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This page and tournament was largely inspired by the guys at The Greatest Album of All Time page, just like my last one was , Tournament will begin very soon , Enjoy and have fun . The Greatest Album of the 70s created a poll. 39 mins . 512 albums. release of Fairport Convention's 1969 album Liege & Lief, which developed further in the 1970s, when it was taken up by groups such as Pentangle, Steeleye Span and the Albion Band. It was rapidly adopted and developed in the surrounding Celtic cultures of Brittany, where it was pioneered by Alan Stivell and bands like Malicorne in Ireland by groups such as. A group of musicians who had been playing in blues and R&B bands during the 1960s and early 70s soon formed influential bands like Brinsley Schwarz, Ducks Deluxe. I don't own any rights to this content. 00:02 Atmosphera - Lady Of Sharlott 01:32 McDonald and writing, Pink Floyd hands down. The Dark Side Of The Moon and The Wall are one of the best albums of all time. Pink Floyd 5-1 Queen. Pink Floyd is obviously the best band of the 70's Dark Side of the Moon alone tops every other 70's artist out Every single album they produced at this time went to the top of the charts immediately. Led Zeppelin was very good but they didn't change the coarse of music the way Pink Floyd did. Some of you will try to argue that but look, Pink Floyd Pioneered so many things that set the stage for others like Concerts: Pink Floyd INVENTED the Light show. But its a lovely, charming album from the dadaist jaunt of Backwater to its tranquil second side, whose mood and texture seems to tear a page from Enos 1977-78 David Bowie Album Construction Playbook, yet rectifies the divide between his pop and ambient impulses. Scott Plagenhoef. Listen: Brian Eno: Backwater. After the gold rush of 1960s California rock, most of its main players spent the 70s slowly hippie-twirling towards irrelevance and rehab resorts. Not so for Mr. Young, who was just hitting his stride as the decade turned over, kicking off a run of 11 great albums in 10 years with After the Gold Rush. Top 70 Hard Rock Metal Albums of the 1970s. Loudwire Staff. As we count down the Top 70 Hard Rock Metal Albums of the 1970s, keep these parameters in mind: The albums that made the cut were selected for a multitude of reasons, including impact, influence, longevity, success and, of course, how great it is from start to finish Bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin were the hardest rocking acts of the era while acts like Rush and King Crimson were standouts in the prog community, as limited and nebulous as it was at the time. Picking our list of the Top 100 '70s Rock Albums was no easy task, if only because that period boasted such sheer diversity. The decade saw rock branch into a series of intriguing new subgenres, beginning, at the dawn of the '70s, with heavy metal. Singer-songwriters came into their own country-rock flourished. The era ended with the revitalizing energy of punk and New Wave. Here are the Top 100 '70s Rock Albums, presented chronologically from the start of the decade. Next: Top 100 '80s Rock Albums. Music From That 70's Show. Union Of Sound. Audio CD. That 70's Show: Rockin. Various Artists. 1 offer from . That 70's Album: Jammin'. That 70's Show Audio Cassette. Most bands on this CD I have at least one album for so can't complain about any of them, well maybe Ted Nugent is the exception, but that is a personal thing. Read more. That '70s Show Presents That '70s Album: Rockin' is based on the Fox sitcom That '70s Show - a somewhat bawdy but harmless comedy about teens in the Me Decade - and the CD mimics the show's sentiment and attitude quite accurately, but with less schmaltz than the Jammin' album. From rock and roll to pop, these are music's best one hit wonders from the 1970s, listed by performer. This is a list of popular 70s songs from bands or. This is a list of popular 70s songs from bands or artists who only had one single reach the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Many of these bands and artists had extensive careers, either in the US or other countries, they just didn't ever have another single reach the Top 40 after the songs on this list