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TeamRock (UK) - The Top 30 British Blues Rock Albums of All Time (2007)

Postby StevieFan13 » Tue Nov 28, 2017 1:14 am

http://teamrock.com/feature/2007-03-23/ ... f-all-time
Don't know which magazine this was in, if any.
30. FRANKIE MILLER - The Rock (Chrysalis, 1975)
29. HUMBLE PIE - Safe As Yesterday Is (Immediate, 1969)
28. TASTE - On The Boards (Polydor, 1970)
27. SPOOKY TOOTH - Spooky Two (Island, 1969)
26. JUICY LUCY - Juicy Lucy (Vertigo, 1969)
25. CHICKEN SHACK - 40 Blue Fingers Freshly Packed And Ready To Serve (Blue Horizon, 1968)
24. MANFRED MANN - The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann (HMV, 1964)
23. BLIND FAITH - Blind Faith (Polydor, 1969)
22. GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION - There’s A Bond Between Us (Columbia, 1965)
21. BLODWYN PIG - Ahead Rings Out (Chrysalis, 1969)
20. ROBIN TROWER - Bridge Of Sighs (Chrysalis, 1974)
19. CLIMAX BLUES BAND - Plays On (Parlophone 1969)
18. SAVOY BROWN - Blue Matter (Decca, 1969)
17. THE GROUNDHOGS - Thank Christ For The Bomb (Liberty, 1970)
16. RORY GALLAGHER - Tattoo (RCA, 1973)
15. THEM - Them (Deram, 1965)
14. JOHN MAYALL & THE BLUESBREAKERS - A Hard Road (Decca, 1967)
13. BAD COMPANY - Bad Company (Island, 1974)
12. THE ANIMALS - The Animals (Columbia, 1964)
11. ALEXIS KORNER’S BLUES INCORPORATED - R&B From The Marquee (Ace Of Clubs, 1962)
10. FLEETWOOD MAC - Mr Wonderful (Blue Horizon, 1968)
9. FREE - Tons Of Sobs (Island, 1968)
8. JEFF BECK - Truth (Epic, 1968)
7. TEN YEARS AFTER - Undead (Deram, 1968)
6. YARDBIRDS - Five Live Yardbirds (Columbia, 1964)
5. THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE - Are You Experienced? (Track, 1967)
4. CREAM - Fresh Cream (Reaction, 1966)
3. ROLLING STONES - Rolling Stones No.2 (Decca, 1965)
2. LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin (Atlantic, 1969)
1. JOHN MAYALL & THE BLUESBREAKERS WITH ERIC CLAPTON - Bluesbreakers (Decca 1966)
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