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  2. Eric Clapton wrote one of the most famous classic rock love songs for Pattie Boyd, who at the time was married to Clapton's pal George Harrison. It was the title song of one of the three albums Clapton recorded as Derek and the Dominoes.. The song title was inspired by a 12th-century poem about a woman (named Layla) and her unrequited love.
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  4. Aug 26,  · Love is not love without rock music, and rock music is not rock music without love. From the '60s to the '80s and beyond, sweet romance has been expressed beautifully through rock .
  5. Love and romance were expressed in new and different ways with unique musical styles. It was led by a generation filled with energy, vision and desires - but one thing stayed the same - love still made the world go round. The Greatest Love Songs of the 60s collection includes original hits by the original artists on 8 CDs.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Classic Love Songs Of Rock'n'Roll on Discogs.
  7. Oct 17,  · "Love Reign O'er Me," the grand finale of Quadrophenia, was one of the few songs written very early on, when he was still plotting out Rock Is Dead – Long Live Rock. Despite that, the song fits.
  8. Top 10 Classic Rock “Love” Songs – Classic Rock Songs with “Love” in the title 10) Hello I Love You – The Doors Hello, I love you, Won’t you tell me your name? The Doors Hello I love You cool song a lot of ways jim morrison was like kurt cobaine 9) Cradle Of Love [ ].
  9. The Band» History. In his preface to a recent Little Feat retrospective compilation, the band’s Paul Barrere wrote, ”It’s almost 33 years ago exactly since Mr. [Lowell] George came to the front door of the Laurel Canyon house I was livin’ in, with that beautiful white ”p“ bass in hand, and asked if I wanted to try out as bass player for his new band.

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