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#4
Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Pink Floyd, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Black Sabbath.
Yea i know i could have seen Sabbath at ozzfest but i want to see them in thier prime .
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#7
The Who in their Keith Moon days, Zep, Cream, Zappa, not really classic rock but Buddy Guy in his prime, Albert King, Freddy King, Srv, too many to name...
#8
blink 182


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EDIT: well...not that i wasnt old enough...just i wasnt really into them when they were big.
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blink 182


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EDIT: well...not that i wasnt old enough...just i wasnt really into them when they were big.


blink 182 split like 2 years ago or something ?_?,

anyway, for me almost every band pre 1991, or at least before i even started playing guitar. but id love to have seen Jason Becker
#12
Hendrix, SRV, Genesis (w/ Peter Gabriel), Zappa and the Mothers, and Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie.

I would want to see Zep at that Albert Hall show too.
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#14
The bands I would want to see most in their prime(s), would have to be...
Cream, The Doors, Yes, CSNY, The Who, Traffic, Santana, Ten Years After, The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead in the 60's, and of course, Frank Zappa & The MOI (60's Mothers, not 70's +).... God there are tooo many to name that I would have liked to see, in their prime.
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#15
Definitely Zeppelin an the original G'n'R. Also Deep Purple before they lost their sound
#16
P.S. i notice a lot of people saying Black Sabbath but i saw them only a year or two ago at download
#17
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P.S. i notice a lot of people saying Black Sabbath but i saw them only a year or two ago at download


a.) You have an edit button.

b.) They are probably referring to Sabbath in their prime. I saw Ozzy this year and it's just not the same.
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#18
Pink Floyd - Pre '83
Zep
Rush
Who
Dead
Allman Bros.
etc.
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#19
The Yardbirds with Jeff Beck and Paul Samwell-Smith, AC/DC, Howlin' Wolf, The Velvet Underground. Frank Zappa. I pretty much completely hate living nowadays.
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#21
Metallica (w/ Cliff, before they were a bunch of pussies)
Led Zep of course
GNR
The Clash
Queen (w/ Freddie)
Journey (w/ Steve Perry)
The Doors
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#22
Cream
Pink Floyd
Stones (saw them twice, wish i could see them in their prime!)
Hendrix

and all the other bands i listen too
#23
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How the hell did I miss that?

Well, a few bands I wish I could've seen live would've been the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Led Zeppelin.
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#24
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin
The Doors, saw Riders On The Storm though
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Dire Straits
Yes, only the early days, can't stand that Owner Of A Lonely Heart stuff - Fragile and The Yes Album ftw!
Genesis, only with Gabriel, again I only love the early Days, Lamb Lies Down and Selling England
Rush, actually I saw them in '04... but it's just not the same

There is no dark side of the moon, as a matter of fact, it's all dark.

My last.fm

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#25
Easily queen with freddie.
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#26
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that's pretty funny. Probably just a typo.

Anyway, I wish I could have seen Pink Floyd live during any time and probably quite a lot of others also which I can't think of right now
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#27
Led Zeppelin for sure and Pink Floyd would be amazing.


David Gilmour came by and played a concert but it was too late when I found out.

I even missed Robert Plant when he did a tour.


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Opps!! my bad anyways the above bands I mentioned were ones I wanted to see.
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#28
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I even missed Robert Plant when he did a tour.
...


same here , afterwards I heard by a friend of my father that it was an amazing concert

There is no dark side of the moon, as a matter of fact, it's all dark.

My last.fm

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#29
Zeppelin ('72 ), Hendrix (with Cox and Mitch), Cream, the Stones (early '70s), Sabbath (mid 70s), AC/DC (with Bon Scott), the Who (with Keith Moon), Pink Floyd (the Barrett days, before the crazy Barrett days), Sex Pistols (before they were famous) and Deep Purple (Mk II)

I know, picky bastard but meh
#32
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that doesn't make much sense...

Probably DownDark.

edit: unless hes in a tie for first.
DownDark/FreddieMercury are about equal in liking Queen, though one is much less of a pain in the ass then the other. Not going to say who is who though
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#33
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that doesn't make much sense...


My comment, or the title?

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DownDark/FreddieMercury are about equal in liking Queen, though one is much less of a pain in the ass then the other. Not going to say who is who though


Umm.... hold on Trebek, I know this one...
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#34
^^the title
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#35
how bout' floyd in the barret days AAANNNDDD the CRAZY barret days...
#36
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^^the title


lol ok.

get-born, change the damn title already
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#39
the Doors
Jimi Hendrix
Black Sabbath
Bob Marley
Cream
Led Zeppelin
Steppenwolf
The Beatles
Canned Heat
Uriah Heep- in their David Byron era
John Sebastian- don't really know what he's doing...
Manfredd Mann's Earth Band
Pink Floyd- Syd Barrett era or early pink floyd before dark side of the moon(not that thats bad)
Ravi Shankar- i have no idea if this guy's still around or not
Santana- the early years
Supertramp- from the early 70's to early 80's
Velvet Underground

i think thats all of them
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#40
Ravi Shankar is still alive and touring.
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