Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Spacer22, Jan 26, 2016.
Valerie Carter - "A Stone's Throw Away"
Hardly obscure, but you may not have heard this.
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Three Man Army's "Butter Queen". The first track from their first album Third Of A Lifetime from 1971 featuring Buddy Miles on drums.
Warpig "Rock Star" from their 1970 s/t album.
Black Widow "The Battle". From their third album released in 1972.
From the U.K. Pluto "Down and Out" from 1971.
I'm on Fire by 5000 Volts (featuring Tina Charles):
Gaye by Clifford T. Ward:
Costafine Town by Splinter:
Probably not what you would expect from these guys:
Harlem River Drive (Eddie Palmieri)
The first time I heard Tom Clay's edit (in 1971) of "What the World Needs Now Is Love"/"Abraham, Martin and John" on the radio I was moved. I'll share it now.
Opening song on their one and only album from 1971.
Poco's Just For Me and You (1971)
The prettiest song of the '70s - John Lodge (of the Moody Blues), Carry Me:
... although Ernie's Reise by Grobschnitt gives it a run for its money in the "pretty" department:
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