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    Check this out.
    Led Zeppelin ~ Boogie with Stu - YouTube
    This may be considered Sacrilege, the Dancing Baby and All!
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    I heard this today and it still sounds great!
    Uriah Heep "Stealin'" Live 1973 - YouTube
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    Here's one that always knocks me out as a guitar player.
    Rollin Man by Fleetwood Mac.
    rollin' man fleetwood mac - YouTube
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    I heard this today.
    Not Too Obscure, but still sounds great.
    Jeff Beck Feat. Rod Stewart, and Ronnie Wood.
    Jeff Beck - I Ain't Superstitious (Casino Soundtrack) - YouTube
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    Peacepipes A Biker's Tune

    pretty rad for 1968!
    http://youtu.be/XBio4WlDQPo

    Glass Sun - Silence of the Morning (1968)
    http://youtu.be/QDXd6RTWzQU

    Poe - Sons Of Belial (1971)
    http://youtu.be/dt39lXwa-kg

    Rare Bird - Beautiful Scarlet [1970]
    http://youtu.be/w5zbv2-ZL_o
    great keys and I HATE keys!
    their gear alone would cost 100k today!
    (cept for the sound shittys..)

    Pink Faeries Snake
    http://youtu.be/cvbJopqBjmY
    Lemmy says these guys sucked

    Head Machine - Orgasm
    http://youtu.be/tZCx-Sv7KrI
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    Nick Gravenites & Mike Bloomfield - Killing My Love - YouTube
    I'm subscribed to this thread but I never got tedmich's post....dont let this thread die......lol

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    Here's an oldie by the Doobie Brothers.
    Like the guitar.
    Album Cut, in 1973.
    The Doobie Brothers - Dark Eyed Cajun Woman - YouTube
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    Dear Jill - Blodwyn Pig - YouTube
    Like the album cover.....a pig wearing sun glasses, headphones and smoking a joint.....

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    We lost another good one!
    Levon Helms.
    In memory!
    The Band ... the Weight 1969 @ woodstock live - YouTube
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    Levon Helm... My last name is "Helms" So reading your post Big Teee I thought for a moment that possibly that man could be my real Dad or Uncle or Grandpa!! lol.
    Now he is up there jamming away w/ the other half of "the band."

    So many artists from the past really make the music scene today look pathetic. Makes me realize how important it is to remember how great they really were and to see them go. Now when will we be so lucky to see Lady Gaga or Justin Beiber go!!! That's a total reversal of that meaning though, lol.

    So in tribute to Levon, I too wish to post a great song by the band. This is the performance I saw that made me fall in love w/ "The Band." I bet Levon is up there right now singing backups w/ Rick Danko for Richard Manuels I Shall be released. Well Bob Dylans song but Richard owns it here....!

    I Shall Be Released (The Band) - YouTube
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    I hate it, but we've Mourned long enough, as we must Keep Rockin!
    This one barely qualifies, but it does just the same 1979!
    Dire Straits - Once Upon A Time In The West (1979) (Remaster w/Lyrics) [720p HD] ~ORIGINAL VIDEO~ - YouTube
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    I always liked Jim Mesinna.
    Here's one I think he wrote and recorded in 68-69 with Poco.
    Not that obscure, but you don't hear it much anymore.
    Poco - You Better Think Twice - ((in stereo)) - YouTube
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    Here's a deep track, I've never heard before.
    A Cut Called "Down the Road".
    A band called Manassas, with Stephen Stills.
    Some great slide work.
    Manassas - Down the Road - YouTube
    Enjoy!
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    If your a Jeff Beck Fan, check this out!
    I've never heard this one before.
    Great stuff.
    Jeff and Rod, were a combo hard to beat.
    Probably late 60s.
    Jeff Beck Group - Let Me Love You - YouTube
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    ** great stereo Sounds.
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    One of my favorite bands from the UK.....

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    I really like this 1972 track from an obscure Scottish band

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_teee View Post
    If your a Jeff Beck Fan, check this out!
    I've never heard this one before.
    Great stuff.
    Jeff and Rod, were a combo hard to beat.
    Probably late 60s.
    Jeff Beck Group - Let Me Love You - YouTube
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    ** great stereo Sounds.
    I've loved that album since it was first released. Jeff B was pretty annoyed when the first Led Zeppelin album came out: he thought (rightly) that it was a blatant ripoff of his album "Truth," to the point of even repeating a couple of the same songs.

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    I know it's not a competition, but if it were, tedmich would be winning. That's some obscure stuff, there.

    Here's a jolly live performance by Focus of their one hit:



    Found that clip when I was looking around for bands that used Fender Super Showman amps, the only decent solid-state Fenders from the late '60s. Jan Akkerman sounds pretty good through his two Super Showmans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jot View Post
    I've loved that album since it was first released. Jeff B was pretty annoyed when the first Led Zeppelin album came out: he thought (rightly) that it was a blatant ripoff of his album "Truth," to the point of even repeating a couple of the same songs.
    Here's the whole album if anyone wants to hear the rest of it.
    Jeff Beck - Truth (Full Album) - YouTube
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    Wow. for some reason, I hadn't read this thread until just now. Man oh man. I was a disk jockey in the 1966-1968 era and some after that. Was on-air personality as well as "king of the patch panel" in the production studio. Then got into live music in the late 1960s and into the 70s. So many dim memories this is stirring up.

    I know some of these references are from year old posts but...

    I LOVE Poke Salad Annie, TJ White, and for that matter I always liked Niki Hoeky by PJ Proby

    And how can I not like Jerry Reed. His Amos Moses comes to mind.

    I had all Captain Beefheart's LPs. Still do I suppose. Bizarre stuff. LSD helps understand it a lot.

    Had all the 13th floor Elevators LPs too. Your gonna miss me, yes!

    Another later Texas band, Bubble Puppy, had Hot Smoke and Sassafras, always liked that.

    Jessie Ed Davis, I liked him. FUn to hear his guitar coming through a Leslie. he played with Taj Mahal among others.

    I like Jeff beck, but for me the albums Wired and Blow by Blow are my faves.

    Leslie West? Good honest rock and roll. You couldn;t be a bar band and not play Mississippi Queen, I don;t think.


    Season of the Witch is an all time favorite, I still pick up the guitar and noodle that for an hour. The long Bloomfield version was great, the Donovan one was too, but my fave was Julie Driscoll singing it with Brian Auger and the Trinity.

    DOnovan's Hurdy Gurdy man always hits me right.

    A 60s/70s band I really liked was Love with Arthur Lee. Solid band, three guitars. They had a range of styles. They did a cover of Hey Joe I liked, then again so did a thousand other bands, including of course Jimi.


    I was on the radio when some one handed me this new album by something called the Jimi Hendrix Experience. OK, I'll check out anything and... WHOA!!! WHAT IS THIS???!!!??? I didn;t know what to call it, but i sure liked it. Pysch a freaking delic, man. I liked everything on it, I wore out copies of it. Back then, records came in mono, unless you wanted to pay an extra dollar to get the stereo version. An extra dollar when an album was $3 is a large increase. Some of the tracks were different on the stereo issue. Same songs, different takes/mixes. Couldn;t get enough of Jimi.

    That different mix thing happened on the Beatles Sgt Pepper LP. A couple tracks were different mixes on the mono version.

    Now a REAL 1960s band... The Chocolate Watchband. Total psychedelic jams.

    Liked an obscure band called Family with Rick Grech and others.

    From the bar band era, we just couldn;t miss with Sly and the Family Stone - Wanna take you Higher

    And - I Don't Need No Doctor by Humble pie gives me goosebumps live.

    Love the One You're With - Stephen Stills


    And I never ever want to hear Spirit in the Sky by Norman Greenbaum again. Not ever. YUK.
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    whoa Enzo! You started out RIGHT! A common thread in all your detailed, systematic posts about fixing music-making electronics (along with a flawless command of the experimental method) is an unabiding love of the music they produce. I always knew you were not only endlessly good-hearted and helpful but also motivated by the joy of music! Now it all makes sense!

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    No, but first time I ever heard LaGrange by ZZ Top, my first thought was how it reminded me of old Savoy Brown tunes.


    Gimme some Lovin' by Spencer Davis Group featuring a VERY young Stevie Winwood. Great bar tune.

    Devil with a Blue Dress On. Mitch Ryder.


    Don't Fear the Reaper, and Godzilla, both by Blue Oyster Cult.

    Jefferson Airplane. First album, before Grace Slick, singer was Signe Anderson, who I think went on to be a school teacher.

    Moby Grape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enzo View Post
    No, but first time I ever heard LaGrange by ZZ Top, my first thought was how it reminded me of old Savoy Brown tunes.


    Gimme some Lovin' by Spencer Davis Group featuring a VERY young Stevie Winwood. Great bar tune.

    Devil with a Blue Dress On. Mitch Ryder.


    Don't Fear the Reaper, and Godzilla, both by Blue Oyster Cult.

    Jefferson Airplane. First album, before Grace Slick, singer was Signe Anderson, who I think went on to be a school teacher.

    Moby Grape.
    Hi Enzo:
    Don't just say the name, we want links to the tunes!
    I'm surprised more of the old guys like you and me haven't been posting on this thread.
    I've been a Rocker, since Hector was a Pup.
    ZZ Top - Mexican Blackbird (Original 1975 Vinyl Mix) - YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGh3m...eature=related
    Savoy Brown - Make Me Sweat.wmv - YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW_kzeig0HU&feature=fvst
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    SOrry, I don't download music or surf you tube, so I have no idea if all these songs are even on the internet. Wait, what am I saying? I don;t know where they are anyway. I'm old school, I want the music I go get the record. I have no idea which end of an ipod the music goes into. I had assumed we were alal familiar with the tunes. OK< googler it is

    OK
    Bubble Puppy Hot Smoke and Sasafrass - Bubble Puppy (1968) - YouTube

    Julie Driscoll Season of the Witch. (ignore the acid trip visuals) Julie Driscoll - Season Of The Witch (1968) - YouTube

    Chocolate Watchband (pretty psychedelic) the chocolate watch band - dark side of the mushroom - YouTube

    Family Family - Second Generation Woman .1969 - YouTube

    Humble Pie... I Don't Need No Doctor I Don&#39;t Need No Doctor (live) - Humble Pie - YouTube
    They go noodling around for their solos in the middle, great tune for dragging the audience participation into it we always found, but when they come crashing back to the tune, it gets me every time. (About 8 minutes in)

    Moby Grape:
    8:05 (the title, not the time) Moby Grape - 8:05 - YouTube
    Motocycle Irene Moby Grape - Motorcycle Irene (1968) - YouTube
    Naked If I Want To Moby Grape - Naked If I Want To - YouTube

    Devil with a blue dress, Mitch Ryder Mitch Ryder - Devil With The Blue Dress/Good Golly Miss Molly - YouTube

    Jefferson Airplane
    Tobacco Road Jefferson Airplane - Tobacco Road - YouTube
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    SOrry, I don't download music or surf you tube, so I have no idea if all these songs are even on the internet. Wait, what am I saying? I don;t know where they are anyway. I'm old school, I want the music I go get the record. I have no idea which end of an ipod the music goes into. I had assumed we were alal familiar with the tunes. OK< googler it is

    OK
    Bubble Puppy Hot Smoke and Sasafrass - Bubble Puppy (1968) - YouTube

    Julie Driscoll Season of the Witch. (ignore the acid trip visuals) Julie Driscoll - Season Of The Witch (1968) - YouTube

    Chocolate Watchband (pretty psychedelic) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAAVqK9trlo

    Family Family - Second Generation Woman .1969 - YouTube

    Humble Pie... I Don't Need No Doctor I Don&#39;t Need No Doctor (live) - Humble Pie - YouTube
    They go noodling around for their solos in the middle, great tune for dragging the audience participation into it we always found, but when they come crashing back to the tune, it gets me every time. (About 8 minutes in)

    Moby Grape:
    8:05 (the title, not the time) Moby Grape - 8:05 - YouTube
    Motocycle Irene Moby Grape - Motorcycle Irene (1968) - YouTube
    Naked If I Want To Moby Grape - Naked If I Want To - YouTube

    Devil with a blue dress, Mitch Ryder Mitch Ryder - Devil With The Blue Dress/Good Golly Miss Molly - YouTube

    Jefferson Airplane
    Tobacco Road Jefferson Airplane - Tobacco Road - YouTube
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    Great Job Enzo:
    A Picture or a Tune , is worth a thousand words.
    Liked the Tobacco Road Starship song. (JAP)
    Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers (with Lyric) - YouTube
    Janis Joplin - Summertime 1968 - YouTube
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    I have always liked Tobacco Road as a song. Worked as a bar tune as well, we used to play it. First was a big hit for the Nashville Teens
    THE NASHVILLE TEENS - Tobacco Road - YouTube

    The Animals Tabacco Road - Eric Burdon and the Animals - YouTube



    Dirty Water the Standells The Standells - Dirty Water - YouTube

    You're Breaking My Heart by Nilsson Harry Nilsson - You&#39;re Breakin&#39; My Heart - YouTube
    A refreshingly honest lyric

    Gimme Some Lovin' Spencer Davis Group Spencer Davis Group - &#39;Gimme Some Lovin&#39; Stereo Music Video - YouTube
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    I ran across this on the tube!
    Some Good Stuff.
    Raw, Marshall Banging Rock & Roll...
    If they play one you don't like, just hang in There!
    Bogert & Appice from Vanilla Fudge Fame, and I think you know the other guy!
    Beck Bogert & Appice - Beck Bogert & Appice Live (1973) - Full Album - YouTube
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    Now you got me trying to recall all my fave tunes from my radio show, and our set list from the band days.

    Whipping Post by Allman Bros
    Allman Brothers - Whipping Post, 9/23/70 HQ - YouTube

    Oooh, Yes, loved them
    Roundabout
    Yes - Roundabout - YouTube

    Yours is no Disgrace
    Yes - Yours Is No Disgrace - YouTube
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    Oh, of course, the overnight DJ break tunes. If I recall without looking, the Chambers Bros record was 12 minutes or so in length, and of course Inna Gada was a half hour nap. Rolling Stones Going Home too.

    Rolling Stones - Going Home - YouTube

    The Who!!!
    Kids are all Right
    The Who - The Kids Are Alright - YouTube

    Join Together with the Band
    Join Together - THE WHO - YouTube

    I Can See for Miles
    The WHO - I Can See For Miles (1968) - YouTube

    And on and on and on

    Back then, anybody with an acoustic guitar had to learn Angie
    Bert Jansch version:
    Bert Jansch - Angie - YouTube

    Times were what they were, we shot at our own.
    FOur Dead in Ohio - CSN&Y
    Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Ohio - (live audio 1970) - YouTube

    Oh from those days, this, don't look at the picture:
    Manfred Mann- By Request: Edwin Garvey - YouTube

    Because it was the flip side of this:
    Manfred Mann Mighty Quinn - YouTube
    Manfred Mann giant hit single.
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    I go through stages of what I listen too.
    I have been on a darker kick today.
    How about some good ole Black Sabbath!
    Here's 3 that didn't get as much air play, that I liked.
    Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots - YouTube
    Black Sabbath-N. I. B. - YouTube
    Black Sabbath-Warning (lyrics in description) 1970 - YouTube
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    Crap, I had a good one going, then my browser tanked.


    I do like the gritty earthy rock, but I also like more complex stuff. Something beyond oh say the two-chord J.Geils junk.

    Billy Cobham (maybe a bit more drum solos than I like, but well he IS a drummer):
    Stratus BILLY COBHAM STRATUS - YouTube

    Crosswinds Billy Cobham - Crosswinds (1974) - YouTube

    Pleasant Pheasant The Pleasant Pheasant By Billy Cobham- YouTube


    Stanley Clarke

    VUlcan Princess STANLEY CLARKE, Vulcan Princess/ Yesterday Princess - YouTube

    Lopsy Lu Lopsy Lu By Stanley Clarke - YouTube


    Brecker Brothers

    Skunk FUnk Brecker Brothers - Some Skunk Funk - YouTube


    Jeff Beck

    Freeway Jam Jeff Beck - Freeway Jam - YouTube

    Come Dancing Come Dancing - Jeff Beck - YouTube


    Emerson Lake and Palmer

    Lucky Man Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Lucky Man - YouTube

    Fanfare for the common man Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Fanfare for the Common Man - YouTube
    I just love that
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    Oh far out. I have been trying for years to remember an album I used to really like. It had a long track on one side that was of the progresive rock type. Long involved complex thing. I managed to FIND it! The band was Touch, and they made one album by the same name. The song I liked was Seventy Five

    Seventy Five-Touch-Touch(1969) - YouTube

    It was maybe a bit long and self indulgent a jam track, but hey... get high and turn it up and we loved it.

    Interesting history on them as well.
    Touch (1960s band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Listen to this and think about later bands like Yes.
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    Lots of good tracks in this thread!

    How about a band that's new in comparison but sounds like it could be a classic band? Jellyfish!

    Jellyfish-Joining a Fan Club - YouTube

    I think Jellyfish is one of my favorite bands EVER. After working in the music industry a bit I have huge respect for what they did, even if their timing was terrible and grunge took over the world as Spilt Milk came out. It's one of my "Desert Island" albums. I told my family that if I die prematurely they're to play "Russian Hill" at my funeral.

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