‘MOONDANCE’: The magnificent title-track succeeds on many levels not least in introducing jazz to the rock generation.
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Twenty Great Albums of 1968: Small Faces – OGDEN’S NUT GONE FLAKE: A fast moving feast of rock, layered pop, surrealism and Cockney revelry.
‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ was in the collection of most people who bought LP’s during the 70s – giving a less abrasive sound to what was now known as ‘rock’.
In a year when Asylum released ‘Hotel California,’ ‘The Pretender’ and ‘Hasten Down the Wind’ their most critically acclaimed release was ‘WARREN ZEVON’.
Driven by mysterious characters, strange allusions, historical and literary references, ‘Rough and Rowdy Ways’ is a compelling listen.