Chosen records II: 1960s

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- 13th Floor Elevators, The psychedelic sounds of 13th Floor Elevators (Sunspots, 1966);
- MC5, Kick out the jams (Wrong, 1969);
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, O canto e as armas (Orfeu, 1969);
- Afterglow, Afterglow (Sundazed, 1968);
- Al Wilson, Searching for the dolphins (Soul City, 1969);
- Alexander "Skip" Spence, Oar (Sundazed, 1969);
- Amon Düül II, Phallus Dei (Liberty, 1969);
- Andrew Hill, Point of departure (Blue Note, 1964);
- Andromeda, Andromeda (Angel Air, 1969);
- António Carlos Jobim, Wave (Polygram, 1967);
- Arcadium, Breathe awhile (Akarma, 1969);
- Archie Shepp, Kwanza (Impulse, 1969);
- Argent, Argent (BSO, 1969);
- Art, Supernatural fairy tales (Fontana, 1969);
- Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers, A night in Tunisia (EMI, 1960);
- Arthur Brown, The crazy world of Arthur Brown (Polydor, 1967);
- Arzachel, Arzachel (Akarma, 1969);
- The Association, Renaissance (Collectors’ Choice Music, 1967);
- Astrud Gilberto, Beach samba (Verve, 1967);
- Bakerloo, Bakerloo (Akarma, 1969);
- The Band, Music from big pink (Capitol, 1968);
- The Band, The Band (Toshiba, 1969);
- The Battered Ornaments, A meal we can shake hands with in the dark (Repertoire, 1969);
- The Beach Boys, Surfin' safari (Capitol, 1962);
- The Beach Boys, Surfer girl (Capitol, 1963);
- The Beach Boys, Little deuce coupe (Capitol, 1963);
- The Beach Boys, Today (Capitol, 1965);
- The Beach Boys, Pet sounds (Capitol, 1966);
- The Beach Boys, Smiley smile (Capitol, 1967);
- The Beach Boys, Wild honey (Capitol, 1968);
- The Beach Boys, Friends (Capitol, 1968);
- The Beach Boys, 20/20 (Capitol, 1969);
- The Beatles, A hard day’s night (Parlophone, 1964);
- The Beatles, Help! (Parlophone, 1965);
- The Beatles, Rubber soul (Parlophone, 1965);
- The Beatles, Revolver (Parlophone, 1966);
- The Beatles, Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (EMIv);
- The Beatles, Magical mystery tour (EMI, 1967);
- The Beatles, The Beatles (Apple, 1968);
- The Beatles, Abbey Road (Apple, 1969);
- Bee Gees, First (RSO, 1967);
- Bee Gees, Horizontal (Polydor, 1968);
- Bee Gees, Odessa (Polydor, 1969);
- Bert Jansch, Bert Jansch (Transatlantic, 1965);
- Big Brother & The Holding Company, Cheap thrills (Columbia, 1968);
- Bill Evans Trio, Sunday at the Village Vanguard (Riverside, 1961);
- Bill Evans Trio, Waltz for Debby (Riverside, 1961);
- Billy Nicholls, Would you believe (Castle, 1968);
- Blind Faith, Blind Faith (Polydor, 1969);
- Blodwyn Pig, Ahead rings out (BGO, 1969);
- Blonde On Blonde, Contrasts (Sanctuary, 1969);
- Blood, Sweat & Tears, Child is father to the man (Columbia, 1968);
- Blood, Sweat & Tears, Blood, Sweat & Tears (Columbia, 1969);
- Blue Cheer, Vincebus eruptum (Universal, 1967);
- Blue Cheer, New! Improved! (Akarma, 1969);
- Blue Mitchell, The thing to do (Blue Note, 1964);
- The Blues Magoos, Psychedelic lollipop (Repertoire, 1966);
- Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan (Columbia, 1962);
- Bob Dylan, The freewheelin´ Bob Dylan (Columbia, 1963);
- Bob Dylan, The times they are a-changin' (Columbia, 1964);
- Bob Dylan, Another side of Bob Dylan (Columbia, 1964);
- Bob Dylan, Bringing it all back home (Columbia, 1965);
- Bob Dylan, Highway 61 Revisted (Columbia, 1965);
- Bob Dylan, Blonde on blonde (Columbia, 1966);
- Bob Dylan, Nashville skyline (Columbia, 1969);
- Bobby Hutcherson, Dialogue (Blue Note, 1965);
- The Bonzo Dog Band, Gorilla (BGO, 1967);
- Booker T. & the MG's, Green onions (Atlantic, 1962);
- Brian Auger & The Trinity, Definitely what!... (Disconforme, 1969);
- Bridget St. John, Ask me no questions (Cherry Red, 1969);
- Buddy Emmons, Steel guitar jazz (Verve/Mercury, 1963);
- Buffalo Springfield, Buffalo Springfield (Atco, 1966);
- Buffalo Springfield, Again (ATCO, 1967);
- The Byrds, Mr. Tambourine Man (Columbia, 1965);
- The Byrds, Turn! Turn! Turn! (Columbia, 1965);
- The Byrds, Fifth dimension (Columbia, 1966);
- The Byrds, Younger than yesterday (Columbia, 1967);
- The Byrds, The notorious Byrd brothers (Columbia, 1968);
- The Byrds, Sweetheart of the rodeo (Columbia, 1968);
- The Byrds, Dr. Byrds and Mr. Hyde (Columbia, 1969);
- The Byrds, Ballad of Easy Rider (Columbia, 1969);
- Can, Monster movie (Spoon, 1969);
- Canned Heat, Boogie with Canned Heat (EMI, 1968);
- Canned Heat, Living the blues (Akarma, 1968);
- Canned Heat, Hallelujah (BGO, 1969);
- Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Mercy, mercy, mercy! Live at The Club (Capitol, 1967);
- Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Safe as milk (Buddah, 1967);
- Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Strictly personal (Liberty, 1968);
- Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Trout mask replica (Reprise, 1969);
- Caravan, Caravan (Verve, 1968);
- Charles Mingus, The black saint and the sinner lady (Impulse!, 1963);
- Charles Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus (Impulse!, 1963);
- Charlie Haden, Liberation Music Orchestra (Impulse! , 1969);
- Chicago, Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia, 1969);
- Chick Corea, Inner space (Atlantic, 1967);
- Chick Corea, Sundance (Charly, 1969);
- Chicken Shack, O.K. Ken? (Blue Horizon, 1969);
- Count Basie/Sarah Vaughan, Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan (Capitol, 1961);
- Clark Hutchinson, A=MH2 (Repertoire, 1969);
- Climax Blues Band, Plays on (C-Five, 1969);
- Clouds, The clouds scrapbook (BGO, 1969);
- Colosseum, Those who are about to die salute you (Fontana, 1969);
- Colosseum, Valentyne Suite (Castle, 1969);
- Cream, Fresh cream (Polydor, 1966);
- Cream, Disraeli gears (Polydor, 1967);
- Cream, Wheels of fire (Polydor, 1968);
- Creation, We are paintermen (Repertoire, 1967);
- Creedence Clearwater Revival, Creedence Clearwater Revival (Fantasy, 1968);
- Crosby, Stills & Nash, Crosby, Stills & Nash (Atlantic, 1969);
- David Ackles, David Ackles (Elektra, 1968);
- David Bowie, Space oddity (EMI, 1969);
- Davy Graham, Folk, blues & beyond... (DECCA, 1964);
- Davy Graham, Midnight man (Fledgling, 1966);
- Davy Graham/Shirley Collins, Folk roots, new routes (Fledg'ling UK, 1964);
- Deep Purple, Shades of Deep Purple (EMI, 1968);
- Deep Purple, Concerto for Group and Orchestra (Warner Bros., 1969);
- Deep Purple, Deep Purple (EMI, 1969);
- Deep Purple, The book of Taliesyn (EMI, 1969);
- Dexter Gordon, Go (Blue Note, 1962);
- Dexter Gordon, Our man in Paris (Blue Note, 1963);
- Dizzy Gillespie, Live at the Village Vanguard (Blue Note, 1967);
- Donald Byrd, A new perspective (Blue Note, 1963);
- Donovan, Sunshine superman (PYE, 1966);
- The Doors, The Doors (Elektra, 1966);
- The Doors, Strange days (Elektra, 1967);
- The Doors, Waiting for the sun (Elektra, 1968);
- The Doors, The soft parade (Elektra, 1969);
- Duke Ellington, Money jungle (Blue Note, 1962);
- Duke Ellington/John Coltrane, Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (Impulse, 1962);
- Duncan Browne, Give me take you (Immidiate, 1968);
- Dusty Springfield, A girl called Dusty (Philips, 1964);
- Dusty Springfield, Dusty (Mercury, 1964);
- Dusty Springfield, Where am I going (Philips, 1967);
- Dusty Springfield, The look of love (Philips, 1967);
- Dusty Springfield, Dusty in Memphis (Mercury, 1969);
- Earth Opera, Earth Opera (Elektra, 1968);
- East of Eden, Mercator projected (DECCA, 1969);
- Eire Apparent, Sunrise (Sequel, 1969);
- The Electric Prunes, I had too much to dream (Last night) (Rhino, 1967);
- Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera (Repertoire, 1967);
- THE END, Introspection (DECCA, 1969)
- Eric Dolphy, Out there (Universal, 1960);
- Eric Dolphy, Out to lunch (Blue Note, 1964);
- Eyes of Blue, In fields of Ardath (Black Rose, 1969);
- Fairport Convention, Fairport Convention (Polydor, 1968);
- Fairport Convention, What we did on our holidays (Island, 1969);
- Fairport Convention, Unhalfbricking (Island, 1969);
- Fairport Convention, Liege & lief (Island, 1969);
- Family, Music in a doll's house (Reprise, 1968);
- Family, Family entertainment (See for Miles, 1969);
- The Five Day Week Straw People, The Five Day Week Straw People (Akarma, 1968);
- Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (Blue Horizon, 1968);
- Fleetwood Mac, Mr.Wonderful (Blue Horizon, 1968);
- Fleetwood Mac, English rose (Epic, 1969);
- Fleetwood Mac, Then play on (Reprise, 1969);
- The Flock, The Flock (Sony, 1969);
- Forest, Forest (BGO, 1969);
- Frank Zappa,, Absolutely free (Ryko, 1967);
- Frank Zappa,, Lumpy gravy (Ryko, 1967);
- Frank Zappa, Uncle Meat (Ryko, 1969);
- Frank Zappa, Hot rats (Ryko, 1969);
- Freddie Hubbard, Open Sesame (Blue Note, 1960);
- Freddie Hubbard, Ready for Freddie (Blue Note, 1961);
- Freddie Hubbard, The body & the soul (Impulse!, 1963);
- Free, Free (A&M, 1969);
- Free, Tons of sobs (Fontana, 1968);
- The Fugs, The Fugs (Fugs, 1966);
- Gene Clark, Gene Clark with The Gosdin Brothers (Columbia, 1967);
- George Benson, It's uptown (Columbia, 1965);
- George Benson, Shape of things to come (A&M, 1968);
- George Benson, Giblet gravy (Verve, 1968);
- George Harrison, Wonderwall music (Apple, 1968);
- George Harrison, Electronic sounds (Apple, 1969);
- George Russell Sextet, Ezz-thetics (Riverside, 1961);
- Giles, Giles & Fripp, The cheerful insanity of Giles, Giles & Fripp (DECCA, 1968);
- Grachan Moncur III, Some other stuff (Blue Note, 1964);
- Grant Green, Idle moments (Blue Note, 1964);
- Grateful Dead, Anthem of the sun (Rhino, 1968);
- Grateful Dead, Aoxomoxoa (Warner, 1969);
- Grateful Dead, Live/Dead (Warner, 1969);
- Hank Mobley, Soul station (Blue Note, 1960);
- Herbie Hancock, Takin' off (Blue Note, 1962);
- Herbie Hancock, Inventions and dimensions (Blue Note, 1963);
- Herbie Hancock, Empyrean isles (Blue Note, 1964);
- Herbie Hancock, Maiden voyage (Blue Note, 1965);
- The Herd, Paradise lost (Repertoire, 1968);
- High Tide, Sea shanties (Repertoire, 1969);
- Holger Czukay, Canaxis (Spoon, 1969);
- Horace Parlan, Happy frame of mind (Blue Note, 1963);
- Horace Silver Quintet, Song for my father (Blue Note, 1964);
- Horace Silver Quintet/J.J. Johnson, The Cap Verdean blues (Blue Note, 1965);
- Humble Pie, As safe as yesterday is (Immediate, 1969);
- Igginbottom, Igginbottom’s wrench (Angel Air, 1969);
- Ike Quebec, Blue and sentimental (Blue Note, 1962);
- Ike Quebec, It might a well be spring (Blue Note, 1964);
- The Incredible String Band, The Incredible String Band (Elektra, 1966);
- The Incredible String Band, 5000 spirits or the cayers of the onion (Elektra, 1967);
- The Incredible String Band, The hangman's beautiful daughter (Elektra, 1968);
- The Incredible String Band, The big huge (Elektra, 1968);
- The Incredible String Band, Changing horses (Hannibal, 1969);
- Iron Butterfly, In-a-gadda-da-vida (Atco, 1968);
- Isaac Hayes, Hot buttered soul (Stax, 1969);
- Jack McDuff, Down home style (Blue Note, 1969);
- Jackie McLean, Destination out! (Blue Note, 1963);
- Jackson C. Frank, Jackson C. Frank (Columbia, 1965);
- Jefferson Airplane, Takes off (RCA, 1966);
- Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic pillow (RCA, 1967);
- Jefferson Airplane, Crown of creation (RCA, 1968);
- Jefferson Airplane, Volunteers (RCA, 1969);
- Jesse Colin Young, The soul of a city boy (Capitol, 1964);
- Jimi Hendrix Experience, Are you experienced? (Polydor, 1967);
- Jimi Hendrix Experience, Axis, bold as love (Polydor, 1967);
- Jimi Hendrix Experience, Electric ladyland (Polydor, 1968);
- Jimmy Mcgriff, Electric funk (Blue Note, 1969);
- Jimmy Smith/Wes Montgomery, The dynamic duo (Verve, 1966);
- Joe Henderson, Page one (Blue Note, 1963);
- Joe Henderson, Inner urge (Blue Note, 1964);
- John Coltrane, Giant steps (Atlantic, 1960);
- John Coltrane, Coltrane plays the blues (WEA, 1960);
- John Coltrane, My favorite things (Audiophile, 1960);
- John Coltrane, Africa/Brass (Impulse!, 1961);
- John Coltrane, Olé (Atlantic, 1962);
- John Coltrane, Impressions (Impulse!, 1963);
- John Coltrane, Stardust (Prestige, 1963);
- John Coltrane, A love supreme (Impulse!, 1964);
- John Coltrane, Ascension (Impulse! , 1965);
- John Coltrane, Meditations (Impulse!, 1966);
- John Coltrane, A love supreme (Impulse!, 1966);
- John Coltrane Quartet, Crescent (Impulse!, 1964);
- John Fahey, The dance of death & other plantation favorites (Takoma, 1964);
- John Martyn, The tumbler (Fontana, 1969);
- John Mayall, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton (DECCA, 1966);
- John Mayall, A hard road (London, 1967);
- John Mayall, Crusade (DECCA, 1967);
- John Mayall, The blues alone (DECCA, 1967);
- John Mayall, Bare wires (London, 1968);
- John Mayall, Blues from Laurel Canyon (DECCA, 1968);
- John McLaughlin, Extrapolation (Polygram, 1969);
- Johnny Cash, Ride this train (Columbia, 1960).
- Johnny Cash, Orange blossom special (Columbia, 1965);
- Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash at Folsom prison (Columbia, 1968);
- Johnny Winter, The progressive blues experiment (BGO, 1969);
- Joni Mitchell, Song to a seagull (Reprise, 1968);
- Joni Mitchell, Clouds (Reprise, 1969);
- José Afonso, Cantares de andarilho (Movieplay, 1968);
- Kaleidoscope, Side trips (Epic, 1967);
- Karen Dalton, It's so hard to tell who's going to love you the best (Capitol, 1969);
- Kenny Burrell, Midnight blue (Blue Note, 1963);
- Kenny Dorham, Whistle stop (Blue Note, 1961);
- Kevin Ayers, Joy of a toy (EMI, 1969);
- King Crimson, In the court of the crimson king (EG, 1969);
- The Kinks, Face to face (Essential, 1966);
- The Kinks, Something else (Essential, 1967);
- The Kinks, The Kinks are Village Green Preservation Society (Essential, 1968);
- The Kinks, Arthur or the decline and fall of the british empire (Essential, 1969);
- La Monte Young, The black record (Edition X, 1969);
- Larry Young, Unity (Blue Note, 1966);
- Laura Nyro, Eli and the thirteenth confession (Columbia, 1968);
- Laura Nyro, New York tendaberry (Columbia, 1969);
- Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin (Atlantic, 1969);
- Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II (Atlantic, 1969);
- Lee Morgan, The sidewinder (Blue Note, 1963);
- Lee Morgan, In search of the new land (Blue Note, 1964);
- Leonard Cohen, Songs of Leonard Cohen (Columbia, 1968);
- Leonard Cohen, Songs from a room (Columbia, 1969);
- Love, Da Capo (Elektra, 1966);
- Love, Forever changes (Elektra, 1967);
- The Lovin' Spoonful, Daydream (Buddah, 1966);
- The Lovin' Spoonful, Hums of the Lovin’ Spoonful (Buddah, 1966);
- Lucky Thompson Quartet, Lucky strikes (Prestige, 1964);
- Luiz Bonfá, Plays and sings Bossa Nova (Verve, 1963);
- The Mamas & the Papas, If you can believe your eyes and ears (Dunhill, 1966);
- Manfred Mann, The five faces of Manfred Mann (EMI, 1964);
- The Meters, The Meters (Sundazed, 1969);
- Miles Davis, Someday my prince will come (Columbia, 1961);
- Miles Davis, ’Round about midnight (Columbia, 1962);
- Miles Davis, E.S.P. (Columbia, 1965);
- Miles Davis, Miles smiles (Columbia, 1966);
- Miles Davis, In Berlin (Sony BMG, 1966);
- Miles Davis, Filles de Kilimanjaro (Columbia, 1968);
- Miles Davis, Nefertiti (Columbia, 1968);
- Miles Davis, In a silent way (Columbia, 1969);
- Moby Grape, Moby Grape (Sundazed, 1967);
- The Monks, Black monk time (Repertoire, 1966);
- The Moody Blues, Days of future passed (DECCA, 1967);
- The Moody Blues, In search of the lost chord (DECCA, 1968);
- The Moody Blues, To our children's children's children (DECCA, 1969);
- The Mothers of Invention, Freak out! (Rykodisc, 1966);
- The Mothers of Invention, We're only in it for the money (Verve, 1968);
- The Move, The Move (Repertoire, 1968);
- Music Emporium, Music Emporium (Sundazed, 1969);
- The Music Machine, Turn on (Repertoire, 1966);
- Os Mutantes, Os Mutantes (Omplatten, 1969);
- Nazz, Nazz (Castle, 1968);
- Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Everybody knows this is nowhere (Reprise, 1969);
- The Nice, The thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (Immediate, 1967);
- The Nice, Ars longa vita brevis (Immediate, 1968);
- The Nice, The Nice (Essential, 1969);
- Nick Drake, Five leaves left (Island, 1969);
- Nico, Chelsea girl (Verve, 1967);
- Nico, The marble index (Sundazed, 1968);
- Nirvana (UK), All of us (Island, 1968);
- Open Mind, Open Mind (Philips, 1969);
- Ornette Coleman Double Quartet, Free jazz (Atlantic, 1961);
- Oscar Peterson Trio, Night train (Verve, 1962);
- Otis Redding, The soul album (Stax/Volt, 1966);
- Otis Redding, Dock of the bay (Atco, 1968);
- Paul Desmond, Bossa Antigua (BMG, 1964);
- Pearls Before Swine, One nation underground (ESP-Disk, 1967);
- The Pentangle, Basket of light (Sanctuary, 1969);
- The Pentangle, The Pentangle (Transatlantic, 1968);
- The Pentangle, Sweet child (Transatlantic, 1968);
- Peter, Paul & Mary, See what tomorrow brings (Warner Bros. , 1965);
- Pharoah Sanders, Karma (Impulse! , 1969);
- Pierre Henry, Le voyage, d'après le livre des morts tibétain (ECM, 1962);
- Pierre Henry, Messe de Liverpool (Philips, 1967);
- Pierre Henry, Messe pour le temps présent (Philips, 1967);
- Pink Floyd, The piper at the gates of dawn (EMI, 1967);
- Pink Floyd, A saucerful of secrets (EMI, 1968);
- Pink Floyd, More (EMI, 1969);
- Pink Floyd, Ummagumma (EMI, 1969);
- The Pretty Things, S.F. Sorrow (Snapper, 1969);
- Procol Harum, A whiter shade of pale (Repertoire, 1967);
- Procol Harum, Shine on brightly (Repertoire, 1968);
- Procol Harum, A salty dog (Repertoire, 1968);
- Pussy, Pussy plays (Edsel, 1969);
- Quicksilver Messenger Service, Happy trails (Repertoire, 1969);
- Ravi Shankar/Yehudi Menuhin, West meets east (Angel, 1967);
- Renaissance, Renaissance (Island, 1969);
- Robert Johnson, King of the delta blues singers (Columbia, 1961);
- The Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones (England's newest hitmakers) (Abkco, 1964);
- The Rolling Stones, 12 X 5 (London Records, 1964);
- The Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones N°2 (DECCA, 1965);
- The Rolling Stones, Now! (Abkco, 1965);
- The Rolling Stones, Out of our heads (Abkco, 1965);
- The Rolling Stones, December's Children (And everybody's) (London Records, 1965);
- The Rolling Stones, Aftermath (DECCA, 1966);
- The Rolling Stones, Between the buttons (Abkco, 1967);
- The Rolling Stones, Their satanic majesties request (Abkco, 1967);
- The Rolling Stones, Beggars banquet (DECCA, 1968);
- The Rolling Stones, Let it bleed (Abkco, 1969);
- Roy Harper, Sophisticated beggar (Sundown, 1967);
- Sam Rivers, Contours (Blue Note, 1965);
- The Savage Rose, In the plain (Polydor, 1969);
- Scott Walker, Scott (Fontana, 1967);
- Scott Walker, Scott 2 (Fontana, 1968);
- Scott Walker, Scott 3 (Fontana, 1969);
- Scott Walker, Scott 4 (Fontana, 1969);
- Silver Apples, Silver Apples (MCA, 1968);
- Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds of silence (Columbia, 1966);
- Simon & Garfunkel, Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme (Columbia, 1966);
- Simon & Garfunkel, Bookends (Columbia, 1968);
- Skin Alley, Skin Alley (Akarma, 1969);
- Sonny Rollins, The bridge (RCA, 1962);
- The Small Faces, The Small Faces (DECCA, 1966);
- The Small Faces, From the beginning (DECCA, 1967);
- The Small Faces, Ogden's nut gone flake (EMI, 1968);
- Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Make it happen (Motown, 1963);
- Soft Machine, Soft Machine (Probe, 1968);
- Soft Machine, Volume Two (One Way, 1969);
- Spirit, Spirit (Epic Legacy, 1968);
- Spirit, The family that plays together (Ode, 1969);
- Spooky Tooth, It's all about (Edsel, 1968);
- Spooky Tooth/Pierre Henry, Ceremony, An electronic mass (Edsel, 1969);
- Stan Getz, Getz Au Go Go (Verve, 1964);
- Stan Getz/João Gilberto, Getz/Gilberto (Verve, 1963);
- Status Quo, Picturesque matchstickable messages from the Status Quo (Essential, 1968);
- Status Quo, Spare parts (Sanctuary, 1968);
- Steve Miller Band, Children of the future (Capitol, 1968);
- Steve Miller Band, Sailor (Capitol, 1968);
- Stevie Wonder, For once in my life (Tamla Motown, 1968);
- Stevie Wonder, My cherie amour (Tamla Motown, 1969);
- The Stooges, The Stooges (WEA, 1969);
- Strawberry Alarm Clock, Incense and peppermints (Big Beat, 1967);
- Tea & Symphony, An asylum for the musically insane (Si-Wan, 1969);
- The Temptations, Cloud nine (Tamla Motown, 1969);
- Terry Riley, Reed streams (Mass Arts, 1966);
- Terry Riley, A rainbow in curved air (Columbia, 1967);
- Thelonious Monk, Monk's dream (Columbia, 1962);
- Thelonious Monk, Big band and quartet in concert (Columbia, 1964);
- Thelonious Monk, Straight, no chaser (Columbia, 1967);
- Thelonious Monk, Underground (Columbia, 1968);
- Them, The angry young Them (DECCA, 1965);
- Them, Them again (DECCA, 1966);
- Tim Buckley, Tim Buckley (Elektra, 1966);
- Tim Buckley, Goodbye and hello (Elektra, 1967);
- Tim Buckley, Happy sad (Elektra, 1969);
- Tim Hardin, 1 (Verve, 1966);
- Tina Brooks, True blue (Blue Note, 1960);
- Tom Rush, Circle game (Elektra, 1968);
- Townes Van Zandt, Our mother the mountain (Tomato, 1969);
- Townes Van Zandt, Townes van Zandt (Tomato, 1969);
- Traffic, Mr Fantasy (Island, 1967);
- Traffic, Last exit (Fontana, 1969);
- Tyrannosaurus Rex, My people were Fair and had sky in their hair... (A&M, 1967);
- Tyrannosaurus Rex, Prophets, seers & sages, the angels of the ages (A&M, 1968);
- Tyrannosaurus Rex, Unicorn (A&M, 1969);
- Ultimate Spinach, Ultimate Spinach (Akarma, 1968);
- Ultimate Spinach, Behold & see (Akarma, 1968);
- Ultimate Spinach, Ultimate Spinach III (Akarma, 1969);
- The United States of America, The United States of America (Edsel, 1968);
- Van der Graaf Generator, The aerosol grey machine (Fontana, 1969);
- Van der Graaf Generator, The least we can do is wave to each other (Virgin, 1969);
- Van Morrison, Blowin' your mind! (Epic/Legacy, 1967);
- Van Morrison, Astral weeks (Warner Bros. , 1968);
- Vanilla Fudge, Vanilla Fudge (Atco, 1967);
- Vanilla Fudge, Near the beginning (Repertoire, 1969);
- The Velvet Underground, White light/White heat (Polydor, 1968);
- The Velvet Underground, The Velvet Underground (Polydor, 1969);
- The Velvet Underground/Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico (Verve/MGM, 1967);
- Wayne Shorter, Speak no evil (Blue Note, 1964);
- Wayne Shorter, Schizophrenia (Blue Notev);
- White Noise, An electric storm (Island, 1969);
- The Who, My generation (Brunswick, 1965);
- The Who, A quick one (Reaction, 1966);
- The Who, The Who sell out (MCA, 1967);
- The Who, Tommy (Polydor, 1969);
- Wooden O, A handful of pleasant delites (Akarma, 1969).
- Xhol Caravan, Electrip (Garden of Delights, 1969);
- The Yardbirds, For your love, heart full of soul & others (Sunspots, 1965);
- The Yardbirds, Roger the engineer (Warner Bros., 1966);
- The Yardbirds, Little games (EMI, 1967);
- Yes, Yes (Atlantic, 1969);
- The Youngbloods, Elephant Mountain (Edsel, 1969);
- The Zombies, Odessey & oracle (Repertoire, 1967).

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