70’s Music

Some of the greatest sounds ever were created during the seventies with some of my personal favourites including Queen and Led Zeppelin. Songs with words and lyrics that has so much meaning that you feel personal attachment to the words. Take for example one of the world’s greatest and most requested songs “Stairway to Heaven” from Led Zeppelin. If I have to name some of the most popular and greatest bands of the seventies I am positive most of you seventies lover would agree.

Number one LED ZEPPELIN and followed in no particular order the best groups include The Doors, The Jackson 5, Queen, Pink Floyd, Beatles and the Rolling Stones.

One of the best rock instrumentals ever comes from the Allman Brothers Band. They were so great that only instrumentals were needed even though words have always been my thing and many people who loves the seventies and eighties agree it is because of soulful and meaningful words that those times are still the best. Thus do they belong high up in the category of best band of the 70s and certainly undisputedly best instrumental band. Midnight Rider and Ramblin Man are the best playlists.

Obviously The Eagles were top too and incredibly gifted. Just look a songs like Hotel California, One of these Nights, I Can’t Tell You Why, and Lyin Eyes to name a few timeless hits. Fleetwood Mac is one of the prime bands with over hundred million worldwide sales making the one of the best-selling groups of all time. When I look at individual artists I always hope I do not neglect to leave one out, but you will all agree with me when I take a mid-seventies list of names and if I forget to mention one of your favorites, leave me a comment.

Look at some of the best ever songs and
artists from the mid seventies

  • Billy Joel – THE ENTERTAINER
  • Elvis Presley – PROMISED LAND
  • Linda Ronstadt – YOUR’E NO GOOD
  • Eagles – BEST OF MY LOVE
  • Gloria Gaynor – NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE
  • The Three Degrees – WHEN WILL I SEE YOU AGAIN
  • George Harrison – DARK HORSE
  • Donny and Marie Osmond – MORNING SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN
  • Jethro Tull – BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE
  • Barry Manilow –MANDY
  • The carpenters – PLEASE MR. POSTMAN
  • Stevie wonder – BOOGIE ON REGGAE WOMAN
  • Ringo S tar – ONLY YOU
  • Helen Reddy – ANGIE BABY