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fred flinstone 11:45 Fri Mar 31
Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
As an alternative to the constant bickering on the political threads how about thinking of your favourite singles from that greatest of all decades, the 70s ! The variety of music in this decade was astonishing so should give you plenty of scope but try to limit the number to 5 and make sure they were singles not just album tracks !

1) Life On Mars - David Bowie
2) Pyjamarama - Roxy Music
3) Shake Some Action - Flamin' Groovies
4) Complete Control - The Clash
5) Transmission - Joy Division

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Stranded 3:50 Sat Apr 8
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Mungo Jerry - My Girl and Me
Hustler - Get Outa My ‘Ouse
The Modern Lovers - Roadrunner
Mud - Tiger Feet
Electric Eels - Agitated

Lowestoft Hammer 10:38 Sat Apr 8
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Disco Connection - Isaac Hayes
You Don't Have To Be A Star - Marilyn McCoo / Billy Davis Jr
Swing Your Daddy - Jim Gilstrap
The Hustle - Van McCoy
Rock Your Baby - George McCrae

norwich hammer 9:56 Sat Apr 8
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Another 5



Wishing on a star. Rose Royce
Reunited. Peaches and Herb
Sail on. Commodores
Touched by your presence. Blondie
Teenage kicks. Undertones

Private Dancer 7:14 Sat Apr 8
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
An amazing era of music when life was much more simple. Have actually been listening to some 70's shit recently..

Love Sister Sledge's He's the greatest dancer, Lost in Music.

Kung Ku Fighting - Carl Douglas

That's The Way - KC and The Sunshine Band

Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry

jfk 1:18 Sat Apr 8
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Stairway to heaven - Led Zeppeling
Superstition - Stevie wonder
Backstabbers - The O'jays
Tiny Dancer - Elton John
Love and Affection- Joan Armatrading

Stranded 10:34 Fri Apr 7
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
only1billybonds 7:55

I did know, but as it was only a couple of days ago that I was saying "Did you know R. Dean Taylor was.." to a mate, I'm in no position to be cunting anyone else for it, haha.

COOL HAND LUKE 10:21 Fri Apr 7
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Bold As Brass / Sugar and Spice - Split Enz
A Smile Is Diamond - A Band Called O
Goodbye Baby, Hello Friend - Wishbone Ash
Fooled Around And Fell In Love - Elvin Bishop
Ça plane pour moi - Plastic Bertrand

oioi 9:22 Fri Apr 7
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley and The Wailers
Heroes - Bowie
Superstition - Stevie Wonder
Good Times – Chic
Brown Sugar – Stones

kenyahammer 8:36 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Focus - Hocus Pocus
Meat Loaf - Bat out of Hell
AC/DC - Whole lotta Rosie
The Boss - Born to Run
Ram Jam - Black Betty

icwhs 8:02 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Shit thread

only1billybonds 7:55 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Sold0/stranded.

R.Dean Taylor was the first ever white artist to record for motown.

Feel free to tell me to piss off if you already knew this.

Loving you. Minnie Riperton.
My sweet lord. George Harrison.
Love is the answer. England Dan and John ford coley.
Angie. The Stones.
Lady marmalade. Labelle.

norwich hammer 6:39 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
That's correct,R dean Tayloy recorded "there's a ghost in my house" in the 60s, I went to hitsville in 1993 and what a place all those songs recorded in one room of a house.
Most recorded the previous year to releasing,
Jackson 5 come from Gary Indiana just south of Chicago.

Should get together with sold. Coz we could talk some :-)

Lertie Button 6:37 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Last one, for a bit anyway

Gold Medallions - Tucky Buzzard
Jesus was a cross maker - Judee Sill
Garden Party - Rick Nelson
The Bangin Man - Slade
Caribbean Moon - Kevin Ayers

Could be my favourite 5 of all

Lertie Button 6:30 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Chinese Restaurant - The Sarsted Brothers
Living Thing - Elo
Dearg Doom - Horslips
Ramblin Man - The Allman Brothers
Run of the mill - George Harrison

Gloucester Iron 5:59 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
And today's selections are:

1. What a Waste - Ian Dury & The Blockheads
2. Street Life - Roxy Music
3. Search & Destroy - The Stooges
4. Showdown - ELO
5.Stomp - The Brothers Johnson

Lowestoft Hammer 5:29 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
It would have been a miracle for Agadoo to be popular in the 70's considering it wasn't recorded until 1984.

Gavros 5:25 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Having been to a number of discos over the years, these are by far the most popular records from the 70s:

Agadoo
Superman
YMCA
oops upside your head
Kung fu fighting

The_Phantom 5:20 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
5 crackin pop songs

Girl,Girls,Girls Sailor
If I cant have you Yvonne Elliman
Some Girls Racey
Bang Bang BA Robertson
Never let her slip away Andrew Gold

Lowestoft Hammer 4:43 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
To counter Sold's Motown 5, here's a PHILLY 5.

I Love Music - The O'Jays
When Will I See You Again - Three Degrees
Only The Strong Survive - Billy Paul
If You Don't Know Me By Know - Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes
Never Let You Get Away From Me - Anthony White

zebthecat 4:23 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Seconds thoughts - drop the banshees and replace with

A Forest - The Cure

Stranded 4:21 Thu Apr 6
Re: Favourite 5 singles of the 70s
Hit send too soon. The 70s hit was a re-issue.

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