Various - History Of The 70's Volume One download album
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OutLaws - Legends Of Guitar: Rock: The '70s, Volume One Album. Send "OutLaws" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Legends Of Guitar: Rock: The '70s, Volume One. 0. 1. Freeborn Man (live).
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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. We’re gonna please ya please ya please ya please y. Dan Weiss. 68. Nick Drake, Pink Moon (1972) Few albums on this list have aged as well as Nick Drake ’s final album from 1972, recorded in a pair of post-midnight sessions with just Drake and producer John Wood. The simplicity of acoustic guitar, subtle piano and whispered vocals could have been recorded four decades later-and indeed Drake has sold many more copies of his albums since his death in 1974.
2014 studio album by various artists. Bob Dylan in the 80's: Volume One. Studio album by. various artists. The Wall Street Journal said Bob Dylan in the 80s: Volume One was an assembly of likable Dylan songs from his 1980s albums.
This is what Dylan in the 80s: Volume One, a compilation of covers mostly performed by Americans under 50, aims to salvage. DFA Records pal and current Bud Light commercial star Reggie Watts transforms Brownsville Girl into kaleidoscopic reggae, subtracting the whole Gregory Peck bit and, all told, seven and a half of the original 11 minutes. Some of the covers on Dylan in the 80s work because they restore the troubadour aspect of Dylan lore. They sound like voice-and-guitar Dylan, but not necessarily the Dylan of the original. Positively frilly guitar work and harmonica embed Elvis Perkins’ melancholy highway journey, Congratulations. Glen Hansard, the Dublin-bred frontman of The Frames, traces the original Pressing On with a humanist’s steady hand.
|A1||–Suzi Quatro||Can The Can||3:35|
|A2||–Blue Swede||Hooked On A Feeling||2:48|
|A3||–Dave Edmunds||Promised Land||2:33|
|A5||–The La De Das||Too Pooped To Pop||2:34|
|A6||–Ross Ryan||I Am Pegasus||2:55|
|A7||–Stevie Wright||Evie - Parts 1, 2 And 3||12:04|
|B1||–George Baker Selection||Little Green Bag||4:02|
|B2||–T. Rex||Hot Love||3:45|
|B3||–Joe Cocker||The Letter||4:00|
|B4||–Alvin Stardust||My Coo Ca Choo||3:00|
|B5||–Hank B. Marvin*||Sacha||3:17|
|B6||–Peter Skellern||You're A Lady||4:30|
|B7||–Raspberries||Go All The Way||3:20|