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Overlooked Albums Of The 70's Pt. 3
1Horslips
Book of Invasions: A Celtic Symphony


Book of Invasions is a fantastic progressive Celtic rock album complete with Jethro Tull-esque flute playing.
2Mountain
Climbing!


Mountain are a blues rock band who in the early 70's looked set to be as succesful as the likes of Free but never really lived up to the promise of thier debut. Album includes the band's best known song, Missisippi Queen.
3Foghat
Foghat Live


Foghat gained quite a bit of success in the mid 70's due to thier hit single Slow Ride but this superb 1977 live album shows that they were much more than a one hit wonder. This album's version of the Muddy Waters song, I Just Want To Make Love To You in particular is outstanding.
4Trapeze
Medusa


Trapeze was the band in which singer/bassist, Glenn Hughes made his name before joining Deep Purple in 1974. Medusa features elements prog and "proto-metal" but is primarily a hard rock album.
5Billy Cobham
Spectrum


Fantastic jazz fusion album from the Mahavishnu Orchestra drummer. Album features guitarist Tommy Bolin who would later go on to join Deep Purple.
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