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Subject: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: whistledog on 10/21/15 at 12:19 am

I will begin with these two I really enjoy ...

Marmalade - Falling Apart at the Seams (1976)
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The Rubettes - Tonight (1974)
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Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Paul on 10/22/15 at 6:33 am

The Rubettes - a bit more to them than 'bop-showaddy' and white hats! Fast forward a couple of years and they came up with this - a very brave release at the time, probably why it didn't chart too high...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45GWIjv99Mk

From the same year, a nice little bit of reggae-disco fluff from Jesse Green
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWXtnWy-o0M
Another middling charter, but huge in discos and also in Holland, so Henk should know this!

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/15/16 at 5:36 pm

A favourite of mine from 1975, Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.

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Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: AmericanGirl on 01/16/16 at 10:42 am

Many of the 70's most huge stars hailed from Great Britain - and we're all the better for it  :D

This superstar just turned 70 - my long time fave, Rod Stewart's You Wear It Well:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQqNUwNNkTo

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Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/16/16 at 10:48 am

Originally written in 1969, but not released in the United Kingdom as a single until 1974. "Streets of London" is a song written by Ralph McTell.

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Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Cherie70 on 01/16/16 at 6:20 pm

There were so many great British acts but my favorites of the 70's my first would have to be Wings, and David Bowie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD3etldXtTU

This is one of his classics, FAME. Written with the late great John Lennon..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzH-2NgtaZk

Paul, Linda and Wings...... This is one of my favorites

I want to post video how can i do that.... Having hard times today!!!!!!

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: AmericanGirl on 01/16/16 at 9:03 pm


I want to post video how can i do that.... Having hard times today!!!!!!


Use the button marked "You Tube" on the left of the second row - that should do it

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Howard on 01/17/16 at 2:26 pm


Use the button marked "You Tube" on the left of the second row - that should do it


http://www.inthe00s.com/Themes/core/images/bbc/youtube.gif

This is what it looks like. ↑

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Cherie70 on 01/17/16 at 4:21 pm

Thanks guys.... :)

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Howard on 01/18/16 at 2:43 pm


Thanks guys.... :)


You're welcome. :)

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Cherie70 on 01/18/16 at 6:39 pm

Maybe i am slow.... when you click on youtube, do you cut and paste the you tube in the middle.... Oh by the way if you have not heard Glenn Frye passed away from the Eagles....

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Howard on 01/19/16 at 2:14 pm


Maybe i am slow.... when you click on youtube, do you cut and paste the you tube in the middle.... Oh by the way if you have not heard Glenn Frye passed away from the Eagles....


and put the YouTube video in the middle so it can be shown.

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Cherie70 on 01/19/16 at 4:20 pm


and put the YouTube video in the middle so it can be shown.
thank you howard

Subject: Re: Favourite British Songs of the 70s

Written By: Howard on 01/20/16 at 2:28 pm


thank you howard


You're Welcome. :)

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