En 1987, siguiendo los mismos pasos que lo realizado en 1978, Paul Gambaccini, en base a los resultados de la votación realizada por 50 críticos musicales, publicó la lista de los 100 mejores discos de la historia, y si bien en la primera lista, la de 1978, doscientos eran los discos elegidos, en ambas ocasiones el primer puesto fue a parar al Sgt. Pepper’s de los Beatles, mientras que Dylan también conseguía situarse entre los tres primeros con esa obra maestra llamada Blonde On Blonde.

En otro momento reflejaremos la lista de 1978, pero hoy se trata de rescatar la realizada diez años más tarde:

The Top 100 Rock ‘n’ Roll Albums Of All Time

1.Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
2.Bruce Springsteen – Born To Run
3.Dylan, Bob – Blonde On Blonde
4.Gaye, Marvin – What’s Going On
5.Springsteen, Bruce – Born In The U.S.A.
6.Presley, Elvis – The Sun Collection
7.Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground And Nico
8. Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
9. Morrison, Van – Astral Weeks
10.Beatles – The Beatles (White Album)
11.Rolling Stones – Exile On Main Street
12.Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed
13.Beatles – Abbey Road
14.Wonder, Stevie – Songs In The Key Of Life
15.Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon
16.Brown, James – Live At The Apollo
17.Beatles – Revolver
18.Dylan, Bob – Highway 61 Revisited
19.Sex Pistols – Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols
20.Who – Who’s Next
21.Beatles – Rubber Soul
22.Redding, Otis – Otis Blue
23.Jackson, Michael – Thriller
24.Band – The Band
25.Dylan, Bob – Blood On The Tracks
26.Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
27.Roxy Music – Avalon
28.Costello, Elvis – My Aim Is True
29.Beatles – With The Beatles
30.King, Carole – Tapestry
31.Clash – The Clash
32.Dylan, Bob – Bringing It All Back Home
33.Rolling Stones – Beggars Banquet
34.Love – Forever Changes
35.Thompson, Richard and Linda – I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
36.Marley, Bob and the Wailers – Live!
37.Mitchell, Joni – Court And Spark
38.Wonder, Stevie – Innervisions
39.Costello, Elvis – Get Happy!!
40.Clash – London Calling
41.Gang Of Four – Entertainment!
42.Simon and Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water
43.Parker, Graham and the Rumour – Squeezing Out Sparks
44.Parsons, Gram – Grievous Angel
45.Police – Synchronicity
46.McGarrigle, Kate and Anna – Kate and Anna McGarrigle
47.U2 – The Unforgettable Fire
48.Eagles – Hotel California
49.Buckley, Tim – Starsailor
50.Hendrix, Jimi Experience – Electric Ladyland
51.Turner, Tina – Private Dancer
52.Morrison, Van – Moondance
53.Morrison, Van – It’s Too Late To Stop Now
54.Creedence Clearwater Revival – Green River
55.Joel, Billy – The Stranger
56.Henley, Don – Building The Perfect Beast
57.Cale, John – Paris 1919
58.Bowie, David – Hunky Dory
59.Springsteen, Bruce – Darkness On The Edge Of Town
60.Costello, Elvis – This Year’s Model
61.Roxy Music – For Your Pleasure
62.Pretenders – The Pretenders
63.Bland, Bobby – Dreamer
64.Band – Music From Big Pink
65.Little Richard – Here’s Little Richard
66.Who – Sell Out
67.Mitchell, Joni – Blue
68.Rolling Stones – Aftermath
69.Richie, Lionel – Can’t Slow Down
70.Sly and the Family Stone – Stand!
71.Beatles – Beatles For Sale
72. Bowie, David – Young Americans
72. Lewis, Huey and the News – Sports
74. Wonder, Stevie – Talking Book
75. Presley, Elvis – King Creole
75. Byrds – The Notorious Byrd Brothers
75. Roxy Music – Stranded
78. Holly, Buddy and the Crickets – The Chirpin’ Crickets
78. Dylan, Bob – John Wesley Harding
78. Big Star – Radio City
81. Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band – Trout Mask Replica
81. Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground
83. Jackson, Michael – Off The Wall
84. Gaye, Marvin – Let’s Get It On
85. Lennon, John – Imagine
86. Franklin, Aretha – Amazing Grace
87. Smith, Patti – Horses
87. Dire Straits – Making Movies
87. Waits, Tom – Swordfishtrombones
90. Prince and the Revolution – Purple Rain
90. Bowie, David – The Rise and Fall Of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
92. Doors – L.A. Woman
92. Derek and the Dominoes – Layla
94. Spector, Phil & Various Artists – A Christmas Gift For You
95. Robinson, Smokey & the Miracles – Going To A Go-Go
95. Band – The Last Waltz
97. Hendrix, Jimi Experience – Are You Experienced?
97. Joplin, Janis – Pearl
97. Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
100. Reed, Lou – Transformer

Por cierto, la lista de Paul Gambaccini fue la siguiente:

1. Beatles – Revolver
2. King, Carole – Tapestry
3. Beatles – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
4. Dylan, Bob – Bringing it all Back Home
5. Springsteen, Bruce – Born to Run
6. Spinners – Spinners
7. Stewart, John – California Bloodlines
8. Gaye, Marvin – What’s Going On
9. Dylan, Bob – Blood on the Tracks
10. Dire Straits – Brothers in Arms

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