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70srocker

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70srocker Another magnificent album from the mid-70s.
70srocker From the band's first album released in 1977. This was one of those albums that was hugely popular with universal appeal.

Star Rider-Foreigner

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70srocker A track from the '75 Come Taste the Band album with Tommy Bolin on guitar.
70srocker One of those magical songs by British rockers UFO that perfectly blends soft rock and hard rock sound in same song.

UFOCherry - OGWT

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70srocker The great Ronnie James Dio on vocals. "Come down with fire, lift my spirit higher. I'm the man on the mountain. The man on the silver mountain."
70srocker From Led Zeppelin I. A beautiful transition song.
70srocker The simple acoustic playing of the master of guitar Jimmy Page. Over the years his playing has brought me great joy.

06: Bron-Yr-Aur*

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70srocker Mellow and beautiful track from Who By Numbers--which the critics falsely assess as a lesser album, but is a brilliant album.

The WhoImagine a Man

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70srocker Continuing the jams from Tommy.
70srocker Solid instrumental jam.

The WhoSparks

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70srocker One of the great bands of 60s-70s rock.
70srocker The dogs of doom are howling more.
70srocker The brilliant work of Jimi Hendrix from the magical Electric Ladyland.

Jimi Hendrix -Gypsy Eyes

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70srocker Superb wah-wah pedal by the great master guitarist Eric Clapton.

Cream -Tales Of Brave Ulysses

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70srocker So I'm packing my bags for the Misty Mountains...

Misty Mountain Hop-Led Zeppelin

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70srocker One of the great songs sang by Ronnie James Dio. Rest in peace, sir, your memory is alive and well.
70srocker Who's Next [is] a blistering package where the rage is as affecting as the heartbreak. --allmusic.com

BargainThe Who

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