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^^^ Blackmore, no Deep Purple post? Wink


I'll step up as Shades of Deep Purple back in the 70's was one of my favorite albums, and who could forget one of their biggest hits early on...

Hush



One More Rainy Day



...and another early hit taken off from the Beatles tune, Help



Long version of Hey Joe in Deep Purple Fashion



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A classic in my eyes
Lucky Man


Definitely one of my favorite acoustic songs. I spent many an hour playing this accompanied with a few good friends..

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^^^ Blackmore, no Deep Purple post? Wink


I'll step up as Shades of Deep Purple back in the 70's was one of my favorite albums, and who could forget one of their biggest hits early on...


Alright already, here you go Wink



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As long as we're going Deep Purple, you can't forget this one:


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I could go on all day looking back in the hour glass at the 60's and 70's era music. More and more each day as I listen to other members music post, great thread!

And speaking of another great acoustic songs that I spent countless hours playing it and my personal variations accompanied with a friend or two..A truly great song to play and sing along with. Getting the harmonics and bridge/palm mute down on the E at the beginning of the song took a bit but sounded great when I got it just right.

Emerson, Lake, and Palmer..



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As long as we're going Deep Purple, you can't forget this one:
{snip Highway Star}


May be my favorite of DP and in my top ten of all time Rock Songs.
I have have to watch my speed when driving and listening to this song ~ the rife gets going really good . Cool

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Emerson, Lake, and Palmer..


Why in the HELL are these guys not in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame and other idiots that aren't even ROCK in there?
like that no talent big ass rapper that just got in? Mad
At LEAST they came clean with getting the Doobie Brothers in there ~ an iconic band that still plays.
 
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A Super Tuesday Trio starting off with the Steve Miller Band from 1976



The Archies, Sugar, Sugar




And finally The Hollies Carousel

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Emerson, Lake, and Palmer..


Why in the HELL are these guys not in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame and other idiots that aren't even ROCK in there?
like that no talent big ass rapper that just got in? Mad
At LEAST they came clean with getting the Doobie Brothers in there ~ an iconic band that still plays.


Couldn't agree with you more. I checked back in the pages of this thread and didn't see this Doobie Brothers song so I'll add it in the mix. Definitely iconic they are!




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Yikes! Almost forgot these guys..



And..



Finally..



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There is no better time than twenty or thirty minutes of Get Ready.

 
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Thought this was an interesting comment - from allmusic's commentary on crossover jazz:

With the gradual decline of rock (from an artistic standpoint) starting in the early '70s,...

Speaking of jazz (not crossover)



 
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Link to original video: https://youtu.be/vGEKW-e_Ge8




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/wwyXQn9g40I


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Bringing some ladies in.


 
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Essential (early) Miles. '58 though.

 
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No question that I veered towards the ear-splitting side of music



















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But I also listen to mellower material often (just one example this time):



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Some more ladies.

 
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Another oldie I've always liked



And who can forget Aretha



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