Soundwaves 10@10 #14: 1974

Soundwaves presents brand new editions of 10@10, the beloved long-running radio show that features ten great songs from one great year, as well as numerous samples of political, historical and pop culture happenings. Hosted by Dennis Willis and featuring original 10@10 host Dave Morey, Soundwaves 10@10 is the ultimate pop culture celebration loved by thousands of devoted fans.

Welcome to the next generation of 10@10, hosted by Dennis Willis, and featuring original 10@10 maestro Dave Morey.

It’s all here … birthdays! The big wheel! Mystery years! It’s the 10@10 you know and love, and it’s back every Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday right here at 10:00 AM.

Today, it’s the year the late, great Muhammad Ali and George Foreman rumbled in the jungle, Richard Nixon resigned, and all four Beatles hit the charts separately.

It’s … 1974!


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If you want to keep the songs a mystery, we’ve got you covered! But if you want to peek at the list, highlight the text below.

1. Kool & the Gang, Jungle Boogie – Pulp Fiction
-Rumble in the Jungle, Ali vs. Foreman
2. Rick Derringer, Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo
-TV: Mr. Microphone
3. Grand Funk Railroad, The Loco-Motion
-News: Phillip Petite walks across the World Trade Center towers
Man on Wire, and Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk
4. Lynard Skynard, Call Me The Breeze
-News: Richard Nixon expected to resign
5. David Bowie, Rebel Rebel
-News: President Richard Nixon resigns
6. Steve Miller Band, The Joker
-TV: George Carlin and Flip Wilson
7. George Harrison, Hari’s on Tour (Express)
8. Paul McCartney and Wings, Jet (Band on the Run)
9. Ringo Starr, You’re Sixteen (You’re Beautiful And You’re Mine)
-TV: John Lennon and Howard Cosell talk football
10. John Lennon and Elton John, I Saw Her Standing There (Live) – Nov 1974 Madison Square Garden

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