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Old Mar-15-2006, 3:31 PM
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Lightbulb Top 5 favorite bands of the 70's?

Come on people what are your top 5 favorite bands of the 70's? I'll get the juice flowing with my list.DEEP Purple,Black Sabbath,Led Zepplin,KISS,Pink Floyd! I guess I did pretty good here! What do ya think?
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Old Mar-15-2006, 6:13 PM
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Depends what you mean... if you mean bands formed in, or released their first album in the 70s (if that were so Zep and DP would be dissqualified) or the peak of their career was the 70s?

I'll assume you meant peak!

1. Deep Purple
2. Led Zeppelin
3. Black Sabbath
4. Rainbow
5. Yes
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Old Mar-15-2006, 9:44 PM
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my top 3!

1.judas priest

2.Deep Purple

3.rainbow
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Old Mar-16-2006, 2:55 AM
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0f course:1.DEEP PURPLE; 2.RAINBOW; 3.WHITESNAKE;
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Old Mar-16-2006, 3:16 AM
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1. Rainbow
2. KISS
3. Purple
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Old Mar-16-2006, 5:30 AM
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Hey Kimberly, im gonna list which bands releases in the 70's i still listen to the most.

Deep Purple
Nazareth
Rainbow
Trapeze
Frank Marino

i have to say though, i play more 80's than 70's but most of the stuff i listen to these days is from 1990 onwards - although Hughes/Thrall has been getting a lot of play recently thanks to the HT2 announcement

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Old Mar-16-2006, 6:28 AM
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Top 5 Rock bands of 70's

1. Led Zeppelin
2. Tommy Bolin or Deep Purple w Tommy
3. Trapeze
4. Steely Dan
5. Van Halen

I know this was not asked but how how about your favorite top 5 people from the rock world in the 70's.

1. Tommy Bolin
2. Glenn Hughes
3. Frank Zappa
4. Neil Peart
5. David Lee Roth

Question? Has anyone listened to the David Lee Roth Show? I listen to it on podcast and I really enjoy it!
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Old Mar-16-2006, 7:25 AM
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I never see anyone mention Bruce Springsteen & the E-street band....

His first few albums are ROCK albums with a little bit of funk and soul.

Listen to... the wild, the innocent and the e-street shuffle...
That is imho one of the greatest early 70ties records


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Old Mar-16-2006, 12:31 PM
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Here is my list, everyone ;

1. Trapeze.

2. Deep Purple.

3. Black Sabbath.

4. Judas Priest.

5. Whitesnake (1978-1984).

Ayesha
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Old Mar-16-2006, 2:24 PM
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Black Sabbath
Led Zeppelin
Trapeze
Mahogany Rush
Deep Purple

Very Honorable mentions:
(every one of them was in my top 5 at one time or another)

Robin Trower
Rush
Pat Travers Band
Ted Nugent
Montrose
Les Dudek
The Allman Bros
Journey
Foghat
Uriah Heep
Humble Pie
Dave Mason
The Beatles as Solo Artists
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Old Mar-16-2006, 2:36 PM
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my top 5 bands are

Deep Purple
PFM
New Trolls
Trapeze
Uriah Heep

my top 5 talent are

Glenn Hughes
Geezer Butler
Nico Di Palo
Ken Hensley
John Bonham

hello from Canada
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Old Mar-16-2006, 6:42 PM
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Someone else who loved PFM !!! One of the greatest bands to ever walk the planet !!!
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Old Mar-17-2006, 1:09 AM
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This is so hard!
Rainbow
Uriah Heep
Deep Purple
Black Sabbath
Van Halen

Just left out
UFO,B..C,Scorpions,F.Marino,AC/DC,Whitesnake,JPriest,LZ....
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Old Mar-17-2006, 4:13 AM
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Hi All! I'd like to add in this list AC/DC and THIN LIZZY as well..
Maybe grandfunk railroad and mountain too...

Marko
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Old Mar-17-2006, 4:23 AM
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Icon37 70's bands

Deep Purple
Pink Floyd
King Crimson
Black Sabbath
Kansas



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Blue Oyster Cult
Deep Purple
Thin Lizzy
Black Sabbath
Black Oak Arkansas

Also worth mentioning: UFO, Whitesnake, Scorpions, Rainbow, Rush, Roky Erickson, Journey, Chicago, Billy Joel...the list goes on and on.

Cheers...Todd
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Old Mar-17-2006, 11:45 AM
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Mine are pretty obvious choices actually, but they really are my favourites. A runners up list would be very interesting though but also never-ending....

Thin Lizzy
ELP
King Crimson
Yes
Led Zeppelin


the special award goes to
Sparks

who have released another unique album last week and still manage to fascinate and surprise the public with their "out there" approach to all kinds of musical and non-musical style and creativity.


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Old Mar-18-2006, 5:49 AM
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Tough to come up with "Top" anything lists for me...but here goes.
1. King Crimson
2. Nektar
3. Uriah Heep
4. Hawkwind
5. Mott the Hoople/ Ian HUnter
Honorable Mentions: PFM, Amon Duul, Focus, Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Slade, Blue Oyster Cult, J. Geils Band, Ramones and counting...
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Old Mar-21-2006, 11:34 PM
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Yes,the new Sparks is best since Indiscreet!
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Old Mar-22-2006, 2:14 PM
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Hey, Fcinnella you must be from Jersey! You metioned southside johnny and the asbury jukes and of course The boss bruce springsteen.Not too many people know about southside johnny outside of Jersey
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Old Mar-22-2006, 6:58 PM
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Spent all my summers in Jersey. Used to drink with some of the band members in the seventies before they were real popular. Great act.
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Old Mar-23-2006, 5:45 AM
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having read more lists i realised i have missed out loads of bands whose early work was in fact in the 70's. you forget how time flies!

Journey - Gregg Rolie had a great voice too!
UFO
Lizzy
Rush - stopped listening after Signals.

But Robin Trower should be in my top 3. his King Biscuit Live release wore out my cd player when i first got it.

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Mine would be:

1. Free
2. Trapeze
3. Thin Lizzy
4. Stray Dog
5. Humble Pie

With Honorable mentions to..... Paris,Deep Purple,Wishbone Ash,Yes,Pat Travers Band,Detective,Led Zeppelin,Bad Co.,Automatic Man,Baker-Gurvitz Army
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Deep Purple
Pink Floyd
ABBA
Alan Parsons Project
Rainbow
Whitesnake
Stevie Wonder
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KISS
DEEP PURPLE (MK2-3-4)
ANGEL
JUDAS PRIEST
THIN LIZZY

CLOSEING OUT TOP TEN WOULD BE
LED ZEPPLIN
URIAH HEAP
BOB SEGAR
AEROSMITH
STYX...................
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1.) DEEP PURPLE !!!
2.)Uriah Heep
3.)Rainbow ; Whitesnake (i really don't know which i like better)
4.)Tommy Bolin Band ( i like Zephyr very much too,but this is a band from the 60s ,so..)
5.)TOTO
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Old Feb-10-2007, 7:41 AM
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and of course Led Zeppelin
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Yeah,for sure

Led Zeppelin
Deep Purple with my beloved Glenn
Black Sabbath
Free
Queen
.... and more
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Old Feb-14-2007, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by BoundforJersey View Post
Come on people what are your top 5 favorite bands of the 70's? I'll get the juice flowing with my list.DEEP Purple,Black Sabbath,Led Zepplin,KISS,Pink Floyd! I guess I did pretty good here! What do ya think?

Well,Kiss is just for laughing
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Someone else who loved PFM !!! One of the greatest bands to ever walk the planet !!!

Premiata Fonderia Marconi! YES! They played in Palermo last January 25th but I was so sick I could barely walk! Here's hoping for a next time...they are absolutely AWESOME!
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