Tag Archives: 1970

  • the VELVET UNDERGROUND ” Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ ” 1970

    Clip for the song Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ by The Velvet Underground Lou Reed ,Doug Yule ,Sterling Morrison & Billy Yule. released on Cotillion Records 1970

  • Traffic – Empty Pages (1970)

    Traffic – Empty Pages ~ John Barleycorn “Empty Pages” (Winwood/Capaldi) Steve Winwood – vocals, Hammond organ, electric piano, bass; Chris Wood – Hammond organ; Jim Capaldi – drums, percussion Winwood/Capaldi) Found someone who can comfort me, but there are always exceptions And she’s good at appearing sane, but I just want you to know She’s […]

  • Suck – Season of the Witch (1970)

    From the album Time to Suck, 1970 Official release of this rare South African hard rock album from 1971 that contains wild heavy guitars and screaming vocals that is on par with any UK underground rock act from that period. Excellent cover versions of ‘Into the Fire’ Deep Purple, ‘War Pigs’ Sabbath and an extended […]

  • UFO – Boogie (1970) HQ

    UFO – UFO 1 (1971) UK, Hard Rock, Space Rock

  • Sweet Smoke – Baby Night (1970) HQ

    Sweet Smoke – Just A Poke (1970) US , Jazz Fusion, Progressive Rock, Krautrock, Prog-Psych.

  • Mungo Jerry – In The Summertime ORIGINAL 1970

    This video clip was made in 1970, and is the original Mungo Jerry line up that recorded In The Summertime, this is not to be confused with the version that has been posted by AMIMEDIA. Song: In The Summertime ______________________________________________ FOLLOW MUNGO JERRY: Facebook: //www.facebook.com/mungojerryofficial Twitter: //twitter.com/MungoJerryLTD Soundcloud://soundcloud.com/mungojerryofficial Intstagram://instagram.com/mungojerry1970 Official Website: //www.mungojerry.com Get the Official […]

  • Christie – Yellow River – 1970

    Video original de 1970 filmado en el río Támesis, junto al Big Ben en Londres, Inglaterra.

  • EKSEPTION – On Sunday they will kill the world (1970) w. lyrics

    Ekseption was a Dutch progressive rock ensemble with changing membership, active from 1967 to 1989, growing out of the bands The Jokers and Incrowd. The group started out playing jazz, pop and R&B covers, but, impressed by a gig of The Nice, Rick van der Linden decided to concentrate on producing classical rock, modern re-interpretations […]

  • Hard Meat – I Want You .1970

    From “Through A Window” Sleeve Notes “Many changes have developed since the first album and this, the second record, represents the middle of something that we started long ago. Pete Westbrook and Phil Jump joined in on flute and keyboard respectively. The band consists of Mick Dolan on six and twelve string acoustic guitars, six […]