Rare 60s & 70s - Rock, Blues, Folk, Psychedelic - Deep Album Cuts - Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Beatles, Byrds, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jerry Garcia, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Canned Heat, Doors, Faces!
** ROCK SOLID!! ** The Best Classic Rock & Boogie on the net.No other station plays the variety of artist that we do.This is CLASSIC ROCK WITH A HARDER EDGE, the choice of those who really love their rock, Go check us out at www.24rock.net.
My favorite songs mostly from the 70s. Now I have a few songs from the 80s and others but the bulk of the playlist will always be the 70s.
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70Retro Digital Radio - All Hits of 70s & 60s!
All things must pass. Surf Psycho Radio will be closing it's doors for good on 3-21-08. I'd like to thank the listeners for all their kind words and support through the years.
Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence. -- Robert Fripp
Playing Now: Who, Thin Lizzy, Hendrix, Classic Rock, Ramones, Kinks, Small Faces, Humble Pie, Psychedelic, Caravan, Rory Gallagher, Free, Rush, Hard Rock, Foo Fighters, Elf, Garage, Tomorrow, Atomic Rooster, Motors, Vagrants, Tommy Bolin. Sex Pistols
Top 40 hits and album tracks from '60s, '70s and '80s
Classic Rock For The Soul, 60's 70's 80's Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Soft Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Southern Rock, Prog, Hair Bands, Deep Cuts,
Only the best rock'n'roll oldies of the 60's and early 70's! ▪Animals ▪Beach Boys ▪Beatles ▪Byrds ▪Chicago ▪Donovan ▪Grass Roots ▪Guess Who ▪Hollies ▪Kinks ▪Lovin' Spoonfull ▪Monkees ▪Paul Revere ▪Rascals ▪Rolling Stones ▪Supremes ▪Who -more
One-Hit Wonderland (The greatest one-hit wonders of all time)
Featuring the greatest prog rock and jazz fusion of all time, plus more. Including Jethro Tull, Frank Zappa, Yes, Genesis, Flower Kings, Rush, Kansas, Pat Metheny, Brand X, ELP, Dream Theater, Strawbs, Phish, Dregs, Gentle Giant and many more!
The Greatest Hits Of The 1970's. .
Easy, breezy, cheesy. Relive the best & worst pop of the 70s - Barry, Andy, Helen, Debby and Donny - and everything in between including those one-hit wonders you forgot existed.