BDWPS Podcast #11: That 70s Show (1970)

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What started as simply a stroll down 70s lane turns into an obsessive look at the year 1970 and the albums that defined it. You’ll hear classics from artists like Black Sabbath, The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, Rodriguez, John Lennon, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and of course, another classic from Bob Dylan. Check it out here or subscribe to it on iTunes by searching “BDWPS.”

 

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8 responses to “BDWPS Podcast #11: That 70s Show (1970)

  1. Those are all great names that you listed, so I will have to check it out.

  2. Black Sabbath had a few more layers that the single one that they’re given ‘credit’ for. I’m glad you brought up ‘Planet Caravan’.

  3. And there was at least one exciting album in Jan this year, i.e. if you’re into jazz – Rudresh Mahanthappa’s ‘Gamak’

  4. The first time I heard ‘Woodstock’ was Crosby, Stills and Nash’s version. While I love that one, Joni Mitchell’s original has a wistfulness that makes me go real quiet. Like you said, there’s a longing for things lost that should not have been

  5. You can tell I’m writing these comments as I’m hearing the podcast. Again another reason for me to love this podcast, your bringing up “Detroit’s answer to Dylan” Rodriguez. “Searching For Sugar Man” made a lot of news last year. One of those travesties of the music industry, like Nick Drake and Shelagh McDonald.

  6. Plastic Ono Band is my let-the-venom-out catharsis set

  7. Surprised you didn’t mention, let alone play, something like Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song”. Anyway, while I have shamelessly trolled your post, my comments are just a measure of how much I enjoyed this podcast. Pleasure.

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