The Friday Mixtape: 8/20/10 — Late Summer, Late Seventy-something

Written by Music, The Weekly Mixtape

This week’s Popdose mixtape features deep tracks from the 1970s, including music from Jackson Browne, Syreeta, Grand Funk, John Lennon, America, and more!

A sequel, of sorts, to my Shag Carpet Listening Session from April.

Terry Reid – Superlungs My Supergirl, from Terry Reid (1969)
The Ides of March – One Woman Man, from Vehicle (1970)
REO Speedwagon – Any Kind of Love, from REO (1976)
Blood, Sweat, and Tears – More and More, from Blood, Sweat, and Tears (1969)
The Isely Brothers – What It Comes Down To, from 3 + 3 (1973)
Jackson Browne – Sleep’s Dark and Silent Gate, from The Pretender (1976)
Christine McVie – I’m on My Way, from Legendary Christine Perfect Album (1970)
Michael Nesmith – Here I Am, from Nevada Fighter (1971)
America – Sister Golden Hair, from Hearts (1975)
Glen Campbell – Words, from Wichita Lineman (1968)
O. V. Wright – Let’s Straighten It Out, from The Bottom Line (1978)
Fleetwood Mac – She’s Changing Me, from Heroes are Hard to Find (1974)
Grand Funk Railroad – Please Don’t Worry, from Grand Funk (1970)
Savoy Brown – A Little More Wine, from Raw Sienna (1970)
Aretha Franklin – I’ll Never Be Free, from Soul ’69 (1969)
David Porter – The Masquerade is Over, from Victim of the Joke: An Opera (1971)
Loggins & Messina – Brighter Days, from Motherlode (1974)
Pat Metheny – Unity Village, from Bright Size Life (1975)
Syreeta – What Love Has Joined Together, from Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta (1972)
John Lennon – Oh My Love, from Imagine (1971)