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Wednesday, August 18, 2010
A fractured semi-fantasy of what pop radio sounded like during the waning days of the Nixon era...
(Said mashup was commissioned by my friend Phil for his recent college radio show commemorating Tricky's August 1974 resignation.)
Dickie Goodman, "Watergate"
George McRae, "Rock Your Baby"
Three Dog Night, "Shambala"
Sylvia, "Pillow Talk"
Terry Jacks, "Seasons in the Sun"
Sly & the Family Stone, "If You Want Me to Stay"
John Denver, "Annie's Song" (note: No. 1 on
the week Nixon resigned)
Steely Dan, "Rikki Don't Lose That Number"
King Harvest, "Dancing in the Moonlight"
Dobie Gray, "Drift Away"
DeFranco Family, "Heartbeat (It's a Lovebeat)"
Blue Swede, "Hooked on a Feeling"
Carl Douglas, "Kung Fu Fighting"
Paul McCartney & Wings, "Band on the Run"
Joni Mitchell, "Help Me"
David Essex, "Rock On"
unknown beat from K-Tel's
Mocedades, "Eres Tu"
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