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1960′s and 1970′s
TOP 13 ROCK GOD VOCALISTS
When compiling any Top 13 list criteria gets very specific, not only for obvious reasons, but in this case for the karmic reasons of timing, charisma and talent; as that’s what made these Rockers iconic during a rare period of uniqueness of the ’60s and ’70s.
There were many righteous singers to easily fill out a Top 100 – but 00individual likes to keep it concise by deciphering the infamous “Top 13” of all things Rock ‘n’ Roll and Counter Culture.
These Rockers were far more than extraordinary vocalists for Historic Rock Bands –
they were Sonic and Cultural Kinship Symbols of the Outrageous Far Out Fun we were all having – the Big Hippie Rock ‘n’ Roll Extravaganza of the unforgettable,
magickal once-only in History and Rock History era of the ’60s and the ’70s:
The Pinnacle of Rock!
(Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, Blind Faith, Go)
I’m A Man – 1966
Dear Mr. Fantasy – 1967
Can’t Find My Way Home – 1969
Crossing The Line -1976
(Jeff Beck Group, Solo, Faces)
Blues Deluxe – 1968
Old Man River – 1968
Dirty Old Town -1969
I’m Losing You – 1971
Evil Hearted You – 1965
Heart Full of Soul – 1965
Still I’m Sad – 1965
I’m a Man – 1965
Only The Black Rose – 1967
ALVIN LEE, DAVID BOWIE, JACK BRUCE, JOE COCKER
Pop Rock Artists deserve their own Top 13 Pop Vocalists list – the topic of a future post.
Enjoy these other trippy ’60’s and ’70’s
ALBUM TRACK GEMS
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