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"American Woman" is a song by Canadian rock band 'The Guess Who', first released in January 1970 on the album of the same name and later as a single, which reached no.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song's origins took the form of a live jam at a curling rink concert. The subsequent studio recording features the original almost completely unchanged; only a few lines were added.

Slade - Thanks for the memories - Slade on UK TV 1975. The single reached no.7 in the charts - Slade are a British rock band from Wolverhampton/Walsall. They rose to prominence during the glam rock era of the early 1970s with 17 consecutive top 20 hits and six number ones. The British Hit Singles & Albums names them as the most successful British group of the 1970s based on sales of singles. Genres: Hard rock, glam rock

Stillwater Band Poster - from the Almost Famous Untitled Vinyl Ltd Edition

Alabama Shakes - Hold On (Official Video) \\ I love this song. For a new band, they play with so much soul! A great mix of Southern rock & blues. What I'd imagine The Black Keys would sound had they grown up around Memphis.

Dream A Little Dream Of Me - The Mamas & The Papas - The Mamas and the Papas were an American folk rock vocal group from 1965 to 1968, reuniting briefly in 1971. Released 5 studio albums and 17 singles, six made the top 10. Group members: John Phillips, Canadian Denny Doherty, Cass Elliot, and Michelle Phillips. Their sound was based on four-part vocal harmonies arranged by songwriter and leader, John Phillips, an innovator who adapted folk to the new beat style of the early sixties.

Amboy Dukes, The Journey to the Center of the Mind -- The Amboy Dukes were an American hard rock, acid rock, psychedelic rock, heavy metal rock band of the late 1960s and early 1970s from Detroit, Michigan, best remembered for their hit single "Journey to the Center of the Mind", and for launching the career of Ted Nugent.

▶ REPINNED 3/18/15 ~Atlanta Rhythm Section - "So Into You" BBC 1977 - ARS is an American southern rock band. The band unofficially formed in 1970, when former members of the Candymen and the Classics IV became the session band for the newly opened Studio One in Doraville, Georgia, near Atlanta. The members of the original band were Rodney Justo (singer), Barry Bailey (guitarist), Paul Goddard (bassist), Dean Daughtry (keyboardist) and Robert Nix(drummer) J.R. Cobb joined the band in early…

It doesn't get much better than this: Wet Willie, Marshall Tucker Band, Dickey Betts, Elvin Bishop, Bonnie Bramlett, Sea Level, AND Stillwater!! The Old Grey Whistle Test - Macon Whoopee

Rainy Days and Mondays is a 1971 song by The Carpenters that went to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Easily one of my favorite bands right now. Love them! The Alabama Shakes is southern soul at its finest. | Alabama Shakes "I Ain't the Same" At: Guitar Center

"The Load-Out" is a song co-written and performed live by Jackson Browne from his 1977 album 'Running on Empty'. It is a tribute to his roadies and fans. The song was recorded live. Many radio stations played "The Load-Out" and "Stay" together as a medley, and, although it wasn't released as a single to the public initially, but both showed a peak at no.20.

Magic Carpet Ride is a rock song written by John Kay and Rushton Moreve from the Canadian-American hard rock band Steppenwolf. The song was initially released in 1968 on the album The Second. It was the lead single from that album, peaking at No. 3 in the US, and becoming the bands second-biggest hit, surpassed only by Born to Be Wild. The ...

Ram Jam "Black Betty" - Ram Jam was an American 1970s rock band, known for their 1977 hit single, "Black Betty." The band members were Bill Bartlett (guitar), Pete Charles (drums), Myke Scavone (lead singer), and Howie Arthur Blauvelt (bass). Also, Jimmy Santoro, who toured with the band in support of their debut album, joined on guitar for the follow-up album. Bartlett was formerly lead guitarist for bubblegum group The Lemon Pipers, while Blauvelt played with Billy Joel in two bands.