Max Aston – Rolling Rock Show 13 March 2010

Track Band Album Yr Track
Name
Time Comment
7 Led
Zeppelin
Led
Zeppelin III
1970 Immigrant
Song
2.25 Known
as the definitive Heavy Metal band
1 Black
Sabbath
Black
Sabbath
1970 Black
Sabbath
6.19 Debut
album from the four teenage friends from Aston, Birmingham
1 Jethro
Tull
Aqualung 1971 Aqualung 6.31 First
Tull album I bought, First wife Jenny co-wrote the song
2 Gentle
Giant
Acquiring
The Taste
1971 Edge
of Twilight
3.49 Band
born out of the ruins of Simon Dupree & The Big Sound (an R&B
based outfit)
5 Santana Santana
III
1971 Everybody’s
Everything
3.33 Greg
Rollie on lead vocals
8 Deep
Purple
Machine
Head
1972 Smoke
On The Water
5.40 Inspired
by a fire at the venue the band planned to use to record the album
6 Humble
Pie
Smokin’ 1972 30
Days In The Hole
3.57 3rd
album, by this time Frampton had left and been replaced by Clem Clemson
1 David
Bowie
Aladdin
Sane
1973 Jean
Genie
4.08 Reached
no. 2 in the Charts
3 String
Driven Thing
The
Machine That Cried
1973 Night
Club
5.05 Scottosh
band, led by the husband and wife team of Chris and Pauline Adams
1 Lynyrd
Skynyrd
Second
Helping
1974 Sweet
Home Alabama
4.45 2nd
album, Southern Rock at its finest
6 U.F.O. Phenomenon 1974 Oh
My
3.10 Vocalist
Phil Mogg
3 Rory
Gallagher
Irish
Tour
1974 Tattoo’d
Lady
5.04 Irish
Guitarist, passed away in 1995 at the age of 47
2 Bad
Company
Straight
Shooter
1975 Feel
Like Making Love
5.14 Paul
Rodgers on vocals
3 Pure
Prairie League
Two
Lane Highway
1975 Runner 2.39 Lead
vocalist Craig Fuller had left band and was replaced by Larry Goshorn
6 Blondie Blondie 1976 X
Offender
3.12 The
band’s first single
1 Steely
Dan
The
Royal Scam
1976 Kid
Charlemagne
4.38 Fifth
album, Guitar Solo by Larry Carlton
13 Supertramp Even
In The Quietest Moments
1977 Give
A Little Bit
4.08 The
band’s biggest hit
2 10cc Deceptive
Bends
1977 The
Things We Do For Love
3.29 Band
initially known as ‘Hotlegs’, song is a Beatles pastiche
10 Genesis And
Then There Were Three
1978 The
Lady Lies
6.05 9th
album, second phase of the band
9 Rainbow Long
Live Rock ‘n’ Roll
1978 Long
Live Rock ‘n’ Roll
4.24 Band
features Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio on vocals
8 The
Stranglers
Black
And White
1978 Nice
‘N’ Sleazy
3.12 1st
single from 3rd album
7 Elvis
Costello
Armed
Forces
1979 Accidents
Will Happen
3.01 3rd
album, 2nd with the Attractions
4 Pink
Floyd
The
Wall
1979 Comfortably
Numb
6.53 11th
album, Roger Waters penned song
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