Top 50 Albums from 1964

Name the top fifty albums from 1964 according to www.rateyourmusic.com as of May 2019.
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Artist
Album
#1: Eric Dolphy
Out to Lunch
#2: Stan Getz & João Gilberto featuring Antônio Carlos Jobim
Getz / Gilberto
#3: Charles Mingus
Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus
#4: The Beatles
A Hard Day's Night
#5: Herbie Hancock
Empyrean Isles
#6: Lee Morgan
The Sidewinder
#7: Bob Dylan
The Times They Are A-Changin'
#8: John Coltrane Quartet
Crescent
#9: Yusef Lateef
Eastern Sounds
#10: Bob Dylan
Another Side of Bob Dylan
#11: Grachan Moncur III
Evolution
#12: Jackie McLean
Destination Out!
#13: Andrew Hill
Black Fire
#14: Muddy Waters
Folk Singer
#15: The Ronettes
Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica
#16: Booker Ervin
The Freedom Book
#17: Академический симфонический оркестр Московской государственной филармонии / Кирилл Кондрашин [Kirill Kondrashin]
Symphony No. 5
#18: John Fahey
Vol. II: Death Chants, Breakdowns and Military Waltzes
#19: John Coltrane
Coltrane's Sound
#20: Jan Johansson
Jazz på Svenska
#21: Andrew Hill
Judgment!
#22: Jackie McLean
One Step Beyond
#23: Das Philharmonia Orchester London / Der Philharmonia Chor London / Carlo Maria Giulini / Elisabeth Schwarzkopf / Christa Ludwig / Nicolai Gedda / Nicolai Ghiaurov
Requiem
#24: Sam Cooke
Ain't That Good News
#25: Hank Mobley
No Room for Squares
Artist
Album
#26: Wayne Shorter
Night Dreamer
#27: Gil Evans
The Individualism of Gil Evans
#28: New York Philharmonic / Leonard Bernstein
Symphonie Fantastique
#29: John Barry
Goldfinger
#30: Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan
Le Sacre du Printemps
#31: The Supremes
Where Did Our Love Go
#32: Joe Henderson
Our Thing
#33: Chuck Berry
St. Louis to Liverpool
#34: Donald Byrd Band & Voices
A New Perspective
#35: Glenn Gould
The Two and Three Part Inventions (Inventions & Sinfonias)
#36: Herbie Hancock
Inventions & Dimensions
#37: Henry Mancini
The Pink Panther
#38: Thelonious Monk
It's Monk's Time
#39: Kenny Dorham
Una Más (One More Time)
#40: Baden Powell
À Vontade
#41: Shirley Collins & Davy Graham
Folk Roots, New Routes
#42: Various Artists
Fiddler on the Roof
#43: Frank Sinatra, Count Basie and His Orchestra
It Might as Well Be Swing
#44: Wiener Philharmoniker / Wiener Staatsopernchor / Rudolf Kempe / Jess Thomas / Elisabeth Grümmer / Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau / Christa Ludwig / Gottlob Frick / Otto Wiener
Lohengrin
#45: Edu Lobo
A Música de Edu Lobo por Edu Lobo
#46: Denny Zeitlin
Cathexis
#47: Ravi Shankar
Portrait of Genius
#48: Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers
The Freedom Rider
#49: Buck Owens
Together Again / My Heart Skips a Beat
#50: Doc Watson
Doc Watson
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