Tag Archives: 1977

Daily 70s Ad: Monogram Model Ships (1977)

“Right. Down to the last detail.” The Cutty Sark, U.S.S. Constitution and U.S.S. United States. Bottles not included. Daily 70s Ad #262: Monogram Model Ships originally appeared in the October, 1977 issue of Boy’s Life magazine. (Source: Boy’s Life) Previously … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Rawlings NFL Jerseys For Kids (1977)

“With 28 National Football League teams to choose from, it’s likely there’ll be a lot of trades before the season’s over.” Welcome to my 1970s wardrobe. Daily 70s Ad #257: Rawlings NFL Jerseys For Kids originally appeared in the October, … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Cat Stevens ‘IZITSO’ (1977)

“A&M Records is happy to announce a new album by Cat Stevens.” Stevens’ IZITSO album hit the top 10 of the US charts and contained the top 40 single, “(Remember the Days of the) Old Schoolyard.” Daily 70s Ad #246: … Continue reading

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Music For Monday: Mountain, ‘Mississippi Queen’ (Live ’70)

Welcome to Monday! It’s time for some brain-busting music from hard rock heroes, Mountain. Here’s the band performing “Mississippi Queen” live in New York, circa 1970. The clip comes from the rarely-seen movie, The Day The Music Died, which made … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Oldsmobile Omega & Cutlass (1977)

(Click to enlarge) “Who says an ‘economy’ car has to look like an economy car?” I never really thought about it before, but the name “OLDsmobile” doesn’t really conjure up images of things new and cutting-edge, does it? Daily 70s … Continue reading

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Music For Monday: Player, ‘Baby Come Back’ (1977)

Released in October of 1977, Player’s “Baby Come Back” rose to the top of the “Hot 100″ charts by January of 1978. This soon-to-be soft rock classic took over the #1 spot on the US charts from label-mates, the Bee … Continue reading

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