure those same people would rank these particular albums extremely low in the annals of their entire career.

Other albums that seem to have little justification for being there include T2, Badfinger, Sixto Rodriguez.


The Rodriguez is the fastest climbing album from that year in terms of a forgotten album that has become a cult classic in the past 2-3 years. It has over 1,000 ratings on RYM and I think it had less than 50 like 2 years ago. I never heard of T2 until I started this but it sounds like a real good album. I was thinking of maybe dropping Pendulum and was surprised to see it listed at AM with critical acclaim. It's got one great track and a couple of other good things, but I never thought of it as much of an "album."


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Brian wrote:
Also, I don't think it would be consistent to include Full House on this list after excluding What We Did on Our Holidays and Unhalfbricking from the 1969 list. Full House is probably both less of a rock album and less acclaimed than the other 2, and I don't know of any way in which it beats them.


"Full House" was already eliminated.


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