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Can you recognize the best-selling albums of 1969?

These classic records took us all the way from Broadway to San Quentin.

The summer of 1969 was the season of Woodstock, and you can believe the spirit of the epic festival overtook the airwaves and album charts. Rock and hippie vibes were a regular presence at No. 1 — though, people were still snatching up soul and country.

The 11 album covers below belong to records that topped the charts that year. See if you can recognize the best-selling albums of '69 from the artwork alone! (Well, and some hints.)

  1. Why did the fans cross the road? To buy this album.
  2. He went to prison for this.
  3. He went to Nashville for this.
  4. From Nashville to Wichita…
  5. It had only been nine months since their debut album.
  6. This Broadway Cast recording was No. 1 on the charts for an incredible 13 weeks.
  7. There were no pinballs on the cover, surprisingly.
  8. They were "Taking Care of Business" on this No. 1 album, a soundtrack to a television special.
  9. They whipped up a "Commotion" on this No. 1 album.
  10. They sang "You've Made Me So Very Happy," perhaps because their fans sent the album to No. 1 for seven weeks in 1969.
  11. They offered "Can't Find My Way Home," but they did find their way to No. 1.
Can you recognize the best-selling albums of 1969?

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