Listening Booth: 1970 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, released in 2010.
The album was a collection of Cohn's favorite songs from 1970, when he was aged 11. He explained: "It was the beginning of me really falling in love with records and albums and becoming obsessed as a fan. I was a little kid dreaming to find a way to make that a career, and that was the music that started me on that path." He said he was determined to put his own stamp on each song: "For me, it's like what's the use of doing something that was initially brilliant and well known if you don't have anything to bring to it."
The one song on the album not originally released in 1970 was The Box Tops' 1967 hit "The Letter". Cohn said the song was included on the basis of Joe Cocker's 1970 version.