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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Bent77, Oct 28, 2018.
Anyone interested in 1960s-1970s metal?
You know besides Sabbath and Blue Cheer
Oh god yeah!.....Michael Schenker with UFO was great stuff
I was born too late, so any stories you guys have to go along is definitely cool
some more UFO
And yes I like that bass tone
The first concert I ever went to was Black Sabbath in the early 80's.
God the energy in that building was nothing like I ever experienced.
Soon after my mom started dating a Metalhead (what a cool dude...god bless his soul) and I was hooked.
You know, I've been a Metalhead all my life and meet some of the best nicest people I've ever came across. I think sometimes they are a little misunderstood and get a bad rap for the way they look and the music they listen to....IMHO of course
Most of my friends are metal heads. Outwardly they look and act like normal people. Go figure
I know right?....you know what's weird, I go to metal shows almost every weekend, and I'm always a little humored at some of the older "Grandma and Grandpa" straight laced looking people there.
I was at a show a couple of weeks ago and this older lady brought cookies for everyone....i couldn't stop eating them
They were really good!
How about some old Montrose
To keep this conversation going
You know there is some disagreement on bands like Deep Purple, Iron Butterfly, Led Zeppelin and even Motörhead were metal, some say yes while others say no, even Lemmy said we are a "Rock and Roll" band. But I think KISS was definitely a huge influence on the metal scenc.....especially with songs like this
Budgie for the win!
Most of the music that I remember from the 70s was...disco.
Well... you've got Judas Priest, but for my money I'd go with The Stooges as hugely pushing it all towards that guitar sound.
Some of my favorite albums:
Rocka Rolla (1974)
Sad Wings of Destiny (1976)
Sin After Sin (1977)
Stained Class (1978)
Killing Machine/Hellbent For Leather (1978)
I was working towards that. My favorite Scorpions song
Really more of an 80s band, their first album was released in 1979:
Tons of great mid-late 70's hard rock/metal. But for the OP, are you looking for earlier? How about Sir Lord Baltimore?
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