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Music For Monday: Glen Campbell, ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ (1975)

Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy,” from the album of the same name, went to the very top of the Billboard “Hot 100″ in September of 1975. The song was written by Larry Weiss and later inspired the 1984 movie, Rhinestone, starring … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: WXIX-TV ‘’Star Trek’ For Fall’ (1975)

(Click to enlarge) “Proud of our independence and yours.” Not a bad line-up of reruns. Daily 70s Ad #226: WXIX-TV ‘’Star Trek’ For Fall’ originally appeared in the September, 1975 issue of Cincinnati magazine. (Source: Cincinnati) Previously on Daily 70s … Continue reading

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Music For Monday: Led Zeppelin, ‘The Song Remains The Same’ (Live ’75)

Morning all. Time to lay some Music for Monday on you. Here’s Led Zeppelin performing “The Song Remains The Same” live in 1975, Earl’s Court, London. “The Song Remains the Same” appeared on Zep’s 1973 L.P., Houses of the Holy. … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Telly Savalas For Gillette (1975)

(Click to enlarge) “Cut me, baby, and I’ll bend both your edges back.” Hey look, it’s Telly “Kojack” Savalas for Gillette Twinjector. Daily 70s Ad #213: Telly Savalas For Gillette originally appeared in the August, 1975 issue of Popular Science … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Cadillac Seville (1975)

(Click to enlarge) “Here is a new expression of Cadillac excellence, Seville.” The yellow moon of Seville. Daily 70s Ad #202: Cadillac Seville originally appeared in the July 21, 1975 issue of New York magazine. (Source: New York) Previously on … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: James Brown ‘Hustle’ (1975)

(Click to enlarge) “Do the double bump to your favorite record shop now!” Not sure why this mentions the Sex Machine album as it’s advertizing James Brown’s “Hustle (Dead On It)” single from the Everybody’s Doin’ the Hustle & Dead … Continue reading

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