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ok--I `m getting old.:rolleyes:
but---
The era I grew up in was awsome!
70`s dude:D
anyway--best part of the 70`s was the rock and metal.
For all you young guys---
these are the guys that wrote most of the songs newer bands cover.

I`ll post a few of my favs--starting with the least fav---but all kick ass tunes that are timeless.
some of you may not know the bands
As I post more---They will get more popular ;)


EDGAR WINTER
FRANKENSTIEN
early days of synth music--but what they did with it was awsome.
Watch the spectacle of swapping instruments ,key,timeing--all of it--great musician.
Note the guitar work :cool:

ARGENT
The origonal writers of this tune
way ahead of thier time.
Great band.

BADFINGER
one of the most talented groups.
Key members died early--shame--they were true talents



I`ll post harder rock as I go.
floyd
zep
sabbath
so on

please post your favs as well.
 

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:rock:all great songs.it is a shame what music has turned into today.it plain sucks.other than a few new select bands,i could not tell you who is on the radio anymore,have not listened to it in years.wasn't badfinger on the beatles label?
 

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sorry- dawg--I`ve been rockin` before you wet your first diaper:p

I agree matt
A few select groups continue to amaze!
YEs-badfinger was signed by mccartny to apple.
They crumbled under the pressure to be as good as the beatles
among other problems.



Another great 70`s group/ hit maker

 

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How about some Outlaws. Green grass and high tides forever. one of my favorite jams.

John
you are so right sir :cool:

we have to have some whippin` post
 

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claptons best album back then

goin` back to early greats
I really liked this song as a kid
 

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I'm 34 and thats pretty much the era of music I listen to. I can't stand most of the music thay play these days. Classic rock and oldies all the way.

On a side note, my cousin used to play for Edgar Winter, among many other bands.
 

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on the other side of the spectrum--we have some classic first time tunes we all tried to play on guitar
love these guys stuff
 

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I'm 34 and thats pretty much the era of music I listen to. I can't stand most of the music thay play these days. Classic rock and oldies all the way.

On a side note, my cousin used to play for Edgar Winter, among many other bands.
WOW_-EG WINTER was unreal!!!


You have to respect that talent--in spite of that orange jumper:lol::lol:

Your cousin must have some storys to tell :p
 

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He lives in Alaska, only seen him a handful of times. He played for Muddy Waters also, plus a few other bands. Played the trumpet, Mike McLellan.

He's actually my 2nd cousin, my dad grew up with him.
 

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Way cool heathen.

ok--how `bout some led zeppelin

 

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ok--the master
I can listen to this guy all day


 

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let us not forget the men from the south
One of the best southern rock bands-bar none.

 

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God them was days ,concerts were a mainstay of life and everyweekend and like 7.00 ...load the IH scout up with chicks and head to Indy wine party and song,.

Johnny Winter was among the best I ever seen live with that dual axe he could produce sounds like no other in the day ...maybe hendrix was close.

I got to go to the august jam at charolett Nc in 73 and wow what a show had the stages on train flat cars setting up while one was playing they would roll the other up and the one back, just a constant 24hr party it was next to woodstock on attendence and OD victims it was a american experiance indeed.

I got to see Muddywaters a lot and know exactly who your relation was for sure. Muddy opened for a lot of bands too he stayed real busy in his late career.
He always said you got anything good keep it in your back pocket..never forgot that statement said by him.
 

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Oh yea!!:D
CCR was great
always liked fogertys voice.
 

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bad company:cool:


most excellentB)
 
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