Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra - Songs Of The Seventies album flac
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|A1||I Don't Know How To Love Him (From The Rock Opera "Jesus Christ, Superstar")
Written-By – A.L. Webber-T. Rice*
|A2||For All We Know
Written-By – A. James*, F. Karlin*, R. Wilson*
|A3||You've Got A Friend
Written-By – C. King*
|A4||One Less Bell To Answer
Written-By – Bacharach-David*
Written-By – J. South*
|B1||Variations On A Theme Of Erik Satie (Gymnopédie No. 1)
Adapted By – W. Loose*
Written-By – A. Manzanero*, S. Wayne*
|B3||Theme From "Love Story"
Written-By – F. Lai*
|B4||Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again
Written-By – R. Greenaway-R. Cook*, T. Macaulay*
|B5||It's Too Late
Written-By – C. King*, T. Stern*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Malivue Music
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville
- Arranged By, Conductor – William Loose
- Engineer [Quadraphonic] – Carson Taylor
- Producer – Ernest K. Dominy
NotesThis version has pink rimmed black labels.
version with tan-colored labels.
version with orange rimmed yellow labels.
A Collector's Limited Edition
Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc., Hollywood and Vine Streets, Hollywood, California. Factories: Los Angeles, California, Scranton, Pa., Jacksonville, Illinois, Winchester, Virginia
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): QL 1-6774
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): QL 2-6774
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): QL1 6774 H6 #2 0
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): QL2 6774 H6 #1 0
|QL-6774||Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra||Songs Of The Seventies (LP, Quad, Ltd)||Capitol Special Markets||QL-6774||US||1972|
|QL-6774, 51-2025||Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra||Songs Of The Seventies (LP, Quad, Ltd, Jac)||Capitol Special Markets, Capitol Special Markets||QL-6774, 51-2025||US||Unknown|
|QL-6774||Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra||Songs Of The Seventies (LP, Quad, Ltd, Jac)||Capitol Special Markets||QL-6774||US||1972|
|SL-6774||Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra||Songs Of The Seventies (LP, Ltd)||Capitol Special Markets||SL-6774||US||1972|
|SQ4 - 011||Sounds Of The 70's Orchestra||Songs Of The Seventies (LP, Quad, Ltd)||Capitol Special Markets||SQ4 - 011||Venezuela||1973|
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Sounds of the Seventies was a BBC radio programme broadcast on weekdays, initially 18:00–19:00, subsequently 22:00–00:00, on Radio One during the early 1970s. Among the DJs were Mike Harding, Alan Black, Pete Drummond, Anne Nightingale, John Peel (who alone had two shows per week), and Bob Harris. For contractual reasons one of Peel's two weekly shows was known as Top Gear, but the format and content of the show on every weekday were in essence identical for most of the early 1970s.
Best song of the 70s. Its simple this is the greatest song ever. Abba (at least in the United States) was one of the most underrated groups ever. The amazing vocal talent of the 2 girls as well as the nearly unrivaled production quality is extremely difficult to match. To this day, ABBA remains one of the all time most successful pop bands, behind Elvis and The Beatles. I can't think of too many bands from the 60s or 70s that are still popular 30 years after they broke up! I LOVE ABBA! This was like the most popular in the day.
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The Clash – The Clash was one of the few punk bands to experience mainstream, commercial success in the '70s. London Calling," the band's third album and its first to hit big in the United States, presented songs influenced by the social, political and economic turmoil of the times. Pink Floyd – Progressive British rockers Pink Floyd, here on their "Animals" tour in 1978, were one of the most acclaimed and influential bands of the decade. Their classic 1973 album, "Dark Side of the Moon," lingered on the Billboard chart for more than 14 years.
The Seventies was quite possibly the Western world's sexiest decade. The post-birth control and pre-AIDS window of opportunity saw the Sixties' utopian fantasies elaborated into hitherto unimagined new possibilities. James Brown got in on the libidinous free-for-all early with a landmark single that promoted his, er, endurance and vitality with a simple euphoric groove. His young, hungry and economical new band, the . s, featured brothers Bootsy and Catfish Collins on bass and guitar, respectively, and Jabo Starks on drums.
Johnnie is joined by Kenney Jones on Sounds Of The 70s. Kenney Jones, known for his work with The Faces, Small Faces & The Who, joins Johnnie. Johnnie welcomes Merill and Jay Osmond on to the show. The Osmonds (Merill and Jay) join Johnnie for a My 70s interview. Ian La Frenais and Dick Clement join Johnnie Walker. Ian La Frenais and Dick Clement chat to Johnnie in My 70s. Duration: 19:21. Johnnie is joined in conversation by Dave Davies. Dave Davies from The Kinks joins Johnnie for My 70s. Duration: 12:54.