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Todd Rundgren 1977 | humble archives

Todd Rundgren, April 1977. American musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. Although hailed in the early stage of his career as a new pop-wunderkind, supported by the certified gold solo double LP Something/Anything? in 1972, Rundgren's career has focused instead on producing the work of other musicians, along with more modestly-selling recordings as a solo artist and with his band Utopia. During the '70s and '80s, Rundgren produced big-selling albums, including Bat Out of Hell…

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Hollywood Squares Todd Rundgren 1979

Hollywood Squares Todd Rundgren 1979 (sorry for the video quality , or the lack thereof )

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Classic SNL Review: February 21, 1981: Charlene Tilton / Todd Rundgren, Prince (S06E11) — Bronwyn Douwsma

Sketches include: "Super Fight", "Greatest Records Of All Time", "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood", "Pork Parade", "The Rocket Report- Subway" "A Fiddler Be On The Roof", "Lincoln Bedroom", "Backstage", "The Competit

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Todd Rundgren’s 'A Wizard, A True Star': Brilliant & Baffling - Best Classic Bands

Was Todd's against-the-grain psychedelic album a masterpiece or a slab of unintelligible self-indulgence? We look back at a '70s classic.