This Day in Music16 hours ago
Syd Scott RIP Estelle. A white woman ruled black music for ten glorious years. Soul music owes you a massive debt of gratitude. Long live Stax!
Ian Fulton One of THE best labels.
Desmond Desmond Great stuff!! I like their box set better than the Motown stuff!
Alison Clauson Stax is amazing!
This Day in Music19 hours ago
P David Levinton 96–98 St. Mark's Place, NYC. I took this picture in November 28, 2014. There is a really cool tea shop in the building called physical graffitea
Craig A. Cooper Ten years gone. Incredible song. Page's solo is one of his best. In my time of dying. Amazing slide guitar. Bonham's drumwork is classic. PG is Zeppelin's masterpiece. My favorite album. I bought it the week it was released in '75. I was 15 years old. I still have it! Can't listen to it though, as I don't have a turntable.
Alison Hickey My fave LZ album. Tracks? In my time of dying, Kashmir, The Rover, Trampled under foot, Bron-yr-aur, Ten years gone, The wanton song, actually...all of them :)
Roberto Cifuentes Excellent album. For me.... has to be "Kashmir" all the way. The live version they do of Kashmir on "Page and Plant, No Quarter tour is just as good as the original, if not better.
Ed Hollreiser I can honestly say that this album changed my life.... a rock and roll earthquake is how I remember Circus magazine described it 42 years ago... I'll say!!!
Steve Rudland Absolutely their best. A double album with no fillers.
Rob David The vocal phrasing on "In the light" always sends a chill down my spine. Wanton song, Ten years gone, Trampled under foot.....ok gotta go listen!
Jack Funkmiester The Wanton Song is rock solid. The distortion that Jimmy gets from his guitar is sick! Turn up the amplifier and pound the speakers. Your neighbors will love you for it.
Mike Evans In My Time of Dying. Still sends chills up my spine whenever I hear it. Mesmerizing.That album is my deserted island pick hands down.
John Stevenson Kashmir, if I have to pick. I owned the original pressing, with the knocked-out windows, but alas, I think college claimed it.
Te Ahunga Hakopa I like every single track but 'In the Light' would have to be my favorite. I like the way Jimmy has laid down each guitar part, like an Orchestral musical statement.
Eric Kaleal Bonham's drumming on Wanton Song is a white-hot groove...those funky bass drum notes he implements between the rhythm guitar chops is pure magic.
John Ferrero My favorite one. Had a great mix of old and new. I remember being very young, but somehow Side 1 blew me away and i knew I was hooked forever.
Jeff Ceyba "In the Light" One of the most haunting yet redemptive pieces of music ever recorded.
Bryan Simmons One of the finest albums any band ever put together, extremely powerful stuff indeed. A fave song? No, they are all excellent in their content and delivery. Sure didn't expect this after Houses of the Holy. Bought it on day of release, the guy in the shop said, "Play it f*@#%ng loud." Did, and have been ever since..
Ron Hortensius Seen them live in concert for the Physical Graffiti tour...a show not to forget , along wih the band "Yes" soon afterwards.
Don Devine I dont think I have a favorite song on this album. They are all my favorite!!!! I listen to the album many times and each time it takes me back to crazy and simpler times, younger times and most of all, the album makes me rock like I am weilding the Hammer of the Gods!!!
John Proctor Alan Jepson love this album first thing in the morning going to work.... blow the cob webs away....
Gina Walker I love Bron-yr-aur, but Kashmir is the finest Zeppelin song ever , my second favorite, right behind what is and what should never be 😎
Jimmy Bricks In any order... "Ten Years Gone", "In My Time of Dying", "The Wanton Song", "In The Light", "Black Country Woman", "Sick Again", "Kashmir", "Custard Pie", "Houses of the Holy" and "Trampled Under Foot"
William Tatum "Ten Years Gone", BUT ... "In The Light" and "In My Time of Dying" are right up there .
Steve Kessler In the Light maybe my favorite Zep tune. This is their best to me. So many great songs.
Jeff Ceyba I got this album for Christmas in 1977. Best Christmas present ever.
Miranda Bazuin The same building where a part of the video for Waiting on a friend by the Rolling Stones was shot 😃
John Ferrero and CUSTARD PIE, best Zep song of all-time. i know it's hard to pick one but this one just grooves me baby.
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Andrew Cassara Great interview w/ Carmine. I saw him w/ Vanilla Fudge, Cactus and Beck, Bogart and Appice. The list goes on and on. He is and still is an incredible drummer
Jessie Hoadley Set me free why dontcha babe!!!! Love their rendition!!
Andrew Mikula Vanilla Fudge did a great cover of Donovan's Season of the Witch.
Steve LeBrun The had their moments, especially on their debut album, but their "The Beat Goes On" concept album was one of the embarrassments of the decade.
Abby McGarry Sophia Summer is that dead kevin bacon
Glenn Vaill Ken Ken Vaill favorite group😝
Mark Morgans First Nationally known band I got to see in concert.
Charles Forton ~ !!!!!......
Ernest Richard Harden V SRONGLY DIS AGREE
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Jerome Evanson I was living in Australia in '76. The boys really hit their stride with this song and video. As popular as they were in Australia, I never dreamed that they would become such a global phenomenon. One of my all time favourite bands for sure.
John Waldon Certainly a great ACDC song and video clip. With regard to the list, I like The Reels; but surprised to see their Quasimodo's Dream at no. 10 when compared to some of the other classic Aussie songs in the 11-30 ranking.
Don Devine One of the ugliest group of idiots to ever grace a stage. But like ugly women at closing time, they aint half bad with enough whiskey in your gut!!!
Chris Harvie They're still banned from my home town's townhall after they & the crowd destroyied it in about 1977. 😂
Dana Dando "If you think it's easy doing one night stands! Try playing in a rock and roll band!" @ Bon Scott
Enzo Caruso Brilliant
Novy Foland Always loved the bagpipes. Saw a tribute band in Kansas City that has this song as part of their set!
Dave Wright I saw them in early 79, or late 78. Bon Scott ruled! Never saw them again.
Brad Jenkinson unfortunately try and find it on YouTube..think it was scrubbed clean .
Duwayne Lamb https://youtu.be/-sUXMzkh-jI
Dale Turkle "punk rock"?!?
Les Shifler Ha, ha; 'Original punk rock!'......
Jennifer Florio My kids favorite band, he's 13,✌
Susie Reid Love this song!
Rick Carden Nantucket version is the best !
Temoc Cataño Es un camino muy largo a la cima si tu quieres rock and roll
Raquel Silva De Perez Love AC/DC
WHO KNOWS cool
Russell Price Classic...
James Wills My top five. 😜😜
Klara Ando I know they're old but 75th anniversary?!?
Daryl Wood Remmi Wood
Chris Vasquez D.k. Revelle
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Lisa Phillips SO they that the guitar was actually played by session musician Alan Parker, I wouldn't know but I love this song, SO Dave Kiley, is this true? If anyone knows it's you.
Nigel Harrison Not true. The guitar was played by session musician Alan Parker, as both he and Bowie later confirmed
Jerome Evanson One of my favourites. Bowie in full majestic glam-rock mode. Mick Ronson's riffs pushed the song right into the stratosphere. Irresistible
Biff Mcbrad I always thought that the Jean Genie and the Rebel were the same person and an alias of Ziggy 😎
Carrie White Yep, After seeing him on the "Ziggy" farewell tour in 73, this single cheered me up a bit.....
Luca Finelli 32 years before I was born
Michael Law My 24th birthday, seems like much longer ago than that! :)
Martin Martin The only decent track on diamond dogs
Donna Kitti One of my favorites
David Bevan One of my desert island discs, a true classic
Ary Vargas Love the song!
Annick Kayemba Une de mes préférées
John Alexander Love me some Bowie!
Terry Stille Taylor Marie Stille Peyton Stille Delaney Stille
Elizabeth Tracy Anthony Verone
Tracey Hancock Kim Kippen
Samantha Rundle Kirk Mitchell Kirk
Isaiah Girard Jerry Girard
Kelsie Blaker Margaret Dorraine Baines Turberfield
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Alan C Clarke Should be a good night in May, here in the Dock at Liverpool!🤘
David Jones I used to have the first album
Bleu Steinbaugh Eleanor One of the most innovative artists ever!!!!
Song Surgeon Awesome very interesting
Donald Rail Kowalski Brian Fischer
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Tim Goosey Dark Side of the Moon, Tubular Bells, Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, but yes the Sex Pistols and Gary Newman were massively influential as to what was to follow and sweep aside 'the old farts' as the NME called them.
Dee Minor Stairway To Heaven- it paved the way for other songs that followed. The slow, mellow beginning that builds to a rocking climax, and being a 6 min song that received tons of airplay truly sets it apart. No one would have been ready for Rhapsody had it not been for Stairway. More Than A Feeling was also a monster song of the 70's that cant be overlooked. Iron Man practically started a whole new genre of rock music and Van Halen's Eruption sent more kids to the music store to buy a guitar guitar than any song in history, and it was just an instrumental! The Sex Pistols, at least in the states, created a buzz because of their look and attitude, but their musical influence was limited. Punk was just a phase like Disco and New Wave.
Jim Woodall If your parents hated it...And me growing older hated punk ..That's how it should be...Its all rock an roll...its rebellion for the kids.....long may it reign....
Troy Mitchell Owens First off, this site mainly speaks for those in the UK so any Americans reading this needs to understand that. The Pistols had a tremendous impact on UK society during a very rebellious inperiod in UK history. Here in the US however they were a blip on the radar both musically and regarding their impact on our culture.
Rik Ouwens With all due respect for T Rex I'd give that spot to any of the early Kraftwerk singles like The Model, Autobahn or the Robots. And I dont think Bohemian Rhapsody was so very influentual, except for being a popular record. If represents glamrock just give it to Jean Genie, if it represents progrock give it to Pink Floyd's Money (as the single from the DSOTM album) and if it represents complex epic songwriting give it to Supper's Ready by Genesis. And the Pistols? Well mokay, as long as its mentioned that they were standing on the shoulders of Richard Hell, Patti Smith, The Ramones and New York Dolls ....
Theo Brubaker Influential? Look how big metal got. Black Sabbath. All of their records. Influential? Van Halen I. Edward changed the whole game.
Paul Martin Never mind the Bollocks! What a load of crap! Where was this poll conducted? At Johnny Rottens family reunion? The Wall, Dark Side of the Moon, Zeppelin IV, Physical Graffiti, London Calling, Rumors, Black Sabbath, KISS Alive!
Steve Knight They had a guitarist behind a curtain playing because the guitarist, was it Sid vicious, could not play a note. Saw it on a documentary is this true?
Doug Fleming Lydon didn't write love songs...he wrote songs that kicked you in the ass...in other words to get your head out of there...
Norman Hunt Kiss Alive. Cause it cured us all of Disco Fever. Van Halen I cause of the guitar work. And Led Zeppelin 4 cause come on. Stairway to Heaven.
Tony Coleby I can't really argue with that list from a national perspective and personally 3 of the 5 should be there. Anarchy in the UK for (I would say) more important reasons that flipping I Feel Love.
Chuck Parks You got the Whip's birthday a day early on your website - Michael Wilton was born on February 23rd, 1962 in San Francisco, California. http://www.michaelwilton.com/bio
John Lavelle Hmmm punk made people talk,love it or hate it,god save the queen,
Kevin Liening YES' Close To The Edge or Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon.
Gary Hall The Clash eponymous album
Ryan Pearson Black Sabbath Black Sabbath, Deep Purple in Rock, Led Zeppelin IV, Who's next,T.Rex Electric warrior and the Ramones debut
Michael Jorgensen Jeff Beck's Blow by Blow, Journey or Van Halen come come to mind.
Mark Duffield I long for the day that you make just one post that doesn't have a grammatical error of some kind.
Jeff Rowe Alladin Sane for me.Also Transformer.For Your Pleasure.My tastes are obvious
Keith O'Shea Blondie "Heart of Glass" 🤘
Hugo Cardenas The Ramones first album
James Bollinger Bridge of Sighs - Robin Trower
Tina Mc Dermott O'Connor Thin Lizzy's Whiskey in the Jar!
Harry Ramone By far ziggy stardust
Eric Davenport Black Sabbath, Motorhead, Van Halen
Dothan Eagle9 hours ago
Latasha Ivey It was really bad praying for every one
Joann Jackson PRAYERS FOR ALL
Stacey Gibson So very sad, prayers for all
Jamie Ivey Bass 2 minutes from my house. Sad.
Sherline Hudson Prayers for all involved.
Pam Brooks Finedore Prayers for all
Haley N Jeremy That was on my road. Dang that's so sad 😭
Brittany Cotton David Cotton
Hannah Blair Gilmore Josh Knight