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LOL... ah gee, do I have to go back that far to my teen years?
Okay - My list is long though!
Highway Star - Deep Purple 1971
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple 1971
Burn - Deep Purple - 1974
Iron Man - Black Sabbath 1970
War Pigs - Black Sabbath 1970
After Forever - Black Sabbath 1971
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin 1975
Stairway To Heaven - Led Zeppelin 1971
Bad Company - Bad Company 1974
Rock Steady - Bad Company 1974
Ready For Love - Bad Company 1974
Movin' On - Bad Company 1974
Free Bird - Lynard Skynard 1974
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynard Skynard 1974
Simple Man - Lynard Skynard 1976(??)
Magic Man - Heart 1976
Barracuda - Heart 1976
I also liked a lot of Boston's stuff
Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty 1978
Hotel California - The Eagles 1978
Turn The Page - Bob Seger 1973 and his 1975 Live Bullet album
You cannot go wrong with any of the songs listed on this thread. Any of them. Some of mine are Bridge of Sighs-Robin Trower, Hurricane-Neil Young, #9 Dream-John Lennon, The Land of Make Believe-Moody Blues,Sail On Sailor-Beach Boys, Love, Devotion, and Surrender-Santana, Ride the Tiger-Jefferson Starship,Little Wing-Derek and the Dominoes, Up on Cripple Creek-The Band(off The Last Waltz album), Soul Shake-Delaney and Bonnie, The Letter-Joe Cocker,War Movie-Jefferson Airplane, One Of These Days-Pink Floyd, The Seeker- The Who, California-John Mayall, I'd Love to Change the World-Ten Years After, So Begins the Task-Steven Stills/Manassas, Reap What I've Sown-Climax Blues Band, Keep On Trucking-Hot Tuna, Help Me-Joni Mitchell, Caravan-Van Morrison, Something's Happening-Peter Frampton( the Live LP),Nantucket Sleighride-Mountain,The Battle of Evermore-Led Zeppelin(4th LP), Snow Blind Friend-Steppenwolf, Abaddon's Bolero-Emerson,Lake, and Palmer(from Trilogy), Mad Dogs and Englishmen-Leon Russell, Ohio-CSNY, The Long and Winding Road-Beatles, Rainbow-Marmalade,lots and lots more later.
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So many to choose from. I would probably say (just naming a couple)
'Daniel, my brother' by Elton John (and I dont even like E. J. but like that song)
'Magic Man' by Heart
'Dont Call Us, We'll Call You' (dont know who did that one)
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