Discussion in '70's Music' started by Magic, Dec 30, 2009.
Seven Bridges Road is such an amazing and often forgotten song.
Seven Bridges Road
Ian Matthews version:
Fantastic indeed!...it's a pity this song is unknown to most....
True, it's pretty well unknown,..it has such a cool feel to it,...most people would never guess it was UFO.
You have a great avatar, Fump,...I love Vagabonds of the Western World,...my favorite Thin Lizzy song is The Rocker.
American Flyer did a revised version of 'Call Me Tell Me' on their debut in 1976.
Originally recorded by Pure Prairie League in '72 I think, George Martin, who
produced this debut, really sauces it up w/ strings and a Spector-ish
'Wall of Sound' multi-tracking of acoustic guitars. It works pretty well for me.
85 percent of Roy Harper's material
Same for Bruce Cockburn's 70s output
Chicago-Happy Man; Critic's Choice
Most of Cat Stevens's stuff
Jethro Tull-Only Solitaire; Jack In The Green
ELP-Take A Pebble
Dixie Dregs-Northern Lights
Doobie Brothers-Black Water
Teach Your Children from Crosby, Stills, & Young comes to mind.
Lola by the Kinks would be up there as well.
Heart of Gold by Neil Young
Definitely Cat Steven's Father and Son
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