☆The Plenty Of 1970☆

Nai Noswad

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Very true E-Z, I'd say a huge bulk of my vinyl is 1970-76...and in terms of heavy rock:1970-71.
1976 housed some excellent albums and singles.
I have tons of rare folk, prog, heavy prog and heavy blues rock.... must start digging them out.
 
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Here's a case in point, I picked this up for ****** all, in a bargain bin-. Produced at the time by ex- Monkee Michael Nesmith.
I think this featured on a compilation 'Ones That Got Away'?
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Ian Matthews - These Days
( shocked it was on SpewTube!)
 
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Very true E-Z, I'd say a huge bulk of my vinyl is 1970-76...and in terms of heavy rock:1970-71.
1976 housed some excellent albums and singles.
I have tons of rare folk, prog, heavy prog and heavy blues rock.... must start digging them out.
I deliberately didn't say 1976 Nai because I don't regard 'Punk' as classic rock. Punk was in a class of it's own so excluding Punk in 1976-77 I would say rocks 'golden age' was probably 1970-1976.
 

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I think at the time my Brother played this-
and the neighbours heard it.
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The Guess Who- No Sugar Tonight / New Mother Nature.
 

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