29 de diciembre de 2008

LOS 100 MEJORES DISCOS DEL SIGLO XX POR XICO FERRÁO


1. Chet Baker “Chet Baker sings!” [Pacific Jazz, 1954]
2. Julie London “Julie is her name” [Liberty, 1956]
3. Elvis Presley “Elvis Presley” [RCA, 1956]
4. Frank Sinatra “Songs for swingin’lovers! [Capitol, 1956]
5. Buddy Holly “Buddy Holly” [MCA, 1958]
6. Chuck Berry “Chuck Berry is on top [Chess, 1959]
7. Booker T And The MG’S “Green onions” [Stax, 1962]
8. John Coltrane “A love supreme” [Impulse, 1964]
9. Bob Dylan “Highway 61 revisited” [Columbia 1965]
10. The Who “My generation” [Brunswick, 1965]
11. Otis Redding “Otis blue: Otis Redding sings soul [Stax, 1965]
12. Bob Dylan “Blonde on blonde” [Columbia, 1966]
13. The Beach Boys “Pet sounds” [Capitol, 1966]
14. The Byrds “Fifth dimension” [Columbia, 1966]
15. The Beatles “Revolver” [Capitol, 1966]
16. The Rolling Stones “Aftermath” [Decca, 1966]
17. Love “Forever changes” [Elektra, 1967)
18. Tim Buckley “Goodbye and hello” [Elektra, 1967]
19. Velvet Underground “The Velvet Underground and Nico [Verve, 1967]
20. The Doors “Strange days” [Elektra, 1967]
21. Donovan “Sunshine superman” [PYE, 1967]
22. Jefferson Airplane “Surrealistic pillow” [RCA, 1967]
23. Kinks “Something else” [PYE, 1967]
24. Cream “Disraeli gears” [Polydor, 1968]
25. Traffic “Traffic” [Island, 1968]
26. Soft Machine “Soft Machine” [Probe,1968]
27. The Jimmy Hendrix Experience “Axis: Bold as love” [Track, 1968]
28. John Mayall “Bare wires” [Decca, 1968]
29. Van Morrison “Astral weeks” [Warner Bros, 1968]
30. The Rolling Stones “Beggars banquet” [Decca, 1968]
31. The Flying Burrito Brothers “The gilded palace of sin” [A&M, 1969]
32. Dusty Springfield “Dusty in Memphis” [Philips, 1969]
33. Sly and The Family Stone “Stand!” [Epic, 1969]
34. Grateful Dead “Live/dead” [Warner Bros, 1969]
35. King Crimson “In the court of the crimson king” [Island 1969]
36. The Stooges “The Stooges” [Elektra, 1969]
37. Santana “Santana” [Columbia, 1969]
38. Neil Young “After the gold rush” [Reprise, 1970]
39. Derek and the Dominos “Layla and other assorted love songs” [Polydor, 1970]
40. Miles Davis “Bitches brew” [Columbia, 1970]
41. Syd Barret “The Madcap laughs” [Harvest, 1970]
42. Marvin Gaye “What’s going on” [Motown, 1971]
43. The Allman Brothers Band “At Filmore East” [Mercury, 1971]
44. Flaming Groovies “Teenage head” [Kama Sutra, 1971]
45. T-Rex “Electric warrior” [Reprise, 1971]
46. Curtis Mayfield “Superfly” [Curtom, 1972]
47. Various Artists “Nuggets” [Elektra, 1972]
48. Roxy Music “Roxy Music” [Island 1972]
49. Al Green “Let’s stay together” [Hi, 1972]
50. War “World is a ghetto” [United Artists, 1972]
51. Can “Ege bamyasi [United Artists, 1972]
52. John Cale “Paris 1919” [Warner Bros, 1973]
53. Lou Reed “Berlin” [RCA, 1973]
54. John Martyn “Solid air” [Island, 1973]
55. Bob Marley And The Wailers “Burnin” [Island 1973]
56. Shuggie Otis “Inspiration information” [Epic, 1974]
57. Kraftwerk “Autobahn” [EMI, 1974]
58. Brian Eno “Another green world” [EG, 1975]
59. Led Zeppelin “Physical graffiti” [Swan Song, 1975]
60. Patti Smith “Horses” [Arista, 1975]
61. The Clash “The Clash” [CBS, 1977]
62. Suicide “Suicide” [Red Star, 1977]
63. The Stranglers “Rattus Norvegius” [United Artists, 1977]
64. Television “Marquee moon” [Elektra, 1977]
65. Richard Hell and The Vodoids, “Blank generation” [Sire, 1977]
66. Ian Dury “New boots and panties” [Stiff, 1977]
67. Sex Pistols “Never mind the bollocks, here’s the Sex Pistols [EMI, 1977]
68. Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers “Rock’n’ roll with the Modern Lovers [Beserkley, 1977]
69. Elvis Costello “This year’s model” [Radar, 1978]
70. Big Star “Third/Sister lovers” [Rykodisc, 1978]
71. Magazine “Real life [Virgin, 1978]
72. The Jam “All mod cons” [Polydor, 1978]
73. Talking Heads “More songs about buildings and food” [Sire, 1978]
74. Devo “Q: Are we not man? A: We are Devo! [Virgin, 1978]
75. Joy Division “Unknown pleasures” [Factory, 1979]
76. The Undertones “The Undertones” [Sire, 1979]
77. The Clash “London calling” [CBS, 1979]
78. Gang of Four “Entertainment” [EMI, 1979]
79. The Specials “Specials” [Two Tone, 1979)
80. The Feelies “Crazy rhytms” [A&M, 1980]
81. Young Marble Giants “Colossal youth” [Rough Trade, 1980]
82. Willie Loco Alexander “Solo loco” [New Rose, 1981]
83. The Cramps “Psychedelic jungle” [IRS, 1981]
84. The Gun Club “Fire of love” [Slash, 1981]
85. Orange Juice “You can’t hide your love forever” [Polydor, 1982]
86. Fleshtones “Roman gods” [IRS, 1982]
87. Scritti Politti “Songs to remember” [Rough Trade, 1982]
88. REM “Murmur” [A&M, 1983]
89. The Jesus and Mary Chain “Psycho candy” [WEA, 1985]
90. Beastie Boys “License to III [Def Jam, 1986]
91. Primal Scream “Screamadelica” [Creation, 1991]
92. Prince “Parade” [Paisley Park, 1986]
93. De La Soul “3 feet high and rising [Tommy Boy, 1989]
94. The La’s “The La’s” [Go! Discs, 1990]
95. A Tribe Called Quest “People’s instinctive travels and the paths of rhythm” [Jive, 1990]
96. Lemonheads “It’s a shame about Ray” [Atlantic, 1992]
97. Portishead “Dummy” [Go! Discs, 1994]
98. Blur “Parklife” [Food, 1994]
99. Beck “Odelay” [DGC, 1996]
100. Elliot Smith “Either/Or” [Kill Rock Stars, 97]

5 comentarios:

evasivas dijo...

Y a partir del 97 nada? O es que para apreciar la calidad de un disco, dentro de su contexto sociológico, necesitamos cierta distancia temporal?

Parto mañan para el campo a pasar el fin de año. Mientras tanto desearte, a ti y a todos los que visitan tu rincón, un maravilloso 2.009.

pintón dijo...

De 1997 a 1999 solo van dos años; según el sabio criterio de Xico durante ese par de años no se manufacturara ninguno disco digno de estar en los cien mejores. Son los mejores del siglo XX.
Un besazo, Evasivas, y feliz 2009 a ti y a todos.

Millana dijo...
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Millana dijo...

Una lista modélica y canónica.

Photography/spanish dijo...

Quien ha realizado esta lista tiene mi edad (soy del 48) y sin ninguna duda son los discos mejores del siglo XX y te aseguro que los he vivido en su salsa. Lo de colocarlos hacia arriba o hacia abajo da igual, puedes variar si quieres a tu gusto.