The 1970s and 1980s are rightly considered to be the period of the flowering of rock music.
It was in this span that the hits of the most famous and popular rock bands were written.
Until now, people are wondering which rock bands were the best.
In the 1970s and 1980s, a large number ofGroups, mastering and developing a new direction in music - hard rock. This style of music appeared even with the arrival of such a popular band as the Beatles - it was these four Britons that started the rock music, heavy metal and other modern styles of heavy music.
The best bands of the time
Making a list of the best rock bands of the 70'sIt is difficult to make a choice in favor of this or that team. The reason is simple - almost all the groups of that time were new in their way, peculiar, interesting and attractive in terms of performance and writing music. Groups Deep Purple, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Nazareth, Motley Crue, AC / DC, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd are in the lead on the list of the best rock bands of the 70-80s. The features of each group should be discussed separately.
It often happens that the group becomes famousThanks to the great voice of the vocalist and his charm. It is to such groups that include The Doors and Led Zeppelin. The combination of blues intonations and aggressive hard vocal made these two groups unforgettable and recognizable from hundreds of other teams. It's safe to say that by listening to a couple of songs of this group, you can learn and their other compositions.
Also worth noting is that most of the songs"Zeppelinov" and Jim Morrison became real hits. Such popularity was achieved through the use of various effects of power tools (mainly musicians created them themselves, because at that time there was no good equipment capable of synthesizing sound), as well as "catching" motifs and guitar riffs. For example, the song "Stairway to heaven" by Led Zeppelin or the song "The end" by The Doors.
Among the groups in which they played and playedTalented guitarists, you should list AC / DC with Angus Young, Led Zeppelin with Jimmy Page and Deep Purple with Richie Blackmore. And to this day many beginning guitarists from around the world are trying to imitate these famous musicians.
There were also bands that became famous for theirSpectacular performances. Undoubtedly, the first place among such teams could be given to the band Pink Floyd and her famous song Another brick in the wall.
In conclusion, I would like to say thatA hard list of the best bands of the 70-80s would be wrong and even blasphemous, since it is impossible to choose the best of the most popular, talented and recognized teams. It will be much more correct to make classifications of groups of that time by such parameters as the complexity and beauty of the vocals, the technique of playing musical instruments and the vitality of the lyrics.