Silence ain’t Golden, list your favourite album from 1969

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  1. Frank'n'censed

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    With the Golden Anniversary of The Moonwalk & Woodstock approaching, let’s not overlook, perhaps the greatest year of rock albums...after you
     
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    That's the year *I* came out. :(
     
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    Not that there’s anything wrong with that ;)
     
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    Led Zep II, too
     
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    I’m a big Zep fan, but ya, this one:

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    Arthur by the Kinks.

    Also my favourite album of all time.

    Let it Bleed and the Brown S/T by the Band also 1969 and easily in my top 10 and top 5 depending on the day. I think ZEP I was 68. Could be wrong.

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    led Zeppelin 2
     
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    Willy and the Poor Boys - Creedence Clearwater Revival. So many great songs, so much great guitar playing. And their third LP that year!

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    I've never tracked albums by their specific year of release, but I'm guessing the Stones might have released something that year.
     
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    We can't forget whatever album this came from. From all of the great music released in 1969, this was the Grammy's Song of Year.

     
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    Yessir. Let it Bleed. IMO their peak.

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    I saw It's a Beautiful Day at the Fillmore West in San Francisco in 1969 (New Years), not too long after I got home from Vietnam . They had a much better performance than Santana, who was also on the ticket.
     
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    Abbey Road
    Nashville Skyline
    Trout Mask Replica
    Hot Rats
    Umma Gumma
    Crosby Stills & Nash
    Live Dead

    Just a few.
     
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    Lots of great ones.....but for me, Nazz Nazz.....the red vinyl LP. Under The Ice changed my life.
    My high school band did a killer Kiddie Boy. I still pull that out of the bag on occasion.
     
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    No brainer....

     
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    Abbey Road, Hot Rats, Blind faith, LZII.....

    I was in gr9.... music was coming right at us, there was no better, best back then it was all good..:)
     
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    Damn, could never pick one...
    Plenty of great ones already, but I'll add:

    Blind Faith
    In a Silent way
    A Salty Dog
    Santana
    The ABB

    And for sheer success and the start of a huge career, might I suggest some children's music:


     
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