Most Popular Titles With Bloodstone


1. American Bandstand (1952–1989)

TV-G | 90 min | Music

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On this show, Dick Clark hosts a daily to weekly dance show that features the latest hit music for the attending teens to dance to. In addition, the show has performances by popular musicians and audience members rate songs.

Stars: Dick Clark, Charlie O'Donnell, Peaches Johnson, Stan Rodarte

Votes: 190

2. Rock Concert (1973–1980)

90 min | Music

8.6
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Weekly late-night progressive rock bands, many very well known, with some soft-pop (later) and occasional comic routines.

Stars: Don Kirshner, Gary Mule Deer, The Village Idiots, Natural Gas

Votes: 67

3. Soul Train (1971– )

60 min | Music, Talk-Show

7.9
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A pop music dance show with an African-American focus.

Stars: Don Cornelius, Diana Puskas, Queen Turner, Carole Creekmore

Votes: 362

4. Top à... (1972–1974)

Music

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Stars: Ballets Arthur Plasschaert, Sacha Distel, Claude Véga, Marie Laforêt

Votes: 5

5. American Bandstand (1952–1989)
Episode: Action '73 (4 of 7) (1973)

TV-G | 60 min | Music

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Stars: Bloodstone, Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods, Dick Clark, Marie Osmond

6. Soul Train (1971– )
Episode: Curtis Mayfield/The Main Ingredient/Bloodstone (1974)

Music, Talk-Show

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Curtis Mayfield performs "Future Shock" and "Future Song (Love A Good Woman, Love A Good Man)". The Main Ingredient perform "Just Don't Want to be Lonely" and "Girl Blue". Bloodstone performs "Outside Woman" and "Let Me Ride".

Director: B.J. Jackson | Stars: Don Cornelius, Bloodstone, Carole Creekmore, Pat Davis

7. Rock Concert (1973–1980)
Episode: Episode #1.22 (1974)

Music

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Musical performances from Manfred Mann, Mike Oldfield, David Essex, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), Bloodstone.

Director: Louis J. Horvitz | Stars: Bloodstone, Electric Light Orchestra, David Essex, Manfred Mann

8. American Bandstand (1952–1989)
Episode: Episode #17.25 (1974)

TV-G | 60 min | Music

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Bloodstone perform "Outside Woman." Ricky Segall sings "Sooner or Later."

Stars: Bloodstone, Dick Clark, Rick Segall

9. American Bandstand (1952–1989)
Episode: Episode #18.1 (1974)

TV-G | 60 min | Music

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Singer-songwriter Dave Loggins performs "Please Come to Boston." The group Bloodstone performs "That's Not How It Goes."

Stars: Dick Clark, David Allen Loggins, Bloodstone, Stan Rodarte

10. Rock Concert (1973–1980)
Episode: Episode #2.13 (1974)

Music

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Musical performances from Jo Jo Gunne, Golden Earring, Bloodstone.

Director: Louis J. Horvitz | Stars: Bloodstone, Golden Earring, Jo Jo Gunne, Don Kirshner

11. Top à... (1972–1974)
Episode: Sylvie Vartan (1972)

60 min | Music

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Director: André Flédérick | Stars: Sylvie Vartan, Jane Birkin, Bloodstone, Jean-Claude Brialy

12. Soul Train (1971– )
Episode: The Chi-Lites/Bloodstone/New York City (1974)

Music, Talk-Show

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The Chi-Lites performs "You Got to Be the One" and "There Will Never Be Any Peace". Bloodstone performs "That's Not How It Goes" & "I Need Time". New York City performs "Happiness Is", "I'm Doing Fine Now" and "Make Me Twice the Man"

Director: B.J. Jackson | Stars: Don Cornelius, Bloodstone, The Chi-Lites, Carole Creekmore

13. Soul Train (1971– )
Episode: The Dells/Bloodstone (1976)

Music, Talk-Show

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1st song = "Hot" by "James Brown" [ #31 R&B ]. 2nd song = "Let's Go Disco" by "Archie Bell & The Drells" [ LP cut ]. 3rd song = "Walk Away From Love" by "David Ruffin" [ #1 R&B ]. 1st ... See full summary »

Director: Sid McCoy | Stars: Don Cornelius, Bloodstone, Carole Creekmore, The Dells

14. Soul Train (1971– )
Episode: The Four Tops/Bloodstone/Lee Charles (1973)

Music, Talk-Show

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The Four Tops perform "Are You Man Enough" and "Sweet Understanding Love". Bloodstone performs "Natural High" and "Never Let You Go". Lee Charles performs "Love Ain't Gonna Run Away" and "I Just Want to Be Loved".

Director: B.J. Jackson | Stars: Don Cornelius, Bloodstone, Lee Charles, Carole Creekmore