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Steely Dan 《Do It Again》 (sound from original studio version), via YouTube.

Do It Again - Steely Dan, 1973 The sound is from the studio version and the video is from the Midnight Special aired in 1973 Uploaded by changeting on Jul 2009

Flashback To Jeannie C. Riley's Signature Song That Broke The Charts | Country Rebel

Flashback To Jeannie C. Riley's Signature Song That Broke The Charts

This is a vintage live performance by Jeannie C. Riley of her hit song, "Harper Valley P.", written by Tom T. Riley was raised in Anson, Texas.

"Vernal equinox, - spring fever make you ache for - afternoon delight"  Starland Vocal Band - Afternoon Delight

"Vernal equinox, - spring fever make you ache for - afternoon delight" Starland Vocal Band - Afternoon Delight

A selection of clips from the Carpenters resynced to the original studio track.  There seemed to be an absence of a dedicated video to this great song, so I made one. The picture quality is as good as I can get from what's out there.  Hope you enjoy!

Carpenters ~ "Goodbye To Love", in 1972 with some nice fuzz guitar work by Tony Peluso. Original album version with misc clips including a live BBC concert in

VAN McCOY / THE HUSTLE (1975) -- Check out the "Super Sensational 70s!!" YouTube Playlist --> http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2969EBF6A2B032ED #70s #1970s

Do the Hustle! ~ Van McCoy, 1975 Check out the clothes, and the dancing.

Phoebe Snow - The Very Best of Phoebe Snow (CD)

Phoebe Snow - The Very Best of Phoebe Snow (CD)

Poetry Man - Phoebe Snow Eliminate the fact she's singing to her married lover & it's one of my favorite songs

Reelin’ In The Years Productions has available for licensing over 20,000 hours of music footage spanning 90 years. Additionally, we have…

Reelin’ In The Years Productions has available for licensing over hours of music footage spanning 90 years.

"Dancing in the Moonlight" - King Harvest...Oh Wow...I Had Forgotten This Sweet 60's Hit Until I Heard It On "60's On 6"...What A Fabulous Sound & Great Harmonies...Sounds Like These Reigned Thru the Sixties Mixed With the Earlier Heavier Rock...Love This Tune!!

King Harvest ~ Dancing in the Moonlight ~ Brings back a ton of GOOD memories from ❤

Ambrosia's 1978 hit "How Much I Feel" with lyrics below.    LYRICS:  I don't know how this whole business started  Of you thinkin' that I had been untrue  But if you think that we'd be better parted  It's gonna hurt me but I'll break away from you  Well, just give me the sign and I will be gone, yeahh  That's how much I feel  Feel for you, baby  How much ...

Ambrosia - How Much I Feel - 1978 I always think of my old boyfriend Dean when I hear this song.

▶ Everybody Plays The Fool - The Main Ingredient (1972) - YouTube

The Main Ingredient - Greatest Hits: The Encore Collection: 10 tracks of classic NYC soul: the hits Everybody Plays the Fool; Just Don't Want to Be Lonely; Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling in Love);

The Beatles - 'You've got to hide your love away'  I don't remember a world without The Beatles, and literally grew up during their career span. IMO, Lennon-McCartney together made an infinitely mightier songwriting force than either alone. I'm not a fan of Yoko-era Lennon (though his assassination hit me as hard as JFK's did my parents). And I find McCartney positively sappy and sickening without the seriousness contributed by Lennon.

The Beatles - 'You got to hide your love away' from the movie "Help" the lovely concert flute version, my favourite!

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