Various - That's The 70's album download
|–The Faces*||Stay With Me||4:40|
|–Rod Stewart||Maggie May||5:13|
|–Free||All Right Now||4:17|
|–Jackson Five*||I Want You Back||2:55|
|–Diana Ross||I'm Still Waiting||3:40|
|–Isaac Hayes||Theme From "Shaft"||3:17|
|–Desmond Dekker||You Can Get It If You Really Want||2:25|
|–Don McLean||American Pie Pt. 1||4:07|
|–Dr. Hook*||Sylvia's Mother||3:52|
|–Alice Cooper||School's Out||3:29|
|–Mott The Hoople||All The Young Dudes||3:28|
|–T. Rex||20th Century Boy||3:34|
|–Gary Glitter||Hello Hello I'm Back Again||3:21|
|–Lou Reed||Walk On The Wild Side||4:12|
|–Wings||Live And Let Die||3:12|
|–Elton John||Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting||4:40|
|–Ike & Tina Turner||Nutbush City Limits||2:52|
|–George McCrae||Rock Your Baby||3:15|
|–Status Quo||Down Down||3:52|
|–Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel||Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)||3:56|
|–10cc||I'm Not In Love||6:03|
|–K.C. & The Sunshine Band*||That's The Way (I Like It)||3:05|
|–Real Thing*||You To Me Are Everything||3:28|
|–Bryan Ferry||Let's Stick Together||2:59|
|–Isley Brothers*||Harvest For The World||3:54|
|–Hot Chocolate||So You Win Again||3:23|
|–Rose Royce||Wishing On A Star||4:36|
|–Gerry Rafferty||Baker Street||4:07|
|–Kate Bush||Wuthering Heights||3:27|
|–Tavares||More Than A Woman||3:16|
|–Marshall Hain||Dancing In The City||3:46|
|–Gloria Gaynor||I Will Survive||3:16|
|–Village People||Go West||3:33|
|7243 8 36519 2 4||Various||That's The 70's (2xCD, Comp)||EMI, EMI TV||7243 8 36519 2 4||Europe||1995|
|7243 8 36519 4 8, TCEMTVD 110||Various||That's The 70's (2xCass, Comp)||EMI, EMI TV||7243 8 36519 4 8, TCEMTVD 110||UK||1995|
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).
In stock now for same day shipping. The Hits Album: The 70s Pop Album. Sony BMG. Format: unmixed 4xCD Cat: 192 Released: 12 Apr 19 Genre: Pop.
Sucking the 70’s is a two disc collection of 1970s songs covered by modern stoner rock bands. It was put out by Small Stone Records in 2002. A second album, Sucking the 70's – Back in the Saddle Again, was released in 2006. The album title is a reference to the Rolling Stones compilation Sucking in the Seventies. Never in My Life" – Five Horse Johnson 4:47 (originally performed by Mountain). Black Betty" – Throttlerod 3:48 (first recorded commercially by Lead Belly, covered by Ram Jam).
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. It’s not their best album, but it’s the best at convincing serious young rock nerds that Devo were more than a silly footnote. 66. Derek and the Dominos, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (1970) For a band that only released one studio album, Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon sure made it count.
Sucking the 70’s – Back in the Saddle is a follow-up album to the 2002 compilation Sucking the 70's. It was released in 2006 by Small Stone Records. Like the original, it features stoner rock bands covering songs from the 1970s. Are You Ready" - Sasquatch (originally performed by Grand Funk Railroad). Crazy Horses" - Puny Human (originally performed by The Osmonds). Red Hot Mama" - Clutch & Five Horse Johnson (originally performed by Funkadelic).
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. The live tracks are mostly improvised, which is one reason Bill Bruford renamed the album Braless and Slightly Slack
Album compiled and sequenced at Battery Mastering. Volcano Records ® Zomba Recording Corporation. Manufactured by Zomba Records (Canada) Inc. Distributed by BMG Music Canada, Distribué par Musique BMG du Canada. That '70s Album (Rockin') (CD, Comp). Volcano (2). 9210072.
The '70s Punk Rebellion corrects that error by focusing on the singles, winding up with a one-stop introduction and summary of the era that is as good as Loud, Fast & Out of Control, their similar set on early rock & roll.
There should be almost doubt against that. 9 Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd. Everyone should help by voting to bring this song to the top 5, and also, Thunder Road, Jungleland, and Backstreets belong on this list. The fact that there are ZERO Bruce Springsteen songs here makes me want to cry.