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    1967 is a watershed time. I doubt it's coincidence that musicians had started experimenting with LSD around then. Nobody would have understood psychedelic music before then. Just as many now don't anymore.

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    Not much bothered about the 'Stones pre 'Beggar's Banquet'.

    Not much bothered about the Beatles at all. Not got any of their records.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    The only music I really like pre 1967 is some jazz and some big band stuff. And Sinatra. The rest is either too tame or too 'of its time' for me.
    You really should 'educate yourself' and get into classical music. In that respect, 1967 is considerably modern!

    Also, sonically, some of the best recordings ever produced on vinyl, were done in the late 50s - jazz music in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Not much bothered about the 'Stones pre 'Beggar's Banquet'.

    Not much bothered about the Beatles at all. Not got any of their records.
    What about The Doors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane View Post
    The whole concept of age stereotyping frankly terrifies me. I have an awful image of myself in thirty years time aged 96 sitting in a decrepit group of drooling geriatric baby-boomers whilst some eager millennial plays the Bay City Rollers and David Cassidy to us in the fond hope that they’ll dredge up happy memories of our lost youth and reconnect us to reality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What about The Doors?

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    First album is 1967
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    You really should 'educate yourself' and get into classical music. In that respect, 1967 is considerably modern!

    Also, sonically, some of the best recordings ever produced on vinyl, were done in the late 50s - jazz music in particular.

    Marco.
    Can't get into classical. I've tried. I did mention that jazz, Sinatra and big band were my exceptions to the 1967 thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Can't get into classical.
    Why? I'm curious. Up until 10 years ago, I was the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    First album is 1967
    Pink Floyd, Mothers of Invention (Zappa), Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Bob Dylan, The Who? Any of that pre-1967 music float ya boat?

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    This is also a fab album, from 1966:





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