Treble Best of the 60s Project

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Treble's Best of the '60s Project

1965

The Beatles – Rubber Soul
(Apple)

“The great thing about Rubber Soul is that it’s for everybody.”

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Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited
(Columbia)

“…Highway 61 Revisited is a landmark leap for a brilliant artist, and is still as powerful now as it was then.”

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Bob Dylan – Bringing It All Back Home
(Columbia)

“…when [Dylan] released Bringing It All Back Home in 1965, nobody was expecting the fiery blues-rock heard on the first half of the record.”

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The Who – The Who Sings My Generation
(MCA)

“It still wails and bounds, it dances across the stage twirling a mike, pounds on drums with the speed of a superhero and spins a wild, reckless arm over a guitar that will inevitably be smashed into splinters.”

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Zombies – Begin Here
(Decca)

“Heralded as one of the most underestimated bands from England, The Zombies had their own unique tone to their rock music…”

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Personal Best

Wilson Pickett – In the Midnight Hour
(Atlantic)

“…upon hearing just one Wilson Pickett song, you know that Wilson is a top pillar of soul music, and should be shown the respect he deserves.”

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