Favorite pop-rock albums of the early 70's?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Penny, May 27, 2004.

  1. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    01.) Here Come the Warm Jets - Brian Eno (1973)
    02.) Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) - Brian Eno (1974)
    03.) Paris 1919 - John Cale (1973)
    04.) Transformer - Lou Reed (1972)
    05.) Vintage Violence - John Cale (1970)
    06.) Ram - Paul McCartney (1971)
    07.) Hunky Dory - David Bowie (1971)
    08.) In the Land of Grey and Pink - Caravan (1971)
  2. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva

    ACDC Powerage
    Deep Purple Machinehead
    Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor
    John Denver Back Home Again
    Led Zep I, II, and III
    Rush Fly by Night
    The Guess Who American Woman
    Black Sabbath Paranoid
  3. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    Aren't both of those from 1969?
  4. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva

    probably, but the guess who album was no.1 in 1970, i think
  5. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    Oh, ok. *Shrugs*
  6. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva

    thanks for the info., I am bad with dates of albums. I didnt put years down, cuz I wasnt sure of any of them.
  7. purplesage

    purplesage Ah, fuck it...

    American Woman the single was released in 1970
  8. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    Ok, I just looked at my vinyl copy of American Woman, and it says 1970. You win, I lose. :p
  9. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva


    You win by default, cuz I concede.
    I like your attitude, and could never consider letting you lose.

    I wasn't even sure of the album name, I guessed.....

    All I knew was that they were on top of the charts when Randy Bachman quit, and I was pretty sure that was after a gig at the Fillmore East in 1970.

    I know that the early 70's is a smorgasbord of awesome music, I just cant name the records.
    Bread, Hendrix, the Stones, CSNY, Fleetwood Mac, ZZ Top, Sly and the Family Stone, America, Simon and Garfunkel, The Eagles, and many more, all had good albums out around then I am sure.
  10. DrRobert

    DrRobert Member

    rod stewart- every picture tells a story

    billy joel- piano man
    elton john
    led zeppelin- led zeppelin IV
    pink floyd- dark side of the moon
    marvin gaye- lets get in on
    bruce springsteen- greetings from asbury park
    joni mitchell-blue
    allman brothers- fillmore east
    CCR-Cosmo's Factory
    Simon and Garfunkel- Bridge Over Troubled Water
    George Harrison-All Things Must Pass
    CSNY- Deja Vu

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