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popGeezer Radio’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0: 1975″

In 1975, Disco was in full bloom, punk was still an unstruck match in the mainstream, and pop was still pretty poppy.
We reach 1975 on this week’s episode of popGeezer Radio’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0“!


Sweet Emotion

Pink Floyd
Have A Cigar

Roxy Music
Love Is The Drug

David Bowie
Golden Years

Lynyrd Skynyrd
Saturday Night Special

Paul McCartney & Wings
Listen To What [...]

7” of Ecstasy – “You Get What You Give”

New Radicals, ”You Get What You Give”, Universal Music, 1998
Most of the tracks on our ‘7″ of Ecstasy’ playlist so far are, for lack of a better term, “one-hit wonders”.  Obviously, this only adds to the mystique of these singles.  For one brief moment, these artists, writers, players and producers captured pop magic.  For many, long years would then be spent [...]

popGeezer Radio’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0: 1974″ Airs This Week!

This week’s edition of popGeezer Radio’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0” reaches 1974.
It was a year of a total pop explosion, with R&B starting its turn to Disco, hard rock tracks charting sky high on the Top 40, the singer/songwriters dominating album charts, and acts from the U.K., Europe and even Sweden making big inroads into [...]

popGeezer Radio’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0: 1973″ Rocks Your Snacks Off!!

Here’s the rundown for this week’s “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0: 1973“!!


Pink Floyd

Joe Walsh
Rocky Mountain Way

The Doobie Brothers
Long Train Runnin’

Paul Simon

The Moody Blues
I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)

Ringo Starr

George Harrison
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)

John Lennon
Mind Games

Paul McCartney & Wings
Helen Wheels

Dream On

Stealers Wheel
Stuck In The Middle With You

Deep Purple
Smoke [...]

popGeezer Radio Presents “These Were The Seventies, Version 2.0: 1972″

We get to the beginning of the meat of the Seventies with 1972, this Saturday/Sunday (9/13-14) on popGeezer Radio.  Starting with this week’s show, we’ll also add a look at the social and political events which shaped the Seventies.
Join us Sunday at 10 PM EDT, for “These Were the Seventies, Version 2.0” on popGeezer Radio [...]

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