Forever Changing: The Golden Age of Elektra Records 1963-1973

Elektra records, now a boutique label under the umbrella of Atlantic Records Group, was once a dominant, powerhouse giant in the music business, with such artists as The Doors, Queen, Tim Buckley, Judy Collins, Nico, Bread, Harry Chapin, Carly Simon and even The Stooges under contract.

Rhino Records hits all the highlights in their wonderful compilation album, Forever Changing: The Golden Age of Elektra 1963-1973, a time capsule collection containing 117 of Elektra artists’ best-loved hits from that decade.

While the MP3 album costs $49.99, that’s still just a little over 40 cents per track. And if you like, you can go a la carte and purchase individual tracks for 99 cents each.

The collection includes:

Light My Fire – The Doors

Keep Yourself Alive – Queen

Crossroads – Eric Clapton & The Power House

You’re So Vain – Carly Simon

The Guitar Man – Bread

I Wanna Be Your Dog – The Stooges

Taxi – Harry Chapin

As always, we remind our site visitors that Amazon MP3s are DRM-free and totally compatible with iTunes, iCloud and iTunes Match.

This list barely scratches the surface of a great collection that’s sure to inspire some happy nostalgia in Baby Boomers, and will fill many a gap in the collection of any pop or folk music fan very nicely: Forever Changing: The Golden Age of Elektra 1963-1973.


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