1970 Rock music is part of the popular genre because people are looking for something original and classic. It was said that rock music of the 1970s was far better than the style that people hear today because 1970s rock music was a legitimate form of music. There were composers who were very talented from rock music in the 1970s, and many were even considered Masters.
The 1970s rock era increasingly looks like the last big era of rock music experimentation and creative upheaval. When I consider the range and diversity of music that is being produced and sold well, Joni Mitchell, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, and Led Zeppelin came to mind as the top producer of 1970s rock music.
20 rock songs, (or related sub-genres) in the 1970s are:
- Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin
- Imagine – John Lennon
- Hotel California – The Eagles
- What Happens – Marvin Gaye
- Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen
- Layla – Derek and Domino
- Superstition – Stevie Wonder
- Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
- Troubled Bridge Over Water – Simon and Garfunkel
- Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
- Leave It – The Beatles
- Maggie May – Rod Stewart
- American Pie – Don McLean
- Will Not Be Fooled Again – Who
- Stayin ‘Alive – The Bee Gees
- Free Birds – Lynyrd Skynyrd
- Brown Sugar – The Rolling Stones
- Let’s Do It – Marvin Gaye
- Go Your Way Way – Fleetwood Mac
- Papa Was A Rollin ‘Stone – The Temptations
1970 Rock has several sub-genres, some of which include progressive rock, heavy metal, and punk rock.