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Subject: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/25/04 at 7:56 pm

Okay, we did it for the '80s, now it's time to do it for the '70s. What are your favorite albums from the '70s?

No need to list just one. List as many as you like...

:) :) :)

(For the '80s: http://inthe00s.com/index.php/topic,169.0)


Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 05/25/04 at 7:59 pm

I'm not so good at remembering album titles anymore, but I do know that I like Fleetwood Mac's Rumours.  8)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/25/04 at 10:16 pm

There are many good ones for the '70s. For today I'll go with these...

Eat a Peach - The Allman Brothers Band
Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John
Changesonebowie - David Bowie
It's Just Begun - Jimmy Castor Bunch
Déjà Vu - Crosby,Stills,Nash and Young
Something/Anything? - Todd Rundgren
Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull
La Vallee (Obscured by Clouds) - Pink Floyd
Spinners - The Spinners
My Name is Nobody movie soundtrack - Ennio Morricone
Godspell movie soundtrack - Stephen Schwartz
Innervisions - Stevie Wonder
Carney - Leon Russell
Off the Wall - Michael Jackson
Killer - Alice Cooper

;) ;D


Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 05/26/04 at 11:40 am


I'm not so good at remembering album titles anymore, but I do know that I like Fleetwood Mac's Rumours.  8)
Absolutely! I just wish they would have put "Silver Springs" on it back then  :-\\

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 05/26/04 at 11:51 am

Rumours                    Fleetwood Mac-1977
Hotel California                                  Eagles-1977
No Secrets                                      Carly Simon-1972
Double Vision                                    Foreigner-1978
Player                                              Player-1978
Band On The Run                            Wings-1973
Venus And Mars                                Wings-1975
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road                Elton John-1973
Boston                                            Boston-1976
Main Street People                            Four Tops-1974
Life And Times                                Jim Croce-1973
L.A. Woman                                    The Doors-1971
Morrison Hotel                                  The Doors-1970
Van Halen II                                    Van Halen-1978
Get The Knack                                The Knack-1979
In Through The Out Door                  Led Zeppelin-1979
Toto                                              Toto-1978
Bad Co.                                            Bad Company-1973
Straight Shooter                                Bad Company-1975
No Dice                                            Badfinger-1970
Machine Head                                    Deep Purple-1972

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/26/04 at 12:08 pm


Rumours                     Fleetwood Mac-1977
Hotel California                                  Eagles-1977
No Secrets                                       Carly Simon-1972
Double Vision                                    Foreigner-1978
Player                                              Player-1978
Band On The Run                             Wings-1973
Venus And Mars                                Wings-1975
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road                 Elton John-1973
Boston                                            Boston-1976
Main Street People                            Four Tops-1974
Life And Times                                 Jim Croce-1973
L.A. Woman                                    The Doors-1971
Morrison Hotel                                  The Doors-1970
Van Halen II                                     Van Halen-1978
Get The Knack                                 The Knack-1979
In Through The Out Door                  Led Zeppelin-1979
Toto                                               Toto-1978
Bad Co.                                            Bad Company-1973
Straight Shooter                                Bad Company-1975
No Dice                                            Badfinger-1970
Machine Head                                    Deep Purple-1972



In Through The Out Door? No Zep IV ?? ???

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 05/26/04 at 4:12 pm




In Through The Out Door? No Zep IV ?? ???


YES!! AND a TON more, zcrito!  Those were just for starters ;)....BTW, Great Topic :)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Tbullsr on 05/26/04 at 4:28 pm

Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
Led Zeppelin - Every one
Boston - Boston
Queen

Tim
RATT-n-ROLL

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/26/04 at 6:46 pm


Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
Led Zeppelin - Every one
Boston - Boston
Queen

Tim
RATT-n-ROLL


Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
I knew this one was going to pop up.

:)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 05/26/04 at 6:53 pm




Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
I knew this one was going to pop up.

:)

Sure enough, zcrito. I remember when I hitch-hiked from Utah to Colorado back in Fall of '76...All I left with was a paper bag with my clothes and that LP :)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Zella on 05/27/04 at 12:41 am

In descending order:

Elliott Murphy - Lost Generation
David Werner - Imagination Quota
Ian Hunter - All American Alien Boy
Marianne Faithful - Dangerous Acquaintances
T.Rex. - Slider
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel - Timeless Flight
The Band - Northern Lights Southern Cross
Mott the Hoople - The Hoople
Rolling Stones - Black and Blue
Bruce Springsteen - The Wild the Innocent & the East Street Shuffle
Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: maddog on 05/27/04 at 6:05 am

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon springs to mind.

It's still very listenable to this day. I was playing it in the car just last week.

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: gemini61 on 05/27/04 at 6:31 am

Anything Elton did
Dark Side of the Moon
Frampton Comes Alive
ELO Out of the Blue
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Wings Over America

Had all of these, but there are more I can't think of right now!

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/27/04 at 11:02 am


I knew Pink Floyd's DSOTM would get mentioned  ;)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: FussBudgetVanPelt on 05/28/04 at 7:56 am

Living In The 70's - Skyhooks

Deja Vu - Crosby Stills, Nash & Young

The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars - David Bowie  :)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: dude on 05/28/04 at 12:13 pm

Running On Empty, The Pretender - Jackson Browne
Greetings From Asbury Park, TWTI&TESS, Born To Run - Bruuuuuuuce
ZZ Top's First Album, Rio Grande Mud, Tres Hombres - ZZ Top
Fleetwood Mac (1st one), Rumors - Fleetwood Mac
All the Led Zeps
All the Skynyrds
All the Aerosmiths
All the REO Speedwagons (The 70's ones.......before they turned into AM Speedwagon)
and of course
Dark Side of The Moon - Pink Floyd
Mothership Connection,  Live / P-Funk Earth Tour, Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow -  Parliament Funkadelic
etc., etc., etc                   

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/28/04 at 2:27 pm



Sure enough, zcrito. I remember when I hitch-hiked from Utah to Colorado back in Fall of '76...All I left with was a paper bag with my clothes and that LP :)


That album had one hell of an effect on other groups. They all wanted to come out with a LIVE album. The problem was Frampton used previous material (good songs) no one ever heard before. Well almost everyone. Other groups just did a LIVE album of stuff people had heard a thousand times before, so it all sounded like crap when it was LIVE.  (I won't mention any names.) ::)

"All I left with was a paper bag with my clothes and that LP". Funny ain't it. When you're THAT AGE that's all you need! ??? ;) ;D

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 05/28/04 at 7:49 pm




That album had one hell of an effect on other groups. They all wanted to come out with a LIVE album. The problem was Frampton used previous material (good songs) no one ever heard before. Well almost everyone. Other groups just did a LIVE album of stuff people had heard a thousand times before, so it all sounded like crap when it was LIVE.  (I won't mention any names.) ::)

"All I left with was a paper bag with my clothes and that LP". Funny ain't it. When you're THAT AGE that's all you need! ??? ;) ;D


Well zcrito, I do seem to recal Kiss having some kick-@ss live Lps!  As for that age...yep ;)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: mandamoo on 05/28/04 at 9:14 pm


Living In The 70's - Skyhooks




Have to agree on that one ! 8)  ;)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: dude on 05/29/04 at 4:10 am

Other groups just did a LIVE album of stuff people had heard a thousand times before, so it all sounded like crap when it was LIVE.Sorry man, but speaking as a musician, I can't agree with you on this one. There are some GREAT live albums from the '70s. That is what seperates the "studio superstars" from the real bands and musicians (being able to produce what you did in the studio in a live setting).

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/29/04 at 11:57 am



Sorry man, but speaking as a musician, I can't agree with you on this one. There are some GREAT live albums from the '70s. That is what seperates the "studio superstars" from the real bands and musicians (being able to produce what you did in the studio in a live setting).


Good point, dude.
But if there are some GREAT live albums that came out right after "Frampton Comes Alive" then give a few. I heard some that just sounded like the artist wanted to make some easy money or "feed their egos".

Hmmmm...I have an idea for another topic. Thanks!

;) ;D

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: dude on 05/29/04 at 1:43 pm




Good point, dude.
But if there are some GREAT live albums that came out right after "Frampton Comes Alive" then give a few. I heard some that just sounded like the artist wanted to make some easy money or "feed their egos".

Hmmmm...I have an idea for another topic. Thanks!

;) ;D

Right after FCA? Well, considering FCA came out in '76, that narrows it down........but

On Your Feet of On Your Knees - Blue Oyster Cult
ZZ Top's Worldwide Texas Tour - ZZ Top
and the aformentioned
One More For From The Road - Lynyrd Skynyrd

come to mind without looking anything up.

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: AL-B on 05/29/04 at 6:32 pm

Led Zeppelin--Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin--Houses Of The Holy
The Stooges--Funhouse
Eagles--Hotel California
Sex Pistols--Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols
Pink Floyd--Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd--The Wall
The Who--Who's Next
Fleetwood Mac--Rumours
The Allman Brothers--Eat A Peach
Lynyrd Skynyrd--pronounced leh-nerd ske-nerd
Lynyrd Skynyrd--Street Survivors
Kansas--Leftoverture
Boston--(eponymous)
Black Sabbath--We Sold Our Soul For Rock And Roll
Carole King--Tapestry
Alice Cooper--Billion Dollar Babies

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Zella on 05/30/04 at 12:42 am




Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive
I knew this one was going to pop up.

:)



Ah yes, the live album that epitomized why most live albums are bad. Two years after it was released, you could buy it in every Salvation Army and Goodwill Store in the country... Musical 'self gratification' at it's worst... ::)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: FussBudgetVanPelt on 05/30/04 at 1:51 am




Ah yes, the live album that epitomized why most live albums are bad. Two years after it was released, you could buy it in every Salvation Army and Goodwill Store in the country... Musical 'self gratification' at it's worst... ::)


Here ya go Zed, just for you :  :-*

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/30/04 at 3:53 am


Here ya go Zed, just for you :  :-*


Is it really a bad live album? He was virtually unknown until then.

??? ???

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Zella on 05/30/04 at 4:06 am




Is it really a bad live album? He was virtually unknown until then.

??? ???



Well, he played with Humble Pie, and "Thirty Days in the Hole" was an okay song. But that live album was just complete narsiccistic trash. I mean, how many times can one make their guitar go 'wah waaaah' before the audience gets bored to tears..? ::)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/30/04 at 4:14 am




Well, he played with Humble Pie, and "Thirty Days in the Hole" was an okay song. But that live album was just complete narsiccistic trash. I mean, how many times can one make their guitar go 'wah waaaah' before the audience gets bored to tears..? ::)


Pete Frampton was with Humble Pie for that Smokin' album ("Thirty Days in the Hole") ?
What a obscure album that was.

It's late Zella. Your quick response surprised me. :o

;D ;D


Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Zella on 05/30/04 at 4:40 am




Pete Frampton was with Humble Pie for that Smokin' album ("Thirty Days in the Hole") ?
What a obscure album that was.

It's late Zella. Your quick response surprised me. :o

;D ;D





Maybe I'm confusing bands with Steve Marriot. Or that guy who fried... I swear Frampton was Humble Pie, tho'... it was many many years and all too many brain cells ago... aaaarrrrgggghhhh! :P

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: dude on 05/30/04 at 6:00 am

You're right and wrong Z............ Frampton was an original member of HP but left the band for his solo career before the Smokin' album was released. Don't feel bad, I had to look it up to be sure myself.

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 05/31/04 at 2:29 pm

Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon/Atom Heart Mother
Brian Eno: Another Green World/Before & After Science
Joy Division: Closer
The Clash: The Clash/London Calling
Gary Numan: The Pleasure Principle
David Bowie: Hunky Dory/Low/Lodger/Heroes
Frank Zappa: Uncle Meat
Women in Electronic Music 1977 (1750 Arch Label/reissued 1997 on CRI)
Kraftwerk: Autobahn/Radioactivity/Trans Europe Express/The Man Machine
Joan La Barbara: Voice is the Original Instrument (reissued on Lovely Music)
Meredith Monk: Key
Paul Simon: There Goes Rhymin' Simon/Simon & Garfunkel: Greatest Hits
Wendy Carlos: A Clockwork Orange/Sonic Seasonings
Richard Pinhas: Electronique Guerilla/Rhizosphere/Un Reve Sans Consequence/Agneta Nilsson
Morton Subotnick: Sidewinder/It's Until Spring/Touch/A Sky of Cloudless Sulpher
Cluster: Grosses Wasser/Cluster II/Soweisoso/After the Heat (w/Brian Eno)
The Human League: Reproduction
Cat Stevens: Tea for the Tillerman/Greatest Hits
Talking Heads: More Songs About Buildings and Food
Gang of Four: Entertainment!
Tangerine Dream: Phaedra
John Cage: The Seasons/10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces

--I could go on, but....






Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 05/31/04 at 3:30 pm


Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon/Atom Heart Mother
Brian Eno: Another Green World/Before & After Science
Joy Division: Closer
The Clash: The Clash/London Calling
Gary Numan: The Pleasure Principle
David Bowie: Hunky Dory/Low/Lodger/Heroes
Frank Zappa: Uncle Meat
Women in Electronic Music 1977 (1750 Arch Label/reissued 1997 on CRI)
Kraftwerk: Autobahn/Radioactivity/Trans Europe Express/The Man Machine
Joan La Barbara: Voice is the Original Instrument (reissued on Lovely Music)
Meredith Monk: Key
Paul Simon: There Goes Rhymin' Simon/Simon & Garfunkel: Greatest Hits
Wendy Carlos: A Clockwork Orange/Sonic Seasonings
Richard Pinhas: Electronique Guerilla/Rhizosphere/Un Reve Sans Consequence/Agneta Nilsson
Morton Subotnick: Sidewinder/It's Until Spring/Touch/A Sky of Cloudless Sulpher
Cluster: Grosses Wasser/Cluster II/Soweisoso/After the Heat (w/Brian Eno)
The Human League: Reproduction
Cat Stevens: Tea for the Tillerman/Greatest Hits
Talking Heads: More Songs About Buildings and Food
Gang of Four: Entertainment!
Tangerine Dream: Phaedra
John Cage: The Seasons/10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces

--I could go on, but....



Someone finally mentioned Cat Stevens. Although I'll never understand why someone would prefer "Tea for the Tillerman" over "Teaser and the Firecat" (my favorite  ::) ), but let's get "the cat" out there.

Tangerine Dream. Great pick.  8) Forgot all about them. First heard them probably like everyone else via "Sorcerer" in '77.

I'll see your Tangerine Dream instrumental album and raise you a "Snowflakes Are Dancing" by Tomita. One of my favorite instrumental albums of the '70s. You've also given me an idea for another post.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
??? ??? ??? ??? ???
If there's anyone out there who's got more albums they'd like to give, then feel free to go ahead and list again...

;) ;D

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 05/31/04 at 8:43 pm




Someone finally mentioned Cat Stevens. Although I'll never understand why someone would prefer "Tea for the Tillerman" over "Teaser and the Firecat" (my favorite  ::) ), but let's get "the cat" out there.

Tangerine Dream. Great pick.  8) Forgot all about them. First heard them probably like everyone else via "Sorcerer" in '77.

I'll see your Tangerine Dream instrumental album and raise you a "Snowflakes Are Dancing" by Tomita. One of my favorite instrumental albums of the '70s. You've also given me an idea for another post.



As you can see, I'm big into electronic music!  I was never much of a Tomita fan, though, nor Vangelis.  Wendy Carlos didn't do as much pioneering as people think, but she deserves credit for introducing Moog synthesizer music to the mass market.  Imitators of Carlos you can find in your flea market buck bins!
Early Tangerine Dream is great.  "Phaedra," "Alpha-Centuri," "Atem," and others.  After that, the turned kinda cheesy.  "Exit" (1981) is also a great album, some music from this album was used for the Risky Business soundtrack. In fact, Tangerine Dream did a lot of soundtracks:
http://imdb.com/name/nm0296209/
http://imdb.com/name/nm0006081/
http://imdb.com/name/nm0773589/
I discovered onmy IMDB search a minor porn star using the name Tangerine Dream, so be not confused!

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: CatwomanofV on 05/31/04 at 9:32 pm

No order


Hotel California-Eagles
Pieces of Eight-Styx
Grand Illusion-Styx
Songs from the Wood-Jethro Tull
Bat Out of Hell-Meatloaf
Tapestry-Carole King
Deja Vu-Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
The Wall-Pink Floyd
Dark Side of the Moon-Pink Floyd
Greatest Hits-Simon & Garfunkel
Journey to the Centre of the Earth-Rick Wakeman
Crimes of Passion-Pat Benatar
Welcome to my Nightmare-Alice Cooper
Greatest Stories Live-Harry Chapin
Greatest Hits-Cat Stevens
Hurricane-Bob Dylan



That is all I can think of right now.



Cat

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: blackdog on 06/01/04 at 12:37 am

Good list Catwoman!  I'll be another one to mention Cat Stevens "Teaser & the Firecat" or Catch bull at Four.

And America's Homecoming & Hearts album's too.

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zac on 06/01/04 at 10:10 am

Neil Diamond - Hot August Night

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 06/01/04 at 11:48 am


Good list Catwoman!  I'll be another one to mention Cat Stevens "Teaser & the Firecat" or Catch bull at Four.

And America's Homecoming & Hearts album's too.


Cat Stevens "Teaser" is a sentimental favorite with me so is its album cover. With "Catch" 18th Avenue and Freezing Steel always standout as the songs I remember off that album. Good Picks.
;) ;D


Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 06/01/04 at 12:27 pm




Cat Stevens "Teaser" is a sentimental favorite with me so is its album cover. With "Catch" 18th Avenue and Freezing Steel always standout as the songs I remember off that album. Good Picks.
;) ;D



Hey zcrito, I wish you would have specified NO Greatest Hits! I did a pol like this a couple years ago and got a lot of replies containing them...of COURSE a greatest hits LP is usually the best from an artist but I only meant "Regular" LP's....didn't you? If not then I have another list for you....the greatest hits of all my favorite 70's artists ::)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: zcrito on 06/01/04 at 2:19 pm



Hey zcrito, I wish you would have specified NO Greatest Hits! I did a pol like this a couple years ago and got a lot of replies containing them...of COURSE a greatest hits LP is usually the best from an artist but I only meant "Regular" LP's....didn't you? If not then I have another list for you....the greatest hits of all my favorite 70's artists ::)


I couldn't say NO Greatest Hits albums after I went and listed: ::)

Changesonebowie - David Bowie


I know, that would make a great separate music poll: The best greatest hits albums. 8)
Hmmmm...another post idea?? ;)

;D ;D



Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: RockandRollFan on 06/01/04 at 2:43 pm




I couldn't say NO Greatest Hits albums after I went and listed: ::)

Changesonebowie - David Bowie


I know, that would make a great separate music poll: The best greatest hits albums. 8)
Hmmmm...another post idea?? ;)

;D ;D




Maybe it could be..but then you'd just basically be saying "What's your favorite artist"  :)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: eddiescharmed1 on 07/18/04 at 2:34 am

I like frampton comes alive and anything by Eddie Money ;D

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Koslo II on 07/19/04 at 3:39 am

Aja - Steely Dan
Something/Anything - Todd Rundgren
Close To You & A Song For You - The Carpenters
Astral Weeks/ Tumblewheat Junction - Van Morrison
Madman Across the Water - Elton John
All Led Zep
Electric Warror - T.Rex
World is a Ghetto - War
Main Course- Bee Gees

And many more.....

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: dave b on 07/19/04 at 9:30 am

say no more. ;)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: ktelqueen on 07/20/04 at 2:13 am

"Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack
"Grease" soundtrack

Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
Hotel California - Eagles
The Long Run - Eagles
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor
Dreamboat Annie - Heart
Deja Vu - CSN
Can't Buy A Thrill - Steely Dan
Aja - Steely Dan
The Stranger - Billy Joel
Cornerstone - Styx
Breakfast In America - Supertramp
Trying To Get The Feeling - Barry Manilow
This One's For You- Barry Manilow
..and of course everything released by K-Tel ;)

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: tjframe on 07/20/04 at 4:45 am

Parallel Lines - Blondie
Boston 1 - Boston

Bestest records ever :)

- TJ

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: danootaandme on 07/20/04 at 7:32 am


John Lennon               
Clash
Band of Gypsies-Hendrix

Why am I here?  I hate trying to pick.

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Tanya1976 on 07/24/04 at 3:29 pm

Tapestry, Songs in the Key of Life, Rumours

Subject: TJ WHERE ARE YOU?!?!

Written By: KGrrrl on 08/05/04 at 8:24 pm

TJ!

Where are you!?!??!

Please email me!
I miss you

Karen

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: whistledog on 09/13/05 at 3:27 pm

Just a few I really enjoy:

Armageddon - Prism

Knock 'Em Dead Kid - Trooper

Fickle Heart - Sniff 'n the Tears

Just A Game - Triumph

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: loki 13 on 09/13/05 at 5:03 pm

welcome back my friends to the show that never ends
tarkus
triology
brain salad surgery
works vol.1............emerson lake & palmer

spartacus
illusions on a double dimple
old loves die hard
pompeii
mediterranean tales (across the waters).......triumvirat

animals
dark side of the moon
the wall...................pink floyd

frank marino and mahogany rush live

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Rockon1976 on 10/19/05 at 6:38 pm

Tapestry - Carole King
Children Of The World - Bee Gees
Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
Deja Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Beatles - Let It Be


Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Powerslave on 10/19/05 at 11:21 pm

Well, here's my list:

Deep Purple - Machine Head
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
AC/DC - Highway to Hell
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
Meatloaf - Bat Out of Hell
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Little River Band - Diamantina Cocktail
Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Eagles - Hotel California
Alice Cooper - School's Out
Kiss - Alive
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
Ramones - Ramones

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Matt the Rat76 on 10/21/05 at 3:38 pm

mine is chicago V with good songs including Saturday in the park

Subject: Re: Best Albums Of The '70s

Written By: Tia on 10/21/05 at 4:03 pm

black sabbath -- masters of reality might be the best but "volume 4" is the most underrated imo.

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