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☆The Plenty Of 1970☆

Discussion in '70's Music' started by Nai Noswad, Feb 10, 2020.

  1. E-Z

    E-Z Jack Bruce: Cream+West, Bruce & Laing+BLT

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    I only listen to early/mid 1970s rock. Ok I have some 1980s 'metal' and do occasionally listen to some but I personally get more satisfaction listening to early/mid 1970s heavy rock.
     
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    darklands everything's broken, and my Stacys are soaking wet

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    Didn't see it in 1970, but a couple of times since (and re-watching it now [bit un-PC (i.e. sexist) today!]). And the T.V. series is an elemental part of my youth - and responsible for some of my outlook on things.
     
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    darklands everything's broken, and my Stacys are soaking wet

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    Pretty awful song, but i loved it too back in the day (and my kids all know it!)
    Hated 'Brown Girl in the Ring' though!! (nearly as much as [the unrelated] 'Karma Chameleon'!)
     
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    E-Z Jack Bruce: Cream+West, Bruce & Laing+BLT

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    Boney M were very popular in the mid 1970s in the Uk & Europe. Rasputin was pretty good if you liked disco and I think they had a hit with Belfast as well?. Agree Darklands I didn't like Brown Girl In The Ring either.
     
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    Recorded in 1970,this Harvest album has a blend of everything... and I agree with the song title.. totally!

    Spectrum - Make Your Stash.
     
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    I use to like the UK Harvest 'progressive music' label of the early 1970s it had some interesting 'progressive rock bands' signed to the label, I think they eventually became part of the EMI organisation?..
     
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    darklands everything's broken, and my Stacys are soaking wet

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    Barclay James Harvest were on Harvest - dunno if there was a connection...?
    I think BJH were termed 'progressive rock'; again, whatever that term means...
     
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    Between Woodstock, Something and Two Little Boys... Radio memory :
     
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    Those fuckers of nuns in 1970 beat one devil out.. and two in.
    The cinema was pure escapism, jenny 'Walkabout' Agutter starred in this cult British film (available on SpewTube.)

    I Start Counting.
    (without going on the Interwebs I'm sure Back Home was a big 45rpm too?
     
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    On October 27, 1970, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice released a double-LP “concept” album called Jesus Christ Superstar, which only later would become the smash-hit Broadway musical of the same name.

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