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JayCrawford

The 70s were the best decade for music

So yesterday I was in my 70s phase and reminiscing my youth of that era by listening to so many records of that era... I've come to a conclusion. The 70s were the best decade in music history in so many ways. Where can I begin?

The talent pool was ridiculous, Marvin Gaye, Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Queen, John Lennon, Bee Gees, Jackson 5, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand, Carpenters, Joni Mitchell, James Brown, Sly Stone, David Bowie, Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Jimmy Clif, Gregory Issac, Peter Tosh, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, KISS, Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Isely Brothers, Earth Wind and Fire, Eagles, Barry White, O'Jays, Teddy Pendergrass, Galdys Knight, Michael Jackson, Al Green, The Commodores, Curtis Mayfield and so much more.

The records, What's Going On, Innervisions, Bad Girls, Off The Wall, Diamond Dogs, Exodus, Blue, Dark Side Of The Moon, There's A Riot Going On, Paranoid, Led Zeppelin IV, Words Of Wisdom, Imagine, Hot On The Tracks, Teddy, Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player, A Night At The Oprah and so much more.

Every genre peaked, soul, funk, rock, reggae and disco (yeah I said it 😂 I loved disco although I can totally understand why people still hate it).

Shows for musicians to perform. Soul Train, Top Of The Pops (anyone from the UK would remember this show), Johnny Carson, American Bandstand, Mike Douglas Show and loads more

Every artist spoke about A LOT of things and not just 1 topic like they have been doing for the last 30 years or so.

The 70s were a 10/10. I think the 60s were second.

What do you guys and gals think?
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Reply #1 posted 01/07/21 1:30am

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Without Prince in the universe, no doubt the 70s were the most underrated decade in all music, if not the best. There's also the brilliant vault music from P's 70s period, which has gone unnoticed. And you can't mention the 70s without also mentioning Todd Rundgren and Frank Zappa. Todd is a genius of melody and Zappa genius of rhythm. Prince happens to be genius of both.

So I think 200 years from now people will be saying Prince 80s vault material makes that the best decade in music history. Susan Rogers said of that time, 30% of everything he recorded was great and the public have only heard 20% of it. But who knows, it may turn out to be his 90s vault stuff is even better lol.

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Reply #2 posted 01/07/21 4:56am

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Sure but you can't go back.

"I think people ought to know that we're anti-fascist, we're anti-violence, we're anti-racist and we're pro-creative. We're against ignorance."
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Reply #3 posted 01/07/21 5:05am

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Sure but you can't go back.



I know sadly
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Reply #4 posted 01/07/21 5:10am

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No, it was the 60's who were the best decade in music, with all the innovations : The Beatles, to quote just one act.
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Reply #5 posted 01/07/21 9:40am

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And of course...Parliament-Funkadelic!

Oh yeah, and The Beach Boys released some great albums in the early 70s that have been overlooked. 1970 "Sunflower", 1971 "Surf's Up", 1972 "Carl And The Passions- So Tough", 1973 "Holland". And a shout out to 1977's "Love You" & Dennis Wilson's solo album "Pacific Ocean Blue" from the same year.
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Reply #6 posted 01/07/21 9:50am

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jaawwnn said:

Sure but you can't go back.



You can't...but then again, you can. Most of the public has only heard some of the "hits" from those artists/bands (if they even know them, folks shock me everyday on what they never heard on "Reaction Videos"). Those songs usually come from albums full of material they never heard. On YouTube, all people have to do is put the name of the artist and - Topic, and their full albums all pop up usually, all on a list. So, it's up to them to explore & listen to that instead of whatever it is that's happening now.
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Reply #7 posted 01/07/21 5:43pm

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Big ass DUH..
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Reply #8 posted 01/08/21 11:49am

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I gotta give it up to 70s Chicago (the band) as well...and WAR, The Ohio Players, The Bar-Kays, Average White Band, etc.
The Beatles were also still releasing good albums...SEPARATELY, of course. Haha. It's sometimes fun to put together your own 70s Beatles albums from the solo ones based on the year they were released.

John has always been my favorite Beatle, the one whose style I was inspired by the most. My favorite LP of the 70s from him would be 1974's "Walls And Bridges". It had some funky things on it for sure. From Paul, it's a little tougher, but I dig 1979's Wings "Back To The Egg" probably the most..."Red Rose Speedway" & of course "Band On The Run" from '73 aren't too far behind. I dig alot of stuff from George as well.
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Reply #9 posted 01/08/21 12:36pm

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I would have to agree too. The diversity was all over the place to fit every mood imaginable.

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The funk of The Barkays, Earth, Wind, and Fire, The Ohio Players, BT Express, Parliament/Funkadelic, Hot Chocolate, The Commodores, Rick James, Prince, The Jackson 5, then later The Jacksons, Con Funk Shun, Brick, Pleasure, Patice Rushen, The Brothers Johnson, Average White Band, Wild Cherry, Brass Construction, Sun, Slave, Raydio, The Sylvers, Tower Of Power, Pockets, and many more.

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The disco of Donna Summer, Foxy, Chic, KC and The Sunshine Band, Jimmy "Bo" Horne, A Taste Of Honey, Peaches and Herb, Sylvester, David Naughton, The Bee Gees, The Trammps, Vicki Sue Robinson, Dan Hartman, Thelma Houston, Cheryl Lynn, Evelyn "Champagne" King, The Emotions, Loleatta Holloway, Patrick Hernandez, Andy Gibb, Leif Garrett, etc.

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The slow jams of The Stylistics, Blue Magic, The Dramatics, Terry Huff and Special Delivery, Norman Conners, Heatwave, Switch, Delegation, The Miracles, Tavares, Lenny Williams, etc.

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Southern soul like Al Green, Millie Jackson, Denise LaSalle, The Soul Children, Betty Wright, etc.

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Pop/rock from every range from Kiss, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Nazareth, Queen, Manfred Mann, Nick Gilder, Rod Stewart, The Edgard Winter Group, The Cars, Supertramp, Boston, Chicago, Pablo Cruise, Kenny Loggins, Fleetwood Mac, Toto, 10 CC, Gary Wright, Ambrosia, Robert John, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Wings, Helen Reddy, Carly Simon, The Osmonds, The Partridge Family, etc.

Andy is a four letter word.
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Reply #10 posted 01/08/21 1:04pm

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rebelenterprise said:

I gotta give it up to 70s Chicago (the band) as well...and WAR, The Ohio Players, The Bar-Kays, Average White Band, etc. The Beatles were also still releasing good albums...SEPARATELY, of course. Haha. It's sometimes fun to put together your own 70s Beatles albums from the solo ones based on the year they were released. John has always been my favorite Beatle, the one whose style I was inspired by the most. My favorite LP of the 70s from him would be 1974's "Walls And Bridges". It had some funky things on it for sure. From Paul, it's a little tougher, but I dig 1979's Wings "Back To The Egg" probably the most...72's "Red Rose Speedway" & of course "Band On The Run" from '73 aren't too far behind. I dig alot of stuff from George as well. [Edited 1/8/21 12:35pm]

I just got into more of The Beatles recently and got a lot of stuff last year and then branched out into some of the solo stuff too. From John, my favorite would be "Walls And Bridges". From Paul, it would be "Band On The Run". I like "London Town" also. I was very surprised to see that the song "Girlfriend" was originally Paul's instead of Michael Jackson's.

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What did you think of the album (if you've heard it), that had John and Yoko nude on the cover? I always put the picture of an album cover in my computer with an album so when I was dowloading stuff, that is the first one I went to basically looking for a reason to put the picture in the computer. lol As I skimmed through each track, I was like.... "What in THE hell is this?????".... Absolutely horrible! I mean, horrible. I couldn't make heads or tails of it. It just sounded like a bunch of dying moaning or something to me. I don't think I heard any music at all, just either moaning or noises. I tell ya, they must have been on some good drugs if they thought they were making music with that one. lol I looked for even one track to download just so there would be something to attach the picture to and I couldn't even find one that made sense. Finally, I said the hell with that particular album and the picture too. lol

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Reply #11 posted 01/08/21 11:43pm

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The 60's were the most seminal w/tremendous talent and innovation. The best Motown acts, Beatles,

Stones, Doors, Otis Redding James Brown, Little Richard, Sly, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, The Kinks, Led Zep, The Who, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Tower of Power, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cream, Wilson Pickett, Elvis.

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Reply #12 posted 01/08/21 11:59pm

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Margot said:

The 60's were the most seminal w/tremendous talent and innovation. The best Motown acts, Beatles,


Stones, Doors, Otis Redding James Brown, Little Richard, Sly, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, The Kinks, Led Zep, The Who, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Tower of Power, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cream, Wilson Pickett, Elvis.




I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry
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Reply #13 posted 01/09/21 12:14pm

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JayCrawford said:

Margot said:

The 60's were the most seminal w/tremendous talent and innovation. The best Motown acts, Beatles,


Stones, Doors, Otis Redding James Brown, Little Richard, Sly, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, The Kinks, Led Zep, The Who, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Tower of Power, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cream, Wilson Pickett, Elvis.




I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry


I would argue that some of those listed- Led Zeppelin, The Who, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, and yes, The Rolling Stones- were producing their BEST work in the 1970s
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jaawwnn said:

Sure but you can't go back.



But the records, and videos, are still available

I have some DVDs of performances from “The Midnight Special “.... for those too young to remember, that was a show that NBC used to air on Friday nights after the Tonight Show. It featured totally LIVE performances from the hit makers of the era, an amazing assortment, from hard and soft rock to funk to R&B and Country. It’s a great chance to see these performers in their prime, usually when the songs were recent hits. I was just watching George Benson and Carlos Santana playing “Breezin” in 1977...

ABC had a show called “In Concert”. I wish they would put that out on DVD
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Reply #15 posted 01/09/21 11:09pm

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jjhunsecker said:

JayCrawford said:
I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry
I would argue that some of those listed- Led Zeppelin, The Who, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, and yes, The Rolling Stones- were producing their BEST work in the 1970s

I prefer Let It Bleed, Beggar's Banquet, Aftermath (late 60's), There were a couple of great albums in the early 70's (71 & 72), Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St.

Van Morrison dropped his most lauded album, Astral Weeks, in 1968. He has continued to evolve but I think Astral Weeks was a high point.

Eric Clapton jammed with Jimi Hendrix in the late 60's. He was also part of Cream 1966-1968 which has always been a highly-repected trio. IMO, he became more commercial in the 70's..."I Shot the Sherriff???" etc.

Led Zep's best albums are primarily in late 60's, 2 are in early 70's.

Perhaps I will amend my opinion. I feel the best music was primarily mid-late 60's with some in very early 70's.

Highly talented artists like Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young continually evolve and are interesting, though Joni and Van got a little too jazz-oriented for my taste.

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:

Sure but you can't go back.



But the records, and videos, are still available

I have some DVDs of performances from “The Midnight Special “.... for those too young to remember, that was a show that NBC used to air on Friday nights after the Tonight Show. It featured totally LIVE performances from the hit makers of the era, an amazing assortment, from hard and soft rock to funk to R&B and Country. It’s a great chance to see these performers in their prime, usually when the songs were recent hits. I was just watching George Benson and Carlos Santana playing “Breezin” in 1977...

ABC had a show called “In Concert”. I wish they would put that out on DVD

Yeah and the great thing is that you can watch all of that without wearing the clothes they wore back then! biggrin The 70s were a good time for music, but a horrible time for fashion!
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SantanaMaitreya said:

jjhunsecker said:



But the records, and videos, are still available

I have some DVDs of performances from “The Midnight Special “.... for those too young to remember, that was a show that NBC used to air on Friday nights after the Tonight Show. It featured totally LIVE performances from the hit makers of the era, an amazing assortment, from hard and soft rock to funk to R&B and Country. It’s a great chance to see these performers in their prime, usually when the songs were recent hits. I was just watching George Benson and Carlos Santana playing “Breezin” in 1977...

ABC had a show called “In Concert”. I wish they would put that out on DVD

Yeah and the great thing is that you can watch all of that without wearing the clothes they wore back then! biggrin The 70s were a good time for music, but a horrible time for fashion!


Ha ! I agree... and I was there
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Margot said:



jjhunsecker said:


JayCrawford said:
I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry

I would argue that some of those listed- Led Zeppelin, The Who, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, and yes, The Rolling Stones- were producing their BEST work in the 1970s


I prefer Let It Bleed, Beggar's Banquet, Aftermath (late 60's), There were a couple of great albums in the early 70's (71 & 72), Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St.


Van Morrison dropped his most lauded album, Astral Weeks, in 1968. He has continued to evolve but I think Astral Weeks was a high point.


Eric Clapton jammed with Jimi Hendrix in the late 60's. He was also part of Cream 1966-1968 which has always been a highly-repected trio. IMO, he became more commercial in the 70's..."I Shot the Sherriff???" etc.


Led Zep's best albums are primarily in late 60's, 2 are in early 70's.


Perhaps I will amend my opinion. I feel the best music was primarily mid-late 60's with some in very early 70's.


Highly talented artists like Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young continually evolve and are interesting, though Joni and Van got a little too jazz-oriented for my taste.


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See, I consider “Exile on Main Street “ to not only be the Stones best album, but perhaps the greatest album ever. “Sticky Fingers “ a close runner up. “Some Girls “ showed that they could adapt to trends like punk and disco.

I love “LZ 1” and “LZ2”, but Zeppelin’s greatest album was “Physical Graffiti “ from 1975, followed by “IV”... I even love “Presence “ , a much underrated album.

Eric Clapton was brilliant with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and with Cream , but his ultimate album will always be “Layla”
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jjhunsecker said:

Margot said:

I prefer Let It Bleed, Beggar's Banquet, Aftermath (late 60's), There were a couple of great albums in the early 70's (71 & 72), Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St.

Van Morrison dropped his most lauded album, Astral Weeks, in 1968. He has continued to evolve but I think Astral Weeks was a high point.

Eric Clapton jammed with Jimi Hendrix in the late 60's. He was also part of Cream 1966-1968 which has always been a highly-repected trio. IMO, he became more commercial in the 70's..."I Shot the Sherriff???" etc.

Led Zep's best albums are primarily in late 60's, 2 are in early 70's.

Perhaps I will amend my opinion. I feel the best music was primarily mid-late 60's with some in very early 70's.

Highly talented artists like Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young continually evolve and are interesting, though Joni and Van got a little too jazz-oriented for my taste.

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See, I consider “Exile on Main Street “ to not only be the Stones best album, but perhaps the greatest album ever. “Sticky Fingers “ a close runner up. “Some Girls “ showed that they could adapt to trends like punk and disco. I love “LZ 1” and “LZ2”, but Zeppelin’s greatest album was “Physical Graffiti “ from 1975, followed by “IV”... I even love “Presence “ , a much underrated album. Eric Clapton was brilliant with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and with Cream , but his ultimate album will always be “Layla”

Don't agree with Layla, it's good but drifted away from his bluesier stuff.I know he was in the midst

of a passionate attraction to 'someone's wife".

Do you know who "Layla" was??

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Reply #20 posted 01/10/21 5:14pm

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Nah, the 80's, but the 70's are probably #2.

Change it one more time..
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Margot said:



jjhunsecker said:


Margot said:



I prefer Let It Bleed, Beggar's Banquet, Aftermath (late 60's), There were a couple of great albums in the early 70's (71 & 72), Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St.


Van Morrison dropped his most lauded album, Astral Weeks, in 1968. He has continued to evolve but I think Astral Weeks was a high point.


Eric Clapton jammed with Jimi Hendrix in the late 60's. He was also part of Cream 1966-1968 which has always been a highly-repected trio. IMO, he became more commercial in the 70's..."I Shot the Sherriff???" etc.


Led Zep's best albums are primarily in late 60's, 2 are in early 70's.


Perhaps I will amend my opinion. I feel the best music was primarily mid-late 60's with some in very early 70's.


Highly talented artists like Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young continually evolve and are interesting, though Joni and Van got a little too jazz-oriented for my taste.



[Edited 1/9/21 23:35pm]



See, I consider “Exile on Main Street “ to not only be the Stones best album, but perhaps the greatest album ever. “Sticky Fingers “ a close runner up. “Some Girls “ showed that they could adapt to trends like punk and disco. I love “LZ 1” and “LZ2”, but Zeppelin’s greatest album was “Physical Graffiti “ from 1975, followed by “IV”... I even love “Presence “ , a much underrated album. Eric Clapton was brilliant with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and with Cream , but his ultimate album will always be “Layla”



Don't agree with Layla, it's good but drifted away from his bluesier stuff.I know he was in the midst


of a passionate attraction to 'someone's wife".


Do you know who "Layla" was??



[Edited 1/10/21 16:13pm]



Go listen to the “Layla” album again... it’s very bluesy, with elements is soul music and gospel. Clapton’s guitar interplay with Duane Allman is breathtaking, and Bobby Whitlock’s vocals and keyboard playing adds an interesting color.

“Layla” was the name of the love interest in a Persian poem from (I believe) the 14th Century. Clapton related the poem to his (then) unrequited love for Patti Harrison, the wife of his friend George Harrison
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lezama said:

Nah, the 80's, but the 70's are probably #2.



I love a lot of songs from the 80s , but the synth sounds on so much of the music grates on my nerves
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Reply #23 posted 01/10/21 7:28pm

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JayCrawford said:

Margot said:

The 60's were the most seminal w/tremendous talent and innovation. The best Motown acts, Beatles,


Stones, Doors, Otis Redding James Brown, Little Richard, Sly, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, The Kinks, Led Zep, The Who, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Tower of Power, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cream, Wilson Pickett, Elvis.




I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry


You never knew that decade, you never knew the Beatles, so you don't know what the thrill of real music is, to discover on the radio the new single of the Beatles, to attend the Woodstock Festival...
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The thing is, you never knew music at its prime.
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Reply #24 posted 01/10/21 9:38pm

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RODSERLING said:

JayCrawford said:
I will talk about the 60s soon don't worry
You never knew that decade, you never knew the Beatles, so you don't know what the thrill of real music is, to discover on the radio the new single of the Beatles, to attend the Woodstock Festival... . The thing is, you never knew music at its prime.

Have to agree.

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Reply #25 posted 01/11/21 8:53am

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You seem to be stuck in your younger days. There is no best decade.

I don't like anything from the 60's but some songs from the 70's.

But thats my opion.

I think the 90's were the best decade, because of all the things that were going on in dance music, but there is a lot of going on these days too.

Maybe you should get spotify and learn a little more about artists nowadays instead of repeating the same thing over and over again.

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Reply #26 posted 01/11/21 9:29am

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How can someone not like anything from the 1960s? confuse
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Reply #27 posted 01/11/21 9:52am

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SantanaMaitreya said:

How can someone not like anything from the 1960s? confuse


Oh I love the 60s! But I truly believe that the 70s were the greatest era for music but the 1960s are definitely second. But if someone were to say the 60s were the greatest. No arguement from me since that era had so many great albums
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Reply #28 posted 01/11/21 9:58am

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SantanaMaitreya said:

How can someone not like anything from the 1960s? confuse

let me think....taste? how can somebody not like chicken?

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Reply #29 posted 01/11/21 10:10am

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How bout dem 80s.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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