Who’s Next – The Who
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Who’s Next – The Who

Sandwiched between two rock operas Tommy and Quadrophenia is The Who’s fifth studio album Who’s Next.  It was released in 1971 and fifty years on it remains their most memorable work. This album was never meant to be. Pete Townshend had gotten the band to work on a grand project “Lifehouse”. It was supposed to…

Summertime Dream – Gordon Lightfoot
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Summertime Dream – Gordon Lightfoot

Music for folks who care – it is poetry with some legend & geography thrown in Gordon Lightfoot’s twelfth album, Summertime Dream was released in June 1976. By this time Lightfoot was already established as a great songwriter and had achieved success internationally on folk, country & folk-rock music charts. Summertime Dream comprises 10 songs adding to a run…

The Doors – The Doors
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The Doors – The Doors

The debut music album of the band The Doors titled The Doors was released in January 1967. It has eleven songs, for a combined length of 44 minutes, most songs being in the 2–3-minute interval and two longer songs, the longest one at the end. Read Also: David Chipman’s Wiki: A Hawk on Gun Control…

Animals – Pink Floyd
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Animals – Pink Floyd

I first listened to Pink Floyd, a long time ago during my college days. A friend was playing The Division Bell. It was very different from the other music of that time – both lyrically & musically. As I explored their past work, I was hooked to the sounds & words of The Wall and The Dark Side of…