The Seventies (2015)
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What's Goin' On 

The music scene of the 70's explodes with new sounds and style thanks to the emergence of a wealth of talented musicians coming into their own. Also, The Beatles breakup but they all remain successful with solo careers.
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ABBA ... Themselves (archive footage)
Bob Abernethy Bob Abernethy ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage) (as Robert Abernethy)
Ian Anderson ... Himself - Jethro Tull (archive footage)
Peter Asher ... Himself - Musician and Manager
Band Band ... Themselves (archive footage)
David Bowie ... Himself (archive footage)
Lindsey Buckingham ... Himself - Fleetwood Mac (archive footage)
David Byrne ... Himself - The Talking Heads (archive footage)
Harry Wayne Casey ... Himself - KC and the Sunshine Band (as Harry Wayne 'K.C.' Casey)
John Chancellor John Chancellor ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Chic ... Themselves (archive footage)
Robert Christgau Robert Christgau ... Himself - Music Critic
Eric Clapton ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Connelly ... Himself - Editor-in-Chief, 'Grantland'
Alice Cooper ... Himself (archive footage)
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The music scene of the 70's explodes with new sounds and style thanks to the emergence of a wealth of talented musicians coming into their own. Also, The Beatles breakup but they all remain successful with solo careers.

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13 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Herzog & Company,Playtone See more »
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Music to my ears
11 March 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

Now this is the kind of high note to go out on. Considering the downbeat vibes put out so far, 'What's Going' On' is a breath of fresh air, when the '70s was an unpredictable breeding ground of new movements in music. Established legends fold (The Beatles) while new names explode onto the scene. The clips shown here are from great live performances, the songs are toe-tappers and "The Seventies" closes out with a lot of fun.

Great episode.

8/10


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