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64. Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde

“Don’t tell anyone you don’t own “Blonde on Blonde”. It’s gonna be okay.” It’s that line from “High Fidelity” that keeps jumping out at me me when I think about this album. Fresh from meandering around...

63. The Byrds – Fifth Dimension

By the time The Byrds got around to creating this album, the fame they’d found with “Mr. Tambourine Man” and their previous album was starting to wane, and although this album contains two of their most famous tracks, it was never a huge seller....

62. Fred Neil – Fred Neil

He didn’t stick around long and he was never well-known, but Fred Neil was actually a big deal in the world of folk-rock. With this album (his second), he pushed the boundaries of what folk could be, mixing bass guitar and electric distortion into gentle,...

61. The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds

Really? I’ve got to do “Pet Sounds” right after “Revolver”? That’s a lot of sacred sirloin to chew through. Actually, to tell the truth, it kind of fits because, at least when this album was recorded, there was a bit of a...

60. The Beatles – Revolver

So, “Revolver”… this would be The Big Kahuna then? While most will talk about “Sgt. Pepper…” being the height of the Beatles’ catalogue, if you’re a serious muso type it needs to be “Revolver” – this is an...