the passing of Keith Emerson brought this to mind as I saw a mention in his thread. I was in my prime early 1970's when arena rock came into its own in a spectacular way. I looked at the inductees in the Hall of Fame and some seam near comical in my mind. Won't elaborate to avoid stepping on toes. Is it an intentional slap that the rock Gods of the 70's haven't been considered? Uriah Heep, Deep Purple, Grand Funk Railroad, ELP only to name a few. Could it be because those names don't carry the impact with a current younger musically oriented generation or just a glaring oversight? These guys were all hugely impactful in their day.