Various - Living In The 70's mp3 album
Living in the 70's is the debut album by Melbourne band Skyhooks. Released in October 1974 on the Mushroom Records label, the album achieved relatively little success until early 1975. It spent 16 weeks at the top of the Australian album charts from late February 1975, and became the highest-selling album by an Australian act in Australia until that time, with sales of 240,000. In October 2010, it was listed at No. 9 in the book 100 Best Australian Albums.
70's Movies: The Ultimate Soundtrack.
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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.
Sylvia Vrethammer - "Y Viva Espana". 15. Clodagh Rodgers - "Jack In The Box". 16. Middle Of The Road - "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep". 17. Sammy Davis Jr - "The Candy Man" (with The Mike Curb Congregation). 18. Tom Jones - "She's A Lady". The Hues Corporation - "Rock The Boat". 7. The Drifters - "Kissin' In The Back Row Of The Movies". 8. The Stylistics - "Let's Put It All Together". 9. The Floaters - "Float On". 10. Thelma Houston - "Don't Leave Me This Way".
The '70s had a number of groundbreaking shows - for various reasons. CNN) If television is a mirror of its times, the 1970s were a very confused era indeed. The most popular shows of the decade's first half, such as "All in the Family," took on social issues with directness and passion.
|2||–Rod Stewart||Maggie May|
|3||–Donna Summer||I Feel Love|
|4||–Graham Bonnet||Warm Ride|
|5||–The Rubettes||Sugar Baby Love|
|7||–Elton John||Crocodile Rock|
|8||–Status Quo||Roll Over Lay Down|
|9||–The Bee Gees*||Night Fever|
|10||–The Carpenters*||Top Of The World|
|11||–Elton John & Kiki Dee||Don't Go Breaking My Heart|
|12||–The Bee Gees*||How Deep Is Your Love|
|13||–The Boomtown Rats||I Don't Like Mondays|
|14||–Bobby (Boris) Pickett And The Crypt-Kickers||The Monster Mash|
|15||–The Sweet||Love Is Like Oxygen|
|16||–Peter Allen||I Go To Rio|
|17||–Gloria Gaynor||I Will Survive|
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- Distributed By – J & B Records
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