Friday, June 02, 2023

Classic Early 1970s AM Radio Rock - Volume 1

VIDEO HERE  (1 hour, 6 minutes)

0:00 "Draggin' The Line" by Tommy James (1971, no. 3)
2:46 "Bang a Gong (Get it On)" by T. Rex (1971, no. 10)
7:14 "Down on the Corner" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969, no. 3)
9:59 "Signs" by Five Man Electrical Band (1971, no. 3)
14:04 "Temptation Eyes" by The Grass Roots (1971, no. 15)
16:45 "White Lies, Blue Eyes" by Bullet (1971, no. 28)
19:41 "Treat Her Like a Lady" by Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose (1971, no. 3)
22:23 "Yellow River" by Christie (1970, no. 23)
25:12 "Keep on Smilin'" by Wet Willie (1974, no. 10)
28:46 "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) by Edison Lighthouse (1970, no. 5)
31:36 "Ma Belle Amie" by Tee Set (1969, no. 5)
34:53 "Sweet Mary" by Wadsworth Mansion (1970, no. 7)
37:36 "Sweet City Woman" by The Stampeders (1971, no. 8)
41:05 "My Maria" by B.W. Stevenson (1973, no. 9)
43:34 "One Toke Over the Line" by Brewer and Shipley (1971, no. 10)
46:57 "Domino" by Van Morrison (1970, no. 9)
50:03 "Doctor My Eyes" by Jackson Browne (1972, no. 12)
53:23 "I Saw the Light" by Todd Rundgren (1972, no. 16)
56:25 "Hold Your Head Up" by Argent (1972, no. 5)
59:58 "Indian Reservation" by The Raiders (1971, no. 1)
1:02:53 "Hitchin' a Ride" by Vanity Fare (1970, no. 5)
1:06:02 "Don't Pull Your Love" by Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Reynolds (1971, no. 4)


  1. 10, 11,and 12....great music, great years!

  2. Srsly? Why did I think One Toke was by Three Dog Night?
    Pretty cool looking at the titles of so many songs and being able to " Hear " at least Some of it. IDK any Modern music and the Classic station seems to have about fifty songs that we've all heard till shooting the radio seems reasonable. Ahh, the wife told me she heard Levitating. I listened. It would have made that list in 71, too.
    Thanks for that little trip down memory lane.

  3. The single best time of my life was spending summers in the early 70s at the swimming pool with my friends and girlfriends while these very songs were blasting over the loudspeaker.
    I knew those were special times and I appreciated every bit of them.

  4. All great music great time to be growing up

  5. The bad news is that I can sing along to a lot of them . . .

    1. i was just thinking that same thing

  6. I would have listened to Dragging the Line and Cherokee Indian Reservation.

  7. What AM radio was all about

  8. But, the better stuff was on FM.

  9. Sigh... I remember ALL of those!

  10. I want to go back!


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