#1
Hey UGers! I keep hearing about bands like the White Stripes, Black Crowes, and Fleet Foxes playing rock reminiscent of the 60's and 70's (or at least drawing heavy influences on them). Agree? Any other bands that do this?
#2
You mean the blues?

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#4
I hope it's a trend that catches people's attention
Too much alt, -core genres in music nowadays...
#7
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You mean the blues?

Not so much the blues in the case of Fleet Foxes (at least, as far as I've heard), they're more reminiscent of the folk-rock side of CSNY i hope people don't compare them too much though...
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Them Crooked Vultures for sure.

I've been wondering about them. I'd like to listen to them if just for John Paul Jones.
#10
I don't really get the point of bands trying to sound more like classic rock. Isn't music supposed to evolve? If it didn't we'd still have just one genre of music....
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#11
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I don't really get the point of bands trying to sound more like classic rock. Isn't music supposed to evolve? If it didn't we'd still have just one genre of music....

Don't you know things come back?
#12
The Black Crowes are good.

Check the Classic Rock Recommendation Thread #2 or the recommendation thread in the Modern Rock forum for more.

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