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-:[[1970]] - [[1971]] - [[1972]] - [[1973]] - [[1974]] - [[1975]] - [[1976]] - [[1977]] - [[1978]] - [[1979]] - [[1980]]+On [[December 15]], [[1973]], the [[American Psychiatric Association]], removed [[homosexuality]] from its official list of [[mental disorder]]s. Economically, the [[1973 oil crisis]] marks the end of the [[trente glorieuses]].
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 +'''1973''' is the 973rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 73rd year of the 20th century, and the 4th year of the 1970s decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
 +* [[December 15]] - The [[American Psychiatric Association]] declassified [[homosexuality as a mental disorder]].
=== Film === === Film ===
-*''[[Don't Look Now]]''+*''[[Don't Look Now]]'' by Nicolas Roeg
-*''[[Fantastic Planet]]'' +*''[[Fantastic Planet]]'' by René Laloux
-*''[[La Grande Bouffe]]'' +*''[[La Grande Bouffe]]'' by Marco Ferreri
-*''[[The Mother and the Whore]]'' +*''[[The Mother and the Whore]]'' by Jean Eustache
-*''[[Score]]'' +*''[[Soylent Green]]'' by Richard Fleischer
-*''[[Soylent Green]]'' +*''[[Themroc]]'' by Claude Faraldo
-*''[[Themroc]]''+*''[[Turkish Delight (film)|Turkish Delight]]'' by Paul Verhoeven
-*''[[Turkish Delight (film)]]''+
*''[[The Exorcist]]'' William Friedkin *''[[The Exorcist]]'' William Friedkin
*''[[Sisters (1973 film)|Sisters]]'' Brian De Palma *''[[Sisters (1973 film)|Sisters]]'' Brian De Palma
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*''[[American Graffiti]]'' George Lucas *''[[American Graffiti]]'' George Lucas
*''[[Heavy Traffic]]'' Ralph Bakshi *''[[Heavy Traffic]]'' Ralph Bakshi
-*''[[Can dialectics break bricks?]]''+====Non fiction====
 +*''[[Can dialectics break bricks?]]'' by René Viénet
 +*''[[The Society of the Spectacle (film)|The Society of the Spectacle]]'' by Guy Debord
 +*''[[The Gulag Archipelago]]'' by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
 + 
 +====Guilty pleasures====
 +*''[[Thriller – A Cruel Picture]]'' by Bo Arne Vibenius
 +*''[[Score (film)|Score]]'' by Radley Metzger
===Literature=== ===Literature===
==== Fiction ==== ==== Fiction ====
-*[[Crash]] by [[J. G. Ballard]]+*[[Crash (1973 novel)|Crash]] by J. G. Ballard
-*[[Momo (novel)|Momo]] by [[Michael Ende]]+*[[Momo (novel)|Momo]] by Michael Ende
-*[[The Madness of the Day]] by [[Maurice Blanchot]]+*[[The Madness of the Day]] by Maurice Blanchot
 +*"[[The World as Will and Wallpaper]]" by R. A. Lafferty
 +==== Non-fiction====
 +*''[[The Last of the Nuba]]'' by Leni Riefenstahl
 +*''[[Quatre siècles de Surréalisme]]'' by Aline Jacquiot
 +*''[[The Denial of Death]]'' by Ernest Becker
=== Music === === Music ===
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*[[Larry Levan]] *[[Larry Levan]]
-**The resident DJ at the Continental Baths walks out and the owner tells light-man Larry Levan that he’s got six hours to find a record collection. Levan becomes resident. The nightclub soundtrack of Motown and Soul gives way to Gamble and the Huff’s Philly sound. MFSB release; ‘Love Is The Message’ typifies gay clubbing in NYC. Disco as a genre is born with the success of Soul Makossa, based on its club play at the Loft. +**The resident DJ at the [[Continental Baths]] walks out and the owner tells light-man Larry Levan that he’s got six hours to find a record collection. Levan becomes resident. The nightclub soundtrack of Motown and Soul gives way to [[Gamble and Huff]]’s Philly sound. MFSB release; ‘[[Love Is The Message]]’ typifies gay clubbing in NYC. Disco as a genre is born with the success of "[[Soul Makossa]]", based on its club play at [[the Loft]].
*First article on [[disco]] *First article on [[disco]]
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*''[[Here Come the Warm Jets]]'' by Brian Eno *''[[Here Come the Warm Jets]]'' by Brian Eno
*''[[Upsetters 14 Dub Blackboard Jungle]]'' by Lee Perry *''[[Upsetters 14 Dub Blackboard Jungle]]'' by Lee Perry
-*[[King Tubby]] stereo dub album 'Blackboard Jungle' +*''[[Hustlers Convention (Lightnin' Rod album)|Hustlers Convention]]'' by Jalal Mansur Nuriddin
-*[[Catch a Fire]] - [[Bob Marley]]+*''[[Catch a Fire]]'' by Bob Marley
-*[[Wild and Peaceful]] - [[Kool & The Gang]]+*''[[Wild and Peaceful]]'' by Kool & The Gang
-*[[Funky Kingston]] - [[Toots & The Maytals]]+*''[[Funky Kingston]]'' by Toots & The Maytals
-*[[Coffy]] - [[Roy Ayers]]+*''[[Coffy]]'' by Roy Ayers
-*[[Space is the Place]] - [[Sun Ra]]+*''[[Space is the Place]]'' by Sun Ra
-*[[Cosmic Slop]] - [[Funkadelic]]+*''[[Cosmic Slop]]'' by Funkadelic
- +*''[[African Herbsman]]'' by Bob Marley
-*[[Chuck Mangione]] - [[Land of Make Believe]]+*''[[The New York Dolls]]'' by New York Dolls
-*[[African Herbsman]] - [[Bob Marley]]+*''[[Milagre Dos Peixes]]'' by Milton Nascimento
-*[[The New York Dolls]] - [[New York Dolls]]+*''[[Head Hunters]]'' by Herbie Hancock
-*[[Milagre Dos Peixes]] - [[Milton Nascimento]]+*''[[Skull Snaps]]'' by Skull Snaps
-*[[Herbie Hancock]] - [[Head Hunters]]+*''[[Solid Air]]'' by [[John Martyn]]
-*[[Skull Snaps]]+*''[[Birds of Venezuela]]'' by Jean-Claude Roché
-*[[John Martyn]] - [[Solid Air]]+
- +
====Singles==== ====Singles====
 +*[[Cala Boca Menino]] by João Donato.
*[[Summer (The First Time)]] by Bobby Goldsboro *[[Summer (The First Time)]] by Bobby Goldsboro
*[[Jolene (song)|Jolene]] by Dolly Parton *[[Jolene (song)|Jolene]] by Dolly Parton
-*[[Love Is the Message]] by [[MFSB]]+*[[Love Is the Message]] by MFSB
-*[[Koke]] by [[Tribe]] +*[[Koke]] by Tribe
-*[[Hurts So Good]] by [[Millie Jackson]]+*[[Hurts So Good]] by Millie Jackson
-*[[Le Serpent]] by [[Guem]]+*[[Le Serpent]] by Guem
-*[[Same Beat]] by [[The J.B.'s]].+*[[Same Beat]] by The J.B.'s
-*[[The Bottle]] by [[Gil Scott-Heron]]+*[[C'est normal ]] by Brigitte Fontaine and Areski
-*[[C'est normal ]] by [[Brigitte Fontaine]] and [[Areski]]+*[[Apache (instrumental)|Apache/Bongo Rock]] by the Incredible Bongo Band
-*[[Apache (instrumental)|Apache/Bongo Rock]] by the [[Incredible Bongo Band]]+*[[Space Is the Place]] by Sun Ra
-*[[Space Is the Place]] by [[Sun Ra]]+*[[For the Love of Money]] by the O'Jays
-*[[For the Love of Money]] by the [[O'Jays]]+
*[[Pillow Talk (song)|Pillow Talk]] by Sylvia Robinson *[[Pillow Talk (song)|Pillow Talk]] by Sylvia Robinson
-*[[Melting Pot]] by [[Boris Gardiner]]+*[[Melting Pot]] by Boris Gardiner
-*[[Entre dos aguas]] by [[Paco de Lucía]]+*[[Entre dos aguas]] by Paco de Lucía
*[[Love and Happiness]] by First Choice *[[Love and Happiness]] by First Choice
-*Wild Safari by [[Barrabás]]+*[[Wild Safari]] by Barrabás
*Woman by Barrabás *Woman by Barrabás
-*[[Sexy Mama]] by [[The Moments]]+*[[Sexy Mama]] by The Moments
-*[[Human]] by [[Brief Encounter]]+*[[Human]] by Brief Encounter
-*[[My Hang Up is You]] by [[Skull Snaps]]+*[[My Hang Up is You]] by Skull Snaps
-*[[I'll Always Love my Mama]] by [[The Intruders]]+*[[I'll Always Love My Mama]] by The Intruders
-*[[Goin' to See My Baby]] by [[Fatback Band]]+
*[[Yellow Sunshine]] by Yellow Sunshine *[[Yellow Sunshine]] by Yellow Sunshine
-*[[Land of Make Believe]] by [[Chuck Mangione]]+*[[The Love I Lost]] by Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes
-*[[The Love I Lost]] by [[Harold Melvin]] and The Blue Notes+*[[Message personnel]] by Françoise Hardy
 +*[[Corazón]] by Carole King
 +*[[Jungle Boogie]] by Kool and the Gang
 +*[[If You Want Me to Stay]] by Sly and the Family Stone
 +*[[Seasons in the Sun]] by Terry Jacks
 +*[[Land of Make Believe (Chuck Mangione song)|Land of Make Believe]] by Chuck Mangione ft. Esther Satterfield
 +*[[Personality Crisis (song)|Personality Crisis]] by the New York Dolls
 +*[[Right Place, Wrong Time (song)|Right Place, Wrong Time]] by Dr. John
 +[[Didn't I]] by Darondo
=== Art === === Art ===

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1973 is the 973rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 73rd year of the 20th century, and the 4th year of the 1970s decade.

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Guilty pleasures

Literature

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  • Larry Levan
    • The resident DJ at the Continental Baths walks out and the owner tells light-man Larry Levan that he’s got six hours to find a record collection. Levan becomes resident. The nightclub soundtrack of Motown and Soul gives way to Gamble and Huff’s Philly sound. MFSB release; ‘Love Is The Message’ typifies gay clubbing in NYC. Disco as a genre is born with the success of "Soul Makossa", based on its club play at the Loft.
  • First article on disco
    • MEDIA - Discotheque Rock '72: Paaaaarty! - Vince Aletti in Rolling Stone. The first major article citing disco and its music. Discotheques Break Singles - The first major mention of disco in a trade publication. This appeared in Billboard Magazine in late September.

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Didn't I by Darondo

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