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It's hard for me to pick just one decade. Even though I'm a young guy I'm a big fan of old contry music due to my dad so I'd say the decades that included George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Jamey Johson etc. we're as good as it gets. 70s and 80s because of rock. Van Halen, Lynyrd Skynrd, Aerosmith etc. as well.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama"
The Doak said...
The Doak said...
Easily the 80's.. As far as best would say late 60's to mid/late 70's followed closely by early 90's rock and hip hop.
Gotta be the 60s just from the standpoint that it was the best time for 2 of my favorite genres classic rock and soul/rnb. 90s also win for the real hip hop and nirvana/pearl jam alternative movement. Anybody who says 2000s or 80s should be castrated.
From 1968 to 1977 was the greatest, is still the greatest and always will be the greatest. Hundreds of songs from this time period will live on forever.
My personal favorite of all time, Lynyrd Skynyrd was and still are the best ever.If not for a plane running out of fuel over Mississippi on Oct.20,1977,"rest in peace Ronnie and Steve" there is no telling how many great songs they would have made together.
How many songs from the 80's, 90's, 00's and today do you think will still be playing on the radio 30 years from now? My guess is not many.
How many from 68 through 77 do most of us still love to hear?
Most of the greatest rock bands in history were together during this time and recorded songs that will live forever.
Lynyrd Skynyrd free bird, simple man, Tuesday's gone, sweet home Alabama and many more.
Bad Company bad company, can't get enough, feel like makin love
CCR I heard it through the grapevine, born on the bayou, who'll stop the rain, have you ever seen the rain
The Eagles hotel California, take it easy
Aerosmith walk this way, dream on, sweet emotion
The Steve Miller Band fly like an eagle, the joker
Pink Floyd another brick in the wall, comfortably numb
The Allman Brothers midnight rider "hear it on the geico commercial everyday" ramblin man
Bob Seger turn the page, night moves
Bob Dylan knockin' on heaven's door
Led Zeppelin stairway to heaven
Carly Simon your so vain
This is just a few. There were hundreds of great bands during this time.
Boston, Van Halen, Deep Purple, Neil Young, The Doors, Santana, Eric Clapton, The Guess Who, Commodores, AC/DC
Doobie Brothers, Kiss, Jimmy Buffet
I could go on and on but this is getting to long to read.
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