30 Favorite Influential Albums from High School PT 3

30 Favorite Influential Albums from High School PT 3

30 albums. Wow. I could’ve done so many more. I’ve mainly covered the rock/pop spectrum. If I would have included country, jazz and Christian it would really be a lot.

Of the artists and albums I couldn’t get to who could forget Grand Funk Railroad, The Rolling Stones, John Denver, Dan Fogelberg, Gordon Lightfoot, Steely Dan, Chase, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, The Who, Yes, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, The Bee Gees, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, T. Rex, Van Morrison, Elvis, Jim Croce, Eric Clapton, and The Moody Blues.

But as I have been talking about music that was important to me during my high school years, perhaps you remember the songs that were part of “The Sound Track” of your life.

Go to the comment section and leave a comment about a song or an album that really influenced you during your teen years. I’ll be glad to read your comments.

Here is the conclusion of my 30 favorite influential albums from High School.

30 Favorite Influential Albums from High School PT 3


The Doobie Brothers, Toulouse Street, 1972 [Listen to the Music, Jesus is Just Alright]


ZZ Top, ZZ Top’s First Album, 1971 [Shakin’ Your Tree, Neighbor Neighbor]

Harvestfront Harvestback







Neil Young, Harvest, 1972 [Heart of Gold, Old Man, The Needle and the Damage Done]


Johnny Cash, At Folsom Prison, 1968 [Folsom Prison Blues, Jackson]


Santana, Abraxas, 1970 [Black Magic Woman, Oye Como Va, Samba Pa Ti]

30 Favorite Influential Albums from High School PT 3


Elton John, Madman Across the Water, 1971 [Tiny Dancer, Levon]







Elton John, Honky Château, 1972 [Honky Cat, Rocketman]


James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1970 [Sweet Baby James, Steamroller, Country Road, Fire and Rain]


Leon Russell, Carney, 1972 [Tightrope, This Masquerade]


Chicago, Chicago Transit Authority, 1969 [Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is, Beginnings, Questions 67 & 68, I’m A Man]



I hope you enjoyed my look back at some fantastic LPs from my high school years.

It’s been a fun walk down memory lane.

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