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Title: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: DaveyO on June 10, 2010, 02:10:00 PM
I still listen to:
America
Doobie bros
Paul Mccartney and wings
Chicago

The Eagles

haha , I'm getting old
Dave


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Queequeg on June 10, 2010, 02:25:19 PM
Steely Dan
Little Feat


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: eded on June 10, 2010, 03:28:28 PM
Genesis
King Crimson
Van Der Graaf
Gong
Henry Cow
Gentle Giant


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Pulvus on June 10, 2010, 04:20:49 PM
King Crimson
Deep Purple
Led zeppelin
The Who


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Barefoot Rob on June 10, 2010, 04:50:35 PM
First eded I didn't think anyonr else ever listen to Gentle Giant,I must have seen them a dozen time's and I still have a couple of records in my collection.

CSN+Y
N.Young
Deep Purple
Genesis
Little Feat
Commander Cody and the lost Planet Airmen
Dan Hicks and his hot Licks
Renaissance
Leo Kottke,John Fahey
Parliment
Funkadelics
Earth Wind and Fire
Mothers Finest
and a bunch more,the above is off the top of the point of my head


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 10, 2010, 05:11:29 PM
The 70's. The Beatles broke up but Abbey Road (released in September '69) ends one and begins another decade with a big bang. Dylan, Springsteen, Van Morrison, David Bowie and Neil Young become institutions. 60's bands like The Rolling Stones, The Who, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, The Kinks et al had their ups and downs as they continued their merry and not so merry ways. Exile on Main Street may be the quintessential 70's statement. The best bands that I think of as 70's bands however ...

Little Feat
Graham Parker and the Rumour
Elvis Costello and the Attractions
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Led Zeppelin
CSN(Y)
Steely Dan
Eagles
Sex Pistols
New York Dolls
Clash
Talking Heads
Ramones

What do we do with the likes of CCR, The Band or Traffic? Started in 60's and petered out in the 70's.  




Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: jimmy buffett on June 10, 2010, 06:26:26 PM

What do we do with the likes of CCR, The Band or Traffic? Started in 60's and petered out in the 70's.  


duck, these three bands are worthy of honourable mention in any era...


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: bluesman67 on June 10, 2010, 07:02:46 PM
Adding only the good ones that haven't been named yet:

J. Geils
Aerosmith
Boston
Van Halen
The Cars
Alman Brothers
Bob Seger
Alice Cooper
James Taylor
Billy Joel
Elton John




Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: dgrose on June 10, 2010, 07:27:12 PM
Steely Dan
Little Feat
:+1:  plus Zappa, Todd Rundgren and 10cc.

dg


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: cantwellm on June 11, 2010, 01:19:01 AM
I didnt notice in the lists above:

Emerson, Lake and Palmer..(saw 'em!)
Supertramp (saw 'em!)
Joe Jackson (saw him)
Don McLean (saw him twice!)
Springsteen (Born to Run released 'way back in 75!)


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Danny on June 11, 2010, 02:39:44 AM
    Jackson Browne.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: eded on June 11, 2010, 03:08:08 AM
First eded I didn't think anyonr else ever listen to Gentle Giant,I must have seen them a dozen time's and I still have a couple of records in my collection.

(snippage)

and a bunch more,the above is off the top of the point of my head

Gentle Giant played at a little dive here in Baltimore for several years in a row.  I regularly saw them with my feet resting on the stage.  Good golly, what a band.  Gary Green and Malcolm Mortimer have a new thing going they call "Three Friends". 
http://www.nearfest.com/event/lineup.asp

After finding Genesis Live in the "cutout bin", my musical life changed forever.   For the better.

Ed


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Zohn on June 11, 2010, 11:47:55 AM
Golden Earing, T-Rex, Poco, Toto, Straits (ok, late 70's...)


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Corky on June 11, 2010, 02:39:12 PM
Many of my faves on the list.  Must add Cheap Trick.

The other day I was listening to some old stuff by Sparks.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: eded on June 11, 2010, 03:03:22 PM
After finding Genesis Live in the "cutout bin", my musical life changed forever.   For the better.

Ed

As a PS, that was the first Genesis Live...  in '72 (or 73, maybe).

Ed


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Michael T on June 11, 2010, 03:07:47 PM
All of the above!  :winkin: and likely many more too, what a wonderful era.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: PCT57 on June 11, 2010, 09:55:24 PM
Here's a UK selection:

Yes
Focus
Wishbone Ash
Camel
Free
Groundhogs
Bad Company
Moody Blues
Deep Purple
10cc


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: teh on June 11, 2010, 09:55:37 PM
Don't forget Harry Chapin's Band in no particular order here are the ones I saw over the years.

Big John Wallace: Bass and vocals
Doug Walker: Lead Guitar
Steve Chapin: Keyboards and vocals
Tom Chapin: Guitar, Banjo and vocals
Howie Fields: Drums
Tim Scott, Kim Scholes, Yvonne Cable: Cello


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: BradleyofKansas on June 11, 2010, 09:59:02 PM
Blind Faith - (Killer Lineup)  Clapton,Baker,Winwood,Grech
T-Rex
The Band
Nick Drake
Black Sabbath
J.J. Cale


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Danny on June 11, 2010, 10:02:49 PM
Here's a UK selection:

Yes
Focus
Wishbone Ash
Camel
Free
Groundhogs
Bad Company
Moody Blues
Deep Purple
10cc
  Badfinger?


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: teh on June 12, 2010, 01:51:10 AM
From my high school days, let's make sure we don't forget Emerson, Lake and Palmer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=570W6DKg_Oo&feature=related

I wonder if the intro by Greg Lake is enought to convince anyone around here besides me about the merits of a Forum V (L or Jumbo) guitar with flamed or quilted maple back and sides.




Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: dgrose on June 12, 2010, 02:13:31 AM
  Badfinger?

Yeah! Excellent group, excellent songs!

dg


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Caleb on June 12, 2010, 09:11:34 PM
ABBA :wave
(http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/health-and-fitness/abba001.jpg)


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: cantwellm on June 12, 2010, 09:25:39 PM
Slap to the forehead! ABBA - of course! :thumbsup

Unless the creature is being sarcastic.
In which case, I'm not looking very cool right now.... :whistling:


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Caleb on June 12, 2010, 09:26:44 PM
Slap to the forehead! ABBA - of course! :thumbsup

Unless the creature is being sarcastic.
In which case, I'm not looking very cool right now.... :whistling:
Nope.  I'm dead serious.  I still listen to them sometimes!


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Tycho on June 12, 2010, 09:30:59 PM
Abba were brilliant popsmiths.  I've always loved them.  I have vinyl copies of Greatest Hits and Greatest Hits Vol. 2 to prove it!


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Corky on June 12, 2010, 10:03:54 PM
And they knew how to dress!    :laughin:

(http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc1/hs267.snc1/9427_104005032946731_100000117047695_110598_3600468_n.jpg)


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: pennerblue on June 13, 2010, 03:13:08 AM
Ok...somebody's gotta say this, and then take heat for it, but the Grateful Dead made some amazing music in the 70s.  The Allmans too, but someone already nodded to them.

And of course, the Stones finest music came in a burst from 1968-1972.

All of this I came to appreciate later.

For me in the late seventies, there were really only five bands:  The Clash, Elvis Costello, The Jam, David Bowie and The Talking Heads.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: guitarbob on June 14, 2010, 04:26:27 PM
I was all over the place in the 70's. Listened to a lot of guys like BW Stevenson, Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Murphey (pre Michael MARTIN Murphey) Willie Nelson's "Red Headed Stranger" came out in 75'. I liked Rod Stewart, Poco, The Band, Jethro Tull, CSN, Neil young. But, I've gotta say, I went to a Jethro Tull concert, and the opening band absolutely blew me away when they came out and began their set with "I've Seen All Good People." I had never heard of Yes, but they were amazing live. I wore that 8 track out in my dad's 1970 Thunderbird. (Didn't have an 8 track player in my 57' Fairlane.  :ph34r:


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 16, 2010, 06:43:21 PM
Foreigner
Savoy Brown
Lynard Skynard
BTO
Bob Marley and the Wailers
Queen
Springsteen
ZZ Top
Guess Who
Jethro Tull
Journey
Kansas
Van Halen
Fleetwood Mac (w/ Buckingham/Nicks)
Joe Walsh
Alan Parsons
Meat Loaf

Whatta decade





Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: jimmy buffett on June 16, 2010, 06:59:07 PM
There have been a ton of great bands mentioned on this thread, but the mention of Savoy Brown by Walkerman brought a smile to my face.  I'll have to go home and dig out my copy of "Street Corner Talking"...


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 16, 2010, 07:00:14 PM
How could I forget Bob Marley and the Wailers, Steve? Great addition! Great band! Even better than ABBA.  :rolleye:


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 16, 2010, 07:05:29 PM
There have been a ton of great bands mentioned on this thread, but the mention of Savoy Brown by Walkerman brought a smile to my face.  I'll have to go home and dig out my copy of "Street Corner Talking"...

My favotite album was "Lookin In"...what a cover art.  And how could I have mentioned Savoy Brown and forgotten to mention Foghat....My bad.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 16, 2010, 07:06:35 PM
Does anyone have or has anyone named a band that they liked then but have trouble listening to now? I don't mean their new music (which might let The Stones off the hook) but the stuff you liked way back then. Or does our taste (or lack of it) pretty much stay the same until the day we hear that band? For me it's stayed pretty much the same and actually I've learned to like some popular bands that I wouldn't listen to then. Like David Bowie, for instance. ABBA still hasn't made the grade, however.   


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 16, 2010, 07:08:47 PM
How could I forget Bob Marley and the Wailers, Steve? Great addition! Great band! Even better than ABBA.  :rolleye:

One of my prized possessions is a concert poster one of my sons gave me.  It's from a concert at the London Lyceum Ballroom with two bands on the bill...George Harrison and Bob Marley.  The picture on the poster is of Harrison and Marley  (both quite young) shaking hands.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 16, 2010, 07:12:41 PM
One of my prized possessions is a concert poster one of my sons gave me.  It's from a concert at the London Palladium with two bands on the bill...George Harrison and Bob Marley.  The picture on the poster is of Harrison and Marley  (both quite young) shaking hands.

That'd be a good one, alright. Both were fine guitarists who died too young. The BMW Live album is absolutely tremendous, ain't it? 


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Queequeg on June 16, 2010, 07:58:48 PM
Does anyone have or has anyone named a band that they liked then but have trouble listening to now? I don't mean their new music (which might let The Stones off the hook) but the stuff you liked way back then. Or does our taste (or lack of it) pretty much stay the same until the day we hear that band? For me it's stayed pretty much the same and actually I've learned to like some popular bands that I wouldn't listen to then. Like David Bowie, for instance. ABBA still hasn't made the grade, however.   
I used to listen to Jethro Tull and I can't tolerate them any more.
but... "I like David Bowie now, for instance. ABBA still hasn't made the grade, however."


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: z-clay on June 16, 2010, 08:27:41 PM
In the 70's I liked several bands but my constant faves were.........

Ted Nugent
Rush
The Rolling Stones
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush
Led Zep
Edgar Winter Group
April Wine
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Charlie Daniels Band


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: cantwellm on June 18, 2010, 08:00:25 PM
Jethro Tull was my favourite band back then but like ducktrapper I just cant handle them at all now. Another classic case of ¨what the hell was I thinking of¨was a little known guy named Bo Hansen who did an album called ¨Lord of the Rings¨in 72 or so....I heard it again 25 years later and it was then that I realised pot will make you like anything..... :wacko:


 


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 18, 2010, 09:31:16 PM
Well, most of my favorites have been mentioned already.    But, having lived close to the S.F. Bay area most of my life I'll just throw in a couple of local favorites from those days:    the Sons of Champlin,  and Quicksilver Messenger Service.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: z-clay on June 19, 2010, 02:08:17 AM
Well, most of my favorites have been mentioned already.    But, having lived close to the S.F. Bay area most of my life I'll just throw in a couple of local favorites from those days:    the Sons of Champlin,  and Quicksilver Messenger Service.
Never heard of them Tuffy but I'll check em out. When you were near the bay area, did you ever get to see the original Limeliters?


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 19, 2010, 02:47:15 AM
Never heard of them Tuffy but I'll check em out. When you were near the bay area, did you ever get to see the original Limeliters?

Nope, never saw the Limeliters.    Saw plenty of other performers though.   The original Jefferson Airplane, Greatful Dead, Janis Joplin with Big Brother and the Holding Company for example could be seen for a couple of bucks at small venues in the city and in GG park. 
Saw the Allman Brothers when they were still Allman Joy.     But I digress...

If you want to check out the Sons of Champlin I'd recommend the first album;  a double disc set called "Loosen Up Naturally"... from around 69 or 70.  Very jazz influenced rock with vibrophone, horns and the whole works.   Almost anything by Quicksilver is worth a listen.
They had one minor hit.... "Pride of Man" but most of their stuff was underground FM play only.

Did somebody already mention Traffic ?   I used to really like their stuff too.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: rockstar_not on June 21, 2010, 06:13:34 AM
Toto
Styx

most of the others already listed.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 21, 2010, 03:03:41 PM
Well, most of my favorites have been mentioned already.    But, having lived close to the S.F. Bay area most of my life I'll just throw in a couple of local favorites from those days:    the Sons of Champlin,  and Quicksilver Messenger Service.

Awhile back I was driving with my youngest son, and I had made a playlist which included "The Fool" by QMS....my son was just transfixed......he asked "how come I've never heard that before"....The Fool has to be one of the best songs ever.....


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 21, 2010, 04:53:06 PM
Awhile back I was driving with my youngest son, and I had made a playlist which included "The Fool" by QMS....my son was just transfixed......he asked "how come I've never heard that before"....The Fool has to be one of the best songs ever.....


I've had the same reaction from my kids when they were young;  they're in their 30's now.    I used to sit them down and put on a "record" for them to hear.    Usually they were amazed that there was such music that they'd never heard of.  I never realized that they paid much attention to it until last year on father's day my oldest daughter gave me a cd she made that had about 20 songs on it that she had heard me play for her way back when she was a little girl.  I don't know how many hours she spent searching for these tunes, downloading them and making the cd.  I was touched.   

Re;  "The Fool" ..  I'm glad you had a chance to share that discovery moment with your son.   Also glad that you don't have to roll up a big fat one and sit in the park with a jug of Red Mountain wine to appreciate it like I once did.
 :roll

These days my daughters and I have very similar tastes in music.   We are always sharing new artists and songs with each other.    I must have done something right along the way.




Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 21, 2010, 05:18:40 PM
"......Re;  "The Fool" ..  I'm glad you had a chance to share that discovery moment with your son.   Also glad that you don't have to roll up a big fat one and sit in the park with a jug of Red Mountain wine to appreciate it like I once did....."

Back in the day (way back for some)...we used to pull  all night drives from school (Cal Poly Pomona) to Mammoth for a weekend of skiing.  We'd be coming to the end of the drive thru the desert , usually just past Independence, as the sun was rising.  We used to pull over, share some "coffee" and watch the sunrise while listening to "The Fool."  It just seemd like the perfect song to greet the morning.

Funny the memories a song will bring back.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Barefoot Rob on June 21, 2010, 07:52:22 PM
I forgot Mountian for rock.Old and in the way for bluegrass.Rory Gallagher.John Fahey,Leo Kottke,Curved Air,Rennisance.Oddley enough Black Sabbath,Deep Purple,Grinder Switch,the Winters Brothers,Marshall Tucker,Charlie Danials.I think of more.....


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 21, 2010, 09:14:20 PM
Tuffy, if I didn't say Traffic, I meant to. One of the best. I was among the few who actually saw Blind Faith. Toronto, Varsity Stadium, July 18, 1969. Very cool! Have you heard the new Clapton and Winwood live CD? Great stuff!  

http://www.angelfire.com/wi/blindfaith/electriccircus769.html


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 21, 2010, 09:46:53 PM
Tuffy, if I didn't say Traffic, I meant to. One of the best. I was among the few who actually saw Blind Faith. Toronto, Varsity Stadium, June 7, 1969. Very cool! Have you heard the new Clapton and Winwood live CD? Great stuff! 

http://www.angelfire.com/wi/blindfaith/electriccircus769.html


Duck, a quick check back to the beginning and I see that you did mention Traffic in the last line of your post.   I missed it earlier.   I guess if we are going to mention Traffic we have to mention Dave Mason as a separate entity since he had some great solo work as well as one so-so record with Mama Cass Elliot.    Mason is still touring I guess.  I saw him in Reno a few years ago.



Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 21, 2010, 10:26:04 PM

Duck, a quick check back to the beginning and I see that you did mention Traffic in the last line of your post.   I missed it earlier.   I guess if we are going to mention Traffic we have to mention Dave Mason as a separate entity since he had some great solo work as well as one so-so record with Mama Cass Elliot.    Mason is still touring I guess.  I saw him in Reno a few years ago.



Alone Together is, IMO, one of the best albums ever.  Mason played in Ventura a few months ago...a charity event to save the hills from development.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 21, 2010, 10:31:06 PM
Alone Together is, IMO, one of the best albums ever.  Mason played in Ventura a few months ago...a charity event to save the hills from development.


Agreed.   Alone Together is still one of the best.  Every song a winner.    "Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave" is still one of my favorite songs.


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 21, 2010, 11:17:41 PM

Duck, a quick check back to the beginning and I see that you did mention Traffic in the last line of your post.   I missed it earlier.   I guess if we are going to mention Traffic we have to mention Dave Mason as a separate entity since he had some great solo work as well as one so-so record with Mama Cass Elliot.    Mason is still touring I guess.  I saw him in Reno a few years ago.



Yeah, I edited the date of the concert, by the way. Oddly, the google main page said June 7, the link says July 18 which rings a bell although I thought it was in August. Long time ago. Anyway, now we don't match. In case anyone's actually reading this
and is that observant.
Steve Winwood has had a interesting career which I've followed from his days in the Spencer Davis Group. Believing Winwood to be a keyboard player, when I saw Blind Faith, he was the one that blew my mind. If Clapton was God, WHO IS THIS GUY??? Terrific guitarist! I had given Mason credit for Traffic's guitar work but actually Mason played mainly acoustic rhythm with the band. Check out Winwood smoking on 'Giving to You' on Mr. Fantasy. Mason, although he added a bunch of swell tunes including the classic 'Feeling Alright ' and the very groovy 'You Can All Join In', in reality, didn't totally fit in with Winwood and Capaldi's jazzier leanings. It's hard to fit two geniuses in one band and it was Winwood's band. If the result is Alone Together, however, we should applaud the divorce. It is definitely one of my favourites from the period. I have it in both the regular and the clown barf vinyl with Mason peering over the gatefold! Headkeeper's pretty decent, as well, if I recall. Haven't listened to that in a long while.  :ph34r:       


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: tuffythepug on June 22, 2010, 06:52:26 AM
I still have the clown-barf lp too.   along with a newer cd version as the old record has seen a lot of needle over the years.    I enjoy the Traffic period with Mason and especially the You Can All Join In,  Feelin' Alright and Good Ol Fashioned Medicated Goo cuts.  The later Traffic such as the Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys album got into the jazzy stuff you referred to.    Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin' will always be a rock and roll classic:  Stevie on the organ on that one, I'm sure.  I read that he was only about 16 or 17 at the time.  Could that be right ?


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: jimmy buffett on June 22, 2010, 12:27:24 PM
    Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin' will always be a rock and roll classic:  Stevie on the organ on that one, I'm sure.  I read that he was only about 16 or 17 at the time.  Could that be right ?

I believe Steve Winwood was 16 at the time he recorded this song...


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 22, 2010, 12:33:53 PM
I still have the clown-barf lp too.   along with a newer cd version as the old record has seen a lot of needle over the years.    I enjoy the Traffic period with Mason and especially the You Can All Join In,  Feelin' Alright and Good Ol Fashioned Medicated Goo cuts.  The later Traffic such as the Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys album got into the jazzy stuff you referred to.    Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin' will always be a rock and roll classic:  Stevie on the organ on that one, I'm sure.  I read that he was only about 16 or 17 at the time.  Could that be right ?

Yep, I believe he was 15 when he started singing with the SDG along with his big brother Muff. He wasn't  anything like Justin Bieber, however. He could sing like Ray Charles at that age. He played guitar in SDG, as well. I've seen videos. My favourite is I'm a Man. Just sitting 'round creating all that groovy kind of stuff!


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: Walkerman on June 22, 2010, 01:47:02 PM
".....Just sitting 'round creating all that groovy kind of stuff!....."

Wasn't that Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders?     :humour:


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: ducktrapper on June 22, 2010, 03:12:04 PM
".....Just sitting 'round creating all that groovy kind of stuff!....."

Wasn't that Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders?     :humour:

Oddly, one of the least minderbendering bands of the era. I think Hollywood has made a biopic of Fontana, however. The Last Mindbender or something like that. Not to be confused with Catch 22's Milo Minderbinder. :laughin: 


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: cantwellm on June 30, 2010, 10:41:25 PM
I have a need to give a shout out to David Bowie and his guitar God side-kick Mick Ronson: "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust" came out in '72 and I can say without hyperbole that it's the greatest work of art since Eve.  :wink: I've always loved the line; "Well the bitter comes out better on a stolen guitar..."


Title: Re: favorite 70's bands?
Post by: OutWithTheBlue on July 01, 2010, 03:42:04 PM
Considering that I'm only 22......

Boston
Scorpions
Black Sabbath
Anything and everything Clapton was invovled in