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#85700 by rock'n'roll
Sun Oct 04, 2009 12:54 pm
BUBBLEPUPPY------HOT ,SMOKE AND SASAFRAS!!!!!!!

KILLER TUNE!!!!!!!

#85758 by jimmydanger
Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:20 am
In the midst of sasafras
Many things shall come to pass
And the smoke will rise again
To the place above where it began...

#85764 by ZXYZ
Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:52 am
hellofa good tune R&R! I'd completely forgotten about that song. Thanks for posting it! :D

#88719 by HowlinJ
Wed Nov 04, 2009 1:11 am
any of you older fartz remember these guys?

This..... is STEAMHAMMER!
(solid live blues from 69)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24NTYSYT4sI

I still have an old Steamhammer album lying around someplace.
HJ

#88720 by HowlinJ
Wed Nov 04, 2009 1:23 am
Same year, different band. (their sax man is friggin awesome so if you got through Steamhammer, you should REALLY dig these guys.)

CLIMAX BLUES BAND

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hx5Ia9-Ff-o

very cool....
HJ

#88724 by philbymon
Wed Nov 04, 2009 2:57 am
Oh, man, HJ! I LOVED that band!

"Last Chance Saloon" was a way cool track from them.

Never heard 'em jam quite like this though!

#88849 by HowlinJ
Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:49 am
Yep, they was cookin'!

I do believe that that performance was not from 69 as I previously stated. The tune was recorded in 69, but the video was from a Don Kirshner TV concert, probably early 80's.

Still a nice bit of obscure rock history.

HJ

#91443 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:26 pm
Scottmac wrote: Styx
gotta :lol: :lol: love it good one

#91444 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:34 pm
HowlinJ wrote:To tell ya the truth, Capt., it;s amazing any of us impressionable lower middle class white kids in the 60's even got to hear the somewhat pornographic rockers The Fugs.

Saunders, Ginsburg and company also had a very cool album released a bit later called Tenderness Junction. It was remarkable because it was on Frank Sinatra's label "Reprise". I often wondered if 'OL Blue Eyes ever actually listened to any Fugs music. That album featured one of my favorite Fugs tunes, Wet Dream. Unfortunately, I was unable to locate a You- Tube of it.

Howlin'
wow you brought up memories remember the song coca cola bottle [d] pretty x rated for the time :!:

#91446 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:38 pm
RGMixProject wrote:The first drum beat I ever learned from another band was this. It was because of this band I became a Rock Drummer.

Crow

Song: Cottage Cheese

Here thay are 30 years later.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kv0r6yiUGM
yes yes saw them live great :D crow

#91447 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:42 pm
sanshouheil wrote:I think anybody thats been around a while must have heard of Savoy Brown.
hek yea harold the frog :!:

#91448 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:47 pm
Cary Smith wrote:How about:
Aldo Nova - "Fantasy" & "Monkey on Your Back"
Ambrosia - They had some soft rock stuff.
Poco - Came out of Buffalo Sprinfield then afterward The Eagles.
The Sweet - Way ahead of thier time.
Autograph - "Turn Up the Radio"
Honeymoon Suite - "New Girl Now"
Average White Band - "Pick Up the Pieces"
Brownsville Station - album: "Let Your Yeah be Yeah!"
Red Rider - "Lunitic Fringe"
Pablo Cruz - "Love Will Find A Way"
Carl Douglas - "Kung-Fu Fighting"
Rupert Holmes - "Escape" (The Pina Colada Song)
Firefall - "You Are the Woman"
Cactus - Raunchy '70's Rock.
Nick Gilder - "Hot Child in the City"
Gorky Park - Russian band doing a bad version of "My Generation"
Donnie Iris - "Love Is Like a Rock"
The Headpins - I have no idea what they did except '80's rock.
Jo Moma - album: "J is for Jump" Carole King was backup vocals.
A Box of Frogs - featuring Jimmy Page.

OK, I'll stop
wasent that tim bogart on bass:?: cactus
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#91449 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:53 pm
Cary Smith wrote:Bob Welch - "Ebony Eyes" & "Sentimental Lady" would have been a good one for that list.
one of my favorites so melodic :)
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#91450 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:05 pm
Cary Smith wrote:How about:
Aldo Nova - "Fantasy" & "Monkey on Your Back"
Ambrosia - They had some soft rock stuff.
Poco - Came out of Buffalo Sprinfield then afterward The Eagles.
The Sweet - Way ahead of thier time.
Autograph - "Turn Up the Radio"
Honeymoon Suite - "New Girl Now"
Average White Band - "Pick Up the Pieces"
Brownsville Station - album: "Let Your Yeah be Yeah!"
Red Rider - "Lunitic Fringe"
Pablo Cruz - "Love Will Find A Way"
Carl Douglas - "Kung-Fu Fighting"
Rupert Holmes - "Escape" (The Pina Colada Song)
Firefall - "You Are the Woman"
Cactus - Raunchy '70's Rock.
Nick Gilder - "Hot Child in the City"
Gorky Park - Russian band doing a bad version of "My Generation"
Donnie Iris - "Love Is Like a Rock"
The Headpins - I have no idea what they did except '80's rock.
Jo Moma - album: "J is for Jump" Carole King was backup vocals.
A Box of Frogs - featuring Jimmy Page.

OK, I'll stop
not so obscure for us older guys heard all of them all pretty darn good dont forget mott the hoople for the list

#91457 by carmel
Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:16 pm
AeolianReflex wrote:Focus
They had an instrumental song (aside from some yodeling) called Hocus Pocus that got a lot of airplay in the 70's early 80's.
the yodeling was a gas :lol:

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