1973 albums

Here are the albums of 1973. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and the albums, and it's all about what was around in 1973.
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  1. #10

    #10 (1973)


    #10 is the eleventh studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. The album is also the tenth album The Guess Who recorded for the RCA label, if the 1972 Live at the Paramount set is included.

  2. 10cc

    10cc (2004)


    10cc is the debut album by British rock band 10cc. It was recorded at Strawberry Studios in Stockport, which was part-owned by guitarist and engineer Eric Stewart, and released on Jonathan King's UK Records label. The album reached No.36 in the UK.

  3. 12!

    12! (1973)


    12! is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in 1972 and released on the Muse label.

  4. 1990

    1990 (1973)


    1990 is a 1973 album by The Temptations for the Gordy (Motown) label, their final LP written and produced by Norman Whitfield.

  5. 2001



    Prelude is the eighth studio album by Brazilian keyboardist Eumir Deodato, released in 1973. With the signature track "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)" (an arrangement of the theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey), Prelude would be the biggest hit Deodato and CTI Records ever had. The album features guitarist John Tropea on three tracks, bassists Ron Carter and Stanley Clarke, and Billy Cobham on drums. The funk-influenced version of the "Introduction" from Richard Strauss's Also sprach Zarathustra, entitled "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)", won the 1974 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance and went to number two in the pop charts in the US, number three in Canada, and number seven in the UK. In 1977, the album was re-released as 2001.

  6. 3 + 3

    3 + 3 (1973)


    3 + 3 is the eleventh album released by The Isley Brothers for the Epic label under their T-Neck imprint in August 1973. Their first album for the label after several years in Buddah Records, it was also the first time the family group, which had consisted of founding members O'Kelly Isley, Jr., Rudolph Isley and Ronald Isley, officially included six members instead of the standard three. Following the recording and release of Brother, Brother, Brother the previous year, this was the first album to officially include younger brothers Ernie and Marvin and in-law Chris Jasper, even though all three had played on the previous several albums. The success of the album is contributed to their first Top 10 pop record since "It's Your Thing", with their own cover of the self-penned "Who's That Lady", now re-titled "That Lady, Pt. 1 & 2". Other hit singles included the top five R&B single, "What It Comes Down To", and their cover of Seals & Crofts' folk hit, "Summer Breeze", which was also a top ten R&B single. The album became their first platinum album.

  7. 953 West

    953 West


    953 West is an album by the Siegel–Schwall Band. Their third album on the Wooden Nickel Records label, and their seventh album overall, it was recorded at Paragon Recording Studios in Chicago in August 1973, and was released later that year. It was re-released as a CD, by Wounded Bird Records, in 1999.

  8. A Lady Named Smith

    A Lady Named Smith (1973)


    A Lady Named Smith is the twenty first album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in May 1973 on Columbia Records and was produced by George Richey. The album was Smith's first studio album for Columbia, after departing from RCA Victor Records in 1972.

  9. A Letter To Myself

    A Letter To Myself (2014)


    A Letter to Myself is the fifth studio album by American soul group The Chi-Lites, produced and largely written by lead singer Eugene Record. The album was released in 1973 on the Brunswick label.

  10. A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night

    A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night (1905)


    A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night is an album of classic 20th-century standards sung by Harry Nilsson. The album was arranged by Sinatra arranger Gordon Jenkins, and produced by Derek Taylor.

  11. A-Nal-Y-Sis

    A-Nal-Y-Sis (1905)


    A-Nal-Y-Sis is the fifth and final album by the Louisville, Kentucky group The Nite-Liters, the instrumental ensemble offshoot of New Birth. Released in 1973 on RCA Records. Produced by mentor Harvey Fuqua.

  12. A Passion Play

    A Passion Play (1973)


    A Passion Play is the sixth studio album by Jethro Tull, released in 1973. Like its predecessor, Thick as a Brick (1972), it is a concept album with a single song (which was split into two parts on the original vinyl LP release). The theme of the concept is apparently the spiritual journey of one man in the afterlife.

  13. A White Sport Coat And A Pink Crustacean

    A White Sport Coat And A Pink Crustacean (1987)


    A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean is the second studio album by American popular music singer–songwriter Jimmy Buffett and the first major-label album in Buffett's Don Gant-produced "Key West phase", although Buffett himself frequently refers to "A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean" as his first album. It was initially released in June 1973 as Dunhill DS-50150 and later rereleased on Dunhill's successor labels ABC and MCA.

  14. A Wizard, A True Star

    A Wizard, A True Star (2005)


    A Wizard, a True Star is a progressive rock recording by Todd Rundgren, released in 1973.

  15. A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing

    A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing (2006)


    A Woofer in Tweeter's Clothing is the second studio album by the American rock and pop music band Sparks. It was released in 1973 and includes the single "Girl From Germany". It was the last release by the original five-member incarnation of Sparks.

  16. Abandoned Luncheonette

    Abandoned Luncheonette (1990)


    Abandoned Luncheonette is the second album by the American pop music duo Hall & Oates, released in 1973, which combines folk, Philly soul, and acoustic soul. It is the most commercially successful of their first three albums of the duo's Atlantic Records period. Twenty-nine years after its release, the album was certified platinum (over one million copies sold) by the Recording Industry Association of America. Critically acclaimed, Rolling Stone and Allmusic both gave it a 5/5.

  17. Act III

    Act III


    Act III is the third album by the progressive bluegrass Maryland band The Seldom Scene. The album features the band in their "classic" lineup. .

  18. Afrodisiac

    Afrodisiac (2009)


    Afrodisiac is an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti, originally released on the Nigerian EMI label in 1971.

  19. After the Ball

    After the Ball (1973)


    After the Ball is an album by American folk musician John Fahey, released in 1973. It was his second and last recording on the Reprise label and like its predecessor, Of Rivers and Religion, it sold poorly.

  20. After You / Pride's Not Hard To Swallow

    After You / Pride's Not Hard To Swallow


    After You, Pride's Not Hard To Swallow is an album by American country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams, Jr.. The Album was issued by MGM Records as number SE 4862. Later reissued by Polydor Records as number 811 904-1.

  21. Ahh! Laine

    Ahh! Laine (1974)


    Ahh....Laine is the first solo album by Wings guitarist Denny Laine, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music).

  22. Ahmad Jamal '73

    Ahmad Jamal '73 (1973)


    Ahmad Jamal '73 is an album by American jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal featuring performances recorded in 1973 and released on the 20th Century label.

  23. Air Cut

    Air Cut (2006)


    Air Cut is the fourth studio album by Curved Air and was recorded in 1973, following the departure of three of the band's founding members. Only Sonja Kristina and Mike Wedgwood remained in the band from their previous album and Air Cut took them in a more rock-oriented direction.

  24. Aladdin Sane

    Aladdin Sane (2013)


    Aladdin Sane is the sixth album by David Bowie, released by RCA Records in 1973. The follow-up to his breakthrough The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, it was the first album he wrote and released as a bona fide rock star. While many critics agree that it contains some of his best material, opinion as to its overall quality has often been divided.

  25. Albania



    Albania (Greek: Αλβανία) is the name of a studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. It was released on October 9, 1973 by PolyGram Records in Greece and all songs composed by Giorgos Katsaros with lyrics by Pythagoras, about the Greco-Italian War of '40. Marinella made their debut performance with a concert in the Municipal Theater of Piraeus, conducted by Giorgos Katsaros, on the eve of Ohi Day, with live streaming by EIRT, on October 27, 1973.

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