Top Ten Songs of the Seventies

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    By: erik/biggE
    • 10. Hotel California by Eagles
    • 9. Dazed And Confused by Led Zeppelin
      Greatest song by much better than 'Stairway'... 'Stairway' is a good song, but listened to too much.
    • 8. Stayin' Alive by Bee Gees
      So crazy disco song...I loved it.
    • 7. I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home by Grand Funk Railroad
      Crazy live....awesome acoustic.
    • 6. Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry
      ....speechless....I started to dance when I first heard this.
    • 5. Under Pressure by Queen/David Bowie
      Awesome bass line....and so much emotion.
    • 4. Money by Pink Floyd
      ....AWESOME BASS.....first thing I learned on my love it.
    • 3. The Wizard by Uriah Heep
      LOVE IT.....sooo much hard core rock out of an acoustic....better than 'Stairway To Heaven'.
    • 2. The Magician's Birthday by Uriah Heep
      Kicks butt...soooo good....nothing beats this...except 'Comfortably Numb'.
    • 1. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
      Awesome SOLO...truly Gilmour's best solo.

    By: ANGEL!!!!!!!!!
    • 10. Europa by Santana
      SO much emotion in this awesome solo.
    • 9. The Magician's Birthday by Uriah Heep
    • 8. Burn by Deep Purple
    • 7. Time by Pink Floyd
      Crazy solo....not fast, but crazy.
    • 6. Money by Pink Floyd
      Awesome bass lines....rhythmic.
    • 5. People, Let's Stop The War by Grand Funk Railroad
    • 4. Footstompin' Music by Grand Funk Railroad
      Grooovy song.
    • 3. Aqualung by Jethro Tull
      AWESOME solo.
    • 2. Hotel California by Eagles
    • 1. Batuka by Santana
      Craziest solo ever it..............

    Download any thing from the album E Pluribus Funk by Grand Funk Railroad...soo listen to Uriah Heep...and Bee Gees- I Started A Joke and Stayin' Alive
    By: Yuckwitte
    • 10. Going To California by Led Zeppelin
    • 9. Battle For Evermore by Led Zeppelin
      Great, folk song-ish.
    • 8. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
      Do you not know yourself??
    • 7. Gallows Pole by Led Zeppelin
      Acoustic blues.
    • 6. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin
      Great Zeppelin Number.....
    • 5. Time by Pink Floyd
    • 4. Kashmir by Led Zeppelin
      Very unique.
    • 3. The Rain Song by Led Zeppelin
      Very Zepplinesque and an great blues acoustic guitar sound.
    • 2. Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
      Robert Plant's finest.
    • 1. When The Levee Breaks by Led Zeppelin
      Awesome blues by Led Zeppelin.

    By: Gerard Squires
    • 10. Living Like A Bulldog by The Bulldogs
      "Living Like A Bulldog" was their first no. 1.
    • 9. Fooled Around And Fell In Love by Elvin Bishop
      Elvin Bishop's great song.
    • 8. Do Ya by ELO
    • 7. More Than A Feeling by Boston
      "More Than A Feeling" was on their first album of '76.
    • 6. The Boys Are Back In Town by Thin Lizzy
      "The Boys Are Back In Town" was the best song from Thin Lizzy.
    • 5. Jackie Blue by Ozark Mountain Daredevils
      Ozark Mountain Daredevils' only no. 1.
    • 4. Spanish Train by Chris De Burgh
      Chris's best song and album.
    • 3. That Smell by Lynyrd Skynyrd
      Lynyrd Skynyrd's second best song.
    • 2. Lookin' Out My Back Door by Creedence Clearwater Revival
      Creedence's third best song.
    • 1. Great Life Of A Rock Star by Arizona
      "Great Life Of A Rock Star" is Arizona's third best song (1965-1995).

    By: Tom
    • 10. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly
      Good long insturmental song.
    • 9. Cocaine by Eric Clapton
      It's CLAPTON
    • 8. Casey Jones by Greatfull Dead
      Gotta love 'em.
    • 7. No Quarter by Led Zeppelin
      One of a few psychedelic songs they had.
    • 6. Purple Haze by Jimmy Hendrix
      Who else plays a guitar with thier teeth?
    • 5. Joker by Steve Miller Band
      Creates a good mood.
    • 4. For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound) by Buffalo Springfield
      Just sweet.
    • 3. Hotel California by The Eagles
      Just a thought I never could figure out the song but I think it might be talkin' about a mental/rehab institution.
    • 2. Black Dog by Led Zeppelin
      What can I say, it's Zeppelin.
    • 1. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
      Listen, feel, breath.

    By: Barry Trice
    • 10. Let It Be by The Beatles
      You could hear the end comming.
    • 9. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down by The Band
      American History 101
    • 8. 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sand) by Bruce Springsteen
      You can hear the waves crashing.
    • 7. Paradise By The Dashboard Light by Meat Loaf
      Didn't we all want to steal home?!
    • 6. Show Me The Way by Peter Frampton
      The greatest live recording of all time (too bad about Sgt Pepper's).
    • 5. Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen
      "Show a little faith, there's magic in the night. You ain't a beauty, but hey you're alright"
    • 4. Forever Young by Bob Dylan
      1974 "Planet Wave" album backed up by The Band.
    • 3. Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
      Turned me on to the greatest band of all time. "The hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new lands..."
    • 2. Southern Man by Neil Young
      Great way to start the decade from Canada's greatest songwriter.
    • 1. Acadian Driftwood by The Band
      Canadian History 101. No one write lyrics like this anymore.

    By: biggestpete1
    • 10. Sure Know Something by KISS
      My young boy is singing this now - he doesn't know that these are the bands I wanted to see in concert the most!!
    • 9. Rock 'N' Roll Band by Boston
      Boston - Boston was my music to wake up to every Sunday morning - if you haven't tried it, you should - your girl will love you for it.
    • 8. Winner Takes It All by ABBA
      'Cos as a baby these hit the nail on the head (plus there was not a finer behind in the world - including gorgeous Stevie Nicks).
    • 7. Piano Man by Billy Joel
      I wanted to place my funeral song here 'cos "Innocent Man" completes me.
    • 6. Romeo & Juliet by Dire Straits
      "Hey laa my boyfriend's back" mmhhumm you could've told me ya byattchh!!
    • 5. Every Day Hurts by Sad Cafe
    • 4. Never Let Her Slip Away by Andrew Gold
      Because song 3 is my favourite you might find a heart rending theme to this and the next 2.
    • 3. Follow You Follow Me by Genesis
      I think I have to say of all songs I may lay claim to be my favourite this may be my one.
    • 2. Catch The Rainbow - Live ''77 by Rainbow
      I wanted to put this first!! - please you must (I Insist) the hairs standing up on your forearms after listening to the whole of Rainbow "On Stage" shivers up where shivers do not go, does not come close to what wor lad does on this LP, please listen to Ritchie going places no legend has ever gone - when he hits the note on this tune.... I'm sorry that's all she wrote!!
    • 1. Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac
      Forget the bass line in the "Chain", turn the bass up for this.

    I was born in 1964 'n' I know that the music was best in the '70's "When I wake up - in the morning light, I put on my (tunes) and I feel alright! I put my old (tunes) on. I put my old blue (tunes) on. Ch Ch
    By: David Mcdonald
    • 10. Layla by Derek & The Dominos
    • 9. More Than A Feeling by Boston
    • 8. Suffragette City by David Bowie
    • 7. Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie
    • 6. Paranoid by Black Sabbath
    • 5. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
    • 4. Baba O'Reilly by The Who
    • 3. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
    • 2. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    • 1. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin

    By: Kate
    • 10. Oh Darling by The Beatles
    • 9. Baba O'Reilly by The Who
    • 8. Killer Queen by Queen
    • 7. Me And Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin
    • 6. All My Love by Led Zepplin
    • 5. Amie by Pure Praire League
    • 4. Let's Stay Together by Al Green
    • 3. Layla by Derek & The Dominos
    • 2. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
    • 1. Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd

    By: Chuck Bennett
    • 10. You're No Good by Linda Ronstadt
      She held her own with the big boys...this was one of her best.
    • 9. Band On The Run by Paul McCartney and Wings
      He was great as a Beatle and was great as a solo artist, especially with this masterpiece.
    • 8. Rocket Man by Elton John
      He made me a fan with this one.
    • 7. Walk This Way by Aerosmith
      Loved it then, love it now.
    • 6. Dreams by Fleetwood Mac
      Stevie Nicks and company at their very best.
    • 5. One Of These Nights by The Eagles
      Hands down, one of the best bands there ever was.
    • 4. Fame by David Bowie
      A great song from another mega-glam rocker.
    • 3. Superstition by Stevie Wonder
      Mover over Prince and Michael Jackson....Stevie did it first and better.
    • 2. Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting by Elton John
      Who did 'em better than EJ.
    • 1. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin
      This is a no brainer!

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