1970

C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Jimi Hendrix
Lots of artists have posthumous albums, but do deceased have lots of posthumous albums? Apparently so, because Jimi Hendrix has released ten since his death in 1970. Read more...
C&L's Late Nite Music Club With The Kinks
Having just released "Lola", The Kinks were at the height of their popularity in 1970. However, this tune remains a somewhat overlooked gem off of the same album. Read more...
Video: Forty-three years after the campus shooting at Kent State University in Ohio that left four students dead, shot by US soldiers during an anti-war demonstration, the controversy has not died, and the site has become a listed historic place. A look at how the Kent State shooting impacted the course of the Vietnam war. Read more...
Nights At The Roundtable - Sandy Denny And Fotheringay In Session 1970
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Sandy Denny and Fotheringay, their first and second sessions for the BBC's Top Of The Pops Program in 1970. Read more...
Newstalgia Downbeat - Lurlean Hunter  Live At Jazz Alley - 1970.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring singer Lurlean Hunter live at Jazz Alley, from NET-TV, June 4, 1970. Read more...

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Newstalgia Reference Room - March On Washington - May 9, 1970
Newstalgia Reference Room - March On Washington - May 9, 1970. Protests to the Vietnam War, the violence at Kent and Jackson State, our incursion into Cambodia. Read more...
May 4, 1970 - Kent State.
May 4, 1970 - The National Guard and the killings at Kent State. Read more...
Newstalgia Downbeat - Joe Williams In Concert - 1970
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Jazz-Blues legend Joe Williams, in concert. Broadcast by NET (pre-PBS) on July 5, 1970. We're down to the wire - please donate what you can to keep Newstalgia alive. Read more...
Nights At The Roundtable - Black Sabbath In Session - 1970
Nights at the Roundtable with Proto-Heavy Metal icons Black Sabbath in an early session for the BBC, recorded on April 26, 1970. Read more...
Earth Day 1970
Earth Day 1970 - an exaggeration, but not by much. We still have a ways to go, but I am forever indebted and thankful to the people who have donated so far. My deepest thanks to the readers who have told their friends about Newstalgia. We're Read more...