Greatest Rock Bands of the '70sisoldmysoulforrocknroll
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Great band, but I respectfully believe they don't belong on this list, more of an "alternative" band than Rock and Roll, but definitely amazing musicians.
Amazing music. Everyone has to listen to them
Can't you see... Whipping Post... Strong, strong songs.
Southern rock is missed this group was great
Loved listening to my album back in the day
Great guitar scape sounds of Peter Ham
One of England's best guitar soundscape and writer in Peter Ham
One of the best live shows, they would blow the house out. J Geils totally underrated as a guitarist, he could play anything, hard rock to funk
Criminally ignored. Amazing music that puts me in a good mood!
Saw him a few years ago in The Canyon in Agoura Hills, CA. Place was packed and he was rock'n like her was 20yrs old (he is about 76 at the time). It was Awesome! His voice was a bit more raspier but that was a quality of his music anyway. Did a great rendition of Marionette.
Smooth harmonies from these soft rockers. - FMFDoc
John Kay's music is relevant today. Listen to Monster.
What nobody remembers them? That's insane
What a shame so many great bands are missing. Kansas, Caravan, 10cc, ABBA to name a few
Ska-Reggae-punk with a social responsibility and attitude at it's best
Have you heard the guitar solo in green grass and high tides?
Greatest rock song ever is their Green Grass and High Tides
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