Solid Gold - Season 7

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(ended 1988)

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  • Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Solid Gold Soul
    An episode highlighting "Solid Gold Soul" with performances by Smokey Robinson ("Just to See Her"); The Jets ("Crush on You"); Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam ("All Cried Out"); Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson ("A Little Bit More"); Luther Vandross ("Give Me the Reason"); Kenny G.; and the Jets. Plus, an interview with Mary Wilson.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Number One Singles
    A Number One Singles show with performances by Club Nouveau ("Lean on Me"); Exposé ("Come Go With Me"); Georgia Satellites ("Keep Your Hands to Yourself"); Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"); Tears for Fears ("Shout"); and Jody Watley. Plus, Bob Seger is interviewed.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 36 Ladies of the 80's
    The 1987 edition of Ladies of the '80s features performances by The Bangles ("Manic Monday"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), Janet Jackson ("What Have You Done for Me Lately?"), The Judds ("Have Mercy"), Kim Wilde ("You Keep Me Hangin' On"), Belinda Carlisle, and Gloria Estefan & the Miami Sound Machine. Plus, the Pointer Sisters are interviewed.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 35 Songs from the Movies
    Songs from the Movies with performances by Peter Cetera ("Glory of Love" from The Karate Kid, Part II); Little Richard ("Great Gosh A'Mighty (It's A Matter Of Time)" from Down and Out in Beverly Hills); Kenny Loggins ("Danger Zone" fromTop Gun); Melissa Manchester and Al Jarreau ("The Music Of Goodbye" from Out of Africa); Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom" from Running Scared); Wang Chung ("To Live and Die in L.A."); and El DeBarge.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 34
    7/18/87
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Atlantic Starr ("Always"), Cutting Crew ("One for the Mockingbird"), Gloria Estefan & the Miami Sound Machine ("Rhythm Is Gonna Get You"), Mickey Gilley ("Full Grown Fool"), Natalie Cole, and The Thompson Twins. In the Flashback segment, Lesley Gore sings "It's My Party." Plus, a repeat of the May 1987 interview with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 33
    7/11/87
    8.1
    Wayland Flowers & Madame return for this episode. Also appearing are The Gregg Allman Band ("I'm No Angel"), John Conlee ("Domestic Life"), Expose ("Point Of No Return"), John Parr ("Don't Worry 'bout Me"), Kim Wilde ("You Keep Me Hangin' On"), and Smokey Robinson. In the Flashback segment, Danny & the Juniors (featuring Joe Terry) perform "At the Hop." Plus, an interview with David Lee Roth.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 32
    5/30/87
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Bunny DeBarge ("Save the Best for Me (Best of Your Lovin')"), Gary Morris ("Plain Brown Wrapper"), Billy Vera & the Beaters ("Let You Get Away"), Deniece Williams ("Never Say Never"), Glass Tiger, and Robbie Nevil. In the Flashback segment, Dion performs his 1961 hit "The Wanderer." Plus, the second half of the Bob Segar interview.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 31 Salute to the '60s
    In this Salute to the '60s, Marilyn McCoo welcomes The Beach Boys; Blood, Sweat and Tears; The Grass Roots; Ben E. King; Martha Reeves; Paul Revere and the Raiders; Tommy Roe; John Sebastian; and Steppenwolf. Also, comedy bits with '60s TV icons Alan Hale, Linda Kaye, George Lindsey, Ken Osmond, and Adam West. Plus, an interview with the Monkees.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 30
    5/16/87
    7.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Alabama ("You've Got The Touch"), Club Nouveau ("Lean On Me"), The Commodores ("United in Love"), Expose ("Come Go with Me"), The Thompson Twins ("Get That Love"), and Freddie Jackson. In the Flashback segment, The Byrds perform their 1965 hit "Mr. Tambourine Man." Plus, an interview with Bob Segar.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 29
    5/9/87
    8.0

    This episode features host Marilyn McCoo reuniting with the 5th Dimension for their 1967 hit "Up-Up And Away."
    Also appearing are Grace Jones ("Crush"), Oingo Boingo ("Not My Slave"), Smokey Robinson ("Just To See Her"), Kris Kristofferson, Louise Mandrell, Jack Wagner, and comedian Paul Rodriguez.
    Plus, the second half of an interview with Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton.

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  • Solid Gold 87 Show 28
    5/2/87
    7.5

    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Kool & the Gang ("Stone Love"), Kenny Loggins ("Meet Me Half Way"), Gloria Loring, Survivor("How Much Love"), Steve Wariner("Smalltown Girl"), and Andy Williams.
    The Righteous Brothers perform their 1965 hit "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
    Plus, the first half of an interview with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.

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  • Solid Gold 87 Show 27
    4/4/87
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crowded House ("Don't Dream It's Over"), Samantha Fox ("Do Ya Do Ya (Wanna Please Me)"), Jeff Lorber featuring Karyn White ("Facts of Love"), Eddie Money ("Endless Nights"), Tanya Tucker ("I'll Come Back As Another Woman"), and Johnny Mathis. Dave Mason performs his 1977 hit "We Just Disagree." Plus, an interview with Billy Vera.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 26
    3/28/87
    7.5
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers ("Talkin' to the Moon"), Glass Tiger ("I Will Be There"), Luther Vandross ("Stop to Love"), Wang Chung ("Let's Go"), and Robbie Nevil("Dominoes").
    Ben E. King performs his 1961 hit "Spanish Harlem".
    Bob Geldof is interviewed by Nina Blackwood. Marilyn performs "Dancing in the Dark".moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 25
    3/21/87
    6.9
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes comedian Roseanne Barr, Bo Diddley ("Bo Diddley"), Grace Jones ("Crush"), Toto ("Without Your Love"), Billy Vera and the Beaters ("I Can Take Care of Myself"), Tom Wopat ("The Rock and Roll of Love"), and Stacey Q. Plus, an interview with Kris Kristofferson.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 24
    3/14/87
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chico DeBarge ("The Girl Next Door"), Expose ("Come Go with Me"), Eddie Money ("I Wanna Go Back"), Jody Watley ("Looking for a New Love"), Georgia Satelites("Keep your Hands to Yourself"), and Sweethearts of the Rodeo.
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons perform the 1978 hit "Grease."
    Plus, Nina has an interview with Mary Wilson.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 23
    3/7/87
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Johnny Cash ("Big River"), Peter Cetera ("Big Mistake"), Meat Loaf and John Parr ("Rock 'N' Roll Mercenaries"), Melba Moore ("Falling"), and 'Til Tuesday.
    In the Flashback segment, Peggy March sings "I Will Follow Him."
    Plus, Nina has the conclusion of the David Lee Roth interview.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 22
    2/28/87
    7.2
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Samantha Fox ("Touch Me I Want Your Body"), Bob Geldof ("Love Like A Rocket"), Kris Kristofferson ("They Killed Him"), Kenny Loggins ("Meet Me Halfway"), Survivor ("How Much Love"), and The Jets. In the Flashback segment, Carl Perkins performs "Blue Suede Shoes." Don King appears in a comedy bit with Arsenio Hall. Plus, an interview with Cyndi Lauper.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 21
    2/21/87
    7.3
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chicago("Will you Still Love Me?"), Little Richard("Great Gosh Amighty"), Kool and the Gang ("Victory"), Anne Murray ("On and On"), and Billy Vera & the Beaters ("At This Moment").
    In the Flashback segment, John Sebastian performs "Do You Believe In Magic?"
    Plus, the first half of an interview with David Lee Roth. Behind the scenes with dancers Regan & Jamilah.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 20 Countdown 86 pt 2
    A countdown of the Top 20 songs of 1986. This episode, covering #10 to #1, features Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"); Peter Cetera ("Glory Of Love"); Belinda Carlisle ("Mad About You"); Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom"); Robert Palmer ("Addicted To Love"); and Falco ("Rock Me Amadeus"). Dionne Warwick & Friends (Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager) perform "That's What Friends Are For." Plus, interviews with The Pointer Sisters, Michael McDonald, and Stevie Wonder.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 19 Countdown 86 Pt 1
    A countdown of the Top 20 songs of 1986. This episode, covering #20 to #11, features performances by Kenny Loggins ("Danger Zone"); Gloria Loring and Carl Anderson ("Friends and Lovers"); Robert Palmer ("I Didn't Mean To Turn You On"); El Debarge ("Who's Johnny"); NuSchooz ("I Can't Wait"); Thompson Twins ("King for a Day"); and Klymaxx ("I Miss You"). Plus, interviews with Kenny Rogers, Robert Palmer, and the Monkees.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 18
    1/31/87
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Dwight Yoakam("Little Sister"); countdown recap from Richard Moll (from TV's Night Court), Belinda Carlisle and Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), Anita Baker ("Caught Up in the Rapture"), Bon Jovi ("Runaway"), and The Georgia Satellites("Keep your Hands to Yourself").
    In the Flashback segment, The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions." Behind the scenes with Dancers Darrell & Leslie. A solo from Marilyn "Hello" by Lionel Richie.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 17 w/ Toto
    1/24/87
    7.8
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Toto ("Could This Be Love"/"Without your Love"), Chico DeBarge ("Talk to Me"), Restless Heart ("I'll Still Be Loving You"), Wang Chung ("Let's Go"), and Billy Preston.
    In the Flashback segment, Terry Stafford performs his 1964 hit "Suspicion."
    Plus, an interview with Little Richard.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 16 w/ Chicago
    1/17/87
    9.1
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chicago ("Will You Still Love Me?"/ "It's Alright"), Cameo ("Word Up"), El DeBarge ("Someone"), and Eddie Rabbitt ("Gotta Have You").
    In the Flashback segment, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown performs "Fire."
    Plus, Nina has an interview with Robert Palmer.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 15
    1/10/87
    7.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Michael Johnson ("Give Me Wings"), Stacy Lattisaw ("Nail It to the Wall"), Eddie Money ("I Wanna Go Back"), Klymaxx("Sexy"), Marie Osmond, and Timbuk 3("Futures So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades"). In the Flashback segment (1964), The Searchers perform "Love Potion Number 9."
    Plus, an interview with The Pointer Sisters.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 14
    12/13/86
    7.3
    In a salute to rock and roll, Marilyn McCoo introduces performances from past shows including Bryan Adams ("Straight from the Heart"), Chuck Berry ("Sweet Little 16"), Heart ("Barracuda"), Rick Nelson ("You Know What I Mean"), The Pretenders ("Middle of the Road"), R.E.O. Speedwagon ("Can't Fight This Feeling"), Starship ("We Built This City"), and Tears for Fears.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 13
    12/6/86
    7.3
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes guests Anita Baker ("Caught Up in the Rapture"), Belinda Carlisle and Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), Johnny Cash ("Big Light"), Michael McDonald ("Our Love"), Samantha Fox, and John Parr("Blame it on the Radio"). In the Flashback segment, Bobby Vinton sings "Blue Velvet." Plus, Nina has an interview with The Pointer Sisters.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 12
    11/29/86
    7.7
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crystal Gayle ("Straight from The Heart"), Sergio Mendes and Brasil '86 ("Take This Love"), Sparks ("Fingertips"), and Toni Tennille ("How High The Moon").
    In the Flashback segment, Neil Sedaka performs "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do."
     Plus, an interview with Stevie Wonder. Marilyn does a solo "Loverboy"moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 11
    11/22/86
    7.6
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Christopher Cross ("Loving Strangers"), Miami Sound Machine ("Falling in Love"), Eddie Money ("Take Me Home Tonight"), Luther Vandross ("Give Me The Reason"/ "Stop to Love"), and Juice Newton ("What will I do with my Heart").
    In the flashback segment, Bobby Sherman sings "Easy Come Easy Go."
    Plus, Nina has an interview with Aretha Franklin.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 10
    11/15/86
    7.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Janet Jackson ("What Have You Done for Me Lately?"), Peter Cetera with Amy Grant ("Next Time I Fall"), Til Tuesday, Al Jarreau, Gloria Loring, and Nu Shooz. In the 1962 Flashback segment, Tommy Roe performs "Sheila."
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 9
    11/8/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), Kool & The Gang ("Victory"), Toto ("I'll Be Over You"), Wang Chung ("Everybody Have Fun Tonight"), and Johnny Mathis.
    In the 1965 Flashback segment, Gary Lewis & the Playboys perform "This Diamond Ring."
    Plus, an interview with Daryl Hall.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 8
    11/1/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Air Supply ("One More Chance"), The Beach Boys ("California Dreamin'"), New Edition ("Earth Angel"), Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"), and The Commodores. In the Flashback segment, Paul & Paula sing "Hey Paula."
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 7
    10/25/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Belinda Carlisle ("I Feel the Magic"), Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force ("All Cried Out"), Eddie Money ("Take Me Home Tonight"), Kenny G., and Dwight Yoakam. In the Flashback segment, Ben E. King sings "Stand By Me." Plus, an interview with Steve Winwood.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 6
    10/18/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson ("A Little Bit More"), Peter, Paul and Mary ("No Easy Walk to Freedom"), George Benson, Michael McDonald, Juice Newton, and Regina. In the Flashback segment, Paul Revere and the Raiders perform "Kicks." Plus, an interview with Patti Labelle.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 5
    10/11/86
    7.1
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Peter Cetera and Amy Grant ("The Next Time I Fall"), Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers ("Somebody's Baby"), The Los Angeles Raiders ("Silver/Black Attack"), Chaka Khan("Tight Fit"), Judy Collins ("Moonfall");and The Miami Sound Machine("Bad Boy & Falling in Love".
    In the Flashback segment, Bachman-Turner Overdrive perform "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet."
    Plus, Nina has an interview with The Monkees.
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  • Solid Gold 87 Show 4
    10/4/86
    7.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crystal Gayle ("Cry"), The Moody Blues ("Your Wildest Dreams"/"The Other Side of Life"), Graham Nash ("Chippin' Away"), Stacey Q ("Two of Hearts"), The Temptations, and Jack Wagner.
    Plus, an interview with John Fogerty.
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 3
    9/27/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes Big Country ("Look Away"), Earl Thomas Conley and Anita Pointer ("Too Many Times"), Johnny Mathis and Henry Mancini ("Taking a Chance on Love"), Gavin Christopher, and Robert Palmer. In the Flashback segment, Blood, Sweat & Tears (with David Clayton-Thomas) perform "You Made Me So Very Happy." Plus, an interview with Paul Simon.moreless
  • Solid Gold 87 Show 2
    9/20/86
    0.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes guests including Culture Club ("Work on Me Baby"), Julian Lennon ("Want Your Body"), Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom"), Billy Ocean ("Love Zone"), and Toto ("I'll Be Over You"). In the Flashback segment, the Captain and Tennille perform "Love Will Keep Us Together."
  • Solid Gold 87 Debut
    9/13/86
    7.7
    Marilyn McCoo returns as the host and introduces guests Belinda Carlisle ("Mad About You"), Carl Anderson & Gloria Loring ("Friends and Lovers"), Peter Cetera ("Glory of Love"), James Ingram ("Always"), Steppenwolf ("Born to Be Wild"), and Culture Club ("Work on me Baby"). A duet by Marilyn and James Ingram ("Just Once").
    The regulars this season are comedian Arsenio Hall and music reporter Nina Blackwood. Nina interviews Belinda Carlisle.moreless
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