The Beach Boys mature, the Temptations really do sing Smokey Robinson, Otis Redding shines in comparison and the Sonics don't actually invent punk.
Then, Neil Young joins CSN, Leon Russell has an all star debut, John Cale's debut is considerably less all star and Small Faces become Faces/
Finally, Alice Cooper goes solo, 10cc spend an awful lot of time making pop music, KISS dress to kill your sense of taste, Tangerine Dream hears echoes, Lynyrd Skynyrd shure ain't fancy, John Cale gets rougher, Smokey Robinson rebels against funk by making a quiet storm, Jeff Beck goes jazz, Janis Ian has her biggest hit and Steely Dan continue to annoy your host.
- 55th Anniversary of The Beach Boys Today!
- 55th Anniversary of The Temptations Sing Smokey
- 55th Anniversary of The Great Otis Redding Sings Sould Ballads
- 55th Anniversary of Here Are The Sonics
- 50th Anniversary of Deja Vu by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
- 50th Anniversary of Leon Russell
- 50th Anniversary of Vintage Violence by John Cale
- 50th Anniversary of First Step by Faces
- 45th Anniversary of Welcome to My Nightmare by Alice cooper
- 45th Anniversary of The Original Soundtrack by 10cc
- 45th Anniversary of That's the Way of the World by Earth, Wind & Fire
- 45th Anniversary of Dressed to Kill by KISS
- 45th Anniversary of Rubycon by Tangerine Dream
- 45th Anniversary of Nuthin' Fancy by Lynyrd Skynyrd
- 45th Anniversary of Slow Dazzle by John Cale
- 45th Anniversary of A Quiet Storm by Smokey Robinson
- 45th Anniversary of Blow by Blow by Jeff Beck
- 45th Anniversary of Between the Lines by Janis Ian
- 45th Anniversary of Katy Lied by Steely Dan
For Go Gir Crazy! by the Dictators please see Episode 1.
For Bring It All Back Home by Bob Dylan and Young Americans by David Bowie, please see Episode 2.