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Two Gee's - From The 70's album flac

  • Performer: Two Gee's
  • Album: From The 70's
  • FLAC: 1401 mb | MP3: 1744 mb
  • Released: 1997
  • Country: Scandinavia
  • Style: Euro House
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Two Gee's - From The 70's album flac


A From The 70's (Original Extended Mix) 6:21
B From The 70's (Clubhouse Remix Extended) 6:21


  • Producer – Navid "The Incredible" Gondal*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ORCDM 53138 Two Gee's From The 70's ‎(CD, Maxi) Orange Records ORCDM 53138 Scandinavia 1997
SPV 050-16265 Two Gees* From The 70's ‎(12") Heaven SPV 050-16265 Germany 1998
SPV 055-16263 Two Gee's From The 70's ‎(CD, Maxi) Heaven SPV 055-16263 Germany 1997
TRIBUMX016 Two Gee's From The 70's ‎(12") Tribute TRIBUMX016 Spain 1997
SPV 050-16265 Two Gees* From The 70's ‎(12", W/Lbl) Heaven SPV 050-16265 Germany 1998

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This is the complete Nigeria 70 The Definitive Story of the 1970’s Funky Lagos album, Disc Two in full fidelity.

The album cover is art and design’s lost canvas. No marriage of music and image says more about the early '70s than Roger Dean’s Yes covers. Before their collaboration began, Yes were a post-Zeppelin bunch of noodlers looking for an image. Dean drew them a logo and they were transformed into fantastic synth wizards; prog pioneers floating through mushroom-peppered landscapes. Several versions exist, but the key image is always the same; two columns of blank musical staves. A bold mission statement and a striking cover. 10. Ramones: Ramones (1976).

Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - Arms of Mary. Meat Loaf - Two Out of Three Ain't Bad. Patti Smith Group - Frederick. 100 Hits – The Best 70s Album Contains the Best Hits from the Decade from artists including Village People, Boney . Toto, Boston, Billy Ocean, Sly & The Family Stone, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Harry Nilsson, David Soul, Lou Reed, Bay City Rollers and more! Recommended titles. Car Songs – The 70s. Various Artists. 100 Hits – The Best 80s Album. 100 Hits – The Best Dance Album. 100 Hits – The Best Disco Album. 100 Hits – Number 1’s. The 80s Pop Annual 2 (Vinyl).

That '70s Show is an American television period sitcom that originally aired on Fox from August 23, 1998 to May 18, 2006. The series focused on the lives of a group of six teenage friends living in fictional Point Place, Wisconsin, from May 17, 1976 to December 31, 1979. The main teenage cast members were Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama. The main adult cast members were Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith, Don Stark, Tommy Chong and Tanya Roberts.

Released in the UK in February 1978, the album only ever spent two weeks in the top ten of the album chart, in 1981 in the wake of Meat Loaf's follow-up album Dead Ringer. However, Bat Out of Hell sold consistently for several years following its release, and has spent more than 500 weeks on the UK album chart, a total that, for a studio album, is bettered only by Fleetwood Mac's Rumours. Music Week (London, England: Spotlight Publications). p. 15. 22 December 1979.

Illustrated by Japanese album cover specialist Shusei Nagaoka, the airbrushed finish, sci-fi theme and glowing neon perfectly reflect ELO’s multi-layered, high sheen and sugary production. Enjoying a symbiotic relationship with a band at its peak, the cover for Animals is one from a series of amazing designs from the days when pigs really could fly. 13. Peter Gabriel: Peter Gabriel 1 (1977). Another Hipgnosis work, this cover used spot colour before Photoshop.

The '70s sometimes get a bad rap: Often these years are remembered as the musical era that brought us disco at its absolute gaudiest. 70. Various artists, The Harder They Come soundtrack (1973) There was a lot more to the early years of reggae than Bob Marley & the Wailers, and the best of the rest is brilliantly summarized on this soundtrack album for one of the best fictional music films ever made. Once they realized they weren’t going to get any Wailers tracks, the filmmakers chose brilliantly.

But it’s a lovely, charming album from the dadaist jaunt of Backwater to its tranquil second side, whose mood and texture seems to tear a page from Eno’s 1977-78 David Bowie Album Construction Playbook, yet rectifies the divide between his pop and ambient impulses. Listen: Brian Eno: Backwater. Experimental bands are always awarded points for making fragmented albums that actually hold together. The mid-’70s Crimson line-up stood for taste and efficiency with a dry, dark wit, and Starless and Bible Black epitomized those qualities. John Wetton’s tersely macho posture suits the lyrics of Richard Palmer-James, who matches the album’s opening squall with the rude awakening of, Health food faggot. Even The Night Watch skips the mawkishness of other Crimson ballads.

Part deux of our salute to the ’70s takes us from 1975 to 1979. From the close of the Vietnam War to the Iran Hostage Crisis, the last half of the ’70s had its low points. America celebrated its bicentennial, and I remember the fireworks extravaganzas that ensued, back when you could still have fireworks in Southern California. What we celebrate here is something else that was great about the ’70s - its music. Before Rumours, there was Fleetwood Mac, the band’s breakthrough piece, the pivotal album resulting from the synergy of two distinctly different bands. 9. Roxy Music – Siren (Atco).