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Old 09-29-2004, 06:05 PM   #1
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your favourite artists of the 70's!

Some people would sooner forget music from the 70's...not me!

My favourite artists from this era:

Pink Floyd
The Doors
Don McLean
Queen
The Eagles
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Chris de Burgh

And you?
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I love The Doors and Floyd. I also love Fleetwood Mac. Lindsey and Stevie have so much chemistry together.
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I believe every decade had great music. The media is stupid. They used to harp about how bad the 70s are and I think... what?!!?!

Jeff Beck, 70s Costello, the Clash, Fleetwood Mac, Blondie ...
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the clash.
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This is difficult, because so many of the 70s bands I like bleed over into the 80s

Elton John
John Lennon
Bruce Springsteen
Zeppelin
Clash
Ramones
Pistols
Fleetwood Mac
Queen
Elvis Costello
Pink Floyd
The Eagles
Bob Dylan (Desire
Blood on the Tracks )
Black Sabbath
Warren Zevon
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bruce springsteen.

ok, now i'm torn between him and the clash.


dammit.


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bruce springsteen.

ok, now i'm torn between him and the clash.


dammit.


Why be torn between when you can listen to Bruce (along with Elvis Costello and Dave Grohl) cover "London Calling" and touch all the bases?
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because in my head, i still see dave grohl's choreographed movements to the microphone, and hear steve van zandt's solo that shouldn't be there.



i was trying to pick one 'favorite'. for once i thought i could, but i was wrong. too much music out there. i have to make really narrow categories...like punk rock bands from boston who released their debut album on september 23rd, 2003. or something like that. there can't be too many of them. i can only think of one (and that 23rd date may be a little off, it was last year, i don't remember too well).


i'm listening to springsteen now. 'stolen car'
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Elton John
Queen
David Bowie
Bruce Springsteen
Elvis Costello
Clash
CCR
Supertramp
Heart
Led Zeppelin
Rolling Stones
Pink Floyd
The Who

That's just to start
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
David Bowie
The Who

That's just to start
I should be shot for forgetting these guys...
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I should be shot for forgetting these guys...
Don't be so hard on yourself...just go listen to 'Damn The Torpedoes' and everything will be fine
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i don't regularly listen to stuff from the seventies except for blondie, the ramones, a little ccr, and, of course abba. i enjoy a little early michael jackson from time to time, too.

song from the seventies that i was forced to hear so much i actually grew tolerance for it: 'rasputin' by boney m.
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I love Led Zeppelin & Pink Floyd, sometimes Crosby Stills Nash & Young--& don't laugh--Rush somestimes too.
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