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Solid Gold 1980 - 1988

 

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29.  Solid Gold Season 5 Episode 52 15.12.1984 Christmas

30.  Solid Gold Season 5 Episode 54 15.07.1984 Salutes the Songs of Summer

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68.  Solid Gold Season 6 Episode 29 03.05.1986

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Solid Gold '79

Solid Gold '79

 

2/28/80

9.4

Pilot for the series features the same format with a countdown of the top 50 songs of 1979. Hosted by Dionne Warwick and Glen Campbell. Videotaped at NBC on January 5, 1980. Features performances by George Benson, Blondie (Heart of Glass music video), The Commodores (Sail On), Rita Coolidge, Robert John(Sad Eyes), Nicolette Larson(Lotta Love), Maxine Nightingale (Lead Me On), Peaches and Herb (Shake Your Groove Thing), Sister Sledge (We are Family), Amii Stewart (Knock on Wood), John Stewart (Gold), Rod Stewart (Do ya Think I'm Sexy Music Video), Supertramp (Logical Song Music Video), the USC Marching Band (Tusk) and the Village People. Comedy spots by Steve Allen; Marty Cohen; and Tim Reid & Richard Sanders from WKRP in Cinncinati.moreless

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Season 1 Debut co-host Paul Anka

Season 1 Debut co-host Paul Anka

Episode 1

9/13/80

6.1

Dionne Warwick hosts this new music series combining live performances and dance with a weekly co-host. This week's co-host is Paul Anka (It Doesn't matter anymore). Musical guests include Irene Cara(Fame), Larry Graham(One in a Million You), Chuck Berry (Johnny Be Good), Johnny Lee(Lookin' for Love), Linda Ronstadt (How Did I make You-music video) and Mickey Gilley(Stand By Me). Comedy from Steve Allen. Dionne sings "No Night So Long" and a duet with Paul Anka.moreless

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Co-Host Paul Williams

Co-Host Paul Williams

Episode 2

9/20/80

7.4

Dionne welcomes co-host Paul Williams (Love Dance)and musical guests including Rod Stewart (music video), Natalie Cole (Someone that I used to Love), The Spinners (Cupid), Christopher Cross (Sailing), the S.O.S. Band(Take your Time Do it Right), and Hall & Oates (How does it feel to be Back music video). Comedy from Steve Allen. Dionne sings "I'll Never Love this Way again". A duet by Paul & Dionne.moreless

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Co-host Andy Gibb

Co-host Andy Gibb

Episode 3

9/27/80

7.6

Guests include Andy Gibb(Shadow Dancing); Paul Simon (One Trick Pony); Oak Ridge Goys (Heart of Mine); Robert John (Hey There Lonely Girl); Rocky Burnette (Tired of Toein' the Line); Stephanie Mills(Never Knew Love Like this before); Bill Cosby; Coasters(Charlie Brown). Comedy from Marty Cohen. Dionne performs "Deja Vu". Andy Gibb & Dionne Warwick duet on "I just want to be your everything."moreless

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Co Host Glen Campbell

Co Host Glen Campbell

Episode 4

10/4/80

7.9

Performers include the Rolling Stones(Emotional Rescue Music Video), Seals & Crofts (Diamond Girl), Pure Prairie League (I'm Almost ready), Tanya Tucker("Hollywood Smiles"), Larsen-Feiten Band(Who'll be the Fool Tonight), and Amy Holland (How Do I Survive). Comedy from Jay Johnson & Lenny Rush. Dionne sings "The Look of Love."

See 'Recap' for the Solid Gold Top 10.moreless

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Co-host Peaches & Herb

Co-host Peaches & Herb

Episode 5

10/11/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes Chevy Chase, Air Supply ("All Out of Love"), Al Jarreau ("Distracted"), Billy Joel ("It's Still Rock and Roll to Me"), Johnny Paycheck ("Take This Job and Shove It"), co-host Peaches & Herb, Donna Summer, and magician David Copperfield.

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Co-host George Benson

Co-host George Benson

Episode 6

10/18/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes George Benson (Give Me the Night/ Love Times Love), the Rolling Stones (She's So Cold music video), Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. (You Don't have to be a Star), Don Williams (I believe in You), Molly Hatchet (Beatin' the Odds), and the Spinners(Now that You're Mine). Comedy from Gallagher & Marty Cohen.
. Dionne sings "Make It Easy On Yourself."
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co-host Commodores

co-host Commodores

Episode 7

10/25/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host The Commodores(Heroes) and Solid Gold recording acts Pete Townsend(Let my Love Open the Door- music video), Leo Sayer (More than I can Say), John Stewart (Gold), Johnny Rivers, TG Sheppard (Do You Want to go to Heaven), and 707(I could be Good for You). Comedy from Glenn Super. Dionne Warwick sings her 1968 hit "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" See 'Recap' for the Solid Gold Top 10.moreless

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co-host Gladys Knight & the Pips

co-host Gladys Knight & the Pips

Episode 8

11/1/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Gladys Knight. The performers are Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Bourgie, Bourgie"), Tanya Tucker ("Pecos Promenade"), Andy Gibb(Time is Time), Hall and Oates, Eddie Rabbitt, Peter Townshend (probably a video), and comedian Steve Allen. Dionne sings "Midnight Train to Georgia" with Gladys Knight & the pips.

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Co-host Bobby Vinton

Co-host Bobby Vinton

Episode 9

11/8/80

7.5

Narada Michael Walden("The Real Thang"); Debby Boone ;Split Enz("I Got You");Paul Simon ("Late in the Evening") ; Ray, Goodman & Brown ("My Prayer")

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co-host Natalie Cole

co-host Natalie Cole

Episode 10

11/15/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-hostess Natalie Cole("Hold On"). Musical guests include Andy Gibb("Me Without You"), Paul Simon (Late in the Evening), Johnny Lee (One in a Million), Dire Straits (Skate Away), Grace Jones (Breakdown), and Jimmy Hall("I'm Happy that Love has Found you"). Comedy from Gallagher. A solo from Dionne ("Alfie"). A duet by Dionne & Natalie (You've Got A Friend")moreless

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co-host Toni Tennille

co-host Toni Tennille

Episode 11

11/22/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Toni Tennille("This Is Not the First Time"), Air Supply ("Every Woman in the World"), The Babys ("Turn and Walk Away"), Larry Graham ("When We Get Married"), Billy Joel ("Sometimes a Fantasy"), the Manhattan Transfer ("Trickle Trickle"), and Olivia Newton-John & Cliff Richard ("Suddenly").

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co-host Johnny Mathis

co-host Johnny Mathis

Episode 12

11/29/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Johnny Mathis ("Chances Are"), Rocky Burnette ("Fallin' in Love"), Rita Coolidge ("Fool That I Am"), The Dirt Band ("High School Yearbook"), Geraldine Hunt ("Can't Fake the Feeling") and Teena Marie ("I Need Your Lovin'"). Dusty Springfield sings her 1966 hit "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me." Gallagher provides the comedy.moreless

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co-host Bobby Goldsboro

co-host Bobby Goldsboro

Episode 13

12/6/80

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Bobby Goldsboro(Goodbye Marie) and Performers including Kool & the Gang (Celebration); Ronnie Laws (Every Generation);Bellamy Brothers(Lovers Live Longer);Neilsen Pearson Band(If I should Sail); Thin Lizzy (Killer on the Loose);and Willie Nelson & Leon Russell(Heartbreak Hotel).Comedy from Jimmy Aleck. Dionne & Bobby close the show with "Watching Scotty Grow". A solo from Dionne (After You).

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Co-hosts Richard Sanders & Tim Reid

Co-hosts Richard Sanders & Tim Reid

Episode 14

12/13/80

7.0

Performers: Patrice Rushen ("Look Up"), Susan Anton & Fred Knoblock ("Killing Time"), Phil Everly ("Dare To Dream Again"), Leif Garrett ("You Had To Go And Change On Me"), Split Enz ("I Hope I Never"), and Tavares ("Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel"). Comedy from Arsenio Hall. Dionne sings her 1964 hit "Walk On By."moreless

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co-host Neil Sedaka

co-host Neil Sedaka

Episode 15

1/3/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Neil Sedaka ("Laughter in the Rain"), Debby Boone ("You Light Up My Life"), Bette Midler ("My Mother's Eyes"), Peter Allen, Stephen Bishop, The Manhattans, and John Cougar Mellencamp.

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co-host Jim Stafford

co-host Jim Stafford

Episode 16

1/10/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Jim Stafford ("Spiders & Snakes"), Rod Stewart ("Passion"), Billy Burnette, The Commodores, LaToya Jackson, Leo Sayer, and Seals & Crofts.

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co-host Pointer Sisters

co-host Pointer Sisters

Episode 17

1/17/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-hosts The Pointer Sisters ("Could I Be Dreaming"), Billy Burnette, Teri De Sario ("All I Wanna Do"), Richie Havens ("Here Comes The Sun"), Tierra ("Together"), The Vapors ("Turning Japanese"), and Dottie West ("Are You Happy Baby?"). Dionne sings "All The Time" and joins the Pointer Sisters for "Yes We Can Can."

See Recap for the top 10 countdown.moreless

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Co- Host Cliff Richard

Co- Host Cliff Richard

Episode 18

1/24/81

0.0

Dionne & Cliff (A little in Love)welcome Andy Gibb (Time is Time),Rick Nelson(It hasn't happened Yet), The Captain & Tenille(Do that to me One more Time), Viola Mills(If you Could Read my Mind) & Con Funk Shun(Too Tight) and the Bellamy Brothers("Do You Love as good as you look"). Comedy from Jay Johnson. Dionne sings "Have you lost that Loving feeling".moreless

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Guest Host Deborah Harry

Guest Host Deborah Harry

Episode 19

1/31/81

7.0

Guest Host Deborah Harry("The Tide is High")fills in while Dionne is in Las Vegas. Guests include George Burns("Willy Won't you sing a song with me"), Chuck Berry("Maybellene"), Hall & Oates("Kiss on my List"), Linda Clifford("Red Light"), Don Williams("I Believe in You"), and Air Supply("Every Woman in the World"). Comedy from Roger & Roger, and Marty Cohen.moreless

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Solid Gold 80

Solid Gold 80

Episode 20

2/7/81

8.2

A countdown of theTop 20 songs of 1980 is hosted by Dionne Warwick and features performances by Air Supply(All Out of Love), George Benson(Give me the Night); Irene Cara(Fame), Christopher Cross(Sailing); Billy Joel(It's Still Rock N Roll to me- music video); The Pointer sisters(He's So Shy); Eddie Rabbitt(Driving My Life Away video);Cliff Richard (Dreaming); Rolling Stones(Emotional Rescue music video) ; and Paul Simon(Late in the Evening music video). Comedy from Marty Cohen. A solo from Dionne ("No Night So Long").moreless

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co-host Larry Gatlin

co-host Larry Gatlin

Episode 21

2/14/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-hosts Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers ("I've Done Enough Dying Today"), Firefall ("Staying with It"), Rupert Holmes ("Blackjack"), Tina Turner ("Proud Mary"), ABBA, John Cougar Mellencamp, and Ronnie Milsap.

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Co-host Issac Hayes

Co-host Issac Hayes

Episode 22

2/21/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Isaac Hayes ("Don't Let Go"), Gail Davies ("I'll Be There"), Rupert Holmes ("Blackjack"), Donnie Iris ("Ah, Leah"), The O’Jays ("Use ta Be My Girl"), and Phil Seymour ("Precious to Me"). Plus, Willie Tyler & Lester, a ventriloquist act.

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Co-host Dottie West

Co-host Dottie West

Episode 23

2/28/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Dottie West ("Are You Happy Baby?"), Delbert McClinton ("Giving It Up for Your Love"), Fleetwood Mac ("Sara" music video), the Pointer Sisters ("Where Did the Time Go?"), Yarborough And Peoples, Molly Hatchet ("The Rambler"), and the Statler Brothers ("In the Garden"). Dottie West & Dionne Warwick sing "9 to 5."moreless

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co-host Roberta Flack

co-host Roberta Flack

Episode 24

3/7/81

0.0

Dionne Warwick welcomes co-host Roberta Flack ("Killing Me Softly with His Song"), Peabo Bryson ("Love Is a Waiting Game"), Barry Manilow ("I Made It Through the Rain"), Charlie Rich ("Are We Dreamin' the Same Dream?"), Phil Seymour ("Precious to Me"), Ray Stevens ("Take Care of Business") and the Whispers ("It's a Love Thing"). Also appearing: comedian Denny Johnston.moreless

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Co-host Leo Sayer

Co-host Leo Sayer

Episode 25

3/14/81

6.6

Sister Sledge opens the show with "All American Girls". Harry Chapin performs "Remember when the Music". Dionne introduces Wayland Flowers and Madame. Jermaine Jackson sings "You like me Don't You". Leo Sayer performs his latest hit "Living in a Fantasy". A classic from Dionne "What the world needs now". Country Gold from Mickey Gilley "A headache tomorrow or a heartache tonight". Loverboy performs "Turn Me Loose". A duet by Leo and Dionne (You make me feel like Dancing) closes the show. See 'Recap' for the Solid Gold Top 10.moreless

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co-host Smokey Robinson

co-host Smokey Robinson

Episode 26

3/21/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Smokey Robinson ("Bein' with You"), Nicolette Larson ("Ooo-Eee"), Sheena Easton ("Morning Train"), A Taste of Honey ("Sukiyaki"), Dire Straits ("Sultans of Swing"), James Taylor and J.D. Souther ("Her Town Too"), and Jim Stafford ("Cow Patti"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame plus Marty Cohen.

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Guest Host Anne Murray

Guest Host Anne Murray

Episode 27

3/28/81

6.8

Performers include Andrae Crouch; Anne Murray; Andy Gibb; The Who; The Shirelles; Don Williams; and Juice Newton. Comedy from Marty Cohen plus Wayland Flowers & Madame.

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Guest Host Cliff Richard

Guest Host Cliff Richard

Episode 28

4/4/81

7.7

Cliff Richard is the guest host ("Give A Little Bit More" and "A Little in Love"). The other performers include Alabama ("Old Flame"); Badfinger ("Hold On"); Natalie Cole ("This Will Be" 1975 hit); Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Bourgie, Bourgie"); Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio ("A Woman Needs Love"); and Mel Tillis ("Southern Rain").
Comedy from Marty Cohen and Wayland Flowers & Madame.

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co-host Aretha Franklin

co-host Aretha Franklin

Episode 29

4/12/81

7.5

Co-Hostess Aretha Franklin sings "Respect" and introduces Rick Springfield ("Jessie's Girl"), Air Supply ("Lost in Love"), Tierra, Johnny Mathis; Don McLean ("Crying"), and Roseanne Cash ("Seven Year Ache"). Dionne sings the Solid Gold theme both slowly and the usual version heard on the end credits "live". Dionne & Aretha duet on "I Say a little Prayer".moreless

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co-host Helen Reddy

co-host Helen Reddy

Episode 30

4/18/81

0.0

Dionne Warwick welcomes co-host Helen Reddy ("Can't Say Goodbye to You"), Hall & Oates ("Kiss on My List"), Rupert Holmes ("Him"), the Marshall Tucker Band ("This Time I Believe"), Rufus ("Tonight We Love"), T.G. Sheppard ("I Loved 'Em Every One") and Deniece Williams ("What Two Can Do").

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co-host Roger Miller

co-host Roger Miller

Episode 31

4/25/81

7.0

Dionne and co-host Roger Miller welcome Aretha Franklin ("What a Fool Believes"), Franke and the Knockouts ("Sweetheart"), The Rovers ("Wasn't That a Party"), Sister Sledge ("Next Time You'll Know"), and The Spinners ("Long Live Soul Music").

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co-host Bill Cosby

co-host Bill Cosby

Episode 32

5/2/81

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Bill Cosby. Also appearing are Dr. Hook ("That Didn't Hurt Too Bad"), Crystal Gayle ("Too Many Lovers"), Bobby Goldsboro ("Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore"), B.B. King ("The Thrill Is Gone"), and the Manhattan Transfer ("The Boy from New York City"). Also: Concert footage of Paul McCartney in London.moreless

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Classics Show

Classics Show

Episode 33

5/9/81

7.6

Dionne presents a classics show featuring Performers: Deborah Harry of Blondie("Call Me"); Glen Campbell ("Rhinestone Cowboy");The Captain & Tennille ("Do That to Me One More Time");Dr. Hook ("When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman") ;Neil Sedaka ("The Hungry Years"); Chuck Berry ; and the Commodores. A medley duet by Dionne & Lionel Richie. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame; Marty Cohen and Wil Shriner.moreless

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Dionne Classics Show #2

Dionne Classics Show #2

Episode 34

5/16/81

0.0

Dionne presents a classics show featuring Aretha Franklin ("Respect"), Andy Gibb ("Shadow Dancing"), Gladys Knight & the Pips ("I've Got to Use My Imagination"), Johnny Mathis ("Chances Are"), Helen Reddy ("I Am Woman"), The Statler Brothers ("Flowers on the Wall"), and B.J. Thomas ("Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"). A duet by Dionne & Andy Gibb ("I Just want to be your everything"). Dionne sings "Alfie" produced for this episode by musical director Michael Miller.moreless

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co-host Rick Nelson

co-host Rick Nelson

Episode 35

5/23/81

8.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Rick Nelson ("Believe What You Say"), Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"), Sheena Easton ("Morning Train"), Rupert Holmes ("Escape"), Ronnie Milsap ("Am I Losing You?"), John O'Banion ("Love You like I Never Loved Before"), and Styx ("Too Much Time on My Hands").

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co-host Barry White

co-host Barry White

Episode 36

5/30/81

0.0

Dionne and co-host Barry White perform "Never Never Gonna Give You Up." Barry White and his wife Glodean sing "I Want You." Additional performers are Gary US Bonds ("This Little Girl"), Terri Gibbs ("Somebody's Knocking"), Pure Prairie League ("Still Right Here In My Heart"), Nicolette Larson & the Dirt Band ("Make a Little Magic"), Conway Twitty ("Rest your Love on Me"), and Carl Wilson ("Hold Me"). Dionne sings "Reach Out For Me." Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame plus Marty Cohen. See 'Recap' for the Solid Gold Top 10.moreless

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co-host Chuck Mangione

co-host Chuck Mangione

Episode 37

6/6/81

0.0

Chuck Mangione (co-host) performs "Feels So Good."
Performers include Lacy J. Dalton ("Whisper"), Rupert Holmes ("I Don't Need You"), Smokey Robinson ("Being with You"), Split Enz ("Hard Act to Follow"), James Taylor ("Hard Times") and Thin Lizzy ("The Boys Are Back in Town").

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co-host Oak Ridge Boys

co-host Oak Ridge Boys

Episode 38

6/13/81

7.3

Dionne welcomes co-hosts The Oak Ridge Boys ("Elvira"), Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"), Christopher Cross ("Say You'll Be Mine"), Get Wet ("Just So Lonely"), Bill Medley ("Hey, Girl"), Sister Sledge ("We Are Family"), and Bill Withers ("Just the Two of Us").

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co-host Billy Preston

co-host Billy Preston

Episode 39

7/4/81

0.0

Performers include co-host Billy Preston ("Nothing from Nothing"); A Taste of Honey ("Sukiyaki"); Dave & Sugar ("Fool by Your Side"); Juice Newton ("Queen of Hearts"); Don McLean ("Since I Don't Have You"); REO Speedwagon ("Don't Let Him Go"); and Lee Ritenour ("Is It You?").

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co-host Jose Feliciano

co-host Jose Feliciano

Episode 40

7/11/81

0.0

Performers include co-host Jose Feliciano ("Chico and the Man" theme); Air Supply ("The One That You Love"); The Greg Kihn Band ("The Break Up Song"); Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty with the Heartbreakers ("Stop Draggin' My Heart Around"); Leo Sayer ("Where Did We Go Wrong?"); Rick Springfield ("Jessie's Girl"); and Hank Williams Jr. ("Dixie on My Mind").moreless

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Dionne Classics Show #3

Dionne Classics Show #3

Episode 41

7/18/81

8.1

A classics show features Stephanie Mills ("Winner"), Stanley Clarke and George Duke ("Sweet Baby"), Hall & Oates ("You Make My Dreams"), Jim Photoglo ("Fool in Love with You"), Billy Preston ("A Change Is Going to Come"), Cliff Richard ("Devil Woman"), Dottie West ("Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word"), and Jose Feliciano.moreless

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co-host Gladys Knight and the Pips

co-host Gladys Knight and the Pips

Episode 42

7/25/81

0.0

Performers include Gladys Knight and the Pips (co-hosts, "Love Was Made for Two"); Anne Murray ("Blessed Are the Believers"); Joe Dolce ("Shaddup You Face"); Gary US Bonds ("This Little Girl"); Firefall ("You Are the Woman"); Rick Springfield ("I've Done Everything for You"); and Robbie Dupree ("Brooklyn Girls").

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Co-host Harry Chapin

Co-host Harry Chapin

Episode 43

8/1/81

0.0

Performers include co-host Harry Chapin ("Circle"), The Manhattan Transfer ("Boy from New York City"), Delbert McClinton ("Shotgun Rider"), Charlie Rich ("You Made It Beautiful"), Johnny Rivers ("Memphis"), Carole Bayer Sager ("Stronger than Before"), Santana ("Winning"), and Holly Stanton ("Just a Little"). Dionne sings "Windows of the World".

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Dionne & Mickey Gilley

Dionne & Mickey Gilley

Episode 44

8/8/81

0.0

Performers include co-host Mickey Gilley ("You Don't Know Me"); Razzy Bailey ("Midnight Hauler"); Robbie Dupree ("Saturday Night"); and The Oak Ridge Boys ("Elvira"). Stephen Bishop performs his 1977 hit "On and On". Dionne sings "Don't Make me Over".

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Classics Show

Classics Show

Episode 45

8/15/81

0.0

This compilation show (of clips from past episodes) features Peter Allen singing "I Go to Rio". Other performers include Chuck Berry ("Maybellene"), Debby Boone ("You Light Up My Life"), Smokey Robinson, Natalie Cole, Tina Turner("Proud Mary")and Rick Nelson ("Garden Party"). Comedy by Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Guest Host Debbie Harry

Guest Host Debbie Harry

Episode 46

8/22/80

7.9

Debbie Harry (of Blondie) fills in while Dionne is performing in Las Vegas. Debbie sings "The Tide Is High" and introduces the video for Blondie's "Rapture." Ms. Harry also appears in a comedy bit with regular Marty Cohen. The other performers are Air Supply ("Every Woman In The World"), Chuck Berry ("Maybelline"), George Burns ("Willie, Won't You Sing a Song With Me?"), Linda Clifford ("Red Light"), Hall and Oates ("Kiss On My List"), Delbert McClinton, and Don Williams ("I Believe In You"). Also appearing: Roger and Roger.moreless

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Country Gold

Country Gold

Episode 47

8/29/81

6.8

Dionne welcomes performers of Country Gold including Mickey Gilley, Charlie Rich, Jim Stafford, Anne Murray, Glen Campbell & Tanya Tucker, Johnny Lee, Roger Miller, Johnny Paycheck, and Larry Gatlin. Johnny Paycheck performs "Take this job and Shove It". Jim Stafford Classic Country Gold "Spiders and Snakes". Anne Murray with "Could I have this Dance". Roger Miller performs "Dang Me". Glen Campbell & Tanya Tucker duet on "Dream Lover". Charlie Rich with "Behind Closed Doors". Larry Gatlin performs "All the Gold in California."more

Season 2 Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 1

Season 2 Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 1

Episode 1

9/12/81

8.5

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo take over as hosts of the show. Performers include Special Guest star Olivia Newton-John("Physical"), plus Sister Sledge ("He's Just a Runaway"), Ronnie Milsap ("There's No Getting over Me"), Mickey Gilley, Air Supply ("Here I Am (Just When I Thought I Was Over You)"), Gladys Knight and the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"), Robbie Patton, and the comedy of Mack and Jamie. An interview with Lionel Richie. Marilyn performs the #4 song "Slow Hand." Olivia and Andy duet with "Rest Your Love on Me".moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 2

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 2

Episode 2

9/19/81

0.0

Performers include Mickey Gilley ("You Don't Know Me"), Robbie Patton ("Don't Give It Up"), Peaches & Herb ("Freeway"), Poco ("Widowmaker"), and Gary Wright ("Really Wanna Know You"), Kim Carnes, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Rod Stewart.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 3

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 3

Episode 3

9/26/81

9.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome Special Guest star Crystal Gayle ("The Woman in Me"), Adam & the Ants ("Stand & Deliver"), David Gates ("The Goodbye Girl"), Tim Goodman ("New Romeo"), Rick James ("Super Freak"), Billy Joel ("Say Goodbye to Hollywood"), Eddie Rabbitt (interview), and Ronnie McDowell. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame, and Mack & Jamie. Marilyn sings the #8 song ("For your Eyes Only").moreless

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Andy Gibb & co-host Marilyn McCoo Show 4

Andy Gibb & co-host Marilyn McCoo Show 4

Episode 4

10/3/81

0.0

Performers include Victoria Principal ("All I Have To Do Is Dream" duet with Andy Gibb), The Afternoon Delights ("General HospiTale"), Chuck Berry ("Roll Over Beethoven"), NOVO Combo ("Up Periscope"), Poco ("Widowmaker"), Charley Pride ("Never Been So Loved in All My Life"), The Rolling Stones ("Start Me Up" music video), and Stacey Lattisaw. Comedy from Mack & Jamie plus Marty Cohen.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 5

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 5

Episode 5

10/10/81

7.8

Performers include special guest Cliff Richard ("Wired for Sound"); Billy Idol ("Mony Mony"); Eddie Rabbitt ("Step by Step"); Kool & the Gang; Albert Hammond; Little River Band ("The Night Owls"); and Johnny Lee. An interview with Anne Murray. Comedy from Mack and Jamie plus Wayland Flowers and Madame. Cliff & Marilyn sing "Dreamin" to close the show.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 6

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 6

Episode 6

10/17/81

7.0

Performers include Aretha Franklin and George Benson ("Love All The Hurt Away"); Rita Coolidge ("The Closer You Get"); David Lindley ("Mercury Blues"); The Allman Brothers Band; and James Ingram. Rita Coolidge sings her 1978 hit "The Way You Do the Things You Do." Additional song: "Wedding Bell Blues." Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame plus Marty Cohen.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 7

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 7

Episode 7

10/24/81

8.1

Performers include A Taste of Honey ("Boogie Oogie Oogie"); Rick Springfield ("I've Done Everything for You"); Nicolette Larson("Fool Me Again"); Conway Twitty; Balance; Carl Carlton ("She's a Bad Mama Jama"); and Freddy Cannon & the Belmonts.
Andy does a solo of the Dan Fogelberg song "Hard to Say." Freddy Cannon joins Andy & Marilyn for a medley of Cannon's hits.
Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame, plus Marty Cohen.
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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 8

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 8

Episode 8

10/31/81

7.7

Performers include special guest Anne Murray ("Could I Have This Dance?"); Air Supply ("Here I Am"); Pat Benatar ("Promises in the Dark"); The Four Tops ("When She Was My Girl"); Don McLean ("Castles in the Air"); Stevie Woods ("Steal the Night"); Danny & the Juniors ("At the Hop"); and the Greg Kihn Band ("The Girl Most Likely").
Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame, plus Marty Cohen. Marilyn has a solo with "Who's Cryin Now".moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 9

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 9

Episode 9

11/7/81

7.6

Performers include Burton Cummings ("You Saved My Soul"); Sheena Easton ("For Your Eyes Only" & "Morning Train"); Journey ("Who's Cryin' Now?"); Olivia Newton-John ("Physical"); and Jerry Reed ("Patches"). Comedy from Marty Cohen, plus Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 10 Classics

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 10 Classics

Episode 10

11/14/81

7.8

Performers include Crystal Gayle ("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"); Rod Stewart ("Passion"); Debbie Harry ("Call Me"); The Little River Band ("Lonesome Loser"); The Spinners ("Working My Way Back to You"); Sister Sledge; Billy Preston ("Nothing from Nothing"); and Lulu. Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame and Marty Cohen. A countdown of hits from 1973.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 11 Classics

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 11 Classics

Episode 11

11/21/81

8.1

This episode spotlights hits from past years: Peaches & Herb open the show with their 1979 single "Shake Your Groove Thing." The Pointer Sisters perform "He's So Shy," their 1980 hit. Robbie Dupree does his 1980 recording "Hot Rod Hearts." Johnny Mathis sings "Chances Are," his #1 classic from 1957. Rick Nelson performs his 1958 record "Believe What You Say." Marilyn McCoo sings "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In," which she originally recorded with the 5th Dimension. The Commodores perform their 1977 hit "Easy." Rita Coolidge sings her 1977 hit"(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher." Rupert Holmes performs his 1979 single "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)." Also, the Solid Gold Dancers present classic hits from 1969.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 12

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 12

Episode 12

11/28/81

7.8

Performers include Chris Christian ("I Want You, I Need You"), Natalie Cole ("These Eyes" and "Nothin' But a Fool"), Hall & Oates ("Private Eyes"), Iron City Houserockers ("Friday Night"), Fred Knoblock ("Memphis"), John Schneider ("Them Good Ol' Boys Are Bad") and The Spinners ("You Go Your Way, I'll Go Mine"). Marilyn performs the #5 song "The Night Owls".moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 13

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 13

Episode 13

12/5/81

7.6

Performers include Joey Scarbury ("Believe It or Not"), The Bee Gees ("Living Eyes"), Paul Williams("Evergreen"), Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"), and Curtis Mayfield and The Los Angeles Dodgers' Big Blue Wrecking Crew ("We Are the Champions"). Andy performs "Trying to Live my life without You" 1. Air Supply: Here I Am 2. Olivia Newton-John: Physical 3. Commodores: Oh No 4. Foreigner: Waiting for a Girl Like You 5. Police: Every Little Thing She Does is Magic 6. Journey: Don't Stop Believin' 7. Bob Seger: Trying to Live My Life Without You (performed by Andy) 8. Rod Stewart: Young Turks 9. Barry Manilow: The Old Songs 10. Genesis: No Reply at Allmoreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 14

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 14

Episode 14

12/12/81

0.0

Melba Moore opens the show with "Take My Love." Gladys Knight and the Pips perform "I Will Fight." The #8 Song is Rod Stewart's "Young Turks" (music video). The Canadian band Chilliwack performs their hit "My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone)." Country duo The Bellamy Brothers do "You're My Favorite Star." Marilyn McCoo covers the Commodores' song "Oh No." Rex Smith sings "Remember The Love Songs." Punk rockers Wendy O'Williams and The Plasmatics perform "Black Leather Monster." Following the song, Wendy O'Williams talks with Madame (the puppet). Gladys Knight & Andy Gibb sing "Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me." See 'Recap' for Solid Gold's Top 10.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Christmas Show

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Christmas Show

Episode 15

12/19/81

7.6

Andy & Marilyn welcome Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), John Schneider ("Katey's Christmas Card"), Loverboy ("Working for the Weekend"), Peaches & Herb ("Bluer than Blue"), and Paul Williams ("Making Believe"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. Marilyn and Andy conclude the show with a duet of "Why do Fools Fall in Love".moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 16

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 16

Episode 16

1/9/82

7.9

Andy & Marilyn welcome Dottie West ("It's High Time"); Earth Wind and Fire ("Let's Groove"); Quarterflash ("Harden My Heart"); Bob Welch ("Two to Do"); and Marie Osmond ("I've Got a Bad Case of You"). A duet by Andy & Marie Osmond (Just Once). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 17

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 17

Episode 17

1/16/82

8.1

The Go-Go's open the show with the week's #10 song "Our Lips are Sealed". Billy Joel performs "She's Got a Way". Neil Sedaka with "What have they done to My town". Steve Wariner performs "All Roads Lead to You". Jose Feliciano with "I Wanna Be Where You Are". Andy Gibb with the #5 song "Coming in and Out of Your Life". Roberta Flack's Solid Gold Classic "Feel Like Making Love". Del Shannon's Pick Hit "Sea of Love". Madame chats with the dancers and Neil Sedaka for Rolling Stuff magazine. A duet by Neil & Marilyn "The Hungry Years".

Comedy by Marty Cohen. See 'Recap' for Solid Gold's Top 10.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 18

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 18

Episode 18

1/23/82

7.8

Andy & Marilyn welcome Hall & Oates ("I Can't Go for That"), Lou Rawls ("You'll Never Find Another Love like Mine"), Jermaine Jackson ("I'm Just Too Shy"), Conway Twitty ("Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night"), The Time ("Cool"), and David Gates. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 19

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 19

Episode 19

1/30/82

0.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome KISS ("I" and "A World Without Heroes"), The Four Tops ("When She Was My Girl"), Ronnie Laws ("There's a Way"), Olivia Newton-John ("Make a Move on Me"), Alicia Bridges ("I Love the Nightlife") and Eddie Rabbitt ("Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight").

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 20

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 20

Episode 20

2/7/82

8.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome Rick Springfield ("Love Is Alright Tonite"), Devo ("Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth"), The Little River Band ("Take It Easy on Me"), Kool and the Gang ("Steppin' Out"), and Mickey Gilley ("Lonely Nights"). George Carlin does a comedy routine titled "A Place for My Stuff." Regulars include Marty Cohen and Wayland Flowers & Madame. Marilyn peforms a solo ("I Can't Go for That").moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 21

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 21

Episode 21

2/14/82

0.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome Grammy winners Debby Boone ("You Light Up My Life"), Christopher Cross ("Sailing"), Jose Feliciano ("Light My Fire"), Crystal Gayle ("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?"), Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive"), and Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia").

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 22

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 22

Episode 22

2/20/82

7.7

Andy & Marilyn welcome Sheena Easton ("You Could Have Been with Me"); Hall & Oates ("You've Lost That Lovin Feelin"); the Rolling Stones ("Waiting on a Friend" music video); James Brown ("I Got You, I Feel Good"); Go-Go's("We Got the Beat"); Madleen Kane ("You Can"); and Crystal Gayle ("You Never Gave Up on Me").
A duet by Andy & Marilyn ("Through the Years").
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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 23

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 23

Episode 23

2/27/82

0.0

Performers include Air Supply ("Sweet Dreams"); George Benson ("Turn Your Love Around"); Aretha Franklin ("Hold On I'm Comin'"); Quarterflash ("Find Another Fool"); and Dottie West.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 24

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 24

Episode 24

3/6/82

7.6

Andy and Marilyn welcome Tommy Tutone ("867-5309/Jenny"), Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"), Rick Springfield ("Love Is Alright Tonite"), Irene Cara ("Anyone Can See"), The Henry Paul Band ("Keeping Our Love Alive"), and Patti Austin. Mel Carter performs his 1965 classic "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me." Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. A countdown of the week's top 10 hits.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 25

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 25

Episode 25

3/13/82

7.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome the All Sports Band ("Jet Set"), Chubby Checker ("Running"), Judy Collins ("It's Gonna Be One of Those Nights"), David Frizzell & Shelly West ("Another Honky-Tonk Night on Broadway"), James Ingram ("One Hundred Ways"), and Skyy ("Call Me"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. An appearance by Rich Little. A solo by Marilyn "Wedding Bell Blues".moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 26

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 26

Episode 26

3/20/82

0.0

Andy & Marilyn welcome Sheena Easton ("Modern Girl" & "A Little Tenderness"); Rick James ("Ghetto Life"); and Buckner & Garcia ("Pac-Man Fever"). Mary MacGregor performs her 1977 #1 hit "Torn Between Two Lovers." Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 27

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 27

Episode 27

3/27/82

7.5

Andy & Marilyn welcome The Allman Brothers Band ("Two Rights"); Lacy J. Dalton ("Wild Turkey"); Bertie Higgins ("Key Largo"); Thelma Houston ("If You Feel It"); Bonnie Raitt ("Keep This Heart in Mind"); and Stevie Woods ("Just Can't Win 'Em All"). A duet by Marilyn and Thelma Houston ("Don't leave me this way"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. Plus, an appearance by Rich Little.

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Marilyn McCoo & Lou Rawls

Marilyn McCoo & Lou Rawls

Episode 28

4/3/82

0.0

Marilyn and co-host Lou Rawls ("Lady Love") welcome Sister Sledge ("We Are Family" and "My Guy"); Cliff Richard ("Daddy's Home"); Ed Bruce ("You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had"); Bill Champlin ("Take It Uptown"); Prism ("Don't Let Him Know"); and Bobby Womack ("If You Think You're Lonely Now"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. A duet by Marilyn & Lou Rawls.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Jerry Reed

Marilyn McCoo & Jerry Reed

Episode 29

4/10/82

0.0

Marilyn welcomes co-host Jerry Reed ("The Man with the Golden Thumb"); Rick Springfield ("Don't Talk to Strangers"); the Go-Go's ("We Got the Beat"); The Charlie Daniels Band ("Still in Saigon"); Ray Parker Jr. ("The Other Woman"); and Deniece Williams ("It's Gonna Take a Miracle"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. A duet by Marilyn and Jerry Reed.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 30

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 30

Episode 30

5/1/82

8.0

Performers include Dr. Hook ("Baby Makes her Blue Jeans Talk"); Melissa Manchester ("You Should Hear How She Talks about You"); Air Supply ("Sweet Dreams"); The Bellamy Brothers; Huey Lewis & the News("Do you Believe in Love"); Olivia Newton-John("Make a Move on Me"); and Eddie Rabbitt.
Andy Gibb sings his 1978 hit "Shadow Dancing."
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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 31 Classics

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 31 Classics

Episode 31

5/8/82

0.0

Performers include Cliff Richard ("Dreaming" 1980); Kool & the Gang ("Ladies' Night"); Judy Collins ("Send In the Clowns"); Glen Campbell("Rhinestone Cowboy"); Poco; Rex Smith; and Paul Williams.

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Marilyn McCoo & Leo Sayer Show 32

Marilyn McCoo & Leo Sayer Show 32

Episode 32

5/15/82

8.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Leo Sayer ("Have You Ever Been In Love"); Jay Ferguson ("Tonite (Fallin' For Ya)"); Greg Guidry ("Going Down"); James Ingram ("One Hundred Ways"); Quarterflash ("Find Another Fool"); and Rick Springfield ("Don't Talk to Strangers"). Roger Miller performs his 1965 hit "England Swings." Leo Sayer and Marilyn McCoo sing a medley of "When I Need You"/"More Than I Can Say." A Solid Gold video by The Rolling Stones ("Hang Fire"). Comedy by Wayland Flowers & Madam, plus Marty Cohen.moreless

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 33 Classics

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 33 Classics

Episode 33

5/22/82

0.0

Classics are performed by The Allman Brothers Band, Chuck Berry, Harry Chapin, Dr. Hook, Leo Sayer, Neil Sedaka, The Four Tops ("I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)"), and Olivia Newton-John ("Rest Your Love On Me").

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Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 34

Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 34

Episode 34

5/29/82

7.4

Performers include The Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" and "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration"); The Human League; Sheena Easton; Conway Twitty; Charlene("I've Never Been To Me"); and comedian-impressionist Fred Travalena. A music video by Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder ("Ebony and Ivory").

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Marilyn McCoo & Scott Baio

Marilyn McCoo & Scott Baio

Episode 35

6/5/82

0.0

Marilyn welcomes co-host Scott Baio ("Wanted for Love"), Alabama ("Mountain Music"), Stevie Nicks ("Edge of Seventeen"), War ("You Got The Power"), John Cougar Mellencamp, Peter Noone, and Jean-Luc Ponty. Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo & Charlie Daniels

Marilyn McCoo & Charlie Daniels

Episode 36

6/12/82

0.0

Marilyn & Charlie welcome Paul Davis ("'65 Love Affair"), Ashford & Simpson ("Street Corner"), The Motels ("Only The Lonely"), Quarterflash ("Right Kind Of Love"), Elton John, and Calamity Jane. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo & Glenn Shorrock

Marilyn McCoo & Glenn Shorrock

Episode 37

6/19/82

7.8

Glen Shorrock, the co-host of this week's episode was the former lead singer of the Little River Band (LRB). Other performers include Karla Bonoff ("Personally"), Larry Graham ("Don't Stop When You're Hot"), Haircut One Hundred ("Love Plus One"), Hall & Oates ("Did It in a Minute"), T.G. Sheppard ("Finally"), and Joe Cocker. A duet by Glenn & Marilyn of "Reminiscing" and "Take it Easy on Me".
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Marilyn McCoo & Shaun Cassidy

Marilyn McCoo & Shaun Cassidy

Episode 38

6/26/82

7.7

Marilyn & Shaun welcome Kool & the Gang ("Get Down On It"); Bonnie Raitt; Moon Zappa ("Valley Girl"); Franke and the Knockouts ("Without You"); Charley Pride; Bobby Womack; and Gary Shandling. Shaun Cassidy performs his 1977 hit "That's Rock 'N' Roll," and sings a duet with Marilyn McCoo ("Always on My Mind"). Comedy from Marty Cohen plus Wayland Flowers & Madame.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith

Episode 39

7/3/82

7.8

Marilyn & Rex welcome The Gap Band ("Early In the Morning"), The Osmonds ("I Think About Your Lovin'"), Ray Parker Jr. ("The Other Woman"), Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (medley of hits), Martin Mull ("Talk Dirty To Me"), and The Waitresses ("I Know What Boys Like"). Rex sings "Forever" and joins Marilyn McCoo for a cover of Carl Carlton's "Everlasting Love."moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Chuck Mangione

Marilyn McCoo & Chuck Mangione

Episode 40

7/10/82

0.0

Marilyn & Chuck welcome performers Cher ("I Paralyze"); The Rolling Stones ("Goin' to a Go-Go" music video); Stephanie Mills ("Last Night"); Lacy J. Dalton ("Slow Down"); The T-Birds w/ Adrian Zmed (song from the Grease 2 soundtrack); and Rose Royce ("Still In Love"). Marilyn & Chuck perform the duet "Chase the Clouds Away". Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. Marilyn performs "Any Day now".moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Mel Tillis

Marilyn McCoo & Mel Tillis

Episode 41

7/17/82

7.6

Marilyn welcomes co-host Mel Tillis ("The One That Got Away") and performers including Melissa Manchester ("You Should Hear How She Talks About You"); Scott Baio ("What Was in That Kiss"); Greg Kihn Band ("Happy Man"); Missing Persons ("Words"); Kathy Sledge & David Simmons ("All the Man I Need"); and Bertie Higgins ("Just Another Day in Paradise"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame & Marty Cohen.A duet from Mel & Marilyn closes the show.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Episode 42

7/24/82

8.5

Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Cliff Richard (co-host); Sheena Easton ("Savoir Faire"); Aretha Franklin ("Jump to It"); John Cougar Mellencamp ("Hurts So Good"); The Motels ("Only the Lonely"); Soft Cell ("Tainted Love"); Nicolette Larson(I Only Want to be with You); and Eddie Money. A duet by Marilyn and Cliff Richard ("Suddenly").

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Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Episode 43

7/31/82

7.5

Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Cliff Richard ("Where Do We Go From Here"); Karla Bonoff ("Personally"); The Dazz Band ("Let It Whip"); Christopher Atkins; and Laura Branigan("Gloria"). A duet by Cliff & Marilyn("We Don't talk Anymore"). Player performs their 1977 hit "Baby Come Back" and "If Looks Could Kill".

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Marilyn McCoo &; Peter Noone

Marilyn McCoo &; Peter Noone

Episode 44

8/7/82

0.0

Guests include co-host Peter Noone ("Give Me Just a Little More Time"), Lisa Hartman ("Hidin' From Love"), Patrice Rushen ("Forget Me Nots"), Randy Crawford, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Billy Davis Jr., and Leo Sayer. Comedy with Marty Cohen. A duet from Marilyn & Peter Noone("A Kind of Hush").

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Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Country Gold

Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Country Gold

Episode 45

8/28/82

6.0

A tribute to country music with performances by Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"); Terri Gibbs ("Somebody's Knockin'"); Roger Miller ("King of the Road"); Ronnie Milsap ("Smokey Mountain Rain"); The Oak Ridge Boys ("Elvira"); The Bellamy Brothers(Let your Love Flow); Rosanne Cash; Bobby Goldsboro; and Jerry Reed.

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Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Classics

Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Classics

Episode 46

9/4/82

7.5

Performers include Air Supply ("All Out of Love"); The Dirt Band with Nicolette Larson ("Make a Little Magic"); Gladys Knight & the Pips ("I've Got to Use My Imagination"); Chuck Mangione ("Feels So Good"); Rick Nelson ("It's Late"); Juice Newton ("Angel of the Morning"); and James Brown("Papa's Got a Brand New Bag"). A Countdown of the Grammy Pop Female Vocal performance winner from 1972-1981.
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Solid Gold Countdown 81

Solid Gold Countdown 81

Episode 53

2/15/82

9.0

A countdown of the top 40 songs of 1981 hosted by Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo.
Performers include Air Supply ("The One That You Love"); Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"); Sheena Easton("Morning Train 9 to 5"); Hall & Oates ("You Make My Dreams" and "Kiss on My List"); Debbie Harry ("The Tide is High"); Kool & the Gang ("Celebration"); Olivia Newton-John ("Physical"); Little River Band ; Juice Newton ; Eddie Rabbitt ; Rolling Stones; Joey Scarbury("Believe it or Not"); Rick Springfield ; James Taylor and JD Souther("Her Town Too"); and Smokey Robinson ("Being With You").
Comedy from Marty Cohen plus Wayland Flowers and Madame.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 1

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 1

Episode 1

9/11/82

7.5

Marilyn & Rex welcome John Cougar Mellencamp ("Jack & Diane"); Rick James ("Hard To Get"); Barry Manilow ("Even Now" & interview); Rosanne Cash; Huey Lewis & the News; Ronnie Milsap; Wayland Flowers and Madame; and comedian Jeff Altman. A duet from Rex and Marilyn("You Should Hear How She Talks about You").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 2

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 2

Episode 2

9/18/82

0.0

Marilyn & Rex welcome America ("You Can Do Magic"); Josie Cotton ("He Could Be The One"); Quarterflash ("Night Shift"); the Bellamy Brothers; Men at Work; and Larry Graham. Aretha Franklin performs her 1972 record "Day Dreaming."

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 3

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 3

Episode 3

9/25/82

0.0

Marilyn and Rex welcome John Schneider ("In the Driver's Seat"); Jermaine Jackson ("Let Me Tickle Your Fancy"); Charlie Daniels Band ("Ain't No Ramblers Anymore"); Melissa Manchester ("You Should Hear How She Talks About You"); Rose Royce; and Billy Idol. Jennifer Warnes & Joe Cocker perform their duet "Up Where We Belong."moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 4

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 4

Episode 4

10/2/82

7.7

Marilyn & Rex welcome Karla Bonoff ("Please Be the One"), Randy Meisner ("Never Been in Love"), Eddie Money ("I Think I'm in Love"), Marie Osmond ("Back to Believing Again"), The Temptations ("I Can't Get Next To You"), John Waite ("Change"), and Dottie West.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 5

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 5

Episode 5

10/9/82

0.0

Marilyn & Rex welcome Air Supply ("Young Love"), Toni Basil ("Mickey"), Stephen Bishop ("If Love Takes You Away"), Elton John ("Blue Eyes" music video), Tane Cain ("Holding On"), Rose Royce, and Michael Murphey. A duet by Marilyn & Stephen Bishop (On & On plus Save it for a Rainy Day).

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 6

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 6

Episode 6

10/16/82

0.0

Performers include Laura Branigan ("Gloria"), Sylvia, Steel Breeze ("You Don't Want Me Anymore"), Lionel Richie ("Truly"), ABC ("The Look of Love"), Lee Majors ("The Ballad of the Unknown Stuntman"), and Juice Newton ("Break It to Me Gently").Marilyn & Rex sing "Don't Fight it".

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 7

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 7

Episode 7

10/23/82

0.0

Performers include KC ("You Said You'd Gimme Some More"); America ("You Can Do Magic"); The Stray Cats ("Rock This Town"); Tanya Tucker ("Cry"); The Four Tops; and The Motels. Burton Cummings, formerly of the Guess Who, performs "American Woman."

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 8

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 8

Episode 8

10/30/82

7.5

Marilyn and Rex welcome Billy Preston ("Don't Try to Fight It"); Sheena Easton ("Machinery"); REO Speedwagon ("Sweet Time"); Tammy Wynette ("You Still Get to Me in My Dreams"); Devo; Tavares; and Men at Work("Who Can it be Now"). Billy Preston and Marilyn McCoo duet on "Nothing From Nothing."

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 9

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 9

Episode 9

11/6/82

0.0

Marilyn and Rex welcome performers Aretha Franklin ("Jump to It"); Evelyn 'Champagne' King ("Love Come Down"); Ronnie Milsap ("He Got You"); Cliff Richard ; Michael McDonald; and Janet Jackson("Young Love").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Classics

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Classics

Episode 10

11/13/82

8.0

A Solid Gold Classics show featuring The Commodores ("Easy"), Sheena Easton ("Morning Train"), Hall & Oates ("Kiss on My List"), Evelyn King ("Shame"), Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons ("My Eyes Adored You"), Rick Nelson ("Travelin' Man"), Joe Cocker("With a Little Help from My Friends"), and Conway Twitty("It's Only Make Believe").
This episode, despite being a special show, features the regular weekly Countdown. Also includes a plug by Rex for the Upcoming Solid Gold Christmas.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 11

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 11

Episode 11

11/20/82

0.0

Performers include Air Supply ("Even the Nights Are Better"); Laura Branigan ("Gloria"); Kim Carnes ("Voyeur"); Jerry Reed ("The Bird"); Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes; Sheena Easton; and Rick James.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 12 Classics

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 12 Classics

Episode 12

11/27/82

8.1

A Solid Gold Classics show featuring performances by America ("Tin Man"), Judy Collins ("Both Sides Now"), The Charlie Daniels Band ("In America"), Barry Manilow ("Copacabana"), Eddie Money ("Two Tickets to Paradise"), Orleans ("Still the One"), the Righteous Brothers, and War. Also, a duet by Rex & Marilyn. This special show features the regular weekly countdown.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 13

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 13

Episode 13

12/4/82

7.6

Performers include Roberta Flack ("In The Name Of Love"), Joe Jackson ("Steppin' Out"), Bill Medley ("Right Here and Now"), Men at Work ("Down Under"), The Motels ("Forever Mine"), Scandal featuring Patty Smyth ("Goodbye to You"), and Earl Thomas Conley. A Solid Gold Spotlight on Rick Springfield " I Get Excited". Marilyn sings "Truly".moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 14

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 14

Episode 14

12/11/82

7.5

Performers include The Gap Band ("You Dropped A Bomb On Me"); Paul Carrack and Noise to Go ("I Need You"); Chilliwack ("Whatcha Gonna Do (When I'm Gone)"); Lionel Richie ("Truly"); Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle ("You & I"); and the Osmond Brothers. Paul Davis performs his 1977 hit "I Go Crazy." Rex sings the #5 Song "Love me Tomorrow".moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 15

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 15

Episode 15

12/18/82

7.6

Guests include the Go-Go's ("Get Up and Go" & "This Old Feeling"); Donna Summer ("State of Independence"); The Stray Cats ("Rock This Town"); Mickey Gilley; James Ingram & Patti Austin; and Kim Carnes. A solo from Marilyn("Muscles"). Rex Smith sings a duet with Mickey Gilley. A Solid Gold spotlight features "Heart Attack".moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 16

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 16

Episode 16

1/8/83

7.0

Performers include America ("Right Before Your Eyes"); Mac Davis ("Lying Here Lying"); Missing Persons ("Destination Unknown"); Rocky Burnette("Heartstopper"); Jeffrey Osborne("On the Wings Of Love"); Neil Diamond and Toni Basil("Mickey").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 17

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 17

Episode 17

1/15/83

0.0

Performers include Skyy ("Movin' Violation"); Air Supply ("Now and Forever"); John Cougar Mellencamp ("Hand to Hold On To"); ABC; The Bellamy Brothers; The Lee Ritenour Band; and Vanity 6.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 18

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 18

Episode 18

1/22/83

8.1

Performers include Adam Ant ("Goody Two Shoes"), Phil Collins ("You Can't Hurry Love"), Barry Manilow ("Memory"), Men At Work ("Down Under"), Prince ("1999"), Juice Newton, and Poco. A solo from Rex with the #4 song ("Shadows of the Night").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 19

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 19

Episode 19

1/29/83

6.5

Performers include Ronnie Milsap ("Any Day Now"), Eddie Money ("Take a Little Bit"), Steel Breeze ("Dreamin' Is Easy"), Rosanne Cash, Saga, Frank Stallone, and The Temptations.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 20

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 20

Episode 20

2/5/83

7.0

Performers include The Bus Boys ("The Boys Are Back In Town"), Crystal Gayle ("Till I Gain Control Again"), The Go-Go's ("Vacation"), Michael McDonald ("I Gotta Try"), Sheena Easton, Tom Jones, and Rough Trade.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 21 Grammy

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 21 Grammy

Episode 21

2/12/83

0.0

Performers, all of who are Grammy winners, include Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"), the Charlie Daniels Band ("The Devil Went Down to Georgia"), Manhattan Transfer ("Boy from New York City"), Stephanie Mills ("I Never Knew Love like This Before"), Anne Murray ("Could I Have This Dance?"), Leo Sayer ("You Make Me Feel Like Dancing"), Rick Springfield ("Jessie's Girl"), and Bill Cosby.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 22

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 22

Episode 22

2/19/83

8.0

Performers include Toni Basil(Shopping from A to Z);Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle (You & I); Devo (That's Good); Linda Ronstadt(I Knew You When);Rachel Sweet (Voodoo); Charley McClain (With You);and Ray Parker Jr (Bad Boy). Marilyn performs "Heart to Heart". Rex & Rachel Sweet duet on "Everlasting Love". Comedian George Wallace.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 23

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 23

Episode 23

2/26/83

7.5

Performers include Jefferson Starship ("Winds of Change"); Barry Manilow ("Some Kind of Friend"); Tanya Tucker("Feel Right"); Melissa Manchester ("Nice Girls"); Lionel Richie; Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers; and Night Ranger.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 24

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 24

Episode 24

3/5/83

7.0

Performers include The Weather Girls ("It's Raining Men"); Patti Austin & James Ingram ("Baby Come To Me"); Paul Davis ("Cool Night"); Missing Persons ("Windows"); Helen Reddy ("Don't Tell Me Tonight"); and Juice Newton. Golden Earring performs their 1974 hit "Radar Love". Video of the week by Duran Duran("Hungry Like the Wolf"). Comedian Tom Driesenmoreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 25

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 25

Episode 25

3/12/83

7.5

Performers include Peter Allen ("Just Another Make-Out Song"); Joe Cocker ("Seven Days"); Men at Work ("Be Good Johnny"); Oxo ("Whirly Girl"); Kelly Groucutt (former member of the Electric Light Orchestra); and Ricky Skaggs.
A Solid Gold video by Michael Jackson ("Billie Jean"). A duet by Marilyn and Peter Allen.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 26

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 26

Episode 26

3/19/83

7.5

Performers include ABC ("Poison Arrow"); Patti Austin and James Ingram ("How Do You Keep the Music Playing?"); Debarge ("I Like It"); Sheena Easton ("You Do It"); Culture Club("Do You Really Want to Hurt Me"); The Flirts("JukeBox Don't put another dime"); John Schneider, and Bobby Vinton.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 27

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 27

Episode 27

3/26/83

7.0

Performers include Laura Branigan ("Solitaire"); The Dazz Band ("On the One for Fun"); Dexys Midnight Runners ("Come On Eileen"); Robert John ("Bread And Butter"); Roberta Flack; and Johnny Lee.
A Solid Gold video by Randy Newman ("I Love L.A."). A duet by Laura Branigan & Rex Smith("Separate Ways").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 28

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 28

Episode 28

4/2/83

6.5

Performers include Marty Balin ("What Love Is"); The English Beat ("I Confess"); Thelma Houston ("Working Girl"); Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton ("We've Got Tonight"); B.J. Thomas("Whatever Happened to Old Fashioned Love"); and The Spinners("City full of Memories"). A solo by Rex Smith.
Joan Rivers performs a comedy monologue.A duet by Rex and Marilyn.
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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 29

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 29

Episode 29

4/9/83

7.5

Performers include Bryan Adams ("Straight from the Heart"); Janie Fricke ("You Don't Know Love"); The Greg Kihn Band ("Jeopardy"); O'Bryan ("I'm Freaky"); K.C. and Terri DeSario; and Phil Collins. A Solid Gold video by Michael Jackson ("Beat It").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 30

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 30

Episode 30

4/30/83

7.7

Performers include Irene Cara("Flashdance"); Eddie Rabbit ;Melissa Manchester("Nice Girls");Stephen Bishop("It Might be You"); Adam Ant; and a Video from Styx("Mr. Roboto"). Comedy from Joan Rivers promoting her latest album. Rex sings a duet with Irene Cara.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith 31 Country Gold

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith 31 Country Gold

Episode 31

5/7/83

7.4

Performers include Dottie West ("It's High Time"); Eddie Rabbitt ("I Love a Rainy Night"); Alabama ("Mountain Music"); Crystal Gayle ("Half the Way"); Tammy Wynette ("Stand by Your Man"); Michael Martin Murphey ("Wildfire"); Jerry Reed; Roger Miller; and The Bellamy Brothers.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 32

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 32

Episode 32

5/14/83

7.8

Performers include Julio Iglesias ("Amore"), The Greg Kihn Band ("Jeopardy"), Barry Manilow ("Some Kind Of Friend"), Men At Work ("Overkill"), Ronnie Milsap ("Stranger In My House"), Prince ("Little Red Corvette"), and the Thompson Twins ("Lies").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 33 Classics

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 33 Classics

Episode 33

5/21/83

7.9

Performers on this Classics Show include KC ("Get Down Tonight" 1975); Sheena Easton ("For Your Eyes Only" 1981); Johnny Mathis ("Chances Are" 1957 hit); Jefferson Starship; Rick Nelson; Marie Osmond; Tom Jones("Delilah" 1968 hit); Daryl Hall & John Oates; and Air Supply.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 34

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 34

Episode 34

5/28/83

7.6

Performers include Champaign ("Try Again"), Engelbert Humperdinck ("Til You And Your Lover Are Lovers Again"), Patrick Simmons ("So Wrong"), Sparks with Jane Wiedlin ("Cool Places"), Kim Carnes, Culture Club("Time"), Dexys Midnight Runners("Come on Eileen"), and Louise Mandrell.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 35

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 35

Episode 35

6/4/83

8.1

Performers include Dolly Parton("Potential New Boyfriend"); Rick Springfield("Affair of the Heart" video); Laura Branigan("Solitaire"); Joe Cocker; Irene Cara("Flashdance"); Naked Eyes ("Always Something there to Remind me"); and Berlin. Madame chats with the dancers.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 36

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 36

Episode 36

6/11/83

7.6

Performers include Carl Wilson ("What You Do to Me"); Paul Anka ("Hold Me 'til the Morning Comes"); Men at Work ("Overkill"); Prince ("Little Red Corvette"); The Hollies ("Stop in the Name of Love"); and Dolly Parton ("Potential New Boyfriend").

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 37

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 37

Episode 37

6/18/83

7.0

Performers include Michael Sembello ("Maniac"); Sergio Mendes ("Never Gonna Let You Go"); Dolly Parton ("Potential New Boyfriend"); Alabama ("The Closer You Get"); Patrick Simmons ("Don't Make Me Do It"); The Whispers; and Bow Wow Wow. Rex sings the #5 Song "Solitare". Marilyn & Sergio Mendes sing a duet to close the show.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 38

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 38

Episode 38

6/25/83

7.8

Performers include June Pointer ("Ready for Some Action"); Dexys Midnight Runners ("The Celtic Soul Brothers"); Jose Feliciano ("Lonely Teardrops"); Bryan Adams ("Straight from the Heart"); Crystal Gayle; Kool & the Gang; and Night Ranger. Rex & Marilyn sing "Always Something there to Remind Me". A Rex & Marilyn duet closes the show.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 39

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 39

Episode 39

7/2/83

7.0

Performers include Men at Work ("It's a Mistake"); Walter Egan ("Full Moon Fire"); James Ingram & Patti Austin ("How Do You Keep The Music Playing"); Waylon Jennings & Jerry Reed ("Hold On, I'm Comin'"); Culture Club; Gladys Knight and the Pips; and the Captain & Tenille. Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 40

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 40

Episode 40

7/9/83

8.0

Performers include Janie Fricke ("He's A Heartache"); A Flock of Seagulls ("Wishing (If I Had A Photograph Of You)"); America ("The Border"); George Benson ("Inside Love"); Culture Club ("Time"); T.G. Sheppard ("Without You"); and The Thompson Twins. Rex sings the #5 song "Affair of the Heart". A duet from George Benson & Marilyn. A plug for Solid Gold Salutes the 70's.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 41

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 41

Episode 41

7/16/83

7.5

Performers include The Bee Gees ("The Woman in You"), DeBarge ("All This Love"), Eddie Rabbitt ("You Can't Run From Love"), Deniece Williams ("Do What You Feel"), The Greg Kihn Band ("I Fall To Pieces"), and Heaven 17. Comedy from Joan Rivers. Marilyn sings the #5 song.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 42

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 42

Episode 42

7/23/83

7.5

Performers include Champaign ("Try Again"), Natalie Cole ("Too Much Mister"), Dave Edmunds ("Slipping Away"), Lee Greenwood ("I.O.U."), Ronnie Laws ("In the Groove"), X ("Breathless"), and Barry Manilow. Natalie Cole & Marilyn end the show with a duet.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 43

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 43

Episode 43

7/30/83

7.8

Performers include Martin Briley ("The Salt In My Tears"), The Little River Band ("We Two"), Chuck Mangione ("Journey to a Rainbow"), Sergio Mendes ("Never Gonna Let You Go"), Bryan Adams, Lindsey Buckingham, Gus Hardin, and Chevy Chase.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 44 Country

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 44 Country

Episode 44

8/27/83

6.1

A show of Country gold features performers Johnny Lee; Ronnie Milsap; Dottie West; Sylvia; John Schneider; Charlie Rich ; Lacy J Dalton; Jerry Reed; Charlie Daniels Band and Conway Twitty.

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Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 45 Classics

Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith Show 45 Classics

Episode 45

9/3/83

7.9

Performers who present their classics include Englebert Humperdinck; Stephen Bishop; Lou Rawls; Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons ; Golden Earing; Chuck Berry Del Shannon; and Thelma Houston

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Solid Gold Salutes the 70's

Solid Gold Salutes the 70's

Episode 46

7/15/83

9.4

Rex & Marilyn present the top 40 hits of the 70's decade. Performers include the Bee Gees ("Stayin' Alive"); Captain & Tennille ("Love Will Keep Us Together"); Natalie Cole ("This Will Be"); Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"); Barry Manilow ("I Write the Songs"); Three Dog Night ("Joy to the World"); America; Debby Boone; Gloria Gaynor; Andy Gibb; The Hollies; Player("Baby Come Back"); and B.J. Thomas("Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame.moreless

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Solid Gold Christmas 1982

Solid Gold Christmas 1982

Episode 48

12/16/82

8.1

Rex Smith & Marilyn McCoo present a Christmas countdown of the top 40 Christmas Songs. Guests include Sister Sledge("Jingle Bell Rock"); The Chipmunks(Chipmunk Jingle Bells"); John Davidson("Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" & "Winter Wonderland"); Donna Summer; Peter, Paul & Mary(A Soalin); Jerry Reed; Crystal Gayle; Oak Ridge Boys; Roberta Flack; America; Andrae Crouch; Marie Osmond("Let it Snow") and John Schneider. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame plus Jeff Altman.moreless

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Countdown 82: A Solid Gold Special

Countdown 82: A Solid Gold Special

Episode 50

2/15/83

9.7

A countdown of the top 40 songs of 1982 hosted by Rex Smith & Marilyn McCoo. Performers include Laura Branigan (Gloria); Air Supply(Even the Night Are Better); Hall & Oates (You Make my Dreams); Sheena Easton(You Could Have Been with Me); Men at Work (Who Can it be Now); Go-Go's (We got the Beat); The Motels (Only the Lonely); Quarterflash (Harden My Heart); Lionel Richie (Truly); Juice Newton (Love's been a Little Bit Hard on Me); Melissa Manchester( You Should Hear How She Talks About You); Joe Cocker / Jennifer Warnes (Up Where we Belong); John Cougar (Hurts So Good/ Jack & Diane); Olivia Newton John("Make a Move on Me"); Rick Springfield("Don't Talk to Strangers"), Michael McDonald("I keep Forgetin");and Survivor("Eye of the Tiger"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. John Roarke impersonates Ronald Reagan in a comedy sketch.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Rick Nelson

Marilyn McCoo & Rick Nelson

Episode 1

7.9

Marilyn and co-host Rick Nelson("Do You Know What I Mean") welcome Laura Branigan(How am I Supposed to Live without you), Rick James, The Motels, Quarterflash, Michael Sembello, and Taco.
A duet by Rick & Marilyn of "Fools Rush In".

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Marilyn McCoo & Commodores

Marilyn McCoo & Commodores

Episode 2

9/17/83

7.6

Performers include The Commodores ("Only You"); The Tubes ("The Monkey Time"); Frank Stallone ("Far from Over"); Men at Work ("It's a Mistake"); Bonnie Tyler ("Total Eclipse of the Heart"); Alabama ("Lady Down on Love"); and Mitch Ryder("Devil with a Blue Dress On"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.
The Commodores and Marilyn perform an energetic duet on "Sail On," "Still," "Lady" and "You bring Me Up."moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb

Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb

Episode 3

9/24/83

8.9

Performers include co-host Andy Gibb ("I Just Want to Be Your Everything"); Kim Carnes ("Invisible Hands"); Little River Band; Heart; Waylon Jennings; Jeffery Osborne ("Don't You Get So Mad"); and Shandi ("He's a Dream"). This is the first appearance of Andy Gibb since he left the show 2 seasons earlier. A duet by Andy & Marilyn ("Every Breath You Take") closes the show.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Tom Wopat

Marilyn McCoo & Tom Wopat

Episode 4

10/1/83

6.8

Performers include co-host Tom Wopat ("Sha-Marie"), Madness ("It Must Be Love"), Juice Newton ("Dirty Looks"), Sparks ("I Wish I Looked a Little Better"), George Benson, Huey Lewis & the News, Ronnie Milsap, and Marie Osmond.

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Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Episode 5

10/8/83

7.9

Performers include Cliff Richard (co-host), Sheena Easton ("Telefone"), A Flock of Seagulls ("(It's Not Me) Talking"), The Gap Band ("Party Train"), Mickey Gilley and Charly McClain ("Paradise Tonight"), Pablo Cruise, and Eric Burdon & the Animals. Jerry Mathers (of Leave It to Beaver) visits with Madame. Marilyn & Cliff perform a duet of the #1 song "Total Eclipse of the Heart".moreless

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Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard

Episode 6

10/15/83

8.2

Performers include Bryan Adams ("This Time"); Berlin ("Masquarade"); the Mary Jane Girls("Boys"); John Schneider; France Joli ("Girl of The '80's"); Gordon Lightfoot ("Salute"); Cliff Richard ("Baby You're Dynamite"); and Bonnie Tyler ("Total Eclipse of the Heart").
Also appearing: Wolfman Jack

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Marilyn McCoo & Air Supply

Marilyn McCoo & Air Supply

Episode 7

10/22/83

8.9

This week the co-host is Air Supply ("Making Love Out of Nothing At All"). Other performers include Elvis Costello ("Every Day I Write the Book"), Irene Cara ("My Baby"), Stevie Woods ("Ain't That Peculiar"), and Quiet Riot("Cum on Feel the Noise"). A video from Lionel Richie ("All Night Long") is shown. Anson Williams appears in a comedy bit with Madame. Later, Madame chats with comedians Al Franken & Tom Davis. A duet by Air Supply & Marilyn ("Sweet Dreams").moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 8

Marilyn McCoo Show 8

Episode 8

10/29/83

8.0

Performers include Peter Allen ("Once Before I Go"); Philip Bailey ("I Know"); Tommy Faragher ("Look Out For Number One"); Men at Work ("Dr. Heckyll & Mr. Jive"); Eddie Rabbitt; and Mental as Anything. Ted Lange (of The Love Boat) visits with Madame. Plus, a Solid Gold video from David Bowie ("Modern Love").moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 9 (Pick Hits)

Marilyn McCoo Show 9 (Pick Hits)

Episode 9

11/5/83

8.3

Marilyn welcomes Toni Basil ("Mickey"); Sheena Easton ("Morning Train (9 to 5)"); The Go-Go's ("We Got the Beat"); John Cougar Mellencamp ("Hurts So Good"); Prince ("Little Red Corvette"); Rick Springfield ("Jessie's Girl"); Juice Newton; and Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 10

Marilyn McCoo Show 10

Episode 10

11/12/83

8.4

Marilyn welcomes Miquel Brown ("So Many Men So Little Time"); Mick Fleetwood's Zoo ("I Want You Back"); The Motels ("Suddenly Last Summer"); Crystal Gayle; Peabo Bryson; and comedian David Brenner. Marilyn performs her new single "Heart Stop Beating in Time" from the Album "Solid Gold". A video from Billy Joel ("Uptown Girl"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 11 Classics

Marilyn McCoo Show 11 Classics

Episode 11

11/19/83

0.0

A salute to number one hits includes performers Kool & the Gang ("Celebration"); Olivia Newton-John ("Physical"); Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"); Eddie Rabbitt ("I Love a Rainy Night"); Lionel Richie ("Truly"); Survivor ("Eye of the Tiger"); and Michael McDonald.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 12

Marilyn McCoo Show 12

Episode 12

11/26/83

0.0

Performers include Kim Carnes, Pia Zadora, Rick James; Waylon Jennings; Michael Sembello; Heart ; and Sheena Easton. A video of Olivia Newton John's "Twist of Fate".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 13

Marilyn McCoo Show 13

Episode 13

12/3/83

0.0

Performers include Irene Cara ("Why Me?"); Bonnie Tyler ("Take Me Back"); Huey Lewis & the News ("Heart and Soul"); Lee Greenwood; and Jennifer Holliday ("I Am Love"). A video of Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's "Say Say Say."

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Marilyn McCoo Show 14

Marilyn McCoo Show 14

Episode 14

12/10/83

0.0

Performers include Louise Mandrell ("Runaway Heart"); Melissa Manchester; Michael Stanley Band ("My Town"); James Ingram ("Party Animal"); Taco ("Cheek to Cheek"); and Eddie Money ("The Big Crash"). A Solid Gold Video of Pat Benatar's "Love is a Battlefield". Marilyn performs "Solid Gold" the title track of her current album (not the show theme song).

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Marilyn McCoo Show 15

Marilyn McCoo Show 15

Episode 15

12/17/83

8.9

Marilyn welcomes guests Toni Basil (Over My Head); Culture Club (Church of the Poisoned Mind); Jo Boxers (Just Got Lucky); Melba Moore (Keepin My Lover Satisfied); Spandau Ballet (Gold); Earl Thomas Conley; Bette Midler; and a Solid Gold video from John Cougar Mellencamp "Crumblin Down".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 16

Marilyn McCoo Show 16

Episode 16

1/7/84

6.7

Marilyn welcomes The JoBoxers ("Just Got Lucky"); Anne Murray; Big Country("In a Big Country"); Irene Cara ("Why Me?"); Toni Basil ("Over My Head"); Survivor ("Jackie Don't Go"); and Debarge ("Time Will Reveal"). A Solid Gold video from the Police "Synchronicity II."

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Marilyn McCoo Show 17

Marilyn McCoo Show 17

Episode 17

1/14/84

8.0

Marilyn welcomes Madonna ("Holiday"); Christopher Cross ("Think Of Laura"); The Romantics ("Talking in Your Sleep"); T.G. Sheppard ("Slow Burn"); Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Hero" aka "Wind Beneath My Wings"); and Gordon Lightfoot. Also, the Solid Gold Video and an interview from Olivia Newton John & John Travolta. Mariyln & Gordon Lightfoot close the show with a duet.moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 18

Marilyn McCoo Show 18

Episode 18

1/21/84

9.0

Marilyn welcomes Jeffery Osborne ("Stay With Me Tonight"); Rick Springfield ("Souls"); Juice Newton ("Dirty Looks"); Pablo Cruise ("Cool Love"); Deborah Allen ("Baby I Lied"); and ABC. The Solid Gold Video is "Union of the Snake" from Duran Duran. Comedy from David Brenner. A solo from Marilyn of the #7 Song "I Guess that's Wht they Call it the Blues".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 19

Marilyn McCoo Show 19

Episode 19

1/28/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Matthew Wilder ("Break My Stride"); Julio Iglesias ("Begin the Beguine"); The Motels ("Remember the Nights"); Kool & the Gang ("Joanna"); Kim Carnes; Shelley West; and The Little River Band. The Solid Gold video is "Under Cover of the Night" by the Rolling Stones.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 20

Marilyn McCoo Show 20

Episode 20

2/4/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Tina Turner ("Let's Stay Together"); James Ingram & Michael McDonald ("Yah Mo B There"); Sheena Easton ("Almost Over You"); The Romantics ("Talking in Your Sleep"); Quiet Riot; and Oak Ridge Boys. A Solid Gold Video from Lionel Richie "Running with the Night."

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Marilyn McCoo Show 21 Ladies of the 80's

Marilyn McCoo Show 21 Ladies of the 80's

Episode 21

2/11/84

7.5

A special classics show features Ladies of the 80's. Guest's include Irene Cara; Dolly Parton; Olivia Newton John; Bette Midler; Heart; Laura Branigan; Berlin; and comedy from Joan Rivers

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Marilyn McCoo Show 22

Marilyn McCoo Show 22

Episode 22

2/18/84

8.2

Marilyn welcomes Rick Springfield("Love Somebody"); Eddie Rabbitt; Culture Club("Karma Chameleon"); Cyndi Lauper("Girls Just want to have Fun"); Rick James featuring Smokey Robinson("Ebony Eyes") ; and Grace Slick . A Solid Gold Video from Barry Manilow "Read Em and Weep".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 23

Marilyn McCoo Show 23

Episode 23

2/25/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Shannon; Kenny Loggins; Kool & the Gang; Christopher Cross. A Solid Gold video from Duran Duran "New Moon on Monday".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 24

Marilyn McCoo Show 24

Episode 24

3/3/84

7.9

Marilyn welcomes KC("Give it Up"); Anne Murray; Ray Parker Jr; Real Life; Manhattan Transfer; and Huey Lewis & the News("I want a New Drug"). Also a Video by the Police.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 25

Marilyn McCoo Show 25

Episode 25

3/10/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes guests James Ingram and Michael McDonald ("Ya Mo B There"); Big Country; Eddie Money; Jeffrey Osborne; Survivor; B.J. Thomas; Bonnie Tyler; and Tracy Ullman. Ron Howard chats with Madame. John Cougar Mellencamp is interviewed.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 26

Marilyn McCoo Show 26

Episode 26

3/17/84

7.5

Marilyn welcomes Big Country; Patti Austin (It's Gonna be Special); Mac Davis; Cliff Richard; Exile; and Cyndi Lauper (Girls just want to have Fun). A video of John Lennon's "Nobody Told Me".

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Marilyn McCoo Show 27

Marilyn McCoo Show 27

Episode 27

3/24/84

8.1

Marilyn welcomes guests The Pretenders("Middle of the Road"), Culture Club("Miss me Blind"), Stevie Nicks, Tracey Ullman, Paul Young and Shalamar("Dancing in the Sheets"). A Solid Gold Video by Hall and Oates ("Adult Education").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 28

Marilyn McCoo Show 28

Episode 28

3/31/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Dwight Twilley; Menudo; Barry Manilow; Sheena Easton; Oak Ridge Boys ; and a Solid Gold Video from the Eurythmics.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 29

Marilyn McCoo Show 29

Episode 29

4/7/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Christine McVie("Got a Hold On Me"); Weird Al Yankovic("Eat It"); Johnny Mathis & Denise Williams; Johnny Lee & Lane Brody; Gap Band; Mathew Wilder; The Hollies and a Solid Gold Video from Rockwell.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 30

Marilyn McCoo Show 30

Episode 30

4/28/84

0.0

Marilyn welcomes Deniece Williams ("Let's Hear It for the Boy"); Rick Springfield ("Love Somebody"); Berlin ("No More Words"); Billy Rankin ("Baby Come Back"); Spandau Ballet; Michael Martin Murphey; and Billy Davis Jr. A Solid Gold video from Lionel Richie ("Hello"). Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. perform "I Believe in You & Me" (from Marilyn's album "Solid Gold").moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 31 Salute to Australian Superstars

Marilyn McCoo Show 31 Salute to Australian Superstars

Episode 31

5/5/84

6.7

A special show features performances by Rick Springfield; Olivia Newton John; Andy Gibb; Air Supply; Men at Work; Real Life; and the Little River Band. A countdown of the top 10 songs in Australia this week. Peter Allen chats with Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 32-Guest Host Air Supply

Marilyn McCoo Show 32-Guest Host Air Supply

Episode 32

5/12/84

7.3

Air Supply welcomes Mickey Gilley and Charly McClain ("Candy Man"); Thompson Twins ("Hold Me Now"); Laura Branigan ("Self Control"); Jimmy Buffett; and Cyndi Lauper("Time After Time"). A Solid Gold video from Rick Springfield "Love Somebody."
Cheech and Chong visit Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 33 Grammy Special

Marilyn McCoo Show 33 Grammy Special

Episode 33

5/19/84

8.0

Marilyn welcomes Karen Kamon ("Manhunt"); John Cougar Mellencamp ("Hurts so Good"); Lionel Richie ("Truly); Culture Club ("Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?"); Irene Cara ("Flashdance..What a Feeling"); Alabama("The Closer You Get"); and Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"). Marilyn sings "Every Breath You Take." A Solid Gold video from Duran Duran ("Hungry like the Wolf").moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 34 Guest Host Air Supply

Marilyn McCoo Show 34 Guest Host Air Supply

Episode 34

5/26/84

8.0

Guest host Air Supply welcomes Sergio Mendes ("Olympia"), Bonnie Tyler ("Holding Out for a Hero"), The Pretenders, Ozzy Osbourne, Sheena Easton, The Romantics, Missing Persons, and Laura Branigan. A music video by Billy Joel ("The Longest Time").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 35 co-host Grant Goodeve

Marilyn McCoo Show 35 co-host Grant Goodeve

Episode 35

6/2/84

7.5

Marilyn welcomes Grant Goodeve (co-host); Frank Stallone (Darling); Sheena Easton (Devil in a Fast Car); Mick Fleetwood's Zoo (Angel Come Home); Wang Chung (Dance Hall Days); James Ingram(There's No Easy Way); Tom Jones (This Time); and Denise Williams (Let's Hear it for the Boy). Features an introduction to Solid Gold Hits which debuts the following Monday including the introduction of the Solid Gold Hits dancers. The Solid Gold Video from Duran Duran (The Reflex).moreless

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Marilyn McCoo Show 36

Marilyn McCoo Show 36

Episode 36

6/9/84

7.2

Marilyn welcomes Rick Springfield ("Don't Walk Away"); LaToya Jackson & Howard Hewitt ("Heart Don't Lie"); KC("Are you Ready"); and Bill Medley.
A Solid Gold video from Cyndi Lauper ("Time After Time"). A solo from Marilyn is one of her best ("The Longest Time").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 37

Marilyn McCoo Show 37

Episode 37

6/16/84

7.9

Marilyn welcomes Bananarama ("Robert De Niro's Waiting"), Duke Jupiter ("Little Lady"), Slade ("Run Runaway"), Thomas Dolby, Crystal Gayle, Shakin' Stevens (Cry Just a Little Bit), and Tina Turner. A Solid Gold Video from Huey Lewis and the News ("Heart of Rock and Roll").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 38

Marilyn McCoo Show 38

Episode 38

6/23/84

8.3

Marilyn welcomes Patti Austin (Rhythm of the Street); Christine McVie (Love will Show us How); Van Stephenson (Modern Day Delilah); Rick James (Don't Stop); Cyndi Lauper (Time After Time); and Alabama. A Solid Gold Video from the Eurythmics (Who's That Girl).

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Marilyn McCoo Show 39

Marilyn McCoo Show 39

Episode 39

6/30/84

7.9

Marilyn welcomes Juice Newton ("A Little Love"); Menudo ("That's What You Do"); Tony Carey ("The First Day of Summer"); Joe Jackson("You Can't get what you want"); Peabo Bryson; Paul Anka; and Exile. A Solid Gold Video from Culture Club ("It's A Miracle"). The week's top 10 countdown. Elvira chats with Madame. This show was repeated on Aug 10th,1984.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 40

Marilyn McCoo Show 40

Episode 40

7/7/84

7.9

Marilyn welcomes The Thompson Twins ("Doctor! Doctor!"); The Greg Kihn Band ("Reunited"); Laura Branigan ("Self Control"); The Tubes ("She's A Beauty"); Johnny Mathis ("Simple"); and Eddie Rabbitt. A Solid Gold video by Chicago ("Stay the Night"). Marilyn performs "Time After Time."

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Marilyn McCoo Show 41

Marilyn McCoo Show 41

Episode 41

7/14/84

8.3

Performers include The Go-Go's ("Turn to You"); Christopher Cross ("A Chance For Heaven"); The Human League ("The Lebanon"); Dwight Twilley ("A Little Bit of Love"); Toni Tennille; Ronnie Milsap; Michael Martin Murphy; and Sergio Mendes("Alibis").
A Solid Gold video by Billy Idol ("Eyes Without a Face").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 42

Marilyn McCoo Show 42

Episode 42

7/21/84

7.7

Marilyn welcomes Rick Springfield ("Don't Walk Away"); Deborah Galli ("American Boys"); Corey Hart ("Sunglasses at Night"); Karla Bonoff ("Somebody's Eyes"); Laura Branigan ("The Lucky One"); Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble ("Cold Shot"); and comedian Michael Winslow.
A Solid Gold video by Rod Stewart ("Infatuation").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 43

Marilyn McCoo Show 43

Episode 43

7/28/84

6.9

Marilyn welcomes Eddy Grant ("Romancing the Stone"); Jefferson Starship ("No Way Out"); Ray Parker Jr. ("Woman Out of Control"); Men at Work ("High Wire"); Van Stephenson ("What the Big Girls Do"); Michael Martin Murphey; and Cheech and Chong. A Solid Gold video by Prince ("When Doves Cry").

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Marilyn McCoo Show 44 Duets

Marilyn McCoo Show 44 Duets

Episode 44

8/25/84

7.0

Marilyn welcomes Howard Hewitt & LaToya Jackson(Heart Don't Lie); James Ingram & Michael McDonald(Ya Mo B There); Rick James & Smokey Robinson(Ebony Eyes) ; Nicolette Larson & the Dirt Band (Make a Little Magic); The Righteous Brothers(You've Lost that Loving feeling);Johnny Mathis & Denise Williams (Too Much Too Little Too Late) and Sparks & Jane Weidlin (Cool Places). A Solid Gold Video from Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton. Also features Wayland Flowers & Madame.

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Marilyn McCoo Show 45 Country Gold

Marilyn McCoo Show 45 Country Gold

Episode 45

9/1/84

6.5

Marilyn welcomes Anne Murray (A Little Good News), Ronnie Milsap (Any Day Now), Waylon Jennings (Mama Don't Let you Babies grow up to be Cowboys), Eddie Rabbitt (I Love a Rainy Night), Alabama The Closer you Get) , Mickey Gilley & Charlie McLain(Candy Man) , and Crystal Gayle (Don't it make you Brown Eyes Blue).moreless

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Solid Gold Christmas 1983

Solid Gold Christmas 1983

Episode 52

12/15/83

7.8

Marilyn McCoo hosts this special episode featuring popular stars performing the best in Christmas music. The performers include America; Andraé Crouch; John Davidson; Roberta Flack; Crystal Gayle; Barry Manilow; The Oak Ridge Boys; Marie Osmond; Peter, Paul & Mary; Jerry Reed; John Schneider; Sister Sledge; Donna Summer; and The Chipmunks.

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Solid Gold Countdown 83

Solid Gold Countdown 83

Episode 53

2/15/84

8.5

A countdown of the Top Songs of 1983 hosted by Marilyn McCoo. Performers include Frank Stallone("Far From Over"; Air Supply("Making Love"); Prince("Little Red Covette"); Rick Springfield("Affair of the Heart"); Eddie Rabitt & Crystal Gayle("You & I"); Men at Work("Down Under"); Christopher Cross("All Right"); Culture Club(Time/Do You Really Want to Hurt me");Dexy's Midnight Runners("Come On Eileen"); Greg Kihn Band("Jeopardy"); Michael Sembello("Maniac"); Irene Cara("Flashdance"); and Bonnie Tyler("Total Eclipse of the Heart"). An interview with Olivia Newton John. Marilyn performs the #11 Song Separate Ways.
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Solid Gold Salutes the Songs of Summer

Solid Gold Salutes the Songs of Summer

Episode 54

7/15/84

7.2

A countdown of summer classics hosted by Marilyn McCoo.
Performers include The Go-Go's, Eddy Grant, Herb Alpert and the Tijiuna Brass, America, The Association, Jimmy Buffet, John Sebastian, Martha Reeves, The Angels, Frankie Avalon, the Captain and Tennille, and Carl Wilson.
Plus, vintage film footage of the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and Elton John. Comedy from the Smothers Brothers, Franken & Davis, plus Wayland Flowers and Madame.moreless

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Rick Dees & LaToya Jackson

Rick Dees & LaToya Jackson

Episode 1

9/8/84

7.5

Rick Dees takes over as host. Performers include co-host LaToya Jackson (Hot Potato), the Go-Go's (Turn to you / Yes or No), Thompson Twins (You Take Me Up), Tina Turner(What's Love Got to Do with it), and John Waite (Missing You). Comedy by Ronnie Schell. A Solid Gold video by Cyndi Lauper ("She Bop").moreless

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Rick Dees & LaToya Jackson

Rick Dees & LaToya Jackson

Episode 2

9/15/84

7.3

Jefferson Starship performs "Layin' It on the Line" from their album Nuclear Furniture. Other guests include LaToya Jackson (co-host), Ronnie Milsap ("Still Losing You"), The Pointer Sisters ("I'm So Excited"), Scandal Featuring Patty Smyth ("The Warrior"), and Ronnie Milsap. A Solid Gold video by Prince ("Let's Go Crazy").

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Rick Dees & Denise Williams

Rick Dees & Denise Williams

Episode 3

9/22/84

0.0

Performers include co-host Deniece Williams ("Black Butterfly"), Sheena Easton ("Strut"), Bananarama (Cruel Summer), Tom Jones (All the Love is On the Radio), Quiet Riot(Party All Night), and Wang Chung (Don't be my Enemy). A Solid Gold video by The Cars ("Drive").

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Rick Dees & Natalie Cole

Rick Dees & Natalie Cole

Episode 4

9/29/84

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes Natalie Cole (co-host), Eddy Grant ("Boys in the Street"), Twisted Sister ("We're Not Gonna Take It"), Crystal Gayle, Joe Jackson, and Christine McVie. Also, a video by Peter Wolf ("Lights Out").

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Rick Dees & Laura Branigan

Rick Dees & Laura Branigan

Episode 5

10/6/84

7.0

Rick Dees welcomes Co-host Laura Branigan ("The Lucky One") and performers Cyndi Lauper (She Bop); Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes & James Ingram( What About Me?);John Waite (Tears); Stephanie Mills(Medicine Song);and Thomas Dolby (She Blinded me with Science). A Solid Gold Video from Rod Stewart("Some Guys have all the Luck").

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Rick Dees & Anne Murray

Rick Dees & Anne Murray

Episode 6

10/13/84

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes Anne Murray (co-host) who does a duet with Dave Loggins (Nobody Loves me Like you do), Joyce Kennedy and Jeffery Osborne ("The Last Time I Made Love"), Herb Alpert (Bullish), Chris DeBurgh The Ecstacy of Flight), Sparks (Pretending to be drunk), Vanity (Pretty Mess), and comedian Bob Ridgely. A Solid Gold video by Rick Springfield ("Bop 'til You Drop").moreless

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Rick Dees & Irene Cara

Rick Dees & Irene Cara

Episode 7

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Irene Cara (You Were Made for me) and performers Karen Kamon (Da Doo Run Run); Billy Ocean (Caribbean Queen); Berlin (Dancing in Berlin); Alabama (If you're gonna Play in Texas); Molly Hatchet(Satisfied Man); and Joe Cocker (Edge of a Dream).

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Rick Dees & Irene Cara

Rick Dees & Irene Cara

Episode 8

10/27/84

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Irene Cara, America, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, Champaign, Herbie Hancock, John Schneider, and Mr. T. A Solid Gold video by the Pointer Sisters ("I'm So Excited").

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Rick Dees Show 9

Rick Dees Show 9

Episode 9

11/3/84

0.0

Rick welcomes the Pointer Sisters ("I'm So Excited"); Cyndi Lauper ("All Through The Night"); Quiet Riot ("Winners Take All"); and Christopher Cross ("Arthur's Theme"). Rich Little and John Roarke appear in a comedy segment. Plus, a Solid Gold video by Elton John ("Who Wears These Shoes?").

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Rick Dees Show 10

Rick Dees Show 10

Episode 10

11/10/84

8.1

Guests: Kool & The Gang (Tonight); Sheena Easton (Strut); Huey Lewis & the News (I want a New Drug); Chaka Khan (I Feel for You); Laura Branigan (Ti Amo); and Kenny Rogers, James Ingram & Kim Carnes (What about Me). 1. Prince: Purple Rain 2. 3. Billy Ocean: Caribbean Queen 4. Elton John: Who Wears These Shoes 5. Wham: Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go 6. Hall & Oates: Out of Touch (music video shown) 7. 8. Dennis DeYoung: Dessert Moon 9. 10. John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band: On the Dark Sidemoreless

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Rick Dees Solid Gold Superstars Part 1

Rick Dees Solid Gold Superstars Part 1

Episode 11

11/17/84

8.2

Rick welcomes classic artists for the next 2 weeks in previous clips (Classics show). Performers in Part 1 include Rick Springfield (Love Somebody); Culture Club (Karma Chameleon); Kenny Loggins (Footloose); Joan Rivers; Prince (Little Red Corvette); Olivia Newton John Make a Move on Me); Smokey Robinson (Cruisin); John Cougar (Hurts So Good); Julio Iglesias Begin the Begine); Commodores (Easy); and Stevie Nicks (Stand Back).moreless

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Rick Dees Solid Gold Superstars Part 2

Rick Dees Solid Gold Superstars Part 2

Episode 12

11/24/84

8.1

Performers in Part 2 include Pointer Sisters (Jump for my Love); Barry Manilow (Some Kind of Friend); Go-Go's (We got the Beat); Joan Rivers; Lionel Richie (Truly);Men at Work (Down Under); Rick James (Superfreak); Elvis Costello (Every Day I write the book);Dolly Parton (Potential New Boyfriend);Billy Idol (Hot in the City); and Michael McDonald (I Keep Forgettin').moreless

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Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Episode 13

12/1/84

8.8

Rick welcomes co-host Lisa Hartman (Don't Let me Go) and performers Survivor (I Can't hold Back); Juice Newton (Can't Wait all Night);Matthew Wilder (Bouncin off the Walls);Deborah Allen (Heartache and a Half);Randy Hall(A Gentleman). Rick Dees performs his 70's classic Disco Duck.

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Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Episode 14

12/8/84

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes Lisa Hartman (co-host), Ronnie Milsap, New Edition, REO Speedwagon, Tommy Shaw, and Jack Wagner. Plus, comedians Julie McWhirter-Dees (Rick's wife) and David Brenner. A Solid Gold video by Paul McCartney ("No More Lonely Nights").

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Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Episode 15

12/15/84

7.5

Rick Dees welcomes guests Chaka Khan, Donna Summer, John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band, Corey Hart("It Ain't Enough"), Anne Murray with Dave Loggins, Billy Ocean, and Scandal featuring Patty Smyth.
Plus, a Solid Gold video by Pat Benatar ("We Belong").

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Rick Dees Show 16

Rick Dees Show 16

Episode 16

1/5/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes guests Jermaine Jackson ("Do What You Do"); Barry Manilow ("Paradise Cafe"); The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ("I Love Only You"); The Dazz Band; and Teena Marie. A Solid Gold video by Lionel Richie ("Penny Lover").

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Rick Dees & Julian Lennon

Rick Dees & Julian Lennon

Episode 17

1/12/85

8.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Julian Lennon ("Valotte"), Ashford & Simpson ("Solid"), Air Supply, Tommy Shaw(Lonely School), Rebbie Jackson("Centipede"), and Manhattan Transfer("Baby Come Back to Me"). A Solid Gold video by Bruce Springsteen ("Born in the U.S.A.").

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Rick Dees & George Benson

Rick Dees & George Benson

Episode 18

1/19/85

0.0

Rick Dees sings his novelty song "Eat My Shorts," and welcomes co-host George Benson (20/20) and guests Eddie Rabbitt ("I Love a Rainy Night"), Shalamar ("My Girl Loves Me"), the Commodores, and Jack Wagner("All I Need"). A Solid Gold video by Duran Duran ("Wild Boys").

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Rick Dees & Ray Parker Jr

Rick Dees & Ray Parker Jr

Episode 19

1/26/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Ray Parker Jr. ("Jamie"), John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band ("Tender Years"), Joe Cocker ("Edge of a Dream"), Dan Hartman ("Second Nature"), New Edition ("Cool It Now"), and Lorenzo Lamas ("Fools Like Me"). A Solid Gold video by Steve Perry ("Foolish Heart").

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Rick Dees & David Hasselhoff

Rick Dees & David Hasselhoff

Episode 20

2/2/85

7.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host David Hasselhoff ("Do You Love Me?"), Julian Lennon ("Too Late for Goodbyes"), Madonna ("Like A Virgin"), Barry Manilow ("When October Goes"), Survivor ("High On You"), Lee Greenwood, and Stephanie Mills. A Solid Gold video by the Pointer Sisters ("Neutron Dance").

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Rick Dees & Eddie Rabbitt

Rick Dees & Eddie Rabbitt

Episode 21

2/9/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes Eddie Rabbitt (co-host)who performs "Go to Sleep Big Bertha," Sheena Easton ("Hard to Say It's Over"), Billy Ocean ("Loverboy"), REO Speedwagon ("Can't Fight This Feeling"), Survivor ("High on You"), Tina Turner ("Private Dancer"), and Scandal ("Beat of the Heart"). A video by Rod Stewart ("All Right Now").

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Rick Dees & Laura Branigan

Rick Dees & Laura Branigan

Episode 22

2/16/85

0.0

Rick welcomes co-host Laura Branigan ("Heart"), Glen Campbell ("A Lady Like You"), Rockwell ("He's A Cobra"), Roger Hodgson ("In Jeopardy"), Kool & the Gang ("Misled"), the Pointer Sisters ("Neutron Dance"), and John Waite ("Restless Heart"). A Solid Gold video by Cyndi Lauper ("Money Changes Everything").

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Rick Dees Show 23 Grammy

Rick Dees Show 23 Grammy

Episode 23

2/23/85

0.0

A show on Grammy winners includes John Waite (Restless Heart); Tina Turner (Better be Good to Me); Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes & James Ingram (What about me);Stevie Wonder (I Just called to say i Love you); Sheena Easton (Strut);Chaka Khan (I feel for you); James Ingram & Michael McDonald (Ya Mo B There).moreless

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Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Episode 24

3/2/85

7.6

Rick welcomes co-host Jack Wagner (Premonition) and performers Al Jarreau (Raging Waters); New Edition(Mr. Telephone Man); Exile (Crazy for your Love); Phil Collins (You Can't Hurry Love) and Limahl( Never Ending Story).

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Rick Dees and Bonnie Pointer

Rick Dees and Bonnie Pointer

Episode 25

3/9/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Bonnie Pointer, The Bellamy Brothers ("I Need More of You"), Julian Lennon ("Too Late for Goodbyes"), Sylvia ("Fallin' in Love"), Animotion, and Eric Carmen. A Solid Gold video by David Lee Roth ("California Girls").

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Rick Dees and John Schneider

Rick Dees and John Schneider

Episode 26

3/16/85

7.0

Rick Dees welcomes John Schneider ("Country Girls"), The Greg Kihn Band ("Lucky"), Jeffrey Osborne ("The Borderlines"), DeBarge, REO Speedwagon, and Toni Tennille. A Solid Gold video by Glenn Frey ("The Heat Is On").

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Rick Dees & Gladys Knight

Rick Dees & Gladys Knight

Episode 27

3/23/85

6.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Gladys Knight. The performers include Gladys Knight & The Pips ("My Time"), Autograph ("Turn up the Radio"), Jermaine Jackson and Pia Zadora ("When The Rain Begins To Fall"), Eric Carmen, Jim Glaser, and Teena Marie("Lovergirl"). A Solid Gold video by USA for Africa ("We Are the World").moreless

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Rick Dees & Melba Moore

Rick Dees & Melba Moore

Episode 28

3/30/85

7.4

Rick welcomes co-host Melba Moore (Read my Lips) and performers Sheena Easton (Sugar Walls); Commodores (Night Shift); Survivor (High on You); Johnny Lee (Rollin' Lonely); and the Blasters (Dark Night). A Solid Gold video by Madonna.

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Rick Dees & Crystal Gayle

Rick Dees & Crystal Gayle

Episode 29

4/6/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Crystal Gayle, The Mary Jane Girls ("In My House"), Maze featuring Frankie Beverly ("Back In Stride"), John Parr ("Magical"), Laura Branigan, Peter Brown("Zie Zie Won't Dance"), General Public, and Bill Medley.
An interview with Anne Murray.

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Rick Dees & Crystal Gayle

Rick Dees & Crystal Gayle

Episode 30

4/27/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Crystal Gayle ("Nobody Wants to Be Alone"), Greg Kihn ("Lucky"), Judy Collins, Mickey Gilley("I'm the One Mamma Warned You About"),Patti LaBelle("New Attitude"), Shalamar, and Twisted Sister.
Plus, an interview with Diana Ross.

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Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Rick Dees & Lisa Hartman

Episode 31

5/4/85

0.0

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Lisa Hartman, Kim Carnes ("Crazy in the Night"), Dan Hartman ("Second Nature"), Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons ("Book of Love"), New Edition, Eddie Rabbitt, and magician David Copperfield. Plus, an interview with Kenny Rogers.

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Rick Dees & Marie Osmond

Rick Dees & Marie Osmond

Episode 32

5/11/85

7.8

Rick & Marie welcome The Beach Boys ("Getcha Back"), Sheena Easton ("Swear"), Little River Band ("Playing to Win"), Jack Wagner ("Lady Of My Heart"), Glen Campbell, The Commodores, and Dan Seals.

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Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Episode 33

5/18/85

7.5

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Chaka Khan ("I Feel for You"), Air Supply ("Just As I Am"), Rick Springfield ("Celebrate Youth" & "State of the Heart"), Tina Turner ("Private Dancer"), Kool & the Gang("Fresh"), and Neil Sedaka. An interview with Sheena Easton.

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Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Rick Dees & Chaka Khan

Episode 34

5/25/85

7.3

Rick Dees welcomes Chaka Khan (co-host), John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band ("Tough All Over"), DeBarge ("Rhythm of the Night"), Barry Manilow ("When October Goes"), John Parr ("Magical"), Philip Bailey, and Shannon.

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Rick Dees & Mac Davis

Rick Dees & Mac Davis

Episode 35

6/1/85

6.9

Rick Dees welcomes Mac Davis (co-host), Debby Boone ("Choose Life"), Johnny Mathis ("Right From The Heart"), Philip Bailey, Boy Meets Girl, Kenny G. & Kashif (Love on the Rise), and Tears for Fears (Everybody Wants to Rule the World). Plus, an interview with Dan Fogelberg.

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Rick Dees & Natalie Cole

Rick Dees & Natalie Cole

Episode 36

6/8/85

7.5

Rick Dees welcomes co-host Natalie Cole ("Dangerous"), and performers Meat Loaf ("Modern Girl"); Juice Newton; Oak Ridge Boys ("Little Things"); George Benson; Eric Carman; Harold Faltermeyer ("Axel F"); and John Parr ("Magical").

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Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Episode 37

6/15/85

7.5

Rick welcomes co-host Jack Wagner, and performers Mark Gray and Tammy Wynette ("Sometimes When We Touch"); Fiona ("Talk To Me"); Mary Jane Girls ("In My House"); Jeffery Osborne ("Let Me Know"); Dan Hartman("Get Outta Town"); Frankie Valli; Tom Petty; and Doug Henning (who performs during the #1 song).

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Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Rick Dees & Jack Wagner

Episode 38

6/22/85

7.2

Rick welcomes co-host Jack Wagner for a second week, and performers Bryan Adams ("Cuts Like a Knife"); Sawyer Brown ("Step That Step"); Patti LaBelle (#10 song New Attitude); Little River Band ("Don't Blame Me"); DeBarge("Who's Holding Donna Now"); Mel Tillis; and Alan Gorrie. And an interview with John Denver.

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Glen Campbell & Natalie Cole

Glen Campbell & Natalie Cole

Episode 39

6/29/85

7.5

Glen Campbell & Natalie Cole (Dangerous) welcome guests John Denver (Don't Close your Eyes Tonight/Dreamland Express); Howard Jones(Things Can Only get Better); Kool & the Gang (Fresh); Greg Phillinganes (Behind the Mask); Al Corley (Square Rooms); an interview with the Beach Boys.

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Glen Campbell & Natalie Cole

Glen Campbell & Natalie Cole

Episode 40

7/6/85

7.6

Glen & Natalie welcome Til Tuesday (Voices Carry); Corey Hart(Never Surrender); Byron Allen; Greg Kihn (Boys won't Leave the Girls Alone); Marie Osmond, Bon Jovi (Only Lonely) and Neil Sedaka. An interview with Carly Simon.

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Lou Rawls & Crystal Gayle

Lou Rawls & Crystal Gayle

Episode 41

7/13/85

7.7

Lou & Crystal (Touch and Go) welcome Kim Carnes(Crazy in the Night); Rick Springfield(State of the Heart); Wierd Al Yankovic(Like a Surgeon); James Ingram & Patti Austin(Baby Come to Me); Jean Knight (My Toot Toot); and Paul Young(Every Time You go Away). The conclusion of an interview with Carly Simon.

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Lou Rawls & Crystal Gayle

Lou Rawls & Crystal Gayle

Episode 42

7/20/85

7.3

Lou and Crystal welcome the Beach Boys; Animotion; Patti LaBelle; Melba Moore and Lillo Thomas ("When You Love Me Like This"); and Kenny Loggins. Comedy from Arsenio Hall. Plus, an interview with Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon.

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Guest Host Melissa Manchester

Guest Host Melissa Manchester

Episode 43

7/27/85

7.5

Melissa Manchester ("Energy") is this weeks host with guests: Katrina & the Waves("Walking on Sunshine"), Menudo("Hold Me"), Graham Parker("Wake Up Next to you"), Go West("Call Me"), Air Supply("Just as I Am"), Stephanie Mills("Bit by Bit"), and Mac Davis("I Never Made Love til I made it with You"). Comedy by Dennis Blair. An Interview with Sting.

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Laura Branigan & Ray Parker Jr

Laura Branigan & Ray Parker Jr

Episode 44

8/3/85

7.6

Guest Hosts Ray Parker Jr and Laura Branigan ("Spanish Eddie") welcome Billy Ocean ("Suddenly"); Graham Nash ("Don't Listen to the Rumors"); TG Sheppard; John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band; Howard Jones ("Life in One Day"); and Sha Na Na. Comedy of Arsenio Hall. An interview with Tina Turner.

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Ray Parker Jr

Ray Parker Jr

Episode 45

8/31/85

6.8

Guest host Ray Parker Jr. welcomes 'Til Tuesday ("Looking Over My Shoulder"); Roseanne Cash; Rene and Angela; Freddie Jackson; and Tom Jones. Additional song: "You Are No Angel."

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Solid Gold Christmas 1984

Solid Gold Christmas 1984

Episode 46

12/15/84

7.6

A special featuring popular stars performing the best in Christmas music hosted by Rick Dees and Crystal Gayle. Guests include America, Anne Murray, Laura Branigan, John Schneider, James Ingram, Peter, Paul & Mary, Jerry Reed, Richard Carpenter, Chipmunks, Andre Crouch, John Davidson, Julie McWhirter Dees, Roberta Flack, Barry Manilow, Bob Ridgely, Sister Sledge, Suzanne Somers, and Donna Summer.

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Solid Gold Countdown 84

Solid Gold Countdown 84

Episode 47

2/15/85

8.0

A countdown of the top 40 songs of 1984 hosted by Rick Dees. Performers include The Pointer Sisters; Rick Springfield; Irene Cara; Huey Lewis & the News; Dan Hartman; Denice Williams; Laura Branigan;Ray Parker Jr; Cyndi Lauper; Rockwell; Scandal featuring Patty Smyth; Thompson Twins; Tina Turner; John Waite; Culture Club; Stevie Wonder; and Kenny Loggins. Also features a coundown of the top 5 videos. Dance segments with the Solid Gold Dancers. Comedy featuring Rick Dees.

Live performances include "Jump (for My Love)" by The Pointer Sisters; "Breakdance" by Irene Cara with the Sold Gold Dancers; "Let's Hear it For the Boy" by Deniece Williams, and 'Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr. with the Solid Gold Dancers. "Madame Feldman" from the Metropolitan Opera Company performs a recap medley of songs #40 through #2.

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Dionne & Co-host Johnny Mathis

Dionne & Co-host Johnny Mathis

Episode 1

9/7/85

8.4

Dionne Warwick returns as series host and welcomes guests Johnny Mathis (co-host), Cock Robin ("When Your Heart Is Weak"), Tears for Fears ("Shout"), Tina Turner ("Private Dancer"), John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band, and Juice Newton. Comedian Arsenio Hall. Plus, an interview with Sting.

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Dionne & Boy George

Dionne & Boy George

Episode 2

8.5

Dionne welcomes special guests Culture Club (Love is Love), and performers Rick Nelson(Do You Know What I Mean), Billy Ocean (Mystery Lady), Sister Sledge (Frankie), Tears for Fears (Head over Heels); and Wham("Young Guns"). A special duet by Dionne & Boy George (I Say a Little Prayer). The #5 Song from Dionne (You're only Human").Comedy from Arsenio Hall.

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Dionne & Mac Davis

Dionne & Mac Davis

Episode 3

9/21/85

8.0

Dionne welcomes guests including co-host Mac Davis ("I Feel the Country Callin' Me"), Five Star ("All Fall Down"), John Parr ("St. Elmo's Fire"), Jack Wagner ("Too Young"), Sylvia, Maurice White("Stand By Me"), and Paul Young. Also, comedian Jeff Altman. Dionne does a duet with Maurice White.

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Dionne & Air Supply

Dionne & Air Supply

Episode 4

9/28/85

8.5

Dionne welcomes Air Supply (co-hosts), A-ha ("Take On Me"), Whitney Houston ("Saving all My Love for You"), King ("Love and Pride"), Kenny Loggins ("I'll Be There"), Michael Franks, and Ronnie Milsap. A solo from Dionne ("Cherish"). A medley of hits by Dionne & Air Supply. Also, comedian Jeff Altman.

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Dionne & David Foster

Dionne & David Foster

Episode 5

10/5/85

8.0

Dionne welcomes guests David Foster (Love Theme from St. Elmos Fire), Sheila E; Motels and John Schneider. A solo by Dionne (Freedom). A medley of hits by Dionne & David Foster.

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Dionne & El DeBarge

Dionne & El DeBarge

Episode 6

10/12/85

0.0

Dionne welcomes performers El Debarge; Natalie Cole (A Little Bit of Heaven); ABC (Be Near Me); Crystal Gayle; Manhattan Transfer; Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons; and OMD (So In Love). A solo from Dionne (Part-Time Lover). A medley duet by Dionne and El DeBarge (All this Love, Who's Holding Donna Now, Rhythm of the Night). An interview with the Pointer Sisters.moreless

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Dionne & Eddie Rabbitt

Dionne & Eddie Rabbitt

Episode 7

10/19/85

0.0

Starship performs "We Built This City" from their album Knee Deep in the Hoopla. Other performers are Eddie Rabbitt (co-host), Kool & the Gang ("Cherish"), Shannon ("Urgent"), Quarterflash, and Sister Sledge. Dionne Warwick and Eddie Rabbitt perform a duet ("You and I").

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Dionne & Luther Vandross

Dionne & Luther Vandross

Episode 8

10/26/85

0.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Luther Vandross ("Wait for Love"), Rosanne Cash ("Never Be You"), Ready for the World ("Oh Sheila"), Tom Jones, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and New Edition.

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Dionne Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 1)

Dionne Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 1)

Episode 9

11/2/85

9.3

Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 1 of 2).
The performers include Christopher Cross ("Arthur's Theme" from Arthur); The Pointer Sisters ("Neutron Dance" from Beverly Hills Cop); Rick Springfield ("Don't Walk Away" from Hard To Hold); Survivor ("Eye of the Tiger" from Rocky III); Deniece Williams - ("Let's Hear It for the Boy" from Footloose); Bonnie Tyler ("Holding Out for a Hero" from Footloose); Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes (Up Where We Belong).
Comedian Arsenio Hall. Plus, a tribute to the Bee Gees & Saturday Night Fever. Dionne performs "Fame" title song to the movie with the dancers and concludes the show with "The Way We Were".moreless

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Dionne Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 2)

Dionne Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 2)

Episode 10

11/9/85

9.0

Solid Gold Salutes the Movies (Part 2 of 2).
The performers include Kenny Loggins ("Footloose"); Ray Parker Jr. ("Ghostbusters"); The Pointer Sisters ("I'm So Excited" from National Lampoon Vacation); Stevie Wonder ("I Just Called to Say I Love You" fromThe Woman in Red); Waylon Jennings (Mamas Don't let your Baby's Grow Up to be Cowboys); Franki Valli (Grease)and John Parr (St. Elmo's Fire). A Salute to the Movie "Grease". Comedy from Mark McCollum. Dionne sings "Against All Odds".moreless

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Dionne & Stevie Wonder

Dionne & Stevie Wonder

Episode 11

11/16/85

9.2

Performers include Stevie Wonder (co-host, "Part-Time Lover"), Adam Ant ("Vive Le Rock"), Sheena Easton ("Do It For Love"), Kenny Rogers ("Morning Desire"), Kool and the Gang ("Emergency"), and Paul Young ("I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down"). Dionne covers Paul Young's previous hit "Every Time You Go Away." Dionne joins Stevie Wonder for a duet ("It's You").moreless

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Dionne & Stevie Wonder

Dionne & Stevie Wonder

Episode 12

11/23/85

9.4

Stevie Wonder, co-hosting for a second week, performs "Go Home." Dionne joins Stevie for a duet of "Weakness." Other performers include Laura Branigan ("Hold Me"); The Charlie Daniels Band; New Edition; Michael McDonald; and The Thompson Twins. Plus, part two of an interview with Phil Collins. Portions of the Top 10 are in the recap.moreless

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Dionne & Peter Allen

Dionne & Peter Allen

Episode 13

11/30/85

0.0

Performers include Peter Allen (co-host), Roger Miller ("River In The Rain"), John Parr ("Love Grammar"), Jennifer Holliday, Michael McDonald, and The Spinners. Plus, Olivia Newton-John is interviewed.

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Dionne Show # 14

Dionne Show # 14

Episode 14

12/7/85

0.0

Dionne Warwick joins The Spinners for their 1974 hit "Then Came You." Also appearing are Juice Newton ("Hurt"), Kenny Rogers ("Morning Desire"), Starship ("We Built This City"), Freddie Jackson, Howard Jones, and Wang Chung. Plus, an interview with Phil Collins.

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Dionne & Mac Davis

Dionne & Mac Davis

Episode 15

12/14/85

7.0

Performers include Mac Davis (co-host), Kim Carnes ("Begging For Favors"), Klymaxx ("I Miss You"), The Pointer Sisters ("Dare Me"), Corey Hart, The Judds, and B.J. Thomas. Plus, Part 1 of an interview with Kenny Loggins.

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Dionne & Mac Davis

Dionne & Mac Davis

Episode 16

1/11/86

8.0

Performers include Mac Davis (co-host), Cameo ("Single Life"), Robin Gibb ("Toys"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), John Waite ("The Choice"), and The Judds. Dionne sings "That's What Friends Are For." Also, Part 2 of the Kenny Loggins interview. Dionne sings a duet with her cousin Whitney Houston"You're a Friend of Mine".moreless

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Dionne & Larry Gatlin

Dionne & Larry Gatlin

Episode 17

1/18/86

7.0

Performers include Larry Gatlin (co-host) and the Gatlin Brothers, Andre Cymone ("Lipstick Lover"), Luther Vandross ("Never Too Much"), Pia Zadora ("Come Rain or Come Shine"), Corey Hart("Everything in My Heart"), and Ta Mara & the Seen("Everybody Dance"). A duet by Larry & Dionne ("Takin' Somebody with Me"). Dionne sings "Broken Wings".moreless

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Dionne & Burt Bacharach

Dionne & Burt Bacharach

Episode 18

1/25/86

8.0

Performers include Burt Bacharach (co-host), Kool & the Gang ("Emergency"), Stephanie Mills ("Stand Back"), 9.9 ("I Like the Way You Dance"), Howard Jones, Miami Sound Machine("Conga"), and Bobby Vinton. Dionne & Burt perform the #1 song "That's What Friends Are For," a song that Bacharach co-wrote (with Carole Bayer Sager). Dionne & Burt perform "Alfie", a hit from 1967. An interview with Grace Slick. See Recap for top 10 countdown.moreless

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Dionne & Christopher Cross

Dionne & Christopher Cross

Episode 19

2/1/86

8.0

Dionne welcomes co-host Christopher Cross ("Every Turn of the World"), Stevie Wonder ("Go Home"), Sheena Easton("Magic of Love"), John Schneider("What's a Memory like you doing in a love like this"), Thompson Twins("King for a Day"), and Paul Young("Everything Must Change"). Plus an interview with Kenny Loggins.
Dionne sings the #7 song "I Miss You" by Klymaxx. Dionne & Christopher Cross duet with Sailing, and Arthur's Theme.
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Dionne Show # 20

Dionne Show # 20

Episode 20

2/8/86

8.5

Performers include John Denver ("Dreamland Express"), Billy Ocean ("When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going"), Melissa Manchester & Al Jarreau("The Music of Goodbye"),Dire Straits("Sultans of Swing") and Michael McDonald. Dionne & Friends(Dionne, Gladys Knght, Stevie Wonder) perform live their former #1 song "That's What Friends are For" along with special guests Elizabeth Taylor, Carol Bayer Sager & Burt Bacharach. Plus, an interview with Pat Benatar. Dionne sings the #7 song "Go Home".moreless

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Dionne Love Songs Co-Host David Hasselhoff

Dionne Love Songs Co-Host David Hasselhoff

Episode 21

2/15/86

7.0

Dionne salutes Love Songs with co-host David Hasselhoff. Performers include Phil Collins, Huey Lewis & the News, Johnny Mathis, Teddy Pendergrass, The Pointer Sisters("Freedom"), Kenny Rogers, and Jack Wagner ("Love Can Take Us All the Way").
Also, Stevie Wonder and Dionne Warwick duet on "Weakness" (from The Woman in Red soundtrack).moreless

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Dionne & Anne Murray

Dionne & Anne Murray

Episode 22

2/22/86

0.0

Anne Murray (co-host, "Now And Forever"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know"), Maurice White ("I Need You"), Laura Branigan("I Found Someone"), Mike and the Mechanics("Silent Running"), and New Edition. Dionne sings the #4 song "When the Going Gets Tough". Plus, an interview with Julian Lennon.

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Dionne & Lorenzo Lamas

Dionne & Lorenzo Lamas

Episode 23

3/1/86

8.0

Performers include Lorenzo Lamas (co-host), Atlantic Starr ("Secret Lovers"), Thompson Twins ("King for a Day"), Louise Mandrell ("Some Girls Have All the Luck"), Dream Academy("Life In a Northern Town"), and The Temptations. Dionne sings her new single "Whisper in the Dark".

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Dionne & Glen Campbell

Dionne & Glen Campbell

Episode 24

3/8/86

0.0

Performers include Glen Campbell (co-host), ABC("How to be a Millionaire"), Baltimora ("Tarzan Boy"), Isley-Jasper-Isley ("Caravan of Love"), Sheila E. ("A Love Bizarre"), and Robert Tepper ("No Easy Way Out"). Plus an interview with Lionel Richie. Dionne performs "How Will I Know" a hit for her cousin Whitney Houston.

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Dionne & Billy Dee Williams

Dionne & Billy Dee Williams

Episode 25

3/15/86

8.2

Dionne welcomes performers including Billy Dee Williams (co-host); an interview with Little Richard ("Great Gosh Amighty") ; Michael McDonald; Lee Greenwood("Streamline"); Marilyn Martin ("Night Moves"); Jose Feliciano & Diane Schuur; and the Pick Hit from Opus ("Live is Life"). Comedy from Glenn Super. A solo from Dionne of Kyrie a #1 hit by Mr. Mister. A duet by Dionne & Michael McDonald (I'll Never Love this Way Again, I Keep Forgeting).moreless

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Dionne & Smokey Robinson

Dionne & Smokey Robinson

Episode 26

3/22/86

7.7

Performers include Smokey Robinson (co-host, "Hold On to Your Love"), A-ha ("Train of Thought"), Sly Fox ("Let's Go All The Way"), Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"), Dan Seals ("Bop"), and Marie Osmond("Read My Lips"). Plus an interview with Little Richard. A solo from Dionne (This Could be the Night by Loverboy).moreless

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Guest Host Gladys Knight

Guest Host Gladys Knight

Episode 27

3/29/86

7.6

Guest host Gladys Knight welcomes performers Culture Club ("Move Away"), Exile ("I Could Get Used to You"), Five Star ("Let Me Be the One"), The Force M.D.'s ("Tender Love"), Barry Manilow("He doesn't Care but I do"/ "It's a Long way up"), and Jennifer Rush. An appearance by Mike the Dog. Also Gladys Knight and the Pips with their classic ("I've got to Use My Imagination").moreless

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Guest Host Julian Lennon

Guest Host Julian Lennon

Episode 28

4/26/86

7.2

Performers include Julian Lennon (guest host, "Stick Around"), Peter Frampton ("Lying"), Melissa Manchester and Al Jarreau ("The Music Of Goodbye"), Cherrelle featuring Alexander O'Neal ("A Broken Heart Can Mend"), Vanity ("Under The Influence"), Anne Murray, Robert Tepper("No Easy Way Out"), and OMD. Also, Waylon Jennings is interviewed.

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Dionne & Gordon Thomson

Dionne & Gordon Thomson

Episode 29

5/3/86

7.7

Dionne welcomes Gordon Thomson, from Dynasty, as the co-host. This week's performers include The Bangles("Manic Monday"), Culture Club("God Thank You Woman"), Ronnie Milsap("Happy Happy Birthday Baby"), Miami Sound Machine("Bad Boy"), Robert Palmer("Addicted to Love"), and Teddy Pendergrass("Love for Two"). Plus, an interview with Smokey Robinson, and a flashback to 1977. A solo by Dionne ("Secret Lovers"). A duet by Dionne & Ronnie Milsap ("Any Day Now").
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Dionne & Stephen Bishop

Dionne & Stephen Bishop

Episode 30

5/10/86

7.9

Performers include Alabama ("She and I"), the Greg Kihn Band ("Love And Rock And Roll"), Stephen Bishop, Animotion, Janet Jackson, Barry Manilow, and Graham Nash. Plus, the second part of the Smokey Robinson interview. A solo from Dionne with "Little Bit of Love" a New Edition #1 R&B hit. Dionne and Stephen Bishop duet on "Separate Lives" to close the show.moreless

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Dionne & Frank Sinatra

Dionne & Frank Sinatra

Episode 31

5/17/86

7.8

Special Co-host Frank Sinatra sings "Mack the Knife." Dionne joins Frank for a duet of "You And Me." Additional performers include Air Supply("The One That You Love"), Juice Newton, and Smokey Robinson. Comedian Joe Piscopo, doing his Frank Sinatra impersonation, sings "Hit Me with Your Best Shot," "Under My Thumb" and "Born to Run". A Solo from Dionne "Come Fly with Me".
Plus, the first half of an interview with Phil Collins. The Solid Gold dancers feature a countdown of Frank Sinatra Hits with "New York,New York" at #1.moreless

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Dionne & Roy Clark

Dionne & Roy Clark

Episode 32

5/24/86

7.4

Performers include Roy Clark (co-host, "Tobacco Road"), Morris Day ("The Character"), Dennis DeYoung ("Call Me"), The Fabulous Thunderbirds ("Tuff Enuff"), and Little Richard ("Great Gosh A'mighty"). Dionne sings "We Built This City (on Rock 'n' Roll)." Dionne and Roy Clark perform "Bye Bye Love." Plus, the second half of a Phil Collins interview.moreless

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Dionne Show # 33

Dionne Show # 33

Episode 33

5/31/86

7.4

Performers include Philip Bailey ("State of the Heart"), Gary Morris ("Anything Goes"), Nu Shooz ("I Can't Wait"), Feargal Sharkey ("You Little Thief"), Kim Carnes("Divided Hearts"), Robert Palmer("Addicted to Love"), and Starpoint("Til the end of Time"). Ozzy Osborne is interviewed. Dionne sings the #8 Song "Bad Boy".

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Dionne Show 34

Dionne Show 34

Episode 34

6/7/86

8.0

Dionne's guests include Stevie Wonder ("Part Time Lover"), Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine ("Bad Boy"), Honeymoon Suite ("Feel It Again"), The Jets ("Crush on You"), Marilyn Martin ("Move Closer"), Charlie Daniels Band, and the SOS Band.

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Dionne Show 35

Dionne Show 35

Episode 35

7/5/86

8.1

Dionne welcomes performers Culture Club ("Move Away"), El DeBarge ("Who's Johnny"), Electric Light Orchestra("Calling America"), Exile ("Super Love"), Peter Frampton ("All Eyes on You" & an interview), Level 42 ("Something About You"), and James Ingram.
Dionne performs a solo ("There'll be Sad Songs" by Billy Ocean). A duet by Dionne & James Ingram.moreless

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Dionne Show #36

Dionne Show #36

Episode 36

7/12/86

7.8

Performers include A-ha ("Hunting High and Low"), Falco ("Vienna Calling"), Patti Austin, The Bangles, Kenny Loggins, Smokey Robinson, and The Golden Boys of Bandstand (former teen idols Frankie Avalon, Fabian, and Bobby Rydell).
Plus an interview with Julian Lennon. A Dionne solo (On My Own).

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Dionne Country Gold

Dionne Country Gold

Episode 37

7/19/86

6.7

Performers include Glen Campbell ("It's Just a Matter of Time"), Ronnie Milsap ("Lost in the Fifties Tonight"), Marie Osmond ("Read My Lips"), Kenny Rogers ("Morning Desire"), Alabama, and The Charlie Daniels Band. Eddie Rabbitt and Juice Newton perform their #1 Country hit "Both to Each Other (Friends and Lovers)."

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Dionne Solid Gold Soul

Dionne Solid Gold Soul

Episode 38

7/26/86

7.2

Performers include Kenny Loggins ("I'll Be There"), James Ingram and Michael McDonald ("Yah Mo B There"), Billy Ocean ("When the Going Gets Tough (the Tough Get Going)"), El DeBarge, Janet Jackson("What Have you Done for me Lately"), Kool & the Gang, Little Richard("Great Gosh Amighty"), and Luther Vandross. A solo from Dionne (Go Home).
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Dionne Ladies of the 80's

Dionne Ladies of the 80's

Episode 39

8/23/86

7.3

The Ladies of the '80s include The Bangles ("Manic Monday"), Sheena Easton ("Sugar Walls"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), Patti LaBelle ("New Attitude"), The Pointer Sisters ("Freedom"), Sheila E., and Juice Newton. Grace Slick is featured in this week's interview segment.

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Dionne #1 Singles

Dionne #1 Singles

Episode 40

8/30/86

8.5

Performers include A-ha ("Take On Me"), Falco ("Rock Me Amadeus"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?" & "Saving All My Love for You"), Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"), Starship ("We Built This City"), Tears for Fears ("Shout"), and Stevie Wonder ("Part-Time Lover"), and John Parr. Dionne sings "That's What Friends are For".
Plus an interview with Phil Collins.moreless

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Solid Gold Christmas 1985

Solid Gold Christmas 1985

Episode 52

12/15/85

7.9

A special featuring popular stars performing the best in Christmas music hosted by Dionne Warwick featuring co-host Eddie Rabbitt. Guests include Donna Summer, Barry Manilow; Anne Murray; James Ingram; Crystal Gayle; New Edition; Laura Branigan; Peter, Paul & Mary; John Schneider; Captain & Tenille; Andrae Crouch; Suzanne Somers; Richard Carpenter; and the Chipmunks. The Comedy of Arsenio Hall. A solo by Dionne opens the show.moreless

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Solid Gold Countdown 85

Solid Gold Countdown 85

Episode 53

2/15/86

8.0

A countdown of the top 40 songs of 1985 hosted by Dionne Warwick. Performers include Madonna; Stevie Wonder; Julian Lennon; Tina Turner; Pointer Sisters; REO Speedwagon; Whitney Houston; Starship; Billy Ocean; Tears for Fears; Kool & the Gang; Paul Young; Chaka Khan; Thompson Twins; DeBarge; and John Parr. Interviews with Sting; Kenny Rogers; Phil Collins; and Hall and Oates. Comedy with Arsenio Hall. A countdown of the top 5 videos and Top 40 singles of 1985 featuring the Solid Gold Dancers.moreless

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Solid Gold & Summer Love

Solid Gold & Summer Love

Episode 54

7/15/86

7.4

A summer special featuring Love Songs hosted by Dionne Warwick. Julio Iglesias joins Dionne for "Grande, Grande, Grande." Other performers are Belinda Carlisle ("Mad About You"), Kenny Loggins ("Danger Zone"), Miami Sound Machine ("Conga" and "Words Get in the Way"), Eddie Rabbitt ("Repetitive Regret"), Air Supply, the Beach Boys, Johnny Rivers, and Sha Na Na.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Debut

Solid Gold 87 Debut

Episode 1

9/13/86

7.7

Marilyn McCoo returns as the host and introduces guests Belinda Carlisle ("Mad About You"), Carl Anderson & Gloria Loring ("Friends and Lovers"), Peter Cetera ("Glory of Love"), James Ingram ("Always"), Steppenwolf ("Born to Be Wild"), and Culture Club ("Work on me Baby"). A duet by Marilyn and James Ingram ("Just Once").
The regulars this season are comedian Arsenio Hall and music reporter Nina Blackwood. Nina interviews Belinda Carlisle.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 2

Solid Gold 87 Show 2

Episode 2

9/20/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes guests including Culture Club ("Work on Me Baby"), Julian Lennon ("Want Your Body"), Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom"), Billy Ocean ("Love Zone"), and Toto ("I'll Be Over You"). In the Flashback segment, the Captain and Tennille perform "Love Will Keep Us Together."

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Solid Gold 87 Show 3

Solid Gold 87 Show 3

Episode 3

9/27/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Big Country ("Look Away"), Earl Thomas Conley and Anita Pointer ("Too Many Times"), Johnny Mathis and Henry Mancini ("Taking a Chance on Love"), Gavin Christopher, and Robert Palmer. In the Flashback segment, Blood, Sweat & Tears (with David Clayton-Thomas) perform "You Made Me So Very Happy." Plus, an interview with Paul Simon.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 4

Solid Gold 87 Show 4

Episode 4

10/4/86

7.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crystal Gayle ("Cry"), The Moody Blues ("Your Wildest Dreams"/"The Other Side of Life"), Graham Nash ("Chippin' Away"), Stacey Q ("Two of Hearts"), The Temptations, and Jack Wagner.
Plus, an interview with John Fogerty.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 5

Solid Gold 87 Show 5

Episode 5

10/11/86

7.1

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Peter Cetera and Amy Grant ("The Next Time I Fall"), Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers ("Somebody's Baby"), The Los Angeles Raiders ("Silver/Black Attack"), Chaka Khan("Tight Fit"), Judy Collins ("Moonfall");and The Miami Sound Machine("Bad Boy & Falling in Love".
In the Flashback segment, Bachman-Turner Overdrive perform "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet."
Plus, Nina has an interview with The Monkees.
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Solid Gold 87 Show 6

Solid Gold 87 Show 6

Episode 6

10/18/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson ("A Little Bit More"), Peter, Paul and Mary ("No Easy Walk to Freedom"), George Benson, Michael McDonald, Juice Newton, and Regina. In the Flashback segment, Paul Revere and the Raiders perform "Kicks." Plus, an interview with Patti Labelle.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 7

Solid Gold 87 Show 7

Episode 7

10/25/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Belinda Carlisle ("I Feel the Magic"), Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Full Force ("All Cried Out"), Eddie Money ("Take Me Home Tonight"), Kenny G., and Dwight Yoakam. In the Flashback segment, Ben E. King sings "Stand By Me." Plus, an interview with Steve Winwood.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 8

Solid Gold 87 Show 8

Episode 8

11/1/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Air Supply ("One More Chance"), The Beach Boys ("California Dreamin'"), New Edition ("Earth Angel"), Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"), and The Commodores. In the Flashback segment, Paul & Paula sing "Hey Paula."

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Solid Gold 87 Show 9

Solid Gold 87 Show 9

Episode 9

11/8/86

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), Kool & The Gang ("Victory"), Toto ("I'll Be Over You"), Wang Chung ("Everybody Have Fun Tonight"), and Johnny Mathis.
In the 1965 Flashback segment, Gary Lewis & the Playboys perform "This Diamond Ring."
Plus, an interview with Daryl Hall.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 10

Solid Gold 87 Show 10

Episode 10

11/15/86

7.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Janet Jackson ("What Have You Done for Me Lately?"), Peter Cetera with Amy Grant ("Next Time I Fall"), Til Tuesday, Al Jarreau, Gloria Loring, and Nu Shooz. In the 1962 Flashback segment, Tommy Roe performs "Sheila."

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Solid Gold 87 Show 11

Solid Gold 87 Show 11

Episode 11

11/22/86

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Christopher Cross ("Loving Strangers"), Miami Sound Machine ("Falling in Love"), Eddie Money ("Take Me Home Tonight"), Luther Vandross ("Give Me The Reason"/ "Stop to Love"), and Juice Newton ("What will I do with my Heart").
In the flashback segment, Bobby Sherman sings "Easy Come Easy Go."
Plus, Nina has an interview with Aretha Franklin.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 12

Solid Gold 87 Show 12

Episode 12

11/29/86

7.7

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crystal Gayle ("Straight from The Heart"), Sergio Mendes and Brasil '86 ("Take This Love"), Sparks ("Fingertips"), and Toni Tennille ("How High The Moon").
In the Flashback segment, Neil Sedaka performs "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do."
 Plus, an interview with Stevie Wonder. Marilyn does a solo "Loverboy"moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 13

Solid Gold 87 Show 13

Episode 13

12/6/86

7.3

Marilyn McCoo welcomes guests Anita Baker ("Caught Up in the Rapture"), Belinda Carlisle and Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), Johnny Cash ("Big Light"), Michael McDonald ("Our Love"), Samantha Fox, and John Parr("Blame it on the Radio"). In the Flashback segment, Bobby Vinton sings "Blue Velvet." Plus, Nina has an interview with The Pointer Sisters.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 14

Solid Gold 87 Show 14

Episode 14

12/13/86

7.3

In a salute to rock and roll, Marilyn McCoo introduces performances from past shows including Bryan Adams ("Straight from the Heart"), Chuck Berry ("Sweet Little 16"), Heart ("Barracuda"), Rick Nelson ("You Know What I Mean"), The Pretenders ("Middle of the Road"), R.E.O. Speedwagon ("Can't Fight This Feeling"), Starship ("We Built This City"), and Tears for Fears.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 15

Solid Gold 87 Show 15

Episode 15

1/10/87

7.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Michael Johnson ("Give Me Wings"), Stacy Lattisaw ("Nail It to the Wall"), Eddie Money ("I Wanna Go Back"), Klymaxx("Sexy"), Marie Osmond, and Timbuk 3("Futures So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades"). In the Flashback segment (1964), The Searchers perform "Love Potion Number 9."
Plus, an interview with The Pointer Sisters.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 16 w/ Chicago

Solid Gold 87 Show 16 w/ Chicago

Episode 16

1/17/87

9.1

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chicago ("Will You Still Love Me?"/ "It's Alright"), Cameo ("Word Up"), El DeBarge ("Someone"), and Eddie Rabbitt ("Gotta Have You").
In the Flashback segment, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown performs "Fire."
Plus, Nina has an interview with Robert Palmer.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 17 w/ Toto

Solid Gold 87 Show 17 w/ Toto

Episode 17

1/24/87

7.8

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Toto ("Could This Be Love"/"Without your Love"), Chico DeBarge ("Talk to Me"), Restless Heart ("I'll Still Be Loving You"), Wang Chung ("Let's Go"), and Billy Preston.
In the Flashback segment, Terry Stafford performs his 1964 hit "Suspicion."
Plus, an interview with Little Richard.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 18

Solid Gold 87 Show 18

Episode 18

1/31/87

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Dwight Yoakam("Little Sister"); countdown recap from Richard Moll (from TV's Night Court), Belinda Carlisle and Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), Anita Baker ("Caught Up in the Rapture"), Bon Jovi ("Runaway"), and The Georgia Satellites("Keep your Hands to Yourself").
In the Flashback segment, The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions." Behind the scenes with Dancers Darrell & Leslie. A solo from Marilyn "Hello" by Lionel Richie.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 19 Countdown 86 Pt 1

Solid Gold 87 Show 19 Countdown 86 Pt 1

Episode 19

2/7/87

7.8

A countdown of the Top 20 songs of 1986. This episode, covering #20 to #11, features performances by Kenny Loggins ("Danger Zone"); Gloria Loring and Carl Anderson ("Friends and Lovers"); Robert Palmer ("I Didn't Mean To Turn You On"); El Debarge ("Who's Johnny"); NuSchooz ("I Can't Wait"); Thompson Twins ("King for a Day"); and Klymaxx ("I Miss You"). Plus, interviews with Kenny Rogers, Robert Palmer, and the Monkees.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 20 Countdown 86 pt 2

Solid Gold 87 Show 20 Countdown 86 pt 2

Episode 20

2/14/87

7.8

A countdown of the Top 20 songs of 1986. This episode, covering #10 to #1, features Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"); Peter Cetera ("Glory Of Love"); Belinda Carlisle ("Mad About You"); Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom"); Robert Palmer ("Addicted To Love"); and Falco ("Rock Me Amadeus"). Dionne Warwick & Friends (Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager) perform "That's What Friends Are For." Plus, interviews with The Pointer Sisters, Michael McDonald, and Stevie Wonder.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 21

Solid Gold 87 Show 21

Episode 21

2/21/87

7.3

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chicago("Will you Still Love Me?"), Little Richard("Great Gosh Amighty"), Kool and the Gang ("Victory"), Anne Murray ("On and On"), and Billy Vera & the Beaters ("At This Moment").
In the Flashback segment, John Sebastian performs "Do You Believe In Magic?"
Plus, the first half of an interview with David Lee Roth. Behind the scenes with dancers Regan & Jamilah.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 22

Solid Gold 87 Show 22

Episode 22

2/28/87

7.2

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Samantha Fox ("Touch Me I Want Your Body"), Bob Geldof ("Love Like A Rocket"), Kris Kristofferson ("They Killed Him"), Kenny Loggins ("Meet Me Halfway"), Survivor ("How Much Love"), and The Jets. In the Flashback segment, Carl Perkins performs "Blue Suede Shoes." Don King appears in a comedy bit with Arsenio Hall. Plus, an interview with Cyndi Lauper.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 23

Solid Gold 87 Show 23

Episode 23

3/7/87

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Johnny Cash ("Big River"), Peter Cetera ("Big Mistake"), Meat Loaf and John Parr ("Rock 'N' Roll Mercenaries"), Melba Moore ("Falling"), and 'Til Tuesday.
In the Flashback segment, Peggy March sings "I Will Follow Him."
Plus, Nina has the conclusion of the David Lee Roth interview.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 24

Solid Gold 87 Show 24

Episode 24

3/14/87

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Chico DeBarge ("The Girl Next Door"), Expose ("Come Go with Me"), Eddie Money ("I Wanna Go Back"), Jody Watley ("Looking for a New Love"), Georgia Satelites("Keep your Hands to Yourself"), and Sweethearts of the Rodeo.
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons perform the 1978 hit "Grease."
Plus, Nina has an interview with Mary Wilson.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 25

Solid Gold 87 Show 25

Episode 25

3/21/87

6.9

Marilyn McCoo welcomes comedian Roseanne Barr, Bo Diddley ("Bo Diddley"), Grace Jones ("Crush"), Toto ("Without Your Love"), Billy Vera and the Beaters ("I Can Take Care of Myself"), Tom Wopat ("The Rock and Roll of Love"), and Stacey Q. Plus, an interview with Kris Kristofferson.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 26

Solid Gold 87 Show 26

Episode 26

3/28/87

7.5

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers ("Talkin' to the Moon"), Glass Tiger ("I Will Be There"), Luther Vandross ("Stop to Love"), Wang Chung ("Let's Go"), and Robbie Nevil("Dominoes").
Ben E. King performs his 1961 hit "Spanish Harlem".
Bob Geldof is interviewed by Nina Blackwood. Marilyn performs "Dancing in the Dark".moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 27

Solid Gold 87 Show 27

Episode 27

4/4/87

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Crowded House ("Don't Dream It's Over"), Samantha Fox ("Do Ya Do Ya (Wanna Please Me)"), Jeff Lorber featuring Karyn White ("Facts of Love"), Eddie Money ("Endless Nights"), Tanya Tucker ("I'll Come Back As Another Woman"), and Johnny Mathis. Dave Mason performs his 1977 hit "We Just Disagree." Plus, an interview with Billy Vera.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 28

Solid Gold 87 Show 28

Episode 28

5/2/87

7.5

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Kool & the Gang ("Stone Love"), Kenny Loggins ("Meet Me Half Way"), Gloria Loring, Survivor("How Much Love"), Steve Wariner("Smalltown Girl"), and Andy Williams.
The Righteous Brothers perform their 1965 hit "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
Plus, the first half of an interview with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 29

Solid Gold 87 Show 29

Episode 29

5/9/87

8.0

This episode features host Marilyn McCoo reuniting with the 5th Dimension for their 1967 hit "Up-Up And Away."
Also appearing are Grace Jones ("Crush"), Oingo Boingo ("Not My Slave"), Smokey Robinson ("Just To See Her"), Kris Kristofferson, Louise Mandrell, Jack Wagner, and comedian Paul Rodriguez.
Plus, the second half of an interview with Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 30

Solid Gold 87 Show 30

Episode 30

5/16/87

7.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Alabama ("You've Got The Touch"), Club Nouveau ("Lean On Me"), The Commodores ("United in Love"), Expose ("Come Go with Me"), The Thompson Twins ("Get That Love"), and Freddie Jackson. In the Flashback segment, The Byrds perform their 1965 hit "Mr. Tambourine Man." Plus, an interview with Bob Segar.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 31 Salute to the '60s

Solid Gold 87 Show 31 Salute to the '60s

Episode 31

5/23/87

8.3

In this Salute to the '60s, Marilyn McCoo welcomes The Beach Boys; Blood, Sweat and Tears; The Grass Roots; Ben E. King; Martha Reeves; Paul Revere and the Raiders; Tommy Roe; John Sebastian; and Steppenwolf. Also, comedy bits with '60s TV icons Alan Hale, Linda Kaye, George Lindsey, Ken Osmond, and Adam West. Plus, an interview with the Monkees.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 32

Solid Gold 87 Show 32

Episode 32

5/30/87

0.0

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Bunny DeBarge ("Save the Best for Me (Best of Your Lovin')"), Gary Morris ("Plain Brown Wrapper"), Billy Vera & the Beaters ("Let You Get Away"), Deniece Williams ("Never Say Never"), Glass Tiger, and Robbie Nevil. In the Flashback segment, Dion performs his 1961 hit "The Wanderer." Plus, the second half of the Bob Segar interview.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 33

Solid Gold 87 Show 33

Episode 33

7/11/87

8.1

Wayland Flowers & Madame return for this episode. Also appearing are The Gregg Allman Band ("I'm No Angel"), John Conlee ("Domestic Life"), Expose ("Point Of No Return"), John Parr ("Don't Worry 'bout Me"), Kim Wilde ("You Keep Me Hangin' On"), and Smokey Robinson. In the Flashback segment, Danny & the Juniors (featuring Joe Terry) perform "At the Hop." Plus, an interview with David Lee Roth.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 34

Solid Gold 87 Show 34

Episode 34

7/18/87

7.6

Marilyn McCoo welcomes Atlantic Starr ("Always"), Cutting Crew ("One for the Mockingbird"), Gloria Estefan & the Miami Sound Machine ("Rhythm Is Gonna Get You"), Mickey Gilley ("Full Grown Fool"), Natalie Cole, and The Thompson Twins. In the Flashback segment, Lesley Gore sings "It's My Party." Plus, a repeat of the May 1987 interview with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 35 Songs from the Movies

Solid Gold 87 Show 35 Songs from the Movies

Episode 35

7/25/87

7.6

Songs from the Movies with performances by Peter Cetera ("Glory of Love" from The Karate Kid, Part II); Little Richard ("Great Gosh A'Mighty (It's A Matter Of Time)" from Down and Out in Beverly Hills); Kenny Loggins ("Danger Zone" fromTop Gun); Melissa Manchester and Al Jarreau ("The Music Of Goodbye" from Out of Africa); Michael McDonald ("Sweet Freedom" from Running Scared); Wang Chung ("To Live and Die in L.A."); and El DeBarge.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 36 Ladies of the 80's

Solid Gold 87 Show 36 Ladies of the 80's

Episode 36

8/1/87

7.5

The 1987 edition of Ladies of the '80s features performances by The Bangles ("Manic Monday"), Whitney Houston ("How Will I Know?"), Janet Jackson ("What Have You Done for Me Lately?"), The Judds ("Have Mercy"), Kim Wilde ("You Keep Me Hangin' On"), Belinda Carlisle, and Gloria Estefan & the Miami Sound Machine. Plus, the Pointer Sisters are interviewed.moreless

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Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Number One Singles

Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Number One Singles

Episode 37

8/29/87

0.0

A Number One Singles show with performances by Club Nouveau ("Lean on Me"); Exposé ("Come Go With Me"); Georgia Satellites ("Keep Your Hands to Yourself"); Robert Palmer ("Addicted to Love"); Tears for Fears ("Shout"); and Jody Watley. Plus, Bob Seger is interviewed.

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Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Solid Gold Soul

Solid Gold 87 Show 37 Solid Gold Soul

Episode 37

9/5/87

7.3

An episode highlighting "Solid Gold Soul" with performances by Smokey Robinson ("Just to See Her"); The Jets ("Crush on You"); Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam ("All Cried Out"); Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson ("A Little Bit More"); Luther Vandross ("Give Me the Reason"); Kenny G.; and the Jets. Plus, an interview with Mary Wilson.moreless

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Solid Gold in Concert Debut

Solid Gold in Concert Debut

Episode 1

9/19/87

8.6

"From Paramount Studios in Hollywood California" The 8th season Solid Gold in Concert begins with a new format and host Marilyn McCoo with Music reporter Nina Blackwood. Guests include Atlantic Starr ("One Lover at a time", "I'm in Love"); Dan Hill ("Can't we Try"); Dwight Yoakum("Little Ways"); Eddie Money("We Should be Sleeping"); DeBarge("Dance All Night"); Danny Wilson("Mary's Prayer"); a Flashback from Strawberry Alarm Clock ("Incense & Peppermints"). Comedy from Ritch Shydner. A special performance by Christopher. A cameo by Donna Douglas of the Beverly Hillbillies.moreless

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Solid Gold in Concert #2

Solid Gold in Concert #2

Episode 2

9/26/87

7.4

Marilyn welcomes guests Donna Summer (Dinner with Gershwin); Glen Campbell; The Whispers (Rock Steady); John Waite; Flashback from Gary Puckett. A cameo from Peter Graves.

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Solid Gold in Concert #3

Solid Gold in Concert #3

Episode 3

10/3/87

0.0

Guest host Lisa Hartman welcomes Jody Whatley; Cutting Crew ("I've Been In Love Before"); Ana; The Judds; and a flashback from Chad and Jeremy ("Summer Song"). Plus, a cameo from Dawn Wells of Gilligan's Island.

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Solid Gold in Concert #4

Solid Gold in Concert #4

Episode 4

10/10/87

6.6

Guest Host Alan Thicke welcomes Gregg Allman; Sawyer Brown; Jonathan Butler; Tiffany (I think we're alone Now) and a flashback from Nicolette Larson (Lotta Love). Vic Tayback (Alice) makes a Cameo.

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Solid Gold in Concert #5

Solid Gold in Concert #5

Episode 5

10/15/87

7.0

Marilyn welcomes Lee Greenwood (If there's any Justice); Natalie Cole; Jellybean with Elisa Fiorillo; the Monkees(Every Step of the Way); the Fat Boys (Wipeout); The Charlie Daniels Band (Bottom Line); and a flashback from Paul Revere and the Raiders (Just Like Me). A cameo from Butch Patrick (Munsters).

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Solid Gold in Concert #6

Solid Gold in Concert #6

Episode 6

10/24/87

7.1

Marilyn welcomes Belinda Carlise (Heaven is a Place on Earth, I Get Weak); Go West (Don't look Down); Anita Pointer; The Forester Sisters(I Choose you Again); Glen Burtnick (Follow You); a flashback from 1975 with America. A cameo by Ron Palillo (Welcome Back Kotter).

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Solid Gold in Concert #7

Solid Gold in Concert #7

Episode 7

10/31/87

0.0

Marilyn welcomes New Monkees (What I Want); Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine (Betcha Say That); The Jets (I do You); Debbie Gibson (Shake your Love); Sherman Hemsley (Eyes in the Dark); Juice Newton (Tell me True); and Timothy B Schmidt (Boys Night Out). A Flashback to 1980 with the Spinners (Working my Way back to You). A cameo by Adam Rich (Eight is Enough). Comedian Byron Allen.moreless

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Solid Gold in Concert #8

Solid Gold in Concert #8

Episode 8

11/7/87

0.0

Marilyn welcomes guests include Great White (Rock Me); Stevie Wonder (Part Time Lover); Donna Summer (All Systems Go); The Desert Rose Band; Swing Out Sister (Break Out); ABC (The Night you Murdered Love)a flashback from the Association. A cameo by Burt Ward of Batman.

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Solid Gold in Concert #9

Solid Gold in Concert #9

Episode 9

11/14/87

6.8

Marilyn welcomes guests including Natalie Cole; Cutting Crew(Any Colour); Tiffany (I think We're Alone Now); Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine (Betcha Say That); Earl Thomas Conley; a flashback featuring Firefall. A cameo by Anson Williams of Happy Days. Comedy from Diane Nichols and Mat Plendl.

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Solid Gold in Concert #10

Solid Gold in Concert #10

Episode 10

11/21/87

6.9

Marilyn welcomes guests including Belinda Carlisle (Heaven is a Place on Earth); Chico Debarge; Dwight Yoakum; Pretty Poison (Catch me I'm Falling); German band "The Other Ones" (Holiday); Michael Bolton; a flashback featuring Bobby Sherman. Comedian George Wallace. A cameo by Barry Williams (Brady Bunch).

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Solid Gold in Concert #11

Solid Gold in Concert #11

Episode 11

11/28/87

6.6

Marilyn welcomes guests including Steve Wariner; Pia Zadora; Wa Wa Nee (Sugar Free); Deja (You and Me Tonight); Jellybean featuring Steve Dante; Tina Yothers; a flashback to 1959 featuring Frankie Avalon (Venus). Comedian Ritch Shydner. A cameo by Paul Peterson of the Donna Reed show.

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Solid Gold in Concert #12

Solid Gold in Concert #12

Episode 12

1/30/88

6.9

Guest Host Alan Thicke welcomes performers Laura Branigan (Power of Love)Marlon Jackson; Men Without Hats (Pop Goes the World); The Kane Gang (Motortown); a Flashback to 1971 from Hamilton, Joe , Frank & Reynolds (Don't Pull your Love). A cameo by Jo Ann Worley (Laugh In). Comedy from Nancy Parker.

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Solid Gold in Concert #13

Solid Gold in Concert #13

Episode 13

2/6/88

6.8

Lisa Hartman is the guest host. Guests include the Jets (Rocket 2 U); Tiffany (Coulda Been); Martha Davis; KT Oslin; a flashback from 1961 with Bobby Lewis. Comedian Tom McKillan. A cameo from Frank Bank (Leave it to Beaver).

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Solid Gold Rock N Roll

Solid Gold Rock N Roll

Episode 14

2/13/88

6.4

First of 2 shows featuring Rock N Roll Artists. All is previously shown material from earlier seasons. Marilyn's guests include Cutting Crew (Any Color); Great White; Greg Allman (I'm no Angel); Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley); Hooters (And We Danced); and Bob Geldof. Comedy from Jeff Cesario and George Wallace. Also featuring hula hoop champion Mat Plendl.moreless

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Solid Gold Rock N Roll

Solid Gold Rock N Roll

Episode 15

2/20/88

6.4

Second of 2 shows featuring Rock 'n' Roll artists. Marilyn's guests include Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes"); ABC; Peter Frampton; Glass Tiger; Moody Blues; and John Waite.

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Solid Gold Salutes the 60's

Solid Gold Salutes the 60's

Episode 16

2/27/88

6.5

The performers include the Byrds ("Turn, Turn, Turn"); Lesley Gore ("It's My Party"); Ben E. King ("Stand by Me"); and Bobby Vinton ("Blue Velvet").

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Solid Gold Love Songs, Part 1

Solid Gold Love Songs, Part 1

Episode 17

3/5/88

6.2

Performers include Dan Hill ("Can't We Try?"); Marlon Jackson ("Baby Tonight"); Billy Ocean ("Love Zone"); and Toto ("Could This Be Love?").

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Solid Gold Love Songs, Part 2