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For the Record: The 70s

Amy Lively

An audio documentary of 70s music. This podcast examines the intersection of a wide variety of musical genres -- pop, rock, country, country-pop, disco, punk, soul -- with the historic events and decisions that helped shape our modern world.

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In 1974, a local Austin PBS station aired the first episode of "Austin City Limits" and, with that, took the first step to showing the entire country how Austin, Texas celebrated and encouraged experimentation with country music. One of the founders ... more

13 days ago

The year 1974 shoulder much of the blame for the so-called worst music of not only the 1970s, but the worst of all time. Is this true? While we know that 1974 had much good to offer, is it true that it also had the worst of the worst? If so, does it ... more

a month ago

Did you watch television in the 70s? If so, it was highly likely that you watched something that was created or produced by Dick Clark. The centerpiece of his entertainment empire was "American Bandstand," but there was more than that, including "New... more

5 months ago

What could possibly happen to make a music festival be tagged as "3 Days of Sodom and Gomorrah?" How about toilets on fire? Drugs being sold as openly as sex? Young rock fans strolling naked through the streets of Sedalia, Missouri as they ditched th... more

7 months ago


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  • Wow!

    No need for this 70-year-old to continue digging through podcast after podcast this week to find anything remotely me. I adore SYSK and Ologies but after binging those, now I wait for new episodes. more

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    United States3 months ago
  • If not for you..

    I was nostalgic this morning and popped in because I am a typically GenX middle class kid, rode in the back of a Ford Pinto with awesome 70’s am radio soundtrack on the way to soccer practice in a great era of music. more

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    Sp sweeney
    United States3 months ago
  • Great Podcast About the ‘70’s

    I just discovered this podcast that I have found well researched and informative as each episode talks about a different music topic of the ‘70’s and how it relates to what was going on in the world at that time. Whether you grew up in the ‘70’s and want to reminisce or simply want to learn about the ‘70’s this podcast is for you!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • 5 Million Stars

    Brilliant podcast! Exactly what I’ve been looking for, and always want to listen to. I’m sure Amy has other aspirations in life but I wish podcast could go on forever. Well researched, perfectly presented, excellent music. Thank you thank you thank you (and hello from Australia)

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    Australia8 months ago
  • Great podcast

    I’m so glad I found this great podcast. So entertaining, and I love how Amy tells the happenings that were going on as well as the great music in the 70’s. My husband and I listened to almost the whole series on a recent road trip. Thank you!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 months ago

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