| Guestbook 'Greatest Hits' - 2000 (July - Dec.)|
Andrew Sanderson - 12/28/00 13:16:50
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Favorite Seventies act(s): Queen, ELO, Toto,Alan Parsons and many others
Fantastic sites. I have had pieces of a song in my head for years and have not known what or by whom it was - now I do - "Gold" by John Stewart.
Rob Nowell - 12/28/00 05:33:35
Location: Palmdale, CA
Favorite Seventies act(s): Elton John
What fun to browse through all these memories!
Samboie - 12/26/00 06:35:01
Favorite Seventies act(s): Too many to list
Great Site. I was searching for a song that came out between 1970-1974 with the lyrics..."You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here." It was almost a rock-folk tune with narrative mixed with song. A cool tune that I cannot find. I've seen the piece the words come from, 'Desadorata' or something like that. This song was a single but there was an album with another cut on it called "Friends". Strike a cord...Any ideas? Thanks much!
George Burtnett - 12/24/00 15:57:56
Referred by: found on own
Favorite feature: all of it
Favorite Seventies act(s): eagles
This sight has brought back a lot memmories, can remember where i was when these songs were on the radio and who i was with, GOOD TIMES.
Shelby Wilson - 12/24/00 07:04:46
Location: Newport Beach, CA
Referred by: Surfing
Favorite feature: Monthly Hits
Favorite Seventies act(s): James Brown
This site is fabulous!
Thanks for the ride down "memory lane"
Henry Kaplan - 12/17/00 02:23:45
During the 70's, the "Deserata" was released as a prose poem and palyed on numerous radio stations. Not long afterward a spoof of the "Deseerata" was played over the radio. I would like to get a copy of the lyrics to the spoof. Anyone have any ideas?
Lynn Roark - 12/13/00 20:11:05
Location: Boise Idaho
Referred by: found it on my own
Favorite feature: TOP SINGLES
Favorite Seventies act(s): DISCO & R&B(SOUL)
The 70's were great then and even better now! Thanks for having such a great web site. There is a radio program every Saturday night devoted to nothing but the 70's. It just goes to show that the 70's are not dead!
Donna Grayson - 12/12/00 06:16:57
Location: Los Angeles
Referred by: webring
Very cool website !
Paul - 12/10/00 01:28:00
Referred by: search engine
Favorite feature: top 100
This sight rocks!
You helped me find all kinds of music on Napster.
the old man - 12/06/00 22:23:37
Referred by: search
Favorite feature: all
Favorite Seventies act(s): banana splits
great site . i enjoyed my visit . thank you .
Paul Culnane - 12/05/00 00:20:41
Referred by: link from my guestbook
Favorite feature: Quiz
Favorite Seventies act(s): XTC, David Bowie
Magnificent site, I'll check back often!
Tony - 12/03/00 18:01:16
Thanks for the site. It's well organized and very helpful for finding particular songs from the seventies. Well done!
Lyndsey - 12/03/00 02:36:36
Referred by: teacher
Favorite feature: the music lyrics
Favorite Seventies act(s): ABBA
I love the 70's music. Even though I'm 13 all my friends including me love oldies (but goodies) We always sing the songs and your lyrics totally help thanks soooo much really appreciate your site.
Fred Carey - 12/01/00 01:56:28
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Favorite Seventies act(s): The Carpenters
One of the greatest acts of the seventies will live forever. At this time of year (Xmas..) with the 'old Fashioned Christmas album.. I am reminded that Karen was the voice, and Richard was the genius. I can't wait to put on the CD's annually and get the seasonal shivers from the fantastic arrangements Richard did in Karen's memory. Keep it up Richard, as you got it!
Laurie - 11/29/00 04:44:31
Location: Oklahoma City
Great Site... Helped me alot on a project
kimmie - 11/29/00 04:35:34
Favorite Seventies act(s): bread, Queen, ELO, APP
Please visit my club listed above! It's brand new and for bread fans.
Sandra Ursino - 11/17/00 06:21:06
Referred by: ______
Favorite Seventies act(s): All!
What a wonderful site you run there!!! so many wonderful teenage memories!!!. The music and all information is incredibly organized. WELL DONE!
Sites like your makes the INTERNET a wonderful thing!
Chris Shaw - 11/16/00 14:15:58
Favorite feature: information about Jamie Reid
Favorite Seventies act(s): Sex pistols
hello you don't know who I am but I was wondering if you could help me find information on punks. Everything from the clothes, artwork, Album covers and anything you can think of. Im a 16-year old college student who has a graphic design project on punk culture. I really would like to know more about other designers during the punk era like Jamie Reid. It would be much appreciated if you could reply back with information and a huge help with my graphic design college project. Also your website is brilliant
Peter - 11/16/00 01:52:39
A very good site, I was very suprised to find something... Bye
Melanie - 11/14/00 16:19:48
Referred by: radio
Favorite feature: Jukebox
Favorite Seventies act(s): Three Dog Night
Please add the song "Liar" by Three Dog Night to your jukebox. Is this where I make a request to have it played on your radio station?
Michael White - 11/12/00 15:33:59
Referred by: friend
Favorite feature: top 150
Favorite Seventies act(s): Steppenwolf, Black Sabbath, Todd Rundgren, Johhny Winter, Aerosmith, Joni Mitchell, Dan Fogelberg, Blue Oyster Cult, Steely Dan
I've searched the Classic 300 and the album art catagories, and cannot find an album that should arguably top both- Steppenwolf 7, the greatest album of all time, period!
While Steppenwolf recorded several other great albums that should also show up in your listings, 7 represents the definitive fusion of hard rock, blues and country that Led Zeppelin supposedly mastered. It is a stunning album to this day. Or, as a friend put it to me after listening to it all the way through for the first time not long ago, "Who needs Pearl Jam after you've heard that?" Interesting comment, to say the least, and testiment to the timeless beauty of a true masterpiece of recording. Give John Kay his due! (His first solo album, "Forgotten Songs And Unsung Heroes", is one of the great moments in seventies releases as well.)
cddunn - 11/10/00 02:34:28
Referred by: Found it myself
Favorite feature: Like em' all
Favorite Seventies act(s): Nugent, Aerosmith, Doobies, Eagles
Great site!!! If only we could turn back time!!
Amanda Gibson - 11/09/00 12:33:34
Location: Leeds - England
Referred by: Just surfed in
Favorite feature: The questionnaire
Favorite Seventies act(s): ABBA
A brilliant website, which has helped with a quiz I've been composing for a party. Spent ages looking through all the info.
juanita hernandez - 11/07/00 19:20:00
Location: little canada, mn
Favorite Seventies act(s): all
I am very much interested in all types of music from this era
Jan - 11/05/00 01:49:16
Favorite feature: Jukebox midis
Favorite Seventies act(s): Captain & Tennille
This is by far the BEST 70's site I've found. Very comprehensive and fun! You must put quite a bit of time and effort into it, and believe me, it shows. Keep up the great work!
Dan - 11/03/00 18:37:17
Favorite Seventies act(s): Pink Floyd
Very curious about the criteria for selection of the 100 top albums of the 70's. Conspicuous in their absence are the Stones, The Who, Pink Floyd, the Eagles ... etc.
jason - 11/03/00 00:37:18
Location: bethlehem, pa
Referred by: nobody
Favorite feature: nothing
Favorite Seventies act(s): led zeppelin, pink floyd
the best album of all-time is led zeppelin IV. and u dont have that on any of your list. thats messed up.
jimmy graham - 10/29/00 00:22:42
Referred by: friend
Favorite feature: all
Favorite Seventies act(s): theboss,nils,southside,manymore
Superb, but not so easy if you're from my part of the world. How about putting the quiz in sections eg. rock, funk, U.S.A. British etc. Still it's a great education and I can check out acts we missed over here. Thanks
michelle - 10/27/00 05:11:05
Location: daphne, al
Referred by: found by myself
Favorite feature: all
Favorite Seventies act(s): abba; fleetwood mc
this is a great site was just surfing and found it, even my little girl loves it!!!!!!!!
JOSH - 10/26/00 18:41:57
Referred by: LOCATED ON OWN
Favorite feature: TOP 10 EVERY MONTH
Favorite Seventies act(s): EAGLES,BOSTON,NEIL YOUNG(ETC.ETC.)
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Charlie Whitaker - 10/24/00 02:22:10
Favorite Seventies act(s): Paul Simon
Where did you get the idea that we listened to 70s songs on AM Radio? FM Stereo radio came along in 1960 and by the 1970s everybody was listening to music in stereo on FM, even in their cars (by 72). AM radio was fast becoming only news and sports.
What a curious statement!
Alison neil - 10/20/00 18:02:28
Favorite Seventies act(s): John Miles
I would like to know why the albums "Stranger In The City" and "Miles Per Hour" by John Miles are not available ANYWHERE on cd. I have searched the net endlessly but to no avail. Can anyone help me?
GroovyJudi Grove - 10/19/00 19:17:46
Location: Tulsa, OK
Referred by: Just got lucky!
Favorite feature: 70s Almanac
Favorite Seventies act(s): Carpenters
How wonderful to find this when we're just about to celebrate our 30th anniversary! (See our link) Loved the site :-)
Thomas A. Smith - 10/18/00 15:00:27
Referred by: self
Favorite feature: all
Favorite Seventies act(s): Jethro Tull;Doobies
The Doobie Brothers are my all-time favorite R&R band. I was introduced to them thru Toulouse Street when I started back to college at Indiana State. We wore that album out--I'm surprised we weren't playing the back side at the same time, the grooves were so deep. Saw this group 4x in Albuquerque including Farewell Tour. Have all their albums and can't get enough of them.
Danny - 10/17/00 18:47:21
Referred by: Ask Jeeves
Favorite feature: High Heels
Favorite Seventies act(s): Sweet, Slade, S.Quatro...
Hi, I'm collecting music video clips from all kinds of 70's artists. If you want to trade, just
let me know.
Vanilla - 10/16/00 22:46:31
This site kicks ass!
Beercowboy - 10/16/00 19:51:37
Location: St. Paul, MN
Referred by: netscape search
Favorite feature: record charts
Favorite Seventies act(s): Gypsy
very fun stuff !! Thanks
eddie - 10/12/00 09:31:56
Location: South coast England
Referred by: Midi Search Engine
Favorite feature: Cool layout
Favorite Seventies act(s): Midnight train to georga
Cool base of tracks, very comprehensive dude..ej
charlie - 10/11/00 02:16:40
Favorite feature: ability o browse month by month
Favorite Seventies act(s): America
I'm trying to locate a song that I think I'm the only one who's ever heard it. If you know this
tune could you tell me who the artist was (I think it was bernie _______) "I'll just get drunk at the reception, I won't think about it twice. I'll just say congratulations...you both look real nice.. rea-al nice.. Why not me, we had a real love, we just didn't think we could put it all together....."
Thanx in advance for even reading this message.
"Live music is better, bumper stickers should be issued." - Neil Young
Harmony - 10/10/00 20:41:48
Referred by: google search
Great site! Will come back often.
Brooke Anderson - 10/02/00 18:06:22
Favorite Seventies act(s): Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, Van Morrison,
This site is so much fun. I just saw the movie "Almost Famous" and if you love 70's music you
have to see this movie! There is a little bit of a song that is played and I'm trying to figure
out what it is called. The lyric is (I think): "Please, don't walk away. It could be so nice...." E-mail me if you have the answer. I'd appreciate it!
from ms, angela rose cramer - 10/02/00 10:39:45
Location: stanwood washington state u.s.a.
Age: almost 23
hello, its an adorable website you got here. the historical and spiritual and haunted queen mary ship down at long beach california state u.s.a. has over 600 ghosts and contact me people if you
had spooky experiences on the passengerliner......i love james taylor the singer so very much. my most favorite song of his never die young and im a great big super fan of the back street boys and the olsen twins have interesting music and john denver rocks the earth......other favorite singers are barbra streisand-julie london-marlene dietrich-gloria estafan-the spice girls-and i like abba and a group called snap........love and light.......from ms, angela rose cramer
tom - 09/25/00 02:59:56
Location: South Dakota
Favorite Seventies act(s): Kiss, Doobie Bros.
What a great site! Had a lot of fun looking
patrick - 09/24/00 16:05:45
Referred by: surfin'
Favorite feature: its all good
Favorite Seventies act(s): bad company,stones...
brings back memories of 8 tracks and how i used to have to stick a comb into the deck to keep it playing smoothly...anybody else ever do that?
mike walter - 09/22/00 11:45:13
Location: scranton pa
Referred by: just found it
Favorite feature: by month
Favorite Seventies act(s): alot of them
I'm mostly a metalhead. But I just love those old 70's cheesy songs. It brings back memories of being in the back seat of our car with my parents when I was younger. There will never be another
decade like it, for rock or cheese.
Eddieman - 09/22/00 05:18:54
Location: Seattle baby Yea.....
Referred by: surfin
Favorite feature: anything 70's
Favorite Seventies act(s): The Allman Brothers
This site has everything a Hippy like me needs!!!
cat shough - 09/20/00 15:08:49
Referred by: found
Favorite Seventies act(s): Allmanbro.--pink floyd
saw the allman brothers in chicago, missed dicky but got to give credit to new young guy, he kicked butt!
Michelle Schemm - 09/16/00 09:07:05
Referred by: just surfed in
Favorite feature: poster room
What's up??? Cool site. The memories of the 70's are etched in my mind forever, I am really glad I grew up during the 70's, I especially love the music. PEACE
Mark Evert - 09/15/00 01:38:55
Referred by: search engine
Favorite feature: breakdown of songs by years
I must say, your site has been a joy to go through bring back many memories from my childhood. I have been trying to find out who sang a particular song and to my joy, you had it listed. I will return many times to come.
Belle Taylor - 09/13/00 06:25:26
Location: Perth, Western Australia
Referred by: Icon, SMH
Favorite feature: The lot
Favorite Seventies act(s): Tim Buckley
Great site about my favourite musical period. But surely Never Mind the Bollocks and Greetings from LA should be in the super 150 albums.
Kat - 09/13/00 04:28:28
Age: do I haveta tell???? 41
Referred by: not referred (I can find things by myself)
Favorite feature: Lyrics
Favorite Seventies act(s): Mothers Finest, Bad Company, Foghat, Uriah Heap
The absolute best seventies rock sight!!! Good job!!!!
Janak - 09/12/00 13:14:15
Referred by: Excite
Favorite feature: top 100 70's singles
Favorite Seventies act(s): The Beach boys, rolling stones,Jethro tull,Doors,etc..
hey, loved your site. IT is PHAT!!
very informative and loads of triva and info on every thing musical during the 70's.
keep up da good work
oblio - 09/08/00 14:22:44
Location: twin peaks
Referred by: an old hippy
Favorite feature: my eyes
Favorite Seventies act(s): lennon , alice cooper
great site . well done . i enjoyed my visit .
Kevin C. - 09/08/00 04:21:09
Location: Albany, NY
Referred by: Stumbled Upon
Favorite feature: I have to pick?
Favorite Seventies act(s): Almost infinite. How 'bout the Eagles, Heart, Jefferson Starship, Jethro Tull, Traffic (late in their career), Allman Brothers, Santana, Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Boston, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, AC/DC, and on, and
on, and on....
Neat site. The first time I entered the site, two hours passed in what seemed like the blink
of an eye.
Steve - 09/05/00 13:23:20
Favorite Seventies act(s): too many to mention
I love this site. I have treasured my copy of the "Rock On Almanac." Thanks to Norm N. Nite
all of my days of pain trying to recall who sang what/when are a thing of the past. Music
trivia is a major interest in my life so yours is a fantastic reference source. Many thanks again!
Michelle Gagner - 08/30/00 02:54:19
Location: Bakersfield, CA
Favorite Seventies act(s): Eagles, Elton John, Paul McCartney & Wings
I was looking for a list of songs from the Seventies for a 50th birthday party and your "Top 100 Seventies Singles" list was just what I was looking for! Thanks!
Thomas E. Wilson - 08/30/00 00:41:11
Location: Neenah, WI
Favorite feature: List of songs
Favorite Seventies act(s): Yes
Great site, great history!
valerie lunt - 08/29/00 14:17:00
Referred by: search
i am wondering if anyone will PLEASE tell me the movie that "sunshine in my shoulders" was in. i have always wanted my kids to see this movie but no one seems to know the name of it. thank you, valerie
Ian Horne - 08/28/00 18:50:00
Location: Harrisonburg, VA
Referred by: searched thru Iwon
Favorite feature: Everything
Favorite Seventies act(s): Styx
Great site....what more can I say. Tons of info and memories. I'll be back.
peter - 08/27/00 09:15:19
A very, very good site! It is good fun to browse this site, impressive.
April - 08/26/00 03:51:30
Referred by: Yahoo
Favorite feature: too many to pick just one
Great site. I came in here to find the group who sang a song that was about a man who is in the unemployment line and he's "got to be a blue collar man." Haven't found it yet, but am still looking.
Classic Rock is so much better than modern dribble. LONG LIVE CLASSIC ROCK!
Herbert - 08/25/00 13:10:54
Favorite feature: Rockmusic
Favorite Seventies act(s): Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix
Great sites, let's keep up the spirit of love and peace
John Hendrickson - 08/22/00 16:36:05
Location: New York, NY
Favorite feature: Top 100 Singles
Favorite Seventies act(s): Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Taste Of Honey, Wings and Donna Summer
I love the site! I was wondering if, at all possible, that you will do the same format for the hits of the 1980s because I am interested and curious to see who sold a lot of records. Thank you for your time. Hope to hear from you all soon!
Don Breithaupt - 08/22/00 05:04:55
Favorite feature: archived record reviews
Favorite Seventies act(s): Steely Dan
RED ALERT FOR SEVENTIES FANS: A new book called "Night Moves: Pop Music in the Late '70s" (St. Martin's, NY, 2000) covers everything from pop to rock to punk to funk, including individual chapters on artists like Steely Dan, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, Earth Wind & Fire, Elvis Costello and Fleetwood Mac. Foreword by Joe Jackson. Written by Don & Jeff Breithaupt, the book is a followup to 1996's "Precious and Few: Pop Music in the Early '70s", which received rave reviews: "Deftly chronicles the sounds of the seventies" (New York Post); "Put it in the eight-track and have a blast!" (Oakland Press); "Full of witty observations" (Louisville Courier-Journal); "An indispensable guide" (Toronto Sun). "Night Moves: Pop Music in the Late '70s" is available through major online retailers like amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and chapters.ca, as well as through your local bookseller.
karen - 08/19/00 21:53:16
Location: long island ny
Referred by: search dylan
Favorite Seventies act(s): bob
One little suggestion and you responded big time. Thanks!!!!! I enjoyed the new Watkins page a lot. I remember getting there early like wed night or thurs morn and being there all the way through the mud the parachutes and the endless music. The article was so accurate. When our van ran out of food, as always Deadheads were there with a meal for free for whatever we wanted to donate. We showered during the thunderstorm and found a pond to bathe in on the last day we were there.
Melanie J. Landry - 08/19/00 16:46:33
Location: Bourg, Louisiana
Referred by: self.....movie lover
Favorite feature: Movies
Favorite Seventies act(s): ??? too many to choose from
I have been trying to find this movie "Sunshine" for a long time now...forgetting that it was a made for t.v. movie. I've been checking the log books at Blockbuster...now I know why I never found it. I would like to know how I could buy a copy of that movie "Sunshine" with Cliff DeYoung.
Please let me know if this is possible...or let me know when it might air again on t.v. and I can copy it myself. Is there a copy somewhere??? I'd really like to buy a copy. Thank you so much.
The Ancient One - 08/17/00 14:14:52
Referred by: webring
Favorite feature: everything
Favorite Seventies act(s): three dog night
GREETINGS FROM THE ANCIENT ONE . MY COMPLIMENTS ON YOUR SITE . I AM A PSYCHIC/METAPHYSICAL PRACTITIONER . I FOUND YOUR SITE VERY ENTERTAINING . THANK YOU .
Sammy Ulanday - 08/16/00 02:09:56
Referred by: a friend
I have not been able to browse completely your site but from my initial browsing, it looks great. Lots of info, and yes of course full of nostagia. One request though, I'm not sure yet but do you have a section where we can just simply listen to those great old seventies music. That would be much greater! Thanks for putting such a site. More power!
karen - 08/15/00 17:44:41
Thanks for the offer on Watkins Glen I'm looking forward to it. One personal memory of the concert was this encounter with a sheriff who hated every minute of the jam. He followed my friend Ray around calling him girly and telling him to cut his hair and be a man. We all plopped down on the grass, lit up, sang, hugged, kussed and laughed our asses off. He kept circling us trying to get us mad. We were so cool and unconfrontational that he eventually stormed away. Again THANKS!
karen - 08/15/00 02:35:30
Referred by: search,dylan
Favorite feature: year by year
Favorite Seventies act(s): dylan '61-'00 + forever
I enjoyed surfing around and reliving some memories. I was hoping to find a mention of Watkins Glen 73 summer jam Allman Brothers, the Band and the Dead It was bigger than Woodstock by 200,000 and not one mention. The Dylan article should be corrected It's don't STAND in the doorway... and but THINGS have changed. World gone wrong was 7 years ago. I recently saw Bob in 4 concerts and he loves the love he gets from his wildly devoted fans. Irrelevance - never!!! senior citizen - who are you Jim? Like Dylan said When you gonna wake up? check out the links on the web like The Church Of Bob yes it's funny as hell but it's base is the fanatics check out you know your a dylan fan if...I just can't see your poor Bob he's old and mistreated attitude. Praise the man don't pity him. He's the MAN!
D J Moro - 08/13/00 20:57:05
Location: Freeland, PA
Referred by: Self...Write to me to chat classic rock!
Favorite Seventies act(s): Kansas/YES, Genesis...Oh Music was Great
Anyone INTO it in terms of LIVE cassettes, classic rock , drop me a line., luv this kind of stuff...Write to me to chat classic rock.
susan - 08/13/00 19:26:30
what an awesome site....i'm trying to make a cd for a friend of mine that has cancer..and i was trying to figure out which songs to use. it's kind of hard to just pull names out of your head...so i decided that i would use the 70's to try and choose which songs to use...and found your site...thanks for the help....susan
KaitlynClare - 08/12/00 15:40:05
Age: old enough to remember
Referred by: none
Favorite feature: almanac
Favorite Seventies act(s): too many to list
Just wanted to drop a note and say thank you for creating such a wonderful site!
Brought back alot of fond memories.
Peace and Love
Mark Metcalf - 08/11/00 02:12:56
Location: New York City
Referred by: dogpile.com
Favorite feature: Top music lists
Favorite Seventies act(s): Led
Outstanding music lists! Thanks for jogging my foggy memory.
CV_Musik - 08/10/00 04:24:52
Location: San Diego
Referred by: no one
Favorite feature: 70's top songs
Favorite Seventies act(s): N/A
I really enjoyed myself looking back in your seventies collage. It brought back some fine times we all had back then.
Thanks for the compulation.
Arkeco Thompson - 08/09/00 00:21:20
Location: Vicksburg MS
Favorite feature: Earth, Wind & Fire
Loved your site
Lee Moss - 08/06/00 19:14:39
How can I find a copy of the song Brandy by Lookin Glass. I named my daughter Brandy when she was born in 1986 because I liked this song so much.
Billy - 08/06/00 09:19:13
Referred by: Search at Geocities.com
Favorite feature: Biography
Favorite Seventies act(s): Dawn
Thanks for creating a site that provides info on a great 70's group
Mark Seefried - 08/05/00 01:51:21
Referred by: N/A
Favorite feature: Looking Glass
Favorite Seventies act(s): Styx n Kansas
Would like to know what ever happened to the band after the breakup. Why wasn't there ever a vidio of Brandy? Since there are many from groups around and before then? Thanx...Mark
Hanspeter Tilly - 08/04/00 23:29:55
Referred by: myself
Favorite feature: da whole thing, man!
Favorite Seventies act(s): many too many
I had to come back!
I hope you're not angry when I tell you I downloaded the whole thing for offline browsing and give copies to some fellow Seventies-Lovers in Germany who haven't access to the internet yet (it's rather expensive here).
The first comments were VERY enthusiastic - and so I'd like to give you warm greetings from some German people who like this work of love as much as I always did!
Kristen G. Imhoff - 08/03/00 22:47:00
Location: San Francisco
Favorite Seventies act(s): the Kinks
I recently visited your site and just wanted to tell you how impressed I was by your thorough
coverage of such an evocative and revolutionary time period.
In looking at your site and its already extensive collection of resources, one feature I
thought you might want to add is sheet music. Based on how hard sheet music can be to find,
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Michael Lazenby - 08/03/00 21:00:45
Location: Collingwood, ON
Favorite feature: All!
Favorite Seventies act(s): Bells, Loggins & Messina
Anybody help me find a song?
"She was a ballet dancer
With the grace of a dove
She would dance up above
in the other room"
Rosalie, Rosalie, can I sing you a song...
Would be MOST appreciated.
Joe Lencioni - 08/02/00 05:06:32
Favorite feature: Entire Site!
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Conquistador - 07/31/00 02:55:27
Favorite feature: Rock 'n' Roll
Favorite Seventies act(s): all Australian
This is a fantastic site, and a true tribute to the GREATEST ERA OF MUSIC ever. Thank you for bringing it to life for all us to see.
tommy cash - 07/30/00 23:06:25
Referred by: searchin' the web
Favorite feature: comments and reviews
Favorite Seventies act(s): allman bros.
Growing up in Atl, I got to see the A.B.B. at Piedmont Park before they 'got big'. I have old recordings on tape plus many others before it was illegal. It is funny to see how much people pay for later works, but I don't know if I could put a price on my collection. Long live the A.B.B.!
Linda - 07/30/00 01:28:19
Referred by: Ask Jeeves
Favorite feature: "best of" lists
I was looking for trivia for a class reunion. I got alot of what I was looking for. Thank you.
Charlie Phillips - 07/29/00 01:15:07
Location: Rhode Island
Referred by: Nobody-Luck Search!
Favorite feature: Hyperlinks to Reel.com and CDNow.com
Favorite Seventies act(s): Chicago, Bruce Springsteen
GREAT SITE! Glad I hit it! It's now in my bookmarks. Anytime I want a CD or DVD, I'm coming here first to hyperlink out to the retail sites. THANKS!
Harold Dr–ge - 07/23/00 11:51:53
Referred by: Copernic search engine
Favorite feature: music
Favorite Seventies act(s): Jacksons
Abolutely fabulous site. As a great lover of seventies music, I've been looking for a site like this for a while.
And there you are! Thank you...
Antti Hangasmaa - 07/21/00 17:19:36
Referred by: Surfin' around
Favorite feature: 70's HM
Favorite Seventies act(s): Nazareth
Hello ( 70's ) Rockers !
Brilliant site about rock-music from the 70's ! ( the ROCK decade ! ). But it would be even greater if you could include more stuff about one of the really great hardrock bands of that decade : Nazareth With songs like "Hair Of The Dog", "This Flight Tonight" and their anthem "Razamanaz" they made 'em 70's radio-receivers melt ! And they ( Naz ) still kick around in fine form, with world-wide tours and releases of cool albums such as "Boogaloo" from 1998. If you're interested in Naz and have seen 'em back in their hey-days back in the 70's and want to tell other Naz fans about it. Please check out the Internet for Naz-pages made by ( true )Naz- fans and join the Naz-fanz Discussion List !
Rock On !
Antti Hangasmaa, Huskvarna, Sweden
Higginz - 07/20/00 23:56:22
Referred by: Friend
Favorite Seventies act(s): Nazareth
Hi. Cool site!. Almost takes you back there again :-). The 70's was a great decade when talking music. Mainly because I was young then, and all the classic bands were delivering their best work. Some bands still are very active,releasing great albums and sold out concerts.
I personally think you've over-looked one band here on this site, - Nazareth!. They were huge in the 70's. Releasing such great albums like "Hair Of The Dog", "Razamanaz","Loud 'n Proud" and that cover single that has to be the National anthem of the 70's - "Love Hurts".
This great band (Nazareth) are just as great these days, as they were then!. Check out their latest effort called "Boogaloo" (1998).
Mareike - 07/14/00 14:53:26
Favorite Seventies act(s): KISS and The Sweet
Really great site!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love the seventies!!! I go to every Oldie-Night where the bands from the seventies play their old songs!! And I love it!!
Lynn McCallum - 07/13/00 17:31:45
Favorite feature: Movies
Hi what a really great site you have here..you have obviously put a lot of hard work into it,well done! There was only one dissapointment though, it seems as though everyone has forgotten about the man who changed the world of cinema forever with martial arts,his name..Bruce Lee in "Enter the Dragon" in 1973. This movie was the inspiration for the song "Kung Fu Fighting" and you have to admit this was one groovy song that everyone knows and should realise where the big hype for martial arts began...without that film there would be no Jet Li, no Jackie Chan, and no Jean Claude van Damme. Bruce Lee was the first Asian superstar in the world and he is still the biggest to this day!
I definetely think more people should be told about the experoences of what it was like when it first came out ..that would be absolutely wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
since i myself wouldn't know.
cabochica - 07/12/00 20:28:41
Location: cabo san lucas
Referred by: self
Favorite feature: artists in their own words
Favorite Seventies act(s): fleetwood mac marshall tucker band stevie wonder cher
What a way cool surprise to stumble onto this particular web site! As an expatriot, one who's lived abroad for over 14 years; it's fun to remember my coming of age in the seventies. I remembered getting kissed for the first real time (outside of spin the bottle!) to Rod Stewart's "If you think I'm sexy" in '79. Thanks, you made my day! Cabochica. Peace, love, baby!
Jesse Piedfort - 07/10/00 23:54:46
Location: Maple Valley, WA
Referred by: found it myself
Favorite feature: joni's own words
Favorite Seventies act(s): hmmm...
Well i have a request. I was wondering where i could get the lyrics to a joni mitchell song that could be called "Got Til Its Gone". I am not sure of the name because i am a new fan. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
~Jesse, Maple Valley, WA
Josie - 07/10/00 13:55:47
If you are a fan of Joni Mitchell,
you should check this out:
A special tribute to Joni Mitchell and her art
Saskatoon gallery hosts Joni Mitchell retrospective
- 07/10/00 02:41:39
Don't ever put someone's crappie midi shit in the place of an original artist.
my name is Robert Wilson 6374 Arlington Blvd If you want to talk to me. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rollie - 07/06/00 06:49:42
Referred by: Sunset Strip Neighborhood
Favorite feature: Too hard to pick one
Favorite Seventies act(s): Lynyrd Skynyrd
Great Great. Love to groove on your site. Thanks and I'll see ya in a month.
Judy - 07/05/00 23:15:09
Favorite Seventies act(s): Black Sabbath, Kiss,AC/DC,Cheap Trick,ect
glad to have found this website. i remember when my mom told me i was wasting my money buying albums. i still have those albums, and have now duplicated most of them on CD, plus added new ones! music is always a good investment!
MS. PASS - 07/05/00 22:13:06
Referred by: SURFING
Favorite Seventies act(s): AARON SPELLING
I'M A 70'S BABY!
kevin wilson - 07/03/00 18:51:05
Favorite feature: everything was great
Favorite Seventies act(s): eagles - bad company and many more
great site and thank you, it had me living the years all over again.
D.L.Manning - 07/02/00 20:39:12
Favorite Seventies act(s): The act of protesting
visit The Alvin Lee Network ES-335 for Boogie 70's music. WARNING: this 60-70's music ain't top 40 or disco.
Kosta Ilic - 07/02/00 14:25:53
Favorite feature: Hard Rock
Favorite Seventies act(s): Tough One
Hi, this is a great site. Thank you for you time and effort. Greetings from "Hard Rock Cafe" radio show on "Radio Pancevo" 92.1FM from Pancevo near Belgrade capitol of Serbia. We are still free and still working. Kosta & Nebojsa