Greatest Classic Rock Music Hits | Best Of 70s 80s 90s Rock Songs



Greatest Classic Rock Music Hits | Best Of 70s 80s 90s Rock Songs
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Negative Review For This Voice Over – Classic Rock Radio



After many gigs of satisfied customers I got a random negative review on fiverr.
Here’s the review and the script.

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Cant use at all , sent seller scripts and the wording and phasing is awful,

my response
I didn’t write the script so I had nothing to do with the wording. I would have been happy to re-read but wasn’t asked. I stand by my 100% rating before this gig.

Script
CLASSIC ROCK RADIO

WITH MORE ROCK PER HOUR – CLASSIC ROCK RADIO

FROM YESTERDAY TO TODAY – THE ROCK LEADER CLASSIC ROCK RADIO

thanks Mark

IF YOU LOVE THAT SONG WE JUST PLAYED , THEN YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE THIS SONG PLAYING NOW ON CLASSIC ROCK RADIO.

FROM NEW ROMANTIC TO CLASSIC ROCK , THIS IS CLASSIC ROCK RADIO.

EASY ROCK AND BALLADS ON CLASSIC ROCK RADIO

YOUR LISTENING TO CLASSIC TRACKS AND FUTURE ANTHEMS ON CLASSIC ROCK RADIO.

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Best Classic Rock Songs | Top 33 Greatest Classic Rock Songs ♥ (3 Hours!)



1. Dire Straits — Brothers In Arms [00:00] 2. Pink Floyd — Another Brick In the Wall [06:31] 3. Deep Purple — Child In Time [15:03] 4. Archive — Again [25:19] 5. Pink Floyd — Wish U Were Here [30:46] 6. U2 — One [36:10] 7. Pink Floyd — High Hopes [40:45] 8. The Doors — Love Street [48:41] 9. Omega — Gyongyhaju Lany [51:35] 10. Pink Floyd — Shine On You Crazy Diamond [57:21] 11. Pink Floyd — Comfortably Numb [1:10:46] 12. The Doors — Riders On the Storm [1:17:36] 13. Pink Floyd — Hey You [1:24:46] 14. Marillion – Jigsaw [1:29:30] 15. Guns N’roses — November Rain [1:36:14] 16. Metallica — One [1:45:04] 17. Metallica — The Unforgiven [1:52:29] 18. Marillion — Kayleight [1:58:54] 19. Rolling Stones — Angie [2:02:29] 20. Pink Floyd — Time [2:07:00] 21. The Animals — House of the Rising Sun [2:13:50] 22. Emerson Lake Palmer – For You [2:18:18] 23. Dire Straits — Sultans Of Swing [2:22:46] 24. The Police — Every Breath You Take [2:28:34] 25. The Cure — Lullaby [2:32:46] 26. Pink Floyd — Money [2:36:56] 27. The Police — Roxanne 2:43:24] 28. Deep Purple — Smoke On the Water [2:46:33] 29. Dire Straits & Sting — Money For Nothing [2:56:33] 30. AC DC — Highway To Hell [3:04:57] 31. Janis Joplin — Summertime [3:08:28] 32. Deep Purple – Lalena (BBC Session) [3:12:27]

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classicrock fm



http://www.classicrock.fm – Home of the world famous ClassicRock fm radio broadcast, proudly bringing the best in classic rock music to the people. Find also events, shows, news, & our gallery.

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Picking Up Girls Using Classic Rock Song Titles!



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Rock Songs Used:

Thunderstruck – ACDC
Rock you like a hurricane — The Scorpions
Black Dog — Led Zeppelin
You Shook Me — Led Zeppelin
Foxy Lady — Jimi Hendrix
Hear my train a comin’ — Jimi Hendrix
All along the watchtower — Bob Dylan / Jimi Hendrix
Fire — Jimi Hendrix
Whole lotta love — Led Zeppelin
Over the hills and far away — Led Zeppelin
Ohio — Neil Young
Taking care of business — Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Some kind of wonderful — Grand Funk Railroad
Walk on the wild side — Lou Reed
Pretty woman — Roy Orbinson
Bad to the bone — George Thorogood
Purple haze — Jimi Hendrix
Good day sunshine — The Beatles
Here comes the sun — The Beatles
Blackbird — The Beatles
Rocky Raccoon — The Beatles
Wish you were here — Pink Floyd
Do you want to know a secret — The Beatles
Revolution — The Beatles
With a little help from my friends — The Beatles
Real love — The Beatles
All you need is love — The Beatles
Happiness is a warm gun — The Beatles
Yesterday — The Beatles
American woman — The Guess Who
Michelle — The Beatles
Let it be — The Beatles
When the levee breaks — Led Zeppelin
One bourbon, one scotch, one beer — John Lee Hooker
Crazy little thing called love – Queen
I still haven’t found what I’m looking for — U2
In the air tonight — Phil Collins
Life in the fast lane — The Eagles
Born to be wild — Steppenwolf
Let’s spend the night together — The Rolling Stones
Back in the USSR — The Beatles
Pour some sugar on me — Def Leppard
Good vibrations — The Beach Boys
Comfortably numb — Pink Floyd
Smoke on the water — Deep Purple
Imagine — John Lennon

Music by: Kevin MacLeod

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Duets Country Music – Best Classic Country Love Songs – Greatest Country Music Duets



Duets Country Music – Best Classic Country Love Songs – Greatest Country Music Duets
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David Essex – Rock On (1973)



“Rock On” is a song that was composed and sung by English singer/songwriter David Essex in 1973. In March 1974, it reached #1 in Canada on the RPM national Top Singles chart[1] and was a Top 5 song (reaching the 5 position) on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 pop-music chart. It was Essex’s only Billboard Top 40 hit. The song also reached the #3 spot on the UK Singles Chart. “Rock On” was the title track to Essex’s 1973 debut album and was also featured on the soundtrack album to the 1973 film That’ll Be the Day, in which Essex had a starring role. The song can still frequently be heard on classic rock and oldies radio stations.
The song features a slow-tempo vocal performance in a minor key, along with a minimalist, heavily-bass-driven instrumental accompaniment to Essex’s vocals. The lyric pays homage to early rock and roll and its surrounding youth subculture, and notably to 1950s iconic rebel James Dean. The musical arrangement is quite distinctive. While Essex’s voice is overlaid with reverb, which itself echoes early rock-n-roll production, Herbie Flowers’ bass guitar is inflected with a very obtrusive delay-echo effect. Delay echoes, when run at very high frequencies, transform into reverb. The halting delay effect thus essentialises, but at the same time undercuts, the smooth reverb-laden vocal and its “right” location in a more straightforward 1950s homage. Meanwhile, the delay is radically opposed to clean-cut rock-n-roll rhythms. The song begins with a heartbeat representation, which then is heard to disrupt settled rhythm: the dialectic of life becomes subversive, rather than the youthful and joyous “heart” of rock’s typical bass drum/snare drum alternation. The bass guitar is the “wrong” instrument to be echo-delayed. Such musico-conceptual tensions give rise to the recording’s unsettled, dislocated feel, which is further intensified by haunting proto-disco strings and a soulful Motown-esque male voice in occasional harmony. Essex’s first hit pop single is like nothing he recorded subsequently as a UK teenybop idol. “Rock On” can be linked to Don McLean’s 1971 song, “American Pie”, as a mysterious valediction for the recent past. “Rock On” might otherwise be located within the 1950s nostalgia strand in popular music of the 1970s; though in this context, Essex’s allusive, ambiguous song is quite unlike typical expressions of the nostalgia boom, for example the hits of the UK band Showaddywaddy.

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Top 10 Guitar Hero Songs



Remember! These 10 songs aren’t the hardest songs (some of them are hard) but these songs are supposed to be the top 10 songs that you remember from all the guitar hero games.

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10. Dragonforce – Fury Of The Storm : Guitar Hero Warriors of the rock
9. Motörhead – Ace of Spades : Guitar Hero 1
8. Eric Johnson – Cliffs of Dover : Guitar Hero 3
7. Van Halen – Eruption : Guitar Hero Van Halen
6. Metallica – One : GH3/Metallica
5. Eagles – Hotel California : Guitar Hero World Tour
4. Foghat – Slowride : Guitar Hero 3
3. The Devil Went Down To Georgia : GH 3 Final Battle
2. Buckethead – Jordan : Guitar Hero 2 / GH2
1. Dragonforce – Through the Fire and the Flames : Guitar Hero 3

-All of these songs were played with expert and fc:d ( 100% )

Thanks to UKOGMonkey and GuitarHeroPhenom & some other people for the sick gameplay! (Other gameplayers are in the left corner of this video)

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