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    Boom Boom - Mabel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N6bdQy3c8w
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      Lepew wrote:
      Boom Boom - Mabel

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N6bdQy3c8w



      Utroligt, sa mange gode sange! :wink:




      Anybody remember L.T.D.?

      They had a hit in 1977, and I [u]don't[/u] mean the car.




      It's the song, "(Every Time I Turn Around) Back in Love Again":

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVF9BNMIxHo

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        If no one wants to chime in here, I'm going to give a nod to Paul McCartney and Wings for their 1974 hit "JET":

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q-O9O2KN2g

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          Who could forget this one? :)

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SlKA2Rgq20&feature=search
          There is a battle between two wolves inside us all.

          One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

          http://unbelievableyou.com/a-native-american-cherokee-story-two-wolves/
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            thecrow174 wrote:
            Who could forget this one? :)




            Ohhh, you're going "Classic 70's" on me, eh? :wink:

            Well I'm going to go "Disco" on you!

            Seems that Everybody Loves the hit song "Boogie Nights". But ol' eddstarr knows that 9 out of 10 doctors recommend Heatwave's "The Groove Line" for people needing instant flashbacks to the year 1978.

            Better increase the gain on your speakers, you'll want to hear this at Full Power:

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmlAJAOtAls

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              HA! bet you thought I'd let this go, huh? :P

              But not yet cuz it's time for America and their 1975 hit "Sister Golden Hair":

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW5nJsormOQ


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                I'd go with and it's sad, Don't Fear the Reaper- hey watch the Stoned Age...far more entertaining than Dazed and Confused- and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath or Iron Man...hell most early Black Sabbath..or Alice Cooper..I have a huge love for either The Ballad of Dwight Frye or Hello Hooray.
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                    oh and Rod Stewart's You wear it well...fuck it stays in your head...
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                      Hazer_Synn wrote:
                      oh and Rod Stewart's You wear it well...fuck it stays in your head...


                      I couldn't agree with you more! But it's a well known scientific fact that the only way to get "You Wear It Well" out of your head is to hear the original 6 minute version of 10cc's 1975 hit "I'm Not in Love". Here, give it a try:

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rgepWg4rzw

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                        I wasn't around in the 70s obviously being a 90s kid and all, but I love the music from the period. My taste is fairly broad, but my favourite artist would have to be Cat Stevens- I think 1970's Tea for Tillerman screams early 70s more then any other album I've listened to, Father and Son in particular is one of the best songs ever written.

                        I like a lot of those type of artists including James Taylor and Don Maclean. I love Paul McCartney and what he did with Wings as well.

                        But I also love the band KISS- to be more precise, my dad adores KISS and even named me after Paul Stanley! They owned rock and roll in 70s and still do to this day!
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                          Paulo wrote:
                          I wasn't around in the 70s obviously being a 90s kid and all, but I love the music from the period. My taste is fairly broad, but my favourite artist would have to be Cat Stevens- I think 1970's Tea for Tillerman screams early 70s more then any other album I've listened to, Father and Son in particular is one of the best songs ever written.

                          I like a lot of those type of artists including James Taylor and Don Maclean. I love Paul McCartney and what he did with Wings as well.

                          But I also love the band KISS- to be more precise, my dad adores KISS and even named me after Paul Stanley! They owned rock and roll in 70s and still do to this day!


                          OMG, can you believe that I was thinking about KISS yesterday and if I should even mention them?

                          When I was in college, no song caused as much conversation, media and otherwise, as the KISS song "Beth", so whaddaya say we have a link here?:

                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlZ7mTL4jRY

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                            I was watching one of my Dad's docos on them the other day, focused on how they built their image in the 70s and how they were like virtual super heroes (comic books, figurines and everything!) no one ever knew who they were for like nearly ten years. My Dad has one of the original KISS Pinball machines in his collection of memorabilia- it's still in perfect working order!
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                              Paulo wrote:
                              I was watching one of my Dad's docos on them the other day, focused on how they built their image in the 70s and how they were like virtual super heroes (comic books, figurines and everything!) no one ever knew who they were for like nearly ten years. My Dad has one of the original KISS Pinball machines in his collection of memorabilia- it's still in perfect working order!


                              KISS was one of those 70's phenomenons that I just let wash over me at the time. I didn't really pay attention to the band until they started showing up on talk shows. Once I realized that these guys were for real my respect for them, and their music, grew.


                              OK now all you Retro Junkers, who remembers the Women's Movement of the 1970's?

                              Well Millie Jackson had a hit song in 1972 that had nothing to do with empowering women. In fact her song seemed more like a slap in the face of the Women's Movement, imho.

                              At least the guys at my high school, myself included, took Millie Jackson at her word - "if there's anything you want . . . just Ask":

                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=323TrB4bBwI



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                                The Star Wars theme should be listed as one of the most famous songs of the 1970s',
                                There is a battle between two wolves inside us all.

                                One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

                                http://unbelievableyou.com/a-native-american-cherokee-story-two-wolves/
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                                  thecrow174 wrote:
                                  The Star Wars theme should be listed as one of the most famous songs of the 1970s',


                                  You can say that again, but now for something completely different.:D

                                  How about RUFUS & Chaka Khan hittn' ya with their 1974 hit, "Tell Me Something Good":

                                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkJFodl9I1U



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                                    I'M YOUR CAPTAIN--Grandfunk Railroad
                                    DREAM ON---Aerosmith
                                    LEAN ON ME--Bill Witthers
                                    DIE YOUNG STAY PRETTY--Blondie
                                    TILL IT SHINES---Bob Seger
                                    DESPERADO---The Eagles
                                    MOONSHADOW--Cat Stevens
                                    AIN'T NO SUNSHINE---Bill Withers
                                    ANTICIPATION---Carly Simon
                                    NIGHT MOVES---Bob Seger
                                    AMERICAN PIE---Don McLean
                                    STILL..YOU TURN ME ON---Emerson Lake and Palmere
                                    (I DON'T WANT TO GO TO) CHELSEA--Elvis Costello
                                    TROUBLE---Cat Stevens
                                    KID CHARLEMAGNE---Steely Dan
                                    ROCK THE BOAT--The Hues Corporation
                                    BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE---Jethro Tull
                                    THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE---10cc
                                    REMININCISING---Little River Band
                                    DO YOU REMEMBER ROCK N ROLL RADIO?--The Ramones
                                    STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU--Steelers Wheels
                                    MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS--Marie Muldar
                                    TUSK--Fleetwood Mac
                                    HEY NINETEEN--Steely Dan
                                    YEAR OF THE CAT---Al Stewart
                                    SHOW AND TELL---Al Wilson
                                    FEARLESS---Pink Floyd
                                    IS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM?--Joe Jackson
                                    REASONS--Earth, Wind, and Fire
                                    RHIANNON--Fleetwood Mac
                                    EASY---The Commmodores
                                    ONLY THE GOOD DIE YOUNG---Billy Joel

                                    That's enough for now. I've taken all these songs from my own Ipod play list titled K-TEL'S SUPER SOUNDS OF THE SEVENTIES. If it has a high "wuss" ratio this is the stuff I grew up on in the seventies and provokes some good memories.
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                                      Now that's what I call a well-rounded list of 70's hits. Nicely done slappywag!

                                      Now turn up the volume cuz it's time for John Travolta Sings!

                                      Thanks to the popularity of the hit TV show "Welcome Back Kotter", John Travolta struck gold with his 1976 hit song, "Let Her In".

                                      Just a few weeks later Mr. Travolta hit again, this time the song was "Whenever I'm Away From You", and I think it was a much better song.

                                      Here is a clip from The Captain & Tennille Show, ABC - 1976, and check out John's pimp daddy threads!:

                                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZNwgFZnttA

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                                        There are too many songs from the '70's that I like to choose a favourite, but if I had to choose one it would be this classic song by canadian rock band Prism, Spaceship Superstar. I first heard this song 6 or 7 years ago when I was going through my dad's old cassette collection, I popped it in and it blew my mind away!

                                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSyYqD9v_wo
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                                          To Eddstar88

                                          I am ashamed to admit this but I had that John Travolta album when I was younger and my musical taste was more mainstream pop stuff. I still prefer that stuff to the negative and hopelessness of today's music. Thanks for bringing back a little memory. How do you all post these photos?
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