• Recorded by American rock group Steely Dan and written by group members Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, “Do It Again” was released as a single from their 1972 debut album “Can’t Buy A Thrill”. The song entered Billboard’s Hot 100 in November of ’72 and peaked in the #6 spot the week ending February 10, 1973. The 45 RPM single version heard here differs from the stereo LP version. With a shorter intro, without an organ solo and mixed to mono, the single was over a minute and a half shorter version more suitable for AM radio in the early 70s. I never owned the LP, but I’m glad to still have the old 45 that you hear on this video.

    In the 70’s

    In 1976 South Africa has television service for the first time; Family Feud premieres on ABC; UK punk group the Sex Pistols cause controversy and outrage by swearing on Today; a Thames Television regional early evening show.

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