Matt D From United States of America, joined Nov 1999, 9502 posts, RR: 42 Posted (14 years 8 months 4 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 1532 times:
I was on a roll Superfly....and turned out yet another 70's reel to reel.....of course I'll need the Superfly critique.
The Hollies "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress"
Steelers Wheel "Stuck In The Middle With You"
Chicago "Feeling Stronger Every Day"
B.W. Stevenson "My Maria"
Nillson "Jump Into The Fire"
Deep Purple "Smoke On The Water"
The Eagles "Life In The Fast Lane"
Simon And Garfunkel "The Boxer"
Gordon Lightfoot "Sundown"
George Harrison "My Sweet Lord"
Cat Stevens "Oh Very Young"
Bob Dylan "Tangled Up In Blue"
Led Zeppelin "D'yer Maker"
Cat Stevens "Lady D'Arbanville"
Linda Ronstadt "You're No Good"
Linda Ronstadt "It Doesn't Matter Any More"
Linda Ronstadt "When Will I Be Loved"
The Eagles "Lyin' Eyes"
Bob Dylan "Positively 4th Street"
Donovan "Catch The Wind"
Rod Stewart "Maggie May"
Rod Stewart "Mandolin Wind"
Dusty Springfield "I Only Want To Be With You"
Bob Dylan "Black Diamond Bay"
Bob Dylan "Sarah"
Franki Valli "Oh What A Night"
Bellamy Brothers "Let Your Love Flow"
Elton John "Island Girl"
BTO "Gimme Your Money Please"
Bee Gees "Night Fever"
Fleetwood Mac "Rhiannon"
Roxy Music "Love Is The Drug"
The Eagles "Take It Easy"
Fleetwood Mac "Monday Morning"
Steve Miller "Rock-N-Me"
Fleetwood Mac "Say You Love Me"
Doobie Brothers "It Get's You Running"
Chicago "If You Leave Me Now"
Linda Ronstadt "Love Is A Rose"
Linda Ronstadt "Different Drum"
Bob Seger "Night Moves"
Heart "Magic Man"
Gary Wright "Love Is Alive"
Fleetwood Mac "Silver Springs"
Superfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 1, posted (14 years 8 months 4 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 1524 times:
Yet another great Matt D mix!
You seem to be going for the AM radio hits on this tape. That's really cool!
I hope your recording from Lps or reel tape.
I didn't see a turntable in your set-up on your previous post.
EIPremier From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 1550 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (14 years 8 months 3 weeks 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 1506 times:
OK, slight overstatement on my part. I do like some of the stuff that has come out in the past few years. But, far too many CDs that I've purchased have only gathered dust. What I like about music from the 70's (and earlier) is that time has at least partially separated the real music from what is just noise.
But even then, I think much of the really great music has been effectively forgotten. From the 70's, we don't hear much of the funk, blues, jazz, latin (and combinations within) that I think represented some of the decade's best music. I think classic rock receives its fair share of airplay, but sappy r&b ballads receives far too much. It seems that 80s music has been treated in a similar manner. The radio stations seem to equate 80s with easy listening, and leave us with horribly saccharin songs like "I Just Called to Say I Loathe You." The 80s were not my favorite decade for music, but there was definitely some good r&b, Brit New Wave and heavy metal (well, hvy metal is pushing the limit for me).
Anyway, I could go on, but I'm always impressed with someone who has the ability to compile their favorite songs and make their own collections.