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  • #31
    Originally posted by orangenblue420
    Earth, Wind & Fire
    The GAP Band
    Kool & The Gang

    I grew up with a disco dad We had the mirror ball in our basement and everything
    Me too we must of had the same parents CPs coming also

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    • #32
      I am going to add MC5 to my list.....they could bring it.

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      • #33
        led zeppelin
        lynard skynard
        black sabbath
        pink floyd
        quite riot
        ccr
        rolling stones
        johnny cash

        several others
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        • #34
          I forgot Commodores and KC and the Sunshine Band

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          • #35
            Originally posted by buckland
            Yes, while a good "UK bluesy" band in the 60's, the addition of Lindsey and Stevie really put them on the map. Comercial with a capital "C," while still retaining some of that back album, off-mainstream style.
            The overt commercialism is what I didn't like.


            It's like two different bands.

            Everybody's gotta elevate from the norm...

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Den21-Bal19
              Jared,

              I see you listed Queen & Bad Company.............more of a Queen fan myself, but I thought Paul Rogers was fantastic when he toured with Brian May & Roger Taylor a year or so back...............

              And May's guitar style gave some of the Free & Bad Company's stuff a nice new sound

              Wish I could have seen it.

              Paul Rodgers does have a great voice. Did any of the arrangments change? Did they drop keys? Did Roger and Brain sing lead at all?

              Everybody's gotta elevate from the norm...

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              • #37
                Originally posted by JayhawkBronco
                I am going to add MC5 to my list.....they could bring it.

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEi1-FSec24
                Raw power.



                The first punk band, in my opinion.

                Everybody's gotta elevate from the norm...

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Jared
                  Wish I could have seen it.

                  Paul Rodgers does have a great voice. Did any of the arrangments change? Did they drop keys? Did Roger and Brain sing lead at all?
                  They were fantastic.................

                  A few arrangements were changed, personally I love what they did with Hammer To Fall, and both Brian & Roger sang vocals.

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                  Full listing:

                  "Reaching Out" (Black, Hill)
                  "Tie Your Mother Down" (May)
                  "I Want to Break Free" (Deacon)
                  "Fat Bottomed Girls" (May)
                  "Wishing Well" (Rodgers, Kossoff, Bundrick, Yamauchi, Kirke)
                  "Another One Bites the Dust" (Deacon)
                  "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (Mercury)
                  "Say It's Not True" (Taylor) Lead vocals by Taylor.
                  "'39" (May) Lead vocals by May.
                  "Love of My Life" (Mercury) Lead vocals by May.
                  "Hammer to Fall" (May) Lead vocals by May & Rodgers.
                  "Feel Like Makin' Love" (Rodgers, Ralphs)
                  "Let There Be Drums" (Nelson, Podolor)
                  "I'm In Love With My Car" (Taylor) Lead vocals by Taylor.
                  "Guitar solo" (May)
                  "Last Horizon" (May)
                  "These Are the Days of Our Lives" (Queen) Lead vocals by Taylor
                  "Radio Ga Ga" (Taylor) Lead vocals by Taylor & Rodgers
                  "Can't Get Enough" (Ralphs)
                  "A Kind of Magic" (Taylor)
                  "I Want It All" (Queen) Lead vocals by Rodgers & May.
                  "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Mercury) Pre-recorded vocals by Mercury, with lead vocals by Rodgers
                  "The Show Must Go On" (Queen)
                  "All Right Now" (Fraser, Rodgers)
                  "We Will Rock You" (May)
                  "We Are the Champions" (Mercury)
                  "God Save the Queen" (Traditional, arr. May)
                  "It's A Beautiful Day (Remix)" (Queen) Pre-recorded vocals by Mercury
                  "Imagine" (Lennon) Lead vocals by May, Taylor and Rodgers

                  Slap it in & take it to 11

                  And speaking of 70's music, how could I forget Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds, which has also become a superb live show and is available on DVD
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