Ike and Tina Turner
Wake me up before you go go - Wham
I'm not going to post a video because it's already driving me mad. Heard it on the car radio. This thing's a...
I Want to Hold Your Hand - The Beatles.
Thanks, I did figure it out, but it seems like that should be a little more prominent. I'm a lot more likely to follow a person than to ignore them.
5. George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic
Next: The Sound of Silence - Simon and Garfunkle
I see something I like, and I want to follow the person, but the only way I've found to do it is in the Members list. If they are not staff...
I was just going to say the Youngbloods. They were a great group, but they only had that one top 40 hit, Get Together, in the US. I love Darkness...
I saw quite a few by Neil Young, but I don't think I've seen this one. Four Strong Winds
Joni Mitchell - California - I was in high school and living in California when this first came out.
10. Bohemian Rhapsody
Wow, that's a pretty small window since we are only a month into 2019. How about if I cheat just a little bit? I love these girls, and their...
Jerry Garcia and Merle Saunders - Live at Keystone
I love many of those already mentioned, so I will try not to repeat them
Didn't McCartney also say he thought the White Album was out of tune> Seems Like I saw a video where he said he panicked when he heard it and when...
Wow, there are so many great choices here. I'm going to try not to repeat the more popular, ones.
Fire Up - Merle Saunders (with Jerry Garcia and...
Without the Beatles we would never have heard of the Stones. I really believe this....
1. Somebody To Love - Queen
2. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
3. More Than A Feeling - Boston
4. Detroit Rock City - KISS
5. X Offender -...
I recently heard Iron Butterfly's In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. I remember it as being a really hot song, but it sounds so dated and strange to me now.
OK, here's a pretty obscure one, and I bet nobody's mentioned it. There was a guy named Bob Frank who put out a great album of the same name on...
I looked through a lot of this thread, and I also did a search and I didn't find it. How about "Sweet Melissa," by the Allman Brothers?
Any other clues, what approximate time period?
I've really been stuck on this song I loved back in the day. It's a song by Elvin Bishop, “Rock My Soul” from the album of the same name released...
I grew up on classic rock, and I still love it. I also love to explore great music that is being made today. Talent has not skipped a generation!
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