Various - The Rock And Roll Decades: The Seventies album flac
- Album: The Rock And Roll Decades: The Seventies
- FLAC: 1794 mb | MP3: 1255 mb
- Released: 1991
- Rating: 4.1/5
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|1-1||–Harold Melvin*||Don't Leave Me This Way|
|1-2||–Emotions*||Best Of My Love|
|1-3||–McFadden & Whitehead||Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now|
|1-4||–Johnny Mathis / Deniece Williams||Too Much Too Little Too Late|
|1-5||–Colin Blunstone||I Don't Believe In Miracles|
|1-8||–Teddy Pendergrass||Only You|
|1-9||–Three Degress*||Take Good Care Of Yourself|
|1-10||–Fame* & Price*||Rosetta|
|1-11||–Billy Ocean||Love Really Hurts Without You|
|1-12||–Manhattans||Kiss & Say Goodbye|
|1-13||–Walker Brothers*||No Regrets|
|1-14||–Billy Paul||Me & Mrs Jones|
|1-15||–Dr Hook*||Sylvia's Mother|
|1-17||–Johnny Nash||I Can See Clearly Now|
|1-18||–People's Choice||Do It Any Way You Wanna|
|1-19||–Gladys Knight||Midnight Train To Georgia|
|1-20||–Bill Withers||Lovely Day|
|2-1||–Mungo Jerry||In The Summertime|
|2-2||–Albert Hammond||Free Electric Band|
|2-3||–Sly & The Family Stone||Dance To The Music|
|2-5||–Mott The Hoople||All the Young Dudes|
|2-6||–Boston||More Than A Feeling|
|2-7||–Meatloaf*||Bat Out Of Hell|
|2-8||–Blue Oyster Cult*||Don't Fear The Reaper|
|2-9||–Status Quo||Down The Dustpipe|
|2-10||–Intruders*||She's A Winner|
|2-11||–Santana||Samba Pa Ti|
|2-12||–Jeff Wayne||Eve Of The War|
|2-14||–Bonnie Tyler||Lost In France|
|2-15||–Justin Hayward||Forever Autumn|
|2-17||–Kansas||Carry On Wayward Son|
|2-18||–Cheap Trick||I Want You To Want Me|
|2-19||–Sutherland Brothers||Arms Of Mary|
|2-20||–Isley Brothers*||Summer Breeze|
01:39:35 Little Joey Farr Rock 'n' Roll Santa 43. 01:41:11 Johnny Preston I Want a Rock and Roll Guitar 44. 01:44:24 Roy Milton Christmas Time Blues 45. 01:47:28 Lillian Briggs Rock 'n' Roll Poly Santa Claus 46.
Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies is a music reference book by American music journalist and essayist Robert Christgau. It was first published in October 1981 by Ticknor & Fields.
The Hues Corporation - Rock the Boat. The O'Jays - Love Train. The Tymes - Ms. Grace. The Best Seventies Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including T. Rex, Mott The Hoople, Sweet, The Jacksons, David Essex, Earth, Wind & Fire with The Emotions, Nilsson, Eric Carmen, Baccara and many more. Extra information about this release.
Where is either the chicken or the egg that begat rock & roll? It's a bit like deciding which drop of water really started the river flowing to the sea. This three-disc, 82-track collection tries to find that drop of water and trace it forward, but it's an impossible task - the river flows all at once everywhere. So, what came first, the rock & roll chicken or the rock & roll egg? No matter.
The Hues Corporation. Reasons To Be Cheerful Part 3. 5-14.
This is the It Happened In The Seventies CD. CD is in very good condition with couple faint specs, won't effect play. Sun Rock'n'Roll ~ Various Artists.
Such traditional folk-rock inspiration and grounding also informs 1970's American Beauty, which contains a slew of still-classic Grateful Dead songs: "Sugar Magnolia," "Ripple," "Truckin'" and "Box Of Rain. These songs especially point to the poetry and nostalgia embedded in the band's lyrics-all are sentimental, philosophical and even romantic. However, 1987's In The Dark-the band's first studio album in seven years-spawned a surprise hit single, "Touch Of Grey. Thanks to heavy radio airplay and MTV exposure, the song landed in the Billboard Top 10, the group's highest-charting single ever. In the decades since, various members of the Grateful Dead have continued touring under different monikers, including the Other Ones, RatDog, Furthur and the Dead.
This 3CD set attempts to map out the most exhaustive pre-history of rock'n'roll so far committed to one album, and for the most part it does a pretty decent job, tracing the line back as far as the 1916 "The Camp Meeting Jubilee", a pre-blues minstrel-tent recording of such scratchy authenticity it sounds like a parody
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. FM radio in the Seventies celebrated music of great length, great breadth and great depth – even if sometimes maybe the audience had to be just a little bit stoned to find it deep. And no band commanded those airwaves quite like Led Zeppelin. Stairway" is long – eight minutes and two seconds. Re-recorded for his ambitious solo album Something/Anything, Rundgren elevated the blandness of the breakup to high pop realism.
Based on the book "The NME Rock 'n' Roll Years", this text is part of a series of books which take a look at the main popular musical influences of each decade. Each page contains the main stories of the month together with a chart toppers box showing the No 1 US and UK singles and albums. A record section at the end of the book provides a statistical analysis of the charts. Many look back on the Seventies with affection, wry amusement and occasional disbelief