Everyone who watched TV between ’72 and ’81—particularly you night owls—remembers The Midnight Special. Airing at 1:00 a.m. EST on NBC, Burt Sugarman’s groundbreaking series was the place to see the biggest stars of rock, pop and R&B. A CD set of performances would be nice, but then you wouldn’t get to see all those fabulous fashions and hairstyles, would you? Let The Midnight Special shine its ever-lovin’ light on you" for the first time at retail, complete with interviews with Alice Cooper, Peter Frampton and Loggins & Messina and a host of other bonus features. Get ready to watch full live performances of Sin City AC/DC; Take Me Home, Country Roads John Denver; Taxi Harry Chapin; American Girl Tom Petty; Listen to the Music Doobie Brothers; Me and Mrs. Jones Billy Paul; Show Me the Way Peter Frampton; Everybody Is a Star Sly & the Family Stone; Bad, Bad Leroy Brown Jim Croce; Evil Woman ELO; Over My Head Fleetwood Mac; Hello It’s Me Todd Rundgren; Lady Marmalade LaBelle; At Seventeen Janis Ian; Lovin’ You Minnie Riperton; Dream On Aerosmith; Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe Barry White; Heart of Glass Blondie; Y.M.C.A. Village People; Sundown Gordon Lightfoot; Takes Two to Tango Aretha Franklin/Ray Charles; Frankenstein Edgar Winter, and more. The show is long gone and many of these stars have left us, but these 6 DVDs bring them all back in their prime of life! 6 DVDs. 1972–81/color/17 hrs./NR/widescreen. Time-Life.