1971- The Greatest Year in Rock

Saturday 1st July 2017
Rock ’n’ roll teens reaching adulthood, professional, innovative musicians and producers pushing boundaries, the pinnacle of analogue recording technology.
We spent the afternoon reviewing a varied selection of tracks to decide if this was indeed, the greatest year in the history of rock music.
Music used at the event:
Part 1:
1 Bill Withers Just as I am Ain’t No Sunshine
2 Carole King Tapestry I feel the Earth Move
3 James Taylor Mud Slide Slim & the Blue Horizon You’ve Got a Friend
4 George Harrison Concert for Bangladesh While my Guitar Gently Weeps
5 Faces A Nod’s as Good as Wink to a Blind Horse Miss Judy’s Farm
6 The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers Bitch
7 Nick Drake Bryter Layter At the Chime of the City Clock
8 The Doors L.A. Woman Been Down So Long
9 Janis Joplin Pearl Mercades Benz
Part 2:
10 David Bowie Hunky Dory Life on Mars
11 Don McLean American Pie Vincent
12 Elton John Madman Across the Water Madman Across the Water
13 Jethro Tull Aqualung Locomotive Breath
14 The Who Who’s Next Baba O’Riley
15 Led Zeppelin IV (the fourth album) – officially untitled Stairway to Heaven
16 Cat Stevens Teaser and the Fire Cat The Wind

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