Dating in the 1970s
The pubescent mod look was out, replaced with glamour that resembled the feminine red carpet styles of ’30s and ’40s starlets.
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However, the all-natural aesthetic was rejected by the nightlife loving disco fiends who wore synthetic materials like polyester and Ultrasuede to shimmy and shake on the dance floor.
The “glam rock” and “punk styles” of the era represented the rebellious style of the 1970s.
Talking Heads, "I'm Not In Love" (1978) David Byrne's early persona — kind of a visiting Martian's take on human experiences held to be normal — gets profound here.
A relationship is falling apart, but Byrne's observing from a distance, trapped in his own head, cold, and unable to connect.Again, we limited it to one song per songwriter (not necessarily per band).Come back next week for the best breakup songs of the '80s, and let us know what we missed in the comments. You're going to get through this, and to help with that, here's a Spotify playlist of this week's list, and here are the greatest breakup songs of the '60s. Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, "The Love I Lost" (1973) Very few breakup songs make you want to shake your extremities, but sometimes that's the best cure for heartbreak.The honesty of Cohen's lyric about the encounter extends well beyond its frank sexual details.It's loving, but also distant — "emotion recollected in tranquility." — 23.Today’s post is different than the rest because it teaches you five easy ways to identify a garment’s most probable era based on construction details like buttons, zippers, seams, sleeves and lining.