DO COLLEGE KIDS KNOW 70s MUSIC? #3 (REACT: Do They Know It?)
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DO COLLEGE KIDS KNOW 70s MUSIC? #3 (REACT: Do They Know It?)


– ♪ …feel that heat ♪ – (singing along)
♪ And we can ride the boogie ♪ – (singing along) ♪ …all night ♪ Oh, who are you? ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we’re gonna
see how well you know ’70s music. – Oh, ooh, ooh. It’s not my strongest genre. – Why? (laughing) I’m gonna do so bad again. – This’ll probably go as a lot
of the other ones have gone. It’s like, “Oh, I’ve heard it,
but I don’t know who the song is or the artist is.” – I did really solid
last time we’ve done this, so I’m kind of excited about this. – I think the ’70s music
was the one that I’m best at. So I think maybe I’ll do kind of good. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (metal music) ♪ – ♪ (vocalizing song) ♪ – ♪ (vocalizing song) ♪ This is actually the first song
I learned on guitar. – ♪ He was turned to steel ♪
– Yeah, I know this song. – ♪ In the great magnetic field ♪ ♪ When he traveled time ♪
– (humming along) ♪ (vocalizing song) ♪ – ♪ Nobody wants him ♪ – I don’t know if I know
what it’s called, but I know the song! – Really good. It’s actually, I think,
one of the most iconic songs. – It’s great and it’s
like heavy metal rock and it gets you in the mood
to [bleep] [bleep] up. – (FBE) And do you know it?
– No, I don’t know it. – No. – “Iron Man.”
It’s by Black Sabbath. – Isn’t it “Iron Man”?
It’s Black Sabbath. – “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath. – “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath,
if I remember correctly. – (FBE) This is “Iron Man”
by Black Sabbath. – Let’s go! – It’s a good song. It’s like the hardcore
rock n’ roll type. I could just see a bunch
of metal heads at a concert, just banging their heads out. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Candy came from out
on the island ♪ – Yes, I know this one, too! – I want to say I’ve heard this,
but I don’t think I have. – ♪ But she never lost her head ♪ ♪ Even when she was giving head ♪ – (chuckling)
– ♪ She says, hey babe ♪ ♪ Take a walk on the wild side ♪
– Promiscuous. Oh! – ♪ Said, hey babe,
take a walk on the wild side ♪ – Now, I’ve heard that lyric. – (singing along) ♪ Doo doo doo
doo doo doo doo doo ♪ – ♪ Doo doo doo doo doo ♪ – What is this? – ♪ Doo doo doo doo doo doo ♪
– Yes, this is a classic. – There were some
weird lyrics in there that just kind of came out of nowhere. I was like… did they just… what? – (FBE) Do you know it?
– I don’t know this song. – I do not know it. – “Walk on the Wild Side.” Artist, no clue. – “Walk on the Wild Side,”
but I don’t know who it’s by. – “Take a Walk on the Wild Side.” Who the [bleep] sings it, though? – (FBE) This is “Walk
on the Wild Side” by Lou Reed. – Lou Reed? I’ve never heard that name before. – The lyrics are a little bit weird, but it has a catchy little tune to it. – (FBE) This song
is about cross dressers who would come to New York
and become prostitutes. Each verse introduces new characters
who are all part of Andy Warhol’s Factory.
– Oh, wow! Oh, wow, that’s crazy. – It’s kind of cool,
seeing representation for them, especially during that time. – It’s so weird how
you can hear the song and just be like, “Oh, yes,
this is such a good song,” and then once you
hear the meaning behind it, it just changes
your whole view on the song. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ When you give me all your love ♪ – I love the disco [bleep].
It’s so good! – ♪ …the very best you can ♪
– I think I’ve heard this before. – ♪ That’s the way, uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ ♪ I like it, uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ – (singing along) ♪ That’s the way,
uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ – (singing along) ♪ I like it ♪ (laughing) That’s the only part I know. – ♪ That’s the way, uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ ♪ I like it, uh-huh… ♪ – Hit me with the hard funk. (singing along) ♪ Uh-huh ♪ – ♪ I like it ♪
– (singing along) ♪ Uh-huh ♪ See, this is what
I think ’70s music is, this kind of pop/disco sound. – (FBE) And do you know it? – Is it “That’s the Way
I Like It Uh-huh Uh-huh”? – I feel like it’s called
“That’s the Way I Like It,” but I don’t know who it’s by. – KC and the Sunshine Band,
“That’s the Way I Like It”? – “That’s the Way I Like It”
by KC and the Sunshine Band. – (FBE) So this is
“That’s the Way I Like It,” and it’s by KC and the Sunshine Band.
– “KC and the Sunshine Band.” Sounds pretty happy. – I love that. That was some straight DDR. They were on DDR
and that’s how I learned about KC and the Sunshine Band. – I remember just
rollerskating laps to this song. And a disco ball would come out.
I’m like this is– I’m living the ’70s right now. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Late last night I heard
the screen door slam ♪ ♪ (strumming acoustic guitar) ♪ ♪ And a big yellow taxi took… ♪
– What’s her name?! Oh my gosh! My neighbor’s such a big fan of her. – ♪ Don’t it always seem to go ♪ – (singing along)
♪ That you don’t know ♪ ♪ What you’ve got till it’s gone ♪ – ♪ They paved paradise,
put up a parking lot ♪ – That little chorus
there sounds familiar. – ♪ Don’t it always seem… ♪ – I don’t know this song,
but I know the remake. – ♪ Don’t it always seem to go ♪
– (humming along) – ♪ But you don’t know what… ♪ – (singing along)
♪ …you’ve got till it’s gone ♪ – ♪ They paved paradise,
put up a parking lot ♪ – Aww… whoa! I’ve heard that song,
but I think I’ve only heard covers. – (FBE) And do you know it?
– Mm-mm. – No. – I don’t know who this is at all. – I think it’s “Big Yellow Taxi”
by Joni Mitchell. – (FBE) This is “Big Yellow Taxi”
by Joni Mitchell. – Wouldn’t have known. – I like her sound. I actually might have
to check that out later because that sounds very indie
and to the music that I like. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Momma just hung
her head and said ♪ ♪ Son, papa was a rolling stone ♪ – Ooh! Got the Blues. – ♪ Wherever he laid his hat… ♪
– I like it. – ♪ And when he died,
all he left was… ♪ – The voice sounds so familiar. – I know I’ve heard this song before. – I’ve heard this! – ♪ Papa was a rolling stone ♪ – I’ve never heard of this either. – I don’t know this song,
but I like it. – ♪ …was his home ♪
– Wow. ’70s music is so different. Like, each song
has its own unique flavor. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– No, I do not. – I’ve heard that before,
but I don’t know the name of it. – “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” I don’t know if I know the artist. – “Papa Is a Rolling Stone.”
I don’t know who the artist is. – (FBE) This is
“Papa Was a Rolling Stone” by The Temptations.
– That’s why! It was The Temptations. That’s why it sounded familiar. – It reminds me
of one of those movies where people
are all outside their cars in a parking lot,
just blasting music and dancing. It’s like a party song.
It’s really upbeat and I like it. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ How can I when
you won’t take it… ♪ – Oh my gosh, yes! – ♪ You can go your own way ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Way ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Go your own way ♪ (sighing) – ♪ You can call it
another lonely day ♪ – This is catchy.
I like it. – I don’t think I’ve ever heard
this song before. – ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ See, I’ve always known the tune,
I just didn’t know the lyrics. – ♪ …your own way ♪
– I love this one. This is one of
my dad’s favorite songs. – (FBE) So do you know it?
– No. – The name of the song
is “Go Your Own Way.” Do not know the artist. – “Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac. – “Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac. – “Go Your Own Way,”
and it’s Fleetwood Mac. – (FBE) So this is “Go Your Own Way,”
and it’s by Fleetwood Mac. – I’ve heard the name Fleetwood Mac, but I don’t think
I’ve actually listened to them. – This was my pump up song
when I was growing up. When my mom would play it,
it was one of those songs where I had to just dance to. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ …groove with mine ♪ ♪ You got to feel that heat ♪ – (singing along)
♪ And we can ride the boogie ♪ – ♪ Share that beat of love ♪
– I know this! – ♪ I wanna rock with you ♪ – (singing along) ♪ All night ♪ Oh, who are you? – ♪ …into day (sunlight) ♪ ♪ I wanna rock with you ♪
– Mmm, this is a fun one. – It sounds really, really familiar. I’m having a hard time placing it. – If you don’t like M.J.,
there’s something wrong with you. Just saying. – This is my favorite
Michael Jackson song. Hands down, my favorite.
It’s… (sighing) so good. – (FBE) And do you know it?
– I don’t know the title of the song. It sounds like a Michael Jackson song. – “Rock With You,”
Michael Jackson? – “Rock With You” by Michael Jackson? – Is it “Rock With You,”
Michael Jackson? – It’s Michael Jackson,
and it’s “Rock With You.” – (FBE) This is “Rock With You”
by Michael Jackson. – Yes! It kind of sounded different
from more of his recent stuff. – That was the King
of Pop right there. My shoulders started
moving off the bat. It was good. – The song is the [bleep] best! It’s just a song that
makes you want to move and dance around,
even if you suck at dancing. – It literally gave me
an unexplainable urge to groove and dance with it. It was a fun kind of celebratory song. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching “Do They Know It?”
on the React channel. – Don’t miss out. Subscribe. – Bye! – Hey, guys, I’m Katie,
a React channel producer. Thank you so much
for watching this episode. I would love to know what
some of these artists you want to see next time, so let me know
down in the comments. Bye, guys!

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100 thoughts on “DO COLLEGE KIDS KNOW 70s MUSIC? #3 (REACT: Do They Know It?)

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  2. So true at 6:00. Contemporary music is very much the same, you can't tell apart them, because they share the same two chords and the same two songwriters. 70's had such a range of genres and sounds.

  3. Y'all gotta do like 90's and 2000's one hit wonders and see if the teens or college kids know them.

  4. The Who – Who are you
    Boston – More than a feeling
    Kiss – Rock n Roll all night
    James Taylor – Fire and Rain
    Jim Croce – Car Wash blues
    B-52's – Rock Lobster
    The Clash – Clampdown
    Elvis Costello – Radio, Radio
    Rick Dees – Disco Duck
    Wings – Band on the run

  5. Would love to see a react video to Meat Loaf – the singer obviously
    He has had some great songs. First album was released in 71.

  6. Teens or College Kids react to popular singers singing covers and they have to guess the name of song and original artist and cover artist! 🙂 Example: Khalid singing Fast Car by Tracy Chapman

  7. Teens or college kids react to Southern rock! I’d love to see them react to Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, ZZ Top, and .38 Special!

  8. Rock With You by Michael Jackson was more of a 80s hit song. It was number 1 in the first year of the 80s and was only on the charts in the 80s

  9. how about a react video over
    You Don't Own Me ~ Lesley Gore
    Nina Simone
    Ella Fitzgerald
    Etta James
    Nancy Sinatra
    A bit older on the timeline but still magical.

  10. Oh dayum, you pulled it out of the bag this time!! MJ, Fleetwood Mac, Joni Mitchell… I can't even. I ❤️ 70's music!!

  11. I'm literally making IPod playlists based on the "Do they know it?" series. Keep it up! And I need to listen some Joni Mitchell to educate myself.

  12. Literally one of the most recognizable songs of all time is Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac. How do people not know that song or who it's by?

  13. Wow. I love Counting Crows – Big Yellow Taxi ft Vanessa Carlton. I had no idea they used a chorus from a 70's song.

  14. That was an easy one. The '70s had many, many different genres of music going on. From hard rock, soft rock, psychedelic rock, Motown, Indie, southern rock, pop rock, punk rock, glam rock and that dreaded episode in music, disco, Uggh!

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