• The Smiths, Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Who and Dean Friedman's Magical All-Star Mystery Band.
  • i dont listen to bands
  • ABCDE Rob Daddy Boko.
  • The Doors, Zep, Bon Scott's AC/DC, Govt Mule
  • Tommy Dorsey, Glen Ford, Lewis Armstrong, and several others from the 1930's and 40's. Those were real bands.
  • Back in the day it was The Stones, Kiss, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Lisa Lisa and cult jam. But a lot of my favorite music was artists and not bands per se. Over the years I've become more fond of spiritual music. I loved Elvis and Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, Bluble, And even old blue eyes and Sammy Davis jr. Hank Sr. and Jr but that's back to my mom's music.
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. I frankly don't understand why it isn't everybody's favorite.
    • Kevin1960
      Neil Young is a looney toon. Music's good, though.
      Hulk: Never liked their particular style of music. Something about the sound just never "grabbed" me. Lots of other music from that era does, though...
    • Beat Covid, Avoid Republicans
      @biblereviews: Well, its an acquired taste. Neil Young takes scales from his guitar and mixes the notes from other octaves. It gives it a "bumpy buggy" effect. Not for everyone but I like it.
  • *!* rubber bands *2* waist bands . . . . Seriously thinking of the bands who have produced the most "great songs" (in my opinion, and ignoring how many bad or boring songs they've put out)...** Rush ** The Beatles ** Dire Straits ** Yes ** Red Rider ** . . . . Runners up: ** U2 ** Jefferson Starship ** Heart ** INXS ** The Mamas and the Papas ** Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass ** Peter, Paul & Mary ** Asia ** The Moody Blues ** Blue Oyster Cult

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