Five on Friday Set 175

Posted: Friday, May 24, 2013 by Travis Cody in

Great curves.  Marvelous style.  Playful.  Silly.  Successful.  Smart.  Beautiful. 

Those are just a few phrases and adjectives to describe my Lady.  Here's another...impeccable timing.

We met some friends for dinner last night.  During the drive home, Pam switched my XM Satellite Radio over to the 1970s on 7.  And we had a brilliant run of tunes.  Seriously great stuff.  We kept driving because as each song ended, another great one started and we didn't want it to ever end!

Finally we had to come home so we could choose 5 of them for Set 175. 


Five on Friday Set 175 by Travis on Grooveshark

One Fine Morning, written by Skip Prokop, released by Lighthouse in 1971

How Do You Do, written by Hans van Hemert/Harry van Hoof, released by Mouth & MacNeal in 1971

Photograph, written by Richard Starkey/George Harrison, released by Ringo Starr in 1973

Magic, written by David Paton, released by Pilot in 1974

Stumblin' In, written by Mike Chapman/Nicky Chinn, released by Suzi Quatro and Chris Norman in 1979


  1. Conclusive proof I missed the 70s while raising two children. The only song available for sing along was "Photograph". Thanks for the time travel.

  1. I'll be back for a listen over the weekend, Travis, but already Lighthouse and Ringo Starr look like frontrunners this week for me.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like you two had a lovely evening. Thanks for the tunes. GGG

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like you two had a lovely evening. Thanks for the tunes. GGG

  1. I like magic quite a lot. I didn't realize I'd heard "Stumblin' in" until it started to play but I remember that tune.

  1. you knocked it out of the park! all five are my fave pick this week.

  1. It's Magic was pretty good, too!

  1. Cherie says:

    Enjoyed it. :)

  1. TopChamp says:

    aagh! stopped it by mistake by hitting it to see what people were saying. Now have you open in 2 windows so I can multitask. Enjoying it so far.... track 1 is popular in my house! (raised comments when I started it without warning)