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The 1970s (hereafter referred to as the Seventies or the 70s) was a decade of transition in music. The decade started as an extension of the sixties- the music was largely the same. Rock music was still king, but the phsycadelic craze of the sixties was long over. Bands were moving towards the old standards of guitar, drums, and bass. The catalyst for that? The Beatles doing “Let It Be” (originally titled “Get Back”, which told listeners that they were “getting back” to their roots as a standard rock band). They just played their instruments live as a band in the studio, marking a departure from the overly produced studio trickery of just a couple years earlier. Country rock started to gain in popularity in the 1970s. Bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young melded a southern United States sound into standard rock music that did something similar to what the Beach Boys’ music did in the early 60s. It brought the culture of the southern region of the States (as opposed to the Beach Boys’ Southern California sound) to the rest of the world. And it really took hold in the 1970s! Of course, the 70s are unfairly associated with disco music, even though that was a fad that lasted only a couple of years. With such big movies as “Saturday Night Fever”, the disco craze almost brought an end to rock’n’roll music as we know it. But, the fad ended by 1980, ushering in a much different sound. Another popular craze in the mid-70s was the nostalgia of older music from the late 50s. “American Graffiti” brought the sounds of the Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, and many more back to the forefront, and bands like the Beach Boys got a huge boost in popularity as a result. Visit the Laptop Sessions acoustic cover songs music video blog by clicking one of the bands from the 70s above and relive the decade for yourself!!

Cover songs are home here on, where you'll find cover songs from over 100 of the greatest rock, folk, and soul bands from the past 60 years. Click on each of the band's photos to visit their category page on the best music video blog on the internet: The Laptop Sessions! The members of the Laptop Sessions, Jim Fusco, Chris Moore, Jeff Copperthite, and Mike Fusco, have recorded over 400 acoustic cover songs music videos and keep a daily blog of their music videos, music reviews, and daily rantings. So, click on your favorite band and get ready to experience some great cover songs music videos!

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