The Midnight Special - Season 1

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Episode Guide

  • Host: Mac Davis
    Host: Mac Davis
    Episode 33
    9/7/73
    9.7
    --Mac Davis (guest host) - "Something's Burning," "I'll Paint You a Song," "Naughty Girl," "Lonesomest Lonesome" & "I Believe in Music" --Mark Almond - "Neighborhood Man" & "Get Yourself Together" --Chuck Berry - "Roll Over Beethoven," "Bio" & "Carol" --Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes - "The Love I Lost" --Ravi Shankar - "Sindhi Bhairavi" --Edgar Winter Group - "Keep Playing That Rock and Roll," "Frankenstein" "Rock 'n' Roll Boogie Woogie Blues" & "Hanging Around"moreless
  • Host: Billy Preston
    Host: Billy Preston
    Episode 32
    8/31/73
    8.9
    --Billy Preston (guest host) - "Will It Go Round in Circles," All Spaced Out," "Music's My Life"" & "That's the Way God Planned It" --Billy Preston and Buddy Miles - "My Sweet Lord" --Bo Diddley - "Bo Diddley" & "Bo Diddley-Itis" --Ned Doheny - "I Can Dream" --Gladstone - "Natural Inclination" --Maureen McGovern - "The Morning After" (theme song from "The Poseidon Adventure") --Buddy Miles - "Them Changes" & "Thinking of You" --Steely Dan - "Reeling in the Years," "Show Biz Kids" & "My Old School"moreless
  • Co-hosts: Loretta Lynn & Marty Robbins
    --Loretta Lynn and Marty Robbins (Co-hosts) - "The Midnight Special" & "Singin' the Blues" --Loretta Lynn (Co-host) - "One's on the Way" & "Love is the Foundation" --Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty - "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" --Marty Robbins (Co-host) - "Don't Worry 'Bout Me," "A White Sport Coat," "Devil Woman," "El Paso"" --Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me" --Tom T Hall - "Spokane Motel Blues" --George Jones - "The Race Is On" --George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "We're Gonna Hold On" --Johnny Paycheck - "She's All I Got" --Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors" --Johnny Rodriguez - "Bosier City Backyard Blues" --The Earl Scruggs Revue - "Caroline Boogie" --Tanya Tucker - "Blood Red and Goin' Down" & "Delta Dawn" --Conway Twitty - "You've Never Been So Far" --Tammy Wynette - "Stand by Your Man"moreless
  • Host: Richard Pryor
    Host: Richard Pryor
    Episode 30
    8/17/73
    8.8
    --Richard Pryor (guest host) --Electric Light Orchestra - "Roll Over Beethoven" --Joe Hicks - "Train of Thought" --Doug Kershaw - "Fisherman's Luck," "Diggy Diggy Lo" & "Louisiana Man" --Albert King - "Don't Burn Down the Bridge" & "I'll Play the Blues for You" --Melissa Manchester - "If It Feels Good" & "Easy" --Joe Walsh - "Tend My Garden" & "Rocky Mountain Way"moreless
  • Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Episode 29
    8/10/73
    9.6
    --The Bee Gees (guest hosts) - "New York Mining Disaster 1941," "Turn of the Century" & "I Can't See Nobody" --The Hollies - "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" & "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" --Herman's Hermits - "I'm Henry the VIII I Am," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" & "There's a Kind of Hush" --Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders - "Game of Love" & "A Groovy Kind of Love" --The Searchers - "Needles and Pins," "Sweets for My Sweet" & "Love Potion #9" --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "Little Children" --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "How Do You Do It," "I Like It," "Ferry Cross the Mersey" & "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying."moreless
  • Host: Al Green
    Host: Al Green
    Episode 28
    8/3/73
    8.2
    --Al Green (guest host) - "Let's Stay Together," "Tired of Being Alone," "Call Me," "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" & "Here I Am" --Ramblin' Jack Elliott - "San Francisco Bay Blues" --Foghat - "She's Gone" "I Just Want to Make Love to You" --The Stylistics - "Point of No Return," "I'm Stone in Love with You" & "Stop, Look and Listen" --Livingston Taylor - "Good Friends" & "Over the Rainbow" --Bobby Womack - "Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out" & "Harry Hippie"moreless
  • Host: Dionne Warwick
    7/27/73
    8.6
    --Dionne Warwick (host) - "I Say a Little Prayer" and a medley of Burt Bachrach hits. --Dionne Warwick and Johnny Mathis - "My Love" --Johnny Mathis - "Killing Me Softly with Her Song" & "To the Ends of the Earth" --Bud Brisbois - "Baby Hand Your Love on Me" & "Miss Ma-Tazz" --Alan Bursky (comedian) - comedy segment --Leo Kottke - "Vaseline Machine Gun #2" --Malo - "Momotombo" & "Hala" --Kenny Rogers and the First Edition - "Coming Through the Rye," "Something's Burning" & "Lena Lookey"moreless
  • Host: Joan Baez
    Host: Joan Baez
    Episode 26
    7/20/73
    9.6
    --Joan Baez (host) - "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," "Joe Hill," "Love Song to a Stranger," "Prison Trilogy" & "Rider Pass By" --Joan Baez and Mimi Farina - "Best of Friends" --Black Oak Arkansas - "Fever in My Mind," "Dance to the Music Tonight" & "Hot and Nasty" --Bloodstone - "Natural High" & "Never Let You Go" --Steve Goodman - "Someone Else's Troubles" & "Would You Like to Learn to Dance?" --Mimi Farina - "In the Quiet Morning" --Wilson Pickett - "Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You" & "International Playboy" --The Pointer Sisters - "Cloudburst"moreless
  • Host: Smokey Robinson
    7/13/73
    8.9
    --Smokey Robinson (guest host) - "Want to Know My Mind," "Sweet Harmony" & "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" --The Miracles - "What Is Heart Good For," "Tears of a Clown" & "Don't Let It End (Till You Let It Begin)" --Bonnie Bramlett - "Good Vibrations" & "Celebrate Life" --Martin and Finley - "It's Another Sunder" --Rare Earth - "Hey Big Brother," "Big John Is My Name" & "Hum Along and Dance" --The Stylistics - "You'll Never Get to Heaven" & "You Are Everything"moreless
  • Host: Jose Feliciano
    7/6/73
    8.7
    --Jose Feliciano (guest host) - "California Dreamin'," "Compartments" & "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" --Savoy Brown - "Shot in the Head" & "Jack the Toad" --The Staple Singers - "Oh La De Da" & "Be What You Are" --Stories - "Brother Louie" & "Top of the City" --Tower of Power - "So Very Hard to Go" & "What Is Hip?" --Johnny Winter - "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Johnny B. Goode" & "Rock and Roll"moreless
  • Host: Paul Williams
    Host: Paul Williams
    Episode 23
    6/29/73
    8.8
    --Paul Williams (guest host) - "Someday Man," "That's What Friends Are For" & "Look What I Found" --Paul Williams, Kris Kristofferson and Rita Collidge - "Me and Bobby McGee" --Kris Kristofferson - "Loving Her Was Easier" & "Out of Mind, Sout of Sight" --Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge - "I Never Had it So Good" --Rita Coolidge - "I'll Be Your Baby" & "My Crew" --Brewer and Shipley - "Black Sky" & "Yankee Lady" --Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen - "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarette)" & "Jailhouse Rock" --Electric Light Orchestra - "Roll Over Beethoven" & "Kuiama" --King Harvest - "Dancing in the Moonlight" & "A Little Bit Like Magic"moreless
  • Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Episode 22
    6/22/73
    9.3
    --The Bee Gees (guest hosts) - "I Gotta Get a Message to You," "Alexander's Rag Time Band," "Run to Me," "Morning of My Life," "Holiday," "Let There Be Love," "My World" & "Wouldn't I be Someone" --The Bee Gees and Wilson Pickett - "Hey Jude" --Wilson Pickett - "In the Midnight Hour" & "Mr. Magic Man" --Steve Miller Band - "Loving on the U.S.A." & "Shu ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma" --John Kay - "I'm Movin' On" and "Moonshine (Friend of Mine)" --Jimmie Spheeris - "The Original Tap Dancing Kid" & "Beautiful News" --Maxine Weldon - "Johnny One Time" --The Muledeer and Moondoog Medicine Showmoreless
  • Host: Jim Croce
    Host: Jim Croce
    Episode 21
    6/15/73
    9.9
    --Jim Croce (guest host) - "Operator," "Roller Derby Queen," "You Don't Mess with Jim," "Speedball Tucker," "Big Bad Leroy Brown," "Careful Man" --Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Dance to the Music" & "La La La at the End" --Savoy Brown - "Tell Mama" & "Coming Down Your Way" --Barbara Fairchild - "Teddy Bear" --Shawn Phillips - "Anello (Where Are You)" & "America" --Wishbone Ash - "Jailbait" --Bobby Womack - "It's All Over Now" & "Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out"moreless
  • Host: Curtis Mayfield
    6/8/73
    8.4
    --Curtis Mayfield (guest host) - "Superfly," "If I Were Only a Child Again" & "Back to the World" --Canned Heat - "Let's Work Together," "Harley Davidson Blues" & "Woodstock Boogie" --Jose Feliciano - "Simple Song," "Compartments" & "Light My Fire" --Leroy Hutson - "Love Oh Love" --Ravi Shankar - "Ahir Bhairav" --Lakshmi Shankar - "A Bhajan" --The Spinners - "One of a Kind Love Affair," "I'll Be Around" & "Could it Be I'm Falling in Love" --Tufano-Giammarese - "Music Everywhere" & "I'm a Loser"moreless
  • Host: Paul Williams
    Host: Paul Williams
    Episode 19
    6/1/73
    8.7
    --Paul Williams (guest host) - "My Love and I," "Let Me Be the One," "We've Only Just Begun," "Rainy Days and Mondays" & "I Never Had It So Good" --Argent - "God Gave Rock and Roll to You," "Hold Your Head Up" & "It's Only Money Part 2" --Gunhill Road - "Back When My Half Was Short" & "Mr. Keyboard" --Sydney Jordan - "Sunday Morning Sunrise" --Slade - "Goodbuy T'Jane" & "Cum On Feel the Noize" --The Statler Brothers - "Flowers on the Wall" & "The Class of '57" --The Stylistics - "Betcha By Golly, Wow," "Break Up to Make Up" & "I'm Stone in Love with You"moreless
  • Hosts: Gladys Knight & the Pips
    5/25/73
    8.6
    --Gladys Knight and the Pips (guest hosts) - "Friendship Train," "Daddy Could Swear I Declare," "I Don't Want to Do Wrong" & "Neither One of Us" --Dr. John - "Right Place, Wrong Time" & "Such a Night" --Robert Klein (comedy segment) --Skylark - "Wildflower" & "Woodstock" --The Staple Singers - "Respect Yourself" & "We the People" --John Stewart - "Road Away" & "Chilly Winds"moreless
  • Host: Chubby Checker
    5/18/73
    9.7
    --Chubby Checker - "Let's Twist Again," "Pony Time," Limbo Rock" & "Slow Twistin'" --Jimmy Clanton - "Just a Dream" --Danny and the Juniors - "At the Hop" & "Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay" --Ben E. King - "Spanish Harlem" & "Stand by Me" --Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Going Out of My Head" & "Two Kinds of People in the World" --Lloyd Price - "Personality" --Lloyd Price and the Skyliners - "I'm Gonna Get Married" --The Ronettes - "Baby I Love You" & "Do I Love You" --The Shirelles - "Baby It's You" & "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" --The Skyliners - "This I Swear" & "Since I Don't Have You"moreless
  • Hosts: Burns and Schreiber
    5/11/73
    8.8
    --Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber (comedy team, guest hosts) --Mark Almond - "What Am I Loving For," "Just Another Road Song" & "The City" --Kenny Colman - "Last Tango in Paris" --The Crusaders - "Put It Where You Want It" & "Don't Let It Get You Down" --Ronnie Dyson - "One Man Band" --The Hollies - "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" --The Incredible String Band - "Black Jack Davy" & "Old Buccaneer" --Steve Martin (comedian, stand-up comedy segment) --The O'Jays - "Love Train"moreless
  • Host: Johnny Nash
    Host: Johnny Nash
    Episode 15
    5/4/73
    8.6
    --Johnny Nash (guest host) - "Stir It Up," "Groovy Feeling," "I Can See Clearly Now" & "Merry-Go-Round" --Chi Coltrane - "Thunder and Lightning" & "You Were My Friend" --Freemen and Murray (comedy team) --Tom T. Hall - "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" & "Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon" --Andrew Johnson (comedian) --Gladys Knight and the Pips - "If I Were Your Woman" & "Neither One of Us" --Kenny Rankin - "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" & "In the Name of Love" --The Raspberries - "I Wanna Be with You" & "Let's Pretend"moreless
  • Host: Jerry Lee Lewis
    4/27/73
    9.6
    --Jerry Lee Lewis (guest host) - "Great Balls of Fire," "High School Confidential," "Drinking Wine Spo Dee O'Dee" & "Cold Cold Heart" --Jerry Lee Lewis and Linda Gail Lewis - "Roll Over Beethoven" --Freddie Cannon - "Tallahassee Lassie" & "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" --Chubby Checker - "The Twist" & "Huckle Buck" --Bobby Day - "Rockin' Robin" --The Del Vikings - "Come Go with Me" --The Penguins - "Earth Angel" --Lloyd Price - "Stagger Lee" & "Where Were You on My Wedding Day" --Little Anthony - "I'm Alright" & "Tears on My Pillow" --The Ronettes - "Be My Baby" & "Walkin' in the Rain" --Del Shannon - "Runaway" & "Keep Searchin'" --The Shirelles - "Soldier Boy" & "Tonight's the Night"moreless
  • Host: Doc Severinsen
    4/20/73
    8.6
    --Doc Severinsen (guest host) - "I Just Want to Celebrate," "Last Tango in Paris," "Does Anybody Know What Time It Is," "Introduction," "Twenty-Five or Six to Four" & "Beginnings" --Doc Severinsen - "Celebrate" (with the Now Generation and Today's Children) --Doc Severinsen (on fluegelhorn) and Henry Mancini - "Brothers Go to Mothers" duet. Mancini introduces his group including his son Chris. --Hoyt Axton - "Jambalaya" & "Less Than the Song" --Jerry Butler - "Western Union Man" "Only the Strong Survive" & "Ain't Understanding Mellow" --Dobie Gray - "Drift Away" & "The 'In' Crowd" --Carol Burnett - introduces Vicki Lawrence --Vicki Lawrence - "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" --Country Joe McDonald and his All-Star Band - "Couleene Anne" & "Hold On It's Coming" --Not Cut of Friends - "Indian Warrior" (another source listed the band as "Hot Cup of Friends")moreless
  • Host: Bill Cosby
    Host: Bill Cosby
    Episode 12
    4/13/73
    9.1
    --Bill Cosby (guest host, appearing with a band) - "Ursulena (With Your Washing Machina)," "I've Got to Be Strong" (sung by member of his group) & "I Lost My Baby At the Dance Last Night" --David Brenner (stand-up comedian) - jokes about airplanes; the moon shot; dating in New York City and King Kong --Ray Charles - "Early in the Morning" --Fanny - "All Mine" & "Last Night I Had a Dream" --Waylon Jennings - "Lovin' Her Was Easier," "Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues" & "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" --Billy Preston - "Will It Go Round in Circles" & "Outa-Space" --Steely Dan - "Reelin' in the Years" --Taj Mahal - talks about "Sounder," plays "Cheraw" on banjo & sings "Texas Woman Blues"moreless
  • Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Hosts: The Bee Gees
    Episode 11
    4/6/73
    9.7
    --The Bee Gees (guest hosts) - "To Love Somebody," "Lonely Days," "I Saw a New Morning" and a medley of hits ("New York Mining Disaster 1941," "I Started a Joke," "Massachusetts" and "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart") --The Bee Gees and Jerry Lee Lewis - medley: "Money," "Good Golly Miss Molly," "Long Tall Sally," "Jenny Jenny," "Tutti Frutti" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" --Skeeter Davis - "One Tin Soldier" & "End of the World" --Gladys Knight & the Pips - "Neither One of Us" & "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" --Jerry Lee Lewis - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" --Johnny Nash - "Stir it Up" & "I Can See Clearly Now" --Jim Weatherly - "You Are a Song" --Frank Welker (comedian) - does imitations of animals; Marlon Brando ("Godfather" character); and other imitations.moreless
  • Host: Ray Charles
    Host: Ray Charles
    Episode 10
    3/30/73
    9.4
    --Ray Charles (guest host) - "Eleanor Rigby," "Georgia on My Mind" & "What'd I Say" --Ray Charles with the Raelets (a.k.a. Raylettes) - "I Can Make It Through the Days (But Oh Those Lonely Nights)" --Bill Cosby talks with Ray Charles and dances while Charles sings "Every Saturday Night" --Carol Burnett talks with Ray Charles --Aretha Franklin - "A Brand New Me" --Aretha Franklin & Ray Charles - "Takes Two to Tango" --The Raelets - sing "Shake" (while Charles plays the piano) --The Earl Scruggs Revue - "T for Texas" & "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" --Freeman and Murray (comedy team of Freeman King and Murray Langston) - team reenacts the boxing scene from "Great White Hope" in slow motionmoreless
  • Host: Lou Rawls
    Host: Lou Rawls
    Episode 9
    3/23/73
    9.5
    --Lou Rawls (guest host) - "A Natural Man" & "Dead End Street" --Lou Rawls - medley: "Memory Lane," "It Was a Very Good Year" & "Old Folks" --Brewer & Shipley - "One Toke Over the Line" --George Burns - "Mr. Bojangles" and "You Made Me Love You" (2nd song with the Honey Cone) --George Burns & Honey Cone - "You Made Me Love You" --The Committee (comedy segment) - routines about a surprise party; movies; an argument; a police station --The Grass Roots - "Midnight Confession" & "Love Is What You Make It" --Honey Cone - "Want Ads" --The O'Jays - "Backstabbers" & "Love Train" (2nd song with Lou Rawls) --Eric Weissberg and Deliverance - "Dueling Banjos" and "I'm My Own Grandpa"moreless
  • Host: Paul Anka
    Host: Paul Anka
    Episode 8
    3/16/73
    9.9
    Guests / songs (in broadcast order): --Paul Anka (host) - "Girl" --On film: vintage clip of Paul Anka singing "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" --Bobby Darin - "If I Were a Carpenter," "Dream Lover," "Splish Splash" & "Roll Over Beethoven" --Paul Anka - medley of hits: Diana," "Puppy Love," "Lonely Boy," "You Are My Destiny," "Memories" ("My Home Town"?), "Goodnight My Love" and "(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings" --The Coasters - "Poison Ivy," "Charlie Brown" & "Yakety Yak" --Tammy Wynette - "Kids Say the Darnedest Things" --The Ace Trucking Company (comedy troupe) - routines about a motor cycle gang; commercials; and an airplane flight --The Edwin Hawkins Singers - "Oh Happy Day" --Paul Anka and the Edwin Hawkins Singers - "Sweet Georgia Mine" (...Wine"?) --The Doobie Brothers - "Natural Thing" --George Jones - "What My Women Can't Do" --The Doobie Brothers - "Listen to the Music" --George Jones & Tammy Wynette - "Let's All Go Down to the River" --The Edwin Hawkins Singers -"New World" --Paul Anka - "Jubilation"moreless
  • Host: Paul Williams
    3/9/73
    9.5
    --Paul Williams (host) - "Old Fashioned Love Song," "Drift Away" & "That's Enough for Me" --Edward Bear - "Last Song" & "Close Your Eyes" --Loretta Lynn - "One's On the Way" & "Coal Miner's Daughter" --Seals & Crofts - "Hummingbird" & "Summer Breeze" --Sha Na Na - "Hound Dog," "Yakety Yak" & "I Wonder Why" --Lakshmi Shankar (Ravi's sister) - sings "Nata Nagara" in praise of Krishna. --Ravi Shankar - "Tilak Shyam" --Jonathan Winters (cameo appearance, following Paul Williams' first song) --On film: the "Dueling banjos" segment from "Deliverance"moreless
  • Host: Anne Murray
    Host: Anne Murray
    Episode 6
    3/2/73
    9.6
    --Anne Murray (host) - "Snowbird," "Danny's Song" & "I Know" --Anne Murray, Steve Martin and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - "Shuckin' the Corn" --The Association - "Along Comes Mary," "Crazy Songs and Loony Tunes" & "Names, Tags, Numbers and Labels" --Badfinger - "No Matter What" & "Suitcase" --Steve Martin (comedy segment) - routines on parts of the body; sound effects and plays the banjo. --Don McLean - "Vincent," "Dreidel" & "If We Try" --Sam Neely - "Loving You Just Crossed My Mind" & "Rosalie" --Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - "Jambalaya" --Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee - "People Get Ready" & "Walkin' My Blues Away"moreless
  • Host: Harry Chapin
    Host: Harry Chapin
    Episode 5
    2/23/73
    9.4
    --Harry Chapin (host) - "Sunday Morning Sunshine" "Sniper" and "Taxi" --Kerrie Biddell - "Spirit in the Dark" --Blood, Sweat and Tears - "Rosemary," "Hip Pickles" & "Snow Queen" --The Committee (comedy segment) - routines on "Harry Krishna"; doctor's office; commercial message and used cars. --The Hollies - "Magic Woman Touch" & "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" --Curtis Mayfield - "Freddie's Dead" & "Superfly" --Timmy Thomas - "Why Can't We Live Together?"moreless
  • Host: Mac Davis
    Host: Mac Davis
    Episode 4
    2/16/73
    9.5
    --Mac Davis (host) - "Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me," "I Believe in Music," "Dream Me Home," "Home" & "Half and Half (Song for Sara)"
    --The Doobie Brothers - "Jesus Is Just Alright" & "Listen to the Music"
    --Waylon Jennings - "You Can Have Her"
    --Billy Paul - "Me and Mrs. Jones" & "Brown Baby"
    --Billy Preston - "Blackbird," "Georgia on My Mind" & "That's the Way God Planned It"
    --Joan Rivers (comedy segment)
    --On film: the "Dueling Banjos" segment from "Deliverance"moreless
  • Host: Johnny Rivers (February 9, 1973)

    --Johnny Rivers (host) - "Blue Suede Shoes," "Rockin' Pneumonia, Boogie Woogie Flu" & "Got My Mojo Workin'."
    --The Ace Trucking Company (comedy troupe) - routines about an airplane flight; 2 old friends and a prayer meeting.
    --Albert Hammond - "It Never Rains in Southern California" and "If You Gotta Break Another Heart."
    --Merilee Rush - "Start Again" & "Comfort and Please You."
    --The Spinners - "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" and "I'll Be Around"
    --Steely Dan - "Do It Again" and "Reeling in the Years."
    --Paul Williams (singer / songwriter) - "Out in the Country" and "I Won't Last a Day Without You."
    --Wolfman Jack sings "I Ain't Never Seen a White Man."

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  • Host: Helen Reddy (February 2, 1973)

    --Helen Reddy (host) - "I Am Woman," "Peaceful" & "Come On John."
    --Ed McMahon (walk-on cameo) - wishes the show success.
    --Ike and Tina Turner Revue- "I Can't Turn You Loose" & "With a Little Help from My Friends."
    --George Carlin (comedian) - stand-up comedy monologue.
    --Curtis Mayfield - "Superfly."
    --Don McLean - "Dreidel" & "If We Try."
    --Rare Earth - "We're Gonna Have a Good Time" & "I Just Want to Celebrate."
    --Kenny Rankin - "Comin' Down."
    --The Byrds - "Mr. Tambourine Man" & "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star."
    --The Impressions - "Preacher Man."
    --Helen Reddy, Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions - "Amen."

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  • Host: John Denver (1972 Pilot)
    8/19/72
    8.3
    1972 Pilot:
    --John Denver (host) - "(Take Me Home) Country Roads" & "Goodbye Again"
    --John Denver and 'Mama' Cass Elliott - "Leaving on a Jet Plane" duet
    --Argent - "Hold Your Head Up" & "Tragedy"
    --Harry Chapin - "Taxi"
    --David Clayton-Thomas (singer from Blood, Sweat & Tears) - "Yesterday's Music" & "Nobody Calls Me Prophet"
    --The Everly Brothers - "All I Have to Do Is Dream" & "Stories We Could Tell"
    --The Isley Brothers - "Pop That Thang"
    --Helen Reddy - "I Don't Know How to Love Him"
    --Linda Ronstadt - "Long Long Time" & "The Fast One"
    --War - "Slippin' into Darkness"moreless
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