Treble Best of the 60s Project

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Treble's Best of the '60s Project

1969

The Beatles – Abbey Road
(Apple)

Abbey Road was a brilliant album in every sense of the two words.”

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The Stooges – The Stooges
(Elektra)

“Released in 1969, The Stooges’ self-titled debut unknowingly paved the way for what would become punk rock.”

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Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II
(Atlantic)

“Its amplified blues, unbelievable riffs, and powerful swagger make it an album that you just have to make a sneering face and to nod your head.”

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The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground
(Verve)

“…by a landslide, it’s the band’s prettiest album.”

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Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left
(Island)

“What [Drake] left behind was a cache of beautiful compositions, unappreciated in its time, and now left to be discovered by seekers of the sublime.”

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MC5 – Kick Out the Jams
(Elektra)

“The Motor City Five wasn’t just a rock `n’ roll band, it was a movement.”

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Personal Best

Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed
(ABKCO)

“Some may say that the combined genres that made up Exile on Main Street lent it to become the Stones’ best album, but for me, it’s Let it Bleed…”

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Dusty Springfield – Dusty in Memphis
(Atlantic)

“Now considered a classic, and by some a masterpiece, Dusty in Memphis was somewhat of an experiment.”

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David Bowie – Space Oddity
(Mercury)

“…as the heralding of a true legend of rock and roll, and the debut of one his best songs, it deserves to be counted.”

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