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A small-c catholic preaching to the unevensong choir.

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Favoriting October 28, 2018: 1972: The Greatest Year in Pop Music History, With Bronwyn B

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Artist Track Year
T. Rex  Bang a Gong (Get It On)   Favoriting 1972 
Arlo Guthrie  The City of New Orleans   Favoriting 1972 
James Brown  Get On The Good Foot—Part 1   Favoriting 1972 
Redbone  The Witch Queen of New Orleans   Favoriting 1972 
The Jimmy Castor Bunch  Troglodyte (Cave Man)   Favoriting 1972 
 
Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose  Too Late to Turn Back Now   Favoriting 1972 
Seals & Crofts  Summer Breeze   Favoriting 1972 
Mouth and MacNeal  How Do You Do   Favoriting 1972 
The Staple Singers  I'll Take You There   Favoriting 1972 
Raspberries  Go All the Way   Favoriting 1972 
 
Helen Reddy  I Am Woman   Favoriting 1972 
Billy Preston  Outa-Space   Favoriting 1972 
Elvis Presley  Burning Love   Favoriting 1972 
Aretha Franklin  Day Dreaming   Favoriting 1972 
Jonathan Edwards  Sunshine   Favoriting 1972 
 
Nilsson  Without You   Favoriting 1972 
Love Unlimited  Walking in The Rain With the One I Love   Favoriting 1972 
Paul Simon  Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard   Favoriting 1972 
Godspell  Day by Day   Favoriting 1972 
Argent  Hold Your Head Up   Favoriting 1972 
 
Apollo 100  Joy   Favoriting 1972 
The Hollies  Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress)   Favoriting 1972 
The Chi-Lites  Oh Girl   Favoriting 1972 
Elton John  Rocket Man   Favoriting 1972 
Sly and the Family Stone  Family Affair   Favoriting 1972 
 
Al Green  Let's Stay Together   Favoriting 1972 
Johnny Nash  I Can See Clearly Now   Favoriting 1972 
Luther Ingram  If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don't Want to Be Right   Favoriting 1972 
Neil Young  Heart of Gold   Favoriting 1972 


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Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
maggiemaggie:

Great start! I'm psyched for this!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
Gaylord Fields:

It will be fun!
  8:05pm
JakeGhould (Scary):

Boo! Gaylord!
  8:05pm
Carmichael:

Heya Gaylord. Big Flo and Eddie fan, they sang backup there. But you knew that.
Avatar 8:06pm
TDK60:

Hello Gaylord, I remember '72, sorta! maybe your show will jolt; 2 greats so far..
Avatar 8:06pm
pumpkinspicerette:

trick 'r treat!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm
Gaylord Fields:

Memories will be jogged by this show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:08pm
Folsom:

Are we getting Coconut?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:08pm
Webhamster Henry:

Party like it's 1972!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Folsom: A lot of ground to cover in two hours. I can't promise.
  8:10pm
Carmichael:

Passive voice, Gaylord ... :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:11pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Carmichael: Intentionally so.
Avatar 8:12pm
Joe B:

1972 also a great year for baseball cards -- Topps goes glam
Avatar 8:12pm
Sigurður:

=black
  8:13pm
listener Rey:

72 was a great year for music and 73 was no slouch either
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:13pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Joe B: I love the 1972 cards! Best for displaying afros!
  8:14pm
Mr C:

Gaylord goes for the gold!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Mr C: Solid gold hits of 1972, to be exact!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17pm
Webhamster Henry:

Gaylord is the K-Tel of WFMU!
  8:18pm
sweet cheri:

howdy grand Gaylord and all, I have a terrific feeling that this is going to be a wonderful night for the 70s, because I REALLY love tunes from the 70s!!! you're REALLY fantastic grand Gaylord!!!! and I MEAN IT!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Let me guess: Station Manager Ken requested that one.
  8:19pm
listener Rey:

Right on Gaylord and Bronwyn!
Avatar 8:21pm
Marc Francis:

Excellent choice! The year I was born.
  8:22pm
listener Rey:

Cavemen were not woke
  8:24pm
Peter in SEA:

I think that's the first time I've ever heard you sing on air, Gaylord!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24pm
coelacanth∅:

i believe i believe i believe i'll like this episode
  8:25pm
Peter in SEA:

This was the BEST scene in Blackkkclansman! So good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:25pm
unpopularfred:

I first learned of "Troglodyte" from The Delegates' "Campaign '72." Perhaps some other songs from this show too.
www.youtube.com...
en.wikipedia.org...
  Swag For Life Member 8:25pm
Jinx:

i was 11 in '72. first heard these songs on Musicradio 77 WABC.
Avatar 8:28pm
slugluv1313:

@ listener Ray -- haha! re: cavemen :)
@ Peter in SEA -- aw man STILL have yet to see Black Klansman! reading the book too . . .
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm
Gaylord Fields:

This is for all you toy piano aficionados.
  8:29pm
Paul in the OC:

AH, figured we'd get to Seals & Crofts eventually. Now if you REALLY want this one to kill, fast forward to 1973 & cue up the Isley Brothers!
Avatar 8:29pm
Sir Richard Slouch:

Summer Breeze is as 1972 as you can get. Doctor My Eyes a close second.
  8:29pm
sweet cheri:

you know believe it or not grand Gaylord i'm a proud owner of the collection of rhino's'"SUPER HITS OF THE 70S" and I love every tune from that cd collection.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm
Luisa24:

These songs are killing me! The songs of my childhood ! It's like being in the back of the station wagon all over again! Love it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm
Granny Spicy Tuna:

I turned 3 in 1972, and some of these songs are of my earliest memories. This is really weird, yet pleasant.
  8:30pm
mrmikestandsir:

I think I'm breaking out in hives...
'72 was my senior year of high school.
--Yes, hives and sweats...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:30pm
Tome:

YEA !!!!
Avatar 8:30pm
treehugger:

I was eight in 1972. My favorite year of music.
Change the 9 volt in your radio folks.
Great idea
  8:31pm
Elle Tor's Husband:

And of course the great Curtis Mayfield and the soundtrack to "Super Fly" is unmatched to this day...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm
Tome:

the 1972 yadda yadda song ..
Avatar 8:32pm
slugluv1313:

i was 13 in 1972 -- i listened to WABC too!
but was also migrating to WPIX-FM (101.9, i think?), as they played more than what was strictly Top 40
AND i listened to Casey Kasem's Top 40 Countdown religiously every Sunday morning! (hah! religiously indeed! my Dad would take my younger sister and i to 8am Mass, and we would get home just in time)
  8:32pm
fietje:

'72 was a great year for the Welk show.
  Swag For Life Member 8:32pm
Jinx:

total earworm, nah nah nah nah
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
Luisa24:

I'm def archiving this show! <3
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
Tome:

72 interesting year to 'hold on too" great songs ,, was not long after that ,, well as far as the "mainstream's" concerned ,,, the good Hard rocking became "metal'a and they Disco killed the hard core Funk ...
  8:35pm
Carmichael:

I was 15 in 72. Mouth and McNeal, whoa.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:35pm
Gaylord Fields:

@fietje: Fietje!!!
  8:35pm
sweet cheri:

ohhhhhhh man, grand Gaylord, this tune really grabs me, one of my favorites of all time!!!! i'm so in love with mouth and mcneal, grand Gaylord!!!
Avatar 8:36pm
slugluv1313:

"Brandy" by Looking Glass, "Precious and Few" by Climax . . . even the kinda cheeze-y stuff was pretty great :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Webhamster Henry:

Go All The Way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Webhamster Henry:

Which has a really short verse -- get's straight to the hook!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Tome:

Cheetos ..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm
Gaylord Fields:

@ slugluv1313: The 1972 cheese is some of my favorite cheese!
  8:38pm
davek:

Power Pop Yes!!!!
  8:39pm
sweet cheri:

another sweet night with you, grand Gaylord.....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39pm
doctorjazz:

Great Raspberries tune!
  8:40pm
judy from croton:

I consider myself lucky to be so ancient whenever I hear the pop songs that were on the radio when I was 16.
  8:40pm
katharsis:

Yay
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
unpopularfred:

@ slugluv1313 - I too made the mass/top 40 shuffle. Would have to occasionally bug the guy at the radio station by asking him what numbers 40 and 39 were when I didn't make it back in time.
  8:43pm
listener Rey:

Weren’t the Chakachas Dutch?
  8:44pm
Rick A.:

Another 70s Dutch import, The George Baker Selection with "Little Green Bag" and "Una Paloma Blanca".
  8:45pm
sweet cheri:

1970s was really a BEAUTIFUL decade for music, am I right grand Gaylord?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm
doctorjazz:

Was already 19, college , FM was the cool spot for music, but this stuff was still EVERYWHERE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Rick A.: Most certainly!

@listener Rey: I believe the Chakachas were Belgian.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
Webhamster Henry:

The WFMU Worst Song Contest had to split the decade in three to cover the worstness. wfmu.org...

But we won't be going there.
  8:48pm
Carmichael:

I can see Billy’s afro bouncing all over the place.
Avatar 8:48pm
slugluv1313:

yes, Chackachas were a Belgian studio group . . . SUCH an interesting vibe when their "Jungle Fever" would be playing on the car radio as my Mom, Dad, and younger sister would be driving to Grandma's house, hah!
  8:51pm
listener Rey:

The 12 year old me was practicing dance moves to this jam
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
Gaylord Fields:

@listener Rey: What a great year to be 12, right?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53pm
Tome:

born in '60 sure was for me too ... <>
  8:53pm
davek:

Since I like ROCK this is a breathe of fresh air. Go Elvis!!!
  8:53pm
listener Rey:

@slugluv LOL my parents would rush to switch the station when that song came on
Avatar 8:55pm
slugluv1313:

@ Carmichael -- yes! same here!
believe it or not -- the class at my dance school consisting of girls a bit older than me got to dance to "Outa Space" for the recital, complete with super-groovy-hot-pink-bell-bottomed-bare-midriffed outfits . . . i was sooooo *jealous*
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57pm
doctorjazz:

Always loved this Jonathan Edwards tune.
  8:58pm
sweet cheri:

i'm glad we both have something in common grand Gaylord, we both LOVE 70s tunes!!
Avatar 9:00pm
treehugger:

Uncle Albert and Maggie May were one year ahead of its time. 1971
Avatar 9:01pm
Marc Francis:

Fuck Spotify.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
Tome:

...agrees with the above wholeheartedly ..
Avatar 9:02pm
slugluv1313:

ooops spelled CHAKACHAS wrong, duh!
too funny, Ray! guessing that was not an unusual parental response!
Avatar 9:02pm
Sigurður:

Spotify fucking
Avatar 9:04pm
slugluv1313:

HELLO TERRE T. WE LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
coelacanth∅:

Terre T is wfmu Royalty
  9:04pm
davek:

Agree!!!
Avatar 9:06pm
Sir Richard Slouch:

Up Lehigh Valley, Up Lehigh Valley.
  9:07pm
listener Rey:

@gaylord You said it. 72 was also a showcase year for R&B slow jams. Stylistics were all over the radio. Hint hint
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
coelacanth∅:

overplayed and imitated to near death; still a masterpiece.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Webhamster Henry:

Harry hated that "Just the way the story goes" line.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
coelacanth∅:

(a collaborative masterpiece,that is)
  9:08pm
nickrhombi:

i was five years when i first heard this song on the radio in my sisters room. it pulled emotions out of me that i was too young to have been able to experience. the magic of music. - i remember waiting.... and waiting....and waiting to hear it again... good set. most evocative.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
Webhamster Henry:

Harry was a master of multitrack.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm
Gaylord Fields:

Couldn't find the single version of Love Unlimited.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
coelacanth∅:

my older sister was thinking about getting the album, the i heard jump into the fire on the radio and said Get it get it get it get it!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm
Aitch:

I was 8. Nilsson made that awesome movie The Point around then too. Much formative stuff in 72. I had 4 elder siblings so was immersed in it.
  9:12pm
listener Rey:

I’m just gonna have to clicky star EVERYTHING tonight.
Avatar 9:12pm
slugluv1313:

one of the most bizarre/incongruous sights i have ever seen was the 7th and 8th cheerleaders twirling batons to "I Am Woman" -- even then i was soon pissed off! (see, back then girls were not allowed to play basketball! only do cheerleading . . . i sucked at sports, but felt bad for a friend of mine who was an amazing basketball player . . . but, by the time i got to 8th grade, we DID have a girls' basketball team)
Avatar 9:13pm
slugluv1313:

yeahhhhhhh Baby . . . !
  9:14pm
Montana Slim:

When did WFMU turn into an oldies station? LOL, just kiddin'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Montana Slim: When I turned into an oldie.
  9:14pm
sweet cheri:

grand Gaylord? like I said before, I really do love 70s tunes, they really grab me!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15pm
Aitch:

My take the listeners about the same age as the DJs? Getting old but still into it, always will be.
Avatar 9:16pm
slugluv1313:

YES!!! STYLISTICS! Chi-Lites too . . . i am guessing many who were on that AMAZING "Hey Love!" compilation (which i ordered off the TV, immediately upon seeing the commercial! and happily still have the 3 LP set)
  9:17pm
Zetti:

Really fun show! Thanks Gaylord & BB.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17pm
Aitch:

My wacky mum dragging me to Godspell and JCSS as a kid, spinning me out now Gaylord
  9:17pm
pp:

Robin Lamont, uncredited singer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Kelly Jones:

Godspell was probably my very first record and you know I know every song by heart. #raisedinacult
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Gaylord Fields:

@slugluv1313: With the great tagline "No, my brother: You've got to buy your own!"
  9:18pm
famous original sugarwerewolf:

Hi! 1972 was like 20 years before I was born
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Kelly Jones:

Thanks for a great show G & B!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
Gaylord Fields:

Genius segue courtesy Bronwyn B!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
coelacanth∅:

great track by argent
  Swag For Life Member 9:19pm
Jinx:

hope i don't accidentally head off to 6th grade instead of to work tomorrow morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20pm
Luisa24:

@Jinx HAHAHAHA
Avatar 9:20pm
slugluv1313:

EXACTLY, Gaylord! i think THAT was the clincher! :)
Avatar 9:20pm
On the Yazoo:

I was 11 in '72.. I got a lot of these records
Avatar 9:21pm
slugluv1313:

YES! Godspell segueing into Argent = PERFECTION!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm
doctorjazz:

Mostly out was album rock in my crowd... The Band, Grateful Dead, Bowie, Neil Young, Jackson Browne, Jethro Tull, etc. Took a bit to catch up with other stuff going on in the music world...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
coelacanth∅:

between me and (mostly) my older siblings and my parents we had this program mostly covered.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
Folsom:

@gaylord @slugluv1313 www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
Mike Sin:

Completely enjoy shows such as this because, for me, it's cool to hear some songs I've heard many many times presented in a specific historical context. A specific context actually makes me "hear" them a bit differently, if that makes any sense.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
listener 126464:

do we have homework this weekend?
Avatar 9:22pm
slugluv1313:

@ Jinx -- be sure to wear one of those sizzler dresses!
  9:22pm
sufferwords:

was fun living through this soundtrack my first year of smoking weed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23pm
Tommy in Neversink:

I LOVE this show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
Webhamster Henry:

Thanks for helping out Bronwyn B.!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
Tommy in Neversink:

I loved Simon's first solo album
Avatar 9:24pm
slugluv1313:

@ Folsom -- THANK-YOU! yes i HAD to but my own!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25pm
coelacanth∅:

i will never have a favorite year for music, but if i was forced to choose one i might pick 1969
  9:26pm
nickrhombi:

@aitch; yeah man, the point! also hugely important at the time. (youngest of 6 here. got everybodys music.) impressive melodic continuity there. and the warmest bass drum ever recorded. 'sit besiiiide the breakfast table... think about your troubles....'
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slugluv1313:

oops BUY (durned auto-correct!)
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slugluv1313:

JOY! YES!!!!!!!!
wasn't "Popcorn" also from 1972?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Jinx: !!!
  9:28pm
Sigurður:

I wonder of London, thinking of color of course
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
coelacanth∅:

my parents bought this album. even at my young age i had to hear the original music this came from. i borrowed it from the library. of course i didn't like it much!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm
Gaylord Fields:

@slugluv1313: Yes, "Popcorn" most certainly was!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm
Aitch:

No American Pie!!! And nickrhombi, Point was '71, I checked. Ringo narrates!
  9:29pm
nickrhombi:

... wasnt this terre t's theme music? or a variation on it by 'the move'?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm
Tommy in Neversink:

I thought Long Cool Woman..was Creedence for a long time
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Aitch:

Even worse I thought it was their best track
  9:31pm
nickrhombi:

@aitch... discovered jcs a little later around 10 or 11. game changer.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
coelacanth∅:

nick, Bronwyn has it for bed music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Tommy in Neversink:

In 72' I mainly heard the radio in the car with my mom ,I didn't much attention to who did what ...a lot of distractions ...sisters and brothers talking. I was 15 yo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
coelacanth∅:

Terre T opened with the move's song that her show was named for, but used a loop for her bed. i can't think of the song.
Avatar 9:33pm
slugluv1313:

ooooh Chi-Lites! THANK-YOU GAYLORD!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Tommy in Neversink:

..pay much attention
  9:33pm
nickrhombi:

- and definitely, 'the point' is still in rotation when i get the flu or on holidays when nieces and nephews visit.... gotta 'imprint'.
  9:34pm
sweet cheri:

grand Gaylord, I just would like to say that you're really a radio god!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34pm
coelacanth∅:

the move song "cherry blossom clinic" has "joy" in the instrumental middle.
  9:35pm
nickrhombi:

thank you, coelcanth! - wasnt there a rumor about terre t returning to the wfmu airwaves?
Avatar 9:35pm
TDK60:

I was wondering @ Oh Girl!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
coelacanth∅:

i hope it's not just a rumor
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
Kelly Jones:

1972 just didn't know when to quit...it's cray!
  9:36pm
Sigurður:

Makes you wonder
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37pm
Tommy in Neversink:

I think 68' was the great year for radio. I remember hearing Desmond Dekker's The Israelites along with Johnny Cash's A Boy Named Sue and Herb Albert's This guy's in love....in rural North Carolina. What a mix
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Kelly Jones: And there's a LOT more where these came from!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Tommy in Neversink: I'm also partial to 1969 and 1970.
  9:38pm
nickrhombi:

yes, there was an instrumental interlude during cherry blossom clinic...i didnt know it had a name! - sort of a variation on that apollo jam... i think thats kind of a 'traditional' melody though, maybe? archaic...
  9:39pm
Joe R.:

I was skeptical about the premise of this show - I’d say 1966 if asked (no one has) - but you both are laying out a convincing argument :) Plus heavy nostalgia since I was *just* starting to be aware of music at this time, probably on WABC too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Tommy in Neversink:

It's possible some of the songs I mentioned were 69'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40pm
coelacanth∅:

"ode to joy" by Beethoven
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40pm
chresti:

1972 was a crazy year for me, at 15
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm
coelacanth∅:

i can only reduce it to a favorite decade, and it's an 11-year decade. 1965-1976.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm
Gaylord Fields:

@Joe R.: Glad you're giving our thesis consideration.
  9:42pm
nickrhombi:

nooooo... is it!? lol. i thought it was like a scottish folk song or something. ha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
Webhamster Henry:

Thanks for not doing the obvious Starman segue.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
chresti:

Tommy-same with me- the car radio
  Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
Jinx:

still have Sly's Fresh that i bought from Columbia House
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
Aitch:

Here in Oz was split between England / US (and our own) on the radio. We got more Bowie, Roxy Music, Slade, Garry Glitter for e.g.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
Tommy in Neversink:

Sly and the Family Stone doing It's a family Affair is like Bad Company (the band) doing Bad Company ( the song)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm
chresti:

hello!
Avatar 9:45pm
slugluv1313:

i think Terre T.'s bed music was a William Orbit remix??? i remember calling her up to ask her what she was playing and then bought the CD . . . but of course NOW i cannot for the life of me recall the title!
Avatar 9:46pm
slugluv1313:

Creedence's "Switch Hitch Hiker" is from 1972
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TDK60:

I love '65 but like '72 too; great nonhit LP trax too: fusion, soul, country-rock, art rock, hard rock.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
coelacanth∅:

my older sister got me into Sly & the family inadvertently
she used to steal bags full of 45s because she could, i guess, and she gave me "family affair" for xmas. i knew she didn't give a shit what i wanted, which was hard rock music, mostly. then she gave me another copy of it for my birthday 1 month later. so i listened to it again, and i liked it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
Tommy in Neversink:

I thought I had heard that already
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm
chresti:

play it again!
  9:47pm
Wong:

You don't kno how many thymes I've sed 1972 wuz an incred year for music.
Loved & luv Danny O'Keefe's
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm
unpopularfred:

Joy is "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by J. S. Bach
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agnesfidget:

One can't be blamed for wanting to play "I'll Take You There" more than once.
  9:48pm
Sigurður:

Line, sea see line
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slugluv1313:

Malo's "Suavecito" too :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm
Tommy in Neversink:

OH yea ! A classic !
  9:48pm
Montana Slim:

If you have it in the WFMU library: Hot Tuna - Burgers : Water Song ... a favorite 8-track song...
Avatar 9:48pm
fleep:

Oh yes, please
  9:50pm
Wong:

Joni's
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50pm
chresti:

war-cisco kid, was that 72?
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coelacanth∅:

u-fred really? it does sound more like Bach but i thought i'd borrowed the Beethoven record after learning the music's origin.
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Tommy in Neversink:

Cisco Kid was WAY after 72'
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Tome:

yep is was '72
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Tommy in Neversink:

OH , sorry , I stand corrected
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Tome:

bit.ly... << __
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Wong:

So many songs on Neil Young's 'Harvest'
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nickrhombi:

'bach'! yes!, thank you unpopularfred! and certainly, branwyn, i recognize the apollo 100 as your bed music, now. (dialed it up on the break and had a quick listen.)
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Tome:

was not sure myself actually had to check ^^^^
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slugluv1313:

Jimmy Cliff's "The Harder They Come" is from 1972 too
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coelacanth∅:

shit unpopularfred you're right! "ode to joy" was a hit by Miguel Rios (?) around the same time. i got confused.
nick, got all that?!
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Sigurður:

Still feeling hate...
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slugluv1313:

this Johnny Nash song was what i was singing when i FINALLY "got" algebra :)
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coelacanth∅:

slugluv haha
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nickrhombi:

nicks a little confused, but thats nothing new. im following right along. thanks all!
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Jinx:

in re: the bridge discussion on Michael Shelley's show, does "I Can See Clearly Now" qualify? if that is a bridge in that song, it soars!
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Gaylord Fields:

@Jinx: Oh, it certainly qualifies!
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chresti:

Haha slug!
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Wong:

Leon Russell's 'Carney' had
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Sigurður:

Dempered
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coelacanth∅:

sorry to almost spread misinformation! my parents had both 45s. ("Joy" by apollo 100 & "ode to joy" by Miguel somebodyorother)
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Ken From Hyde Park:

It's probably bad form to ask, but what year was the worst for popular music?
Appreciate the visit to '72, Gaylord & Bronwyn.
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Tome:

.. was downhill slowly after '72,,, and down more after like '77 ,,, well ..
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TDK60:

Jinx, that bridge is beautiful, classical music like chord changes
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Tommy in Neversink:

IMO Heart of Gold is the least interesting song on Harvest (one of the best albums ever made) and it was the hit.
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coelacanth∅:

Tome but "punk" ("new wave") revitalized it for 3-4 years, in my opinion.
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unpopularfred:

don't know thie Miguel somebodyorother tune, will have to seek yhat out. (I know Rainbow used to play it.)
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Tome:

was only thinking "mainstream" but then again the "mainstream" up until like '78 was pretty goo ..
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Jinx:

woo hoo!
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Wong:

Great show
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chresti:

I wonder what decade had the most releases
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coelacanth∅:

Thanks Gaylord and Bronwyn
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Webhamster Henry:

Thanks you two! It's an education!
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fleep:

Thank YOU both for part 1, with more to come
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slugluv1313:

FOUND IT!
Terre T.'s bed music: "Psyche Rock" by Pierre Henry
(yes, i am THAT ocd about stuff like this! had to figure it out once i got home)
why of WHY i was thinking William Orbit is beyond me . . . but i assure you, i have NOT been tripping out on *whatever* these groovy humans are experiencing :)
www.youtube.com...
THANKS AGAIN for a FANTASTIC SHOW!
looking forward to part two of '72 :)
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Miss Georgia Peach:

THIS IS A GOOD SHOW
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