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Old 03-24-2005, 06:32 PM   #21
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I would recommend Jethro Tull and Santana. My father was a huge Santana fan, so I have a bunch of those albums on record, I would also recommend the original woodstock albums. And most of the others people have mentioned. Tree Dog Night as well.

Personally, I love hearing Stairway to Heaven on vynal... As well as The Wall, which I picked up in near mint condition 3 years ago for $2 at a garage sale

But I would start with the suggestions you have here already, and once you find some you really like, people can give you more that are similar to them.
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And Boston.... don't forget Boston. "More Than a Feeling," "Peace of Mind," many other great hits.
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Hey, what about KISS? :P j/k

Stones, CCR, the Dead, Skynyrd, Alabama, Metallica, Van Halen(agree, def not Van Hagar), Floyd, Clapton.
Are the B-52s classic rock or punk?
That and if you can find it, anything with Amos Garrett on guitar.
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Old 03-24-2005, 08:32 PM   #24
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oops almost forgot about Foreigner, the Cars and J.Geils band
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I LOVE classic rock. I am 16 and have been listening to that since i was like 10 and actually liked to listen to music. My dad loves classic rock too, so I get a couple pointers from him on rock.

My favorites:
AC/DC- Two disc Live set is amazing, Angus Young is the man (although he'* only 4'10" tall).
Boston- I friggin' love these guys.
Forgeiner- Hot Blooded is one of my fav'*.
38 Special- Special Forces is a good album.
Aerosmith- Old stuff is great, and a couple newer songs too.
Metallica- Some of their stuff is awesome, I like the *&M stuff.
Whitesnake- "Here I Go Again" I love that song, I listened to it after every football game we won. (which was every week).
Van Halen- Van Hagar is not even considered a band.
ZZ Top- "Sharp Dressed Man" is a classic.

Micheal Jackson- Yes, I know, he likes to play with little boys. But, some of his old stuff was good and I still like to listen to it. When I was littler I bought the two-cassette best hits set. Not sure if I still have it.

I haven't really gotten into Floyd that much, every time I go to check out some of their stuff I get sidetracked. Anywho, I'm pretty sure I missed some stuff. That'* what I like to listen to.

CLASSIC ROCK IS SWEET!
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What about the Eagles? I know they aren't exactly the hardest rockers, but they've got some good stuff -I have Hell Freezes over and I play it like there is no tomorrow.
I listen 60'*, 70'* and 80'* rock all day at work. I love it and don't know what else could give me the rush that I need to get me through the day.
A couple more good ones (some of these probably have already been named) are Pat Benatar, Tom Petty, Van Halen, Jimmi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and there are sure alot more.
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I forgot Hendrix, Eagles, George Thorogood(sp?), and The Rolling Stones.




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Ozzmosis by ozzy osborne. The best ozzy cd out there.
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You've got to get Delicate Sound of Thunder by Pink Floyd. There is an awesome instrumental at the end of Comfortably Numb

Don't forget to pick up Ted Nugent'* Double Live Gonzo excellent versions of Stormtroopin and Stranglehold

Also try REO Speedwagon'* You Get What You Play For some good stuff there too. Ridin the Storm out was on a radio station from Jacksonville every 15 min during Hurricane Hugo.

Anything by Black Sabbath is good too!!!!!!!!!!

Anything else I can come up with will be posted.
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You've got to get Delicate Sound of Thunder by Pink Floyd. There is an awesome instrumental at the end of Comfortably Numb

Don't forget to pick up Ted Nugent'* Double Live Gonzo excellent versions of Stormtroopin and Stranglehold

Also try REO Speedwagon'* You Get What You Play For some good stuff there too. Ridin the Storm out was on a radio station from Jacksonville every 15 min during Hurricane Hugo.

Anything by Black Sabbath is good too!!!!!!!!!!

Anything else I can come up with will be posted.

oooOooo you like good music
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