Title: Those Rocking ’70s
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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 70's Album (Rockin') (Cass, Album, Comp). Volcano (2), Carsey Werner.
Ben’s original version of the song, recorded for his 1972 album Ben, is a subdued gem. But the version recorded for his massive 1976 crossover album Africa Brasil exudes joy, sparks flying from every exuberant note. The record would end up getting Rod Stewart-whose Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? bore a strong resemblance-sued. It’s not difficult, though, to see what Stewart saw in its jubilant DNA (unconsciously, according to his autobiography). This track is really three ’70s reggae classics in one: Max Romeo’s Chase the Devil, Prince Jazzbo’s Croaking Lizard, and Lee Perry’s mix of both with his own vocals. All this and more gets tossed in the pot in the nearly seven-minute-long Disco Devil. It divided the listeners of Eno’s first solo album, Here Come the Warm Jets, into those who got it and those who were left eating its ashes.
That '70s Show Presents That '70s Album: Rockin'. That '70s Show Presents That '70s Album: Rockin' is based on the Fox sitcom That '70s Show - a somewhat bawdy but harmless comedy about teens in the Me Decade - and the CD mimics the show's sentiment and attitude quite accurately, but with less schmaltz than the Jammin' album
E. Macan, Rocking the classics: English progressive rock and the counterculture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), pp. 35–6. com/song/t258253 retrieved 25 July 2009.
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. One way or another, they sneered. 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.
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).
Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson 68. We Are Family - Sister Sledge 69. Rock and Roll - Led Zeppelin 70. I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones 71. Money - Pink Floyd 7. That Lady - The Isley Brothers 108. Angie - The Rolling Stones 109. Rock Lobster - The B-52's 110. Have You Seen Her - The Chi-Lites 111. Reeling in the Years - Steely Dan 112.
|1-1||–Creedence Clearwater Revival||Travelin’ Band||2:06|
|1-2||–Rod Stewart||Maggie May||5:12|
|1-3||–Bachman-Turner Overdrive||Takin’ Care Of Business||4:49|
|1-4||–Lynyrd Skynyrd||Sweet Home Alabama||4:43|
|1-5||–Grand Funk Railroad||We’re An American Band||3:24|
|1-6||–Rick Derringer||Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo||3:42|
|1-7||–Lou Reed||Walk On The Wild Side||4:11|
|1-8||–Three Dog Night||Mama Told Me Not To Come||3:17|
|1-9||–Cheap Trick||I Want You To Want Me||3:09|
|1-10||–Patti Smith||Because The Night||3:20|
|1-11||–Alice Cooper||School’s Out||3:27|
|1-12||–Boston||More Than A Feeling||4:44|
|1-13||–Free||All Right Now||5:30|
|1-14||–Todd Rundgren||Hello It’s Me||3:49|
|1-15||–Eddie Money||Baby Hold On||3:30|
|1-17||–Journey||Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin’||3:50|
|1-19||–Mott The Hoople||All The Young Dudes||3:30|
|1-20||–Jethro Tull||Living In The Past||3:19|
|2-1||–The Edgar Winter Group||Frankenstein||4:44|
|2-2||–The Allman Brothers Band||Ramblin’ Man||4:55|
|2-3||–Ted Nugent||Cat Scratch Fever||3:37|
|2-4||–Joe Walsh||Life’s Been Good||4:39|
|2-5||–David Essex||Rock On||3:24|
|2-6||–Golden Earring||Radar Love||5:04|
|2-7||–George Thorogood & The Destroyers||Move It On Over||4:20|
|2-8||–The Hollies||Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)||3:16|
|2-9||–Meat Loaf||Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad||5:24|
|2-10||–Brownsville Station||Smokin’ In The Boys Room||2:57|
|2-11||–Electric Light Orchestra||Evil Woman||4:16|
|2-12||–Lee Michaels||Do You Know What I Mean||3:11|
|2-13||–The Knack||My Sharona||4:01|
|2-14||–Al Stewart||Year Of The Cat||4:35|
|2-15||–Argent||Hold Your Head Up||3:16|
|2-16||–Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes||Talk To Me||3:59|
|2-17||–Rare Earth||I Just Want To Celebrate||3:33|
|2-18||–Gary Glitter||Rock And Roll (Part 2)||2:55|
|2-19||–Blue Öyster Cult||(Don’t Fear) The Reaper||5:03|
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Photography, Artwork By – Karl Marquardt
- Remastered By – Lauren Hasten
Notes"SONY MUSIC SPECIAL PRODUCTS ®"
Track times taken from inside booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (text): 7989-22046-2
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Matrix / Runout (disc 1): DIDP-076648 1
- Matrix / Runout (disc 2): DIDP-076649 2
- Other (printed on disc 1): DIDP 076648
- Other (printed on disc 2): DIDP 076649