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In Reply to: RE: Seeking 1970s Rock Experts With 70s Mix Knowledge posted by Newey on March 10, 2017 at 21:54:38
..."classic rock" - music made roughly between 1965 and 1975 when rock music creativity was at it's height.
Those songs come from albums.
The songs are available individually on iTunes.
You can make your own playlist by starting with one of the songs on a streaming service like Spotify or Pandora.
Glad you didn't get your butt kicked over something so trivial. Also saw your rude post on Music.
I'll try that.
In the meantime, I disagree with your dates for so-called 'classic rock' - and that's part of thing that I'm working on; a more correct history of [ugg] rock music.
There's an important reason why I've specified the time period of 1970 to 1973 so specifically. with out going into detail, it's because a style developed and made its fleshed-out appearence during those years. After 1973, things changed, decisively, into what most people recognize as the 1970s. There occured the rise of disco, and a theatrical element in rock that would be expressed as "glam-rock", accompanied by bi-sexual chic both in rock and roll and in society. Progressive rock, which had been developing since the mid 60's, reached it's dominant position on the scene and would subsequently reach its pinacle, before declining and falling out of favor.
And so on.
Oh, and I kick butt - not the other way around. You want to find out - let me know.
Severius! Supremus Invictus
In popular music. Some names that mattered: New York Dolls, Can, Stooges, Ramones, Tom Waits, Television, Kraftwerk, Fairport Convention, David Bowie, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Leonard Cohen. I would advise against Grand Funk Railroad, but to each their own. Good luck on your project.
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