# 45A - 1976: Music and Headlines, Side A

58:45 minutes (53.79 MB)

Tonight, Side A to "1976, A Bicentennial Portrait" (Originally Aired on May 7, 2012).

"The Rockford Files" - 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
"S.W.A.T." Theme Song - Rhythm Heritage
"Happy Days" - Pratt & McClain
"Making Our Dreams Come True" - Cyndi Grecco
"Welcome Back" - John Sebastian
"Lowdown" - Boz Scaggs
"Disco Duck" - Rick Dees
"Moonlight Feels Right" - Starbuck

# 334 - The Earth Day Wind & Fire Happy Hour

58:31 minutes (53.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, a FULL hour of Earth, Wind & Fire classics (plus that one song that Philip Bailey paired up with Phil Collins, or 1/3 of Genesis + one fraction of Earth, Wind & Fire). Earth, Wind & Fire is a true American band, crossing genres in its five decade history, founded in Chicago by the late Maurice White in 1969. The band had its breakthrough year in 1975 with hits like "Shining Star", "Can't Hide Love", and "That's The Way of the World" (the latter song was also the name of an other than forgettable film co-starring the band and featuring their music, starring Harvey Keitel). The group is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the NAACP Image Award Hall of Fame, and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2019, in honor of the group's 50th Anniversary, the band was rewarded with the Kennedy Center Honor, one of the highest and most prestigious honors in the entertainment business. The group has infused African, Latin, Caribbean, R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk, Rock, Disco, and Afro Pop through the years and through the hits.

# 302 A - 1979: Music & Headlines (Part 1 of 2)

1:31:03 minutes (83.37 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we go back in time to 1979, the end of a rollercoaster decade for pop culture and news.

- China introduces its "ONE Child per Family" Policy (which lasted 34 years, being altered to TWO Children in 2013)
- Pol Pot and Phnom Penh fall in Cambodia
- Idi Amin falls from power in Uganda and is exiled
- The Shah of Iran is exiled as the Ayatollah Khomeini takes over rule of Iran
- 63 Americans are held hostage at the American Embassy in Tehran
- Lord Mountbatten is assassinated by the IRA
- Margaret Thatcher becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain
- The Sandinistas take rule of Nicaragua
- Saddam Hussein takes over power in Iraq
- President Carter and Soviet Premier Brezhnev sign the SALT II Treaty
- Punk Rocker Sid Vicious dies of a drug overdose while on trial for murdering his girlfriend
- Sony introduces the Walkman, a portable cassette player (which cost $ 200 at the time of its debut in July)
- The State of Ohio pays $ 675,000 to the survivors and victims families of the Kent State Massacre (more Columbus Headlines in Part 2)

- Michigan State beats Indiana State in the first-ever meeting between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird
- Earle Bruce takes over the Ohio B*ckeyes, leading them to an 11-1 record in his first year.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers return to the top of the NFL Mountain, winning Super Bowl XIII.

NBA - Seattle SuperSonics
Stanley Cup - Montreal Canadiens
World Series - Pittsburgh Pirates
Super Bowl XIII - Pittsburgh Steelers
Ohio High School Basketball Class AAA/Division I - Columbus East High Tigers (their last, to date)
Ohio Division II/Class AA Boys Golf - Dublin (Coffman) Shamrocks
Ohio Division I Girls Volleyball - Whitehall-Yearling Lady Rams
Ohio Division III Girls Volleyball - Newark Catholic Lady Green Wave
Ohio Division II/Class AA Baseball - St. Francis DeSales Stallions
Ohio Division I/Class AAA Track - Gahanna-Lincoln

# 244 - 1978: Music & Headlines

2:00:52 minutes (110.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music and headlines from 1978.

Coming Soon
- Over 900 people are killed in a Mass Suicide in Jonestown in Guyana.
- The Camp David Peace Accords take place.
- One of the worst blizzards in history sweeps through the Midwest.

NBA: Washington Bullets
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
World Series: New York Yankees
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys
FIFA World Cup: Argentina (who also hosted the FIFA World Cup)
NCAA Basketball: Kentucky Wildcats
NCAA Football: Alabama Crimson Tide (Associated Press) & USC Trojans (UPI and Football Writers of America)
Masters/U.S. Open: Jack Nicklaus
Big Ten Football: Michigan (Rose Bowl rep) & Michigan State
Gator Bowl: Clemson **NOT Ohio State** Tigers

COLUMBUS in 1978:
- A Blizzard sweeps through Ohio in January with blinding snow drifts, shutting down the state for days.
- The 28-year tenure of Woody Hayes comes to an abrupt end following a sideline altercation at the 1978 Gator Bowl.
- Governor Rhodes is re-elected.
- Columbus City Schools are desegregated following the 1977 Ohio Supreme Court ruling by Judge Robert M. Duncan.
- Columbus Alternative High School opens its doors.

State Girls Basketball: Bishop Hartley Lady Hawks
State Football, Class A: Newark Catholic Green Wave

TONY AWARDS (Broadcast on CBS for the first time ever):
Best Musical: Ain't Misbehavin'
Best Play: Da (by Hugh Leonard)

Best Comedy Series: All in the Family (CBS); Record eighth consecutive win in this category for CBS
Best Drama Series: The Rockford Files (NBC)
Best Limited Series: Holocaust (NBC)
Best Variety Series: The Muppet Show (Syndicated)
Best Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Best Drama/Comedy Special: The Gathering (ABC)
Best Game/Audience Participation Show: The Hollywood Squares (NBC)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 150 (Part 2 of 2)

58:59 minutes (54.01 MB)

The second hour of the show's 150th episode (Originally aired on June 8, 2015; and uploaded on June 10, 2015)

(Hour 2)
"The Hustle" - Lawrence Welk
"Boogie Nights" - Heatwave
"1979 (It's Dancing Time)" - Revanche
"Music Man" - Revanche
"Manhattan Skyline" - David Shire
"Open Sesame" - Kool and the Gang
"Dancing Queen" - ABBA
"Take a Chance on Me" - ABBA
"Livin' It Up (Friday Night)" - Bell and James
"Love Hangover" - Diana Ross
"Miss You" - The Rolling Stones
"Makin' It" - David Naughton
"Last Dance" - Donna Summer

Station ID - Cynthia Nixon Station ID (version from The DJBC Happy Hour Show # 150)

0:28 minutes (448.61 KB)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 150 (The Full Two Hour Show)

2:01:30 minutes (111.25 MB)

Tonight, we boogie on the dance floor for two hours to celebrate 150 "The DJBC Happy Hour" shows.

(Hour 1)
"Disco Heat" - Sylvester
"You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" - Sylvester
"Could It Be Magic" - Donna Summer
"Fly Robin Fly" - Silver Connection
"Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band" - Meco
"Nice and Nasty" - The Salsoul Orchestra
"Sunny" - Boney M
"Come to Me" - France Joli
"Got To Give It Up (Part 1 only)" - Marvin Gaye
"Fame" - David Bowie
Theme from "CHiPs" - Corniche
"Don't Turn Away" - Midnite Flite

(Hour 2)
"The Hustle" - Lawrence Welk
"Boogie Nights" - Heatwave
"1979 (It's Dancing Time)" - Revanche
"Music Man" - Revanche
"Manhattan Skyline" - David Shire
"Open Sesame" - Kool and the Gang
"Dancing Queen" - ABBA
"Take a Chance on Me" - ABBA
"Livin' It Up (Friday Night)" - Bell and James
"Love Hangover" - Diana Ross
"Miss You" - The Rolling Stones
"Makin' It" - David Naughton
"Different Worlds" - Maureen McGovern
"Last Dance" - Donna Summer

The DJBC Disco Happy Hour - Part 1 of 2

58:35 minutes (53.63 MB)
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