The first webradio worldwide playing mainly vinyl records

From the point of view of the young, the 1970s must look like a time in which people had more fun than anybody is permitted to have today. […] They imagine the 1970s as a glorious moment of guiltless hedonism, and they yearn for the strobe lights of the discotheques as nostalgically as Talleyrand yearned for the courtliness of ancien régime France: “Nobody who was born after the Revolution,” the wicked old nobleman once sighed, “will ever know the sweetness of life.”
David Frum, How We Got Here: The 70s The Decade That Brought You Modern Life

The Jackson Five – Billy Joel – Carpenters – Tower Of Power – Carly Simon – Leon Haywood – Tavares – Roberta Flack – The Staple Singers – Ellie Greenwich – The Love Unlimited Orchestra – The Quickest Way Out – The Ritchie Family – Donna Summer – The Four Choice – Paul Parrish – Dee Dee – Van McCoy – The Three Degrees – Donna McGhee – Giorgio Moroder – Procol Harum – Bread – Quincy Jones – Jack Ashford – Chi Coltrane – Eric Mercury – William De Vaughn – Philadelphia Flyers – Telly Savalas – Ron Carter – Isaac Hayes – Diana Ross – The Miracles – Dan Fogelberg – David Sanborn – The Tymes – The Manhattans – The Temptations – Hot Chocolate – Merrilee Rush – Gene Page – Neil Diamond – Lynsey De Paul – Helen Reddy – MFSB – Orleans – Cat Stevens – C.W. McCall – Tony Orland & Dawn – Frankie Valli – The Emotions – David Morris – Patti Dahlstrom – Faith, Hope & Charity – Silver Convention – Brenda & The Tabulations – The Floaters – Kenny Rankin – Ambrosia – Don Downing – Seals & Crofts – Bob James – Tony Wilson – Carpenters – Don McLean – Barry White – Jimmy James And The Vagabonds – KC And The Sunshine Band – Denise La Salle – Al Stewart – Baccara – David Soul – Marc Sadane – Samuel Jonathan Johnson – New York City – Thelma Houston – Jimmy Smith – Kate Bush – Crusaders – Spiders Webb – Larry Young – James Taylor Quartet – Tina Charles – Lalo Schifrin – Grover Washnigton, Jr. – The Johnny Average Band – David Shire – The Funk Brothers – Bill Cosby – Jimmy McGriff – General Johnson – Steely Dan – Eddie Kendricks – England Dan & John Ford Coley – Rose Royce – The Doobie Brothers – Gil Scott-Heron – Sister Sledge – Gordon Lightfoot – Lou Rawls – Patti LaBelle . Chicago – Mike Post – Men Without Hats – Viola Wills – John Denver – La Toya Jackson – Mike Batt – Scott Jarrett – Rod Stewart – The Tee Cee´s – Leo Sayer – Barbara Law – The Gap Band – The Salsoul Orchestra – Ellen Shipley – Sons Of Robin Stone – Sally Oldfield – Candi Staton – Isley Brothers – Jigsaw – Andy Gibb – Labelle – Roy Ayers – Stanley Clarke – The Meters – Tony Orlando & Dawn – Ruby Starr – Vaneese – The Alan Parsons Project – Peter Frampton – Marylin McCoo & Blly Davis, Jr. – …