Official Music Program
of the 30th Class Reunion
Frankfort Class of 1972

Do you remember these hits?



Disc #1
1971-72 Hits (Senior Year)

01 It's Too Late - Carole King
02 Joy To the World -Three Dog Night
03 Just My Imagination -The Temptations
04 What's Going On - Marvin Gaye
05 Black Magic Woman - Santana
06 Treat Her Like A Lady - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
07 Lonely Days - Bee Gees
08 Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? - Chicago
09 Me and You and A Dog Named Boo - Lobo
10 Chick-A-Boom - Daddy Dewdrop
11 Beginnings - Chicago
12 Proud Mary - Ike and Tina Turner
13 Temptation Eyes - The Grass Roots
14 I Hear You Knockin' - Dave Edmunds
15 I Am . . . I Said - Neil Diamond
16 Have You Ever Seen the Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival
17 Go Away Little Girl - Donny Osmond
18 Spanish Harlem - Aretha Franklin
19 How Can You Mend A Broken Heart - Bee Gees
20 I Just Want To Celebrate - Rare Earth

Disc #2
1971-72 Hits (Senior Year)

01 You've Got A Friend - James Taylor
02 If You Really Loved Me - Stevie Wonder
03 Draggin' the Line - Tommy James & the Shondells
04 Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves - Cher
05 Mercy Mercy Me - Marvin Gaye
06 Theme From Shaft - Issac Hayes
07 Liar - Three Dog Night
08 I've Found Someone of My Own - Free Movement
09 Uncle Albert - Paul & Linda McCartney
10 Maggie May - Rod Stewart
11 Superstar - The Carpenters
12 Have You Seen Her - The Chi-Lites
13 Sweet City Woman - The Stampeders
14 Baby I'm A Want You - Bread
15 Peace Train - Cat Stevens
16 Brand New Key - Melanie
17 An Old Fashioned Love Song - Three Dog Night
18 Let's Stay Together - Al Green
19 American Pie - Don McLean
20 Cherish - David Cassidy

Disc #3
1971-72 Hits (Senior Year)

01 Day After Day - Badfinger
02 You Are Everything - Stylistics
03 Never Been To Spain - Three Dog Night
04 Without You - Nilsson
05 Precious and Few - Climax
06 Hurting Each Other - The Carpenters
07 Joy - Apollo 100
08 Sweet Seasons - Carole King
09 The Lion Sleeps Tonight - Robert John
10 Bang A Gong (Get It On) - T. Rex
11 Heart Of Gold - Neil Young
12 Betcha By Golly, Wow - Stylistics
13 A Horse With No Name - America
14 Puppy Love - Donny Osmond
15 I Gotcha - Joe Tex
16 Rockin' Robin - Michael Jackson
17 A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done - Sonny and Cher
18 Doctor My Eyes - Jackson Browne
19 Oh Girl - The Chi-Lites
20 Morning Has Broken - Cat Stevens

Disc #4

Hit a Year 1959-1970
Up through the grades

01 Mack the Knife 1959 - Bobby Darin
02 Are You Lonesome Tonight 1960 - Elvis Presley
03 Runaway 1961 - Del Shannon
04 Big Girls Don't Cry 1962 - The 4 Seasons
05 Surf City 1963 - Jan & Dean
06 I Want To Hold Your Hand 1964 - The Beatles
07 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 1965 - The Righteous Brothers
08 I'm A Believer 1966 - The Monkees
09 Light My Fire 1967 - The Doors
10 Judy In Disguise 1968 - John Fred & His Playboy Band
11 Crimson and Clover 1969 - Tommy James & the Shondells
12 (They Long To Be) Close To You 1970 - The Carpenters

1970 Hits 
(Sophomore & Junior Years)

13 American Woman - Guess Who
14 Travelin' Band - Creedence Clearwater Revival
15 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond
16 Fire and Rain - James Taylor
17 Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head - B. J. Thomas
18 Gypsy Woman - Brian Hyland
19 Long and Winding Road - The Beatles
20 The Tears Of A Clown - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
21 Vehicle - Ides Of March
22 Venus - Shocking Blue
23 Indiana Wants Me - R. Dean Taylor
24 Rainy Night In Georgia - Brook Benton

The idea of having our own period background music for our 30th class reunion was an inspiration of Stephen Adcock.  Steve is one of the most knowledgeable oldies/rock/classic rock music enthusiasts I've ever talked to.  I picked out the first 79 song titles for our program and made a personal set of 3 cassette tapes from a few CDs, some tape cassettes and some songs from old scratchy vinyl 45 RPM records.  The tapes lacked the digital quality that we now have available to us with digital CDs.  Stephen took this project to the next level and created a 4 CDs personal set from his own collection of this exact 79 songs selection, plus five of his own song picks to round out the program.  We now have an official music program for all future class reunions with quality digital recordings of the songs that where on the radio during our Sophomore, Junior and Senior years; as well as a hit a year from Kindergarten through our Sophomore year.

Listening to this Frankfort Class of 1972 Official Music Program brings back some great memories.  Thanks, Steve Adcock, for your compilation efforts, for your love of music and for your production work in putting together a great music program for all our future class reunions.  I wish you were here in Frankfort, where we could talk music on a regular basis and compare songs and artists.  I think I could also turn you into a jazz and blues listener with a little persuasive effort.  I've added the names of the performing artists to each of the songs in this program to help everyone visiting this page to get the full appreciation for the songs of this period of music for the class of 1972.
 
 

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