The 1970 s brought us the most diverse decade of music with Disco, Funk, Soul,Rock, Pop, Electronic and experimental music If the 60 s was the decade that gave birth to modern pop music then it was the 70 s that had it all- from bubblegum to disco to hard rock. When else could you see Donny Osmond, Marc Bolan, David Bowie and Thin Lizzy all on the same edition of Top of the Pops? We have gone into the archive to dig out glam rock classics from T Rex and Roxy Music, great rock performances from the likes of Status Quo and Tom Petty and the emerging new wave and punk sounds of The Damned and The Jam. Every programme includes newsreel from the time, together with facts and information about the artists and the songs. Status Quo Rockin All Over the World T.Rex Jeepster The Damned Smash it up Peter Tosh Don't Look Back (You ve Gotta Walk) The Edgar Winter Group Frankenstein Roxy Music Virginia Plain Free All Right Now 10cc The Wall Street Shuffle Suzi Quatro 48 Crash Sparks This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us The Stranglers No More Heroes The Boomtown Rats Rat Trap Alice Cooper Under my Wheels The Buggles Video Killed the Radio Star David Essex Rock On T Rex Get it On Mink DeVille Spanish Stroll Boomtown Rats I don't Like Monday's Sweet Teenage Rampage Bill Withers Ain't No Sunshine The Stranglers Peaches Bay City Rollers Bye Bye Baby Squeeze Up the Junction The Damned Love Song The Hollies He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother Focus Sylvia/Hocus Pocus Dr Hook When You re in Love With A Beautiful Woman 10cc Dreadlock Holiday Squeeze Cool for Cats Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel Make me Smile (Come up and See Me) John Martyn May You Never 10cc The Things we do for Love Medicine Head How Does it Feel The Stranglers Walk on By Lulu The Man who sold the World Slade Cum on Feel the Noize Natalie Cole This will be an everlasting Love New York Dolls Jet Boy Tom Robinson 2468 Motorway Tim Buckley Dolphins The Three Degrees When Will I see You Again Taste of Honey Boogie Oogie Oogie David Cassidy Rock Me Baby Hot Chocolate Emma Smokey If you think you know How to Love Me Pilot Just a smile The Stranglers Duchess Dr. Feelgood Milk and Alcohol Talking Heads Psycho Killer Real Thing You to Me are Everything The Knack My Sharona Lynyrd Skinyrd Freebird Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel Here Comes the Sun 10cc Silly Love Marshall Hain Dancing in the City.
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