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I’m in the nostalgic mood out in the shop and have been listening to music of my teens, Steppenwolf, CCR,  3 Dog Night and a few others. I’m downloading albums from Apple Music on to my iPad and need some more ideas, help me out. I’ve got most of the country stuff from back then but would like more rock from that era. Thanks for your help.

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The Doors

Jimi Hendrix

The Mamas and the Papas

CSN/CSN & Y

Eric Burdon and the Animals

The Grass Roots

The Association

The Beatles

The Rolling Stones

Pink Floyd

Ted Nugent

 

That should hold you for a while.:D

 

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Steely Dan 

Chicago

Blood Sweat and Tears

Cream

Vanilla Fudge 

 

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Moody Blues 

Eurythmics

The Pretenders 

The Eagles 

Kansas

Styx

Jethro Tull

Led Zeppelin 

The Allman Brothers Band 

Aerosmith

Van Morrison

Uriah Heep

Bob Seger

America

Boston

Jerry Rafferty

Stevie Ray Vaughn

The Marshal Tucker Band

ZZ Top

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A couple J's

Journey

Jefferson Airplane

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11 minutes ago, Eyesa Horg said:

A couple J's

Journey

Jefferson Airplane


John Mellencamp

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Sly and the Family Stone

Earth Wind and Fire

Average White Band

Gerry and the Pacemakers

Herman’s Hermits 

Dave Clark Five 

 

 

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Nice list goin here,Yul's never gonna get another cart done;).

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1 hour ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

Pearls Before Swine.

The Lovin' Spoonful 

 

One specific Moody Blues piece (Yes, they did more than Nights in White Satin)

 

 


MOODIES did a BUNCH  of great songs!!!  Lots of orchestration and sublime arrangements!!

 

They even did a song about ME!! :lol:
 


 

 

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Spanky and our Gang

Four Tops

Temptations

Supremes

Martha and the Vandellas

The Crystals

The Shirelles

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

The Platters

 

 

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I used to have a boss in Sheridan, Wyoming  that called this music Dope Smokin Music and forbade me from listening to it in the company delivery van. Little did he know that I’d change the station whenever I was out on deliveries and change it back when I returned. Thanks for all of the suggestions, I’d forgot about most of this music.

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1 hour ago, Eyesa Horg said:

Nice list goin here,Yul's never gonna get another cart done;).

I might be out there all of the time now, it beats most of the stuff my wife watches on TV.

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2 minutes ago, Okie Sawbones, SASS #77381 said:

Tiny Tim!

Okay Okie you can just tip toe outta here now!:P:lol:

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10 minutes ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Okay Okie you can just tip toe outta here now!:P:lol:

 

Yeah, what Rye said.

And because that suggestion was so bad...make it sandspurs, not tulips.:P

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Ten Wheel Drive

Marvin Gaye

Luther Vandross

James Brown

Wilson Pickett

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap

Paul Revere and the Raiders

The Four Seasons

The Manhattans 

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Bruce Springstien

Steppenwolf

Manfred Mann

Dobie Gray

Lou Reed

Warren Zevon

Dire Straights

Foghat

George Thorouhgood

Quicksilver Messenger Service

Steve Winwood

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1 hour ago, Blackwater 53393 said:


MOODIES did a BUNCH  of great songs!!!  Lots of orchestration and sublime arrangements!!

 

They even did a song about ME!! :lol:
 


 

 

 

 

You betchem!  Lazy Afternoon, Rainy Tuesday, The Dream, Tuesday Afternoon....
I think one of the most underappreciated groups of that era.  And if you ask 100 people to name one of their songs, 98.5 will only be able to name "Nights in White Satin."


 

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I can’t believe that in all of this, nobody has mentioned the greatest female rock band of all time!

 

HEART!!

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4 minutes ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

I can’t believe that in all of this, nobody has mentioned the greatest female rock band of all time!

 

HEART!!

I heard they were kind of off beat.  I have a ridiculous collection of records (Even my kids call them vinyl!) from the '60's, but I guess I don't have a Heart.

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10 minutes ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

 

You betchem!  Lazy Afternoon, Rainy Tuesday, The Dream, Tuesday Afternoon....
I think one of the most underappreciated groups of that era.  And if you ask 100 people to name one of their songs, 98.5 will only be able to name "Nights in White Satin."


 

 

Don't forget Dear Diary. I don't know why but that's one of my favorites by the Moody Blues.

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Blue Oyster Cult

Led Zepplin

Warren Zevon

Tommy James and the Shondells

Bad Co.

Free

Mungo Jerry

Black Sabbath

War

Eric Burden and the Animals

Rolling Stones

Wings

The Beatles

 

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Liked some of Iron Butterfly's drum solos.

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1 minute ago, Rip Snorter said:

I heard they were kind of off beat.  I have a ridiculous collection of records (Even my kids call them vinyl!) from the '60's, but I guess I don't have a Heart.

 

2 minutes ago, Rip Snorter said:

I heard they were kind of off beat.  I have a ridiculous collection of records (Even my kids call them vinyl!) from the '60's, but I guess I don't have a Heart.

 

Ann Wilson was, and may still be, one of the best female vocalists of all time. Nancy Wilson (her sister) is one of the most accomplished female guitarists of all time. Together, they both form Heart. If you've never heard them, you're missing out on gem of a band.

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The Lettermen

Mary Wells

Peter Paul and Mary

The Righteous Brothers 

Peter and Gordon

 

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1 minute ago, Rip Snorter said:

I heard they were kind of off beat.  I have a ridiculous collection of records (Even my kids call them vinyl!) from the '60's, but I guess I don't have a Heart.


Nothing “offbeat” about them. Fabulous, powerful vocals, one of the best guitarists anywhere, and a list of hits that rivals all the great acts of the period, right up until today!!

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