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GRX40  
1 Oct 2008 21:13 | Quote
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Who had the most influence on classic rock? In that case, I'd probably say Robert Johnson or Leadbelly or some other old time bluesman. A lot of the classic rock bands just took old blues songs and redid them.

If you mean the most influential classic rocker? I'm not really sure...
baudelaire  
1 Oct 2008 21:50 | Quote
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who cares? classic rock has about the heaviest shit - quality ratio of any genre.
RA  
1 Oct 2008 21:51 | Quote
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rock is so vast even in just your classic rock (term i have problems with) it is impossible. As Robby Krieger said for deciding to go into rock not jazz,

"Records got me into the blues. Some of the newer rock 'n' roll, such as the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. If it hadn't been for Butterfield going electric, I probably wouldn't have gone rock 'n' roll. I didn't plan on rock 'n' roll. I wanted to learn jazz; I got to know some people doing rock 'n' roll with jazz, and I thought I could make money playing music. In rock 'n' roll you can realize anything that you can in jazz or anything. There's no limitation other than the beat. You have more freedom than you do in anything except jazz - which is dying - as far as making any money is concerned."

basically saying rock had no set rules as what could be done besides the beat which was Proved to be wrong in the long run any way. the fact is that Sun RA is as much of an influence in classic rock as anyone. it really depends on the band to find the influence because they were all so different but something tied them to gather and if anyone knows please tell me
EMB5490  
1 Oct 2008 22:09 | Quote
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randy rhoad, allen collins, jimmy hendrix, im the one who made randy, just think, 2 maj albums, i think both platinums, and both top 10s, made rock history then died, if u can do tht much in 2 freaking years?!?
BodomBeachTerror  
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EMB5490 says:
randy rhoad, allen collins, jimmy hendrix, im the one who made randy, just think, 2 maj albums, i think both platinums, and both top 10s, made rock history then died, if u can do tht much in 2 freaking years?!?


well thats cuz Ozzy was in a very grand band called Black Sabbath, so people already loved him.. not saying Randy is bad tho, i like him too
TheAmericanBrit  
1 Oct 2008 22:19 | Quote
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Depends on what you define as Classic Rock. Some say Led Zep is Metal, some say it's Classic Rock.
BodomBeachTerror  
1 Oct 2008 22:22 | Quote
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Alice Cooper ftw
TheAmericanBrit  
1 Oct 2008 22:26 | Quote
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Anyway, I would say
baudelaire says:
who cares? classic rock has about the heaviest shit - quality ratio of any genre.


Death Metal (and related trash) says otherwise.
baudelaire  
1 Oct 2008 23:27 | Quote
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ehh... i don't really consider that... i never really... yeah, you're right. alright, so death metal and friends is worse then then rock in terms of general shittiness.
EMB5490  
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@who ever said my penis....tht wasnt funny. just stupid.
JazzMaverick  
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Everyone gets their kicks out of some sexual topic every now and then. Just have to live with it.

I'm not really fussed on who's the most influencial classic rock artist. It's always down to opinion.
league  
2 Oct 2008 10:27 | Quote
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THe Beatles.
TheAmericanBrit  
2 Oct 2008 14:03 | Quote
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The Beatles.
BodomBeachTerror  
2 Oct 2008 14:20 | Quote
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Mozart isnt rock...
JazzMaverick  
2 Oct 2008 14:21 | Quote
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hahah! Who put Mozart? Bravo!
TheAmericanBrit  
2 Oct 2008 14:50 | Quote
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Baud did, I'm sure.
baudelaire  
2 Oct 2008 15:28 | Quote
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fuck off, i didn't.
EMB5490  
2 Oct 2008 15:31 | Quote
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randy rhoads influenced me, but the beatles were the original influencers on rock.
TheAmericanBrit  
2 Oct 2008 15:31 | Quote
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NICE SWEATER!

Sorry, I have nice tourettesLOVELY HAT!
GRX40  
2 Oct 2008 15:59 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
randy rhoads influenced me, but the beatles were the original influencers on rock.

Chuck Berry and Elvis came before them though, and influenced people before they were around.
EMB5490  
2 Oct 2008 16:06 | Quote
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elvis wasnt rock to me, chuck berry was....ehhhhh but thts true elvis was one of the first to bring on the "new" rock music.
TheAmericanBrit  
2 Oct 2008 16:15 | Quote
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Again, it depends on what you think Rock is. For some, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis were Rock while for others, they were Country.



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