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  • Dust

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    So, I feel that my current Oldies folder is lacking big hair, loud guitars, and testosterone. I am only 27, but most of my first 10 years were spent in dad's car listening to classic rock. I don't know the names of alot of the bands and songs from back then, because I was too young to remember. does anyone have suggestions from the Classic rock era for me to add to the collection?
     

    jdh

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    Led Zepplin
    Grand funk Railroad
    Thin Lizzy
    Credence Clearwater Revival
    Boston
    Pure Prairie League
    Marshall Tucker Band
    Lynard Skynard
    Bon Jovi
    Whitesnake
    Black Oak Arkansas

    That ought to get you started.
     

    kerryp

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    Some of what I have on my iPhone (excluding the ones above that have already been listed):

    AC/DC
    Blues Traveler
    Chicago
    Dire Straits
    Eagles
    Eric Clapton (multiple variations, Cream, Derek and the Dominoes, yard Birds, etc.)
    Guns and Roses
    Great White
    Joe Satriani
    Queen
    Ray Charles
    Rush
    Santana
    Scorpions
    Steely Dan
    Squeeze
    Super Tramp
    Tom Petty
    Triumph
    Van halen
    Van Morrison
    The Who

    Good Texas Bands/Music:
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Delbert McClinton
    Joe Ely
    Fab T-Birds
    The Arc Angels
    Big Head Todd and the Monsters
    Dr. John
    Jimmy Vaughn
    Vallejo

    I have a bunch more music, but this is the rock/blues, stuff
     

    baboon

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    Cream
    Ten Years After
    Mountain
    Free/Bad Company
    Deep Purple
    Uriah Heap
    Pink Floyd
    Rolling Stones
    Led Zeppelin
    Black Sabbath
    Blind Faith
    BOC
    CCR
    The Doors
    Foghat
    Jimi Hendrix
    James Gang
    Jethro Tull
    King Crimson
    Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention
    Alan Parsons Project
    Steppewolf
    Yes
    Warren Zevon
     

    country_boy

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    So, I feel that my current Oldies folder is lacking big hair, loud guitars, and testosterone. I am only 27, but most of my first 10 years were spent in dad's car listening to classic rock. I don't know the names of alot of the bands and songs from back then, because I was too young to remember. does anyone have suggestions from the Classic rock era for me to add to the collection?


    Im guessing from big hair and loud guitars your meaning glam rock/hair metal 80's??? Or more classic like Mountain, Black Sabbath, AC/DC etc.. Im only 21 but, my dad did a few album covers for some bands back then. Because of him, thats all I listen to.

    Quiet Riot
    Motley Crue
    Ratt
    Twisted Sister
    Dokken
    Scorpions
    DIO
    Y & T
    Iron Maiden
    KISS
    Def Leppard
    Night Ranger
    WASP
    Vixen
    Van Halen
    Accept
    Great White
    Judas Priest
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Whitesnake
    Rough Cutt
    Giuffria
    Ted Nugent
    Journey
    Blue Oyster Cult
    Metallica
     

    jdh

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    Forgot The Outlaws
    and they have not been mentioned (or I missed it if they were).
     

    dbgun

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    Peter Frampton
    Kansas-Dust in the wind
    Jim Croce
    Deep Purple
    Bachman-Turner Overdrive
     

    Okierifleman

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    This thread could get lengthy. I consider myself to be a somewhat musically educated individual. There are so many bands to have. But I will start you out with the essential rock and metal bands, you can go from there.

    It all started with Black Sabbath. Get every record they made, especially with Ozzy, Ian Gillan, and Dio. Then, get in this order:
    Led Zeppelin
    Deep Purple
    Judas Priest
    Iron Maiden

    Once you have gotten through these and have built up a true appreciation for the music, get back with me and I will give you the next lesson my son! \m/
     
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