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89. Pink Floyd – Piper at the Gates of Dawn

Pink Floyd. Finally… As I’m sure I’ve mentioned before, I’m a bit of a Floyd geek. But way back in the day, I came at discovering their stuff in a very conventional way, where the mediocre “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” got as much attention from me as “Dark Side...

88. Cream – Disraeli Gears

OK, so I’m not the biggest fan of Eric Clapton, but it’s pretty much an established fact that his best work was with Cream (go on, tell me I’m wrong). Thrown in with the legendary Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, and here he was in the world’s...

87. Love – Forever Changes

Despite not really getting anywhere in the charts on its first release, “Forever Changes” is generally seen these days as one of the behemoths of sixties psychedelic rock, a must-have for true music fans. At first though, it’s not easy to see quite why. The first time...

86. Tim Buckley – Goodbye and Hello

For modern listeners, he’s always going to be “Jeff’s Dad”, but back in the day Tim Buckley was a formidable singer with both a unique voice and and ability to merge psychedelia with folk music while giving it all a sense of gravitas. On this,...

85. The Monkees – Headquarters

“Hey, look, the Monkees. They were a huge influence on the Beatles.” – Loyd, “Dumb and Dumber” (1994) “The Monkees really becoming a band was like the equivalent of Leonard Nimoy really becoming a Vulcan.” – Micky Dolenz It’s one of the...