212 Name That Tune: The 70s (Junior Varsity) Edition
This edition of BBHQ's Name that Tune is especially for the younger
boomers; it includes only well-known songs from the 70s.
The current Junior Varsity Champ is Hope . with 73 points.
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3. 1973: Part of a duo in the 60s, he made pictures with his words.
4. 1977: A huge hit from Volvo country.
5. 1973: A man; a woman; and a nasty reptile.
6. 1973: A song questioning one's parents' artistic skills... and such. (4 words)
7. 1972: Mick Jagger did the background vocal; but no, it was not about him.
8. 1973: Modesty, from a great band still touring. (4 words)
9. 1977: In this, his 3d big hit, he describes what he does.
10. 1974: The best line is a reference to a Judy Garland movie.
11. 1974: A four-legged animal, swaying gently. (4 words)
12. 1973: The title became an icon representing a new beginning. (4 words)
13. 1974: Three words: like sugar; no place like it; where the Bear reigned.
14. 1975: Do it; in a hurry. (2 words)
15. Truly an American song, by a Canadian group.
16. 1972: You mean your father was Mick Jagger? (5 words)
17. 1970: Your means of transportation to the 70s.
18. 1979: Staying power, at the end of the dicso era.
19. 1974: A 60s singer & a 70s group, with a great, upbeat song.
20. 1972: The last hit for a 50s & 60s singer.
21. 1978: An R&B group, with a notable lead singer; a great love ballad.
22. 1976: One singer we all knew; one we never heard of before; but that had a great foot-stomping hit. (5 words)
23. 1978: Lead song from a 70s movie. He was on his own here, though he made his mark as lead singer of a 70s group.
24. 1979: The ideal casual attire.
25. 1970: A 70s version of the Irish look.
26. 1974: A simple mathematical equation.
27. 1975: A gentle love song with high notes off the scale.
28. 1973: All the women love to do this, especially after dark.
29. 1975: One look, and you know it's fake.
30. 1975: Romantic, wishful thinking, from a military (?) guy on keyboard.
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Name That Tune
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Who Said That?
The Boomer Movie Quiz
What's in a Number?
What's in a Number? (The Boomers' R&R Edition
The 60s Quiz
The 70s Quiz
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"Name That Tune - The 50s (Varsity) Edition,"
"Name That Tune - The Beatles Edition,"
"Name That Tune - The Instrumentals Edition," and
"Name That Tune - One-Hit Wonders."
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