Ten essential albums of the 1960s


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Do Right Woman, Do Right Man by Aretha Franklin on Grooveshark

9. Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
While much was happening in the druggy-pop world of Britain, soul was going through its own innovative revolution in America. Previous to this record, Franklin's wild, gospel-blues flavor had been kept subdued by Columbia Records -- after she switched to Atlantic, producer Jerry Wexler unleashed the creative animal in Franklin, giving her an unprecedented amount of control, leading to solid hits like "Respect," "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man," and "A Change Is Gonna Come."


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Simone-Elise Charles
Simone-Elise Charles

jesus christ superstar, with deep purple and cream. aqualung, jethro tull...oh that's the 70's never mind.

Kyle Hartman
Kyle Hartman

I could go on and on but to name a few.... The Zombies- Odessey and Oracle King Crimson- In the Court of the Crimson King

Drew Schaefer
Drew Schaefer

In the Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson: 1969)

Joey Buhrer
Joey Buhrer

Oh wait, you did mean essential albums for people in their 60's, right?

a94buff
a94buff

The Doors seems like an oversight.

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