1970s music

# 244B: 1978: More Music, No Headlines


31:00 minutes (28.38 MB)

# 244: 1978: Music & Headlines


2:00:52 minutes (110.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music and headlines from 1978.

HEADLINES:
Coming Soon

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Washington Bullets
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
MLB: New York Yankees
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys
FIFA: Argentina (who also hosted the FIFA World Cup)
NCAA Basketball: Kentucky Wildcats
NCAA Football: Alabama Crimson Tide (Associated Press) & USC Trojans (UPI and Football Writers of America)
Masters/U.S. Open: Jack Nicklaus
Big Ten Football: Michigan (Rose Bowl rep) & Michigan State

COLUMBUS in 1978:
- A Blizzard sweeps through Ohio in January with blinding snow drifts, shutting down the state for days.
- Governor Rhodes is re-elected.
- Columbus City Schools are desegregated following the 1977 Ohio Supreme Court ruling by Judge Robert M. Duncan.
- Columbus Alternative High School opens its doors.

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS:
State Girls Basketball: Bishop Hartley Lady Hawks
State Football, Class A: Newark Catholic Green Wave

TONY AWARDS (Broadcast on CBS for the first time ever):
Best Musical: Ain't Misbehavin'
Best Play: Da (by Hugh Leonard)

EMMY AWARDS:
Best Comedy Series: All in the Family (CBS); Record eighth consecutive win in this category for CBS
Best Drama Series: The Rockford Files (NBC)
Best Limited Series: Holocaust (NBC)
Best Variety Series: The Muppet Show (Syndicated)
Best Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Best Drama/Comedy Special: The Gathering (ABC)
Best Game/Audience Participation Show: The Hollywood Squares (NBC)
Best Children's Series: Captain Kangaroo (Entertainment; CBS), Schoolhouse Rock! (Instructional; ABC), and Animals! Animals! Animals! (Informational; ABC)
Best Talk Show: Donahue (Syndicated)
Best Actor, Comedy: Carroll O'Connor, All in the Family (CBS)
Best Actor, Drama: Ed Asner, Lou Grant (CBS)
Best Actor, Daytime: James Pritchett, The Doctors (NBC)
Best Actor, Special: Fred Astaire, A Family Upside Down (NBC)
Best Actor, Limited Series: Michael Moriarty, Holocaust (NBC)

# 224: 1977: Music & Headlines


2:02:32 minutes (112.19 MB)

# 194: 1974: Music & Headlines


2:01:53 minutes (111.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, the time machine is headed to 1974.

The World in 1974 - LINKS:
http://www.infoplease.com/year/1974.html
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1974.html
http://www.onthisday.com/events/date/1974
http://www.mrpopculture.com/1974
http://hubpages.com/education/biggest-headlines-of-1974
http://www.inthe70s.com/generated/time1974.shtml
http://seventies1970s.com/1974sports.htm

CENTRAL OHIO IN 1974:
- A deadly tornado strikes Xenia in April.
- Former Governor Jim Rhodes defeats incumbent John Gilligan in November.
- The Rhodes Tower is built in Downtown Columbus, while the old Franklin County Courthouse closes.
- Junior Ohio State running back Archie Griffin wins the Heisman Trophy.
- Upper Arlington is routed by Warren Harding in the Class AAA Football Championship.
- Muirfield Village Golf Club is built in Dublin, designed by golfer Jack Nicklaus.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball: North Carolina State Wolfpack
NCAA Football: Oklahoma Sooners (AP), Southern California Trojans (UPI, FW)
NBA Finals: Boston Celtics in seven games over the Milwaukee Bucks
World Series: Oakland A's in five games over the Los Angeles Dodgers
Stanley Cup: Philadelphia Flyers in six games over the Boston Bruins
World Cup: West Germany over Holland/The Netherlands
Super Bowl: Miami Dolphins over the Minnesota Vikings
Big Ten Football: Ohio State
Wimbledon: Chris Evert & Jimmy Connors (Women & Men, respectively)
AP Athletes of the Year: Chris Evert (Female), Muhammad Ali (Male)
Heisman Trophy: Archie Griffin (Halfback; Ohio State, Junior)

HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONS:
Golf: Upper Arlington (Spring; Class AAA), Bishop Watterson (Spring; Class AA)
Wrestling: DeSales (Class AA)
Track & Field: Mifflin (Boys; Class AA)

# 186B: 1971: Music & Headlines


1:29:52 minutes (82.28 MB)

The second part of "1971: Music & Headlines" features the sports headlines of the year.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Milwaukee Bucks
MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: Nebraska Cornhuskers
Big Ten Football: Michigan Wolverines
Heisman Trophy: Pat Sullivan, QB for Auburn
Ohio High School Basketball: Walnut Ridge Scots

Also, the Columbus City League split into TWO Divisions, and the Columbus Jets became the Charleston Charlies, leaving Columbus without professional organized baseball for the first time since the 1890s, and also leaving Columbus without a baseball team until the birth of the Columbus Clippers in 1977.

Song List (Side B):
"That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" - Carly Simon
"(I Know) I'm Losing You" - Rod Stewart
"The Summer of '42/The Summer Knows" - Michel Legrand (?)
"We've Got To Get You A Woman" - Todd Rundgren
"Those Were The Days" (All in the Family Theme Song) - Carroll O'Connor & Jean Stapleton
"Pure Imagination" - Gene Wilder
"Cotton's Theme" - Barry DeVorzon
Theme from "Shaft" - Isaac Hayes
"Family Affair" - Sly and the Family Stone
"Joy to the World" - Three Dog Night
"Yo-Yo" - The Osmonds
"Tiny Dancer" - Elton John
"Draggin' the Line" - Tommy James (and the Shondells)
"Baba O'Reilly" - The Who
"Day by Day" - Robin Lamont (and the Original Cast of Godspell)
"Tea for Two" - Lawrence Welk with Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
"Jesus Christ Superstar" - Ben Vereen
"Live, Laugh, Love" - John McMartin

TONY AWARDS:
Best Musical - Company
Best Play - Sleuth

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series - All in the Family (CBS) - also won for New Series
Drama Series - The Bold Ones: The Senator (NBC)
Actor, Comedy - Jack Klugman, The Odd Couple (ABC)
Actress, Comedy - Jean Stapleton, All in the Family (CBS)
Supporting Actor - Edward Asner, The Mary Tyler Moore Show (CBS)

# 186A: 1971: Music & Headlines


1:02:52 minutes (57.57 MB)

In this hour, we take a look back at the headlines of 1971.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Milwaukee Bucks
MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: Nebraska Cornhuskers
Big Ten Football: Michigan Wolverines
Heisman Trophy: Pat Sullivan, QB for Auburn
Ohio High School Basketball: Walnut Ridge Scots

Song List (Side A):
"A Clockwork Orange" - Wendy Carlos
"Love Her Madly" - The Doors
"She's a Lady" - Tom Jones
"Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" - Cher
"Me and Bobby McGee" - Janis Joplin
"Rose Garden" - Lynn Anderson
"I Feel The Earth Move" - Carole King
"One Toke Over The Line" - Brewer & Shipley
"What's Going On?" - Marvin Gaye
"What's Happening, Brother?" - also Marvin Gaye
"Imagine" - John Lennon
"Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" - Paul McCartney/Wings
"Wild Night" - Van Morrison
"Take Me Home, Country Roads" - John Denver
"The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down" - Joan Baez
"Indian Reservation" - The Raiders

# 175: Valentine's Day Eight-Track (Full, Extended Two-Hour Show)


2:00:25 minutes (110.25 MB)

Tonight, two hours of love songs from the 1970s, with artists ranging from Olivia Newton-John (& John Travolta), Perry Como, Paul Simon, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney, and others.

Valentine's Day Eight Track Promo (DJBC Happy Hour)


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Promo for # 175: The DJBC Happy Hour Valentine's Day Eight Track Happy Hour (February 8, 2016)

# 148B - The 1975: The Music and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The Oklahoma Sooners won the National Championship in Football.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election as Mayor of Columbus. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete. Woody Hayes was named Associated Press Coach of the Year, while Archie Griffin picked up his Second Heisman Trophy.

SONG LIST:
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

# 148: 1975: The Music and Headlines (FULL TWO-HOUR SHOW)


2:00:54 minutes (110.7 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court. A B*ckeye running back won not one, but TWO Heismans.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete.

SONG LIST:
"Love Will Keep Us Together" - Neil Sedaka
"Ease On Down The Road" - The Wiz
"He's the Wizard" - The Wiz
"All That Jazz" - Chicago
"What I Did For Love" - A Chorus Line
"Sky High" - Jigsaw
"Nights on Broadway" - The Bee Gees
"Wildfire" - Michael Martin Murphey
"I'm Not In Love" - 10CC
"The Way I Want To Touch You" - The Captain & Tenille
"Rhiannon" - Fleetwood Mac
"Dance With Me" - Orleans
"Poetry Man" - Phoebe Snow
"Rhinestone Cowboy" - Glen Campbell
"Lady" - Styx
"The Hustle" - Van McCoy
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

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