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Ron Wood – I’ve Got My Own Album To Do

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Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do       'I've Got My Own Album To Do' is the first solo album by Ron Wood, released in September 1974. An all-star project recorded outside of his activities with the Faces, the t...

Colin Blunstone – Journey

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Colin Blunstone - Journey       Robin Platts: 'Colin Blunstone's third solo outing is not as consistent as his first two, but its best moments are easily on par with the best tracks on One Year and Ennismore. This ti...

Gryphon – Red Queen to Gryphon Three

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      Mike DeGagne: 'Red Queen to Gryphon Three is only available coupled with the Raindance album on the same disc, but it has stood the test of time as an excellent progressive rock piece. The album centers around a...

Bob James – One

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Bob James - One Jazz/Funk. 1974. 'One of the earliest entries in the smooth jazz genre, featuring players Gene McDaniels, Grover Washington, Steve Gadd, Idris Muhammed, and a deep horn section, perhaps most noteable ...

Eric Clapton – 461 Ocean boulevard

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Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean boulevard Stephen Thomas Erlewine: '461 Ocean Boulevard is Eric Clapton's second studio solo album, arriving after his side project of Derek and the Dominos and a long struggle with heroin ad...

Hatfield and the North – Hatfield and the North

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Hatfield and the North - Hatfield and the North AMG Review: One of the Canterbury scene's most revered bands, Hatfield and the North made up for the brevity of their career with some fascinating music. Always adventu...

Gene Clark – No Other

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      Thom Jurek: 'Upon its release in 1974, Gene Clark's No Other was soundly reviled as an exercise in studio and financial excess, a critical and commercial failure -- it was pop music's Heaven's Gate. However, a s...

Gram Parsons – Grievous Angels

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Gram Parsons - Grievous Angels AMG Review: Gram Parsons fondness for drugs and high living are said to have been catching up with him while he was recording Grievous Angel, and sadly he wouldn't live long enough to s...

Bad Company – Bad Company Album

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Bad Company - Bad Company Album AMG Review: Bad Company's 1974 self-titled release stands as one of the most important and accomplished debut hard rock albums from the '70s. Though hardly visionary, it was one of the...

George Benson – Bad Benson

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George Benson - Bad Benson AMG Review: Preceding Breezin', his crossover smash for Warner in 1976, George Benson - Bad Benson shows the guitarist still hanging on to his Wes Montgomery roots in places while stretchin...

Yes – Tales from Topographic Oceans

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Yes - Tales from Topographic Oceans AMG Review: Four decades after its release, this is still the most controversial record in Yes' output. Tales from Topographic Oceans was the place where Yes either fulfilled all o...

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Second Helping

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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: " Lynyrd Skynyrd wrote the book on Southern rock with their first album, so it only made sense that they followed it for their second album, aptly titled...

Neil Young – On the Beach

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Neil Young - On the Beach Neil Young - On the Beach is the fifth studio album by Neil Young, released in 1974. It was unavailable on compact disc until it was released as a HDCD-encoded remastered version on August 1...

Lou Reed – Rock N Roll Animal

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Lou Reed - Rock N Roll Animal AMG Review: In 1974, after the commercial disaster of his album Berlin, Lou Reed needed a hit, and Lou Reed - Rock N Roll Animal was a rare display of commercial acumen on his part, just...

Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway

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Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway AMG review: Given all the overt literary references of Selling England by the Pound, along with their taste for epic suites such as "Supper's Ready," it was only a matter of t...

Sparks – Kimono My House

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Sparks - Kimono My House Sparks - Kimono My House is the third album by American rock band Sparks. The album was released in May 1974 and is considered to be their commercial breakthrough album AMG review: Arguab...

Kraftwerk – Autobahn

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Kraftwerk - Autobahn Jerry McCulley:  'Though they'd recorded three previous albums, Kraftwerk's modern pop legacy starts with the sounds of a few footsteps and a slamming car door--the beginning of a 22-minute music...