17 70’s Songs For Your Running Playlist


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What do bell bottoms, mood rings, disco and Saturday Night Fever have in common? That’s right, they are all cultural icons of the 70′s.

The 70s music definitely had its charm, and while Disco did die with that decade, it will always live on in our hearts and iPhones and now, it can also be part of our running playlist.

The list below is a little over 1 hour, and has an average BPM of 131, so it will allow you to run at a good tempo.

And now, here’s the list. Please share this post if you enjoyed it.

1) Boogie Oogie Oogie – A Taste of Honey (122 BPM):

2) Funkytown – Lipps, Inc (124 BPM):

3) Yes Sir, I Can Boogie – Baccara (125 BPM):

4) Y.M.C.A. – Village People (127 BPM):

5) Fox On The Run – Sweet (127 BPM):

6) Ring My Bell – Anita Ward (128 BPM):

7) My Baby Loves Lovin’ – White Plains (128 BPM):

8) Joy To The World – Three Dog Night (130 BPM):

9) Maggie May – Rod Stewart (132 BPM):

10) Temptation Eyes – The Grass Roots (132 BPM):

11) Don’t Leave Me This Way – Thelma Houston (133 BPM):

12) Show Me The Way – Peter Frampton (133 BPM):

13) Disco Inferno – The Trammps (134 BPM):

14) Shake Your Groove Thing – Peaches & Herb (137 BPM):

15) Get Ready – The Temptations (141 BPM):

16) Love Machine – The Miracles (144 BPM):

17) Right Back Where We Started From – Maxine Nightingale (147 BPM):

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