Sunday, April 10, 2016

MUSIC 101: The 1970s


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MUSIC 101: The 1970s


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101 SONGS
FROM 101 GREAT ALBUMS!

In chronological order,
one album per act,
one song per album.

Rock! Soul! Folk!
Funk! Prog! Fusion!
Glam! Disco! Soundtracks!
Reggae! Punk! Electronic!




From 1970 through 1979!
A crash course in crucial!



Music Primer series:
300 Albums: 1956-2015
The 1950s
The 1960s

The 1980s
The 1990s
The 2000s





The Music Player contains one song each
from these 101 classic albums!




01) John Lennon, "Plastic Ono Band" (1970)

02) Doris Troy, "Doris Troy" (1970)

03) Ananda Shankar, "Ananda Shankar" (1970)

04) Vashti Bunyan, "Just Another Diamond Day" (1970)

05) The Stooges, "Funhouse" (1970)

06) Joy Unlimited, "Joy Unlimited" (1970)

07) The Doors, "Morrison Hotel" (1970)

08) The Delfonics, "The Delfonics" (1970)

09) Rodriguez, "Cold Fact" (1970)

10) Ike And Tina Turner, "Workin' Together" (1970)

11) Os Mutantes, "A Divina Comedia Ou Ando Meio Desligado" (1970)

12) Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Cosmo's Factory" (1970)


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13) The Staple Singers, "The Staple Singers" (1971)

14) Tonto's Expanding Head Band, "Zero Time" (1971)

15) Cradle, "The History" (rec. early '70s)

16) The Last Poets, "This Is Madness" (1971)

17) Serge Gainesbourg, "Histoire de Melody Nelson" (1971)

18) Isaac Hayes, "SHAFT" (1971)

19) Paul and Linda McCartney, "Ram"" (1971)

20) Ann Peebles, "Straight From The Heart" (1971)

21) Hound Dog Taylor, "Hound Dog Taylor And The HouseRockers" (1971)

22) Black Sabbath, "Master Of Reality" (1971)

23) Fela, "With Ginger Baker -Live!" (1971)

24) Booker T And The MGs, "Melting Pot" (1971)

25) Dennis Coffey, "Evolution" (1971)

26) Redbone, "Message From A Drum" (1971)

27) Piero Umiliani, "Synthi Time" (1971)


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28) War, "The World Is A Ghetto" (1972)

29) Fanny, "Fanny Hill" (1972)

30) The O'Jays, "Back Stabbers" (1972)

31) T.Rex, "The Slider" (1972)

32) Aretha Franklin, "Young, Gifted, And Black" (1972)

33) Miles Davis, "On The Corner" (1972)

34) Deep Purple, "Machine Head" (1972)

35) Yoko Ono, "Approximately Infinite Universe" (1972)

36) Bill Withers, "Still Bill" (1972)

37) Brainticket, "Psychonaut" (1972)

38) Al Green, "I'm Still In Love With You" (1972)


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39) George Harrison, "Living In The Material World" (1973)

40) Led Zeppelin, "Houses Of The Holy" (1973)

41) Sly & The Family Stone, "Fresh" (1973)

42) Dr. John, "In The Right Place" (1973)

43) Bob Marley And The Wailers, "Catch A Fire" (1973)

44) The Who, "Quadrophenia" (1973)

45) Herbie Hancock, "Head Hunters" (1973)

46) New York Dolls, "New York Dolls" (1973)

47) Betty Davis, "Betty Davis" (1973)

48) Kim Jung Mi, "Now" (1973)

49) Curtis Mayfield, "Back To The World" (1973)

50) Hawkwind, "Space Ritual" (1973)

51) Black Nasty, "Talkin' To The People" (1973)

52) Ellen McIlwaine, "We The People" (1973)

53) Film Soundtrack, "JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR" (1973)


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54) The Ohio Players, "Fire" (1974)

55) 10cc, "Sheet Music" (1974)

56) Funkadelic, "Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On" (1974)

57) Badfinger, "Wish You Were Here" (1974)

58) Gene Clark, "No Other" (1974)


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59) The Pointer Sisters, "Steppin'" (1975)

60) Los Dug Dug's, "Cambia, Cambia" (1975)

61) Bernard Fevre, "Suspense" (1975)

62) Babe Ruth, "Babe Ruth" (1975)

63) Betty Davis, "Nasty Gal" (1975)


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64) Marvin Gaye, "I Want You" (1976)

65) Frank Zappa, "Zoot Allures" (1976)

66) Jorge Ben, "Africa Brasil" (1976)

67) Bob Dylan, "Desire" (1976)

68) The Upsetters, "Super Ape" (1976)

69) The Modern Lovers, "The Modern Lovers" (1976)

70) Parliament, "The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein" (1976)

71) The Runaways, "The Runaways" (1976)

72) Stevie Wonder, "Songs In The Keys Of Life" (1976)


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73) The Clash, "The Clash" (1977)

74) Kraftwerk, "Trans Europe Express" (1977)

75) The Jam, "In The City" (1977)

76) Suicide, "Suicide" (1977)

77) Fleetwood Mac, "Rumours" (1977)

78) Iggy Pop, "The Idiot" (1977)

79) Ultravox, "Ha! Ha! Ha!" (1977)

80) Brian Eno, "Before And After Science" (1977)


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Queen of noise.


81) John Williams, "SUPERMAN" (1978)

82) Brides Of Funkenstein, "Funk Or Walk" (1978)

83) Eddie Hinton, "Very Extremely Dangerous" (1978)

84) Patti Smith Group, "Easter" (1978)

85) The Rolling Stones, "Some Girls" (1978)

86) Nick Lowe, "Jesus Of Cool" (1978)

87) Buzzcocks, "Another Music In A Different Kitchen" (1978)


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88) Elvis Costello And The Attractions, "Armed Forces" (1979)

89) Wire, "154" (1979)

90) Joni Mitchell, "Mingus" (1979)

91) Roxy Music, "Manifesto" (1979)

92) Casino Music, "Amour Savage" (1979)

93) David Bowie, "Lodger" (1979)

94) Essential Logic, "Beat Rhythm News" (1979)

95) Pink Floyd, "The Wall" (1979)

96) Talking Heads, "Fear Of Music" (1979)

97) Lijadu Sisters, "Horizon Unlimited" (1979)

98) The Knack, "Get The Knack" (1979)

99) The Cars, "Candy O" (1979)

100) The Pop Broup, "Y" (1979)

101) Nikki And The Corvettes, "Nikki And The Corvettes" (1979)


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The Music Primer Series:*

1) 300 GREAT ALBUMS That Will Change Your Life!: 1956-2015

2) MUSIC 101: The 1950s

3) MUSIC 101: The 1960s

5) MUSIC 101: The 1980s

6) MUSIC 101: The 1990s

7) MUSIC 101: The 2000s


* The albums heard on the Decades series are different than the 300 Albums overview.


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Further Study, dept.:


-The Real History of Rock and Soul!: A Manifesto, A Handy Checklist

-Revolution 1950s: The Big Damn Bang of Rock'n'Roll!

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-2000 Great Albums on Pinterest!




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