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Sometimes When We Touch Season 1 Soundtrack

Songs:  250  | Scene descriptions: 259 timelines  |  Airing date: Finished  |  Episodes: 3  |  Last episode: 3 January 2023

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Sometimes When We Touch Season 1 Episode 1
Sometimes When We Touch Season 1 Episode 2
Sometimes When We Touch Season 1 Episode 3

Season 1 • Episode 1 (S01E01)

3 January 2023
96 songs

1. Superstar – Cast
Opening song / L.A. Reid sings the lyrics of this song at the beginning of the episode.
[0:09’] The same scene repeats when he talks about the Carpenters.
2. Rainy Days and Mondays – Cast
[0:00’] Sheryl Crow sings a part of this song.
3. Sometimes When We Touch – Cast
[0:00’] Richard Marx and Nancy Wilson sing a part of this song.
4. Escape (The Piña Colada Song) – Cast
[0:00’] L.A. Reid sings a verse from this song.
5. play Love Will Find A Way – Pablo Cruise feat. Ty Taylor
Opening credits / A girl is relaxing on the floor while listening to music on the radio.
[0:12’] Repeats before Ann Powers talks about the ’70s attitudes about sexuality.
6. play A Little Bit Country-A Little Bit Rock’N Roll – Donny & Marie Osmond
[0:01’] Footage of the duo performing this song on stage.
7. play Escape (The Piña Colada Song) – Rupert Holmes
[0:01’] The music video is shown in a brief section.
8. play White Dress – Kanye West
[0:01’] Kanye West performs this song in one of his concerts.
9. play All Out Of Love – Air Supply
[0:01’] The band performs this song live on stage in front of a big crowd.
10. play Your Song – Lady Gaga
[0:01’] A montage of soft rock music is shown.
11. play The Chain – Harry Styles
[0:01’] A short fragment from Harry Styles’ concert is shown during the montage.
12. play Sometimes When We Touch- Dan Hill
[0:02’] Title card.
13. play Are You Experienced? – Jimi Hendrix
[0:03’] The song plays when the narrator talks about the music in the 70s.
14. play Have You Never Been Mellow – Olivia Newton-John
[0:03’] Old footage of this song’s music video from 1975.
15. play Help Is On Its Way – Little River Band
[0:03’] The song plays before Drew Barrymore talks about fashion, music, and culture in the 70s.
16. play Teach Your Children – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
[0:04’] Old footage from 1969 of the band performing this song.
17. play One Toke Over the Line – Brewer & Shipley
[0:04’] Old footage from 1970 of the band performing this song.
18. play Operator (That’s Not the Way it Feels) – Jim Croce
[0:04’] Old footage from 1972 is shown during the montage.
19. play Wild World – Cat Stevens
[0:04’] Old footage of the band performing the song live on stage in 1970.
20. play Take Me Home, Country Roads – John Denver
[0:04’] Old footage of the band performing live on stage in 1971.
21. play I’ll Never Fall in Love Again – Dionne Warwick
[0:04’] The song plays during the montage as the slow rock music transitions to R&B and pop.
22. play I Feel the Earth Move – Carol King
[0:04’] Old footage of the singer playing the piano and singing the song on stage in 1971.
23. play Saturday in the Park – Chicago
[0:06’] DMC talks about this song and how it resonates with his existence.
24. play Tiny Dancer – Elton John
[0:07’] Nancy Wilson talks about Elton John’s music.
25. play Daniel – Elton John
[0:07’] Nancy Wilson recalls her attempt to attend an Elton John concert when she was a young girl.
26. play A Horse With No Name – America
[0:07’] Stewart Copeland talks about this song and how much he loves it when he was in college.
27. play Baby I’m-a Want You – Bread
[0:08’] Sheryl Crow sings the lyrics of this song.
28. play We’ve Only Just Begun – Carpenters
[0:08’] Susanna Hoffs talks about the Carpenters band and its music.
29. play Rainy Days and Mondays – Carpenters
[0:08’] Old footage of the band performing this song in 1971. Dan Hill talks about their music.
30. play (They Long to Be) Close To You – Carpenters
[0:10’] After L.A. Reid says that he was a big fan of the Carpenters.


31. play Dancing In The Street (Live) – Richard Carpenter Trio
[0:10’] Stewart Copeland talks about how great Karen Carpenter was as a drummer.
32. play Goodbye To Love – Carpenters
[0:11’] After Ray Parker Jr. Talks about the band and how Richard rearranged the music to make it work.
33. play Dance With Me – Orleans
[0:13’] Matt Maltese talks about the vulnerability in songwriting in the ’70s.
34. play Hello It’s Me – Todd Rundgren
[0:13’] Lisa Foxx talks about the artists and the fact that they were not afraid to sing about their feelings.
35. play I Need You – America
[0:14’] Owen Gleiberman talks about the 70’s ballads that were about the image of long-haired sensitive men.
36. play Make It With You – Bread
[0:14’] Owen Gleiberman talks about the meaning of the ballads’ lyrics.
37. play Angie – The Rolling Stones
[0:14’] In 1973, the band hits number one with this song.
38. play My Love – Wings
[0:15’] Susanna Hoffs talks about Paul McCartney’s music.
39. play Midnight at the Oasis – Maria Muldaur
[0:15’] A montage is shown where multiple bands perform.
40. play Sara Smile – Hall & Oates
[0:15’] The second song plays during the montage.
41. play Summer Breeze – Seals and Crofts
[0:15’] The third song plays during the montage.
42. play Beth – Kiss
[0:15’] The fourth song plays during the montage.
43. play You and Me – Alice Cooper
[0:15’] The fifth song plays during the montage as the narrator explains the band’s transition to soft rock.
44. play How You Gonna See Me Now – Alice Cooper
[0:15’] The sixth song plays during the montage, showing how the band’s music style has evolved.
45. play Jump – Vand Halen
[0:16’] The song plays after the Martini commercial is shown.
46. play Your Song – Elton John
[0:17’] The narrator mentions that the kings of soft rock were keyboardists.
47. play Dancing In The Moonlight – King Harvest
[0:17’] John Ondrasik talks about the softer songs that were played on the piano.
48. play Easy – Commodores
[0:17’] The song is played throughout the montage of soothing piano songs.
49. play I’m Not In Love – 10cc
[0:17’] A montage of piano-related soft songs is played while the song is running.
50. play Babe – Styx
[0:18’] After Richard Marx talks about somebody coming up with a way to make a piano sound softer.
51. playI Love You – Climax Blues Band
[0:18’] Richard Marx talks about the new sound being sexier than an acoustic piano.
52. play Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel
[0:18’] Before the scene where Drew Barrymore and other people talk about soft rock music, which didn’t mean to be slow.
53. play What a Fool Believes – The Doobie Brothers
[0:19’] David B. Lyons and Steve Huey talk about the genesis of the Doobie Brothers.
54. play Lotta Love – Nicolette Larson
[0:19’] When they talk about soft-rock versus hard-rock and explain the difference.
55. play How Much I Feel – Ambrosia
[0:20’] A fragment of the music video is shown, then David Pack sings the lyrics of the song.
[0:25’] After the scene where Peter Beckett talks about the moment when he got home and discovered that his wife left him and never saw her again.
56. play You’re the Only Woman (You & I) – Ambrosia
[0:21’] David Pack continues to talk about the band and sings along to the lyrics of this song.
57. play Biggest Part of Me – Ambrosia
[0:21’] David Pack sings along to the lyrics of this song while the music video is shown on the screen.
58. play This Time I’m in It for Love – Player
[0:21’] Peter Beckett talks about the style of the harmonies.
59. play Whatcha Gonna Do? – Pablo Cruise
[0:22’] The song plays as they continue to discuss the harmonies.
60. play After the Love is Gone – Earth, Wind & Fire
[0:22’] The songwriters continue to discuss the harmonies of the songs.
61. play Happy Anniversary – Little River Band
[0:22’] A fragment of this song is played when the songwriters talk about the layered voices.
62. play All Out of Love – Air Supply
[0:22’] An example of a song where the voices come in layers.
63. play I’d Really Love to See You Tonight – England Dan & John Ford Coley
[0:24’] The song plays before Richard Marx talks about the perfect marriage between the music and the melody with the lyrical content.
64. play Mandy – Barry Manilow
[0:24’] Richard Marx claims that when he listened to this kind of music, the lyrics of heartache gave him chills.

65. play Bluer Than Blue – Michael Johnson
[0:24’] Nolan Gasser talks about sad music from a neurological standpoint.
66. play If You Leave Me Now – Chicago
[0:24’] The second song plays during the montage of sad music.
67. play She’s Gone – Hall & Oates
[0:24’] The third song plays during the montage of sad music.
68. play Baby Come Back – Player
[0:25’] The fourth song plays during the montage about sad music.
69. play Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
[0:26’] While the song is playing in the background, Dan Hill talks about the time when he wrote this song and his love story.
70. play Love Will Keep Us Together – Captain & Tennille
[0:27’] Old footage of the band performing this song runs in the background as L.A. Reid and the other musicians talks about their music.
71. play The Way I Want To Touch You – Captain & Tennille
[0:32’] Toni talks about this song in which she expresses her feelings for Daryl.
72. play You Are The Woman – Firefall
[0:33’] Lee Loughnane talks about this song that was number one in the world at that time.
73. play Long Way Home – England Dan & John Ford Coley
[0:34’] John Ford Coley talks about the time when record companies asked them about their music genre.
74. play Can’t Smile Without You – Barry Manilow
[0:34’] Jhani Kaye talks about the radio’s most diverse audience being drawn by soft-rock music.
75. play Summer Madness – Kool & The Gang
[0:34’] Robert “Kool” Bell talks about how they started to develop their own sound.
76. play Rhinestone Cowboy – Glen Campbell
[0:34’] Another montage of soft-rock songs begins.
77. play The Hurt – Kalapana
[0:35’] The second song plays during the montage of soft-rock songs and variations.
78. play Breezin’ – George Benson
[0:35’] The musicians talk about George Benson as being one of the greatest guitar players of all time.
79. play We’re in This Love Together – Al Jarreau
[0:35’] The song plays after Pat Monahan talks about George Benson and his music.
80. play Sweet Baby – Stanley Clarke and George Duke
[0:35’] The second song that plays after the scene where Pat Monahan talks about George Benson and his music.
81. play Angela – Bob James
[0:35’] Kenny Loggins talks about the influences of what he was writing that were coming from smooth-jazz artists.
82. play Feels So Good – Chuck Mangione
[0:36’] The musician talks about one of the first songs that they have ever played on KOST.
83. play Groovy People – Lou Rawls
[0:37’] A montage of songs from the mid-’70s begins to play.
84. play Sail On – Commodores
[0:37’] The second song that plays during the montage of the mid-’70s music.
85. play That’s the Way of the World – Earth, Wind & Fire
[0:37’] The third song that plays during the montage.
86. play Baby Come Back – Player
[0:38’] Peter Beckett talks about this song that was number one on the R&B charts.
87. play You Don’t Have to be a Star – Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
[0:39’] Billy Davis Jr. and Marilyn McCoo discuss the sound of their song.
88. play You Can’t Change That – Raydio
[0:39’] The song plays before the scene where Ray Parker Jr. talks about going up to the pop chart and the R&B chart.
[0:42’] Ray Parker Jr. talks about this song that made him a little more nerve-racking because he was not sure about the future of his music career.
89. play You’re the Man – Marvin Gaye
[0:40’] Ray Parker Jr. talks about his childhood and the beginning of his musical career.
90. play You Got The Love – Rufus feat. Chaka Khan
[0:41’] Ray Parker Jr. talks about writing the song with Chaka Khan.
91. play You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Leo Sayer
[0:41’] Ray Parker Jr. talks about writing this song which was a big hit.
92. play Jack and Jill – Raydio
[0:42’] Ray Parker Jr. talks about the time when he started the band.
93. play A Woman Needs Love – Ray Parker Jr.
[0:43’] Big Boi talks about his opinion of this song.
94. play Blitzkrieg Bop (Stereo Version) [Single Version] – Ramones
[0:44’] The song plays in the final scene, right before the episode concludes.

Season 1 • Episode 2 (S01E02)

3 January 2023
61 songs


1. play Do You Wanna Make Love – Peter McCann
Opening song / Peter McCann sings the lyrics of this song at the beginning of the episode.
2. play If You Love Me, Let Me Know – Olivia Newton
[0:00’] Olivia Newton sings a part of this song.
3. play Higher and Higher – Jackie Wilson
[0:00’] Jackie Wilson sings a verse from this song.
4. play Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
[0:02’] D. Hill sings a part of this song.
5. play I Gotta Try – Michael McDonald
[0:02’] M. McDonald wins Grammy awards in 1982.
6. play I Keep Forgettin’ – Michael McDonald
[0:03’] Songs that appeared on Solid Gold are presented.
7. play Do That to Me One More Time – Captain & Tennille
[0:03’] Tennille sings a part of her song.
8. play Just When I Needed You Most – Randy VanWarmer
[0:03’] Randy VanWarmer sings part of his song at a show in 1979.
9. play Longer – Dan Fogelberg
[0:03’] D. Fogelberg sings this song at Solid Gold.
10. play Reminiscing – Little River Band
[0:03’] Footage of the band performing this song on stage.
11. play Anarchy in the U.K – Sex Pistols
[0:04’] Footage of the band performing this song on stage.
12. play Born in the 50’s –The Police
[0:06’] The new generations were looking for something new and the Sex Pistols band appeared with numerous songs.
13. play Roxanne – The Police
[0:07’] The band sings at the concert.
14. play All By Myself- Eric Carmen
[0:07’] E. Carmen sings a part of her song.
15. play Tattoed Love Boys – The Pretenders
[0:08’] Footage of the band performing this song on stage back in 1979.
16. play Is She Really Going Out With Him? – Joe Jackson
[0:08’] J. Jackson sings the lyrics of this song.
17. play Never Say Never – Romeo Void
[0:08’] Romeo Void sings a part of his song.
18. play Orgasm Addict – Buzzcocks
[0:08’] Footage of the band performing this song on stage and they are highly appreciated by the public.
19. play Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division
[0:08’] A fragment of this song is played by Joy Division.
20. play Mickey – Tony Basil
[0:11’] MTV is launched and many artists appear on the show.
21. play A Woman Need Love – Ray Parker Jr. And Raydio
[0:11’] Footage of the duo performing this song on stage.
22. play Africa – Toto
[0:11’] A montage of songs from the beginning-’80s begins to play.
23. play Private Eyes – Hall & Oates
[0:11’] The second song plays during the montage of music.
24. play One on One – Hall & Oates
[0:11′] The third song plays during the montage of music.
25. play I Can’t Go for That ( No Can Do ) – Hall & Oates
[0:12’] Hall and Oates have different perspectives on music and stay on soft rock.
26. play My Love – Lionel Richie
[0:12’] L Richie is definitely coming to MTV with the famous blouse music.
27. play Say You, Say Me – Lionel Richie
[0:12’] A fragment of this song is played by Lionel Richie.
28. play Joanna- Kool & the Gang
[0:12’] Kool and the band sing part of their song.
29. play Cherish – Kool & the Gang
[0:13’] Kool and the band sing the lyrics of this song.
30. play Halen Soars –Tele Music
[0:13’] Slow music was no longer accepted, the new generation wanted more lively music.

31. play All Right – Christopher Cross
[0:13’] Christopher brings a different perspective on music. He prefers slower, lighter music.
32. play Ride Like the Wind – Christopher Cross
[0:13’] The second song plays during the montage of sad music.
33. play Sailing – Christopher Cross
[0:15’] Christopher Cross wins Grammy awards with this song.
34. play Hello – Lionel Richie
[0:17’] Lionel Richie sings a part of this song.
35. play Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
[0:17’] A montage of songs begins to play.
36. play Baby Makes Her Blue Jeans Talk – Dr. Hook
[0:17’] The second song plays during the montage.
37. play Abracadabra- Steve Miller Band
[0:17’] The third song plays during the montage.
38. play Lost in Love – Air Supply
[0:19’] The musicians are talking about the band Air Supply.
39. play All Out of Love – Air Supply
[0:19’] The band Air Supply plays soft rock music.
40. play On and On – Stephen Bishop
[0:21’] Musicians talk about Stephen Bishop. He was a singer, actor and songwriter.
41. play Animal House – Stephen Bishop
[0:21’] A sequence from Animal House.
42. play Diamond Girl – Seals And Crofts
[0:22’] The musician confesses that soft rock is treated as music for the sick.
43. play A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock ’n Roll – Donny & Marie Osmond
[0:25’] Old footage of the band performing this song and the other musicians talking about their music.
44. play Rubberband Man – Captain & Tennille
[0:26’] Tenneille confesses that he also wanted to involve Captain in their performances even if he had nothing to do.
45. play You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Leo Sayer
[0:26’] This song is performed at a Muppet Show.
46. play Feelings – Morris Albert
[0:27’] Morris Albert sings a part of this song.
47. play I’ve Never Been to Me – Charlene
[0:27’] Charlene sings a part of this song.
48. play I’m in You – Peter Frampton
[0:27’] Peter Frampton’s concert is presented.
49. play You Light Up My Life – Debby Boone
[0:27′] Debby’s song was number 1 for 10 weeks.
50. play Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
[0:28’] D. Hill sings a part of this song.
51. play Escape ( The Pina Colada Song ) – Rupert Holmes
[0:31’] The opinions of the musicians and the public were divided about this song.
52. play Echo Valley 2-6809 – The Partridge Familly
[0:34’] The musician confesses that the singer of this band only imitates the lyrics he wrote.
53. play You Got It All – The Jets
[0:34’] Footage of the band performing this song on stage back in 1985.
54. play We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister
[0:40’] The old video of the song from 1984 is presented.
55. play I Love Rock ’n’ Roll – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
[0:42′] Jhani Kaye believes that women are too sensitive to perform Hard Rock.
56. play Heartbreaker – Pat Benatar
[0:42’] P. Benatar sings a part of this song.
57. play Precious – The Pretenders
[0:42’] Following what Jhani Kaye said, several songs sung by women are presented.
58. play Hero Takes a Fall – The Bangles
[0:42’] The musician believes that the involvement of women in rock is a great revolution in music.
59. play Hard to Say I’m Sorry – Chicago
[0:44’] Musical equipment evolves and Graham Russell confesses that he hates them because of the sounds they made.
60. play You’re the Inspiration – Chicago
[0:44’] Chicago sings a part of this song.
61. play When a Man Loves a Woman – Michael Bolton
[0:45’] A fragment from Michael Bolton’s concert singing this song.

Season 1 • Episode 3 (S01E03)

3 January 2023
98 songs


1. play Escape (The Piña Colada Song) – Rupert Holmes
Opening song.
2. play Best I Ever Had – Drake
[0:01’] The presenter says that soft rock is everywhere.
3. play Fallin’ in Love- Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds with Ricky
[0:01’] The second song in the montage.
4. play Baby Come Back – Player
[0:01’] Music begins to appear on social media.
[0:22’] A part of the artist’s concert is shown.
[0:46’] The vibration of soft rock is in all these people who listen to these songs.
5. play Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
[0:01’] The presenter says it is the most fantastic revival of music.
6. Sometimes when we touch – cover
[0:01’] The first cover of this song from the montage.
7. play Sometimes when we touch – Dal Hill cover by Emily Linge
[0:01’] The second cover of this song from the montage.
8. play Sometimes when we touch – Dan hill ( Acoustic cover ) by Martin Ekman
[0:01’] The third cover of this song from the montage.
9. Sometimes when we touch – cover
[0:01′] The fourth cover of this song from the montage.
10. play Sometimes when we touch – Dan Hill coverby Robinson-Stone
[0:01’] The last cover of this song from the montage.
11. play Do You Wanna Make Love – Peter McCann
[0:02’] The artist sings part of his song.
12. play Heartbreak Hotel – Bill Clinton
[0:02’] The decade was dominated by the hipper young president.
13. play Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
[0:03’] The music was becoming further and further away from what soft rock means.
14. play Even Flow – Pearl Jam
[0:03’] The second song in the montage.
15. play Black Hole Sun – Soundgarden
[0:03’] The third song in the montage.
16. play Violet – Hole
[0:03’] The last song in the montage.
17. play Take Me to the Mardi Gras – Bob James
[0:03’] DMC confesses that he and his band stole musical lines from soft rock songs.
18. play Peter Piper – Run D.M.C
[0:04′] DMC was inspired by Bob James.
19. play Alone Again ( Naturally ) – Gilbert O’Sulivan
[0:05’] The songs were stolen.
20. play Alone Again – Biz Markie
[0:05’] The second song in the montage.
21. play Peg – Steely Dan
[0:06’] Toure reveals that the bands took songs from the 70s and adapted them to their own style.
22. play Eye Know – De La Soul
[0:06’] The second song in the montage.
23. play Regulate – Warren G ft. Nate Dog
[0:06’] Toure talks about how easily any song could be turned into hip-hop.
24. play I Keep Forggetin’ – Michael McDonald
[0:07’] Soft rock is coming back.
25. play Sign of the Times – Bob James
[0:08’] Bob James says that a sequence from his song was used.
26. play Rise – Herb Alpert
[0:09’] A sequence from the song’s video is shown.
27. play Hypnotise- The Notorious B.I.G.
[0:09’] The musician says that this song was copied from the song ‘Rise’.
28. play Just the Two of Us – Grover Washington Jr. with Bill Withers
[0:09’] The third song in the montage.
29. play Just the Two of Us – Will Smith
[0:09′] The fourth song in the montage.
30. play Islands in the Stream – Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
[0:09’] The two sing part of his song in 1983.
31. play Ghetto Supastar ( That Is What You Are) – Pras ft. Mya and Ol’ Dirty Bastard
[0:09’] This song is said to have been copied from Islands In the Streams.
32. play The Winner Takes It All – ABBA
[0:10’] Cameron Lew admits that soft rock has a sparkle of its own.
33. play The Name of the Game – ABBA
[0:10’] The second song in the montage.
34. play Fernando – ABBA
[0:10’] The third song in the montage.
35. play Superman – Five for Fighting
[0:13′] The singer says that he was very emotional.
36. play Whenever I Call You Friend – Kenny Loggins
[0:15’] Yacht rock and soft rock seemed to be one and the same.
37. play Sweet Freedom – Michael McDonald
[0:17’] A part of the video of the song is shown.
38. play What a Fool Believes – The Doobie Brothers
[0:18’] A sequence of how they tried to create this piece.
39. play Steal Away – Robbie Dupree
[0:19’] Yacht rock becomes a phenomenon.
40. play You Can Do Magic – America
[0:20’] The second song in the montage.
41. play Thank You for Being a Friend – Andrew Gold
[0:20’] The third song in the montage.
42. play Shes’s Gone – Steelheart
[0:22’] A sequence from the concert is presented.
43. play No Lookin’ Back – Michael McDonald
[0:23’] The band sings part of this song.
44. play Jesus is Just Alright with Me – The Doobie Brothers
[0:24’] Jeff Baxter tells how M. McDonald ended up in The Doobie Brothers.
45. play What a Fool Believes – The Doobie Brothers
[0:25’] Kenny Loggins wanted to collaborate with McDonald.


46. play This is it – Kenny Loggins
[0:27’] M. McDonald gives up The Doobie Brothers and collaborates with K. Loggins and many others.
47. play Yah Mo B There – James Ingram and Michael McDonald
[0:27’] The second song in the montage.
48. play On my Own – Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald
[0:27’] The third song in the montage.
49. play Always and Forever – Clay Aiken
[0:29′] Clay Aiken appears on the show and sings a line from his song.
50. play Always and Forever – Heatwave
[0:29’] The second song in the montage.
51. play Just the Way You Are – Ruben Studdard
[0:30’] A song from season two of “American Idol”.
52. play Copacabana – Glee Cast Version
[0:31’] Soft rock ends up unleashing itself in Ohio High School.
53. play Say It Isn’t So – Daryl Hall and Train
[0:31’] The band sings part of their song.
54. play White Dress – Kanye West
[0:32’] A sequence from their concert is shown.
55. play Best I Ever Had – Drake
[0:33’] Drake confesses that in music you must always be innovative, although he has songs inspired by songs from the ’70s and ’80s.
56. play Fallin’ in Love – Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds with Ricky
[0:33’] The second song in the montage.
57. play How Much I Feel – Ambrosia
[0:33’] David Pack says he should get 50% credit from Big Sean’s song.
58. play All Your Fault – Big Sean fr. Kanye West
[0:33’] The second song in the montage.
59. play After the Love Has Gone – Earth , Wind & Fire
[0:33’] Verdine White confesses that the world only knew them from the sequence broadcast on ‘Verzuz’.
60. play Africa – Toto
[0:33’] The first song in the montage.
61. play Murder Reigns – Ja Rule
[0:33’] The second song in the montage.
62. play Huey Newton – Wiz Khalifa ft Curren$y
[0:34’] The third song in the montage.
63. play Africa – TG Lurgan
[0:34’] This song had different versions.
64. play Africa – Lisa Cimorelli and Tyler Ward
[0:34’] The second song in the montage.
65. play Africa –Leo Marocchioli ft . Rebea & Hannah
[0:34’] The third song in the montage.
66. play Africa – Weezer
[0:34’] The fourth song in the montage.
67. All Out Of Love – Lucy Woodward
[0:35’] Lucy sings a line from her song.
68. play Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
[0:35’] TikTok video with this song.
69. play Benny and the Jets – Dua Lipa and Elton John
[0:38’] A sequence from this song sung by Dua Lipa.
70. play Leave the Door Open – Bruno Mars And Anderson, Paak, Silk Sonic
[0:39’] The musician confesses that soft rock will never die.
71. play The Chain – Harry Styles
[0:39’] The second song in the montage.
72. play Dreams – Halsey and Kelsea Ballerini
[0:39’] The third song in the montage.
73. play Your Song – Elton John cover by Lady Gaga
[0:39’] The fourth song in the montage.
74. play The Man – Aloe Blacc
[0:39’] The fifth song in the montage.

75. play Hold Me Closer – Britney Spears and Elton John
[0:39’] B Spears says that this song was in the 1st place in the charts of 40 countries.
76. play Cold Heart – Dua Lipa and Elton John
[0:39’] Dua Lipa says that it is very crazy that she managed to collaborate with Elton John.
77. play Drops of Jupiter – Train
[0:39’] This song was inspired by a song by Elton John.
78. play Tiny Dancer – Elton John and The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
[0:39’] A sequence from this song.
79. play In Your Eyes ( Remix ) – The Weeknd gt Kenny G
[0:40’] There are more soft rock elements in The Weeknd’s music.
80. play Out of Time – The Weekend
[0:40’] The Weeknd sings part of his song.
81. play Shot in the Dark – John Mayer
[0:41’] J. Mayer reintroduces soft rock to the new generations.
82. play 100 Years – Five for Fighting
[0:41’] A sequence from this song.
83. play Play That Song – Train
[0:42’] Train sings the lyrics of this song.
84. play AM Gold – Train
[0:42’] Train sings part of this song.
85. play I Miss That Feelings – Tennis
[0:42’] The third song in the montage.
86. play Weather – Ginger Root
[0:42’] The new soft rock has characteristics of the old soft rock.
87. play Loneliness – Ginger Root
[0:42’] Ginger Root signs a part of his song.
88. play Loretta – Ginger Root
[0:43’] Cameron Low’s songs have something specific to the soft rock of the 70s-80s, but with a modern twist.
89. play We Need To Talk – Matt Maltese
[0:43’] Matt Maltese sings a part of his song.
90. play Fools – Drugdealer
[0:43’] Michael Collins confesses that he grew up with soft rock music.
91. play SOS – ABBA
[0:44’] A sequence from the ABBA concert.
92. play All Out Of Love – Air Supply
[0:44’] The second song in the montage.
93. play Listen To The Music – The Doobie Brothers
[0:44’] The third song in the montage.
94. play Whatcha Gonna Do – Pablo Cruise
[0:44’] The fourth song in the montage.
95. play Top of the World – Shonen Knife
[0:46’] A part of this song is presented.
96. play I Keep Forgettin – Michael McDonald
[0:46’] Soft rock lasted 50 years after its appearance.
97. play Goodbye to Love – Carpenters
[0:46’] The second song in the montage.
98. play Love Is In The Air – John Paul Young
[0:47’] The last song in the montage.


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IMDB: Sometimes When We Touch

Sometimes When We Touch Season 1  TV information
Production: Gunpowder & Sky, MTV Entertainment Studios
Distributor: Paramount+
Director: Lauren Lazin
Star: Pete Sepenuk


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