All of the five-star rated albums (as reviewed by a certain music magazine that gathers no moss).
2006-04-17 – Added ALBUM: Pure Genius: The Complete Atlantic Recordings; ARTIST: Ray Charles.
2006-04-17 – Added ALBUM: Original Greatest Hits; ARTIST: B.B. King.
2005-07-04 – Initially published.
- 1957-1959; ALBUM: Cadence Classics; ARTIST: The Everly Brothers
- 1956; ALBUM: We Travel the Spaceways/Bad and Beautiful; ARTIST: Sun Ra
- 1956; ALBUM: Super-Sonic Jazz; ARTIST: Sun Ra
- 1956-1984; ALBUM: Star Time; ARTIST: James Brown
- 1956-1977; ALBUM: ELV1S 30 #1 Hits; ARTIST: Elvis Presley
- 1955-1973; ALBUM: 3-CD Chess Boxed Set; ARTIST: Chuck Berry
- 1952-1959; ALBUM: Pure Genius: The Complete Atlantic Recordings; ARTIST: Ray Charles
- 1949-1964; ALBUM: Original Greatest Hits; ARTIST: B.B. King
- 1948-1958; ALBUM: 20th Century Masters; ARTIST: Muddy Waters
- 1933-1958; ALBUM: Billie Holiday; ARTIST: Billie Holiday
- 1925-1928; ALBUM: The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings; ARTIST: Louis Armstrong
One Reply to “* Rolling Stone Five-Star Rated (Mostly Rock) Albums: The 1950s, 1940s, 1930s, 1920s”
Rolling Stone now has a partial feed for its reviews, so put a fork in it, because it’s done. This will be one of my last updates on this topic. Here’s another 5-star review from Rolling Stone:
* Buddy Holly – Not Fade Away: The Complete Studio Recordings And More
Don’t be surprised if the URL doesn’t work.