Rolling Stone’s definitive list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2003, Rolling Stone asked a panel of 271 artists, producers, industry executives and journalists to pick the greatest albums of all time. In 2009, we asked a similar group of 100 experts to pick the best albums of the 2000s. From those results, Rolling Stone created this new list of the greatest albums of all time.
Rolling Stone’s definitive list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. A great song has all the key elements - melody; emotion; a strong statement that becomes part of the lexicon; and great production. Think of Bohemian Rhapsody, by Queen. That song had everything - different melodies, opera, R&B, rock - and it explored all of those different genres in an authentic way, where it felt natural. When I’m writing a song that I know is going to work, it’s a feeling of euphoria. It’s how a basketball player must feel when he starts hitting every shot, when you’re in that zone. As soon as you start, you get that magic feeling, an extra feeling.
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The New Rolling Stone Record Guide was an update of 1979's The Rolling Stone Record Guide. It included contributions from 52 music critics and featured chronological album listings under the name of each artist. The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide.
Album Issue 963. The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time Lyrics. That Lady (Part 1 and 2) by The Isley Brothers 358. Spanish Harlem by Ben E 359. The Locomotion by Little Eva 360.