Best Albums Of 1972 Playlist

Stevie Wonder-“Talking Book”-Superstition

Rolling Stones-“Exile on Main Street”-I Just Want To See His Face

Lou Reed-“Transformer”-Satellite of Love

Elton John-“Honky Chateau”-Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters

David Bowie-“The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars”-Moonage Daydream

Todd Rundgren “Something/Anything?”-The Night the Carousel Burned Down

“Roxy Music”-If There Is Something

Neil Young-“Harvest”-Old Man

Steely Dan-“Can’t Buy A Thrill”-Do It Again

Jethro Tull-“Thick as a Brick”

Deep Purple-“Machine Head”-Smoke On the Water

Joni Mitchell-“For the Roses”-Woman of Heart and Mind

“Paul Simon”-“Armistice Day”

Rod Stewart-“Never a Dull Moment”-True Blue

Alice Cooper-“School’s Out”-School’s Out

Randy Newman-“Sail Away”-Political Science

Mott the Hoople-“All the Young Dudes”-One of the Boys


Doobie Brothers-“Toulouse Street”-Listen to the Music

Allman Brothers-“Eat a Peach”-Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More

Pete Townshend-“Who Came First”-Pure and Easy

“Jackson Browne”-Something Fine

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Doc Watson – “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”-Tennessee Stud

Genesis-“Foxtrot”-Can-Utility and the Coastliners

Big Star-“#1 Record”-Thirteen

“The Harder They Come” -Sitting in Limbo

Ry Cooder-“Into the Purple Valley”-Money Honey

Little Feat-“Sailin’ Shoes”-Easy to Slip

Curtis Mayfield-“Superfly”-Freddie’s Dead

Yes-“Close to the Edge”-And You and I

Stephen Stills & Manassas- “Manassas”-The Treasure (Take One) (not on Spotify)

Carly Simon-“No Secrets”-The Right Thing to Do

“Blue Oyster Cult”-Cities On Flame with Rock and Roll

David Ackles-“American Gothic”-Another Friday Night

Bonnie Raitt-“Give It Up”-Too Long at the Fair

James Taylor-“One Man Dog”-Fanfare/Little David/Mescalito/Dance

“Lou Reed”-Ocean

Argent-“All Together Now”-Hold Your Head Up

Pure Prairie League-“Bustin’ Out”-Falling In and Out of Love/Amie

Bette Midler-“The Divine Miss M”-Friends

Al Green-“Let’s Stay Together”-Let’s Stay Together

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