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    What's your favortie soft rock artist?

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    Well one of my all time favorite would have to Nick Drake.

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    Dave Matthews Band

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    Originally posted by Barky@15 July 2003 - 21:58
    Well one of my all time favorite would have to Nick Drake.
    deeply dpressing.. undoubtedly talented yet soft rock... hrmm?? Folk/Rock maybe... recent?? he died in like 1974...

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    deeply dpressing.. undoubtedly talented yet soft rock... hrmm??&nbsp; Folk/Rock maybe... recent??&nbsp; he died in like 1974...
    Yea I was unsure about the genre myself. But as "Control_you_3" has 2 threads on the topic, the other beeing "best hard rock artist" I thought I┤d place Nick Drake here

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    Yea sorry I was probably too specific
    it should really be general division between hard and soft rock( which counts folk as well because it falls under this category&#33

    sorry about that...

    >I think Guster is up for the challenge

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    Soft Rock emerged in the early &#39;70s, partially as a reaction to the extreme sounds of the late &#39;60s. Soft rock was commercial and inoffensive, taking the sound of singer/songwriter and pop/rock but smoothing out all the edges. Bands like Bread, the Carpenters, and Chicago relied on simple, melodic songs with big, lush productions. Throughout the &#39;70s, soft rock dominated the airwaves and it eventually metamorphosed into the synthesized sounds of adult contemporary in the &#39;80s.

    With that in mind, my vote goes to:

    Artist: Bread
    Album Title: Best of Bread
    Date of Release: Jun 19, 2001



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