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  1. gguerra

    Farewell Jeff Beck.

    RIP Jeff. Big Fan here. One of my favorite guitarists. I actually got into his Jazz Fusion material first in 1976 when I was in high school. I was into that type of music at the time. Wired was my first album, then the earlier album Blow by Blow, then his other albums after that into the 80s...
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    R.I.P. Christine McVie

    Great singer and songwriter. RIP Christine.
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    Original Nazareth Singer Dan McCafferty Dead at 76

    One of a kind voice. RIP.
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    New Documentary on Bon Scott

    Thought you guys would enjoy this.
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    Any Grand Funk fans here?

    Absolutely a fan, since the 70s. I just happened to see this doc on youtube a few weeks back.
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    Charlie Watts RIP

    RIP Charlie
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    ZZ Top Bassist Dusty Hill Dies

    Been a fan of ZZ Top since 1975. RIP Dusty.
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    TONY IOMMI Says Original Tapes For BLACK SABBATH's 'Born Again' Album Have Been Found: 'I'm Thinking Of Remixing' It

    "Born again" is an album that got by me back in the day. After listening to it more recently, some of the songs did stand out for me. They kind of grow on you. Ian Gillan is a great singer although I did not recognize that till later.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Another really good one here imo. Kind of like a cross between Cream and Jethro Tull.
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    Remembering Terry Kath

    I mentioned the documentary in my last post. It is now on Youtube for those interested.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Came across this today, simply outstanding. Never heard of them but what a shame they did not become something bigger.
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    Genesis (Official Thread)

    New old release here from 1973, remastered in 4k. The visual is stunning on this one. 37 minute show.
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    Remembering Terry Kath

    There's a full length concert on Youtube from 1970, there are others but this one stands out. It's a Bill Graham production. I've also seen a documentary on him. It came out a few years ago. His daughter and wife are featured. It's free to watch on the web or if you have IMDB on your media...
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    What other Scorpions albums would you recommend?

    From their early years, Fly to the Rainbow.
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    I love Foghat's "Fool For the City" album, which other one(s) should I get?

    One of my favorites is Stone Blue, bought it when it came out on vinyl of course. The earlier ones are great too.
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    What Music DVD Are You Watching

    Not a DVD but I thought I would mention it anyway. DVD's are kind of going out of style these days. I found this gem a couple of days ago. Dire Straits with Eric Claption. EC plays rhythm for most of it if you can believe it.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Came across this yesterday. A truly forgotten artist from the 70s. Sounds great and very soulful.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Turns out this is great channel. Every title I clicked on was pretty damn good. A few of the ones I listened to (and downloaded).
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Here is another channel. "Thebestdream I had". Many albums from the 70s, some from the 60s. Some of these I've heard of, many I have not.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    This one popped up on my feed. A nice instrumental version of Pink Floyd. Excellent Psych Rock if you can even call it Rock. Simple and easy on the ears.
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    You're welcome. The first site does indeed have some good ones. I've heard about 30 or so. A few good ones I've heard include, "Tetragon", "Dark", "Christopher" They have a couple of albums by Tetragon, here is one. They do jam, I am surprised they didn't get more recognition. I started...
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    Here's another one. I haven't had time to explore. This is called "The Gladiator of Rock".
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    Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

    I've been into 70s Progressive Rock lately and found this youtube channel called RarestRecords. These are audio only, recordings of rare LPs. Way too many to mention and there are a lot of hidden gems.
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    New BluRay, CD/LP release from Jimi Hendrix

    Will be released on Nov 20, 2020 Looks kick ass to me. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Live In Maui, 1970)
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    Music Festivals from 1970

    There was one in Texas also in 1969 in Lewisville, north of Dallas. Before my time. Right after Woodstock it seems. Led Zeppelin was not big at the time. CSNY and an early version of Chicago among others...

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