BDWPS Podcast #32

2011-12-11__podcast-copy copy In this episode we take a look back at the year 1972 and some of the best music to come out. We take a look at the singer-songwriter craze, the evolution of glam rock, and some of the hidden gems from the ’72. You can listen to it HERE or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search: BDWPS).

Playlist: Randy Newman “Political Science”

Stevie Wonder “Maybe Your Baby”

David Bowie “Starman”

Lou Reed “Satellite of Love”

Curtis Mayfield “Pusherman”

Big Star “The Ballad of El Goodo”

Night Sun “Livin’ with the Dying”

The Band (featuring Bob Dylan) “Like a Rolling Stone”

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3 responses to “BDWPS Podcast #32

  1. I have limited data and no internet connection other than my iphone (way out in the mountains) so I will miss the podcast portions, but I wanted you to know that I like the project.

  2. Thanks for including Lou Reed in the list. This guy, with Velvet Underground had such an influence on music, we can still hear it today…There is a new band called Hinds which is clearly inspired by them, they’re interesting because they mix to 60s and 70s influence their Spanish roots! Check them out on https://londonwyre.wordpress.com/2015/02/04/hinds-a-breath-of-fresh-air-to-rocknroll/ . Maybe one day you could do a playlist of bands influenced by the 70s?

  3. Pingback: Father John Misty “I Love You, Honeybear” | Bob Dylan Wrote Propaganda Songs

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