Hot off “Ode to Billie Joe,” Bobbie Gentry took her Southern roots to the next level with her concept album, “The Delta Sweete.”
Singer Phil May helmed one of the proto-punk groups of the 60s, Pretty Things. David Bowie called him “God.” The Clash, The Ramones, and Nirvana agreed.
When The Who dropped “Tommy” in May of ’69, it was unlike anything in rock. Five decades on, it still astounds.
Our post ranking The Who’s top studio albums generated some fierce debate. Now, we present your choices for the band’s top 5 albums.