70s Music Remembered

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    This music make anyone else feel like moving?
     
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    Going to California - Led Zepplin, 1971
    (Written by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page)

    The line, "To find a queen without a king, they say she plays guitar, cries, and sings," is likely an allusion to Joni Mitchell and I Had a King, the first song on her debut album (Song to a Seagull, 1968).

     
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    I LOVED DISCO! Still do. Could leave the Saturday Night Fever cd in the car player all the time!
     
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    Great times. I was listening to some 1960s-70s music while cleaning awhile ago. Lots of kids some young as 13 commented on the thread how much they love our music.
     
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    Right Down the Line - Gerry Rafferty. 1978

     
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    1974


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    Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues - Danny O'Keefe, 1971

     
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    That brings back memories. Like these other songs, I can't believe it's been 50 years.

    I recall listening to big band era music from the 40s as a young man and thinking it was "old music."
     
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    Me too mama would play all those classic songs on piano and I didn't care for them but now they are good memories. Now I like all of them. I still like mostly classic rock and pop because thats what was happening when I was young by most of my generation.But I like to go back to the old songs too.
     
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