The History Of Rock: The Late '70s In the late '70s the piano men - Sedaka, John, and Joel - shared the charts with Kansas, Foreigner, and Aerosmith. Earth Wind and Fire, the Ohio Players, and the Sylvers kept funk and soul alive. Women fought for equality and won on the charts with Streisand, Tyler, Ronstadt and Gaynor on top. Underground grumblings of black leather punk began while the music of the Bee Gees and Donna Summer kept people in white satin dancing all night. 43 hits, including: Bad Case Of Loving You * Bennie And The Jets * Dust In The Wind * Hot Blooded * I Will Survive * Piano Man * Walk This Way * and more. 208 pages.