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Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

Discussion in '70's Music' started by JackInBox, May 22, 2005.

  1. Trevor Smith

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    Legs Diamond’s stuff has been re-released by the good folk at Rock Candy Records here in the U.K.


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    Good job on this one. Golden Earring is one of my favorites ever. I have a good one for you guys on the heavier side of rock. How about Budgie?! Those guys kicked some serious butt!!
     
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    Stray and Budgie.
    Stray never made it but are still around. They made some classic albums. Check out their first album and Saturday morning pictures. Both are classics
    As for budgie, they are just about my favourite band. They should have made it big but internal politics and egos stopped all that.
    Budgie made five excellent albums in the first incarnation and then made the classic, power supply, on their return.
     
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    Haven't scrolled through the entire thread but I'll add Montrose. Their 1973 debut was so groundbreaking and either consciously, or subconsciously influenced so many of the heavier bands back then. Was also a bit of a blueprint for the sound of 1978's VH1 - seeing as Ted Templeton worked on both.
     
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    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 Vanguard Records in 1972. That first record got great critical acclaim, then he seemed to drop off the planet. He has resurfaced, and made some more records, but does anybody remember this?
     
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    Elf, Captain Beyond, Armageddon and Masters Of The Airwaves
     
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    Is Paul Day, the original singer for Iron Maiden the same person as Bruce Dickinson?
     
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    ^^^^Yes and no and Paul Di'Anno suct maidens arse.

    Savoy Brown, Kim Simmons buried that name/band . The tumultuous ego.
     

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