1970 Music Throwback

Get ready for a musical journey back to the year 1970! In this groovy episode of Song Swap Showdown, your hosts Chris and Amanda are time-traveling to the era of bell-bottoms and disco balls.

They’re swapping three iconic songs from 1970, each with a unique vibe that captures the spirit of the time. Amanda’s picks for Chris are a delightful mix of genres. She’s got the sweet melodies of The Carpenters’ “They Long To Be Close To You,” the soulful crooning of Elvis Presley’s “The Wonder of You,” and the heartfelt country vibes of Bobby Bare’s “That’s How I Got To Memphis.” Not to be outdone, Chris has some classic 1970 hits up his sleeve for Amanda.

Get ready to rock out to Led Zeppelin’s “Celebration Day,” lose yourself in the psychedelic sounds of Rodriguez’s “Sugarman,” and headbang to the heavy metal beats of Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid.”

Join us as we rate these 1970 hits on a scale of 1 to 5 records. Will Amanda’s picks make Chris feel the love?

Will Chris’s songs have Amanda dancing in her seat? Tune in to find out! So, put on your dancing shoes, turn up the volume, and let’s get this 1970s party started!

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