70s best rock
In this site about the 70s best rock bands and artists, you will step back in time and find some of the greatest 1970s bands and individual musical artists.
Additionally, there may be a little 60s and 80s stuff. Sorry, no disco, just good 70s rock music! You’ll read some interesting rock band history here at our 70s music site. Find some little known 70s music trivia tidbits. Read some reviews. For those interested in purchasing any of the classic music from this era, there are links to get you to the right place to buy. Additionally, there are a few 70s type ‘stories’ scattered throughout the site.
So, ARE YOU READY to step back in time? In other words, to the days of peace, love, long hair, bell bottoms, incense, scented candles, and non-stop partying?? Peace, and Rock On!
What we are about
A lot of 70’s music sites focus on the ‘pop’ music of the 70’s, and on the disco craze that swept us into the 80’s. BUT NOT THIS SITE.
Rather, we are about the true rock bands that were the backbone of the 70’s. Many of the bands you read about here were, for a large part ‘FM rock’ bands. Remember those underground FM stations that had very few commercials and played whole albums, or whole sides of albums? Furthermore; these stations also played the long album versions of songs instead of the hacked up, get-ready-for-the-next-commercial versions. They featured a lot of the bands that you will read about here.
Bands that were just a little (or a lot) too radical for mainstream commercial radio. Bands like The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, Rush, Led Zeppelin, and Jethro Tull.
We also feature some of the mainstream 70s music bands, but the ones that perhaps had a harder edge. Bands like Alice Cooper. Black Oak Arkansas, and others.
This is the kind of 70s rock that a lot of us listened to. If you were a fan of FM rock in the 70s, you will obviously enjoy this site!
Most of the pages contain a selection of links to the vinyl, cd, or digital copy music for that band or artist on Amazon.com. Some of the links to vinyl may be only for used vinyl, make sure you know what you are buying. If you are an Amazon prime member of if you have an Amazon Unlimited music membership, you can listen to many of the albums for free.
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