For the Love of 70â€™s Music, Iâ€™m going to dedicate a few posts to rudimentary a mix tape of better and less known tracks from either a band or genre from that Decade.
Aerosmith like youâ€™ve never heard them before... well, unlike most people have heard. The 70â€™s were a musically productive for this band, before they got off heroin and started writing songs for teenage girls, that is. Hereâ€™s a few outlier examples that, although they wouldnâ€™t have the production value of their later efforts, really show their diversity as an American Hard Rock ensemble.
A couple of steps away from their better known and more accessible tracks such as Dream On. Most noticeably Tylerâ€™s vocals are deeper, grittier and while the music itself has some psychedelic elements and while not crystal clear, itâ€™s the imperfections are almost what gives it that gestalt 70â€™s sound.
Sweet Emotion â€“ a better known track to ease you in. Usually pops up in soundtracks.
Nobodyâ€™s Fault - The album Rocks is probably their Best in terms of all killer with no filler.
Round and Round - A heavier track with precursor Heavy Metal sounds, from the same album that Walk this Way.
Seasons of Wither â€“ Just wait for it.
Kings and Queens - A diamond in the rough, Great song from an otherwise bad album.
One Way Street â€“ Just a good â€˜Meat and Potatoesâ€™ rock tune.