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My Favorite Record Albums of the 1971 Cruise of Intrepid
By Steven R. Butler, Ph.D. (formerly PR3, VS-24)

(Note: Some of these LPs were released in 1969 and 1970, as well as 1971.)



Black Sabbath

especially Paranoid

Judy Collins

Whales and Nightingales
especially Farewell to Tarawathie and Amazing Grace

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

4-Way Street
especially Chicago and Find the Cost of Freedom

Derek and the Dominos
(Eric Clapton)

Derek and the Dominos
especially Layla and Bell Bottom Blues

The Doors

Morrison Hotel
especially Road House Blues and The Spy

The Doors

L. A. Woman
especially Riders on the Storm

Emerson, Lake and Palmer

Emerson, Lake and Palmer
especially Lucky Man

Jethro Tull

especially Aqualung, Cross-eyed Mary, and Locomotive Breath

Elton John

Empty Sky
especially Empty Sky and Skyline Pigeon

Elton John


Elton John

Tumbleweed Connection
especially Come Down In Time, Where To Now St. Peter?, and Burn Down the Mission

Elton John

Friends (movie soundtrack)
especially Friends, I Meant To Do My Work Today, and Michelle's Song

Joni Mitchell

epecially This Flight Tonight

The Moody Blues

Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
especially Emily's Song, The Story In Your Eyes,
and Our Guessing Game

Plastic Ono Band (John Lennon)

Plastic Ono Band
especially Love, I Found Out, Mother,
and Well, Well, Well

The Rolling Stones

Sticky Fingers
especially Brown Sugar, Can't You Hear Me Knocking and Wild Horses


especially Black Magic Woman and Oye Como Va

Rod Stewart

Every Picture Tells A Story
especially Maggie May


On the Boards
especially On The Boards, What's Going On,
and Railway and Gun


John Barleycorn Must Die
especially Glad and Freedom Rider

Van Morrison

Tupelo Honey
especially Tupelo Honey

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