The second album from that band based in Macon. "Midnight Rider" and "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" are deserved classics, but my favorite is the album closer, "Leave My Blues At Home."

I find this album still cuts to the bone 42 years later.

Remember these?

Dear Diary ...

I loved these!

After his stormy history in Traffic -- Dave Mason pulled off one of the great solo album debuts. "World In Changes," "Only You Know And I Know," "Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave" -- all classics.

The entrance to Heaven @ Karen Reilly

For an album that got its share of pans when it came out, it delivered a couple of classics: "Every Night," "Maybe I'm Amazed."

What's to be said about this album that hasn't been said before?

Some good songs from this album.

The fifth of what's known as "The Core 7" or "The Classic Seven" - aside from the title track, check out "And The Tide Rushes In" and "It's Up To You."

More than just "Your Song" makes this an album for all time.

"Keep On Growin'" is probably my favorite off this amazing double album.

This is the album that preceded "The Yes Album" - check out "Sweet Dreams" and a very different take on Richie Havens' "No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed."

Talk about an omnipresent album.

surviving the 70's

I remember this.

I remember

I remember this!