A new mini-series, titled,1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything, will begin airing on Apple TV Plus starting May 21st.Varietyreported the eight-part program is based on author David Hepworth's critically acclaimed book,1971: Never A Dull Moment, which chronicled the groundbreaking year, which solidified the place of the singer-songwriter and underscored the power and importance of what is now called "classic rock."

1971'sproducerJames Gay-Rees, explained, "I remember sitting in a room with David Hepworth as he gave me the context of what was happening socially and politically that year, alongside which albums were coming out that year. And. . . it was a slightly jaw-dropping moment, because the list just seemed to never end, and I couldn’t believe that all those records came out of that one year. I mean, some of these months alone are kind of iconic moments for music."

"The Top 25 Best Albums Of 1971" - according toBestEverAlbums.com are:

1.Untitled (Led Zeppelin IV)- Led Zeppelin

2.Who's Next- The Who

3.Hunky Dory- David Bowie

4.Sticky Fingers- The Rolling Stones

5.What's Going On- Marvin Gaye

6.Blue- Joni Mitchell

7.Tago Mago- Can

8.Meddle- Pink Floyd

9.Tapestry- Carole King

11.Fragile- Yes

12.Bryter Laster- Nick Drake

13.Master Of Reality- Black Sabbath

14.Imagine- John Lennon

15.Aqualung- Jethro Tull

16.Electric Warrior- T. Rex

17.There's A Riot Going On- Sly & The Family Stone

18.Ram- Paul & Linda McCartney

19.At Fillmore East- The Allman Brothers Band

20.Maggot Brain- Funkadelic

21.Songs Of Love And Hate- Leonard Cohen

22.The Yes Album- Yes

23.Histoire De Melody Nelson- Serge Gainsbourg

24.Pearl- Janis Joplin

25.Nursery Cryme- Genesis

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