Treble Best of the 60s Project

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Treble's Best of the '60s Project

1966

The Beatles – Revolver
(Apple)

“It still maintained the simplicity and garage-y-ness of the Beatles’ first five albums, yet opened the gates to the psychedelic experimentation the band would soon embark upon.”

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The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
(Capitol)

“Brian Wilson’s songwriting power was a dormant volcano waiting to be touched off.”

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Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde
(Columbia)

“Bob Dylan’s seventh album is such a brilliant collection that you should probably be ashamed to admit that you don’t own a copy.”

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best albums of the 60s sounds of silenceSimon & Garfunkel – Sounds of Silence
(CBS)

“Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel made something unique with Sounds of Silence, an underdog among the group’s more popular albums and one of the most criminally underrated albums of all time.”

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The Rolling Stones – Aftermath
(ABKCO)

Aftermath happens to be one of the band’s best recordings, and one of the most peculiar as well.”

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