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Forgotten rock bands of the 70s

GUEST, Paul Slade 16 Aug 15 - 05:03 PM
GUEST,Tunesmith 16 Aug 15 - 01:25 PM
GUEST,punkfolkrocker 16 Aug 15 - 09:08 AM
GUEST,Corn Field 16 Aug 15 - 07:27 AM
GUEST,Corn Field 16 Aug 15 - 07:26 AM
GUEST, Paul Slade 15 Aug 15 - 03:13 PM
GUEST,Joseph Scott 15 Aug 15 - 02:59 PM
GUEST,Corn Field 15 Aug 15 - 07:25 AM
GUEST 14 Aug 15 - 05:42 PM
GUEST,Pete from seven stars link 14 Aug 15 - 03:26 PM
oggie 14 Aug 15 - 01:49 PM
GUEST,Tuesmith 13 Aug 15 - 03:14 PM
GUEST,Colin W 13 Aug 15 - 02:56 PM
GUEST,punkfolkrocker 12 Aug 15 - 07:44 PM
GUEST,Sumerian Kynges 12 Aug 15 - 07:18 PM
GUEST,Grahame Hood 12 Aug 15 - 03:53 PM
GUEST,Pete from seven stars link 24 Apr 15 - 12:22 PM
michaelr 24 Apr 15 - 02:36 AM
Ed T 23 Apr 15 - 04:38 PM
Ed T 23 Apr 15 - 04:24 PM
GUEST,Pete from seven stars link 23 Apr 15 - 03:48 PM
GUEST,Blandiver (Astray) 23 Apr 15 - 11:53 AM
GUEST,# 23 Apr 15 - 11:01 AM
GUEST,# 23 Apr 15 - 10:54 AM
BrendanB 23 Apr 15 - 10:50 AM
GUEST,punkfolkrocker 22 Apr 15 - 12:51 PM
Ed T 22 Apr 15 - 11:56 AM
GUEST,gillymor 22 Apr 15 - 10:13 AM
GUEST,# 22 Apr 15 - 10:03 AM
GUEST,Eno's Everything 22 Apr 15 - 07:00 AM
GUEST,Joe Offer-missing messages 21 Feb 15 - 09:38 PM
GUEST,Nick Dow 02 Nov 14 - 12:49 PM
GUEST,gillymor 02 Nov 14 - 09:15 AM
The Sandman 02 Nov 14 - 09:03 AM
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Leadfingers 03 Jul 12 - 02:59 PM
cooperman 03 Jul 12 - 08:59 AM
David C. Carter 02 Jul 12 - 01:05 PM
cooperman 02 Jul 12 - 04:42 AM
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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST, Paul Slade
Date: 16 Aug 15 - 05:03 PM

The truly forgotten 1970s bands are the ones a lot of us played in... 😜

I've still got an August 1974 clipping from the NME gig guide which lists, among others, Byzantium, Strewth, Plod and The Winkies. Whatever happened to them?


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 16 Aug 15 - 01:25 PM

Ah, Seatrain, now you're talking!
And, strong folkie connections.
Peter Rowan and Richard Greene both played with Bill Monroe.
How's that for sound credentials!

The track below sounds terrific. I know George Martin produced one of their albums.

Seatrain


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 16 Aug 15 - 09:08 AM

many of the bands listed here are actually household names in some ..errrrmmm... houses....

The truly forgotten 1970s bands are the ones a lot of us played in... 😜


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Corn Field
Date: 16 Aug 15 - 07:27 AM

The Blues Project
Sea Train
Blood, Sweat and Tears

These were interconnected bands.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Corn Field
Date: 16 Aug 15 - 07:26 AM

The Blues Project, Sea Train, Blood, Sweat and Tears were all closely connected.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST, Paul Slade
Date: 15 Aug 15 - 03:13 PM

Throughout 2014, I maintained a daily Twitter feed giving extracts from my old diaries as a music fan. These cover the period from 1975 to 1981, an era which included the heyday of UK pub rock, punk and ska. I've since collected the whole stream, supplemented by some much longer gig reviews, here: Moshpit Memories.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 15 Aug 15 - 02:59 PM

Good memories (band not mentioned yet):
"2 4 6 8 Motorway" Tom Robinson Band


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Corn Field
Date: 15 Aug 15 - 07:25 AM

The Electric Prunes
The Flock
The Buckinghams


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Aug 15 - 05:42 PM

Don't know this works, but I was there, and those sorts of schedules are impossible, T.Rex came on immediately after Faces to a barrage of boos: "You've probably seen me on Top Of The Pops". Personally, I wanted more of Faces, but Bolan worked it round, and was accepted well, after a good gig


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Pete from seven stars link
Date: 14 Aug 15 - 03:26 PM

Has anyone mentioned the groundhogs yet. I heard cherry red on planet rock last week. And still awed after all these years. Not sure, but I think I heard that t s McPhee is unable to play now. ...split...is a classic IMO.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: oggie
Date: 14 Aug 15 - 01:49 PM

Kursaal Flyers, Eddie and the Hot Rods, Sailor, Split Enz, Geordie, Fanny, Deaf School, The Adverts.

Memories of too many college gigs :)


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Tuesmith
Date: 13 Aug 15 - 03:14 PM

Five years ago, on this thread, I mentioned 70s band "Redwing".
Here they are playing Jimmie Rodger's "California Blues".

"Redwing sing Jimmie Rodgers


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Colin W
Date: 13 Aug 15 - 02:56 PM

Anyone remember T2 - great prog/power trio. Saw them at Romford Odeon (really) supporting Black Widow and Deep Purple.

Others that come to mind:

Spontaneous Combustion
Illusion (most of the original Renaissance)
McDonald and Giles (ex King Crimson)
Eclection
Jade Warrior

And another mention for the marvellous Rare Bird!


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 12 Aug 15 - 07:44 PM

Bonkers most definitely - but certainly never forgotten...

Back in the late 70s in our provincial psilocybin mushroom munching region of Scrumpyshire
we never saw any contradictions whatsoever in being in a heavily Gong influenced teenage punk rock band.....

In fact Gong & Hillage LPS were our favourite late night and early morning soundtrack music for blissed out shagging
after we'd worked up a sweat pogoing all evening in skittle alleys to the Damned & the Clash.....😜


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Sumerian Kynges
Date: 12 Aug 15 - 07:18 PM

Vinegar Joe were a great band. How about Gong ? Even in the time of bonkers they were bonkers !


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Grahame Hood
Date: 12 Aug 15 - 03:53 PM

Am in the process of writing an article for Shindig on the JSD Band, it's amazing how many gigs they did in the UK between 72 and 74. I am in touch with Sean and Jim.I saw them three times in Edinburgh and Glasgow. They were (along with a next door neighbour lending me the Incredible String Band's 5000 spirits album for getting me into progfolk.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Pete from seven stars link
Date: 24 Apr 15 - 12:22 PM

I did not know IF, though I recognised the name, but I am at present enjoying them on you tube. Reminds me a bit of soft machine.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: michaelr
Date: 24 Apr 15 - 02:36 AM

Yes Pete, The Flock's Kinks cover, "Tired of Waiting" was great. I had it on one of those "Loss Leaders" compilations, along with -- oh wait, flashback --


-- another band called IF -- "Reaching Out On All Sides", great song!


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Ed T
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 04:38 PM

Well, three years short of being a 70s band:)


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Ed T
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 04:24 PM

Early USA girl band, the Cake.

The Cake 


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Pete from seven stars link
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 03:48 PM

Yes, I remember the flock, have the cd, and the vinyl single, tired of waiting.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Blandiver (Astray)
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 11:53 AM

Not just any old violinist - but Jerry Goodman himself, who later contributed to John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra.

Still love this one after all these years:

Mahavishnu Orchestra - Meeting Of The Spirits


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,#
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 11:01 AM

PS YouTube has a number of cuts by The Flock.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,#
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 10:54 AM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flock_%28band%29

Wiki article about The Flock.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: BrendanB
Date: 23 Apr 15 - 10:50 AM

Anyone remember the Flock. They were an American band with the unique selling point of being led by a violinist. If I could summon up the energy I would get off my backside and go and find what I believe was their only album released in England. It's among all the others somewhere.
I've got a story about a Marmalade gig....


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 22 Apr 15 - 12:51 PM

..brilliant thing about the internet age
is all the genuinely obscure 70s bands that are being unearthed in quantity
on 'unofficial' OCD music enthusiasts blog sites...

Meanwhile, the previously shelved tapes for the scrapped 2nd LP by Fields
[the Rare Bird offshoot]
has just been officially released on CD..

That's a very pleasant surprise...😎


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Ed T
Date: 22 Apr 15 - 11:56 AM

Marmalade 


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,gillymor
Date: 22 Apr 15 - 10:13 AM

Thank goodness for flashbacks or I wouldn't remember any of them.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,#
Date: 22 Apr 15 - 10:03 AM

"Forgotten rock bands of the 70s"

If they're forgotten, how come so many people remember them?


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Eno's Everything
Date: 22 Apr 15 - 07:00 AM

Many well known bands have been put forward as being obscure or forgotten . It's amazing that bands such as KING CRIMSON and GENTLE GIANT should be submitted...The most impressive statistic that I'VE been able to gauge thus far is that STACKRIDGE are winning "THE BEST REMEMBERED FORGOTTEN BAND POLL" quite convincingly... What a band they were and possibly still are as I have a feeling they still rally round together for a nostalgic gig... I have a few names to offer up from the seventies...P.F.M ( or Premiata Forneria Marconi if you like ), Tom Rapp's American outfit PEARLS BEFORE SWINE - there are at least two stunning tracks on THE USE OF ASHES album , THE JAMES GANG - another U.S.outfit with Joe Walsh leading them in their early years and the late Tommy Bolin taking over a little later... JACKSON HEIGHTS and BRIAN DAVISON'S EVERY WHICH WAY...both bands led by the lads from THE NICE who weren't Keith Emerson ( the same two lads would be jilted again by a keyboard player when Patrick Moraz buggered off from REFUGEE to join YES )... It's great recalling some of these old groups who supplied me with thousands of hours of pleasure.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Joe Offer-missing messages
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 09:38 PM

Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Wally
Date: 18 Jan 15 - 02:13 PM

Good Habit were one of the best bands that never made it. Used to see them at the Albemarle in Harold Hill. Special mention for Zorch.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: michaelr
Date: 18 Jan 15 - 06:45 PM

Nice to see my old thread still going.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: beeliner
Date: 18 Jan 15 - 07:20 PM

It's an oxymoronic thread.

If they're remembered they're not forgotten.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Woodsie
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 02:28 AM

Hi Pete from Seven Stars (should that just be Footscray now) Out Of Darkness, yes they were certainly forgotten - but now I have remembered! They played at Phun City (near Worthing UK) in 1970 sharing the bill with the likes of The Pretty Things, Pink Faries, MC5, Michael Chapman and loads mote I remember them being good but never heard of then again after that.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 05:41 AM

its funny how few of these bands remembered are punk bands - considering how big punk was.

i think the the thing is that these bands aren't remembered much - still it was forty years ago!

i'm seeing Paul Downes at the Sunray this thursday. must be forty odd years ago i first saw Downes and Beer , and the Arizona Smoke Review - not long after.

my birthday today - christ! i feel old....




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: David C. Carter
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 07:06 AM

A Big happy Birthday To you Big Al.




David




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 07:18 AM

Al - of course most bands from all eras and genres are easily forgettable

.... especially at a certain stage in life when it's often a struggle to even remember the names of friends and relatives....

10 years ago I still had an encyclopedic memory for music and culture general knowledge..

Now it's diminished to not even being able to remember my favourite bands and artists when asked to list them....


oh well...




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Desi C
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 01:57 PM

Like 99% of 70's music, if it's forgotten it's best to stay forgotten!




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Ian
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 03:29 PM

Van de Graaf generator were always good
Saw caravan on - Ready for the eighties tour.
Took my wife's young brother with us to see Ian Dury and the blockheads- We were horrified when he started to join in the chorus of - fucking Aida. Luckily he never repeated it.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Nick
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 06:13 PM

Aardvark




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Pete from seven stars link
Date: 19 Jan 15 - 07:13 PM

I see out of darkness a few times. That sort of gospel rock was quite revolutionary at the time. I have a live cd of them from celebration club, gillingham.




Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 22 Jan 15 - 01:03 PM

"PS While we're at it, one of the best records of the 1970s: Modern Lovers"

There we go.

Bootsy's Rubber Band mixed rock with funk and '70s Bootsy is still well worth a listen (he was more important than e.g. George Clinton or Eddie Hazel imo). Foghat are underrated (Talking Heads got their arrangement of "Take Me To The River" from them).

Of the bands who really have anything to do with folk, I vote for Steeleye Span. Honorable mention to lead guitarist Ed King of Lynyrd Skynyrd for honestly not knowing what key "Sweet Home Alabama" was in, now that's folk.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Nick Dow
Date: 02 Nov 14 - 12:49 PM

I met Edgar Broughton the other day at the BBC. Great Bloke and a good songwriter. He's playing solo a lot now. No demons driven out now.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,gillymor
Date: 02 Nov 14 - 09:15 AM

We had some good ones in the Washington D.C. area: Grin, Roy Buchanan and the Snake Stretchers, Bill Holland and Rent's Due, Sageworth and Drums and a few others whose names I've....forgotten.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: The Sandman
Date: 02 Nov 14 - 09:03 AM

nick pickett and the john dummer band


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Junker Barlow
Date: 27 Jan 13 - 06:25 PM

Barclay James Harvest............... dear God, mogadon made audible zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Leadfingers
Date: 03 Jul 12 - 02:59 PM

Bizibod mentioned Nottingham Boat Club and Oggie listed Brewers Droop The ONLY Rock Gig I EVER attende was The Droop at N B C when I drove Steve Darrington ( Keyboards and Accordian) up from High Wycombe in
'73 .


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: cooperman
Date: 03 Jul 12 - 08:59 AM

Oh yes, deffo, High Tide - Sea Shanties, magnificent. And amazing artwork. I really had forgotten that one!


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: David C. Carter
Date: 02 Jul 12 - 01:05 PM

There was the band"High Tide".One of the first bands to use electric violin/Simon House.Their music has been re-issued on CD form.

"Sea Shanties",Their first album,was enough to blow you away!


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: cooperman
Date: 02 Jul 12 - 04:42 AM

Anyone remember a band called (I think) Peaches. I had a great song on tape called Street Fighting Man (I think). Lost the tape but it went 'in Piccadilly ..Oh it ain't no joke finding your way round in the smoke, I'm a street fighting man'


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: josepp
Date: 01 Jul 12 - 09:21 PM

Ah, just bought Atomic Rooster's first album on CD. Had it on vinyl. Brings back memories.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: PHJim
Date: 01 Jul 12 - 12:53 AM

Has anyone mentioned Joe Hall & The Continental Drift?
How about Max Mouse (Cris Cuddy) & The Gorillas?

Both Joe and Cris live in the Peterborough area and are active on the music scene.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Tangledwood
Date: 30 Jun 12 - 06:22 PM

It should just be pointed out that the thread title is "Forgotten rock bands of the 70s". There should therefore have been no further posts. What has been listed here is "Remembered rock bands of the 70s".


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Blandiver
Date: 30 Jun 12 - 04:12 PM

Classic footage of the Third Ear Band in 1970. Watch & be amazed that such a band ever walked the earth:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4MtYYotUO4


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,pete from seven stars link
Date: 30 Jun 12 - 04:08 PM

no one mentioned mountain yet? i see them a few years ago.very good.
has anyone else seen out of darkness.disbanded now.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 30 Jun 12 - 04:03 PM

There was a Brum band called City Boy. a bit like 10cc.

Pat Travers supported SAHB. Zappa was still on the road. I used to work with a guy called brian Crane, who had been in a band called paper Bubble - folk rock a bit like the Strawbs.

There also the Steve Gibbons/Ricky Cool and the Icebergs crowd around Moseley and Nic Toczek's band Ulterior Motives and Mobile Workshop.


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Bizibod
Date: 30 Jun 12 - 03:31 PM

Wild Turkey !
At the Boat Club, Nottingham....
"Yesterdays's tomorrow is tomorrow's yesterday"...


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,GUEST, AP
Date: 29 Jun 12 - 10:16 PM

"One of my all time favorite singles is "Mongoose" by the Elephant's Memory."

HA! Thank you Alan. I played guitar on that. For you and anyone else who may be interested Stanley Bronstein, who led the band along with the late Rick Frank, is not in a good way. Sweet Relief has a fund set up for him here:

https://www.sweetrelief.org/program/stanley-bronstein-fund/


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 08 Dec 11 - 04:07 AM

The Pink Fairies - and here they are doing it on John Peel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvbJopqBjmY&feature=related


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Dec 11 - 05:07 PM

can someone help this is driving me crazy need to know a 70's band who had a song i think called 'the snake' chorus 'here comes the snaaaakkeeee...watch out here it comes' doing my head in any help appreciated


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Subject: RE: Forgotten rock bands of the 70s
From: GUEST
Date: 27 Aug 11 - 10:34 PM

Bacon Fat

Early Southern California blues band with Rod Piazza and Richard Innes, among others.


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