Tuesday, November 6, 2007

TVD Recalls the 70's | Day Two: 1971

Badfinger - No Matter What (Mp3)
David Bowie - Changes (Mp3)
Alice Cooper - Eighteen (Mp3)
Donny Osmond - Go Away Little Girl (Mp3)
T-Rex - Jeepster (Mp3)
The Temptations - Just My Imagination (Mp3)
Steven Stills - Love The One You're With (Mp3)
Rod Stewart - Maggie May (Mp3)
Jackson 5 - Never Can Say Goodbye (Mp3)
Osmonds - One Bad Apple (Mp3)
Chicago - Saturday in the Park (Mp3)
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On (Mp3)
Elton John - Your Song (Mp3)


Mick said...

Good eclectic mix. I’ve got most of them but I confess I’ve just downloaded The Osmonds. Looking forward to 1972…

P.S. Isn’t that Badfinger track great!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great mix. I was just a wee two-year-old through most of 1971, but most of these songs ended up lodged deep in my memory anyway. :-)

Keep up the good work!

IntangibleArts said...

On the underground/heavy psych side, 1971 was the best year ever. Hawkwind's "X In Search of Space", Amon Duul II's "Dance of the Lemmings", Faust, Ege Bamyasi by CAN, aaah...... it was a very good year. Hell, even here in the 'states, wasn't it the year of Zappa's 200 Motels?

Jeeves! Git me that time machine!

Anonymous said...

Another batch of goodies, although I bet commenter Mick is going to choke on "Go Away Little Girl." I suppose it was supposed to be clever in a meta kind of way, with the pubescent singer telling a girl she's too young for him, but it's mostly just creepy.

Great mix---and they sounded best on AM radio.

Mick said...

I've never heard that song and now I hope I never do :))

I'm not a secret Osmonds fan or anything, it's just that song brings back memories of when I was a kid.

btw Jon, will you be posting Crazy Horses?

Otto said...

Please post Badfinger's "Day After Day"...can't seem to find it posted anywhere...

David M.

marmiteboy said...

Crazy Horses would be fantastic. A classic.

Jon said...

Thanks for all the requests and suggestions -- it was hard narrowing the tunes to JUST these...so many were ubiquitous back then. I'll do my best to add to the years over time.