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    STATUS QUO - PSYCHEDELIC PERIOD 1967-1970

    I was listening to 'the Quo' earlier this morning first 'the dog album' and then the Quo live in 1971 which was a good way to start the day over a hamburger and maple syrup and a mug of coffee!.
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    MOUNTAIN?. My all time favourite American heavy rock band period. That is why I have changed my name 'officially' on deed pole to LESLIE WEST.
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    What's the last gig that you went to?

    Currently Arthur Lee of the 1960s and early 1970s band LOVE and his 1972 solo album VINDICATOR which I have heard 1.000+ times before and it still 'blows me away' dudes!!!. The album VINDICATOR is basically Arthur's tribute to JIMI HENDRIX which goes without saying is 'HEAVY' on the electric...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    These days mainly American rock bands from the late 1960s and 1970s with the exceptions being some British rock bands and there albums that were released between 1969-70 through to the early 1980s such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Humble Pie, Robin Trower, Rory Gallagher, The...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    Riff to heavy dude try some Joni Mitchell and chill ;)
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I really like BOSTON especially there 1976-1985 stuff but I am not to sure about the bands later stuff it's 'alright I suppose' but Tom has gone a bit strange over things these days?. He has 'cuddly bunny rabbit' pictures inside the Boston cds and proclaims that he doesn't eat animal's and has...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    Another one that Manfred Mann covered was Bob Dylan's The Mighty Quinn that had a lot of radio airplay back in the mid/late 1960s here in England
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I really still like and also liked back in the early/mid 1970s MANFRED MANN'S EARTH BAND and in fact I have got a small number of their cds from the early/mid 1970s. As for the early MANFRED MANN stuff yeah I remember back in the earlier 1960s hearing songs like 5-4-3-2-1, Doo wah diddy & Pretty...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I heard this Neil Young cd album and talk about a change of musical style?? o_O
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I have it on cd but have never listened to it also I have BLONDES HAVE MORE FUN and again I have never listened to it except DO YA THINK I'M SEXY which was released as a single back in 1978. Apparently, this was Rod's 'disco album' from the late 1970s.
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    At the time of writing this post THE GROUNDHOGS circa 1984 and the RAZORS EDGE cd. The band on this recording are basically a three piece power trio lead by Tony McPhee an original founding member of The Groundhogs back in 1962 on electric guitar and guitar effects and vocals with Alan Fish on...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    The only band that I listen to lately is southern rockers BLACKFOOT that is Ricky Medlock and the boys from the 1979-82 era.
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    Rory Gallagher (Official Thread)

    Been listening to Rory again lately after a thirty year's absence which I can't believe it's been that long? Been listening to TASTE and played the first TASTE album released in 1969 roughly 50+ times over the last 10 days and also the second Taste album ON THE BOARDS released in 1970 around 25+...
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    DEEP PURPLE Officially Welcomes Guitarist SIMON MCBRIDE As Permanent Member

    "Simon McBride? I still haven't got over 'the man in black' Ritchie Blackmore leaving Purple, back in 1993 and have never even heard any of the 'Steve Morse era stuff' and never wanted too." You can delete my post 70s guy but I just wanted to post that comment thanks.
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    Quite possibly there most accessible and slightly commercial sounding album in the bands entire recording career released in 1981/82
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I have heard of this dude's name many times down the rock n roll years but never heard any of his records, but I dig the album cover
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    Janis Joplin (Official Thread)

    Hi Douglas, well apart from breaking up with my woman who's gone off with a 'younger dude' yeah not to bad thanks. When it comes to Janis Joplin I am not a fan of hers in particular although I have read quite a bit about her down the years but I am more interested the band BIG BROTHER AND THE...
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    Janis Joplin (Official Thread)

    I preferred her when she was with Big Brother & the Holding Company 1966-67 as opposed to the later Full Tilt band 1968-70
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    Yeah I liked their faded denim and long hair heads down no nonsense rocking out during the 1970s I still like Dog of Two Head(s) and Piledriver a lot and occasionally play both albums although a number of rock fans rate the Blue album.
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    What's the last gig that you went to?

    The last actual gig that I went to was Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash at the 100 Club in Oxford Street in central London in October 2017. Yeah it was a good gig although obviously only Martin Turner was in the original Wishbone Ash line up on stage that evening from inception of the band in 1970...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    I actually still play this AC/DC album occasionally although the running time is on the short side at around 35 minutes but it's an ok listen all the same.
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    Totally agree. As previously mentioned I have around 20-25 Mountain/Leslie West solo/West, Bruce & Laing cd/albums and it's all great rock music to listen to!. I first picked up on Mountain and Leslie West around 1985 when I bought a second-hand vinyl copy of Mountain Climbing released in 1970...
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    Twenty best 'live' albums (official only - no boots)

    I nearly forgot to included Rainbow On Stage from 1976-77 which is unforgiveable on my part because I use to play this double-vinyl album ALL THE TIME back in the late 1970s and into the 1980s. About 10 years ago I also bought the double-cd 'deluxe cd version' of this album on Polydor records...
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    What Are You Listening To? (No Videos)

    One of my favourite 'power trios' of all time featuring Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Corky Laing from 1972, I also have the follow up album/cd Whatever Turns You On from 1973 and also West, Bruce & Laing Live from 1973 released in 1974
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    Twenty best 'live' albums (official only - no boots)

    After thinking about it last night while listening to GRAND FUNK RAILROAD LIVE from 1969 here is another 5 live albums that are worth considering?. 1.Focus Live At The Rainbow (the Rainbow theatre in 1973 or originally called the Finsbury Park Astoria in north London but nowadays it's a Muslim...

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