This week In ’70s Throwback’ 13/52

The Commodores, Marvin Gaye, Joe Cocker, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Santana, Herb Alpert, Barry White, Paul McCartney, Wings, Jeff Beck, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Emerson Lake, Palmer

They are the ’70s Throwback’ artists selected among the 374 Posts we publish this week.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


This week In  ’70s Throwback’ 13/52


1 . The Commodores . Brick House

Lifted from : Motown release ‘Commodores,’ their fifth album featuring ‘Easy’ written by Lionel Richie (1977)

2 . Marvin Gaye . What’s Going On

Lifted from : We remember Marvin Gaye who died today in Los Angeles. ‘I Heard It Through Marvin(

3 . Joe Cocker & Mad Dogs and Englishmen . Honky Tonky Woman

Lifted from : Joe Cocker records ‘Mad Dogs . Englishmen’ at Fillmore East with Leon Russell et al (1970)

4 . Santana . Dance Sister Dance

Lifted from : Santana, Jethro Tull et al gather at Tanglewood (1971)

5 . Herb Alpert . Rise

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Herb Alpert.

6 . Barry White . I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby

Lifted from : 20Th Century publish Barry White’s debut album . ‘I’ve Got So Much to Give’ (1973)

7 . Paul McCartney & Wings . With A Little Luck

Lifted from : Wings (Paul . Linda McCartney and Dennis Laine) release ‘London Town’ (1978)

8 . Jeff Beck . She’s A Woman

Lifted from : Jeff Beck releases ‘Blow by Blow’ produced By George Martin (1975)

9 . Led Zeppelin . Nobody’s Fault But Mine

Lifted from : Swan Song publish Led Zeppelin’s seventh album . ‘Presence’ featuring ‘Nobody’s Fault but Mine’ (1976)

10 . Aerosmith . Train Kept A-Rollin’

Lifted from : Happy Birtday Steven Tyler. ‘Aerophone’

11 . AC/DC . Let There Be Rock

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Angus Young. The perfect day for . ‘AC/DC at their Best’

12 . Emerson Lake . Palmer . Promenade Gnome

Lifted from : Emerson, Lake & Palmer record ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ live at Newcastle City Hall (1971)


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