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  • scott

    This list is not valid without Van Morrison. If you say singer/songwriter of the 60’s and 70’s after Mr. Zimmerman, he is number two. Go back and look at his late 60’s and early 70’s body of work. Astral Weeks, Moondance, Tupelo Honey, His Band and Street Choir, St. Domonics Preview…..he’s top five without question.

  • Johnny

    Nice list, I enjoyed reading it. 🙂 And enjoyed thinking about and listening to that good music.

  • Freddie

    I am extremely disappointed in not only this lost but in all of comments who failed to mention the one person who, above all, should be on this list. So tell, please, why the hell is Freddie Mercury not on this list. Definitely active during the 70’s, amazing singer, and wrote We Are the Champions, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Somebody to Love, among many others. He is far more qualified then any other person on this list.

  • me

    I’d like to throw Pete Townshend in to the mix as well

  • Anonymous

    Wow, Paul McCartney is not considered a great songwriter of the 1960s!!!!