40 Albums Baby Boomers Loved That Millennials Don't Know

These LPs were beloved by millions, but are younger generations finding them?

40 Classic Baby Boomer Albums
(Courtesy of Courtesy of A&M Records; Capitol Records; RSO Records; Warner Bros. Records)

Some albums transcend their eras, finding their way into the cultural canon and continually being rediscovered by subsequent generations of listeners. And some don't. For whatever reason, be it dated production, a social context that doesn't translate, or any number of far more ineffable causes, the following albums were beloved by millions of baby boomers and yet, unlike, say, the inarguably canonical Dark Side of the Moons and London Callings of the world, seemed not to resonate particularly strongly beyond their initial audience. Check back again in a few years, and this list, hopefully, will look entirely different.

By Kory Grow, Kenny Herzog, David Marchese and Dan Reilly 

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