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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.

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Walk Away - James Gang I'm Eighteen - Alice Cooper Maggie May - Rod Stewart I Just Want to Celebrate - Rare Earth Jeepster - T. Rex Uncle Albert/Admiral...

I Missed Again - Phil Collins You Better You Bet - The Who The Voice - Moody Blues Freeze Frame - J. Geils Band Tryin' To Live My...

50 Ways to Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon Walk This Way - Aerosmith Lyin' Eyes - Eagles Fame - David Bowie Someone Saved My Life Tonight -...

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:

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The Iran Contra Controversy. The stock market crashed on October 19th of '87 and the movie Wall Street made people more upset…”greed is good.” In 1987 the Lakers beat the Celtics for the NBA crown and today in Laker history, it was announced that Steve Nash would be out for the entire season, which doesn’t even start until next week!

The year that gave us the micro-processor and Nasdaq….along with the memorable quote “Marsha Marsha Marsha!”….it was also the year that Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin joined the 27 club.

Return of the Jedi!!! AOL, the debut of the Mini Van and the McNugget was available for consumption. Lots of great nuggets musically as well on the Sounds 10@10.

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.