1970s music

# 175: Valentine's Day Eight-Track (Full, Extended Two-Hour Show)


2:00:25 minutes (110.26 MB)

Tonight, two hours of love songs from the 1970s, with artists ranging from Olivia Newton-John (& John Travolta), Perry Como, Paul Simon, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney, and others.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"We've Got To Get You a Woman" - Todd Rundgren
"The Best of My Love" - The Eagles
"Lady" - Styx
"Love Her Madly" - The Doors
"Is She Really Going Out With Him?" - Joe Jackson
"You're The One That I Want" - John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John
"Evergreen" - Barbra Streisand
"Love Will Keep Us Together" - Neil Sedaka
"The Way I Want to Touch You" - Captain and Tennille
"Could It Be Magic" - Donna Summer
"50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" - Paul Simon
"And I Love You So" - Perry Como
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart" - Elton John and Kiki Dee
"Silly Love Songs" - Paul McCartney and Wings
"Precious and Few" - Climax

(Hour # 2)
"We May Never Love Like This Again" - Maureen McGovern
"Be Nice to Me" - Todd Rundgren
"An Old Fashioned Love Song" - Three Dog Night
"Hopelessly Devoted to You" - Olivia Newton-John
"Love in Action" - Utopia
"I Think I Love You" - The Partridge Family
"Dancing in the Moonlight" - King Harvest
"Everlasting Love" - Carl Carlton
"I Just Wanna Stop" - Gino Vannelli
"Only a Woman" - Billy Joel
"Fooled Around and Fell In Love" - Elvin Bishop
"Let's Get It On" - Marvin Gaye
"Say You Love Me" - Fleetwood Mac
"Love Song" - John Rubinstein & Jill Clayburgh
"My Love" - Paul McCartney and Wings
"Your Song" - Elton John
"Who Loves You" - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Valentine's Day Eight Track Promo (DJBC Happy Hour)


0:30 minutes (475.55 KB)

Promo for # 175: The DJBC Happy Hour Valentine's Day Eight Track Happy Hour (February 8, 2016)

# 148B - The 1975: The Music and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The Oklahoma Sooners won the National Championship in Football.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election as Mayor of Columbus. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete. Woody Hayes was named Associated Press Coach of the Year, while Archie Griffin picked up his Second Heisman Trophy.

SONG LIST:
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

# 148: 1975: The Music and Headlines (FULL TWO-HOUR SHOW)


2:00:54 minutes (110.7 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court. A B*ckeye running back won not one, but TWO Heismans.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete.

SONG LIST:
"Love Will Keep Us Together" - Neil Sedaka
"Ease On Down The Road" - The Wiz
"He's the Wizard" - The Wiz
"All That Jazz" - Chicago
"What I Did For Love" - A Chorus Line
"Sky High" - Jigsaw
"Nights on Broadway" - The Bee Gees
"Wildfire" - Michael Martin Murphey
"I'm Not In Love" - 10CC
"The Way I Want To Touch You" - The Captain & Tenille
"Rhiannon" - Fleetwood Mac
"Dance With Me" - Orleans
"Poetry Man" - Phoebe Snow
"Rhinestone Cowboy" - Glen Campbell
"Lady" - Styx
"The Hustle" - Van McCoy
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

# 137: The Birthday Party of the King/The DJBC Elvis Happy Hour


59:20 minutes (54.33 MB)

Tonight, we celebrate 80 years of the King of Rock and roll with 18 songs made famous by Elvis Presley.

SONG LIST:
"Jailhouse Rock" - Michael Park/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Peace In the Valley" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Can't Help Falling In Love" - UB40
"Viva Las Vegas" - Elvis Presley
"Crying in the Chapel" - Rex Allen
"Loving You" - Ken Ard/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Hound Dog" - B.J. Crosby/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Heartbreak Hotel" - Elvis Presley
"A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On" - Jerry Lee Lewis
"Long Tall Sally" - Million Dollar Quartet
"That's All Right" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson
"Snowbird" - Anne Murray
"Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
"Rags to Riches" - Tony Bennett
"Hawaiian Wedding Song" - Ken Delo; Lawrence Welk
"If I Can Dream" - Elvis Presley
"I Can Help" - Billy Swan

Christmas in July: Songs from the 1970s


59:30 minutes (54.48 MB)

Tonight on the show, Christmas Songs from the 1970s.

PLAYLIST:
"Christmas Is Here Again" - Roger Whittaker (1976)
"Jingle Bell Rock" - Bobby Sherman (1970)
"Step Into Christmas" - Elton John (1973)
"Please Come Home For Christmas" - The Eagles (1978)
"December the 25th" - Scrooge (1970)
"Wonderful Christmastime" - Paul McCartney (1979)
"Jingle Bell Hustle" - Wayne Newton (1978)
"Christmas Day" - Squeeze (1979)
"Heat Miser" - The Year Without A Santa Claus (1974)
"Christmas" - The Who (1969)
"Carol of the Bells" - The Carpenters (1978)
"Grandpa's Christmas Wish" - Grandpa Walton (1974)
"Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy" - Bing Crosby & David Bowie (1977)
"Christmas Time" - Ray Charles (1978)
"Christmas In The City" - Marvin Gaye (1972)

"Why My 1970s Christmas Was Way Better": http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lori-ferraro/why-my-1970s-christmas-was-wa...
1970s Christmas (on Pinterest): https://www.pinterest.com/suehirtle1/1970s-christmas/
Christmas in the 1970s Blog: http://christmasinthe70s.blogspot.com/
TV Party - Christmas in the 1970s on TV: http://www.tvparty.com/xmas-1970s-christmas.html

Christmas Commercials from the 1970s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46W7IXXaiW8

# 45B - 1976 - A Bicentennial Portrait (Part 2 of 2)


59:37 minutes (54.59 MB)

We continue our journey through 1976 as we celebrate a Bicentennial that is not our own.

SONG LIST (Hour # 2):
"I Write the Songs" - Barry Manilow
"50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" - Paul Simon
"Sir Duke" - Stevie Wonder
"Love of the Common Man" - Todd Rundgren/Utopia
"Show Me the Way" - Peter Frampton
"Muskrat Love" - The Captain and Tennille
"Oh, What A Night" - Frankie Valli
"Night Moves" - Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
"Saturday Night" - The Bay City Rollers
"Gonna Fly Now" - Bill Conti

# 45A - 1976 - A Bicentennial Portrait (Part 1 of 2)


59:20 minutes (54.33 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour continues its Bicentennial Celebrations with a trip back to 1976- Headlines, Television, Pop Culture, Sports, and of course, Columbus in
1976, plus songs from 1976.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Rockford Files" Theme - Mike Post
"Kid Charlemagne" - Steely Dan
"Convoy" - C.W. McCall
"If You Leave Me Now" - Chicago
"More, More, More" - Andrea True Connection
"One" - A Chorus Line Cast
Theme from "S.W.A.T" - Rhythm Heritage
"Happy Days" - Pratt & McClain
"Making Our Dreams Comes True" - Cyndi Grecco
"Welcome Back" - John Sebastian
"Lowdown" - Boz Scaggs
"Disco Duck" - Rick Dees

HEADLINES:
- America Celebrates Its Bicentennial
- A peanut farmer from Georgia, Gov. Jimmy Carter defeats President Ford in the Presidential Election.
- The Concorde took off
- The $ 2 Bill was invented
- The Legionnaires' Outbreak took place in Philadelphia
- The Supreme Court declares the Death Penalty as Constitutional
(Coming Soon)

ENTERTAINMENT:
- A Chorus Line sweeps the Tony Awards.
- The Mary Tyler Moore Show dominates the Emmy Awards.
- Rich Man, Poor Man dominates the TV ratings.

Emmy Awards:
Comedy Series: The Mary Tyler Moore Show (CBS)
Drama Series: Police Story (NBC)
Limited Series: Upstairs, Downstairs (PBS)
Daytime Soap: Another World (NBC)

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