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'SOME GREAT 'SOUNDS' FROM THE 70's'
on 22 November 2013
The first thing many would point out is that there are 'many' missing artists
of the day, that is of course the case, however what is on-board is a collection
of numbers that remain a significant reflection of the music and style we remember
Those of us that 'raved' about the swinging-sixties couldn't fail to also admire
the sounds that emerged throughout the seventies ( me ? ..'I kept collecting vinyl )
The 3CD compilation is definitely worth checking out, highlighting a few of the
super-sounds on board...disc one...'E.L.O' --'Living Thing'...'Lou Reed' --'Walk on
the Wild Side'...'Bay City Rollers' --'Shang a Lang'...'Chas and Dave' --'Gotcha'...
'Smokie' --'So You Think You Know How To Love Me'...'and...'Chicory Tip' --Son of my
Father'....just a few of the sounds on disc one, disc two...'Elvis' --'The Wonder of
You'...'Dolly Parton' --'Jolene'...'Melanie' --'Brand New Key'...'Gladys Knight and
The Pips' --'Midnight Train To Georgia'...'Perry Como' --'It's Impossible'...and...
'Sad Cafe' --'Every Day Hurts'...just a few among a great track list on disc two...
on the third...'Average White Band' --Piok up The Pieces'...'The Tymes' --'Ms Grace'
...'Drifter's' --'Kissin' in the back row of the Movies'...'Johnny Nash' --'I Can
See Clearly Now'...'Tina Charles' --'I Love to Love'...and...'The Tramms' --'Hold
Back the Night'...again just highlighting one or two of the many great sounds on disc
I've pin-pointed a few examples of the sounds on board showing the quality on-board.
Currently at a 'Bargain-Price'....worth checking out.