‘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.
TWENTY GREAT ALBUMS of 1971: Blues, boogie, folk and fantasy – all bases covered on ‘LED ZEPPELIN IV’
‘EXILE ON MAIN STREET’ – a sprawling, gutsy double-set and most remarkable album of the Stones illustrious career.
Neil tells his story in inimitable style, with all Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y and Crazy Horse bases covered.