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In the 1970s Millican and Nesbitt

I bet you are really struggling to remember this pair? The duo was Alan Millican and Tom Nesbitt singing a song that was written by Larry Russell, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper called Vaya Con Dios (May God Be With You) which was originally a hit in 1953, but this version came from the singers winning on the ITV TV series Opportunity Knocks a talent competition for Thames TV with the one and only Hughie Green. I mean that most sincerely. The guys were former miners in Northumberland who made one follow up that just pushed inside the top forty in 1974 called For Old Time’s Sake. Well for old time’s sake I think they should have stopped at the first one and left it alone.

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In the 1970s Sherbbet

Music from 1978 and the Month of March

In the 1970s Thin Lizzy

In The 1970s Drifters

Precious and Few (Retrospect of the 70's) compiled by Zidroh

In the 1970s Tony Christie

In The 1970s Rolling Stones

The Show About...Imported 70's Cheese

In The 1970s R. Dean Taylor

In The 1970s Beach Boys