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Smokin' 70's

1. Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin
2. Imagine - John Lennon
3. Hotel California - The Eagles
4. What's Going On - Marvin Gaye
5. Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen
6. Layla - Derek and the Dominos
7. Superstition - Stevie Wonder
8. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
9. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon and Garfunkel
10. Let's Stay Together - Al Green
11. Let It Be - The Beatles
12. Maggie May - Rod Stewart
13. American Pie - Don McLean
14. Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who
15. Stayin' Alive - The Bee Gees
16. Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
17. Brown Sugar - The Rolling Stones
18. Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
19. Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac
20. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone - The Temptations
21. Your Song - Elton John
22. Midnight Train to Georgia - Gladys Knight and the Pips
23. More Than a Feeling - Boston
24. Just My Imagination - The Temptations
25. I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor
26. Roxanne - The Police
27. Dream On - Aerosmith
28. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 - Pink Floyd
29. No Woman, No Cry - Bob Marley and the Wailers
30. London Calling - The Clash
31. Family Affair - Sly and the Family Stone
32. Anarchy in the UK - The Sex Pistols
33. Dancing Queen - Abba
34. We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions - Queen
35. Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine - James Brown
36. Living for the City - Stevie Wonder
37. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
38. Lola - The Kinks
39. Smoke on the Water - Deep Purple
40. Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits
41. Walk This Way - Aerosmith
42. Lean on Me - Bill Withers
43. Who'll Stop the Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival
44. Me and Bobby McGee - Janis Joplin
45. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
46. Rapper's Delight - The Sugarhill Gang
47. Theme from 'Shaft' - Isaac Hayes
48. Heart of Glass - Blondie
49. Fire and Rain - James Taylor
50. Baba O'Riley - The Who

51. Paranoid - Black Sabbath
52. Heart of Gold - Neil Young
53. Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed
54. It's Too Late - Carole King
55. You Are the Sunshine of My Life - Stevie Wonder
56. All Right Now - Free
57. Good Times - Chic
58. (Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
59. If You Don't Know Me by Now - Harold Melvin & the B. N.
60. Riders On the Storm - The Doors
61. My Sweet Lord - George Harrison
62. Get It On (Bang a Gong) - T. Rex
63. Black Magic Woman - Santana
64. Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan
65. One Nation Under a Groove - Funkedelic
66. Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
67. Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson
68. We Are Family - Sister Sledge
69. Rock and Roll - Led Zeppelin
70. I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones
71. Money - Pink Floyd
72. Miss You - The Rolling Stones
73. Piano Man - Billy Joel
74. Maybe I'm Amazed (studio version) - Paul McCartney
75. Tired of Being Alone - Al Green
76. Killing Me Softly with His Song - Roberta Flack
77. Changes - David Bowie
78. Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
79. Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen
80. Le Freak - Chic
81. Heroes - David Bowie
82. God Save the Queen - The Sex Pistols
83. Hot Stuff - Donna Summer
84. War - Edwin Starr
85. Night Moves - Bob Seger
86. Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
87. Brass in Pocket - The Pretenders
88. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John
89. Band of Gold - Freda Payne
90. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
91. I'll Take You There - The Staple Singers
92. Tumbling Dice - The Rolling Stones
93. Love Train - The O'Jays
94. Message in a Bottle - The Police
95. Mercy Mercy Me - Marvin Gaye
96. Instant Karma - John Lennon
97. Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ramones
98. One of These Nights - The Eagles
99. Old Time Rock 'n' Roll - Bob Seger
100. You're So Vain - Carly Simon

101. Oh Girl - The Chi-Lites
102. Train in Vain - The Clash
103. Take It Easy - The Eagles
104. I'll Be Around - The Spinners
105. American Woman - The Guess Who
106. Roundabout - Yes
107. That Lady - The Isley Brothers
108. Angie - The Rolling Stones
109. Rock Lobster - The B-52's
110. Have You Seen Her - The Chi-Lites
111. Reeling in the Years - Steely Dan
112. Bennie and the Jets - Elton John
113. Aqualung - Jethro Tull
114. Low Rider - War
115. I'm Not in Love - 10cc
116. The Long and Winding Road - The Beatles
117. Y.M.C.A. - Village People
118. The Boys Are Back in Town - Thin Lizzy
119. Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry
120. Rocket Man - Elton John
121. Best of My Love - The Emotions
122. Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
123. The Joker - The Steve Miller Band
124. Have You Ever Seen the Rain - CCR
125. Paradise by the Dashboard Light - Meat Loaf
126. School's Out - Alice Cooper
127. Lady Marmalade - LaBelle
128. Joy to the World - Three Dog Night
129. Highway to Hell - AC/DC
130. Brick House - Commodores
131. Tear the Roof off the Sucker - Parliament
132. Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum
133. Radar Love - Golden Earring
134. Oye Como Va - Santana
135. Child in Time - Deep Purple
136. I Feel Love - Donna Summer
137. Jamming - Bob Marley and the Wailers
138. All the Young Dudes - Mott the Hoople
139. Moondance - Van Morrison
140. Drift Away - Dobie Gray
141. Ohio - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
142. Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder
143. Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan
144. Get Up, Stand Up - The Wailers
145. Lust for Life - Iggy Pop
146. Tiny Dancer - Elton John
147. Flash Light - Parliament
148. Rhiannon - Fleetwood Mac
149. Long Cool Woman - The Hollies
150. Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers

151. Respect Yourself - The Staple Singers
152. Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith
153. Cars - Gary Numan
154. Takin' Care of Business - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
155. Just What I Needed - The Cars
156. Funkytown - Lipps, Inc.
157. My Sharona - The Knack
158. Rock with You - Michael Jackson
159. The Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff
160. Back Stabbers - The O'Jays
161. Without You - Nilsson
162. Because the Night - Patti Smith
163. Rock Your Baby - George McCrae
164. I Can See Clearly Now - Johnny Nash
165. Ramblin' Man - The Allman Brothers
166. Just the Way You Are - Billy Joel
167. Rock and Roll All Nite - Kiss
168. That's the Way (I Like It) - KC & the Sunshine Band
169. Refugee - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
170. Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
171. Help Me - Joni Mitchell
172. Fame - David Bowie
173. Love to Love You Baby - Donna Summer
174. Kiss and Say Goodbye - The Manhattans
175. Time - Pink Floyd
176. Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon
177. Disco Inferno - The Trammps
178. Surrender - Cheap Trick
179. Burning Love - Elvis Presley
180. I'm Still in Love with You - Al Green
181. Autobahn - Kraftwerk
182. Pressure Drop - Toots and the Maytals
183. Smiling Faces Sometimes - Undisputed Truth
184. Listen to the Music - The Doobie Brothers
185. Tonight's the Night - Rod Stewart
186. September - Earth, Wind and Fire
187. We're an American Band - Grand Funk
188. Behind Blue Eyes - The Who
189. Carry On Wayward Son - Kansas
190. Band on the Run - Paul McCartney and Wings
191. I'll Be There - The Jackson 5
192. Always and Forever - Heatwave
193. Cocaine - Eric Clapton
194. Tell Me Something Good - Rufus
195. LA Woman - The Doors
196. Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
197. Ball of Confusion - The Temptations
198. Alone Again (Naturally) - Gilbert O'Sullivan
199. Oliver's Army - Elvis Costello
200. Crocodile Rock - Elton John

201. Cruisin' - Smokey Robinson
202. Stuck in the Middle with You - Stealers Wheel
203. Who Are You - The Who
204. Fly Like an Eagle - The Steve Miller Band
205. Love Is the Drug - Roxy Music
206. Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight
207. Pump It Up - Elvis Costello
208. Life in the Fast Lane - The Eagles
209. Inner City Blues - Marvin Gaye
210. A Horse with No Name - America
211. The Logical Song - Supertramp
212. What a Fool Believes - The Doobie Brothers
213. 25 or 6 to 4 - Chicago
214. What I Like About You - The Romantics
215. Hey Hey My My (Into the Black) - Neil Young
216. Natural High - Bloodstone
217. Waterloo - Abba
218. One Way or Another - Blondie
219. Shame - Evelyn Champagne King
220. Runnin with the Devil - Van Halen
221. Mr. Blue Sky - Electric Light Orchestra
222. Ooh Child - The Five Stairsteps
223. I Saw the Light - Todd Rundgren
224. Got to Give It Up - Marvin Gaye
225. Night Fever - The Bee Gees
226. Jessica - The Allman Brothers
227. Truckin' - The Grateful Dead
228. Can't Get Enough - Bad Company
229. Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe - Barry White
230. Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet
231. I Wish - Stevie Wonder
232. Rock and Roll, Part 2 - Gary Glitter
233. Dust in the Wind - Kansas
234. When Will I See You Again - The Three Degrees
235. Black Water - The Doobie Brothers
236. Me and Mrs. Jones - Billy Paul
237. Running on Empty - Jackson Browne
238. Over the Hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin
239. Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
240. Turn the Page - Bob Seger
241. The Payback - James Brown
242. Rebel Rebel - David Bowie
243. Killer Queen - Queen
244. Fantasy - Earth, Wind and Fire
245. Long Time - Boston
246. Locomotive Breath - Jethro Tull
247. That's the Way of the World - Earth, Wind and Fire
248. Until You Come Back to Me - Aretha Franklin
249. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker - The Ramones
250. Question - The Moody Blues

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Living in the 70's

was a fantastic experience in the midst of a unique culture. These were the days of pet rocks, mood rings, water beds, crystals, incense, and wild color. There were fads, changing times, and a few troublesome events. The fact that I was older, and more aware of the world, contributed greatly to my 70's awareness. With that said, what exactly did happen in the 70's? Women's liberation, more awareness toward nuclear activity, environmentalism, more sophisticated rock and roll, and oil crises for starters.

1975 brought an end to the Vietnam conflict with the fall of Saigon. Lots of wars were being waged on the planet involving Russia and Afghanistan, and Arabia and Israel. People's awareness and anger over the Vietnam conflict resulted in massive anti-war protest marches that often turned ugly. Kent State University ended with four deaths. Mandatory busing was initiated in an effort to desegregate schools. This too led to, and often resulted in violence.

Microwave ovens, home VCR's,the first general microprocessor, and C-programming language appeared in the 70's. The discovery of "Hippiedom" which began in the mid-60's, waned by the mid-70's. The discovery of "black holes" by Steven Hawking elevated peoples' awareness of our universe. The Disco movement reached boiling levels in America in the latter half of the decade. The 70's culture seemed to bring out a more mindful generation that, by and large, were open to newer thinking and revolutionary ideals. Though unemployment and inflation was high, the era was a grand party time for many.

Styles were electric and the whole world looked and acted as if it had been plugged in. Furniture styles, quite unlike the sixties, lost the space age look, and returned to more conservative styles only splashed with loud color and wild design. Oranges, browns, rust, and other earth tones were engaging and quite popular. Swag lamps and bean bag chairs were found in many homes and apartments. Bean bags were found in many households of young and lower income people because they were inexpensive and considered cool. They were also easy to move, and could be tossed into different shapes like fluffing a pillow. Like water beds, bean bags were the thing to have. In my household, my parents would not permit bean bag chairs, but they did go for the swag lamps.

Giant consoles invaded the planet bringing us Magnificent decorative cabinet-like sets. Some even came with doors to close so they could virtually double as cabinets. They featured easy-to-use controls on the front-often behind a little door-hence the name console. These handsome show pieces for the living room were wonderful beasts that took up a fair portion of living space were great. You could buy black and white TV's in the 70's, and many people had at least one in their home as a secondary TV for the kids, or bedroom.

The prices of televisions of the 70's ranged anywhere from the $300 to $500 range, and the black and white TV's cost anywhere from $88 to $150.

Everybody in the world it seemed had one of these clock radios. These were a signature of 70's, I had one, my friends had them, and even my parents had one.

The 70’s included bizarre inventions and crazy cultural icons. Fads included some of the most unforgettable items ever. Lava lamps, adhesive daisies for cars, clogs, pet rocks, mood rings, and crystals were a part of the whole 70's experience. My friends may have had a lava lamp or two, and all the girls wore clogs, but the rest, I never engaged in. Water beds were new and all the rage. It was popular to cover one with a giant tapestry spread. Custom carved headboards were likewise the thing-some even had built-in black lights.

"Have a nice day!" became a slogan that earmarked the 70's. Accompanied by the simplistic rendering of the happy face It's quite possible that this little icon could define the entire 70's decade by its mere presence alone. Sickeningly sweet, happy faces appeared everywhere; they were spray painted on buildings, finger-drawn in the dust of automobiles, drawn on the pantlegs of levis, or simply over-marketed in stores. A second runner-up in the "I get a cavity just hearing it" category would be the classic Coke commercial stating "I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony."

Streaking! Ray Stevens even sang a song about it. Streaking was the fad of dashing naked through a very public place. This fad became very big in the 70's. The most memorable moment was a man who streaked the Academy Awards while David Niven was presenting.

Fashions in the 70's took off like rockets. The weirdest array of styles and fashions received a major jump start in the 70's. Geometric patterns of circles, stripes and blocks of color jumped out at us from clothes racks. Shorter guys had it made with shoes sporting giant heels. Polyester was a key phrase in any household; the dread leisure suits reigned; giant sunglasses balanced themselves on the bridges of 70's noses. The world of fashion had a stroke, and it had it in living, blazing color.

Big hair was in! It was stacked, packed, teased, moussed, curled, permed, and large enough to hide a Volkswagen Beetle under! Big hair was the statement for many 70's gals. The trend carried on even toward the later 80's, but nothing was as wild as the 70's big hair days.

It's amazing how this terminology has hung on to this very day. Words like "rip off," "heavy", "trip", and "flashback" have been born again, and are part of a generation who was never around for their origins.

"Far Out"
- really cool.

"Bummer" - this one needs no translation, but originated with bad acid trips, or something bad in one's life. Turned into an expression disappointment.

"Downer" - bad, disappointment. A boring person, depressing.

"Heavy "
- Also cool, but deep, on a spacey, intellectual level. "Oh man, that's too heavy for me." Also pertains to great music, a pre-cursor to heavy metal.

"Joint" - Marijuana cigarette.

"Bubble Gum, Bubble Gummers"
- teen, and light pop music. Bubble gummers relate to the people that preferred this music.

"Rip Off" - a swindle, cheat, theft. Often used to express major disappointment.

"Space" - To daydream, be lost in thought, or to forget to do something.

"Lid" - a baggie of marijuana, usually cost $10.

"Brick" - a pound of marijuana in block form.

"Tabs" - pills, usually LSD or Acid.

"Head" - Hippies, people who got high, people who were generally cool, deep.

"Freak" - Same as above.

"Freak Out" - Originally, it was to be wild and go crazy about what was passionate to us. It also described panic, a bad acid trip, or just losing one's cool.

"Straight" - The straight-laced type of person.

"The Establishment" - This one hung on for only a few short years. Relates to older, 30-ish people. Adults not within our network.

"Mugwump" - a high up important person. It's origin is in republican party extremist politics, but became slanged as important people in general.

"Farm Out" - a derivative of "far out." A classic example of stupidity.

"Trip" - Being on an LSD trip, or an acid trip. (yes, there is a difference. LSD is pure lysergic Acid Diethylamide, and "Acid" is a mix of LSD and speed.) It also means to be too serious, or to do something strange and unusual, or to panic. "You're trippin' man" could easily be translated as "dream on."

"Trippy" - pertaining to cool things unexplained, visually/aurally stunning, or just a great way to describe something or someone over that was the top. Also relates to really cool things or people that were difficult to explain in any other way.

"Truckin'" - Traveling. Also used for walking, running, or working on a project.

"Split, Jam" - To leave, take off.

"Book" - To leave, take off-mostly in a hurry.

"Burn" - A cheat. To be cheated was to get "burned."

"Booger Jam" - To leave, take off-mostly in a hurry with extreme emphasis. More stupidity at its finest hour.

"Cop" - to get something, buy something, acquire something. Also to get an attitude.

"Fuzz" - Cops, Police.

"Bogart" - to be a hog, selfish. Keep something to yourself, not share.

"Flash Back" - a revelation. An "ah-ha!" moment, to recall something nearly forgotten, or something you wish to forget.

"Munchies" - a universal term used today, but in the 70's, it referred to having the insane hunger symptoms that marijuana creates once the high starts to wear off.

"Kipe" - To steal something. "Hey, who kiped my roach clip?".

"Get Down" - Party, jam out (musically), strut your stuff.

"Stone" - Pure, absolute, virtual. A hot girl was a "stone fox." or "I'm stone in love."

"Old Man/Old Lady" - Quite unlike the 60's where these terms were slang references to parents, "old man and old lady" referred to husband/wife, or boyfriend/girlfriend.

"What it is, what it was" - What's happening.

"Plastic" - Cheap, phony, superficial. "Plastic" people were braggarts, social gainers.

"Right On" - Another time enduring expression. Meaning: yes, cool, I agree, you're right, you better believe it, yeah!

"Power to the People" - This one speaks for itself.

"More Power to Ya" - Good luck.