Gold and PlatinumDisc One
1."Down South Jukin'" 2:12 BMI2."Saturday Night Special" 5:08 BMI3."Gimme Three Steps (Live)" 5:00 BMI4."What's Your Name?" 3:31 BMI5."You Got That Right" 3:46 BMI6."Gimme Back My Bullets" 3:28 BMI7."Sweet Home Alabama" 4:44 BMI8."Free Bird (Live)" 14:10 BMIDisc Two
1."That Smell" 5:47 BMI2."On The Hunt" 5:25 BMI3."I Ain't The One (Live)" 3:17 BMI4."Whiskey Rock-A-Roller" 4:33 5."Simple Man" 5:57 BMI6."I Know A Little" 3:28 BMI7."Tuesday's Gone" 7:32 BMI8."Comin' Home" 5:30 BMI
Can it get any better?
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You bet, Riverboat. I'm always amazed at the arrangements and the complexity of the Moody Blues. The wrote some beautiful pieces. And a heads up, they will likely appear once more on one of my lists.
Thanks BSpotter. Man, I love Iggy and the Stooges. There are so many great bands that I had to leave out that it hurts. When I started this list, I had no idea just how hard it would be. You can often forget how many great acts and songs there are out there until you start pulling together a list like this.
Nick, great article. It's hard to have a conversation about the heaviness of the early 1970s without mentioning (Iggy Pop &) The Stooges, who're considered by some as the Godfathers of Punk.
A few tracks from my favorite Stooges album, Raw Power:• Shake Appeal - www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzwDdg184U• Raw Power - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mZ0sSStW6Y• Search And Destroy - www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDNzQ3CXspU• Gimme Danger - www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tp4srXRZDI