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05 05 1974 Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Host: Jim Stafford. Paul Williams, Dave Mason and Billy Joel

12 05 1974 Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Jim Stafford .

19 05 1974

26 05 1974

01 06 1974 Jon Lord (Deep Purple), Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath) and Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople) compare notes on their groups' music. Wendy Waldman sings "Vaudeville Man."

02 06 1974 Jamming with Steve Miller, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Danny O'Keefe and Billy Joel. Songs include "The Joker" (Steve), "The Times You've Come" (Jackson) and "Love Me Like a Man" [Bonnie].

08 06 1974 Frank Zappa, record producer Richard Perry and former record company executive Clive Davis offer insights into the music industry.

09 06 1974

15 06 1974

16 06 1974

22 06 1974 reissue of 02 06 1974

23 06 1974 Mike Love of the Beach Boys, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin, jazz flautist Charles Lloyd and Genesis lead singer Peter Gabriel . Highlights include "California Girls" and a clip of a Genesis performance Among the topics: meditation and theatrical rock.

29 06 1974 reissue of 23 06 1974

30 06 1974

06 07 1974 The Pointer Sisters sing "Cloudburst and "Fairy Tale." Joining them is Barry White, who talks about the message for young people he hopes to convey in his music.

07 07 1974 Martin Mull, comic Robert Klein, and Bowzer of Sha-Na-Na . Highlights include a water pistol routine by Klein, and a rendition of "I'm Flexible" by Mull.

13 07 1974 reissue of 07 07 1974

14 07 1974

20 07 1974

21 07 1974

27 07 1974 Martha Reeves sings "Dancin' in the Streets" and Bobby Womack does "If You Don't Want My Love." Herbie Hancock plays a jazz instrumental and explains different kinds of synthesizers he has on hand. Other topics include writing movie scores.

28 07 1974

03 08 1974 Mike Bloomfield,Tony Orlando, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Melissa Manchester . Songs include "Until it's Time for You to Go" (Buffy), "Home to Myself," "Bright Eyes" (Melissa), and "You're a Lady (Tony, Melissa).

04 08 1974

10 08 1974 Leon Russell sings "Tightrope," "Ain't That Peculiar?" "Smashed" and "You Can Count on Me." Joining him in a discussion of his record company is the label's president.

11 08 1974

17 08 1974 Alvin Lee of the rock group Ten Years After performs "A Space in Time," and jams with Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper. They discuss blues music with host Chip Monck.

18 08 1974

24 08 1974

25 08 1974

31 08 1974 Billy Joel, Dave Mason and Paul Williams . They cover such topics as establishing a musical identity, and humor in music. Songs include "Maybe"

01 09 1974

07 09 1974 reissue of 01 06 1974

08 09 1974

14 09 1974 reissue of 12 05 1974

21 09 1974

28 09 1974 reissue of 06 07 1974

05 10 1974 reissue of 07 07 1974

12 10 1974 Rocking with the Rolling Stones in clips from the movie "Ladies and Gentlemen the Rolling Stones."

19 10 1974 reissue of 23 06 1974

26 10 1974 Leon Russell and Mary McCreary perform in taped segments. Songs include "You Can Count on Me," "Tightrope," "Ain't That Peculiar?" "Smashed" (Leon), and "Seasons" (Mary). Also: a discussion of Leon's record company.

02 11 1974 reissue of 17 08 1974

09 11 1974

16 11 1974 reissue of 03 08 1974