alright, Mr. DTS has some flat-out classics on his list, which I will omit from mine... like!
Flower Travellin' Band - Satori
Dust - Hard Attack
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
King Crimson - Red
and some picks from bands that you will see on my list, although I just decided to roll with a different release from them. BUT I think you will find some GLARING omissions from Mr. DTS's (possibly racist) early 70's list. SUCH AS:
amon düül II - yeti (1970)
crazy hippies, prog folk, the drum break on "arcangel's thunderbird"
bruce haack - the electric lucifer (1970)
christian proto-electronic music?
lucifer's friend - lucifer's friend (1970)
killer hard rock
neil young - after the gold rush (1970)
this goofy canuck
can - tago mago (1971)
groovy krautrock jams
comus - first utterance (1971)
david crosby - if only I could remember my name (1971)
I was surprised by how much I like this
karen dalton - in my own time (1971)
"something on your mind" ruins me
black sabbath - vol. 4 (1972)
one of the best albums ever!!
yes - fragile (1972)
yes are so bad asssss
iggy & the stooges - raw power (1973)
for a long time I thought this was the first stooges album, lol
red rhodes - velvet hammer in a cowboy band (1973)
virtually unknown + super chill psychedelic steel guitar playing
robert fripp & brian eno - (no pussyfooting) (1973)
two wankers wanking each other
kraftwerk - autobahn (1974)
Germany was apparantly a very cool place in the 70's
moolah - woe ye demons possessed (1974)
ambient/experimental/psychedelic, NWW list, me pretending to know more about music than I really do
tangerine dream - phaedra (1974)
analog synthesizers = best stoner music?