Top Ten Songs of the Seventies

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    By: Geoff
    • 10. Falling by LeBlanc & Carr
      Goofy, pretty, undeniable.
    • 9. Biggest Part Of Me by Ambrosia
      I will sing at the top of my lungs to this song if I hear it on the radio, word for word, for the rest of my life.
    • 8. Just Remember I Love You by Firefall
      How can you pick just one from Firefall? If I must, this will be the one.
    • 7. More Than A Feeling by Boston
      Come on, that opening guitar? Amazing!
    • 6. Jackie Blue by Ozark Mountain Daredevils
      Another incredibly hooky and atmospheric song.
    • 5. Magic by Pilot
      This really rocks! Listen to it again loud...amazing hooks!
    • 4. Sara by Fleetwood Mac
      Stevie and Lindsey make a mountain out of a molehill. So lush.
    • 3. Lost In Love by Air Supply
      I will never tire of this song. I have no idea why, but I never will.
    • 2. Blinded By The Light by Manfred Mann's Earth Band
      best cover song ever!
    • 1. (Don't Fear) The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
      Still as strange and affecting as it was 25 years ago.

    Ten is never enough from the best pop music decade ever. Dam* I miss those days.
    By: Dustin
    • 10. Your Song by Elton John
      Nice suit, Elton!
    • 9. Black Dog by Led Zeppelin
      Drums Drums Drums!
    • 8. Hair Of The Dog by Nazareth
      Nice song to listen to after you listen to #3 and she is just like..."that song sucks" this one for them!
    • 7. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
      Great ballad.
    • 6. Time by Pink Floyd
      Most all their stuff is great, but I had to pick one.
    • 5. Hotel California by The Eagles
    • 4. Slow Ride by Foghat
      No need to comment on this one.
    • 3. Thank You by Led Zeppelin
      Play this one for the one you love.
    • 2. Stranglehold by Ted Nugent
      I think it is his best song...even over Cat Scratch Fever.
    • 1. Do You Feel Like We Do by Peter Frampton
      You make a guitar are #1!

    By: Brian
    • 10. Your Move by Yes
    • 9. Strange Magic by ELO
    • 8. Rocket Man by Elton John
    • 7. Layla by Derek & The Dominos
    • 6. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
    • 5. Just The Way You Are by Billy Joel
    • 4. Jessica by Allman Brothers Band
    • 3. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
    • 2. Hotel California by Eagles
    • 1. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin
      ...of course...

    By: KellBell
    • 10. Dream On by Aerosmith
      Steven Tyler has the sexiest voice.....
    • 9. Hotel California by The Eagles
      This is the best song to sing on road trips....over and over and over and'll never get old!
    • 8. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
      Hell yeah!!! Very touching but fun!!!
    • 7. New Orleans Lady by Louisiana LaRue
      Hello! This is my theme song...I am just a New Orleans lady and it holds great memories!
    • 6. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin
      Of corse what kind of person would I be if I didn't put this song on here?
    • 5. Ramble On by Led Zeppelin
      I put Zeppelin as high as I could and this is definitely the song that should be the highest!
    • 4. Pink Floyd by Hey You
      Don't know what it means yet but it's definitely a good one!
    • 3. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
      Ingenius lyrics and beautifuly sung....
    • 2. The Wall by Pink Floyd
      This song is the bomb!
    • 1. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
      This is by far the best song ever written and I think Pink Floyd is the best...they will live on forever!

    Ok look, this is MY top 10 list for your entertainment only!
    By: Nightcrawler
    • 10. Rip It Out by KISS
      This is the answer to #2 on this list. For those girl friends who think it's fun to rip your heart out and eat it while you watch bleeding to death.
    • 9. Hold Me Touch Me by KISS
      If it doesn't make you barf from the sugary sweetness, it'll make you ball your eyes out.
    • 8. Dr. Love by KISS
      Gene Simmons is the bomb.
    • 7. 2000 Man by KISS
      Makes the Stones original sound like dry dog turds.
    • 6. Black Diamond by KISS
      Their most powerful and intense ballad ever.
    • 5. Ozone by KISS
      If you like to get high listen to this Ace classic!
    • 4. Shock Me by KISS
      Ace Frehley! Ace Frehley! Ace Frehley!
    • 3. Rocket Ride by KISS
      Ace Frehley is the bomb... or is that the rocket...
    • 2. Let Me Go Rock And Roll by KISS
      See a pattern?
    • 1. Rock And Roll All Nite by KISS
      Need I say more?

    Can you tell I'm a KISS addict? Naaaa...
    By: Womper Stomper
    • 10. When The Levee Breaks by Led Zeppelin
      "Zeppelin rulz!"
    • 9. Hurdy Gurdy by Donovan
      Am I in the right decade...?
    • 8. Give Peace A Chance by John Lennon
      Still relevant...
    • 7. Lola by The Kinks
      Not sure if this was the 70s. I'm too young to know...
    • 6. Wild World by Cat Stevens
      An amazingly deep pop artist...
    • 5. Cat's In The Cradle by Harry Chapin
      Always brings chills to my spine...
    • 4. Tusk by Fleetwood Mac
      Another amazing video... simple but memorable...
    • 3. Love Is All by Roger Glover/Ronnie James Dio
      Loved this clip...
    • 2. Bright Eyes by Art Garfunkel
      Reminds me of my dad for some odd reason. He died before it was ever released.
    • 1. Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival
      Still relevant today...

    I was born in '74, so my real decade of music was the eighties. however, all these songs - and more - affected me equally.
    By: Peter
    • 10. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide by David Bowie
    • 9. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
    • 8. Keep Talking by Pink Floyd
    • 7. The Banginī Man by Slade
    • 6. Metal Guru by Marc Bolan (T.Rex)
    • 5. Black Betty by Ram Jam
    • 4. Silver Machine by Hawkind
    • 3. Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin
    • 2. Mother by Pink Floyd
    • 1. Kashmir by Led Zeppelin

    By: Ian MacGallet
    • 10. You Should Be Dancing by Bee Gees
      Can you not dance with this?
    • 9. Jealous Guy by Roxy Music
      THE ballad.
    • 8. Pinball Wizard by The Who
      Simple and magical.
    • 7. Rock And Roll by Led Zeppelin
      Itīs been a long time, but the song remains the same...
    • 6. Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin
      The very first hard rock music.
    • 5. We Will Rock You by Queen
      Pum Pum Pah, Pum Pum Pah, needless to say anything more...
    • 4. Brain Damage by Pink Floyd
      Incredible end to their finest album.
    • 3. Lazy by Deep Purple
      Greatest blues from the 70's.
    • 2. White Queen (As It Began) by Queen
      Better than Bo Rhap, but not famous at all.
    • 1. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
      Simply wonderful!

    By: Vishal
    • 10. What A Fool Believes by Doobie Brothers
    • 9. Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? by Rod Stewart
    • 8. Renegade by Styx
    • 7. Dreams by Fleetwood Mac
    • 6. Rock And Roll by Led Zeppelin
    • 5. Horse With No Name by America
    • 4. Baba O' Riley by The Who
    • 3. Money by Pink Floyd
    • 2. Bang A Gong (Get It On) by T-Rex
      Marc Bolan rocks and he's the greatest poet. People try to remember T-Rex...their albums are excellent.
    • 1. Stayin' Alive by Bee Gees
      The seventies would have been a total blow if not for the BEE GEES.

    By: Vance
    • 10. Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
    • 9. Money by Pink Floyd
    • 8. Let's Stay Together by Al Green
    • 7. Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright) by Rod Stewart
    • 6. Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin
    • 5. We Are The Champions by Queen
    • 4. How Deep Is Your Love by Bee Gees
    • 3. Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    • 2. Hotel California by Eagles
    • 1. Time by Pink Floyd

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