Readers Poll Results: The Top 25 Guitar Albums of 1972

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poolrick

The album that influenced me most from 1972 isn't listed: Allman Brothers, Eat A Peach. Melissa, Little Martha, Blue Sky and a live version of One Way Out were major in my Guitar World back then. Just sayin...

Many from your list had a personal impact in '72 and specially later in life as I broadened my listening. But overall, my concept of guitar was shaped more by Eat A Peach back in the day. Not to overlook my love for the Eagles.

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vanshipman7

Im in disbelief that Peter Frampton's "Wind Of Change" was not at least in the top 5. Wow...

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ardiril

Wind Of Change wasn't among the original 50. Someone thought Domenic Troiano on the James Gang's Passin' Thru, or worse the Guess Who's Rockin', was more deserving.

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