DO COLLEGE KIDS KNOW 70s MUSIC? #4 (REACT: Do They Know It?)
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DO COLLEGE KIDS KNOW 70s MUSIC? #4 (REACT: Do They Know It?)


– (singing along)
♪ We’re all in the mood for a melody ♪ – These are songs that you hear
and you know you hear, but never stop to think
who sings that. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) We are
REALLY throwing you back and we’re gonna see
how well you know some ’70s music. – Yes, okay. I’m ready. – I’ve actually been
listening to ’70s music just because I want
to be ready for this stuff. – The ’70s were interesting. A lot of parents were born in–
I’m not saying my parents, mom. – I’ve seen the entirety
of That ’70s Show at least five times and they have
lots of opinions on music, so I think it’s seeped
into my subconscious. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ The bell was ringing ♪ – I was just listening
to this in the kitchen. – ♪ Do you remember… ♪ – I mean, yeah, I know it.
It’s been in movies. – Oh, yeah, my mom
has definitely done this move while doing the dishes to this. – ♪ Ba-dee Ya ♪ ♪ Say, do you… ♪
– It’s so funky. – (singing along) ♪ Ba-dee Ya ♪ ♪ Dancing in September ♪ – ♪ Ba-Dee Ya ♪ – (singing along)
♪ Never was a cloudy day ♪ – I like that song! – I was confident,
but if this is the first one, I’m very concerned
for myself right now. – (FBE) Do you know it? – It’s “September,”
but I don’t know the artist. – “September” by
Earth, Wind, and Fire. – That’s “September”
by Earth, Wind, and Fire. – (FBE) It’s called “September,”
and it’s Earth, Wind, and Fire. – As you said “earth,”
I was like, “Oh, wind and fire. Got it.”
Dang it! – I’ve never heard of them. Ever. – That’s such a good song. Get your grandpa dance on, you know? It’s so good! ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ His lips are dry ♪ ♪ Her heart is gently pounding ♪ ♪ Don’t you just know
exactly what they’re thinking? ♪ – Never heard of this. – ♪ If you want my body… ♪
– Never mind! I’ve heard of this. – (singing along)
♪ …and you think I’m sexy ♪ Yeah, I’ve heard this. – ♪ …let me know ♪ – I don’t know this song. – I feel like this is a song
I want to listen to when I do my makeup
because I’ll be, like, feeling myself. – ♪ Come on, honey, tell me so ♪ ♪ Tell me so, baby ♪ – I’ve heard this before. ♪ If you (humming) ♪ Oh my gosh! – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No, not at all. – “My Body” by… someone. – “Do You Think I’m Sexy,”
but I don’t know the artist. – (FBE) This is “Do Ya
Think I’m Sexy” by Rod Stewart. – I didn’t know that one. – Rod Stewart? Okay, I feel like I’ve heard
that name before. – Hmmmm! Okay,
I’ll listen to that one. I liked it. – (FBE) Paris Hilton recorded
a cover of this song in 2006. – That’s gross. – Oh, no!
I don’t want to hear it. – I bet it’s funny. You should put that
in a “try not to laugh” challenge. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Seemed like the real thing,
but I was so blind ♪ – ♪ (humming tune) ♪ ♪ (disco music) ♪ – ♪ (humming tune) ♪ – I feel good.
My heart feels warm. – ♪ (humming tune) ♪ – ♪ If I fear I’m losing you,
it’s just no good ♪ ♪ You teasing me like you do ♪ – ♪ (parroting high-pitched vocals) ♪ ’70s songs are so catchy. – It’s crazy. These are songs you hear
and you know you hear, but never stop to think
who sings that. – (FBE) You know this one? – Yeah, I don’t think
I have a good guess for this. – I literally have no idea. – No. That’s why I danced to it,
because I knew I wasn’t gonna know this one at all. – (FBE) This is
called “Heart of Glass,” and this is by Blondie.
– Okay, I’ve heard of Blondie. I’ve never heard the words
“Heart of Glass” before. – Oh, this Blondie [bleep], man!
I should have known it. Blondie makes the hits. – I don’t feel like people
give her enough credit. It was really hard to be a woman
in the music scene in the ’70s and she was killing it. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ So just call on me, brother ♪ ♪ When you need a hand ♪
– ♪ (humming along) ♪ – (singing along)
♪ We all need somebody… ♪ – (singing along) ♪ …to lean on ♪ – This is such an uplifting song.
I love this song. – I feel like I want to get with people
and sway back and forth. – ♪ We all need somebody… ♪ – I feel this is an important song
that I should know. – Oh, “Lean on Me,” baby.
That’s a classic. – I love that song! I think I sang that song
for my 5th grade graduation. – (FBE) All right,
do you know this one? – No. – “Lean on Me” by…
I don’t know the names of anybody! – I’m gonna assume
the title of the song is “Somebody to Lean On”
or “Lean on Me.” – This is “Lean on Me”
by Bill Withers. – (FBE) So this is
“Lean on Me” by Bill Withers. – I’ve literally never heard of
most of these artists before. – Ugh! See, I know
other Bill Withers’ songs. He does “Ain’t No Sunshine,” right? Like, I love that song. – It’s just such a nice song. It’s a happy song. It’s a friendly,
positive, peaceful song. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ And all the girls dreamed that
they’d be your partner ♪ ♪ They’d be your partner ♪ – That build up. – ♪ You’re so vain ♪
– “You’re so vain”? Oh-ho! – ♪ …think this song is… ♪
– (singing along) ♪ …about you ♪ – ♪ You’re so vain (you’re so vain) ♪ – I’ve heard those lyrics before. – ♪ …think this song is about you ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Don’t you? ♪ – ♪ Don’t you? ♪ – Don’t you think this
song’s about you. Mm-mm! Years and years pass
and girls are still singing the same thing to boys. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– Not at all. – I want to say it’s called
“You’re So Vain.” – It’s “You’re So vain,”
but I don’t know the artist. – “You’re So Vain” by…
I want to say the first name is Patty. – (FBE) This is “You’re So Vain”
by Carly Simon. – Ooh, I have never heard of her. – Okay, I would have never known that. – (groaning) – Ugh, that’s so frustrating!
Carly, no! – (FBE) We don’t 100% know
who Carly Simon is singing about in this song, but rumors include
Warren Beatty, Cat Stevens, and even Mick Jagger.
– Oh, Mick Jagger! Damn, that’s tight. – What an assortment of people
that you could write a song about. Such an interesting life. – Ooh-hoo! I mean…
(laughing) Understandable, I guess. – Oh, Mr. Mick Jagger.
He was cute back in the day. I could write a song about him. Those pillow lips,
like, he got it going on. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ La la la, di da da ♪ – Okay, I’ve heard this. – ♪ La la… ♪
– This sounds like The Beatles. – ♪ …da dum ♪
– Mmmm. ♪ (harmonica playing) ♪ – (sighing) Yes. (singing along) ♪ Sing us a song,
you’re the piano man ♪ – ♪ Sing us a song tonight ♪ – (singing along) ♪ We’re
all in the mood for a melody ♪ ♪ And you’ve got us feeling all right ♪ – I think it’s great.
I love that song. ’70s hits! I need to go on Spotify,
hit ’70s hits. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No, I don’t know it. – I don’t know
the song title or the artist. – Is it “The Piano Man”
by The Beatles? – That’s “Piano Man”
by Elton John. – It’s “Piano Man,”
and it’s by– I really want to say Elton John. – That’s “Piano Man”
by Billy Joel. – (FBE) This is “Piano Man.”
It’s Billy Joel. – Billy Joel! Damn it! – (groaning) I was so confident
that I had it. – Oh my god!
(groaning) – Billy Joel wrote “Uptown Girl” and that’s the only song I care about
when it comes to Billy Joel, so that’s probably why
I didn’t know it was him. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Ahh! ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Ahhh ♪ – (snorting) – ♪ We come from the land
of the ice and snow ♪ ♪ From the midnight sun
where the hot springs blow ♪ ♪ The hammer of the gods ♪ ♪ Will drive our ships to new lands ♪ ♪ To fight the horde ♪ ♪ Sing and cry ♪ – This is a classic. – ♪ Valhalla, I am coming ♪
– Okay. Oh my gosh, who’s singing? – I know for sure
I’ve heard of this song, but I just realized I don’t think
I know what it says or anything about it. – (FBE) All right, last one.
Do you know it? – No, I do not. – (groaning) No! – It’s “The Immigrant Song”
by… uh, Black Sabbath? – (FBE) This is called
“The Immigrant Song” and it’s by Led Zeppelin.
– I’m not good at this. – Oh my gosh!
I’m so upset. – I was tossing it back
and forth in my head. I’m like it’s Led Zeppelin
or it’s Black Sabbath. – I love ’70s music. I feel like we should slowly start
making our way back to ’70s music. – I’m feeling really empty,
like hollow, because these songs are amazing
and I just don’t know any of them. – If I had to sit down
and fill out a Scantron of “Do They Know ’70s Music,”
I would never win, but if we were at a karaoke night
and they were like “Do They Know ’70s Music,”
I would kill it. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching us listen
to ’70s music on the React channel. – We have new shows
every day, so subscribe. – Bye, guys. Remember September. ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ – Hey, guys, it’s Katie,
a React channel producer. Thank you for watching this episode. Which ’70s artists do you
want to see in the next one? Let me know and I’ll put it in. Bye, guys!

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  2. Last song is totally Black Sabbath……. 😔😔😔. The girl said it best " we need to get back to 70's music". Gretta Van Fleet is the only close to it these days

  3. Carly Simon revealed a couple of years ago that verse 2 of 'You're So Vain' is about Warren Beatty…but she's not saying who the others are.

  4. Man these songs were all my jams. I'm really surprised nobody said "Hey that's Thor's song". when it came to Led Zeppelin

  5. I recognized the lyric rhythm in Rod Stewart's song from the one vine: "Iiiif your name is Junior/Aaaand you're really handsome/Cooome on raise your ha-and"

  6. You gotta put some of rick James in these but not his most common songs like give it me baby, super freak or Mary Jane use different ones he has a lot

  7. Do Teens/College Kids Know 70’s music: THE BRADY BUNCH SONGS like Sunshine Days. Or John Denver, man the feels those songs give me!

  8. “Piano man by Elton john” I was like wtf that’s by Billie Joel and if it’s not everything I believe is wrong

  9. Everytime they think its Sabbath, say Zepplin.

    Everytime you think its Elton John, say Billy Joel.

  10. You want to make your way back to 70's music?

    Daft Punk's R.A.M is an great album about 70's music!

  11. Ive always wished I could be on these lol these are my favorite songssss ahhhhhh I need to be on react 😩

  12. HOW 👏🏻CAN 👏🏻YOU 👏🏻NOT 👏🏻KNOW 👏🏻THATS 👏🏻LED 👏🏻ZEPPELIN👏🏻

  13. You should all be embarrassed. Except that curly haired chick in the flower top. She gets a pass, she knew enough.

  14. For 70's put Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle, Diana Ross, The Spinners, Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, and Barry White.

  15. *sees robert plant* *rapidly clicks screen* ZEPPELIN😩😩😍😍😍

    Edit: im upset that they DID NOT know zeppelin

  16. Include songs like "Call me Al" in 70s songs, and maybe drive me crazy by fine young cannibals for the 80s!
    Thank you!

  17. How in the world do you confuse Led Zeppelin with Black Sabbath? Ok I grew up in the 70s so I will excuse these guys for not knowing.

  18. I just love the misconception of “Blondie” being the name of the singer. “Blondie” is the name of the band. The singer is Debbie Harry.

  19. Immigrant Song Ledd Zeppelin. Love it. Love rock music. Rocky Mountain Way and Rebel Yell are probably in my top 5 tho

  20. Hey Nineteen, that's Aretha Franklin, she don't remember the queen of Soul. It's hard times befallen the Soul Survivors; she thinks I'm crazy but I'm just growing old..

  21. You need to feature Labelle “Lady Marmalade”, Chaka Khan “I’m Every Woman”, Commodores “Brickhouse”, any Marvin Gaye from the 1970s

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