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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Others; Ry Cooder (a 1970's music), Delaney and Bonnie (even Eric Clapton liked them)
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    Not Death; Didn't Stay Long Enough

    - What about musicians that just stopped playing (not from death). Cat Stevens comes to mind !
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    Who Stayed Too Long? Who Didn't Stay Long Enough?

    Cat Stevens Didn't stay around long enough. Fans were loyal. :zzz:
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    - Who will make a list. I am too tired this morning. Random or alphabetical
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    Boz Scaggs, Loan Me A Dime/YouTube, New Guitar God

    couldn't said it better myself
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    What's Your Favorite Album of All Time?

    - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band its a no-brainer
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    Boz Scaggs, Loan Me A Dime/YouTube, New Guitar God

    - I was hoping for comments on YouTube video
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    Boz Scaggs, Loan Me A Dime/YouTube, New Guitar God

    - -Boz Scaggs, Loan Me A Dime/YouTube, New Guitar God - I just listened to this album/CD and the famous song. But I also discovered another guitar god. See this YouTube; -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdDNCvUQtLs - > From: Drivel101 - >
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    These bands were n-o-t forgotten, famous then, famous now; - ->New Riders of the Purple Sage - ->Big Brother & The Holding Co. - ->Three Dog Night - ->Johnny Winter (was a regular on Saturday-Night-Live tv show !) - ->The Marshall Tucker Band - ->Edgar Winter Group (the only one i am...
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    Leon Russell (Official Thread)

    Re: leon russell fans? I will have to get this. I saw the movie for 'JOE COCKER, MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMAN". Leon Russell was a very very good guitar player while also piano. Yes their is documentary/travelogue movie of them (Joe..Mad Dogs...) on their tour. Especially when they are...
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    Jimmy Hendrix Letter To Father,

    Re: Jimmy Hendrix Letter to his father It was 1965, Jimmy Hendrix was young. He was 22,or 23 years old. Of course he was an impressionable musician. The music world was changing fast, and deep inside he knew he would be a major part of it. His skills were of course obvious to him.
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    Jimmy Hendrix Letter To Father,

    Re: Jimmy Hendrix Letter to his father . . The DVD is "BLUE WILD ANGEL", not "Wild Blue Angel".
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    Leon Russell (Official Thread)

    Re: leon russell fans? he, Leon Russell just seemed great in "JOE COCKER-MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMAN", the live album, conert tour (their is even a movie of this tour) Leon Russell worked well with the "MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMAN", but after this I found his work very inconsistent. his music was...
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    Rock Legends Still Creative-and-Good 30 years later

    - Better yet. Who is not here (yes Not) - > Jimmy Page (not) ...... and many more...
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    Jimmy Page Career after Led Zepplin

    Jimmy page with Led Zepplin, he was just one of the best. Why did his career seem "very average" after Led Zepplin was gone. He, Jimmy Page, was a member of the Yardbirds. In the top 5 of electric guitar players and musicians. What happened to his careeer ? Was it he; - > Rich with...
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    Rock Legends Still Creative-and-Good 30 years later

    think some are; - > John Fogerty ("Blue Moon Swamp", he did n-o-t have rights to his music, and still did a great album) - > Bonnie Raitt - > Alvin Lee, tried many good ideas - > Empire of Hendrix, which has rights to Jimmy Hendrix, still finds material that is good and not seen...
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    Jimmy Hendrix Letter To Father,

    Re: Jimmy Hendrix Letter to his father If you watch Jimmy Hendrix (their are several DVD/movies/film-recording), he is very professional musician. He, Jimmy Hendrix, works is ass off to make everybody do a song right ! Constantly retuning his guitar, checking the amps, hand-signals to his...
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    Jimmy Hendrix Letter To Father,

    Weekly_Standard Thoughts; Hendrix Letter to Dad, 1965 Yes, the "playing lousy", got a response from David Brooks of the Weekly Standard Jimmy Hendrix is worthy of dbl pst, whatever that means
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    Where Bonnie Raitt

    'SOULS ALIKE", receive good reviews I read in Wall Street Journal, just a couple of days ago, she played at some fancy party in Greenwich. The party was some "Hedge-Fund-Manager", who had made millions. ARTICLE: Wall Street Journal, page A-1 ARTICLE: The Atlas Of New Money (Awash in...
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    Jimmy Hendrix Letter To Father,

    Jimmy Hendrix Letter to his father --> 1965
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    The Grammys

    . I agree, ridiculous, but Jethru Tull gave incredible live concerts. At least back in the 1970's.
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    The Grammys

    . It sucked. Its what the music industry wants; U2, Mariah Carrey. So safe, so mainstream. I find U2 just an average good band. They are getting old, and boring.
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    Recent CD Purchases

    . . [Only old guys buy CD's. It is all going to, download from the Internet, to some device(s)
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    When Keith Richard Was Actually Good

    What we are all saying; Sticky Fingers, the Stones peaked. They were as good as it gets p.s: yes "exile-on-main-street', was very good, was it great ?
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    Stones Show Stunk

    They stunk to high-heaven -> Picked terrible songs -> They are lousy now -> They last good music from them was 1972 ! -> This was Detroit, home of MOTOWN, TED NUGENT, BOB SEGER etc. etc.

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