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The Animals had their origins in a Newcastle-based group called the Kansas City Five, whose membership included pianist Alan Price, drummer John Steel, and vocalist Eric Burdon. Price exited to join the Kontours in 1962, while Burdon went off to London. The Kontours, whose membership included Bryan "Chas" Chandler, eventually were transmuted int...

The Animals had their origins in a Newcastle-based group called the Kansas City Five, whose membership included pianist Alan Price, drummer John Steel, and v.

tommy - elton john as the pinball wizard

Elton John - Pinball Wizard (Tommy with Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon and John Entwistle.I think this is my only Elton J pin

The Cars - "Bye Bye Love" is a song by the American Boston-based rock band The Cars. The song appears on the band's 1978 eponymous debut album.

The Cars - "Bye Bye Love" is a song by the American Boston-based rock band The Cars. The song appears on the band's 1978 eponymous debut album.

The Kansas classic Carry On Wayward Son, 1976. Note only the lead vocal is live on this one.

Kansas - "Carry On Wayward Son" 1976 Video Fellow Supernatural fans will love this too!

In New York in the 70s, the club CBGB was synonymous with punk – and David Godlis was there to capture it all on his Leica. Check out his iconic shots of everyone from Debbie Harry and Patti Smith to Ramones

Picture this: rock stars at New York’s punk mecca CBGB – in pictures

zombiesenelghetto: “ Blondie: Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and roadie Mike Sticca performing at Punk Magazine’s Benefit Concert, photo Godlis, CBGBs, NYC 1977 ”

Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult  One of my favorite songs of all time! They do not make music like they used to.... :(

remember black-n-blue concerts? concert girls were good-n-seedy . "Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult"

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Climax Blues Band, originally known as the Climax Chicago Blues Band, was formed in Stafford, England in The original members were guitarists Peter Hay.

I hear you're counting sheep again Mary Jane What's the point of trying to dream anymore I hear you're losing weight again Mary Jane Do you ever wonder who you're losing it for

Mary Jane from the Jagged Little Pill Live DVD. One of the best vocal performances I've ever heard.

barry white never gonna give you up live - YouTube

barry white never gonna give you up live - YouTube

"Glad All Over" by the Dave Clark Five was the very 1st song I chose to play on the air.  Ah, the freedom of college radio.  I was just that, glad to be on the radio.  I also think of my mom when I hear their song "Catch Us If You Can" as she thought they were saying "Ketchup In a Can."  Much like their Mersey sound brethren The Beatles, after this hit in 1964 they made a film.  Only you probably don't know theirs.  Bet you know the director though, John Boorman.

Dave Clark 5 - Glad All Over. One of the better groups to come out of the 'British Invasion' and deserved more noteriety. Excellent vocal by Mike Smith, who passed away some years after being paralyzed from an accident.

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