Author Archives: David Moore

Daily 70s Ad: Party Tyme Cocktail Mixes (1972)

(Click ad to enlarge) “Come On. I dare you. Ask for any cocktail you can think of.” How ’bout a Lime Rickey?! Brass Monkey? Moscow Mule? Daily 70s Ad #103: Party Tyme Cocktail Mixes originally appeared in the April 28, … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Henry James Clothing (1978)

(Click ad to enlarge) “Gentleman’s Clothiers.” They say everything eventually comes back into fashion. I’m not so sure about that blue ensemble. Daily 70s Ad #102: Henry James Clothing originally appeared in the January, 1978 issue of Orange Coast magazine. … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Miller High Life ‘Frosty Mug’ (1970)

(Click ad to enlarge) “Miller High Life is brewed hearty, robust, deep-down good. It’s the Champagne of beers.” And it’s cheap too! Daily 70s Ad #101: Miller High Life ‘Frosty Mug’ originally appeared in the April, 1970 issue of Popular … Continue reading

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Music For Monday: Gino Vannelli, ‘Powerful People’ (1975)

This song goes hand-in-hand with today’s Daily 70s Ad, so I couldn’t resist. It’s Gino Vannelli performing “Powerful People” on Soul Train in 1975. “Powerful People,’ from the L.P. of the same name, wasn’t a big hit, so you’re probably … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad #100: Gino Vannelli ‘Powerful People’

(Click ad to enlarge) “Gino’s powerful follow-up to ‘People Gotta Move.’” Quick! Give that pilot a flying cap. Daily 70s Ad #100: Gino Vannelli ‘Powerful People’ originally appeared in the February 22, 1975 issue of Billboard magazine. (Source: Billboard) Previously … Continue reading

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Sunday 70s Spots: Alka-Seltzer & Tums (1976 & ’79)

Acid indigestion “Relief” weekend continues (and sadly, ends) today. This time around we have Rolaids competitors; Alka-Seltzer (1976) and Tums (1979). It sure as heck looks like Morgan Freeman in the back of the bowling team in the Alka-Seltzer spot. … Continue reading

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