A weekly show that delves not only into the music of the 1970's but the culture and lifestyle of that amazing decade. A full and comprehensive album review is at the center of each episode.
John Denver - Rocky Mountain Christmas
1:12:09It's that time of the year! It's our fourth annual Christmas special and we celebrate this year by reviewing John Denver's 1975 album "Rocky Mountain Christmas" and of course there's plenty of eggnog and a crackling fire to warm yourself. Merry Christmas everybody!!!
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Mott The Hoople - All The Young Dudes
1:07:00We continue this week with our look at 1970's glam rock with the album "All the Young Dudes" by English band Mott the Hoople released in 1972. The title song is well known as almost a theme song for all the glam kids in the early '70s by how good was the album?
Sweet - Desolation Boulevard
1:18:24This week we continue with our look at glam rock in the 1970's as we present one of the more commercial bands of the era the English band Sweet and review their late 1974 in the United Kingdom and early 1975 in North America release of their most popular album "Desolation Boulevard".
David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
1:13:43This week we are beginning our four episode salute to glam rock in the 1970's with one of the most if not the most famous glam rock album of all time David Bowie's star making 1972 album "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars." Couldn't pick a better album to represent what glam rock means than this one.
Telly Savalas - Who Loves Ya Baby
1:16:52In the final part of our golden throat's theme, which is actors who released albums in the 1970's, we shine the spotlight on a true one of a kind personality, the star of "Kojak" Telly Savalas and his 1976 album "Who Loves Ya Baby" just one of the five albums he released.
David Soul - David Soul (debut album)
1:08:50As we continue our look at actors who made albums in the 1970's we turn our attention to one of the stars of the big television hit "Starsky and Hutch" which ran from 1975 to 1979. David Soul who played Hutch started out as a singer and then turned to acting to make ends meet returns to singing on his 1976 self titled debut album. Was it any good? We'll give you our opinion on today's episode.
Stevie Wonder - Talking Book
1:19:39In this last installment of our three part look at big Motown artists of the 1960's and what kind of albums they were releasing in the 1970's we take a look at the career of Stevie Wonder and review his album "Talking Book" released in late 1972. With complete creative control over his work what kind of music was he releasing?