Classic Rock

Hard Rock band from Long Island, New York (USA).

00:00 - Career of Evil
03:59 - Subhuman
08:38 - Dominance and Submission
14:01 - ME 262
18:48 - Cagey Cretins
22:05 - Harvester of Eyes
26:47 - Flaming Telepaths
32:06 - Astronomy

British psychedelic rock band active in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

00:00 - Nobody
03:57 - In Search of Something
10:19 - Dusty Track
18:15 - Man Made Laws
24:14 - Ain't No Chance to Score
27:22 - Pretty Woman
33:01 - Freedom
38:12 - Frustrated Woman

Blossom Toes - Love Bomb, from the 1969 LP, "If Only for a Moment."

English Psychedelic Pop band active between 1967 and 1969. Initially known as The Ingoes.
Via Discogs:

Alkana - Montezuma's Revenge, from the 1978 LP, "Welcome to My Paradise."

Rush - Closer to the Heart, from the 1977 LP, "A Farewell to Kings."

R.I.P., Neil Peart

Mountain - Never in My Life, from the 1970 LP, "Climbing!"
Long Island, New York

Trapeze - Black Cloud, from the 1970 LP, "Medusa."

English rock band formed in March 1969 in Cannock, Staffordshire. Members included, at various times: Mel Galley, Glenn Hughes, Dave Holland, Geoff Downes, Craig Erickson. Via Discogs:

All Saved Freak Band - All Across the Nation, from the 1980 LP, "Sower."

Krokodil - Rabatz, from the 1972 LP, "Getting Up for the Morning."

Krokodil was a Swiss band that emerged in the late 60's as a blues-rock band that put progressive touches into their music. They were of German-Swiss extraction with bassist and guitarist Terry Stevens being the only foreigner in the band, coming form England. Via Progarchives:

Tymepiece - I Love, You Love, from the 1971 LP, "Sweet Release."

Tymepiece originated in the Blue Mountains area around Lithgow (NSW), and comprised an incredibly accomplished bunch of musicians. They began life in 1965 as The Black Diamonds, one of the most ferocious garage/punk outfits Australia ever produced. More here:

Uriah Heep - Love Machine, from the 1971 LP, "Look at Yourself."

Luv Machine - Witches Wand, from the 1971 LP, "Luv Machine."

Formed in the tropical climates of Barbados 1967, The Luv Machine relocated to the UK in late 1968 to seek fame and fortune in those swinging times. The band started out playing the underground black soul clubs of the Midlands area. Their sound was a lot harder than the initial club circuit in which they were being booked. Influenced by Hendrix, Cream, Creedence Clearwater Revival and other more obscure hard rock bands of the time, Luv Machine managed to combine elements of both rock & soulful psych with a funky progressive groove. Added to this was a Caribbean vibe, which made them completely unique amongst rivals of the day. The bands self titled debut album that was released for Polydor in 1971, has become a much revered and collectable item amongst collectors and fans of the era. Unfortunately the band split before the album was actually released, which meant it was never actually given the publicity it surely deserved. Via Discogs:

Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies, from the 1973 LP, "Billion Dollar Babies."
Alice Cooper and Donovan on vocals.

Rory Gallagher - Secret Agent, from the 1976 LP, "Calling Card."

Irish guitarist and songwriter (born 2nd March, 1948, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal - died 14th June, 1995, London). One of the most influential guitarists of all times. Gallagher was a master on his Fender Stratocaster in playing the blues (as a born Irishman). He was also a stage "beast" (proof of which the various great live albums). A musical purist who refused to release singles or music videos and turned down the opportunity to join The Rolling Stones in the 1970's. A rumoured chronic alcoholic, Rory became ill on tour in the Netherlands and later died in London due to complications arising from a liver transplant. Via Discogs:

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Scorpions - Lonesome Crow [Full Album] (1972)

Side One
00:00 I'm Going Mad
04:56 It All Depends
08:25 Leave Me
13:31 In Search of the Peace Of Mind

Side Two
18:31 Inheritance
23:12 Action
27:10 Lonesome Crow

Scorpions - The Sails of Charon, from the 1977 LP, "Taken by Force."

Mott the Hoople - Sweet Jane, from the 1972 LP, "All the Young Dudes."

Official music video for Overkill.

Overkill appears on Motörhead’s album ‘Overkill’. Originally released on Bronze Records on 24th March 1979, produced by Jimmy Miller. The line up on this album was Lemmy, Fast Eddie Clarke and Philthy Animal Taylor.

Only way to feel the noise is when it's good and loud
So good I can't believe it, screaming with the crowd
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Overkill, overkill, overkill
On your feet you feel the beat, it goes straight to your spine
Shake your head you must be dead if it don't make you fly
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Overkill, overkill, overkill
Know your body's made to move, ya feel it in your guts
Rock 'n' roll ain't worth the name if it don't make ya strut
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Don't sweat it, we'll get it back to you
Overkill, overkill, overkill

Budgie - (a) Napoleon Bona-Part One, (b) Napoleon Bona-Part Two, from the 1975 LP, "Bandolier."

Montrose - Space Station #5, from the 1973 LP, "Montrose."

Rolling Stones - Monkey Man, from the 1969 album, "Let it Bleed."

Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) - 10538 Overture, from the 1971 LP, "The Electric Light Orchestra."

Bachman-Turner Overdrive (BTO) - Not Fragile, from the 1974 LP, "Not Fragile."

Atomic Rooster - Devil's Answer, Single from 1971.

For the U.S. version with Pete French on vocals, click here:

Uriah Heep - Gypsy, from the 1970 LP, "...Very 'Eavy Very 'Umble..."


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