Thursday, August 25, 2011

Remembering Trivet's Antiques In Cincinnati

Once upon a time in downtown Cincinnati there was this really great store called Trivet's Antiques and Boutique. This was a store like no other. From the outstide it looked like just about any other junk store you find in most big cities. However, you just had to walk through the door to immediatley realize you had stumbled upon something very, very unique. Inside the place was filled with 100% vintage clothes from the early to mid 70's. I mean, the place was just brimming over with stuff. There was so much stuff that even though I was there three times (for about three hours each visit), I still don't think that I saw everything.

The store had three floors (I didn't even know about the top floor until years later).

The main floor consisted of hat, belts, jewelry, watch bands, toe socks, and the best thing shoes. Oh my God, the shoes! On your way back to the shoe area, there was a glass case with several pairs of shoes. There was a sign on the case that stated, 'shoes in case not for sale.' Words cannot describe these shoes. Lots, and lots for totally cool vintage, never worn platform shoes. I couldn't believe my eyes. Then, in the actual shoe room, there was another large glass case filled with even more pairs of shoes. Not to mention all of the other pairs of shoes just sitting around. I didn't know where to begin shopping.

The basement was the real treasure trove. Down there on three rows of about three cafeteria tables each were thousands of pairs of vintage bell bottoms. I mean these jeans were on the tables. Below the tables and even hanging above the tables. Everywhere I looked there were clothes. Shirts lined the walls. Not just any shirts. Several of those beautiful embroidered denim shirts. This place was just amazing. And everything was 100% brand new and never worn. Even better, everything was being sold for what it was tagged for in the 70s. Vintage, never worn pants could be had for as little as $5.95 a pair! Unbelievable!

As to the top floor, I don't know what was up there since I never visited it. I heard it was filled with antiques but I don't know.

I first heard of Trivet's in 1994. One of my co-workers knew about it and knew my fondness for wearing vintage 70s clothes. So, one Saturday I made the two hour drive from Indianapolis on my first pilgrimage to this wonderland. Once I got a look at the basement, I was in heaven. Eventually, I would make three trips to Trivet's and end up spending close to $1,500.00. It was certainly easy enough to do. I do admit, I went a little nuts. In fact, I still have all the pants and shirts that I bought there. When I got home with my treasures, I removed all of the tags (I even saved a few) and washed everything in cold water with Woolite and line dried them. This is a practice that I still do to this very day. It's my way of preservng the clothes.

So, how did this little store happen upon all of this wonderful stuff? As for the pants and shirts, the story I heard was that the owners bought a warehouse from the store chain, The Bottom Half, when it went out of business. In the warehouse were boxes and boxes of unopened bell bottom and shirts. From there, they moved them to the store and sold them for whatever they were tagged. Where the shoes, jewelry and other accessories came from, I don't know. I never asked.

In 1995 I moved to California, taking all of those clothes with me but I never forgot about Trivet's. Over the years, I thought about returning to the store to buy more jeans since the ones that I had I could no longer wear. Once I hit 30, I gained a bit of weight and my 28 inch waist was a thing of the past. Sadly, the store closed sometime in 2000. It reopened at a new location in 2003. Then, a mere five years later, it closed again in 2008. At this time, it looks like Trivet's is once and for all gone. It just breaks the heart to think that all of those wonderful clothes are just gone. Not to mention those gorgeous shoes.

Until recently. I happened to be shopping on eBay one day and to my shock and amazement, there was someone selling a pair of shoes that were very familiar. In fact, they were a pair of shoes that I had bought at Trivet's long ago. This is the pair that I ran across:

The listing said they were purchased at a recent estate sale, and the seller listed their location as Southern Ohio. To me that just screamed Cincinnati! As I checked out the sellers other items, I discovered that there were 17 pairs of vintage 70s shoes for sale. I was floored! As I carefully looked at each and every pair of the shoes, I knew that these were the shoes from Trivet's. Not only that, they were the shoes that used to be in the glass cases. How did I know this? Well, for one thing, I remembered two particualr pairs that I really wanted. In fact these two pairs:

Another really big clue was each listing gave a pictures of the shoes from jus about every angle. Including the bottom. On the bottom of some of the shoes was a very distinctive clue. Several were marked 'not for sale.' Like in this picture:

After seeing that, there was no question in my mind that these shoes were from Trivet's. So, I bid and won the two pairs of shoes that I had my eye on in the case all those years ago. They just arrived today and are just a beautiful as I remember them. They will look great setting next to my other pairs of Trivet's shoes.

The shoes in this picture that I bought at Tirvet's are the top two pairs, the black pair with the fake snakeskin, the next two pairs and the bottom left pair with the stars on the toes.

So, now I will have eight pairs of shoes from Trivet's.

Finally, just for fun, here are pictures of the rest of the shoes from Trivet's that were recently on eBay. Enjoy. Now the only question is, what happened to those thousands of bell bottoms? The world may never know.

Monday, February 7, 2011

VH1 8-Track Flashback (An Episode Guide)

Well, my first blog in ever so long. And what a groovey blog it will be. It's all about the great late 90s TV series on VH1 called 8-Track Flashback. This was, in my opinion, the best show VH1 ever did.

In 1996, VH1 jumped on the 70s nostalgia wave with the launch of three shows. They dug The Midnight Special and American Banstand (only the 1975-85 episodes) out of the vaults. They also premiered a new series called 8-Track Flashback. The show was 30 minutes and hosted by the fabulous David Cassidy. The show featured vintage 70s videos and performances of top hits. Each show had a title or theme that was used to connect each of the videos shown. Also featured were 'Flashback Segments' that reinforced the title or theme.

Ultimately the show would have a total of three hosts. David Cassidy (24 episodes0, Leif Garrett (5 episodes), and Suzanne Somers (26 episodes). The final episode, which was pretty much produced to round out the run and end up with an even number of episodes, was hosted by Cynthia Garrett. In the end there are 56 episodes of the series.

I managed to record several episodes myself and what I didn't have I managed to purchase online for sellers on Ioffer, ebay and other sites. While my recordings were not in the best of condition (I taped them in EP speed), buy purchasing then series from others, I was able to upgrade most of my old VHS recordings. In total I managed to obtain 54 of the 56 episodes.

I also had several tapes of 70s videos purchased years ago that contained five additional videos from what turned out to be from an additional two episodes of the series. Both those episodes were hosted by Leif Garrett. Of those two 'lost' episodes I did find someone with an almost complete version of one of the episodes. That episode was titled 'She's A Rebel.' Unfortunately, the opening host segment and first video were missing. I did have the first video from the show, Helen Reddy's 'I Am Woman." So, I was able to to a passable reconstruction of the episode. The final episode hosted by Leif Garrett has proved to be illusive. I have four of the five videos from that show, but I can't seem to come up with the title to the episode. All of the host segments and the flashback segment are missing. However, I did do a reconstruction of the episode but without the host segments and flashback segment, it is just the opening theme, the videos and the closing theme.

Now, as I was doing my research, it became apparant that there wasn't a definitive episode list on the web anywhere. So, here for the first time anywhere is a complete list of all 56 episodes of 8-Track Flashback.

"American Girl" Host: David Cassidy

Maggie Mae - Rod Stewart (1971)
Sara Smile - Hall & Oates (1976)
My Sharona - The Knack (1979)
Flashback Segment: Women’s Movement
Angie - The Rolling Stones (1973)
Proud Mary - Ike & Tina Turner (1971)

"Love Rollercoaster” Host: David Cassidy

Let's Stay Together - Al Green (1972)
I'm Not in Love - 10cc (1975)
Love Will Keep Us Together - The Captain & Tennille (1975)
Flashback Segment: Evel Knievel
Feels Like The First Time – Foreigner (1977)
Let's Stick Together - Bryan Ferry (1976)

"Glam Rock" Host: David Cassidy

Rock & Roll, Part 2 - Gary Glitter (1972)
Virginia Plain - Roxy Music (1972)
Bang-A-Gong - T. Rex (1972)
Flashback Segment: Gender Bending
Lookin' For A Kiss - New York Dolls (1973)
Space Oddity - David Bowie (1973)

"Funk" Host: David Cassidy

Superstition - Stevie Wonder (1973)
Fire - Ohio Players (1975)
You Sexy Thing - Hot Chocolate (1975)
Flashback Segment: Platform Shoes
Le Freak - Chic (1978)
Rubberband Man - The Spinners (1976)
Tear the Roof Off The Sucker (Give Up The Funk) – Parliament (1976)

"Salute To Queen" Host: David Cassidy

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen (1975)
We Will Rock You - Queen (1977)
Somebody To Love - Queen (1976)
Flashback Segment: The Death Of Elvis Presley
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen (1982)
Another One Bites The Dust - Queen (1980)
We Are the Champions - Queen (1977)

"Disco" Host: David Cassidy

I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor (1978)
Get Down Tonight - K.C. & The Sunshine Band (1975)
You Should Be Dancing - Bee Gees (1976)
Flashback Segment: Life Inside A Disco (Studio 54)
I Love The Nightlife (Disco ‘Round) - Alicia Bridges (1978)
YMCA - The Village People (1979)

"Family Groups" Host: David Cassidy

Jive Talkin’ - Bee Gees (1975)
Top Of The World - The Carpenters (1973)
Magic Man - Heart (1976)
Flashback Segment: Watergate
Enjoy Yourself - The Jacksons (1977)
We Are Family - Sister Sledge (1979)

"Salute To ABBA" Host: David Cassidy

Waterloo - ABBA (1974)
S.O.S. - ABBA (1975)
Dancing Queen – ABBA (1976)
Flashback Segment: Roller Skating
Knowing Me, Knowing You – ABBA (1977)
Take a Chance on Me - ABBA (1978)

"Spirit Of '76" Host: David Cassidy

Tonight's The Night - Rod Stewart
Blinded By The Light - Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Afternoon Delight - The Starland Vocal Band
Flashback Segment: Bicentennial Celebration 7/4/76
Hard Luck Woman - Kiss
Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Elton John & Kiki Dee

"Arena Rock" Host: David Cassidy

Show Me The Way - Peter Frampton (1976)
Substitute - The Who (1974)
The Logical Song – Supertramp (1979)
Flashback Segment: Energy Crisis (Rising Gas Prices)
Silly Love Songs - Paul McCartney & Wings (1976)
Rosealita - Bruce Springsteen (1978)

"Teen Idols" Host: Leif Garrett

I Think I Love You - David Cassidy (1970)
I Only Want To Be With You - Bay City Rollers (1976)
Rockin' Robin - Michael Jackson (1972)
Flashback Segment: Farrah Fawcett
Puppy Love - Donny Osmond (1972)
Shadow Dancing - Andy Gibb (1978)
Runaround Sue - Leif Garrett (1977)

"New Wave" Host: David Cassidy

Can't Stand Losing You- The Police (1979)
My Best Friend's Girl - The Cars (1978)
Brass In Pocket - The Pretenders (1980)
Flashback Segment: CBGB’s
Atomic – Blondie (1979)
I Will Follow - U2 (1980)
Peace, Love & Understanding - Elvis Costello (1979)

"Synth Pop" Host: David Cassidy

Pop Muzik – M (1979)
Cars - Gary Numan (1980)
Rock Lobster - The B-52's (1980)
Flashback Segment: American Hostages Released
Whip It - Devo (1980)
Video Killed the Radio Star - The Buggles (1979)
Money - The Flying Lizards (1979)

"Salute To The Jacksons" Host: David Cassidy

Hit's Medley (I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save) – The Jackson 5 (1970)
Rockin' Robin – Michael Jackson (1972)
Dancing Machine – The Jackson 5 (1974)
Flashback Segment: Muhammad Ali
Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) – The Jacksons (1979)
Rock with You - Michael Jackson (1979)

"Sounds Of California" Host: David Cassidy

China Grove - The Doobie Brothers (1973)
It's So Easy - Linda Ronstadt (1977)
Low Down - Boz Scaggs (1976)
Flashback Segment: Jogging
You Make Loving Fun - Fleetwood Mac (1977)
Running On Empty - Jackson Browne (1977)

"Afro" Host: David Cassidy

Rock The Boat - Hues Corporation (1974)
More Than A Feeling – Boston (1976)
Don't Bring Me Down - ELO (1979)
Flashback Segment: Hair Styles
Nothing From Nothing - Billy Preston (1974)
Enjoy Yourself - The Jacksons (1977)

"Popular Duo's" Host: David Cassidy

Rich Girl - Hall & Oates (1977)
Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts (1972)
Shake Your Groove Thing - Peaches & Herb (1979)
Flashback Segment: Woodward & Bernstein
Your Mama Don't Dance - Loggins & Messina (1973)
Do That To Me One More Time - The Captain & Tennille (1980)

"Funk 2" Host: David Cassidy

Low Rider – War (1975)
Brick House - The Commodores (1977)
Living For the City - Stevie Wonder (1973)
Flashback Segment: Blaxplotation Films
Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry (1976)
Tear the Roof Off The Sucker (Give Up The Funk)- Parliament (1976)

"Sounds Of Philadelphia" Host: David Cassidy

Then Came You - The Spinners (1974)
When Will I See You Again - The Three Degrees (1974)
She's Gone - Hall & Oates (1976)
Flashback Segment: Rocky
Lady Marmalade - LaBelle (1975)
For the Love of Money - The O'Jays (1974)

"Singer/Songwriter's" Host: David Cassidy

Bad, Bad Leroy Brown - Jim Croce (1973)
Anticipation - Carly Simon (1972)
Wild World - Cat Stevens (1971)
Flashback Segment: Coke Commercial (I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing)
Brand New Key - Melanie (1971)
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor (1970)

"Beatles Solo" Host: David Cassidy

Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney (1970)
Back Off Boogaloo - Ringo Starr (1972)
Blow Away - George Harrison (1979)
Flashback Segment: Saturday Night Live – Beatles Offer
Jet - Paul McCartney (1974)
Instant Karma - John Lennon (1970)

"Songs From Popular Movies" Host: Leif Garrett

Stayin' Alive - Bee Gees (1977)
Car Wash - Rose Royce (1978)
You're the One That I Want - Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta (1978)
Flashback Segment: Disaster Films
Acid Queen - Tina Turner (1975)
Live & Let Die - Paul McCartney & Wings (1973)
Shaft - Issac Hayes (1972)

"Disco Fever" Host: Leif Garrett

I Feel Love - Donna Summer (1977)
You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) – Sylvester (1979)
Disco Inferno - The Trammps (1977)
Flashback Segment: Disco Sucks Movement
Got To Be Real - Cheryl Lynn (1979)
Turn The Beat Around - Vicki Sue Robinson (1976)

"Mellow Memories" Host: Suzanne Somers

Have You Never Been Mellow?& Please Mr. Please - Olivia Newton-John (1975)
I'll Never Love This Way Again - Dionne Warwick (1979)
If You Leave Me Now - Chicago (1976)
Flashback Segment: Transcendental Meditation
Killing Me Softly - Roberta Flack (1973)
I Write the Songs - Barry Manilow (1976)
Snowbird - Anne Murray (1970)

"Monogram" Host: Suzanne Somers

You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - BTO (1974)
Turn To Stone - ELO (1978)
Travelin' Band - CCR (1970)
Flashback Segment: Irons & Personalized T-Shirts
(Every Time I Turn Around) Back in Love Again - LTD (1977)
S.O.S. - ABBA (1975)
Jeepster - T. Rex (1971)

"Dancing" Host: Suzanne Somers

Dancing Machine - The Jackson 5 (1974)
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing - Leo Sayer (1976)
Dancing Queen - ABBA (1976)
Flashback Segment: K-Tel “Let’s Disco” Commercial
I Was Made For Dancing - Leif Garrett (1979)
Last Dance - Donna Summer (1978)

"New Wave 2" Host: Suzanne Somers

Cruel To Be Kind - Nick Lowe (1979)
Peace, Love & Understanding - Elvis Costello (1979)
Another Nail For My Heart - Squeeze (1980)
Flashback Segment: 1st Test Tube Baby
Is She Really Going Out With Him? - Joe Jackson (1979)
Take Me To The River - Talking Heads (1979)

"Salute To 1972" Host: Suzanne Somers

I Can See Clearly Now - Johnny Nash
A Horse With No Name - America
I'll Take You There - The Staple Singers
Flashback Segment: The God Father
You Don't Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce
Papa Was a Rolling Stone - The Temptations

"Salute To The Carpenters" Host: Suzanne Somers

Close To You - The Carpenters (1970)
We've Only Just Begun - The Carpenters (1970)
Rainy Days & Mondays - The Carpenters (1971)
Flashback Segment: All In the Family
Hurting Each Other - The Carpenters (1971)
Top Of The World - The Carpenters (1973)

"Salute To 1979" Host: Suzanne Somers

I Want You To Want Me - Cheap Trick
In the Navy - The Village People
The Devil Went Down To Georgia - The Charlie Daniels Band
Flashback Segment: Designer Jeans
Babe - Styx
Ring My Bell - Anita Ward
Tusk - Fleetwood Mac

"Sounds Of San Francisco" Host: Suzanne Somers

The Joker - The Steve Miller Band (1973)
Lido Shuffle - Boz Scaggs (1977)
Count On Me - Jefferson Starship (1978)
Flashback Segment: Pet Rock
Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) - Sly & The Family Stone (1970)
One More Saturday Night - The Grateful Dead (1972)

"Salute To 1973" Host: Suzanne Somers

We're An American Band - Grand Funk
Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
Reelin' In The Years - Steely Dan
Flashback Segment: Billie Jean King vs Bobby Riggs
Paper Roses - Marie Osmond
Midnight Train To Georgia - Gladys Knight & The Pips

"70's Cover Songs" Host: Suzanne Somers

Shop Around - The Captain & Tennile (1977)
Loco Motion - Grand Funk (1974)
Blue Bayou - Linda Ronstadt (1977)
Flashback Segment: Streaking
On Broadway - George Benson (1978)
Knock On Wood - Ami Stewart (1979)

"Salute To 1970" Host: Suzanne Somers

Venus – The Shocking Blue
Groove Me - King Floyd
American Woman – The Guess Who
Flashback Segment: Kent State
Come & Get It - Badfinger
Spill the Wine – Eric Burdon & War
Tears Of A Clown - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

"Greatest 70's Story Songs" Host: Suzanne Somers

Billy Don't Be A Hero - Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods (1974)
Patches - Clarence Carter (1970)
Cat's In The Cradle- Harry Chapin (1974)
Flashback Segment: Patty Hearst
Run Joey, Run - David Geddes (1975)
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes (1979)
Half-Breed – Cher (1973)

"Bands Named For Towns & States" Host: Suzanne Somers

Don't Look Back - Boston (1978)
Skin Tight - Ohio Players (1974)
25 Or 6 To 4 - Chicago (1970)
Flashback Segment: Custom Vans
Dust in the Wind - Kansas (1978)
Saturday Night - Bay City Rollers (1975)
Kiss And Say Goodbye – The Manhattans (1976)

"Salute To 1975" Host: Suzanne Somers

That's the Way (I Like It) - K.C. & The Sunshine Band
Lady Marmalade - LaBelle
Black Water- The Doobie Brothers
Flashback Segment: Sneakers
Fox On The Run - Sweet
At Seventeen - Janis Ian

"Teen Idols 2" Host: Suzanne Somers

Heart Beat (It's a Love Beat) - The Defranco Family (1974)
Sweet & Innocent - Donny Osmond (1971)
Hey Deanie - Shaun Cassidy (1977)
Flashback Segment: Tiger Beat Making A Teen Idol
Easy Come, Easy Go - Bobby Sherman (1970)
I Just Want To Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb (1977)
One Bad Apple - The Osmonds (1970)

"Money Songs" Host: Suzanne Somers

Money Honey - Bay City Rollers (1976)
Money, Money, Money - ABBA (1977)
For the Love of Money - The O'Jays (1974)
Flashback Segment: Susan Bea Anthony Dollar
Money - The Flying Lizards (1979)
Viva La Money - Tina Turner (1979)
Take The Money & Run (Live) - The Steve Miller Band (1982)

"70's Songs Of Unity" Host: Suzanne Somers

Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder (1973)
I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) - The New Seekers (1973)
Why Can't We Be Friends? - War (1975)
Flashback Segment: Egypt & Israel Peace Treaty
Shower the People - James Taylor (1976)
Imagine - John Lennon (1971)

“Salute To 1971” Host: David Cassidy

Joy To The World - Three Dog Night
Your Song- Elton John
Want Ads - The Honey Cone
Flashback Segment: EPA Commercial (Indian)
Ain’t No Sunshine - Bill Withers
Take Me Home Country Roads - John Denver

“Salute To 1974” Host Suzanne Somers

Rock Your Baby - George McCrae
Radar Love - Golden Earring
Don’t Worry About A Thing - Stevie Wonder
Flashback Segment: Howard Cosell
I’m Leaving It All Up To You - Donny & Marie
Sundown - Gordon Lightfoot
Band On The Run - Paul McCartney & Wings

“Salute To 1977” Host: David Cassidy

Best Of My Love - The Emotions
Year Of The Cat – Al Stewart
The Things We Do For Love – 10cc
Flashback Segment: Star Wars
Isn’t It Time – The Babys
Don’t Leave Me This Way – Thelma Houston
Knowing Me, Knowing You – ABBA

“Salute To 1978” Host: Suzanne Somers

Le Freak – Chic
If I Can’t Have You – Yvonne Elliman
Hot Child In The City – Nick Gilder
Flashback Segment: Fantasy Island
Jack & Jill – Raydio
Miss You – The Rolling Stones
Baker Street – Gerry Referty

“Classic Rock” Host Suzanne Somers

Kashmir – Led Zepplin (1979)
Join Together – The Who (1972)
I Shot The Sheriff – Eric Clapton (1974)
Flashback Segment: WKRP In Cincinnati
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd (1974)
Do You Feel Like We Do – Peter Frampton (1976)
Eclipse – Pink Floyd (1973)

“Sweet 70s Soul” Host: Suzanne Somers

You Ought To Be With Me – Al Green (1972)
Don’t Play That Song – Aretha Franklin (1970)
It’s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me – Barry White (1977)
Flashback Segment: Soul Train
You Make Me Feel Brand New – The Stylistics (1975)
Super Fly – Curtis Mayfield (1972)

“70s Buzz Words” Host: Suzanne Somers

(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty – KC And The Sunshine Band (1976)
Get Up And Boogie (That’s Right) – Silver Convention (1976)
Jive Talkin’ – The Bee Gees (1975)
Flashback Segment: Panasonic Dynamite 8-Track Player Commercial
Shake Your Groove Thing – Peaches & Herb (1979)
Macho Man – The Village People (1978)
Blame It On The Boogie – The Jacksons (1978)

“Salute To Donna Summer” Host: Suzanne Somers

I Feel Love – Donna Summer (1977)
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer (1979)
MacArthur Park – Donna Summer (1978)
Flashback Segment: Disco (The Hustle)
On The Radio – Donna Summer (1979)
Last Dance – Donna Summer (1978)

“Salute To 50s Nostalgia” Host Suzanne Somers

Burning Love – Elvis Presley (1973)
Garden Party – Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band (1972)
The Book Of Love – Sha Na Na (1973)
Flashback Segment: Happy Days
The Candy Man – Sammy Davis Jr. (1972)
Greese Mega Mix – Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta (1978)

“One Hit Wonders” Host: David Cassidy

Drift Away – Dobie Gray (1973)
Put Your Hand In The Hand – Ocean (1971)
Rock On – David Essex (1974)
Flashback Segment: AMC Pacer Commercial
In The Summer Time – Mungo Jerry (1970)
Knock On Wood – Amii Stewart (1979)

“One Hit Wonders 2” Host: David Cassidy

I’ve Got The Music In Me – The Kiki Dee Band (1974)
Seasons In The Sun – Terry Jacks (1975)
More, More, More – The Andrea True Connection (1976)
Flashback Segment: Hank Aaron’s 715th Home Run
Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl) – Looking Glass (1972)
Precious And Few – Climax (1972)

“70s Christmas” Host: Suzanne Somers

Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth – Bing Crosby & Davie Bowie (1977)
Step Into Christmas – Elton John (1973)
We Need A Little Christmas – The Osmonds (1979)
Flashback Segment: Mego Kiss Dolls Commercial
Father Christmas – The Kinks (1977)
Wonderful Christmas Time – Paul McCartney & Wings (1979)

“Novelty Songs” Host: Suzanne Somers

Kung Fu Fighting – Carl Douglas (1974)
Disco Duck – Rick Dees & His Cast Of Idiots (1976)
Convoy – C.W. McCall (1976)
Flashback Segment: GI Joe With Kung Fu Grip Commercial
The Streak – Ray Stevens (1974)
Short People – Randy Newman (1978)
Outa-Space – Billy Preston (1972)

“Classic 70s Soul” Host: Cynthia Garrett

Papa Was A Rolling Stone – The Temptations (1972)
Fire – The Ohio Players (1974)
Midnight Train To Georgia – Gladys Knight & The Pips (1973)
Tear The Roof Off The Sucker (Give Up The Funk) – Parliament (1976)
Get Up (I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine) – James Brown (1970)

“She’s A Rebel” Host Leif Garrett*

I Am Woman – Helen Reddy (1972)
Stop Your Sobbing – The Pretenders (1980)
Because The Night – Patti Smith Group (1978)
Flashback Segment – Gloria Steinem
48 Crash – Suzi Quatro (1973)
Barracuda – Heart (1977)
Heart Of Glass – Blondie (1979)

*This episode is missing the very first host segment but it does contain all five of the original videos that were shown.

“Title Unknown” Host: Leif Garrett**

Boogie Fever – The Sylvers (1976)
I’m Your Boogie Man – KC & The Sunshine Band (1977)
Lean On Me – Bill Withers (1972)
Flashback Segment: Contents Unknown
Love Is Like Oxygen – Sweet (1978)

**This episode is a reconstruction of the original episode. The host segments and flashback segment are missing. The reconstruction does contain four of the five
original videos that were shown but the original order is also unknown.

So, if anyone out there has complete copies of the 'She's A Rebel' episode and the 'Title Unknown' episode, please let me know. I would be willing to trade or purchase copies of those episodes.