So Old It’s New set list: Monday, March 28, 2016 (theme show, tracks from 1972)

Back to 1972 we go – all tracks released in 1972 – but for In A Broken Dream which was released in 1970, did nothing, re-released in 1972 and became a hit for Python Lee Jackson with Rod Stewart on lead vocals. . . . may do 1972 again next week, we shall see, but here’s just a few of the bands/artists we didn’t get to: Eagles, Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers, Joe Cocker, Allman Brothers, J. Geils Band, The Guess Who, Mott The Hoople, Jethro Tull, John Lennon, Lou Reed, Peter Frampton, Dr. John . . . and that’s before even talking prog like Yes and Genesis…

1. Pink Floyd, Childhood’s End
2. David Bowie, Five Years
3. The Rolling Stones, Soul Survivor
4. Blue Oyster Cult, Then Came The Last Days Of May
5. Deep Purple, Pictures Of Home
6. Elton John, Amy
7. Chicago, A Hit By Varese
8. Python Lee Jackson featuring Rod Stewart, In A Broken Dream
9. Black Sabbath, Snowblind
10. Fleetwood Mac, Dust
11. The Kinks, Here Comes Yet Another Day
12. Stephen Stills/Manassas, Jet Set (Sigh)
13. ZZ Top, Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell
14. Little Feat, Sailin’ Shoes
15. Uriah Heep, Sweet Lorraine
16. The Band, Don’t Do It (live)
17. Cat Stevens, Can’t Keep It In
18. Neil Young, Out On The Weekend
19. Pete Townshend, Forever’s No Time At All
20. Bob Seger, Bo Diddley/Who Do You Love?
21. Free, Travelling Man
22. Jeff Beck, Goin’ Down
23. Van Morrison, Almost Independence Day
24. Santana, Song Of The Wind

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