Saturday, March 29, 2014

Show #431--3/30/14

Sunday Music Club (1976-1980)

My end-of-the-month feature focusing on a certain period of pop music history. And as always, a mix of familiar & obscure. 

Fox on the Run—Sweet
You Should Be Dancing—Bee Gees
Full of Fire—Al Green
More, More, More—Andrea True Connection
If I Can’t Have You—Yvonne Elliman
I Don’t Know if It’s Right—Evelyn “Champagne” King 
Love is the Answer—Utopia 
Breakaway—Gallagher & Lyle
Never Too Tender—Offenbach
Ponta de Lanca Africano (Umbabarauma)—Jorge Ben 
A Message to You, Rudy—The Specials 
Another Rainy Day in New York City—Chicago


Strawberry Letter 23—The Brothers Johnson
T.V.O.D.—The Normal
TV is King—The Tubes
Fire—The Pointer Sisters   
White Mice—The Mo-Dettes   
Sleeping Beauty—Lene Lovich
They Got Me Covered—Dirty Looks
Think About Me—Fleetwood Mac
Dance (Pt. 1)—The Rolling Stones   
Angel Eyes—Roxy Music  
Gertcha—Chas & Dave 
Pilot of the Airwaves—Charlie Dore
Street Life—The Crusaders 

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