Thursday, April 29, 2010

Sucking in the 70s - Volume 2

It's a pretty commonplace notion that popular music has been targeted at teens ever since the 1950s. But when I listen to 70s pop, it's sometimes hard to believe that 12-16 year olds listened to this stuff. Then again, maybe the music explains why Gen X was so screwed up. Nah, it's best to blame that on the parents. :) Anyway, here's another 70s mixtape (you can find the first volume here).

Rose Garden Lynn Anderson
It Never Rains In Southern California Albert Hammond
(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher Rita Coolidge
My Baby Loves Lovin' White Plains
Tell Her She's Lovely El Chicano
I'd Love You to Want Me Lobo
All By Myself Eric Carmen
It's Too Late Carole King
Tighter, Tighter Alive 'N Kickin'
I'm On Fire Dwight Twilley Band
I Wonder Rodriguez
Right Back Where We Started From Maxine Nightingale
Let Your Love Flow Bellamy Brothers
Dreams Fleetwood Mac
Love Hurts Nazareth
The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia Vicki Lawrence
Low Rider War
I saw the Light Todd Rundgren
You've Got a Friend Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway
Ooh La La The Faces

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