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1960’s Reviews

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This page collects album reviews for artists who don’t quite qualify for their own page. The following 1960s artists have their own dedicated page:

The Band
The Beach Boys
The Beatles
The Byrds
Fairport Convention
The Rolling Stones
Simon and Garfunkel
The Velvet Underground

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Retrospective – Buffalo Springfield

Retrospective (1969), 8/10 According to legend, Stephen Stills chased down the black hearse driven by Canadians Neil Young and Bruce … Continue Reading Retrospective – Buffalo Springfield

At Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash

At Folsom Prison (1968), 6/10 Johnny Cash always had a bullet proof reputation, both a respected elder statesman of country … Continue Reading At Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash

Diamond’s And Gold – Neil Diamond

Diamond’s And Gold (1973), 7/10 Diamond’s And Gold captures Neil Diamond’s early period before the sparkly shirts began to take … Continue Reading Diamond’s And Gold – Neil Diamond

Arlo Guthrie Alice's Restaurant

Alice’s Restaurant – Arlo Guthrie

1967, 6.5/10. The son of folk legend Woody Guthrie wrote the side long Alice’s Restaurant, detailing his adventures disposing of a half-tonne of garbage.

Dusty in Memphis – Dusty Springfield

1969, 9.5/10. Strikes a beautiful balance between the emotion of soul and the sophistication of professionally written pop.

Zombies Odessey and Oracle Review

Odessey and Oracle – The Zombies

Odessey and Oracle (1968), 10/10 Originally known for their British invasion hits ‘She’s Not There’ and ‘Tell Her No’, the … Continue Reading Odessey and Oracle – The Zombies

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