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Artkansas 10-19-13 07:37 PM

I loved this song in the aftermath of the breakup of one of my deepest relationships.

Neil Young - In the Field of Opportunity


skidder 10-23-13 09:25 PM

How about some Cheap Trick?!?! :)


skidder 10-23-13 09:35 PM

This thread needs some ZZ Top. :D



skidder 10-23-13 09:42 PM

Why not double up on the ZZ Top? :thumb:


skidder 10-23-13 09:49 PM

Jackson Browne's 'the road and the sky' 1976

TiBikeGuy 10-23-13 09:51 PM


Carly Simon - You're So Vain ....The song was a number-one hit in the US, Canada and Australia. Bowing at #99 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 2 December 1972, the song took only five more weeks to rocket to the top of the chart, where it stayed for the first three weeks of 1973, also spending two weeks at the top of the Easy Listening chart in early 1973, her first number one on either chart. "You're So Vain" was Simon's breakthrough hit in the United Kingdom, reaching number three on the UK chart on its original release in 1973.

Artkansas 10-23-13 09:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TiBikeGuy (Post 16187114)
Carly Simon - You're So Vain ....

One Friday evening, I was hitchiking from Santa Barbara to L.A. to see my girlfriend. I got picked up by a guy in an MG TD. As we blasted up the on ramp, this song came on. I told him about Mick Jagger doing backup vocals, and even over the roar of the wind and the engine, he could hear them.

TiBikeGuy 10-23-13 10:03 PM


Cat's in the Cradle" is a 1974 folk rock song by Harry Chapin from the album Verities & Balderdash. The single topped the Billboard Hot 100 in December 1974. As Chapin's only No. 1 hit song, it became the best known of his work and a staple for folk rock music.

TiBikeGuy 10-23-13 10:09 PM


Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind

TiBikeGuy 10-23-13 10:14 PM


Ralph McTell - Streets of London

chewybrian 10-24-13 12:34 AM


skidder 10-30-13 07:03 PM

How about some Warrn Zevon (1978):


skidder 10-30-13 07:08 PM

Another Warren Zevon classic:


rm -rf 10-30-13 08:04 PM

This thread really has a fantastic range of sounds. More, Please!

The Allman Brothers Band - Hot 'Lanta ( At Fillmore East, 1971 )

Duane Allman's solo starts at 1:45



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I haven't heard this album in 30 years...
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The New Riders of the Purple Sage

And now he's rollin' down the mountain
Going fast, fast, fast
And if he blows it this one's gonna be his last
Run to Acapulco to turn the golden keys
Henry keep the brakes on for this corner if you please

Sixty Fiver 10-30-13 08:51 PM


skijor 10-30-13 10:49 PM

My fav for 30 years.

Rickie's signature song :love:

bikeguyinvenice 10-31-13 03:57 AM

Neil Young


UtahRider 10-31-13 09:09 AM

Jethro Tull - Stand Up (vinyl)

More Cowbell 10-31-13 12:25 PM


More Cowbell 10-31-13 12:27 PM


skidder 11-06-13 09:01 PM

Didn't see any Patti Smith in this thread, so here ya go:


ahsposo 11-07-13 08:42 AM

Well, this is Thursday and 1969 was the gateway to the '70s and I listened to Santana in the '70s a LOT

So here goes:


bikeguyinvenice 11-07-13 08:52 AM

Great one from the 70's


ahsposo 11-07-13 08:57 AM

These guys were a lot of fun in concert. Possibly the best purely instrumental rock band ever.


trsidn 11-07-13 09:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by skidder (Post 16187085)
This thread needs some ZZ Top. :D


BZZZZZZZZZ! that was the 80's


THIS was the 70's




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