Best Classic Rock Songs

The Best Classic Rock Songs ever performed have mostly originated during the decades of the 60's and 70's. I am a huge classic rock fan and grew up glued to the music of this era. My personal favorite rock band of all time has always been the Beatles, but there are numerous other solo artists and groups that I loved listening to, while growing up. A short list of my other faves are Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Mountain, The Kinks, Boston, ELO, The Doobie Bros., CSNY, Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac.

There were numerous other great artists during this era, but these stick out in my mind, mainly because they had so many great tunes. When I rate favorite artists, albums or songs I use a fairly simple formula. The music must sound great and strike a personal chord within my life. Also, it needs to sound as good to me now as it did when I heard it for the first time. Usually I am not swayed by highly commercialized tunes such as "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin. I once loved this song until I heard it for the 5,000,000th time. Sorry to you purists out there. This is only my humble opinion.

All of the artists listed above have countless tunes on my top 500 list, but for simplicity I will not include them all here. Also, I find it difficult to rate songs in a specific order, because my preferences might change as time passes and more memories are created linking my feelings to these tunes. One more thing to remember is that these are the Best Classic Rock Songs in My Opinion Only. Don't be offended if I left your favorite Rock Band or Classic Rock Hit off of the list. I have listened to many thousands of hits over the years from this era, and these are the most memorable to me.

My list begins with "Barracuda" by Heart. This is one of many songs that really show off the vocal ranges of Ann Wilson, who I believe has one of the strongest voices among female rock & roll performers of all time, second only to Janis Joplin. Of course Aretha would be up there, (possibly #1) but I consider her mainly soul & blues rather than classic rock.

The next tune I will list is "Celluloid Heroes" by the Kinks. Ray Davies and the Kinks are another great classic rock band from the British invasion era and this tune is a great ballad dedicated to past movie stars and their hopes and dreams.

"Nantucket Sleighride" and "Mississippi Queen" by Mountain are also on the list. These songs show off the smooth vocals of the late Felix Pappalardi and the hard rock rasping voice and guitar of Leslie West. As a producer, Pappalardi is known for his work with the psychedelic blues-inspired rock trio the Cream. One of the members of Cream was Eric Clapton. I consider Clapton to be one of the greatest electric guitar magicians of our time, second only to Jimi Hendrix. Two of Clapton's tunes and one from Cream are on my list. The classic "Layla" and "Mainline Florida" are awesome singles by this blues rock great. "Badge" is a smooth tune from his early group Cream. My favorite song from Jimi Hendrix is "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)", which is a must for any connoisseur of rock & roll guitar. A footnote here for those of you who are BB King fans. I believe he is the greatest strictly Blues, guitar player of all time, but will include him as an inspirer to Hendrix and Clapton, not as a classic rock act.

The unique vocal chemistry of CSNY (Crosby,Stills, Nash & Young) also produced a vast number of hits. My four favorites CSNY tunes, also making the list, are "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" (dedicated to Judy Collins), "DeJa Vu", "Woodstock" and "Ohio".

Led Zeppelin, a super group from the 70's featured powerful vocals from Robert Plant and incredible guitar work from Jimmy Page. Besides the aforementioned "Stairway to Heaven" which I believe to be highly overplayed, they had many unforgettable songs. My favorites are "Black Dog", "Kashmir" and the "Immigrant Song".

Jethro Tull was Grammy award winning British Rock band that formed in the the late 60's. Their music is marked by the distinctive vocal style and lead flute work of front man Ian Anderson. Three of my favorites from them are "Living in the Past" , "A Christmas Song". and "Thick as a Brick"

"White Rabbit", an amazing vocal performance, was belted out by Grace Slick of the California based psychedelic rock group the Jefferson Airplane later known as the Jefferson Starship. I would also include her among the greatest female rock vocalists of all time.

"Funk #49" was a classic Joe Walsh guitar riff performed when he was with the James Gang. He later performed the hot guitar solo at the end of "Hotel California" when he was with the Eagles.

Mott the Hoople was a 1970s English Rock and roll and glam rock band with strong R&B roots. They are best known for the unique classic rock song "All the Young Dudes" which was written for them by their fan David Bowie, who later performed "Heroes" which is ranked 46 on Rolling Stone magazines 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

The Electric Light Orchestra also known as ELO, were a rock group from England that released eleven studio albums starting in 1971. They used cellos, violins, horns and woodwinds to give their music a classical sound, to take rock music in a new direction. Two of my favorites from them are "I Can't Get it out of My Head" and "Turn to Stone"

"Don't Look Back" and "Foreplay - Long Time" are two amazing tunes performed by the great 70's rock band Boston. They were led by the innovative MIT engineering graduate and musical research genius Tom Scholz. The late lead singer Brad Delp had one of the most amazing vocal ranges of all time. He also put together a Beatles tribute band known as BeetleJuice.

"China Grove" , "Long Train Runnin" and "Listen to the Music" were three powerful tunes performed by the American rock band, The Doobie Brothers.

Tom Petty is a rock artist that reminds me very much of a more "Rocksy" and less "Folksy" Bob Dylan. He has the perfect rock and roll voice. His best hits (in my opinion), were "Don't Come Around Here No More", "Into The Great Wide Open" and an unbelievable duo with Stevie Nicks (from Fleetwood Mac), that is one of my all time favorite rock combo tunes: "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" . Fleetwood Mac, who led all rock groups in intergroup romances and breakups, had some very memorable hits like "Rhiannon", "I'm So Afraid" and "Tusk".

Bruce Springsteen "the Boss" another great rock and roll showman, put New Jersey on the map when he produced what I consider one of the best rock albums of all time, "Born to Run".

The Moody Blues were a British band from the 60's who had some beautiful and melodious hits such as "Ride My See-Saw", "The Story in Your Eyes" and "Nights in White Satin".

Van Halen is currently performing a few reunion concerts (if they survive it), with David Lee Roth in the lead. They were a very memorable "MTV Generation" rock group with colorful and humorous videos. I loved three in particular: "Jump ", "Hot For Teacher " and "Panama.

U2 is an Irish band that has been raising tons of money for hunger around the world. My favorite's by them are "Where The Streets Have No Name" and the two powerhouse hits "Beautiful Day" and "Vertigo"

Pink Floyd are an English rock band that initially earned recognition for their psychedelic rock music, and, as they evolved, for their progressive rock music. They are known for philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, innovative cover art, and elaborate live shows. My favorite songs by them are "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" and two unique tunes "Pigs" and "Sheep" which came from their innovative "Animals" album. This is my all time favorite classic rock album.

The 60's also produced tons of memorable music by the groups that I consider the founders of the classic rock sounds. I consider the 5 founders or most influential classic rock groups to be the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, BeeGees and Doors. These artists have produced so many of my favorite classic rock songs that I couldn't list them all here so I will try to limit them.

"Tell All the People" and "Peace Frog" are my favorite tunes by Jim Morrison and the Doors. They were one of the most controversial bands of their time, due mostly to Morrison's cryptic lyrics and unpredictable stage persona.

"Good Vibrations" was a breakthrough sound created by Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys, considered by some to be the American version of the Beatles, It was the first 3 minute plus song released as a single. Two other favorites of mine from them were "Heroes and Villains" and "I Get Around".

The Rolling Stones are an English band whose rhythm and blues and rock and roll based music became popular during the "British Invasion" of the early 1960s. They are still going strong in their FIFTH Decade of music. "Brown Sugar", "19th Nervous Breakdown", "Let's Spend the Night Together" and "Street Fightin Man" are my all time Rolling Stones favorites.

The BeeGees were a singing trio of brothers - Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, that became one of the most successful musical acts of all time. "Tragedy" and "Night Fever" are my all time favorites performed by them. They also performed an amazing sounding tune with Celine Dion called "Immortality"

My favorite Classic Rock band of all time was The Beatles. They were only around as a group for 8 years but their body of work was the most amazing ever created in the history of Rock and Roll. I don't believe there was ever such an influential band in the history of music. It was also my opinion that they were so great because of their ability to create catchy, thought provoking and harmonious tunes that were performed in so many styles that they could represent 6 or 7 genre of music. My favorites from these lads from Liverpool, England were:

"I Feel Fine", "We Can Work it Out", "Day Tripper","Paperback Writer","A Day In the Life", "Back in the USSR", "Birthday", "Get Back", "Hey Jude", "Across the Universe" and "Let it Be"

The Best Classic Rock Songs might have generated a huge list of great music here, but I feel that I could not do the body of work from the 60's and 70's justice by omitting any of these tunes. Look some of them up and enjoy them just like I have over the years.

 

The James Gang - Funk #49

Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar

Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes

The Bee Gees Tragedy

Comments 54 comments

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Zsuzsy Bee 8 years ago from Ontario/Canada

hglick! I really have to write my comment fast before nostalgia set in in. Your list is really good there are only a few artist that I would have added. It's amazing of how much of yesteryear music is influencing today's. I'm going to go and dig out the old tunes.

Great HUB, I mean it, really great collection

regards Zsuzsy


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Thanks Zsuzsy for the compliments. You made me think of some groups and tunes that I forget which definitely belonged on the list, so I have amended the list - hglick


priti kulkarni  8 years ago

the bird is very beautiful but i didn:t know the name of the bird please tell me


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Thank You priti

The Bird is a Bald Eagle

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John C 8 years ago

Well written ....Thanks


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Kosmo 8 years ago from California

Like a trip through yesterday! We pretty much concur on classic rock tunes from the 1960s and '70s. From 1965 to 1975 was definitely the classic period in rock. I like your text. Keep writing such. I also write about rock. Please check out my hubs.

Kosmo


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compu-smart 8 years ago from London UK

Excellent hub!! brought back lots of nice memmorys..

Good jib;)


titsworth7@gmail.com 8 years ago

I am looking for a son that was sun in the late 70's to early 90's. I want to say that Styx wrote the song,and I do not know the title. I remember that the son had lyrics like walking on the sand, and support from a girl. I can't tell you too much more. If I heard the song, I would recognize it. Can you help? I know that I didn' give you very much info, but if I don't find this song, I WILL GO CRAZY. Thanks

Heidi

titsworth7@gmail.com


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Titsworth7 - The song you are looking for could be "Remember(Walking in the Sand)" by the Shangri-las in 1964 and later by Aerosmith (I believe in the 80's or 90's)


jered 8 years ago

i hope you mean (Led Zeppelin) not led Zepellin


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

jered,

Uh oh - Thanks for the heads up - I'll need to check all my other music blogs now


denzec 8 years ago

very impressive! I like that fact that some of your favorites are slightly more obscure than the hits the bands are usually known for. Can you narrow it down to a "top- ten" list!?


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Thank You Denzec

I listed mostly songs that (in my opinion) were the best tunes by each group. These were not necessarily the most overplayed or commercialized tunes. As I mentioned earlier in the hub, songs like "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin were great tunes up until I heard them for the 5,000,000th time.


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Smiling Cat 8 years ago from Deerfield Beach, Florida

Dark Side of The Moon - The best album ever.


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Smiling cat - I did enjoy that album, but I also enjoyed a less popular album by Pink Floyd called "animals"


Rondi 8 years ago

Enjoying your list. Do you perhaps know the name of a song with the lyrics: "mmmm mmmm It's all right, cheatin' on your woman; It's all right".....Most likely sometime during the mid-1970's? Driving me crazy.

Lists are so subjective, but yours seems to represent what was predominately played. Am I the only one who thinks that there is too much sludge being introduced into the market today and being passed off as meaningful music?

Thanks


Rondi 8 years ago

Hi, again. If anyone is interested in a fascinating look at rock history, get a copy of Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon--And the Journey of a Generation: by Sheila Weller. The sheer number of musicians who moved in and out of the lives of these women is amazing. You will love the story of how Crosby Stills & Nash was born one night in Joni Mitchell's California living room!


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Rondi - Sorry I can't place the song  I need more hints - I'll keep thinking about it though

Also - yes I heard about that Joni Mitchell story -

In addition, "Suite:Judy Blue Eyes" was a song written by Stephen Stills about his relationship with Judy Collins


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Smilin Cat - "Dark Side" was a great album that I owned - The only thing though is that here in NY it got so overplayed I couldn't listen to it anymore


Drummer 8 years ago

Great site! Thank you for visiting my Squidoo lens, and for your comments. You answered both trivia questions correctly. Wow! Not many people remember Question Mark & The Mysterians. Ha! Your song list is almost the same as mine would be. I'll "Get Back".


Adam B 8 years ago

Check out my list of top rock songs here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Greatest-Rock-Songs-of-All... I like a lot of the songs on your list!


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Adam B.

Those are a nice group of songs - I commented more thoroughly on your Hub


MIKEM 8 years ago

some great choices,i agree. But how could Rush have not made the list?


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TheMilkMan 8 years ago from Vermont

I love the list, but where's Neil Young and Crazy Horse? And, what about ZZ Top, Blue Oyster Cult, Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Who, Bon Jovi, and Aerosmith? 


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TheMilkMan 8 years ago from Vermont

And The Allman Brothers Band, and The Grateful Dead, and others.

sorry for being anoying


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

MIKEM and The MilkMan, Thank You for your comments. MIKEM Rush was definitely a nice band and I especially enjoy "Tom Sawyer", but they were not (In My opinion) a "Best Classic Rock Band". TheMilkMan, I covered Neil Young in "Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young" Many of the other groups you mention definitely have "Best Classic Rock Songs" when you survey most people. However this is only an OPINION PIECE


jld3336 8 years ago

You say you aren't swayed by the more commercial music but everything you mention is "Top 10". How about some of less well known stuff musicians liten to, like Todd Rundgren, Al Kooper & Little Feat?


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hglick 8 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Jld,  

More commercial stuff can be OK as long as it's not played over and over until you can no longer bear listening to it.

In 2007 I saw  Todd Rundgren open for Hall & Oates, and he had some nice tunes. Al Kooper, and Little Feat were also pretty decent. I can name tons of lesser know bands that I love as well, like Poco, Grand Funk Railroad, the Guess Who, Iggy Pop, BTO, Bad Company, the Guess Who, Iron Butterfly, the Rasberries, Badfinger, Tommy James, etc. etc. etc. I can probably list hundreds of these bands. Hmmm, that's a good idea for a future blog. Thanks for giving me the idea.


lms 456 that's what time it is 7 years ago

i didn't see ccr a.k.a credeence clearwater revivel

what about their good songs bad moon rising,have you ever seen the rain,fournate son,proud mary,midnight special,and who will stop the rain.


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hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

IMS - I love CCR - Fortunate Son and Proud Mary were both great songs CCR Also did a great remake of "I heard it through the Grapevine"


Lori 7 years ago

It is unforgivable to leave Bruce Springsteen off the list but include Heart on the List. I like Heart but they are just not in the same league as Springsteen. Rather you like him or not he was and continues to be a great influence in Rock music. Shame on you!


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hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Thanks Lori,

Bruce Springsteen is indeed a great rock artist due to his "Born to Run" album which was one of the greatest of all time. Sorry for the oversight. I will include him in my next update of this hub


will 7 years ago

i definatly think that rush is a bigger band then CSNY


David in Maine 7 years ago

Great piece man, I saw Uriah Heep up here in Maine in "73 and I gotta say " The Wizard", and "Sunrise" were two great tunes !


Joseph Degnan 7 years ago

Im a young guy but love old music. I cant tell you how many times I've heard the songs listed above but had no idea of the names. Its a great list of music, the time period of classic rock is the best music in creation til this day, and classic rock will never die. Thanks for the music!!!


Lina 7 years ago

Ann Wilson, who I believe has one of the strongest voices among female rock & roll performers of all time, second only to Janis Joplin. Of course Aretha would be up there.

YOU FORGOT GRACE SLICK!! One of the first and best female rockers.


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hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Lina,

Check out some of my other classic music hubs like http://hubpages.com/entertainment/Top-Classic-Rock

I talked about Grace Slick , who is one of my favorites along with the powerful hit "White Rabbit"


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elisabethkcmo 7 years ago from Just East of Oz

I like your musical taste, great hub!


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hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Thanks

elisabeth

I love your hubs

Especially the crazy cat one

short and loaded with catdventure


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Rob Lattin 7 years ago from Born in Chicago, now I'm in Mostly Michigan

You mention Iron Butterfly - great original music. Have you ever heard Mike Pinera (former guitarist in Iron Butterfly)with his Classic Rock All Star Band doing In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida? His version with him singing it is great. Too bad record companies won't release new versions of old songs by established artists anymore. Even if they did, I doubt any of the major rock stations would play anything. Even when Styx and Chicago, (and even Hall and Oates) put out a new album, radio stations won't play them. In Chicago, they only play Pink Floyd and ACDC. What a shame. Keep up the interesting hubs.


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hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

Rob, Thanks that's an excellent version of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - I found the youtube link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW_teWmq4NI


parismarie224 7 years ago from cicero,illinois

im a fan of the beatles aswell but i perfer michael jackson


mimi 6 years ago

dude oh man i love heart, you're so right, althoughhhh i like crazy on you better, simply because of the acoustics. watch it live, they were amazing guitar players


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hglick 6 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

mimi, they were great guitar players. I loved crazy on you as well.


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d luck 6 years ago

'Let It Be' is a great inspiring song.


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billyaustindillon 6 years ago

Kashmir still sounds current - great hub


rymiraflores 6 years ago

Mountain ........my favourite band of my life...but what about Free, Cream, Uriah Heep, Nazareth ?


semore butts 5 years ago

the beatles duh no one better


Preston 5 years ago

Kashmir greatest zeppelin song ever


zura 5 years ago


Yano 5 years ago

Wow great list,I understand this is your personal list but just want to say 2 of my favorites Stealin when I should have been buying,Uriah Heep and gonna hitch a ride boston.Do you rember a 1 hit band named New England from the late 70's ? would you know the name of the hit?Only group that I can rember the name of but cant rember the name of the song.I cant even rember how it goes but do rember them havin a hit. Yano


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Joanne Rocks 5 years ago

@ Yano, I remember New England well, their song was "Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya" which barely cracked the top 40 in 1978, I've been in touch with their management, can you believe they are still alive and kicking?

http://youtu.be/DHRm2cy1cRk


amber r 5 years ago

my favorite band is also the beatles but probably my favorite song by them would be i am the walrus since its weird funny and a good tune


joe 4 years ago

CSNY are much better then Rush in my opinion. But Rush is also a very good band. The downfall to Rush is it's over play were CSNY you don't hear as much. I mean carry on,old man take a look at my life,wooden ships, and ohio the list goes on and on and this is just CSNY not just Crosby or CN or CSN their list is like Steely Dan A mile long but very good.

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    mattzig 7 years ago

    i think that permnenet vacation by aerosmith rules


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    hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

    mattzig - aerosmith has a lot of great tunes

    Joseph Degnan = Thank you for the kind words

    David in Maine - Thanks for the Uriah Heep mention - I had one of their albums way back and they were pretty good

    Will - you're entitled to your opinion but CSNY had tons more hits than Rush


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    Krystal Paige 7 years ago from Midwest, America

    I like the hub! Nice choices there!


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    hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

    Krystal, Thanks for the comment. I just looked at your bio and some of your hubs, and I can see we have many of the same tastes. I'm gonna love your hubs


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    tyrrell123 7 years ago from Yorkshire, England

    Of course this subject is open to endless debate, but great hub. So many of my favourites too, nice work.


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    hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

    Thanks Tyrell.

    I love so many more songs by many of these artists. These are just my top selections.


    ig;ti 7 years ago

    musics awsome


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    Mike Lickteig 7 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

    hglick, you truly know your classic music. I was pleased to see you mention the Moody Blues, my personal favorite originating from the sixties. A couple bands I feel are traditionally overlooked from that era are the Guess Who, and (don't laugh) Three Dog Night. Both bands were more talented than they were given credit for, and The GW's "Share the Land" and 3DN's "Eli's Coming" are two of my favorite songs.

    As Bob Hope used to sing, "Thanks for the memories..."


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    hglick 7 years ago from Ronkonkoma, NY Author

    Mike, Three Dog Night put out one of the great Live albums of all time, I believe it was called Live at the Forum. They did an amazing version of "Try a Little Tenderness" It was yet another album that I played to death.


    RaJdHrUv SiNgH 6 years ago

    if you really like the sound of guitar and wan't that it should flow and play in your whole body...go for.......

    the door-:1.the end 2.light my fire

    superb songs...


    catherinejt 5 years ago

    Just stumbled upon this site...LOVE IT !! My favorite all time is Beatles..when my husband passed from lupus he requested Blackbird. The video montage and the song were meant to be. My sons were raised on all the "oldies but goodies" I figured before they listen to their generation...learn the roots...even before Elvis. You know..a little Fats Domino and the like all the way to Led Zepplin..Tom Petty...and onto the writings/story-telling of Stevie Nicks...Or how about Gensis - Squank ! Lord..and now with the new rock...I guess we have taught them well ! Perhaps they are teaching us..not sure..but I like it, like it...YES I DO !!! BTW, The Moody Blues - who could ever forget "Nights in White Satin - Threshold to a Dream" !!


    Lynda 5 years ago

    I agree with just about everything you've pointed out,I thought it ironic how you compare Tom Petty to Bob Dylan,because I've always done it,but although Bob is a great songwriter ( a bit preachy)his voice gives me a headache and I don't listen to him very long. Whereas I could listen to Tom along time I would not put the Beachboy in my top ten though, there are better choices.

    In our house the King of Rockn Role is Chuck Berry not EP


    jacob cole 5 years ago

    the beatles duhh u r all idiots if u think there is anyone better


    joe 4 years ago

    hope you got some Cat Stevens in there. Maybe a little Emerson, Lake & Palmer to. Good day

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