Post by worldidols on Mar 14, 2021 18:22:45 GMT
Pop nonstop: The 70s - Mamma Mia
Sunday, February 21, 2021, 12:45 a.m. to 02:15 a.m.
Titles like "Mamma Mia" by ABBA, "Living Next Door To Alice" by Smokie or "Morning Has Broken" by Cat Stevens all have one thing in common: They are world hits.
With pop non-stop into the 70s. ABBA will be there too. © rbb / WDR / dpa
With pop non-stop into the 70s - ABBA will be there.
In this program, the "catchy tunes" from the 1970s can be seen and heard on the screen, pure music and rhythm. There are Harpo with "Moviestar", Mungo Jerry with "In The Summertime" and the New York band Chic with "Le Freak". Big pop ballads like "It's A Heartache" by Bonnie Tyler alternate with disco hymns like "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor or "Heart Of Glass" by Blondie.
In this international music mix, of course, a one-hit wonder should not be missing: "Jeans On" by David Dundas. This song also shaped the pop sound of the 1970s.
The favorite songs have been selected by rbb-Antenne-Brandenburg listeners, who are asked once a year by the successful radio wave about their favorites across the decades.
Pop nonstop: The 70s - Daddy Cool
During the night from Saturday to Sunday, March 7th, 2021, 00:00 to 01:30
"Daddy Cool" by Boney M., "Lost in France" by Bonnie Tyler and "Thank You For The Music" by ABBA: These hits from the 1970s are among the favorite songs of the Antenne Brandenburg listeners who once came to the Year to be asked by the rbb radio wave about their musical preferences across the decades. "Pop nonstop" brings your favorite hits from the 1970s to the screen.
With pop non-stop into the 70s. Also included are Boney M. © rbb
With pop non-stop into the 70s. Boney M.
Also there are: Carl Douglas with "Kung Fu Fighting", Penny McLean with "Lady Bump" or the Dire Straits with "Sultans Of Swing". Of course, disco hits like "YMCA" by Village People and pop ballads like "Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone" by Smokie are a must. Status Quo also shaped the sound of the 1970s with "Rocking All Over The World". "Pop nonstop" is a journey into the pop world of the 1970s with great hits and many surprises.
Non-stop hits: The 60s - Merci, Cherie
Sunday, March 14, 2021, 12:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
"A tear travels", "White roses from Athens", "It was only the bossa nova to blame": The hits of the 1960s are still unforgettable today. The German hit business was very international at the time. Artists like Karel Gott from the Czech Republic, Gitte from Denmark, Nana Mouskouri from Greece, Howard Carpendale from South Africa or Adamo from Belgium celebrated great successes.
The hits of the 60s almost in their original length - pure hit fun! There are Gitte, Howard Carpendale, Mireille Mathieu, Frank Schöbel, Chris Doerk and of course Udo Jürgens with his hit "Merci Chérie". - Udo Jürgens © NDR / rbb
Udo Jürgens sings his hit "Merci Chérie".
The show also features: Roy Black, Freddy Quinn, Frank Schöbel and Chris Doerk. And of course Udo Jürgens with his hit "Merci Chérie". With this song he won the Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson in Luxembourg in 1966.