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Rock N’ Roll Quiz

posted by Ben Witherington
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CLASSIC ROCK AND FOLK ROCK QUIZ

 

            So you areseriously stranded on a desert island for 30 days, but the good news is, whileit does not have internet or cellphone connectability, what it does have is oneway time travel ability rather like the island in LOST.  You, by manipulating the rockster machine canimport your favorite bands to play for you for a day.  So who would you choose?  You are only allowed to choose one or the otherof the paired items below and only one per day. And is there a band you wouldwant to here last before you are rescued and brought back to the rather sadpost-rock era of the 21rst century? Herein you can learn something about your own ancient fav raves.   Choose away, and then I will offer anotherpost based on your reported choices, and what they tell you about you.  

 

 

1)     Beatles or Rolling Stones

2)     Led Zepplin or the Who

3)     Eagles or Crosby,Stills, and Nash

4)     Cat Stevens or James Taylor

5)     Janis Joplin or Grace Slick and the JeffersonAirplane

6)     Mammas and the Poppas or the Association

7)     The Doors or the Kinks

8)     Jim Hendrix or Eric Clapton

9)     Traffic or Genesis

10)  PinkFloyd or Foreigner

11)  JoniMitchell or Judy Collins

12)  BloodSweat and Tears or Chicago

13)  TheByrds or Poco

14)  Kansas or  Boston

15)  Aerosmithor Kiss

16)  BillyJoel or Elton John

17)  Halland Oates or Phil Collins

18)  BruceSpringsteen or Bob Dylan

19)  Stingor the Police

20)  Totoor Cream

21)  Donovanor Dan Fogelberg

22)  Logginsand Messina orKenny Loggins

23)  Journeyor Heart

24)  TheMoody Blues or Yes

25)  FleetwoodMac or  Three Dog Night

26) U2 or  Steve Winwood

27)  Cream or Iron Butterfly

28)   ZZ Top or Lynard Skynard

29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer or  Steely Dan

30) Rickie Lee Jones or Howard Jones

Make your choices, post a response, and I’ll give you the analysis in a further post.

 



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John J

posted January 19, 2010 at 2:10 pm


1) Rolling Stones
2) Led Zepplin
3) Eagles
4) James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix!!!!
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds or Poco (who??? haha)
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith (Is this even a contest?)
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina or Kenny Loggins (I punt…)
23) Heart
24) The Moody Blues or Yes (neither, haha)
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream (again)
28) ZZ Top (I’m from Texas so my vote may not count)
29) Steely Dan
30) Rickie Lee Jones or Howard Jones (who???, may be too young for your quiz BW3) : )



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Matthew

posted January 19, 2010 at 2:24 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zeppelin
3) Eagles
4) James Taylor
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) Mammas and the Poppas or the Association
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Billy Joel
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) Sting
20) Toto!
21) Dan Fogelberg (highly underrated)
22) I’d rather be slapped by a robotic monkey.
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) ZZ Top
29) Steely Dan
30) Robotic monkey for the TKO



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J Voss

posted January 19, 2010 at 2:29 pm


1) Beatles
2) The Who
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Judy Collins
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) The Police
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) ZZ Top
29) Steely Dan
30) Rickie Lee Jones



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Scott

posted January 19, 2010 at 2:53 pm


1) The Rolling Stones (The Beatles are more talented musically, but the Stones will put on a better show)
2) Led Zepplin
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Kinks
8) Jim Hendrix (I like Clapton’s music better, but it is not everyday you get to see Hendrix)
9) Genesis (I would choose Genesis with or without Peter Gabriel)
10) Pink Floyd (Will anybody really choose Foreigner over Pink Floyd?)
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) The Byrds (Would love to see the version of The Byrds with Gram Parsons)
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan (For me this was the hardest one. Bruce puts on a great show, but I got to go with Bob.)
19) The Police
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Heart
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Rickie Lee Jones



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Shaun Brown

posted January 19, 2010 at 4:36 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zeppelin
3) Eagles
4) James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mommas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago (tough one though)
13) The Byrds
14) Boston (another tough one)
15) Aerosmith
16) Billy Joel
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) The Police (easy one, because you can still see Sting)
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Neither
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Neither



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David Rogers

posted January 19, 2010 at 4:44 pm


1) Beatles
2) The Who
3) Crosby, Stills, and Nash
4) Cat Stevens or James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) Poco
14) Kansas
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) The Police
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Heart
24) The Moody Blues
25) Three Dog Night
26) U2
27) Cream
28) ZZ Top
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer
30) ?



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Rev Tony Buglass

posted January 19, 2010 at 4:49 pm


Wot? No Dire Straits? Can I have my DVD of Clapton Unplugged? And what about a bit of Bach? Pleeeeeese?



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Todd H.

posted January 19, 2010 at 4:53 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zepplin
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) the Association
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) Poco
14) Kansas
15) Kiss
16) Billy Joel
17) Hall and Oates
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) the Police
20) Toto
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Three Dog Night
26) U2
27) Iron Butterfly
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer
30) Howard Jones



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FJT

posted January 19, 2010 at 5:30 pm


1)      Rolling Stones
2)      The Who
3)      Crosby, Stills, and Nash
4)      James Taylor
5)      Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6)      Mammas and the Poppas
7)      The Doors
8)      Eric Clapton
9)      Genesis
10)  Pink Floyd
11)  Joni Mitchell
12)  Blood Sweat and Tears or Chicago
13)  Poco
14)  Boston
15)  Aerosmith
16)  Billy Joel
17)  Phil Collins
18)  Bruce Springsteen
19)  The Police
20)  Toto
21)  Donovan
22)  Loggins and Messina
23)  Journey
24)  Yes
25)  Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27)  Cream
28)   Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Howard Jones



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Paul Cable

posted January 19, 2010 at 5:41 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zepplin
3) Crosby, Stills, and Nash
4) James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) The Byrds
14) Kansas
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Kenny Loggins
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) Steve Winwood
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Howard Jones



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W Fisher

posted January 19, 2010 at 6:26 pm


1) Rolling Stones
2) Led Zepplin
3) Crosby, Stills, and Nash
4) Cat Stevens
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) the Kinks
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Kansas
15) Aerosmith
16) Billy Joel
17) Phil Collins
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) the Police
20) Toto
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Kenny Loggins
23) Journey
24) Yes
25) Three Dog Night (close call though)
26) U2
27) Iron Butterfly
28) ZZ Top
29) Steely Dan
30) ?



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daveallen

posted January 19, 2010 at 6:45 pm


1) Rolling Stones
2) Led Zepplin
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) the Association
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Traffic
10) Pink Floyd
11) Judy Collins
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Kansas
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Hall and Oates
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Heart
24) Yes
25) Three Dog Night
26) U2
27) Iron Butterfly
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Rickie Lee Jones



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Dale

posted January 19, 2010 at 7:45 pm


How about “none of the above?” I prefer Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. Also Adolphe Adam, Hector Berlioz, Frideric Chopin, Antonin Dvorak, Edward Elgar, Gabriel Faure, Edvard Grieg, Franz Josef Haydn, Charles Ives, Leon Janacek, Albert Ketelby, Eduard Lalo, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Carl Nielsen, Jacques Offenbach, Giacomo Puccini, Johann Joachim Quantz, Serge Rachmaninov, Franz Schubert, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Antonio Vivaldi, Carl Maria von Weber, Eugene Ysaye, Jan Dismas Zelenka.
Analyze that, if you please.



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Ben Witherington

posted January 19, 2010 at 8:26 pm


Hi Dale:
Feel like you’ve been exiled to the wrong island? C’est la vie. I love classical music as well, and played in a symphony for many years, but this island is all rock baby.
Sorry,
Ben



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Scott J.

posted January 19, 2010 at 9:23 pm


1. Rolling Stones
2. Led Zepplin
3. Crosby, Stills, and Nash
4. Cat Stevens
5. Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6. Mammas and Pappas
7. Kinks
8. Jimi Hendrix
9. Traffic
10. Pink Floyd
11. Joni Mitchell
12. Blood Sweat and Tears
13. Byrds
14. Boston
15. Aerosmith
16. Elton John
17. Hall and Oates
18. Bob Dylan
19. Police
20. Cream
21. Donovan
22. Loggins and Messina
23. Heart
24. Moody Blues
25. Fleetwood Mac
26. U2
27. Cream
28. Lynard Skynard
29. Steely Dan
30. Rickie Lee Jones



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Karl

posted January 19, 2010 at 10:28 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zeppelin
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mamas and the Papas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) Kenny Loggins
23) Heart
24) The Moody Blues
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynyrd Skynyrd
29) Steely Dan
30) Howard Jones



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R Mark

posted January 19, 2010 at 11:54 pm


Beatles
Led Zepplin
Eagles
James Taylor
Jefferson Airplane
Mammas and the Poppas
Kinks
Eric Clapton
Genesis
Pink Floyd
Joni Mitchell
Chicago
The Byrds
Boston
Aerosmith
Elton John
Phil Collins
Bob Dylan
Sting
Toto
Dan Fogelberg
Kenny Loggins
Journey
Yes
Fleetwood Mac
U2
Cream
ZZ Top
Steely Dan
Howard Jones



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R Mark

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:00 am


Beatles
Led Zepplin
Eagles
James Taylor
Jefferson Airplane
Mammas and the Poppas
The Kinks
Eric Clapton
Genesis
Pink Floyd
Joni Mitchell
Chicago
The Byrds
Boston
Aerosmith
Elton John
Phil Collins
Bob Dylan
Sting
Toto
Dan Fogelberg
Kenny Loggins
Journey
Yes
Fleetwood Mac
U2
Cream
ZZ Top
Steely Dan
Howard Jones



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Rockin' Rick

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:11 am


I’m mostly classical however I have over the many years put an ear to the radio and the outcome of that is this: By the way, anyone know the Islamic name Cat Stevens took for himself?
1) Beatles
2) Who
3) Eagles
4) James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis
10) Foreigner
11) Judy Collins
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) Sting
20) Cream (not familiar with Toto or Cream therefore I would take Leo Sayers)
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Kenny Loggins
23) Journey
24) The Moody Blues
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream (not familiar with Cream but yes with Iron Butterfly however I would probably take the rocker Joe Cocker, the guy has tremendous passion.
28) ZZ Top
29) Steely Dan
30) Rickie Lee Jones or Howard Jones (Not familiar with either, in place of these I would take Lobo)



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Meltem Ciftci

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:42 am


I’ll choose
1) Beatles
2) Who
3) Eagles
4) James Taylor
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis
10) Foreigner
11) Judy Collins
12) Chicago
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) Sting
20) Toto
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Kenny Loggins
23) Journey
24) The Moody Blues
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) ZZ Top



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Alex

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:49 am


1) Beatles
2) Led Zepplin
3) Eagles (without Hotel CA album it would be CSN)
4) James Taylor
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) The Association
7) The Kinks
8) Eric Clapton (longevity, diversity, class)
9) Traffic
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago (particularly, Transit Authority, II and III)
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Billy Joel (longer period of great stuff)
17) Phil Collins (can I throw in Genesis too?)
18) Bob Dylan
19) The Police (this one was unfair)
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina or Kenny Loggins
23) Heart
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac (they write their own songs)
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Steely Dan
30) Howard Jones



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cx

posted January 20, 2010 at 6:37 am


1) Rolling Stones
2) Led Zepplin
3) Who
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin or Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd or Foreigner
11) Joni Mitchell or Judy Collins
12) the Kinks
13) The Byrds
14) Eric Clapton
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Kiss
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) Iron Butterfly
23) Heart
24) The Moody Blues
25) Three Dog Night
26) U2
27) Cream
28) ZZ Top
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer
30) Rickie Lee Jones
Thankfully, rock ‘n’ roll is big enough to make several choices other people don’t prefer. And some choices should be “sure, I’d love both!”



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Ben Witherington

posted January 20, 2010 at 9:17 am


This is too much fun! One thing is clear. Some of you are choosing as if you are taking CDs to the island—- not. You are listening live to live bands and solo artists. So some of you astutely were picking the groups that were better live in person.
BW3



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Matjaz

posted January 20, 2010 at 10:57 am


1) Beatles
2) Led Zeppelin
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jimi Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Aerosmith
16) Billy Joel
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) Sting
20) Cream
21) Donovan
22) ?
23) ?
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer
30) Howard Jones



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Quiddity

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:01 pm


1) Beatles
2) the Who
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Doors
8) Jim Hendrix
9) Genesis
10) Pink Floyd
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Blood Sweat and Tears
13) The Byrds
14) Boston
15) Kiss
16) Elton John (that was a tough one)
17) Phil Collins
18) Bruce Springsteen
19) Police
20) Toto
21) Donovan
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Journey
24) The Moody Blues (another tough one)
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) Steve Winwood
27) Iron Butterfly
28) ZZ Top
29) Steely Dan (this is not easy!)
30) oward Jones



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David (Not Adrian's Son) Rogers

posted January 20, 2010 at 12:03 pm


Though I would quibble with some of the pairings, here’s my list
1) Beatles
2) The Who
3) Eagles
4) Cat Stevens
5) Janis Joplin
6) Mammas and the Poppas
7) The Kinks
8) Eric Clapton
9) Genesis (Peter Gabriel and early Phil Collins vocals)
10) Pink Floyd (I think this choice pairing is wrong)
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Kansas (I think this choice pairing is wrong)
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) The Police
20) Cream (I think this choice pairing is wrong)
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Heart
24) Yes
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2 (I think this choice pairing is wrong)
27) Cream
28) By grace I will pardon the misspelling and definitely choose Lynyrd Skynyrd
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer (I think this choice pairing is wrong)
30) Rickie Lee Jones



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ChuckC

posted January 20, 2010 at 2:37 pm


Rolling Stones
Led Zepplin
Eagles
James Taylor
Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
Mammas and the Poppas
The Doors
Jim Hendrix
Genesis
Pink Floyd
Joni Mitchell
Blood Sweat and Tears
The Byrds
Boston
Aerosmith
Elton John
Phil Collins
Bruce Springsteen
Sting
Cream
Dan Fogelberg
Loggins and Messina
Heart
The Moody Blues
Fleetwood Mac
U2
Cream
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Steely Dan
Rickie Lee Jones



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Derrick

posted January 21, 2010 at 11:39 am


1)Beatles
2)Zep
3)Eagles
4)Cat Stevens
5)Janis
6)Mammas & The Poppas
7)Kinks
8)Jimi
9)Genesis
10)Pink Floyd
11)Joni
12)Chicago
13)Byrds
14)Kansas
15)Aerosmith
16)Billy Joel
17)Hall & Oates
18)Dylan
19)Police
20)Cream
21)Donovan
22)?
23)?
24)Yes
25)Fleetwood Mac
26)U2
27)Cream
28)Skynerd
29)Steely Dan
30)?
A Quick Question: I noticed that David Bowie isn’t on the list. What’s the deal? No love for the Thin White Duke?



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The Thief

posted January 21, 2010 at 1:37 pm


1. Beatles
2. Zep
3. Eagles
4. James Taylor
5. Grace Slick
6. Mammas & Pappas
7. Doors
8. Clapton
9. Traffic
10. Floyd
11. Mitchell
12. Blood Sweat & Tears
13. Byrds
14. Boston
15. Aerosmith
16 Billy Joel
17 Phil Collins
18 Dylan
19 Police
20 Cream
21 Fogelberg
22. Loggins
23. Journey
24. Yes
25 Three Dog Night
26. Steve Winwood
27. Cream
28 Skynrd
29 ELP
30 Howard Jones



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Dave

posted January 21, 2010 at 7:10 pm


Hopefully I’m not TOO late to the party!
1) Beatles
2) the Who
3) CSN
4) James Taylor
5) Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane
6) Mommas and the Poppas
7) the Kinks
8) Jimi Hendrix
9) Traffic
10) Pink Floyd (Note even a close contest here)
11) Joni Mitchell
12) Chicago
13) The Byrds
14) Kansas
15) Aerosmith
16) Elton John
17) Phil Collins
18) Bob Dylan
19) the Police
20) Cream
21) Dan Fogelberg
22) Loggins and Messina
23) Journey
24) The Moody Blues (although Chris Squire has to be one of rock’s greatest bass players, I much prefer The Moody Blue’s songs)
25) Fleetwood Mac
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynard Skynard (just to be nit-picky its actually Lynyrd Skynyrd)
29) ELP
30) ?



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Phil W

posted January 21, 2010 at 11:21 pm


1) Beatles
2) Led Zeppelin [note the spelling] (though I also like the Who)
3) Eagles (but just due to Hotel California and Take It Easy)
4) don’t care
5) don’t care
6) don’t care
7) The Doors
8) Eric Clapton (very tough choice; based on his early work with John Mayall and in Cream)
9) don’t care
10) Pink Floyd
11) don’t care
12) Chicago (for their early stuff such as 25 or 6 to 4)
13) The Byrds
14) Boston (for their first album)
15) don’t care
16) don’t care
17) don’t care
18) don’t care
19) don’t care
20) Cream
21) don’t care
22) don’t care
23) don’t care
24) Yes (for Roundabout)
25) don’t care
26) U2
27) Cream
28) Lynyrd Skynyrd [note spelling]
29) Emerson, Lake and Palmer
30) don’t care



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  In the American world of bigger is better (and more erudite) it is refreshing to find a smallish book  (207 pages of text, including some pictures)  that makes its points in detail with full primary source documentation and then resists the tendency to be verbose or erudite for all

posted 9:30:59am Jan. 07, 2011 | read full post »




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