Sounds Of The 70'S

February 2020
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Can You Feel the Force? (S1E3)

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Vintage pop music. The early 1970s was a golden age for soul, before disco exploded onto the scene. Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson and Bill Withers perform.
30:00

Satin and Tat (S1E2)

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Toe-tapping series featuring classic Seventies music from the vaults. Kings of rock on stage include The Who, The Rolling Stones, Queen and the late, great David Bowie.
December 2019
30:00

The Boy Looked at Johnny (S1E9)

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Riotous punk, rock and new wave tunes from hellraisers across the pond, including Alice Cooper, The Ramones, Iggy Pop, Talking Heads and Bruce Springsteen.
30:00

Smash it Up (S1E8)

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Anarchy in the UK. The mid-1970s saw the emergence of punk and new wave. This stellar line-up includes The Clash, X-Ray Spex, The Damned, The Undertones and Joy Division.
30:00

Comin' Home to You (S1E7)

3.0 2 x
A rare chance to see stadium-filling rock superstars and troubled troubadours playing intimate sets in the 70s. Features The Eagles, Eric Clapton and Dire Straits.
30:00

Long Ago and Far Away (S1E6)

3.0 3 x
Nostalgic 70s music retrospective. Carole King, James Taylor, Neil Young, Don McLean and Paul Simon are just some of the influential singer-songwriters on show.
30:00

The Days I Knew Then (S1E5)

3.0 7 x
Get your satin trousers and feather boas on as we celebrate 70s pop music. Featuring classic performances from Abba, Wings, David Essex, Kate Bush and Boney M.
30:00

Free to Be Me (S1E4)

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Prog rock was massive in 1972 and even had its own TV programme - the much-loved Whistle Test. Free, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull and Yes are among the hirsute performers.
30:00

Can You Feel the Force? (S1E3)

4.0 2 x
Vintage pop music. The early 1970s was a golden age for soul, before disco exploded onto the scene. Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson and Bill Withers perform.
30:00

Satin and Tat (S1E2)

3.0 3 x
Toe-tapping series featuring classic Seventies music from the vaults. Kings of rock on stage include The Who, The Rolling Stones, Queen and the late, great David Bowie.
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