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OTD 1973, THE EDGAR WINTER GROUP released the single FRANKENSTEIN 1973 | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
OTD 1973, THE EDGAR WINTER GROUP released the single FRANKENSTEIN 1973 | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
Led Zeppelin - Kashmir (Live 1975) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
Led Zeppelin - Kashmir (Live 1975) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
LED ZEPPELIN - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (1971) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
LED ZEPPELIN - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (1971) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
The Allman Brothers Band "Midnight Rider" Live Acoustic | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
The Allman Brothers Band "Midnight Rider" Live Acoustic | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
BOZ SCAGGS released the single LIDO SHUFFLE (Feb 27, 1977) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
BOZ SCAGGS released the single LIDO SHUFFLE (Feb 27, 1977) | By Top Hat Crew "Live Music Archivists"Facebook
Miguel Mazzetti. Strange Kind Of Woman 1973 70s Songs, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, My Favorite Music, Favorite Things, Classic Rock And Roll, Oldies Music, Wow Video, Music Hits
Deep Purple - Strange Kind Of Woman
Miguel Mazzetti. Strange Kind Of Woman 1973
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Beginnings (2002 Remaster)
FLASH BACK Nostalgia | Billy Paul - Me and Mrs | Facebook
FLASH BACK Nostalgia | Billy Paul - Me and Mrs | Facebook
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The Byrds - Full Concert - 09/23/70 - Fillmore East (OFFICIAL)
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54K views · 12K reactions | Grand Funk Railroad - I’m Your Captain - Shea Stadium ~ 1971 @ T.J. Ash YouTube 👉 Grand Funk Railroad played a sold-out show in July of 1971 at the now-defunct Shea Stadium in Queens, New York City, performing their hit song “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home)” to a packed stadium of appreciative fans. The 55,000 available tickets for this show were sold out in an amazing 72 hours, breaking the 1965 record set by The Beatles and remaining in place until the stadium was demolished in 2008. | Early Pictures | Grand Funk Railroad · I'm Your Captain/Closer To Home
54K views · 12K reactions | Grand Funk Railroad - I’m Your Captain - Shea Stadium ~ 1971 @ T.J. Ash YouTube 👉 Grand Funk Railroad played a sold-out show in July of 1971 at the now-defunct Shea Stadium in Queens, New York City, performing their hit song “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home)” to a packed stadium of appreciative fans. The 55,000 available tickets for this show were sold out in an amazing 72 hours, breaking the 1965 record set by The Beatles and remaining in place until the stadium was demolished in 2008. | Early Pictures | Grand Funk Railroad · I'm Your Captain/Closer To Home
These Eyes - The Guess Who | By Noel Carpena MamadraFacebook
These Eyes - The Guess Who | By Noel Carpena MamadraFacebook
86K views · 11K reactions | The Guess Who ~ American Woman on The Midnight Special TV Show March 29th, 1974 @themidnightspecialtvshow  @theguesswho | Early Pictures | earlypictures · Original audio
86K views · 11K reactions | The Guess Who ~ American Woman on The Midnight Special TV Show March 29th, 1974 @themidnightspecialtvshow @theguesswho | Early Pictures | earlypictures · Original audio
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Take the Highway - Marshall Tucker Band
53K views · 1.8K reactions | On this date in 1978, JEFFERSON STARSHIP released their fourth studio album, EARTH (Feb 26, 1978). The album was recorded the previous year with the same band lineup as their previous album, Spitfire. The band did not tour in 1977, as Marty Balin was reluctant to commit to the band. Despite this, Earth became a commercial success, with "Count on Me" becoming a Top 10 single, peaking at No. 8, and the album itself hitting No. 5 on the Billboard charts. Following the album's release, Jefferson Starship embarked on a tour in the US and Europe. However, the tour was not without incident. In West Germany, a riot broke out after the band decided not to perform without Grace Slick, who was inebriated. The band lost their guitars and equipment during the riot and played one more tense show on West German TV in Hamburg, after which Slick left the band for one album. The band was led by Marty Balin for one more show at a Genesis concert at the Knebworth Festival in England, using rented equipment. When they returned to the US, drummer John Barbata left the band after a serious car accident. This marked the end of the 1970s lineup and the beginning of a new era for the band. Several new members joined the band, along with a new record producer. Despite its commercial success, Earth received mixed reviews from critics. In a retrospective review, AllMusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine stated that the album lacked the hard rockers or sappy ballads that made Red Octopus, the band's previous album, a masterpiece. He argued that Earth was the low point of Jefferson Starship's output in the 1970s, stating that the album "just sits there, lacking either hard rockers or sappy ballads. Arguably, it's the group's low point of the '70s." Overall, Earth was a successful album for Jefferson Starship, but it marked a turning point for the band. With the departure of Grace Slick and John Barbata, the band's lineup and sound would change, leading to a new era for Jefferson Starship. | Colouring The Past | Colouring The Past · Original audio
53K views · 1.8K reactions | On this date in 1978, JEFFERSON STARSHIP released their fourth studio album, EARTH (Feb 26, 1978). The album was recorded the previous year with the same band lineup as their previous album, Spitfire. The band did not tour in 1977, as Marty Balin was reluctant to commit to the band. Despite this, Earth became a commercial success, with "Count on Me" becoming a Top 10 single, peaking at No. 8, and the album itself hitting No. 5 on the Billboard charts. Following the album's release, Jefferson Starship embarked on a tour in the US and Europe. However, the tour was not without incident. In West Germany, a riot broke out after the band decided not to perform without Grace Slick, who was inebriated. The band lost their guitars and equipment during the riot and played one more tense show on West German TV in Hamburg, after which Slick left the band for one album. The band was led by Marty Balin for one more show at a Genesis concert at the Knebworth Festival in England, using rented equipment. When they returned to the US, drummer John Barbata left the band after a serious car accident. This marked the end of the 1970s lineup and the beginning of a new era for the band. Several new members joined the band, along with a new record producer. Despite its commercial success, Earth received mixed reviews from critics. In a retrospective review, AllMusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine stated that the album lacked the hard rockers or sappy ballads that made Red Octopus, the band's previous album, a masterpiece. He argued that Earth was the low point of Jefferson Starship's output in the 1970s, stating that the album "just sits there, lacking either hard rockers or sappy ballads. Arguably, it's the group's low point of the '70s." Overall, Earth was a successful album for Jefferson Starship, but it marked a turning point for the band. With the departure of Grace Slick and John Barbata, the band's lineup and sound would change, leading to a new era for Jefferson Starship. | Colouring The Past | Colouring The Past · Original audio
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The Byrds “Mr. Tambourine Man” Oct 2018
A Tribute to Stevie Wonder   Song: I Was Made to Love Her Lively Up Yourself, Here's Johnny, Stevie Wonder, Round Sunglass Men, Love Her, Tribute, Mens Sunglasses, Circle, Songs
Stevie Wonder - I Was Made to Love Her
A Tribute to Stevie Wonder Song: I Was Made to Love Her
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Stevie Wonder - For Once In My Life - Live 1969
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Stevie Wonder - Superstition — (Official Video)
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Renegade by Styx
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Brother Louie by Stories
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James Gang - Walk Away (1971)
ARGENT - HOLD YOUR HEAD UP ( 1972 ) | By Classic Rock Music | Facebook
ARGENT - HOLD YOUR HEAD UP ( 1972 ) | By Classic Rock Music | Facebook
50K views · 1.4K reactions | On this date in 1975, AMIE by PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #96 (Feb 22, 1975) NOTE: This is a later line-up of the band with VINCE GILL on lead vocals :) Despite significant personnel changes, Pure Prairie League -  named from the 1939 Errol Flynn movie called Dodge City, where a group of women form the "Pure Prairie League" to clean up the town - maintained itself as a successful country-rock band during the 1970s and early '80s, releasing ten albums and enjoying hits including "Amie" and "Let Me Love You Tonight" with different configurations of the group.  AMIE was written and sung by Craig Fuller, who along with George Powell handled vocals and string instruments in the group. Fuller has had plenty of chances to make up a story about the real Amie, but he insists that he made the whole thing up as a songwriting exercise, just "stringing words and music together." Amie is a character he created. This song was never much of a hit, but it has shown remarkable endurance. It first appeared on the band's second album, Bustin' Out, in 1972.  The group is from Southern Ohio, but they recorded the album in Toronto at RCA Studios. "Amie" was sent to radio stations as a promotional single, which helped the album sell reasonably well in the US and Canada. But in 1973, Craig Fuller got drafted and had to leave the band - he worked in a hospital as a conscientious objector.  RCA Records dropped the band, but "Amie" didn't go away: it kept popping up on radio stations, especially at colleges. RCA re-signed the band in 1975, with Larry Goshorn in place of Fuller. While the group was working on their third album, RCA issued "Amie" as a commercial single; it rose to #27 in the US. That modest chart position is a poor indicator of the song's popularity. With a country-rock sound popularized by Poco and the Eagles, it stuck to playlists across a variety of formats and entered the collective conscious, even though the vast majority of listeners couldn't identify the group or spell the title correctly. The Bustin' Out was certified Gold (500,000 copies in America) in 1976. When Fuller was allowed to make music again, he teamed with Eric Kaz to form American Flyer in 1976. When Little Feat re-grouped in 1987 following the death of frontman Lowell George, Fuller took his spot. He was with the band until 1993. Pure Prairie League was inactive for most of this time, but got back together in 1998 with Fuller and began performing again. The single version of this song was cut down to 2:37. The album version, which runs 4:19, is the one most often heard. The "Fallin' in and out of love with you" bit at the end references a song called "Falling In And Out Of Love," which precedes "Amie" on the Bustin' Out album. In terms of chart position, this was not Pure Prairie League's biggest hit. That would be "Let Me Love You Tonight," which went to #10 US in 1980 and also hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. That one featured lead singer Vince Gill, who joined the band in 1978 and left in 1982. | Colouring The Past | Colouring The Past · Original audio
50K views · 1.4K reactions | On this date in 1975, AMIE by PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #96 (Feb 22, 1975) NOTE: This is a later line-up of the band with VINCE GILL on lead vocals :) Despite significant personnel changes, Pure Prairie League - named from the 1939 Errol Flynn movie called Dodge City, where a group of women form the "Pure Prairie League" to clean up the town - maintained itself as a successful country-rock band during the 1970s and early '80s, releasing ten albums and enjoying hits including "Amie" and "Let Me Love You Tonight" with different configurations of the group. AMIE was written and sung by Craig Fuller, who along with George Powell handled vocals and string instruments in the group. Fuller has had plenty of chances to make up a story about the real Amie, but he insists that he made the whole thing up as a songwriting exercise, just "stringing words and music together." Amie is a character he created. This song was never much of a hit, but it has shown remarkable endurance. It first appeared on the band's second album, Bustin' Out, in 1972. The group is from Southern Ohio, but they recorded the album in Toronto at RCA Studios. "Amie" was sent to radio stations as a promotional single, which helped the album sell reasonably well in the US and Canada. But in 1973, Craig Fuller got drafted and had to leave the band - he worked in a hospital as a conscientious objector. RCA Records dropped the band, but "Amie" didn't go away: it kept popping up on radio stations, especially at colleges. RCA re-signed the band in 1975, with Larry Goshorn in place of Fuller. While the group was working on their third album, RCA issued "Amie" as a commercial single; it rose to #27 in the US. That modest chart position is a poor indicator of the song's popularity. With a country-rock sound popularized by Poco and the Eagles, it stuck to playlists across a variety of formats and entered the collective conscious, even though the vast majority of listeners couldn't identify the group or spell the title correctly. The Bustin' Out was certified Gold (500,000 copies in America) in 1976. When Fuller was allowed to make music again, he teamed with Eric Kaz to form American Flyer in 1976. When Little Feat re-grouped in 1987 following the death of frontman Lowell George, Fuller took his spot. He was with the band until 1993. Pure Prairie League was inactive for most of this time, but got back together in 1998 with Fuller and began performing again. The single version of this song was cut down to 2:37. The album version, which runs 4:19, is the one most often heard. The "Fallin' in and out of love with you" bit at the end references a song called "Falling In And Out Of Love," which precedes "Amie" on the Bustin' Out album. In terms of chart position, this was not Pure Prairie League's biggest hit. That would be "Let Me Love You Tonight," which went to #10 US in 1980 and also hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. That one featured lead singer Vince Gill, who joined the band in 1978 and left in 1982. | Colouring The Past | Colouring The Past · Original audio
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Austin City Limits 2107: Allman Brothers Band - "Midnight Rider" 2000 Music, Voice Singer, Midnight Rider, Austin City Limits, Allman Brothers Band, Southern Rock, Honky Tonk, Duane, Guitar Songs
Austin City Limits 2107: Allman Brothers Band - "Midnight Rider"
Austin City Limits 2107: Allman Brothers Band - "Midnight Rider"
Stephen Stills simply amazing on Suite: Judy Blue Eyes - Bridge Benefit, 1989 - YouTube Scott Pilgrim, Graham Nash, Stephen Stills, Voice Of America, The Ed Sullivan Show, Rock Videos, Music Choice, British Invasion
Stephen Stills simply amazing on Suite: Judy Blue Eyes - Bridge Benefit, 1989
Stephen Stills simply amazing on Suite: Judy Blue Eyes - Bridge Benefit, 1989 - YouTube
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Listen To The Music by The Doobie Brothers
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Reelin' In The Years - Steely Dan | The Midnight Special
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Deacon blues - Steely Dan TKV
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BOBBY CALDWELL - What You Won't Do For Love (1979) HD
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Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long Long Time) by Elton John
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Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress by The Hollies
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Carolina In My Mind by James Taylor
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Joe Walsh 1978 Life's Been Good
Lynyrd Skynyrd (live) ~ Simple Man ~ Vicious Cycle Tour 2005 with lyrics (HD) - YouTube Lynyrd Skynyrd Songs, Lynyrd Skynyrd Simple Man, Simple Man Lyrics, Mike Love, Live Hd, Cycling Touring, 80s Rock, Led Zeppelin, Ballad
Lynyrd Skynyrd (live) ~ Simple Man ~ Vicious Cycle Tour 2005 with lyrics (HD)
Lynyrd Skynyrd (live) ~ Simple Man ~ Vicious Cycle Tour 2005 with lyrics (HD) - YouTube
Steely Dan - Hey nineteen Concert Posters, R&b, Mtv, Donald, Baritone Sax
Steely Dan - Hey nineteen
Steely Dan - Hey nineteen
Steve Winwood's "Back In the High Life Again" Disco Music, 90s Music, The English Beat, Guy Clark, Steve Winwood, 3 Strikes, Old School Music
Steve Winwood - Back in the High Life Again
Steve Winwood's "Back In the High Life Again"
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MOUNTAIN - Mississippi Queen (Live on "The Show" 02-24-1970) - * RARE * remastered audio