Tue, 1 September 2020
I'm joined by guest Phil Stacey as we discuss our favorite albums of 1972.
- Recorded via Zoom
- Re-recording because of audio issues
- Missed the podcast's 14th birthday
- In '72, Phil turned 3, Jay turned 5
- Big tours going on: Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, McCartney
- Different concept of band longevity back then
- A lot of soft rock on the singles chart
- Phil's faves: Neil Young, Bowie, Elton, Stones, Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, War, Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, Lou Reed, Big Star, Stevie Wonder, Little Feat
- Pete Townshend's solo debut
- Jay's faves: Sabbath, Steely Dan, Stones, NY, Lou Reed, Big Star, T. Rex, Alice Cooper, Roxy Music, Bowie
- Favorite song from favorite album: "Jack Straw (live)" (Phil) and "Moonage Daydream" (Jay)
- Did audiences appreciate what they were seeing back then?
- Sometimes people have too much fun at shows
- Next time: 1973
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