You’ll be seeing a lot of these two men over the next few days-check out the beginning of our list of the top 100 albums of the Seventies!
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It seems just about every musical style gets recycled whether it deserves it or not. Here are five genres that definitely do.
One more. Just one more installment of Digging for Gold after this week’s and our journey through Time-Life’s AM Gold series is at an end. Here we go with the third batch of tracks from AM Gold: 1979.
Thanks to this week’s “Digging for Gold,” in which we look at the second batch of songs from AM Gold: 1979, you can now cross the words “shriveled testicles” off the list of phrases you thought you wouldn’t read on the internet today.
This week’s installment of AM Gold: 1978 features no Bee Gees songs, but two songs written by the Brothers Gibb.
Say what you want about the cultural phenomenon that was Star Wars, but boy could you dance to its theme song.
There’s only one way to truly appreciate this week’s AM Gold: 1976 entries, and that’s to listen once again to the famous Casey Kasem rant inspired by Henry Gross. RIP Snuggles.
As America celebrated its 200th birthday in 1976, two of its biggest hits were the theme song to a show about the 1950s and a retro disco number from a band recalling a fond night more than a decade earlier.
Disco, glam rock, and Leo Sayer are riding high on the charts, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for AM Gold: 1975 baby!
Get your dancing shoes on and celebrate this week’s Jheri Curl Friday with Sylvester and his hit “Someone Like You.”
Rob Smith’s new vinyl column opens with E.L.O.’s disco record, “Discovery.”
A look at the songs and the story behind 50 years of the Beach Boys, American’s greatest pop band.
The 1970s weren’t all shag carpeting and plaid pants. OK, they were. But not all of it sucked. Really.
Chris Holmes looks at the debut album from one-hit wonder Carl Douglas to decide if he has more to offer than “Kung Fu Fighting.”
The Beach Boys were old(er) and struggling to remain relevant in the late ’70s. Luckily (or not) for them, the tape was rolling to capture it all.