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Similar 60's-70's Classic Hard Rock

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by BELLATOR, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. BELLATOR

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    I'm looking for some 60's-70's Classic Hard Rock recommendations that are similar to this song:



    I'm trying to think of bands with vocalists who are between singing and screaming. In other words, they really unleash the vocals and are somewhat epic sounding. The Who, CCR, and Led Zeppelin come to mind but what are some other bands? I also love the bass tone and the drums in the aforementioned song. Any recommendations?
  2. Richland123

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    The Doors
    Foghat
    Bad Company
    Alice Cooper
  3. StrangerDanger

    StrangerDanger Supporting Member

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    MC5 and Black Sabbath?
  4. bearhart74

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    Thin Lizzy
    BTO
    Deep Purple
    The Who
    The Kinks
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    Unrepresented Something Borderline Offensive Supporting Member

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    Deep Purple and Rainbow both get a nod in terms of having similar arrangement with sing/screaming frontmen.
  6. Richland123

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    Blue Cheer
    Mountain
    Judas Priest
    Foreigner
    Ted Nugent (with Derek St. Holmes)
    AC/DC
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    Humble pie baby. The "smokin" album
  8. mcm

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    You want screaming and hollering? Also check out humble pies live at the Fillmore.
  9. BenBL

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    Desktop Rulers
    http://us.myspace.com/desktoprulers

    These guys are much more up beat than that song but the singer is definitely right up your alley. I would suggest the song "What My Baby's Got"
  10. jerry

    jerry Definitely not trending Gold Supporting Member

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    Trapeze!
  11. Richland123

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    Black Oak Arkansas
  12. BELLATOR

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    I'm impressed with all these responses. I've checked out a lot of your recommendations already and I've been listening to a lot of great tunes. Thank you very much guys.
  13. Tituscrow

    Tituscrow Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick Supporting Member

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    Big thumbs up to Mountain. 'Nantucket Sleighride' is a bona fide classic. Felix Pappalardi has some killer bass work on that record.
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