51 Classic Riffs From The 1970s

Here is 51 classic riffs from the 1970s! What an amazing era to have grown up in! \m/

 

 

1970 

Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin 1970 (Led Zeppelin III) 
Paranoid by Black Sabbath 1970 (Paranoid) 
Layla by Derek & The Dominos 1970 (Layla & Other Assorted love songs) 
Roadhouse Blues by The Doors (Morrison Hotel) 
Alright Now by Free 

1971 

6. Black Dog/ Rock and Roll by Led Zeppelin 1971(Led Zeppelin IV) 

7. Bitch by The Rolling Stones 1971 (Sticky Fingers) 

8. Get It on by T-Rex 1971 (electric warrior) 

9. I’m Eighteen by Alice Cooper (Love It To Death) 

1972 

10. Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple 1972 (Machine Head) 

11. Money by Pink Floyd 1972 (Dark Side Of The Moon) 

12. Cities On Flame With Rock & Roll by Blue Oyster Cult (blue oyster cult…) 

1973 

13. The Ocean by Led Zeppelin 1973 (Houses Of The Holy) 

14. Mamma Kin by Aerosmith 1973 (Aerosmtih) 

15. Gimme Three Steps by Lynyrd Skynyrd 1973 (Lynyrd Skynyrd) 

16. La Grange by ZZ Top 1973 (Tres Hombres) 

17. 20th Century Boy by T-rex (Tanx) 

18. The Rocker by Thin Lizzy 1973 (vagabonds of western world) 

19. Saturday Nights Alright For Fighting by Elton John (goodbye yellow brick road) 

20. Long Train Runnin’ by The Doobie Brothers (the captain and me) 

1974 

21. Burn by Deep Purple 1974 (Burn) 

22. Same Old Song And Dance by Aerosmith 1974 (Get Your Wings) 

23.  Stone Cold Crazy by Queen 1974 (Sheer Heart Attack) 

24. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd 1974 (Second Helping) 

25. What You’re Doing by Rush 1974 (Rush) 

1975 

26. Getting’ Tighter by Deep Purple 1975 (Come Taste The Band) 

27. Walk This way by Aerosmith 1975 (Toys In The Attic) 

28. Tush by ZZ Top 1975 (Fandango) 

29 . Hair Of The Dog by Nazareth (Hair Of The Dog) 

1976 

30. Tie Your Mother Down by Queen 1976 (A Day At The Races) 

31. Victim Of Changes by Judas Priest (Sad Wings Of Destiny) 

32. Jailbreak by Thin Lizzy  1976(Jailbreak) 

33. TNT by AC/DC (High Voltage) 

34. Don’t Fear The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult (Agents Of Fortune) 

35. More Than A Feeling by Boston (Boston) 

36.  Life In The Fast Lane by The Eagles (Hotel California) 

1977 

37. Bad Reputation by Thin Lizzy (Bad Reputation) 

38. Whole Lotta Rosie by AC/DC (Let There Be Rock) 

39. God Save The Queen by The Sex Pistols (Never Mind The Bollocks) 

40. Godzilla by Blue Oyster Cult (spectres) 

41. Cocaine by Eric Clapton (slowhand) 

1978 

42. Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen 1978 (Jazz) 

43. Feel Your Love Tonight by Van Halen (van halen) 

44. Hold The Line by Toto (Toto) 

45. Don’t Look Back by Boston (Don’t Look Back) 

46. Sultans Of Swing by Dire Straits (dire straits) 

1979 

47. Another Brick In The Wall Pt.2 by Pink Floyd (the Wall) 

48. Hell Bent For Leather by Judas Priest (Killing Machine) 

49. Highway To Hell by AC/DC (Highway To Hell) 

50. Somebody Get Me A Doctor by Van Halen 

51. Message In A Bottle by The Police (Reggatta De Blac)

2 comments

  • carl

    carl uk

    definately some top riffs

    definately some top riffs

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