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EVERYONE’S A WINNER – The best twenty albums in the greatest year for rock

1971 – With the demise of The Beatles the previous year, were the Rolling Stones, The Who and Led Zeppelin trying to fill the void or reached a stage they could match the Fabs on their own terms? The Kinks…
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IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR – in 1971 rock music reaches its peak.

Career peaks for Led Zeppelin, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell and Rod Stewart – in 1971 popular music reached its high water mark. On a recent flight to Alicante from the UK I read a magazine article making the case for 1966 being…
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BEEN TO SEE THEM/SHAME YOU WON’T – SAMTIMONIOUS.com selects its 10 favourite live acts and laments 10 it never saw.

SAMTIMONIOUS.com THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS…………………. THE WHO The Greatest Live Band Of All Time – astonishing to think ‘Live At Leeds’ wasn’t even the best night The Who ever had. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Three hour (at least) marathons that…
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TAKE IT EASY – Samtimonious.com kicks back with Ten great summer albums

FRANK SINATRA – Songs For Swingin’ Lovers; Keep the heat under control with the coolest album ever made. As his buddy Dino said: ‘It’s Frank’s world – we just live in it.’ EAGLES – Hotel California; From the warm smell…
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