The Greatest Albums Of 1968

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1968 Was The Beginning Of A New Era For Rock Music


This was the year were a lot of bands pushed the boundaries and further their exploration in creating new music and dug through their roots to make the sound of rock n’ roll even more better.

We look back at “The Greatest Albums Of 1968.”

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1. Beggars Banquet – The Rolling Stones

The album that gave us some of The Rolling Stones best tracks such as Sympathy For The Devil.

2. Electric Ladyland – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Jimi knew we weren’t experienced enough from the “Are You Experienced” album, so he made another one to give us the experience he always wanted us to have.

3. Sweetheart of the Rodeo – The Byrds

Classic stuff and Clarence White was in it – and he’s the only one who can use that B-bender like no one else.

4. Bookends – Simon & Garfunkel

The album that basically tells the story of our youth.

5. The White Album – The Beatles

One of the most timeless records ever released – George Martin deserves a lot of credit for being responsible for the Beatles reaching such a feat.

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