70srocker This power ballad by Foreigner went to #1 in 1984. This would be their only #1 song in the United States.
70srocker An excellent cover of the Tommy James and the Shondells song.

Billy IdolMony Mony

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70srocker My first concert ever was Greatful Dead at RFK Stadium.
70srocker The sound of heavy rock machinery.
70srocker Hi@RyRadio - Hope you like this one. Have a great week!
70srocker Hi@gabrielarolim - Hope you like this track. Have a great week!
70srocker Deep cut from Queen. From the 1980 album "The Game."

QueenDragon Attack

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70srocker Straight up rock from Ian Anderson's band.

Jethro TullTeacher

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70srocker Amazing arrangements these guys would do.
70srocker One of the greatest rock songs ever.

The DoorsL.A. Woman

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70srocker Magnificent song from the rock opera Tommy.
70srocker Great track when you need to come down easy.
70srocker Opening track from the Beatles' Let it Be album (1970).

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70srocker From Cosmo's Factory - the year was 1970.
70srocker She won’t even miss me when she’s gone....
70srocker Rod Stewart from the flawless album of the same name. Much credit goes to the members of the band Faces who backed him on the 1971 album.
70srocker The guitar is so awesome on this track.
70srocker Powerhouse track from self-titled debut album of Ronnie Montrose's band released in 1973. Sammy Hagar on vocals.
70srocker Going way back for this one. I vaguely recall this vinyl by them and this song either took up all or most of one side.

Rare EarthGet Ready

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70srocker In your face, courtesy of the NYD.
70srocker Before Bananarama, there was Shocking Blue.
70srocker Metal.

Black Sabbath - Neon Knights (1980-Ronnie James Dio)

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70srocker Don't it seem like kicks just keep gettin' harder to find. And all your kicks ain't bringin' you peace of mind.
70srocker From 1989, one of the best supergroups.
70srocker Faith No More released this track in 1989. It's funky rock and rap intertwined.

Faith No MoreEpic

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70srocker The sound of post grunge; er, sounds like grunge.
70srocker From 1991's Badmotorfinger. A rollicking, ripping song.
70srocker Here is a great track by Better Than Ezra. Thump thump (simulating bass there)
70srocker Awesome jam. From 1993's Kerosene Hat.

CrackerLow

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70srocker Early Creed from debut album My Own Prison. 6X platinum

Creed - Torn

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70srocker I've lost my mind on what I'd find, and all of the pressure that I left behind--on Allison Road
70srocker Fiery song from Neil Young and Crazy Horse project known as Ragged Glory ('90).
70srocker The awesome sound of Sly and the Family Stone.
70srocker Outstanding blues number from the album 1972 "Smokin." Steve Marriott on vocals and rhythm guitar.

Humble PieThe Fixer

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70srocker Wow. Haven't heard this in a long time.
70srocker Beautiful mid-tempo song by heavy metal band UFO from the 1976 album No Heavy Petting. "I'm not in real trouble but I can't go back home."

UFOI'm a Loser

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70srocker You said it, Sammy, there's only one way to rock.
70srocker Great song. Also from Rainbow's Long Live Rock and Roll album. 1978. Ronnie James Dio on vocals.
70srocker Aerosmith deep track from Rocks - 1976
70srocker Great track included on Best of the Animals.
70srocker Three Dog Night from 1970. A Randy Newman song.
70srocker From the album Willy and the Poorboys. One of three albums the band released in '69!
70srocker She's got a pad down at 34th and Vine, selling little bottles of Love Potion #9
70srocker Gonna hitch a ride, there for the other side. Leave it all behind.
70srocker Great track from Tom Petty's Hard Promises album 1981.
70srocker Beautiful guitar intro by Joe Perry. "Store bought clothes fallin' appart at the seams. Tea leaf readin' gypsies fortune tellin' my dreams."
70srocker Down by the waterhole --- drunk every Friday --- eating their nuts --- saving their raisins for Sunday.
70srocker Always liked this song.

MadonnaBorderline

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70srocker Scorpions deep track from the vault. The band was on the rise when it recorded this track.
70srocker Early Tom Petty. His first couple of albums--simply spectacular.
70srocker Vambo comin' to the rescue.

Alex HarveyVambo

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70srocker Lead track from Robin Trower's 1975 For Earth Below album. Great guitar effects.
70srocker Hit single for Eddie Money.

Eddie MoneyShakin'

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70srocker Here's a song, no lie, I haven't heard this in about three decades. It is "Highway Lady" from UFO's 1976 No Heavy Petting album. M. Schenker - guitar.
70srocker Ritchie Blackmore and his band playing Danger Zone from Down to Earth 1979.

RAINBOWDanger Zone

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70srocker J. Geils opened for Peter Frampton on a 70s tour.
70srocker Hello @TrainWreckRadio Enjoy this one friend. The hard drivin' Bob Seger.

Bob SegerHer Strut

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70srocker Classic track. This is what FM radio is, was and always will be.
70srocker I'm going to rent myself a house in the shade of the freeway.
70srocker Jane's Addiction--listening to them is like being on a wild ride at an amusement park.
70srocker From 1978 Powerage album.

ACDCRiff Raff

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70srocker Dancing days are here again, as the summer evenings grow.
70srocker It's high time to draw the line, put an end to this game before it's too late.

ForeignerHead Games

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70srocker Tommy Bolin--of the James Gang, Deep Purple, solo performer
70srocker 'Cause you're rock candy baby--hard, sweet and sticky

Montrose-RockCandy

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70srocker The video of Too Late for Love. "Somewhere in the distance, I hear the bells ring."
70srocker You can always rely on Kiss

KissRocket Ride

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70srocker Look, Mommy, there's an airplane up in the sky.
70srocker I thought I heard her calling my name now

Deep PurpleHush

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romanus Led Zeppelin - In The Light

Led Zeppelin- In The Light

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loripop326 drove downtown in the rain, nine-thirty on a tuesday night...just to check out the late night record shop...

Barenaked Ladies-Brian Wilson

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Tropicsz4 Guns n' Roses – Sweet Child O' Mine
70srocker Once I thought I saw you in a crowded hazy bar. Dancing on the light from star to star....
70srocker So tell all the boys and girls. Tell your brother, your sister and your mamma, too. We're about to go down... And you know just what to do

KornWord Up!

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70srocker @DirtyUrine @NikkiPixel @lilwldchld @Doylex @TrainWreckRadio Nazareth - "Lord I swear, the perfume you wear is made out of turnip greens."

Down Home Girl

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70srocker @TropicsZ4 @jet333 @mrojas @matriax @washingtonson @BadBoyBoogieman @Wolfgirl_Leah @lilymar 1980 Rossington-Collins "Anytime Anyplace Anywhere"

"Don't Misunderstand Me" by The Rossington-Collins Band

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70srocker You're always saying there's something wrong...
DamnTheMan I wear black, just sayin' @70srocker: "More more! @michelle4386: "Hey @DirtyUrine You're so Sweet!! Thanks hun for Pimpin me out!! LOL."" (reblip)
70srocker @ChadThomas "Run down, low down, don't feel tired. Take no orders, don't get fired I waste away cruisin along."
70srocker "I should laugh, but I cry." Woah, haven't heard this one in a while.
70srocker Along comes Mary. "Everytime I think that I'm the only one that's lonely..."
70srocker Great guitar on this track from the mighty Steppenwolf.
70srocker From the 1981 Loverboy album Get Lucky.
70srocker Woah, haven't heard this in freakin' years.
70srocker People talkin' but they just don't know...C'mon sugar let the good times roll.
70srocker Oh yeah, this is going to rock the house.

Thompson TwinsLies

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70srocker I bless the rains down in Africa.

TotoAfrica

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70srocker Seems like yesterday. But it was long ago.
70srocker Thanks, Michael, for the great music you gave us.
70srocker Early ZZ Top. This one is amazing.

ZZ TopJust Got Paid

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70srocker Title track from Bachman-Turner's 1975 album Four Wheel Drive
70srocker In 1975, Robin Trower followed up his amazing Bridge of Sighs album (from 1974) with a new album, For Earth Below.
70srocker @BleakMouse Thanks for your support. I'm enjoying your blips!
70srocker Broke and busted -- standing on the county line. I've been traveling eight days on the road.

Foghat-Eight Days on the Road

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70srocker Won't you get hip to this timely tip. When you make that California trip. Get your kicks on Route 66.
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