This week In ’70s Throwback’ 33/52

Elvis Presley, Manhattan Transfer, Crosby, Stills, Nash, The Doors, The Who, Rod Stewart, Doobie Brothers, Graham Central Station, Ohio Players, Bruce Springsteen, Talking Heads, Peter Tosh

They are the ’70s Throwback’ artists selected among the 421 Posts we publish this week.

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


1 . Elvis Presley – Lawdy Miss Clawdy

Lifted from : We remember Elvis Presley. ‘King Singer’

2 . Manhattan Transfer – Chanson D`Amour

Lifted from : The Manhattan Transfer release ‘Coming Out’ featuring ‘Chanson d’Amour’ (1976)

3 . Crosby, Stills & Nash – Wooden Ship

Lifted from : Happy Birthday David Crosby. ‘Sing Crosby’

4 . The Doors – Verdilac

Lifted from : Elektra release The Doors’ eighth album ‘Full Circle,’ he second after Morrison’s death (1972)

5 . The Who – Music Must Change

Lifted from : Polydor publish The Who’s eighth album : ‘Who Are You’ (1978)

6 . Rod Stewart – Three Time Loser

Lifted from : Rod Stewart releases his sixth album : ‘Atlantic Crossing’ featuring ‘Sailing’ (1975)

7 . Doobie Brothers – China Grove

Lifted from : As we wish Tom Johnston a Happy Birthday, the day is perfect for a ‘Doobie Brothers At Their Bests’ post

8 . Graham Central Station – Release Yourself

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Larry Graham. ‘Next Stop Central Station’

9 . Ohio Players – Love Rollercoaster

Lifted from : Mercury publish The Ohio Players’ seventh album : ‘Honey’ featuring ‘Love Rollercoaster’ (1975)

10 . Bruce Springsteen – Because The Night

Lifted from : Bruce Springsteen spills “Darkness” over Maryland (1978)

11 . Talking Heads – Life During Wartime

Lifted from : British television tapes Talking Heads (1979)

12 . Peter Tosh – Get Up Stand Up

Lifted from : Peter Tosh visits Toronto (1979)


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