The Newt’s 300 Best Rock Albums of the 1970s

By Steve Newton

You had to be there.


Abraxas: Santana (“Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen”, “Oye Coma Va”, “Samba Pa Ti”) 1970

A Day at the Races: Queen (“Tie Your Mother Down”, “Somebody to Love”, “Long Away”) 1976

Aerosmith: Aerosmith (“Make It”, “Dream On”, “Mama Kin”) 1973

After the Gold Rush: Neil Young (“Tell Me Why”, “Southern Man”, “When You Dance I Can Really Love”) 1971

Against the Grain: Rory Gallagher (“Bought and Sold”, “Out on the Western Plain”, “Lost at Sea”) 1975

Agents of Fortune: Blue Oyster Cult (“[Don’t Fear] the Reaper”, “Sinful Love”, “The Revenge of Vera Gemini”) 1976

AjaSteely Dan (“Peg”, “Deacon Blues”, “Josie”) 1977

Aladdin Sane: David Bowie (“Watch That Man”, “Panic in Detroit”, “Cracked Actor”) 1973

All the Young Dudes: Mott the Hoople (“Sweet Jane”, “One of the Boys”, “Mama’s Little Jewel”) 1972

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