Category Archives: Awesome Albums

Days of Future Passed-Awesome Albums

To honor an artist who got uploaded into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, I decided to talk about The Moody Blues and their 1967 album, Days of Future Passed. Originally planned to be a stage show

Sgt. Pepper (Part 2-Music)-Awesome Albums

Before we close out 2017, I wanted to celebrate an album that reached 50 years old this year, The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Last time I talked about the history and the iconic album cover. This time

Sgt. Pepper (Part 1-History and Album Cover)-Awesome Albums

The Beatles legendary album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has reached a very important anniversary this year in 2017. This album I’m talking about is 50 years old! This album has so much information out there that it took

Eldorado-Awesome Albums

I’m celebrating a second artist who got into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year by honoring Electric Light Orchestra and their 1974 album Eldorado. This album takes you into a dream world, playing out different characters in

Fragile-Awesome Albums

Last time, I talked about the artists who got inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For this video I picked an album by one of the artists who got inducted this year. I picked Yes and their

Tommy (Part 2)-Awesome Albums

Awesome Albums continues the story of Tommy and the events that happens in life, told in this 1969 Rock Opera by the Who. As the old saying goes, it gets worse before it gets better. Tommy has had a lot

Tommy (Part 1)-Awesome Albums

A Christmas gift to all of you, a video so massive that it had to be split into 2 episodes, The Who’s Rock Opera Tommy. The whole album tells the story about a deaf, dumb, and blind boy and his

Welcome to My Nightmare-Awesome Albums

  To celebrate Halloween, we dive into a nightmare, and Alice Cooper is welcoming us to it. Let’s take a look at this 1975 album about a kid’s nightmare and be afraid of how good this album is! I do

Bridge of Sighs-Awesome Albums

Today’s episode of Awesome Albums features Robin Trower’s album Bridge of Sighs, released in 1974. Often considered a white Jimi Hendrix, Trower blends rock and blues flawlessly and is such an underrated and amazing guitar player. I do not own

Surrealistic Pillow-Awesome Albums

In this episode of Awesome Albums, we take a look at Jefferson Airplane’s second album Surrealistic Pillow, released in 1967. This is one of those albums that really represents the counterculture in the 1960s. Outside of compilation albums, this is