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10 at 10 is a simple concept. 10 great songs from one great year! And once in a while, Host Andy Chanley goes a little crazy and creates a different theme – with 10 songs with that in common (like “cowbell songs,” for example). Weekdays at 10 AM and 10 PM.

10at10 with Andy Chanley

All My Love - Led Zeppelin It’s All I Can Do - Cars That's All - Genesis All I Need Is A Miracle - Mike + the...

Pretending - Eric Clapton We Didn’t Start the Fire - Billy Joel Runnin' Down a Dream - Tom Petty Tightrope - Stevie Ray Vaughn Rock and A Hard...

1985: The year the talking teddy bear Teddy Ruxpin first hit toy store shelves. On a much less creepy note, there was some fine rock and roll made that year, too. Here are 10 samples:

Gas up the Family Truckster and we’ll take a trip-on-a-tankful. Enjoy 10 songs about So-Cal daytrip destinations on The Sound’s 10 at 10 today.

Long Cool Woman - Hollies Smoke on the Water - Deep Purple Take It Easy - Eagles Melissa - Allman Brothers Band Happy - Rolling Stones Hold Your Head...

1983 was a dad-gum great year for music. I’m sorry for swearing, but I feel it that strongly. Listen for yourself as we play 10 songs from ’83 on today’s 10 at 10.

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The Beatles officially broke up and Janis and Jimi both overdosed. But, rock and roll would begin a revival with such artists as Elton John, ELO and the Doobie Brothers.

Some of the popular TV shows that year were the Odd Couple and Sanford and Son….but some of the best watching was the footage of then President Nixon firing everyone around him as the Watergate investigation starting pointing to the fact that he knew about the incident. George Harrison released one of his most successful solo albums, Living in the Material World.

The Empire Strikes Back and Ronald Reagan was elected President of the United States. That political change made for some great music in 1980.

The Brady Bunch and Sesame Street debuted on TV. The environmental movement had a great push from Cleveland where the Cuyahago River caught on fire…and Led Zeppelin unleashed themselves on the world with their debut album in January of 1969.

1982…featured some memorable movies like E.T., An Officer and a Gentleman, and Poltergeist. Some people were getting “Physical” and some were captivated by “Dirty Laundry.”

It was the year of the Twinkie Defense…also the year that there were 3 Popes…and the year that Genesis became a trio.