THIS year marks the 50th anniversary of the moment when humankind reached peak music. In the glorious year of 1971, the Rolling Stones released Sticky Fingers, The Who gave us Who's Next, and Led Zeppelin issued what became known as Led Zep IV. And that was just the tip of the iceberg. In the same year, we had Hunky Dory from David Bowie, Aqualung by Jethro Tull, Every Picture Tells A Story by Rod Stewart, Meddle from Pink Floyd, Electric Warrior from T.Rex and LA Woman from The Doors. Every time I turned on my crackly little radio in that wondrous year, I was presented with yet another song that I just knew would be an all-time classic. It was like we were living in a hailstorm of rock. And I haven't even got to the Yes Album yet. Or John Lennon , who released Imagine. All this stuff is now 50 years old and yet my kids — and yours, I bet — are still listening to it. And it's not hard to see why, as the No1 slot last week was occupied by Lil Nas X with a song called Montero (Call Me By Your Name). Other acts… Read full this story
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