Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Fanfare? I don't need no stinkin' fanfare.

submeat's top 100 tracks of the '70s
001 "When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You," Marvin Gaye (Tamla 1978)
002 "Call Me," Aretha Franklin (Atlantic 1970)
003 "Public Image," Public Image Ltd. (Virgin 1978)
004 "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick," Ian Dury & the Blockheads (Stiff/Epic 1979)
005 "Peg," Steely Dan (ABC 1977)
006 "Lowdown," Boz Scaggs (Columbia 1976)
007 "Broken English," Marianne Faithfull (Island 1979)
008 "No One Gets the Prize/The Boss," Diana Ross (Motown promo 1979)
009 "Break It To Me Gently," Aretha Franklin (Atlantic 1977)
010 "My Forbidden Lover," Chic (Atlantic 1979)
011 "That Lady (Part 1)," the Isley Brothers (T-Neck 1973)
012 "Let the Music Play," Barry White (20th Century 1975)
013 "(I Know) I'm Losing You," Rod Stewart with Faces (Mercury 1971)
014 "I Just Wanna Stop," Gino Vannelli (A&M 1978)
015 "Fantasy," Earth, Wind & Fire (Columbia 1977)
016 "Girl You Need A Change of Mind (Part 1)," Eddie Kendricks (Tamla 1973)
017 "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)," Rupert Holmes (Infinity 1979)
018 "Off the Wall," Michael Jackson (Epic 1979)
019 "Rock with You," Michael Jackson (Epic 1979)
020 "Why Can't We Live Together," Timmy Thomas (Glades 1972)
021 "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)," Sylvester (Fantasy 1978)
022 "Moonlight Feels Right," Starbuck (Private St. 1976)
023 "Golden Ring," George Jones and Tammy Wynette (Epic 1976)
024 "One Less Bell to Answer," the 5th Dimension (Bell 1970)
025 "There But for the Grace of God Go I," Machine (RCA 1979)
026 "Native New Yorker," Odyssey (RCA 1977)
027 "Close the Door," Teddy Pendergrass (Philadelphia International 1978)
028 "FM (No Static at All)," Steely Dan (MCA 1978)
029 "The Killing of Georgie (Part I and II)," Rod Stewart (Warner Bros. 1977)
030 "Suspicions," Eddie Rabbitt (Elektra 1979)
031 "Aja," Steely Dan (ABC 1977)
032 "Sunday Morning Coming Down," Johnny Cash (Columbia 1970)
033 "Are 'Friends' Electric?," Tubeway Army (Beggars Banquet/Atco 1979)
034 "Lonely Boy," Andrew Gold (Asylum 1977)
035 "Angel," Aretha Franklin (Atlantic 1973)
036 "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Diana Ross (Motown 1970)
037 "I Want Your Love," Chic (Atlantic 1979)
038 "Do You Want to Dance?," Bette Midler (Atlantic 1972)
039 "September," Earth, Wind & Fire (ARC 1978)
040 "Abandoned Luncheonette," Daryl Hall John Oates (Atlantic 1973)
041 "Last Dance," Donna Summer (Casablanca 1978)
042 "He's the Greatest Dancer," Sister Sledge (Cotillion 1979)
043 "Rainy Night In Georgia," Brook Benton (Cotillion 1970)
044 "Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)," G.Q. (Arista 1979)
045 "Sweet Thing," Rufus featuring Chaka Khan (ABC 1975)
046 "Theme from Shaft," Isaac Hayes (Enterprise 1971)
047 "Help Me," Joni Mitchell (Asylum 1974)
048 "Day Dreaming," Aretha Franklin (Atlantic 1972)
049 "Wait For Me," Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA 1979)
050 "One Nation Under A Groove - Part 1," Funkadelic (Warner Bros. 1978)
051 "Good Times," Chic (Atlantic 1979)
052 "You're the First, the Last, My Everything," Barry White (20th Century 1974)
053 "Cars," Gary Numan (Beggars Banquet/Atco 1979)
054 "Magic," Pilot (EMI 1975)
055 "Good Hearted Woman," Waylon & Willie (RCA 1976)
056 "Sara," Fleetwood Mac (Warner Bros. 1979)
057 "Tragedy," Bee Gees (RSO 1979)
058 "What Am I Gonna Do with You," Barry White (20th Century 1975)
059 "Uptown Top Ranking," Althia & Donna (Lightning [UK] 1977)
060 "Let's Get It On," Marvin Gaye (Tamla 1973)
061 "I Wanna Be Your Lover," Prince (Warner Bros. 1979)
062 "Bitch," the Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones 1971)
063 "God Save the Queen," Sex Pistols (Warner Bros. 1977)
064 "Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine (Part 1)," James Brown (King 1970)
065 "Expensive Shit," Fela Kuti (Editions Makossa [France] 1975)
066 "Night Fever," Bee Gees (RSO 1978)
067 "I'm Every Woman," Chaka Khan (Warner Bros. 1978)
068 "Rapper's Delight," Sugarhill Gang (Sugarhill 1979)
069 "Dance Away," Roxy Music (EG/Polydor 1979)
070 "Suffragette City," David Bowie (RCA 1972)
071 "Love Ballad," L.T.D. (A&M 1976)
072 "Across 110th Street," Bobby Womack & Peace (United Artists 1973)
073 "(not just) Knee Deep - Part 1," Funkadelic (Warner Bros. 1979)
074 "Transmission," Joy Division (Factory [UK] 1979)
075 "The Love I Lost (Part 1)," Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes (Philadelphia International 1973)
076 "Bad Girls," Donna Summer (Casablanca 1979)
077 "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe," Barry White (20th Century 1974)
078 "Lovely Day," Bill Withers (Columbia 1977)
079 "I'm Still In Love with You," Al Green (Hi 1972)
080 "Walk on the Wild Side," Lou Reed (RCA 1973)
081 "I'm Not in Love," 10cc (Mercury 1975)
082 "How Deep Is Your Love," Bee Gees (RSO 1978)
083 "What's Going On," Marvin Gaye (Tamla 1973)
084 "The Chain," Fleetwood Mac (Warner Bros. 1977)
085 "Marquee Moon," Television (Elektra 1977)
086 "She's Gone," Daryl Hall John Oates (Atlantic 1973)
087 "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now," McFadden & Whitehead (Philadelphia International 1979)
088 "Flash Light," Parliament (Casablanca 1978)
089 "Boogie On Reggae Woman," Stevie Wonder (Tamla 1974)
090 "You Belong to Me," Carly Simon (Elektra 1978)
091 "The Payback - Part I," James Brown (Polydor 1974)
092 "Heard It on the X," ZZ Top (London 1975)
093 "(Love Is) Thicker Than Water," Andy Gibb (RSO 1977)
094 "Anarchy in the UK," Sex Pistols (Warner Bros. 1977)
095 "Let's Straighten It Out," Latimore (Glades 1974)
096 "Sophisticated Lady (She's A Different Lady)," Natalie Cole (Capitol 1976)
097 "New York By Night," Dennis Parker (Casablanca 1979)
098 "Rebel Rebel," David Bowie (RCA 1974)
099 "Tush," ZZ Top (London 1975)
100 "Jazzman," Carole King (Ode 1974)

A few release dates might be off. Big whoop. Don't bother correcting me, frankly. However, feel free to bitch and moan about my choices/order, to the usual address. I may (with permission, of course) print the best remarks here.

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