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Heardle 70s Answer Today: May 24, 2024

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Heardle is a highly popular music game. You are played a snippet of a song from a particular time period with the goal of guessing what it is. There are multiple different time periods that the songs may be from depending on the version of the game.

This article is focused on the tracks, or answers, of Heardle 70s. Below, I will list today’s answer along with some of the previous answers over the last two weeks.

Heardle 70s Answer Today

The answer for today’s Heardle 70s answer is The Staple Singers – Let’s Do It Again.

Our Heardle 70s archive can be found as follows:

Heardle 70s Answers for Yesterday & Previous Weeks

May 22:  The Staple Singers – Let’s Do It Again

May 21:  Charlie Rich – The Most Beautiful Girl

May 20: Looking Glass – Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl)

May 19: Thin Lizzy – Whisky in the Jar

May 18: Middle of The Road – Chirpy, Chirpy, Cheep, Cheep

May 17: Blondie – Denis

May 16:  The Bay City Rollers – Bye Bye Baby

May 15: Spinners – The Rubberband Man

May 14: Joe Cocker – You Are So Beautiful

May 13:  Barry White – You’re the First, the Last, My Everything

May 12:  Gilbert O’Sullivan – Get Down

May 11: KC & The Sunshine Band – That’s the Way (I Like It)

May 10: Olivia Newton-John – I Honestly Love You

May 09: Styx – Babe

May 08: The O’Jays – For The Love of Money

May 07: Barry Manilow – Mandy

May 06:  Ace – How Long?

May 05:  The Stylistics – I Can’t Give You Anything (But My Love)

May 04: Steely Dan – Do It Again

May 03: Join Mitchell – Big Yellow Taxi

May 02: Stevie Wonder – I Wish

May 01: Spinners – Could it Be I’m Falling in Love

April 30: The Rolling Stones – Miss You

April 29: Marmalade – Reflection of My Life

April 28: Little River Band – Reminiscing

April 27: Crystal Gayle – Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue

April 26: The Sweet – Hell Raiser

April 25: Janis Joplin – Me & Bobby McGee

April 24: Tony Orlando & Dawn – He Don’t Love You (Like I Love You)

April 23: Michael Jackson – Got to Be There

April 22: David Gates – Goodbye Girl.

April 20 + 21: Billy Joel – Just the Way You Are

April 19: War – Why Can’t We Be Friends?

April 18: Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits

April 17: Space – Magic Fly

April 16: Christie – Yellow River

April 15: Joe Walsh – Life’s Been Good

April 14: Olivia Newton-John – A Little More Love

April 13: David Essex – Rock On

April 12: Timmy Thomas – Why Can’t We Live Together?

April 11: Elvin Bishop – Fooled Around & Fell in Love

April 10: War – Cisco Kid

April 09: Murray Head – Superstar

April 08: Thelma Houston – Don’t Leave Me This Way

April 07: Elvis Presley – Way Down

April 06: Kenny Rogers – She Believes (In Me)

April 05: Mary MacGregor – Torn Between Two Lovers

April 04: Freda Payne – Band of Gold

April 03: Deep Purple – Smoke On the Water

April 01 + 02: Patti LaBelle – Lady Marmalade (Voulez-Vous Coucher Aver Moi Ce Soir?)

March 31: The O’Jays – Back Stabbers

March 30: The Delfonics – Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind Thid Time)

March 29: Donny Osmond – The Twelfth of Never

March 28: Mungo Jerry – Lady Rose

March 27: Billy Joel – Honesty

March 26: Tony Orlando & Dawn – Tie a Yellow Ribbon ’round the Old Oak Tree

March 25: Pilot – Magic

March 24: Stevie Wonder – You Are the Sunshine of My Life

March 23: Robert Palmer – Bad Case of Loving You

March 22: Curtis Mayfield – Freddie’s Dead (Theme from ‘Superfly’)

March 21: Simon & Garfunkel – Cecilia

March 20: Jim Stafford – Spiders & Snakes

March 19: Bill Withers – Lean On Me

March 18:  The Sylvers – Hot Line

March 17:  The Sylvers – Hot Line

March 16:  Barry Manilow – Ready To Take A Chance

March 15:  Status Quo – Rockin’ All Over the World.

March 14: Bellamy Brothers – Let Your Love Flow.

March 13: Sweet Sensation – Sad Sweet Dreamer

March 12:  Sweet Sensation – Sad Sweet Dreamer

March 11:  Bread – Guitar Man.

March 10: John Paul Young – Love is in the Air.

March 09: Ralph McTell – Streets of London

March 08: Seals & Crofts – Summer Breeze

March 07: Kiss – Firehouse

March 06: Neil Diamond – I Am… I Said.

March 05: Jackson Browne – Running On Empty.

March 04: Teach-In – Ding-A-Dong

March 03: The Staple Singers – I’ll Take You There

March 02: The Staple Singers – I’ll Take You There

March 01: The Emotions – Best of My Love

February 29: Barry Manilow – Can’t Smile Without You

February 28: Carol Douglas – Doctor’s Orders

February 27: Wings – Let ‘Em In

February 26: Albert Hammond – I’m A Train

February 25: Albert Hammond – I’m A Train

February 24: Donna Summer – Bad Girls

February 23: Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – The Closer I Get To You

February 22: Shirley Bassey – Never, Never, Never

February 21: Marie Osmond – Paper Roses

February 20: ABBA – Dancing Queen

February 19: Sniff ‘n’ The Tears – Driver’s Seat

February 18: Sniff ‘n’ The Tears – Driver’s Seat

February 17: Candi Staton – Young Hearts Run Free

February 16: 5000 Volts – I’m On Fire

February 15: Candy Staton – Young Hearts Run Free

February 14: War – Low Rider

February 13: The Hollies – Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress)

February 12: Grand Funk Railroad – The Loco-Motion.

February 11: White Plains – My Baby Loves Lovin’

February 10: Alvin Stardust – Jealous Mind

February 09: Gallery – Nice To Be With You

February 08: Badfinger – No Matter What.

February 07: Mungo Jerry – In the Summertime.

February 06: The Police – Walking On the Moon.

February 05: Rod Stewart – Reason to Believe.

February 04: Smokie – Needles & Pins.

February 03: Billy Swan – I Can Help.

February 02: Bobby Vinton – My Melody Of Love.

February 01: Paul McCartney & Wings – Jet

January 31: Little Jimmy Osmond – Long Haired Lover From Liverpool

January 30: Kraftwerk – Autobahn

January 29: KC & The Sunshine Band – Keep it Comin’ Love.

January 28: Tavares – Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel.

January 27: Joan Baez – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.

January 26: Rod Stewart – You Wear it Well

January 25: Bobby Vinton – Sealed With a Kiss

January 24: Gilbert O’Sullivan – Alone Again (Naturally)

January 23: Led Zeppelin – Black Dog

January 22: Rupert Holmes – Escape (The Pina Colada Song)

January 21: Rod Stewart – Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright).

January 20: Elvis Presly – The Wonder of You.

January 19: Cliff Richard – We Don’t Talk Anymore

January 18: Slade – My Friend Stan

January 17: The Hollies – The Air That I Breathe

January 16: Bob Dylan – Knockin’On Heaven’s Door

January 15: Don McLean – Vincent (Starry Starry Night).

January 14: Sister Sledge – He’s the Greatest Dancer

January 13: Carpenters – Only Yesterday

January 12: Bee Gees – How Deep is Your Love?

January 11: Smokie – Living Nexr Door to Alice

January 10: Rose Royce – Car Wash

January 08: Brian Hyland – Gypsy Woman.

January 07: Peaches & Herb

January 06: Grand Funk Railroad – (She’s) Some Kind of Wonderful

January 05: John Denver – Annie’s Song

January 04: Edison Lighthouse – Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)

January 03: Sherbet – Howzat

January 02: Barry White – I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby

January 01: ABBA – Mamma Mia

December 31: Boney M. – Belfast

December 30: Edward Bear – Last Song

December 29: The Osmonds – Crazy Horses

December 28: The Rubettes – Sugar Baby Love

December 27: Rita Coolidge – We’re All Alone

December 26:  Marvin Gaye – Got to Give it Up

December 25: Chic – I Want Your Love

December 24: Fleetwood Mac – Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win).

December 22: Gilbert O’Sullivan – Clair

December 21: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Long As I Can See the Light.

December 18: Stevie Wonder – Send One Your Love.

December 16: Carole King – Jazzman

December 15:  10cc – Dreadlock Holiday

December 13:  Paul Simon – Mother And Child Reunion.

December 12:  Stephen Stills – Love the One You’re With.

December 11: Billy Preston – Nothing From Nothing.

December 10: Mac Davis – Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me.

December 09: Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love.

December 08: Michael Zager Band – Let’s All Chant.

December 07: Randy Vanwarmer – Just When I Needed You Most.

December 06: Slade – Cum On Feel the Noize.

December 05: Earth, Wind & Fire – After the Love Has Gone.

December 04: Genesis – Follow You Follow Me.

December 03: Ian Dury & The Blockheads – Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick.

December 02: Andy Gibb – (Love Is) Thicker Than Water.

December 01: Dorothy Moore – Misty Blue.

November 30: Three Dog Night – Black & White.

November 29: The Real Thing – You to Me Are Everything.

November 28: Main Ingredient – Everybody Plays the Fool.

November 27: Marvin Hamlisch – The Entertainer.

November 26: Marvin Hamlisch – The Entertainer.

November 25: Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams – Too Much Too Little Too Late.

November 24: Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams – Too Much Too Little Too Late.

November 23: Bee Gees – Nights On Broadway.

November 22: Creedence Clearwater – Revival Up Around the Bend.

November 21: Helen Reddy – I am Woman.

November 20: Chicago – Saturday in the Park.

November 19:  KC & The Sunshine Band – (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty

November 18: David Cassidy – Cherish.

November 17: Blondie – Sunday Girl

November 16: George Baker Selection – Morning Sky

November 15: Minnie Riperton – Lovin’ You

November 14: Boney M. – Ma Baker

November 13: Jonathan Edwards – Sunshine.

November 10: Mud – Oh Boy

November 9: Melanie Brand – New Key

November 8: Melanie Brand – New Key

November 7: Smokie – I’ll Meet You At Midnight

November 6: The Sweet – Action

November 2: Bonnie Tyler – It’s a Heartache

November 1: The Who – Won’t Get Fooled Again

October 31: Frankie Valli – My Eyes Adored You

October 30: Carpenters – Rainy Days & Mondays

October 27: Jackson 5 – The Love You Save

October 26: Steve Miller Band – Rock ‘n’ Me

October 25: Meat Loaf – Paradise By the Dashboard Light

October 23: Marit Larsen – If A Song Could Get Me You

October 20: Sugarloaf – Green-eyed Lady

October 19: Earth, Wind & Fire – Sing a Song

October 18: Chicago – If You Leave Me Now

October 17: Nicolette Larson – Lotta Love

October 16: Tony Christie – (Is This the Way To) Amarillo

October 12: Slade – Everyday

October 11: Slade – Everyday

October 10: Maria Muldaur – Midnight at The Oasis

October 9: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lookin’ Out My Back Door

October 6: Michael Jackson – Ben

October 5: Sylvers – Boogie Fever

October 4: Steely Dan – Rikki Don’t Lose That Number

October 3: Dave Edmunds – I Hear You Knockin’

October 2: Boney M. – Brown Girl In The Ring

September 30: Clarence Carter – Patches

How to Play Heardle 70s

As stated above, the main aim of the game is to guess the correct song. You are played a short extract of a random track from the 1970’s. You have 6 turns in order to guess it correctly, otherwise you lose the game. With every new turn, a new snippet of the song is unlocked. You have the option to search for the name and the artist in a search box below. Once all the snippets are unlocked, it is up to you to make an educated guess.

To increase your chance of winning, the only sure-fire way is to listen to more 70s music. The more tracks you know, the easier it is to recognise whatever you hear.

When playing the game, be sure to take your time and play the snippet multiple times. Like this, you will have the best chance of recalling a song that may be at the back of your mind. Lastly, make use of the search box. Use it to search for possible matching artists. Try to think whether any artists you have in mind would make the genre of music you are hearing.

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