Every time we talk classic rock we manage to always mention groups like The Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, Styx, John Fogerty, Deep Purple, Rod Stewart, and Judas Priest before it's all said and done.
Once in awhile I have to feature a more modern band on "Metal After Midnight" just because there's some great stuff still coming out. "Spiritual Beggars" aren't what I consider true "Metal" by definition anymore, but it was 1971 they'd be one of the heaviest bands out there...
Most Metalheads would say that "Black Sabbath" are the true kings of Heavy Metal. Their debut was darker and heavier than anything out there at the time. Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple were more bluesy than the strait forward riffs of Black Sabbath.
Besides having one of the coolest names in rock, Buck Dharma was one of the driving forces behind New York City's "Blue Oyster Cult". Their debut came out in 1972 during the days of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath...
The forthcoming 'Rainbow: Live in Munich 1977' offers fans a remastered -- and comprehensive -- glimpse of Ritchie Blackmore's band with Ronnie James Dio and Cozy Powell. In fact, the April 30 release is the only complete performance ever filmed from that era.
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