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I saw Dave Loggins in the mid 70s (74-77), he was really good. Stand out concert. He did a song about pay toilets (remember those) on the turnpike...
I actually saw the First Edition live and they were quite good. That is about all I remember except the Turtles were on the same bill and were...
Maybe fun to create (?) but not enjoyable to listen. I think I would prefer a drum solo.
Since you did not specify "musician" I would say my father and both grandfathers.
I saw the BS System - excellent. Don't forget Sock it to me Santa
Up the Junction by Manfred Mann - Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg writers
I saw the Measles with Joe Walsh, they were excellent. There is a pic from the same concert or period at Kent State University where JW is playing...
I like that song. Been a fan since late 60s. Saw them right before the 3 guys left to form Foghat and later with Dave Walker Both were great. KS...
New Lost City Ramblers
The Beatles, James Burton (Ozzie and Harriet show), Buck Owens and Don Rich, Kingston Trio, etc.. These guys got national exposure (TV and great...
Several bands identified had more than one hit record - the Kingsmen and the Outsiders had several hits
All the line-ups made some good music. Each had their unique qualities.
A little early for "best" of 2019. Also, there are no "best criteria" so it can only be your favorites. Because, in my opinion (the only one that...
I saw him with the "System" at a teen club, excellent even back then.
Black Oak Arkansas - bad live and on record.
I did not know that she did Bumble Bee before the Searchers.
Love Steeleye Span. Saw them in the early 70s, great live band (around Parcel of Rogues period). Like the recordings with Ken Nicol.
I saw back in the early 70s with Blind Owl and the Bear, don't remember who was on lead guitar. (Henry or Harvey?). Good bad.
Love the Flamin Groovies.
Way to many, but some standouts were:
Procol Harum (Salty Dog era) and later Broken Barricades (Trower again) twice later (Grabham or Ball)
First 2 Band albums
Byrds - Sweethearts of the Rodeo
Fying Burrito Brothers - Gilded Palace of Sin
Richard and Linda Thompson - Shoot out the lights
Love Pop's guitar picking
Love Stephen Bruton - saw him with Kris in early 70s. His albums are all wonderful.