19 February 2008

She ain't no witch, and I love the way she twitch...

Our 70s Night tonight consisted of the following:-

Abba "Take A Chance On Me"
Argent "Hold Your Head Up"
Leif Garret "I Was Made For Dancing"
T Rex "Hot Love"
Detroit Emeralds "Feel The Need In Me"
John Travolta "Sandy"
Fox "Imagine Me, Imagine You"
Michael Jackson "Off The Wall"
Hollies "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress"
Skids "Into The Valley"
Redbone "Witch Queen of New Orleans"
Tina Charles "I Love To Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance)"
David Bowie "The Jean Genie"
Commodores "Three Times A Lady"
Eagles "Lyin' Eyes"
Gene Chandler "Get Down"
Lynn Anderson "Rose Garden"
Golden Earring "Radar Love"
Donna Summer "Bad Girls"
Stranglers "No More Heroes"
Elton John "Island Girl"
Osmonds "Crazy Horses"
Esther Phillips "What A Difference A Day Made"
Blondie "Denis"
ELO "Evil Woman"
Edison Lighthouse "Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes"
Shirley Bassey "For All We Know"
Billy Joel "Just The Way You Are"
Cliff Richard "We Don't Talk Anymore"
Kinks "Apeman"
Siouxsie and the Banshees "Hong Kong Garden"
Supremes "Nathan Jones"
10cc "The Wall Street Shuffle"
Patrick Hernandez "Born To Be Alive"
Rolling Stones "Street Fighting Man"
Adverts "Gary Gilmore's Eyes"
Joe Dolan "You're Such A Good Looking Woman"
Starland Vocal Band "Afternoon Delight" as requested by Clair Woodward
Queen "We Are The Champions"
Chic "Good Times"
John Lennon "Whatever Gets You Thru The Night"
Judie Tzuke "Stay With Me Til Dawn"


Steve said...

Big yeah to the Stranglers and Siouxsie!

Anonymous said...

I'm going to listen to this next week....

Mondo said...

Any chance of one of these next time?

'No Matter What' - Badfinger
'It's In His Kiss' - Linda Lewis
'Jilted John' - Jilted John
'Same Old Feeling' - Pickettywitch
'Telephone Man' - Mari Wilson
'Storm In A Teacup' - The Fortunes
'Way Down' - Elvis
'Top Of The Pops' - The Rezillos

and another one from 10cc ( a fun size Pink Floyd) apart from 'Dreadlock Holiday' or 'I'm Not In Love'

Aren't The Supremes and The Stones tracks sixties songs ?

Matthew Rudd said...

Nathan Jones and Street Fighting Man were both hits in 1971.

Clair said...

That list makes me very happy!!

Bright Ambassador said...

Perhaps I shouldn't really be saying this, but I used to go out with a delightful older lady who called post-lunch rumpy-pumpy 'afternoon delight'. I always think of that when I hear that song.

"Sky rockets in flight" indeed!