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So I decided to listen to all the 1001 albums you must hear before you die in their entirety in order (they are presented in chronological order). And in order not to forget this experience, I decided to create this site which will include one post per album listened to.
At San Quentin – Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash – At San Quentin Johnny Cash, known as “The Man in Black,” is an undisputed icon of American music. Born on February 26, 1932, in Kingsland, Arkansas, he mad… Read More
Van Morrison – Astral Weeks George Ivan Morrison, known to the world as Van Morrison, was born on August 31, 1945, in the post-war tumult of Belfast. The son of a jazz record collec… Read More
Scott Walker – Scott 2 Born Noel Scott Engel on January 9, 1943, this American artist, who chose to build his career far from his homeland, in the United Kingdom, has left an indeli… Read More
Jeff Beck – Truth Jeff Beck, born Geoffrey Arnold Beck on June 24, 1944, established himself as a legend of the electric guitar. With a career spanning over five decades, Beck is ce… Read More
The Band – Music From Big Pink The Band, a Canadian quintet, remains a fascinating enigma, a collective that redefined the contours of rock with unmatched authenticity and integrity… Read More
Lady Soul : Aretha Franklin Born in Memphis but raised in Detroit, the home of Motown, Aretha grew up in a musical environment. Her father, Reverend C.L. Franklin, was a famous preacher w… Read More
Os Mutantes – Os Mutantes Os Mutantes, the iconic Brazilian band formed in 1966, remains a legendary figure in the history of psychedelic music and Tropicália. Founding membe… Read More
Traffic – TrafficTraffic, formed in 1967, remains one of the most iconic bands of British psychedelic and progressive rock. Led by Steve Winwood, a former member of the Spencer Davis… Read More
Sunshine Superman – DonovanLurking in the shadow of the giants of rock, Donovan is an often forgotten treasure of the 60s. This Scottish singer, with his gentle voice and bewitching m… Read More
Something Else – The KinksSeptember 1967. As the Summer of Love came to an end, leaving an indelible mark on musical culture, The Kinks offered the world “Something Else”… Read More
The Doors – The Doors The story of The Doors began in 1965 in Los Angeles, when two UCLA students, Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek, decided to form a band. They were joined by John De… Read More
The Who – The Who Sell Out In 1967, The Who were no longer the group of mods who had set the British rock scene alight with “My Generation” two years earlier. The band w… Read More
Cream – Disraeli Gears There are bands that make music history, and then there's Cream. An iconic British trio from the late 60s, made up of guitarist Eric Clapton, bassist Jack Bru… Read More
Love – Forever Changes In the rich history of psychedelic rock, there are works whose dazzling beauty transcends the boundaries of their genre and reaches universal significance. &l… Read More
The Monkees – Headquarters It's a delicate exercise to consider a critique of the Monkees, so much so that the American band seems to be part of a paradoxical duality. On the one ha… Read More
The Beau Brummels – Triangle Californian pop immediately brings to mind names like The Beach Boys or The Byrds. However, the birth of this emblematic musical trend of the 1960s owes… Read More
Love – Da Capo In the pantheon of 60s psychedelic rock, one name often stands out less than others: Love. Yet this Los Angeles band, led by the charismatic and tortured Arthur Lee… Read More
Moby Grape – Moby Grape There are some bands that, despite their undeniable talent, go down in history. Moby Grape, a psychedelic quintet from the Californian rock scene of the 1960… Read More
Nico – Chelsea Girl Nico, whose real name was Christa Päffgen, remains a captivating and enigmatic figure in modern music. Despite her untimely death in 1988, she remains an ic… Read More
Astrud Gilberto – Beach Samba In the Brazilian musical landscape, rich in samba and bossa nova rhythms and vibrant voices, one name resonates with a special sweetness: Astrud Gilber… Read More
Nina Simone – Wild Is The Wind To evoke Nina Simone is to call upon a mythical figure of 20th century music, an artist whose influence transcends genres and generations. Known as th… Read More
The Rolling Stones – Aftermath In 1966, the Rolling Stones, already considered the enfants terribles of rock, were about to take a bold turn in their career. That year, the psychede… Read More
The Kinks – Face To Face The Kinks, an iconic British rock band, shaped the musical landscape of the 1960s and 1970s, leaving behind a rich and varied discography. Often overlooked… Read More
The Monks – Black Monk Time Few bands in the history of music can claim to have created a sound as unique and captivating as The Monks. Hailing from the United States and active in… Read More
Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde By the time ‘Blonde on Blonde’ was released in 1966, Bob Dylan was already a major figure on the American folk scene. With this album, he co… Read More
The Byrds – Fifth Dimension The Byrds, the American rock band formed in 1964 in Los Angeles, are back in this list of the 1001 albums you must have listened to in your life. They we… Read More
Fred Neil – Fred Neil Fred Neil, American singer and songwriter, is a hidden treasure of 60’s folk music. And a completely new discovery for me, even though the tune of the so… Read More
Pet sounds – The Beach Boys In 1966, the Beach Boys reached new heights with the release of their album ‘Pet Sounds’, which became a pop music classic. In this blog post… Read More
Revolver – The Beatles 1966 marked an unprecedented artistic transformation and musical evolution for the Beatles. During this year, the Beatles explored new territories and expande… Read More
The Who – My Generation The Who are undoubtedly one of the most iconic rock bands in history. Formed in London in 1964, this legendary quartet marked the golden age of British rock… Read More
Mr. Tambourine Man – The Byrds The Byrds, the American band that made rock history, emerged in the 1960s. They created a unique and inimitable sound by blending folk, rock and pop… Read More
Bert Jansch – Bert Jansch Bert Jansch, whom I did not know at all, was born on 3 November 1943 in Glasgow and died on 5 October 2011. Bert Jansch is an iconic figure in British folk… Read More
The Beatles – Rubber Soul By 1965, the Beatles had become a worldwide phenomenon. They had released three successful albums in the United States and their popularity continued to gr… Read More
B. B. King – Live at the Regal B. B. King, whose real name is Riley B. King, was born in 1925 in Mississippi. He has become one of the most influential artists in music history, wit… Read More
A Love Supreme – John Coltrane John Coltrane, born on September 23, 1926 and died on July 17, 1967, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer, considered one of the greatest jaz… Read More

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