Swingtown 70s Music from “Surprise” and “Take it to the Limit”

I apologize for being a little slow to post all the music from Swingtown. You can see my previous long post of 70s music from Swingtown. I think I missed a few from previous episodes, so I’ll try later to go back and cover all of the music from Swingtown.

Music from the Swingtown Episode “Surprise” shown on August 29, 2008
Jennifer Warnes sang the song Right Time of the Night
Reba McEntire - Oklahoma Girl - Right Time of the Night
Orleans sang the song Dance With Me
Orleans - Still the One - Dance with Me
Boz Scaggs sang the song We’re All Alone
Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs: Greatest Hits Live - We're All Alone
Ozark Mountain Daredevils sang the song Jackie Blue
Ozark Mountain Daredevils - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Jackie Blue

Music from the Swingtown Episode “Take it to the Limit” shown on September 5, 2008
I Just Wanna Be Your Friend sung by LightHouse
Lighthouse - Thoughts of Moving On - I Just Wanna Be Your Friend
The Things We Do for Love sung by 10cc
10cc - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of 10cc - The Things We Do for Love
Take It to the Limit sung by the Eagles
Eagles - One of These Nights - Take It to the Limit
It Keeps You Runnin’ sung by The Doobie Brothers
The Doobie Brothers - Best of the Doobies - It Keeps You Runnin'
The Boys Are Back in Town sung by Thin Lizzy
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak - The Boys Are Back in Town
Someone Saved My Life Tonight sung by Elton John
Elton John - Elton John: The Greatest Hits 1970-2002 - Someone Saved My Life Tonight
Show Me the Way sung by Peter Frampton
Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive! - Show Me the Way
I’d Love to Change the World sung by Ten Years After
Ten Years After - A Space In Time - I'd Love to Change the World

September 5, 2008 I Written By

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70’s Music from Swingtown on CBS

There’s been a lot of Swingtown controversy going around for good reason. One thing that isn’t controversial is the incredible 70’s music from the show. Below you’ll find a listing of all the 70’s music I could find from the show. I’ll post the rest of the music I find at this link: 70’s Swingtown music.

The most amazing part of this list of 70’s music from Swingtown is that almost every one of the songs comes from an “Ultimate Collection” or “Legendary Collection” or “70’s Greatest Hits” cd. Shows you how much more great 70s music there is out there. Just click on the iTunes links to purchase the 70s music.

Allman Brothers Band, The – Can’t Lose What You Never Had 5:49
The Allman Brothers Band - Gold: The Allman Brothers Band - Can't Lose What You Never Had
Andrea True Connection – More, More, More 3:07
Andrea True Connection - More, More, More - More, More, More
Average White Band – Pick Up the Pieces 3:59
Average White Band - AWB - Pick Up the Pieces
Barry Manilow – Mandy 3:20
Barry Manilow - Barry Manilow II - Mandy
Bay City Rollers – Saturday Night 2:54
Bay City Rollers - Bay City Rollers: The Definitive Collection - Saturday Night
Blue Swede – Hooked on a Feeling 2:53
Blue Swede - Hooked On a Feeling - Single - Hooked On a Feeling Read more..

August 4, 2008 I Written By

A true lover of TV. Not everything about TV, but great TV. Not afraid to say what he thinks and be proven wrong when someone knows something more than he does. My favorite TV show is definitely Amazing Race. However, it's not my favorite TV show to blog about.