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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 02:02 PM
no youtube this time 'round....just alist of some good music from 71'
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ABB-Fillmore East
Sticky Fingers-The Stones
Who's Next-The Who
Killer-Alice Cooper
What's Going On-Marvin Gaye
IV-Zeppelin
Teaser and Firecat-Cat Stevens
There's A Riot Going On-Sly & The Family Stone
Ram-Paul Mc Cartney
Imagine-John Lennon
Stormcock-Roy Harper
LA Woman-The Doors
A tribute to Jack Johnson-Miles Davos
Muswell Hillbillies-The Kinks
Aqualung-Jethro Tull
Electric Warrior-T Rex
In The Land of Gray and Pink-Caravan
Maggot Brain-Funkadelic
Blue-Joni Mitchell
Tarkus-ELP
A Nod As Good As A wink...To A Blind Horse-The Faces
Pearl-Janis Joplin
Strret Corner Talking=Savoy Brown
Hooker N Heat-John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat
Weather Reprt-Weather Report
Tapestry-Carol King
Master Of Reality-Black Sabath
A Space In Time-10 Years After
Madmen Across The Water-Elton John
Meddle-Pink Floyd
Nursery Crime-Genesis
The Yes Album-YES
III-Santana
Longplayer-Faces



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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 03:15 PM
One glaring omission from your list

Leon Russell and the Shelter People

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 03:34 PM
1971 was a VERY good year for music. Your list and Bill's Shelter People and here's some more releases from '71 (had to look these up as I have no way of remembering what year an album is released...at least not that far back):

200 Motels - Frank Zappa
4 Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
Bark - Jefferson Airplane
Concert for Bangladesh - George Harrison & Friends
Bonnie Riatt - Bonnie Riatt
Blue Oyster Cult - Blue Oyster Cult
Carly Simon, Anticipation - Carly Simon
Chicago III - Chicago
Boz Scaggs & Band, Moments - Boz Scaggs
Cry of Love - Jimi Hendrix
Crazy Horse - Crazy Horse
Farther Along - Byrds
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - ELP
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour - Moody Blues
Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart
Fireball - Deep Purple
Free - Free Live
Hunky Dory - David Bowie
If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby
Love It To Death - Alice Cooper
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Welcome To The Canteen - Traffic
Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - Who
The Morning After - J Geils Band
Motel Shot - Delaney & Bonnie and Friends
Tupelo Honey - Van Morrison
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John
Starsailor - Tim Buckley
Stephen Stills 2
What About Me - Quicksilver Messenger Service
Wildlife - Mott the Hoople
War - War
ZZ Top's First Album
Tea for the Tillerman - Cat Stevens
Sun, Moon, & Herbs - Dr. John
Songs for Begineers - Graham Nash
Rock On - Humble Pie
Relics - Pink Floyd
Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain
NRPS - NRPS
Mudslide Slim & the Blue Horizon - James Taylor
Live at Massey Hall - Neil Young
Little Feat - Little Feat
Johnny Winter Live
John Prine - John Prine
First Pull Up, Then Pull Down - Hot Tuna
Edgar Winter's White Trash
Broken Barricades - Procol Harum

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 03:42 PM
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1971 was a VERY good year for music. Your list and Bill's Shelter People and here's some more releases from '71 (had to look these up as I have no way of remembering what year an album is released...at least not that far back):

200 Motels - Frank Zappa
4 Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
Bark - Jefferson Airplane
Concert for Bangladesh - George Harrison & Friends
Bonnie Riatt - Bonnie Riatt
Blue Oyster Cult - Blue Oyster Cult
Carly Simon, Anticipation - Carly Simon
Chicago III - Chicago
Boz Scaggs & Band, Moments - Boz Scaggs
Cry of Love - Jimi Hendrix
Crazy Horse - Crazy Horse
Farther Along - Byrds
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - ELP
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour - Moody Blues
Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart
Fireball - Deep Purple
Free - Free Live
Hunky Dory - David Bowie
If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby
Love It To Death - Alice Cooper
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Welcome To The Canteen - Traffic
Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy - Who
The Morning After - J Geils Band
Motel Shot - Delaney & Bonnie and Friends
Tupelo Honey - Van Morrison
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John
Starsailor - Tim Buckley
Stephen Stills 2
What About Me - Quicksilver Messenger Service
Wildlife - Mott the Hoople
War - War
ZZ Top's First Album
Tea for the Tillerman - Cat Stevens
Sun, Moon, & Herbs - Dr. John
Songs for Begineers - Graham Nash
Rock On - Humble Pie
Relics - Pink Floyd
Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain
NRPS - NRPS
Mudslide Slim & the Blue Horizon - James Taylor
Live at Massey Hall - Neil Young
Little Feat - Little Feat
Johnny Winter Live
John Prine - John Prine
First Pull Up, Then Pull Down - Hot Tuna
Edgar Winter's White Trash
Broken Barricades - Procol Harum


Leon came to me quickly, I've been listening to a lot of Leon lately. You listed some of my favorite albums there that I highlighted. Leon & the Shelter People, ZZ Tops First Album and Johnny Winter And, Live are on my personal top 10 of time list

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 03:58 PM
Many of these were actually from 1970.

4 Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young is more 1970 as the shows were recorded then
Chicago III is also from 1970
Cry of Love - Jimi Hendrix was recorded in 1970 as he didnít survive the year.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer debut was released in November 1970
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John was released in October 1970
What About Me - Quicksilver Messenger Service December 1970
ZZ Top's First Album December 1970
Tea for the Tillerman - Cat Stevens November 1970
Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain December 1970

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:04 PM
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Many of these were actually from 1970.

4 Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young is more 1970 as the shows were recorded then
Chicago III is also from 1970
Cry of Love - Jimi Hendrix was recorded in 1970 as he didnít survive the year.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer debut was released in November 1970
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John was released in October 1970
What About Me - Quicksilver Messenger Service December 1970
ZZ Top's First Album December 1970
Tea for the Tillerman - Cat Stevens November 1970
Nantucket Sleighride - Mountain December 1970
#%!@&!! Wikipedia!!! LOL ... like I said...no way for me to remember so I checked Wikipedia for albums released in 1971 and that's where I came up with the extras. There were plenty more in their list but I just pulled out the one's I could remember listening to. Thanks!

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:19 PM
I know my list is incomplete....I went through alot of lmy lps looking at lil tiny numbers. The groovy part was listening to some stuff I hadn't through on the turntable for awhile.
Now I am glad that snow kept me from driving my Frieghtliner over the Sierra Nevada range early in the A>M....got to get into some kewl tunes

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:24 PM
I'd like to add one of my favorite LP's to the list :::

Black Oak Arkansas

ATCO SD33-54 (1971)



SIDE ONE Uncle Lijiah (3:17) Memories at the Window (3:05) The Hills of Arkansas (3:45) I Could Love You (6:10)

SIDE TWO Hot and Nasty (2:55) Singing the Blues (2:17) Lord Have Mercy on My Soul (6:15) When Electricity Came to Arkansas (4:26)

All selections except "singing The Blues" written and arranged by BLACK OAK ARKANSAS. Published by Far Fetched Music (ASCAP). PRODUCED BY LEE DORMAN & MIKE PINERA. Executive Producers: Sheldon Krechman & Lee Weisel. Recorded at Paramamount Recording Studios & *Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, Calif. Engineers: Brian Bruderlin, *Stan Ross. Remixed by Jay Senter and Doc Siegel.

 

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I know my list is incomplete....I went through alot of lmy lps looking at lil tiny numbers. The groovy part was listening to some stuff I hadn't through on the turntable for awhile. Now I am glad that snow kept me from driving my Frieghtliner over the Sierra Nevada range early in the A>M....got to get into some kewl tunes
I love going through my albums because then I'm always listening to my history it seems (and a lot of stuff I had then I haven't gotten on CD yet).

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:29 PM
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I haven't gotten on CD yet

alot of stuff isn't available on CD and lp's sound better (at least in my ears)

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:30 PM
you forgot the first candlemass album - sh*t sandwich
 

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you forgot the first candlemass album - sh*t sandwich
oh no you didn't!!!

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:34 PM
I can't find anywhere what year Joe Cocker Mad dogs and Englishmen came out. There's no copyright date on my LP or the Cd. And I couldn't find it online. As proved in this thread you can't always trust wikipedia

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 04:35 PM
I prefer the first Candlebox cd to anything by Candlemass

 

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A true craptactular masterpiece

 

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1971 was a great year for the Grateful Dead. They had their double album Skulls & Roses, but also had a lot of songs that stayed in their repertoire until the end. Seems like every show they did since then had at least one or two songs that debuted in 1971:

BERTHA
PLAYING IN THE BAND
LOSER
DEAL
GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
WHARF RAT
BROWN EYED WOMEN
PROMISED LAND
SUGAREE
TENNESSEE JED
MEXICALI BLUES
BIG RIVER
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
COMES A TIME
JOHNNY B. GOODE

 

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1971 was a great year for the Grateful Dead. They had their double album Skulls & Roses,


I got most of my Dead lps ouit in the shop...probably why I didn't have that on the list I posted. I really dig that album tons.

 

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I can't find anywhere what year Joe Cocker Mad dogs and Englishmen came out. There's no copyright date on my LP or the Cd. And I couldn't find it online. As proved in this thread you can't always trust wikipedia


http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/joe_cocker/mad_dogs_and_englishmen/

These guys are a pretty reliable source

 

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I can't find anywhere what year Joe Cocker Mad dogs and Englishmen came out. There's no copyright date on my LP or the Cd. And I couldn't find it online. As proved in this thread you can't always trust wikipedia


http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/joe_cocker/mad_dogs_and_englishmen/

These guys are a pretty reliable source


That's probably right. I meant to put in my previous post that the movie came out in 71

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 07:08 PM
Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishman double LP album came out in 1970 as well. I believe it came out in August, at the same time as Eric Clapton's debut LP, which featured many of the same musicians.

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 07:33 PM
Hey James.

Love reading this thread. Truth be told, most of the music I love was made between'65 and '73. Indeed most of the music and artist I like today, I feel their music could have been made between '65 and '73. Call me "old school" if you will, but I believe something terrible happen when "rock and roll" became "rock". Hate to say it. but there are very, very few artists that still know how to "rock and rolll". Unfortunately, I think many people around here don't know the difference, but I suspect you do, and know what I saying and where I'm coming from.

 
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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 08:00 PM
hey Fred

I know what you mean....it is fun being me (A head banging deadhead)

trying to figure out what year and how I'm gonna approach the next year in your ear.
The you tube version for 77' was alot for people to absorb and this one for 71' was kinda/sorta vague. Wanna make it easier to contribute and not be to big a hassle to read.

 

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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 08:10 PM
cleaneduphippy - I related to your post 100% re: musical era's...if you are old school, then so am I.

 

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trying to figure out what year and how I'm gonna approach the next year in your ear. The you tube version for 77' was alot for people to absorb and this one for 71' was kinda/sorta vague. Wanna make it easier to contribute and not be to big a hassle to read.


Well James,

You might want to try "67 or '68. Unbelievable the amount of music and the creativity in music that came out in those two years. In a lot of ways, these two years was when "rock and roll" hit it's peak. Of ciourse, you know all of this.

[Edited on 12/18/2007 by cleaneduphippy]

 
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  posted on 12/17/2007 at 08:36 PM
1971 Wow! I was front row and center for that year -19 going on twenty. The war was still on and Altamont legal crap was getting real, Eltonís "your song" was every where and Jesus Christ Superstar was huge. Morrison died and Duane tooÖ.

Kenny Rogers sold 4 million and Donna summer and electric light came on the scene along with Killer by A cooper. I liked the Grin album and Jack Bruce Harmony row- black Sabbath attacked us with a few, Masters of reality along with the doors without Jim released other voices, liked it, and the Yes album was a surprise. Lennon released imagine (wow! it never hit number 1) traffic got a second wind with" high heel boys "and little feat debuted!!!

Rod ruined the faces by having a huge hit with" every picture tells a story"-loved that and the Rascals tried to be hip and they were with "peaceful world". By late 71 fillmore and layla from 70 were picking up steam and I liked my last Zeppelin album....


 

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