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18th September 2003, 11:39
My 60's collection:
The Beatles - White Album, Revolver, Sgt Peppers, Help!
The Kinks - Something Else
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
Is there anything I've overlooked? Does anyone else own any 60's stuff?
18th September 2003, 15:18
buffalo springfield - all albums
neil young - neil young (1969)
19th September 2003, 02:39
Led Zepplin - Led Zepplin.
Well I have an excuse, I was not born untill the mid 80's, so this is WAY before my time, so naturaly I dont have many.
Unless you cound CD's... not vinyl
24th September 2003, 20:02
CD's/minidisc/vinyl/MP3's - whatever. I don't expect many of us own 60's grammophone records. I hope to have at least 50x 1960's albums by next christmas. :) Only about 42 left.
Caption - "The hey-day of the 60's":
25th September 2003, 01:45
Man, there's 100's of awesome 60's albums.
Too many to list here dude.
Start with: Hendrix, The Doors, Dylan, Beatles, Cream, CSNY, Buffalo Springfield, Syd Barret's Pink Floyd, Jefferson Airplane, Tyrannosaurus Rex, The Who, Fairport Convention, Love, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin, Kinks, Spirit . . .
Even the first albums by the likes of Sabbath, Led Zep, Genesis, Can, King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Zappa, Yes, Free, Santana, Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, etc, were all in the 60's. :D
25th September 2003, 03:16
I used to have some Janis Joplin and The Mama's and Papa's. Hopefully, they're still packed in a box at my mom's house.
25th September 2003, 04:29
Peter, Paul, and Mary bunch more I just can't remember them all. ;)
25th September 2003, 09:10
Led Zeppelin [see my avatar:)], Cream, Hendrix, Yes, Pink Floyd, Ten Years After, Simon & Garfunkel, Santana
25th September 2003, 10:14
An original Pablo Casals directed version of both of Mozart's Symphony Concertanti.
26th September 2003, 11:32
That one was great at Woodstock Xerxes. :)
26th September 2003, 11:34
woodstock is so overated.. apart from Ten Years After
26th September 2003, 15:32
Woodstock isn't what it used to be. :(
27th September 2003, 10:12
Sgt Pepper, Led Zeppelin I, several Hendrix albums, Moody Blues - Of day's and future past, some Neil Young
27th September 2003, 17:49
My dad has a heap of them somewhere..but these are the ones I liked ^.^
Both the red and blue albums from the Beatles.
13th October 2003, 09:42
I now have (wait for it) 10 whole 60's albums. It's a double digit collection now.:) There are loads of recommendations here, but I find myself into Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention this month. Apparently, "Freak Out" (1966) was hailed as "one of the most ambitious debuts in rock history". There you go.
How long do you reckon Frank Zappa would last on the checkouts at Walmart?
13th October 2003, 09:52
well, my dad gave me all his records last year. And i have a fair few of my own, so i think if i bothered to cout it would be upwards of 50 records, and then a few cd's. Mostly beatles, some stones, some slade etc
anyways, heres the one i listened to last.
(actually i think the albumn was released in the 70's, but recorded in 60's... or somthing... bleh)
13th October 2003, 10:09
Originally posted by siddhartha_one
well, my dad gave me all his records last year.Do you have a record-player then? I wouldn't want my old man's collection - probably 2 or 3 Supremes albums (thanks but no thanks).... I have no respect for Diana Ross.
I do plan to own the whole Beatles back-catalogue, but it's a question of getting round to it. There are people constantly throwing good music in my path...
16th January 2004, 15:23
The whole Beatles discography.:)
18th January 2004, 11:08
I have about 5 Hendrix CD's and about 3 DVDs
18th January 2004, 11:24
What quality are the Hendrix CDs? Alot of his stuff sounds like it's played underwater. Shame really.:(
If only they had digital technology in the 60's....
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