Pandemic Playlist: 70s Edition

Written by: Coach Joe


I'm back at this playlist thing again!


This time, we'll venture into B-sides of the 70s, with lesser known hits from some well-loved artists/groups. But don't worry, I'll throw in their biggest hits for reference to jog your memory.


Here's my 70s Pandemic Playlist:


10cc's "The Things We Do For Love"

This song by British band, 10cc, was released in 1976. One of their biggest hits was "I'm Not In Love", which reached number 2 on the Billboard Top 100.


The Bee Gees' "Love You Inside Out"

This song by The Bee Gees was released in 1977. One of their biggest hits was "Stayin' Alive", which hit the number one spot on the Billboard Top 100 in February of 1978 and remained there for four consecutive weeks.


Billy Joel's "Vienna"

This song by Billy Joel was released in 1979. One of his biggest hits was "Uptown Girl", which peaked at number three on the Billboard Top 100 for five consecutive weeks in 1983.


Carly Simon's "Haven't Got Time For The Pain"

This song by Carly Simon was released in 1974. One of her biggest hits was "You're So Vain", which is currently number 72 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time.


The Car's "Moving In Stereo"

This song by The Car's was released in 1978. One of their biggest hits was "Just What I Needed", which peaked at number four on the Billboard Top 100.


Diana Ross' "It's My House"

This song by Diana Ross was released in 1979. One of her biggest hits was "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Marvin Gaye, which hit number one on the Billboard Top 100.


Fleetwood Mac's "Say You Love Me"

This song by Fleetwood Mac was released in 1975. One of their biggest hits was "Dreams", which returned to the Top 10 of Billboard's Top 100 because of renewed attention from a viral TikTok video.


George McCrae's "I Get Lifted"

This song by George McCrae was released in 1974. One of his biggest hits was "Rock Your Baby", which spent two weeks at number one on the Billboard Top 100.


Heart's "Straight On"

This song by Heart was released in 1978. One of their biggest hits was "Barracuda", which peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Top 100.


George Harrison's "Isn't It A Pity"

This song by George Harrison was released in 1970. One of his biggest hits was "My Sweet Lord", which peaked at number one on the Billboard Top 100.

Check out this playlist on Industry Gymnastics' Spotify account.

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