Lost 70s Hits


Mar 11, 2022
Here are the songs that played on 70s on 7 today.
Billy Ocean - Love Really Hurts Without You (76)
Wings - I've Had Enough (78)
Stevie Wonder - Superwoman (72)
Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday (74)
Jay Ferguson - Shakedown Cruise (79)
Harry Chapin - W*O*L*D* (74)
Average White Band - School Boy Crush (75)
Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah - Lake Shore Drive (73)
Bob Dylan - Tangled Up in Blue (75)
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Don't yell or hit.
Feb 2, 2019
Glendale CA
Those songs aren't "lost" – just not played very often. Today is All-Request Friday on SiriusXM 7. It's nice to hear some songs that aren't the usual overplayed hits. Here are a few more:

All The Young Dudes – Mott The Hoople (37/1972)
Born To Be Alive – Patrick Hernandez/Hervé Tholance (16/1979)
Every Time I Think Of You – Babys (13/1979)
One Tin Soldier – Coven (26/1971, 73/1973)
Slow Ride – Foghat (20/1975)
Spooky – Atlanta Rhythm Section (17/1979)
Tangled Up In Blue – Bob Dylan (31/1975)
Tell Her She’s Lovely – El Chicano (40/1973)
Thunder & Lightning – Chi Coltrane (17/1972)

Joel Whitburn's Billboard reference books show the title of the Harry Chapin song as W*O*L*D. I don't know where he got the asterisks. The title was shown as W.O.L.D. on Chapin's 1973 Short Stories album. It was released as a single both as W.O.L.D. and WOLD. Since the title is the call letters of a radio station, WOLD makes more sense. Here is the story of the origin of the song – and, by the way, the real WOLD was in Marion, Virginia from 1962 to 2006. It is now WHNK. WOLD-FM has been on the air since 1968.

The story of WOLD

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Don't yell or hit.
Feb 2, 2019
Glendale CA
Here are some more lower-charting songs played during today's All-Request Friday. Hey, SiriusXM, here is a request: Play lower-charting songs every day.

Do Ya – Electric Light Orchestra (24/1977)
I Saw The Light – Todd Rundgren (16/1972)
I Wanna Be Where You Are – Michael Jackson (16/1972)
Keep Yourself Alive – Queen (--/1973)
Living Next Door To Alice – Smokie (25/1976)
Monday Morning – Fleetwood Mac (B/1976)
No More Mr Nice Guy – Alice Cooper (25/1973)
Paranoid – Black Sabbath (61/1970)
Rock & Roll Never Forgets – Bob Seger (41/1977)
Rolene – Moon Martin (30/1979)
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – Blue Haze (27/1972)
The Entertainer – Billy Joel (34/1984)
United We Stand – Brotherhood Of Man (13/1970)
You’re My Best Friend – Queen (16/1976)

Keep Yourself Alive, Queen's first single, failed to chart in the UK and failed to chart in the United States.