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    the heck with '69 music
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    allow me to nominate '67 as the greatest album year ever

    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...-smile-199475/
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    1967 was a fine year...lots of other great albums not mentioned...
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    I'll see your 67 and raise 84

    Albums

    Bachman–Turner Overdrive Bachman–Turner Overdrive
    Bob Dylan Real Live
    Bon Jovi Bon Jovi
    Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.
    David Bowie Tonight
    Elton John Breaking Hearts
    Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth
    Madonna Like a Virgin
    Prince and The Revolution Purple Rain
    Robert Plant The Honeydrippers: Volume One
    Rod Stewart Camouflage
    Talking Heads Stop Making Sense
    The Kinks Word of Mouth
    The Pretenders Learning to Crawl
    The Rolling Stones Rewind (1971–1984)
    The Smiths The Smiths
    The Who Who's Last
    Tina Turner Private Dancer
    U2 The Unforgettable Fire
    Van Halen 1984

    Singles

    38 Special Back Where You Belong
    Billy Idol Flesh For Fantasy
    Billy Idol Rebel Yell
    Bon Jovi Runaway
    Bruce Springsteen Dancing in the Dark
    Bruce Springsteen Cover Me
    Bryan Adams Run to You
    Chicago You're the Inspiration
    Cyndi Lauper Time After Time
    David Bowie Blue Jean
    Don Henley The Boys of Summer
    Duran Duran Union Of The Snake
    Foreigner I Want to Know What Love Is
    Genesis That's All!
    Glenn Frey The Heat Is On
    Glenn Frey Smuggler's Blues
    Hall & Oates Method of Modern Love
    Huey Lewis & the News If This Is It
    John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band On the Dark Side
    John Cougar Mellencamp Pink Houses
    John Fogerty The Old Man Down the Road
    Julian Lennon Too Late for Goodbyes
    Kenny Loggins Footloose
    Madonna Like a Virgin
    Night Ranger Sister Christian
    Pat Benatar We Belong
    Phil Collins Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)
    Philip Bailey Easy Lover
    Prince and the Revolution Let's Go Crazy
    Prince and the Revolution Purple Rain
    REO Speedwagon Can't Fight This Feeling
    Rush Distant Early Warning
    Sammy Hagar I Can't Drive 55
    Scandal The Warrior
    Stephen Stills Stranger
    Steve Perry Oh Sherrie
    Tears for Fears Shout
    The Cars You Might Think
    The Cars Drive
    The Cars Magic
    The Fixx Deeper And Deeper
    The Kinks Do It Again
    The Motels Remember The Nights
    The Pretenders Middle Of The Road
    Thompson Twins Hold Me Now
    U2 Pride (In the Name of Love)
    Van Halen Jump
    Van Halen Panama
    ZZ Top Legs
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    Just happened on a PBS Previews Country Music show. I know some of you will be saying, eeeeewwwwwww, I don't like Country Music. That's okay, you'll be all right Well known documentary film-maker Ken Burns has produced an 8 session, 16 hour film on the History and Stories of American Country Music, which will show on PBS between September 15th and September 25th. It looks and sounds like it will be very well done !
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    ....aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnd gh manages to wipe out yet another weekend on youtube for me.
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    '84 is not raising the bet versus '67.
    '84 totally sucks compared to '67.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jc203 View Post
    '84 is not raising the bet versus '67.
    '84 totally sucks compared to '67.
    For sure! No comparison possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    allow me to nominate '67 as the greatest album year ever

    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...-smile-199475/
    I agree that 1967 was the greatest year ever for pop music
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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam1729 View Post
    I agree that 1967 was the greatest year ever for pop music
    Apparently we're both wrong.

    https://www.npr.org/2017/07/04/53553...ock-music-ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsb3 View Post
    Just happened on a PBS Previews Country Music show. I know some of you will be saying, eeeeewwwwwww, I don't like Country Music. That's okay, you'll be all right Well known documentary film-maker Ken Burns has produced an 8 session, 16 hour film on the History and Stories of American Country Music, which will show on PBS between September 15th and September 25th. It looks and sounds like it will be very well done !
    I'm not a big fan of the genre or maybe better said what's considered country today but I think a Ken Burns documentary on country music will be something I'll definitely watch.
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