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  1. The Allman Brothers Band - Live At the Fillmore East -1971
  2. The Band - The Last Waltz -1976
  3. The Who - Live At Leeds -1970
  4. Jimi Hendrix - Band Of Gypsys -1970
  5. Nirvana - Unplugged - 1993
  1. The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out - 1969
  2. Pearl Jam - Live On Two Legs - 1998
  3. The Grateful Dead-Europe ’72 - 1972
  4. Humble Pie - Performance Rockin’ the Fillmore -1971
  5. Neil Young And Crazy Horse - Live Rust -1978
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"Where It's At" is a song from Beck's 1996 release Odelay. It combines jazz , rock, rap and lounge music to make for a very colorful listening experience. The video, as shown here is
There is perhaps no more powerful anthem to the concept of the working class in the history of music than the song "Working Class Hero" by John Lennon from his 1970 album John Lennon/Plastic
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