Paul McCartney - there's a reason that he's at the top of the list - the rest are in no particular order.
Pink Floyd w/ Roger Waters
Gordon Lightfoot - that outta throw a few of you
Frampton - dammit, it's as if I copied That70sGuy's list *averts eyes*
The Who - with...
Here's one that I was made aware of by my father who made twin cassettes for my sister and I for Christmas of 1973 (Dad was ahead of the times). This song was one of the songs on those cassettes...
And another stormy favorite of classic rock...
I'm certainly a fan of John Waite's, but I'll admit that I'd be at one of his shows with the expectation/hope that I'd hear a lot of Babys music. Music that a lot of the general public aren't aware of.
Don't get me wrong, I'd be happy to hear "Isn't It Time" and "Everytime I Think of You," but...
Damn, I love that picture! Too bad that Cobo will never again be the concert venue that it was in years past.
Back in the day, I saw Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (1983), KISS (1976), Boston (1979) and Styx (1979). I moved away from Michigan in 1980 so the fun kinda stopped there.
Very sad if it's true that the harmony between these two didn't extend beyond the edge of the stage. Brad Delp had a voice that was (IMO) incomparable. I was lucky to have seen Boston on two occasions. The first was on their Don't Look Back tour when they were at their pinocle (Sammy Hagar was...
I voted for Strawberry Fields, but that is not to make less of my affinity for I Am The Walrus. Walrus is one of the songs that I like to turn to when I'm angry. There's just something about /uttering/yelling "goo goo g-f*ckin-joob" that soothes my soul.
Is it just me?
Hows about "Rocks in the Attic?" It's a tough choice to be sure, but I have to cast my vote for Rocks. Seasons of Wither has been my favorite Aerosmith tune for damned near four decades. Toss in Back in the Saddle, Last Child and Lord of the Thighs (her thighs were SO nice!) and I'm sold.
My fave? Gotta go with Earache My Eye by Cheech and Chong.
I'll also make mention of a record that I found much funnier when I was 11 than I do these days. As strange as I find it today, I found it funny 37 years ago.
Sorry about the movie/music combo, but this was the best...
I'm entirely with you, ILJP! U2 is a band that I've never synched up with.....and I worked U-2s in the Air Force!!! :D
My top choice, however, has to be Lynyrd Skynyrd. And know that I say that with a degree of regret. I love Skynyrd, but they've become too much of a classic rock radio staple.
Aerozep3207, you're kind of a jerk for starting this thread. Just sayin'.
Please know that I kid....................or do I? :tongue:
I don't even know where to start. This is like picking my favorite pepperoni from a pizza with double pepperoni! Of course, like pepperoni, some songs go...
My thanks to you guys for making mention of my birthday ion spite of the fact that I'm so scarce these days! I may be 48, but I don't look a a day over 47! :D
Groovy, you're right, I need to post here more and thanks for those AWESOME pics of 3 of my all time faves!
You guys put the "class"...
I'm with you, Groovy. Ace and Peter have always been my favorite band members. Between 1976 and 2000, I've seen KISS 5 times, each time with the original line-up.
With all due respect to the talents of the replacement members, they just aren't the KISS that I grew up to and grew to love...