19 comments on “Top Ten Historic Classic Rock Concerts 1972-1975 . # 6 FACES! ROD STEWART! and #5 YES!

  1. I was at that Rod Stewart concert, upstairs at the Palladium……and the Yes concert as well….and any other concert I could get to in California.
    I bet we know each other. 🙂

    • I met many people back in the day as we experienced the true Social Network, personally, face-to-face, real human interactions so I guess it’s possible! I lived in the LAX/Playa Del Rey/Inglewood/Redondo Beach areas in the ’60s and ’70s so if you were a denizen it could be highly likely!
      In any case, you know the vibe and the concert experiences back then – truly magical days! We were blessed.

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  7. One of the first concerts I went to @ the Forum, is not listed! it was a triple bill, with Grand Funk, Black Sabbath & Yes. It was in the early 70s

    • You may be thinking of Mar 15 1972 at Inglewood’s (Los Angeles) Great Western Forum. The night began with Wild Turkey, a band formed by Glenn Cornick after he left Jethro Tull. They were new to me, but released a couple good albums before disbanding. Then Yes took the stage. Rick Wakeman had a keyboard pit to the right of the stage where he was surrounded by ebony and ivories including a full-sized grand piano. Black Sabbath followed. An all-time favorite concert for me.

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  15. Like you my memory is a bit foggy on the details. I saw Rod Stewart at the Palladium with an Om Papa band opening for them because the act that was supposed to open for them cancelled. It was crazy. Was this the same one? I know that it was the early 70’s. Also, I saw Rod at The Forum. Was he on the bill with with Yes? I do remember seeing both of them there, but not so sure they were on the same bill. I have a ticket to see Rod in June at the Hollywood Bowl. Back in the day I was a Go Go Dancer at The Teen Fairs.

  16. Yes, the opening act were an Om Pa Pa band – that was a great concert.
    No, they were never billed together – separate concerts.
    All right! Teen age Fair! Go Go Dancers! I attended – and I’m sure I checked you out back then. Good times!
    Have a great time with Rod at the Bowl this Summer!

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