Dead And Company

Let’s continue our conversation about the best bands from the 70s and by doing this we are looking to make sure that we can keep a smart and intellectual conversation about the best bands from the 70s without getting into some kind of internet banter that we all know is bound to happen on blogs like this. So what we have done, which I am sure you have noticed so far throughout all of the rest of these articles, is that we have made a legitimate effort into including as many of the best bands from the 70s as we possibly can in this comprehensive list of the best bands from the 70s. Now I know this is definitely going to leave out some people’s favorite bands but I seriously don’t care and what we are going to do right now is to continue our conversation about the best bands from the 70s by talking about the band called the Grateful Dead, and I know that the dead wasn’t for everyone but they still are one of the most popular bands on tour today and that just goes to show that during the peak in the 70s they were totally one of the best bands from the 70s.

So of course a lot of people already know the story behind how the Grateful Dead got famous and that is kind of through the acid test parties that happened up in San Francisco during the mid 1960s, and the Grateful Dead were definitely a pretty up and coming band during the 60s but it was in the 70s that they totally shot off like a cannon and became international super stars all over the world. I think that for the most part the Grateful Dead might be one of the best acid rock bands that originated in the United States and their music really is out there and strange and just awesome in general and that is why so many people were drawn to it and became absolutely addicted to it at some point. It is weird what the music of the Grateful Dead will do to someone who is listening to it because it really has this ability to suck you in and think wow this is probably the best music I’ve ever heard while just a few minutes later make you think wow is this even music that I am listening to what the heck are they doing. It’s just a combination of incredible instruments and good songs that has made the Grateful Dead one of the best bands from the 70s that record furnace repair was of the chain, and even some of the best bands from the 70s don’t have both of these components, but the dead definitely did and that is partly why they are considered one of the best bands from the 70s and they will continue to be popular even today as they continued to tour around as Furthur and then as Dead and Company which is still selling out shows everywhere that they go. It’s pretty safe to say that the Grateful Dead is not only just one of the best bands from the 70s but they are also one of the best bands ever to play in the rock and roll era.

The Allman Brother’s Band

When it comes to music there is rock and roll and then everything else besides rock and roll and I’m pretty sure that if you have found your way on to this type of blog and article list then you are also the type of person who really enjoys listening to rock and roll music, and we think that is super groovy of you. For the most part I know that when we think about rock and roll, especially the type of music that we think about when think about the best bands from the 70s we are totally going to be talking about huge rock and roll shows that came out and ran the world for a little while.

It is pretty safe to say that rock and roll was never bigger than it was back in the 70s and that is really why the 70s was the golden age of rock and roll in which everyone was listening and getting involved and evolving the sound of the genre in general and I know that for the most part this is something that really shocked the world and inspired millions of people to pick up instruments and start playing music of their own, and I think that this is something that all of the best bands from the 70s should be very proud of. So without any further hesitation let’s keep talking about some of the very best bands from the 70s and I know that you are going to be really excited about the list as we continue to talk about some of the best bands from the 70s and the next band that we are going to be talking about is the Allman Brothers.

The Allman Brothers Band is definitely a unique band to say the least and their sound of southern rock created an entire new genre of rock and roll all on their own. Of course the founding members of this band are brothers name Duane and Greg Allman, and they were such a happy force of rock and roll that definitely was very innovative while at the same time stayed true to their southern roots of Georgia, but of course they jammed out arguably harder than anyone else, but it sounded so happy and just full of joy when they jammed out. I think that the energy that the Allman Brothers Band put into their music was always positive and that is something that could be noticed in their tone and sound and was different than a lot of the other best bands from the 70s. But that is exactly what made the Allman Brothers so awesome and that is exactly why their sound and experience of a concert became contagious and one of those bands that everyone all over the place wanted to go see. Their entire sound in general was really contagious, and that is the sign of being truly a legendary group and one of the best bands from the 70s.

So if you are interested in learning more about the Allman Brothers Band then you should definitely just check out some of their albums like Eat a Peach and things like that and you will see just how awesome they were back in the 70s.

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Rolling Stones

We have definitely been writing a lot about music lately and we are going to continue to write about music as we continue our conversation about the best bands from the 70s. This is definitely a really interesting topic that a lot of us are really into because the music that came from this era was absolutely epic and the best bands from the 70s were obviously legendary to say the least. We can’t possibly get to talking about all of the best bands from the 70s but what we are going to do with these blogs and list of articles is just list and talk about as many of the best bands from the 70s as we possibly can, and this should be good enough for you the readers out there because it sure as hell is good enough for us, and that is really all that matters at this point in the night and our conversation about the best bands from the 70s.

So the next band that we are going to talk about in our conversation and dialogue in general about the best bands from the 70s is the Rolling Stones, and although the Rolling Stones originated in the 1960s it is safe to say that because they are still around today they definitely were one of the best bands from the 70s. When you have such an awesome singer like they did with Mick Jagger I think they definitely always had a good chance at putting on the show of a lifetime for a lot of their audiences all over the world, and there really is just something about the Rolling Stones that is just so rock and roll, and they really are one of the very first rock and roll bands that were huge hits all around the world and because they have simply been around forever they are no doubt one of the best bands from the 70s.

The next of the best bands from the 70s that we are going to be talking about is Fleetwood Mac, and this band was definitely really unique because the star of the entire group was a woman named Stevie Nix, and I think that because Stevie Nix was capable of singing so well they were definitely able to just jump out in terms of the popularity amongst women and that was all she wrote in terms of their record deals and success in general. Of course the music of Fleetwood Mac is pretty awesome and they have so many classic songs, mostly written by Nix, and the band behind her were pretty much the perfect combination of the vocals and instruments that totally lead to a lot of people falling in love with Fleetwood Mac during the 70s and that is partly why they are considered one of the best bands from the 70s.

Of course as always we are so happy to have you the readers on this site with us learning as much as you can about the best bands from the 70s, and we know that all of this information is exactly what you need to know about these bands, so get inspired and start making some music of your own like the best bands from the 70s.

The Who

When it comes to the age of rock and roll and the best era of rock and roll in general we definitely have to consider the facts that the 70s were kind of the prime time for rock and roll and that is when some of the best rock bands flourished the most. I think that when we take a look at bands that came out of the 70s we see a unique type of band and sound that definitely changed the entire world, and that is why all of the bands that we are going to be talking about through this list of the best bands from the 70s are special and should be treated that way. I know that a lot of people might not agree one hundred percent with the list of bands that we are going to be talking about but for the most part I don’t give a shit about what you think in terms of the best bands from the 70s because I am the writer and it is solely up to me to figure out which bands are the best bands from the 70s and I am definitely really qualified to do so, but thanks again for coming to this site I really do appreciate and I hope I can teach you a lot about the best bands from the 70s.

So the facts of the matter are that we are about to continue our conversation about the best bands from the 70s by talking about The Who and I think that for the most part everyone thinks that The Who were really cool and we are going to explain right now why we think they belong on this list of the best bands of the 70s. The thing about The Who that most people probably remember most is that they are the band that would break and destroy all of their equipment after every show and that is how the show would end, and this is definitely really unique and no one else has ever done anything like this but it still is just a really cool thing that they did that so that alone made them pretty cool. But another thing that we really should consider about The Who is that they did things that were really unique and different through the types of music that they created, and their rock opera album named Tommy that they created also got turned into an actually pretty good musical movie, and this is definitely something that they are remembered for because a lot of bands made movies together, but The Who’s movie was probably the best of the best in terms of a rock opera and the ability to adapt a rock opera onto the big screen. So for the most part we knew we had to put The Who on the list of the best bands from the 70s. They just simply have so much talent and were always able to put on a legendary show every single time they went out on stage and that is the sign of true professionalism in the rock and roll field, and they definitely destroyed all of their instruments methodically and with a lot of class.

Led Zeppelin

Obviously there were a bunch of awesome bands to come out of the 1970s and so for the most part it has been pretty difficult for us to narrow down the best bands from the 70s and that is just a part of the process of getting to the very best of the best, and I think that for the most part we will try to be as collaborative and as generous as we can because we are going to be talking about a large number of the best bands from the 70s and that means that we will somewhat cross over genres. But actually for the most part we are going to be solely talking about rock and roll groups and I think that this will definitely help out a lot because everyone likes rock and roll and it will allow us to get closer and closer to that essence of what the 70s was all about. I think that there is absolutely no doubt about it that the 70s was time in rock and roll history in which so many great bands emerged and changed the world forever, and it’s true that a lot of great technology came out during the early 70s that changed music and the ways in which bands recorded music a lot and that is what it is all about in terms of getting to what makes a band one of the best bands from the 70s.

So the next band that we are going to be talking about in this really prestigious list of the best bands from the 70s is going to be Led Zeppelin, and what else did you expect from the 70s. I mean it is pretty clear that Led Zeppelin was kind of the king group of hard rock and roll for quite awhile and in the 70s they flourished and became bigger and bigger with each new album and live show. They were living legends and with the type of vocals they had from Robert Plant and the guitar they had in Jimmy Page it is funny to think about just how they didn’t take over the world.

But let’s be honest Led Zeppelin did take over the world in a lot of different ways, and their music was at times really intense and hardcore especially for the 70s, and then at times their music was the most peaceful music that you would ever listen to so you know they had a lot of range with their sound and that is part of why they are considered to be one of the best bands from the 70s.  Of course when we think about Led Zeppelin we think about the voice of Robert Plant and how high pitched it was, but of course although he is the voice of Led Zeppelin we still have to consider how the rest of the band was actually some of the best musicians in their respective instruments at the time and especially with Jimmy Page and the guitar. These guys were not afraid to do things differently and improvise during live performances, which kind of became the norm for a lot of rock and roll bands during the 70s but of course Led Zeppelin was just a gigantic force to be reckoned with and they stood the test of time and survived the 60s and the 70s as one of the best bands from the 70s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best bands from the 70s

When it comes to really great bands throughout the history of the music industry I think it is super important to recognize that some of the best bands to come from the 70s were actually the best bands maybe of all time and they are still considered that way today. The 70s were definitely a time period when a lot of different artists were experimenting with all types of new technologies that were available to them like synthesizers and digital music making abilities, and of course the sound recording got a lot better during this decade as well. We can definitely go on and on about the technology and the reasons why so many great bands came from the 70s and really emerged themselves as some of the best bands in the world during the 70s, but I think it is more economical to just simply start talking about some of the best bands from the 70s and go into great details about these bands so that we can further understand what made them so great and get us more details about how they are who they are in today’s recognition days of today looking back at some of the best bands from the 70s. So the first band that we are going to talk about that comes from the 70s in general is Pink Floyd, and I think it is really safe to say that Pink Floyd might just be one of the most influential bands of all time, and during the 70s they were really killing it and that is just something special that we should talk about right now.

 

So of course when you start talking about a band like Pink Floyd, which came from the 70s, you have to start thinking about how a lot of people were experimenting with drugs during this time and were expanding their minds in general. This plays a big factor into the type of music that Pink Floyd plays because they play the type of music that is just so beautiful and exhilarating to hear just from a physical and mental standpoint, and I think their shows were definitely from another world so to speak. Pink Floyd was definitely a really innovative group that wanted and did do things very differently, and they were also the type of band that loved to experiment and improvise for long periods of time and that is something that really started to get them going, and of course everyone just really loved their music because it was always masterpiece after masterpiece when it comes to Pink Floyd, and it is true that Roger Waters was a perfectionist and it can be seen in the type of recordings they made on their blockbuster albums that shook the entire rock and roll world and still changes everything still to this day.

 

So when we think of the best bands of the 1970s we have to consider Pink Floyd because this is exactly the same time when albums like the Dark Side of the Moon and other really great albums like Wish You Were Here and The Wall came out and really shook the entire world on its head, and that is obviously what their music is all about and they were very successful at doing so which is awesome in so many different ways.