Review: The Who's legendary third album, "The Who Sell Out', released in 1967, was a concept album of songs made into advertisements, with the cover art featuring members of the band
pretending to endorse various products. The band actually was doing a few commercials at the time, so this album was intended to poke fun at that. This was the first pop album ever
not to list the song titles on its cover. Featuring 10 bonus tracks from the deluxe edition.
Review: Vinyl Lovers Presents 'Blues Breakers' from John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton. This seminal British blues album gave Clapton the chance to finally show his
chops, not surprisingly, launching Clapton into stardom. Recorded in 1966 during Clapton's short stint with the Bluesbreakers, just after leaving the Yardbirds.