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    While downloading some music today I came across some bands I totally forgot about. I know this will take our older crowd back a few years and the younger group has most likely never heard of these bands.

    Spooky Tooth
    http://youtu.be/RbvJSfHwBMA

    Uriah Heep
    http://youtu.be/m4o--q6xuvs

    Ram Jam
    http://youtu.be/R044sleOW6I

    Humble Pie
    http://youtu.be/sdXjm8pZMws

    Blackfoot
    http://youtu.be/hBP15lRprPs

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    1freaky1 previously posted:

    !!!!!!! Love it! Totally forgot about Spooky Tooth. Still hear Black Betty on the Fox and sometimes KBPI. Sigh. Back when music was less, actually real, and better than most of what we have today.

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    Alvin Lee and Ten Year's After
    Frampton's Camel (Way before his rather pathetic "Frampton Comes Alive" BS that made him so much $$)
    John Mayal
    The Flock.
    Mother's of Invention
    The Fugs
    Deep Purple
    Buddy Miles
    Cream

    I won't even get to the old blues guys...or the jazz...

    I actually saw Deep Purple and Uriah Heep together in concert, along with Buddy Miles. Two of the guys from Uriah Heep live in the Denver Metro area as well as the drummer for the Mother's, Ansley Dunsbar.

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    Frampton's Camel & Blackfoot

    Brody previously posted:
    "Back when music was less, actually real, and better than most of what we have today."

    These days programs like autotune and etc. ruin it all... you'll see a band live and they are actually horrible musicians- they have studio bands write/record their albums and they reap the benefits. Sad.

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    Brody previously posted:
    "Deep Purple"

    Heck yeah. When I was in middle school, I listened to Deep Purple (and Black Sabbath, etc. never could get on board with the Beatles) on my folks' big vinyl albums, when my classmates all had tapes of Boy George and the like. The folks had Made In Japan (among much more). We used to have the house thumpin'. Ahh, those were the days. Now my father's musical soul has been stolen by country music. Something about the awful lyrics in today's rock.

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    Here are a few more

    Blind Faith
    Head East
    Traffic
    The Outlaws
    The Yardbirds,
    The Byrds
    Edgar Winters
    Canned Heat
    Jethro Tull

    I always liked Deep Purple, Ten Years After, Iron Butterfly, CCR, Cream, Three Dog Night just to name a few.

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    I had a great teen hangout when I was in high school that had some great music in the 60's. It's where I spent every Friday & Saturday night.

    Shadows of Knight and Saturday's Children were the regular bands at least once a week. Less frequent but regulars were The Amboy Dukes, The Other Half, The Mauds, H.P. Lovecraft, Ted Nugent, The Huns, The Raevns, The Other Half and Little Boy Blues.

    Some names that made it big that you might remember - The Who, Cream, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Spencer Davis Group.

    The only one I didn't see was The Who because it cost $6 to get it - outrageous amount of money!

    Yes, I needed Wikipedia to help my recall.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cel...en_dance_club)

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    1freaky1 previously posted:
    "Head East."

    Thanks for the reminder Sean! Head East and REO Speedwagon were the weekend bands in my hangout (bar) in college!

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    Do any of you remember Mungo Jerry or The Zombies?

    Here is a pic of Mungo Jerry how could anyone forget those side burns and fro
         

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    Zombies - "she's not there" was a big hit IIRC.

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    How about these Chris

    Manfred Mann
    Sgt. Barry Sadler
    The Tokens
    The Archies
    GFR (Grand Funk Railroad)
    Los Bravos
    Rare Earth
    Muddy Waters
    Zager & Evans

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    Sunshine24 previously posted:
    "I have to go country on this one:
    Johnny Cash"

    Forgotten???


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    Sunshine24 previously posted:
    "OOOOH, thank you Jock "




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    For country

    Patsy Cline
    Bobby Bare
    Leroy Van Dyke
    Floyd Cramer
    Johnny Horton
    Eddy Arnold
    Skeeter Davis

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    I have a lot of the country music, but am out of the loop on the other! Time to search and listen!

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    Some of these songs in my list are still popular if you ask me... like Frank Sinatra.
    but i have a few not from my time
    Marty Robbins
    Dean martin
    Eddy Arnold
    never really got into him but cole porter,
    the ink spots
    Roy brown
    and kay kyser.

    Is this an acceptable list for you guys?

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    1freaky1 previously posted:
    "How about these Chris

    Manfred Mann
    Sgt. Barry Sadler
    The Tokens
    The Archies
    GFR (Grand Funk Railroad)
    Los Bravos
    Rare Earth
    Muddy Waters
    Zager & Evans"

    Without resorting to Google I Recall Manfred Mann and the Earth Band singing Do Wa Diddy, Sadler's Ballad of a Green Beret, Archie's Tighten Up? Used in some insurance type TV Ad? Grand Funk Railroad - I'm your Captain? Barb liked GFR.

    Muddy Waters was/is a blues guy so I don,t recall anything besides his name. The Tokens, Zager & Evans, Los Bravos? Nothing.

    Rare Earth? R&B for sure but that falls next to Blues so outside of the name nothing comes up.

    Odd the sh!t I can remember and not know what day it is!

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    didn't even think about rare earth, i just went into an era, i am missing all of the 60s and 70s.
    rare earth
    canned heat
    the coasters
    the count 5
    maybe CCR
    Buffalo Springfield
    neil young
    david essex
    are The Doors considers forgotten, if not then i sill love em!
    edwin starr
    fats domino
    the guess who
    i could go all day with this i will end on jefferson airplane.

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    Chris previously posted:
    "Grand Funk Railroad"

    Aaah yes!

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