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Various Artists - Sounds of the Seventies: 1976 - Take Two album mp3
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    Sounds of the Seventies: 1976 - Take Two
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07 - Diana Ross - Love Hangover. 08 - KC And The Sunshine Band - (Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty. 09 - Steve Miller - Take the Money and Ru. p3. 10 - Bad Company - Young Blood. 11 - Electric Light Orchestra - Evil Woman. 12 - Roxy Music - Love Is the Drug. 13 - Maxine Nightingale - Right Back Where We Started From. 14 - Johnnie Taylor - Disco Lady. 15 - Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing.

.A fantastic collection of chart hits and original recordings from one of the most exciting musical years of the 70s! Includes;- Sailor, Simon May, Bonnie Tyler, 10cc, Fox, Real Thing, Paul Nicholas, Showaddywaddy, Bay City Rollers, Glitter Band, Gallagher & Lyle, Pussycat, Sutherland Brothers And Quiver, Dolly Parton, Dr Hook, Demis Roussos, Mud, Slik, Eric Carmen and Joan Armatrading.

The Best Seventies Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including T. Rex, Mott The Hoople, Sweet, The Jacksons, David Essex, Earth, Wind & Fire with The Emotions, Nilsson, Eric Carmen, Baccara and many more. Extra information about this release. 100 Hits – The Girls.


Bad Company - Performer, Primary Artist
Blue Öyster Cult - Performer, Primary Artist
Jerome Brailey - Composer
The Brothers Johnson - Performer, Primary Artist
Errol Brown - Composer
Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey - Composer
George Clinton - Composer
Bootsy Collins - Composer
Peter Criss - Composer
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Performer, Primary Artist
Don Davis - Composer
Vincent Edwards - Composer
Electric Light Orchestra - Performer, Primary Artist
Bob Ezrin - Composer
Bryan Ferry - Composer
Richard Finch - Composer
Foghat - Performer, Primary Artist
Peter Frampton - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Daryl Hall - Composer
Hot Chocolate - Performer, Primary Artist
Robert Hull - Associate Producer
George Johnson - Composer
Louis Johnson - Composer
KC & the Sunshine Band - Performer, Primary Artist
Chaka Khan - Composer
Kiss - Performer, Primary Artist
Jerry Leiber - Composer
Jeff Lynne - Composer
Phil Lynott - Composer
Andy Mackay - Composer
Tony Maiden - Composer
Charles McCardell - Executive Producer
Marilyn McLeod - Composer
Steve Miller - Composer
Steve Miller Band - Primary Artist
Steven Miller - Performer
Bobby Montgomery - Composer
Dorothy Moore - Performer, Primary Artist
John Morthland - Liner Notes
Maxine Nightingale - Performer, Primary Artist
John Oates - Composer, Performer
Parliament - Performer, Primary Artist
Stan Penridge - Composer
Lonesome Dave Peverett - Composer
Doc Pomus - Composer
Donald Roeser - Composer
Diana Ross - Performer, Primary Artist
Roxy Music - Performer, Primary Artist
Rufus - Performer, Primary Artist
Sonora Sam - Composer
Joe Sasfy - Series Consultant
Pam Sawyer - Composer
Harvey Scales - Composer
Paul Simon - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Nancy Stahl - Cover Art
Mike Stoller - Composer
Bruce Talamon - Photography
Johnnie Taylor - Performer, Primary Artist
Thin Lizzy - Performer, Primary Artist
Pierre Tubbs - Composer
Albert Vance - Composer
Tony Wilson - Composer
Gary Wright - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 (Don't Fear) The Reaper Donald Roeser Blue Öyster Cult 3:53
2 The Boys Are Back in Town Phil Lynott Thin Lizzy 3:37
3 Sweet Thing Chaka Khan / Tony Maiden Rufus 3:23
4 Tear the Roof Off the Sucker (Give Up the Funk) Jerome Brailey / George Clinton / Bootsy Collins Parliament 3:41
5 Still Crazy After All These Years Paul Simon Paul Simon 3:27
6 Love Is Alive Gary Wright Gary Wright 3:28
7 Love Hangover Marilyn McLeod / Pam Sawyer Diana Ross 3:51
8 (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey / Richard Finch KC & the Sunshine Band 3:05
9 Take the Money and Run Steve Miller Steve Miller Band 2:52
10 Young Blood Jerry Leiber / Doc Pomus / Mike Stoller Bad Company 2:40
11 Evil Woman Jeff Lynne Electric Light Orchestra 3:28
12 Love Is the Drug Bryan Ferry / Andy Mackay Roxy Music 4:00
13 Right Back Where We Started From Vincent Edwards / Pierre Tubbs Maxine Nightingale 3:17
14 Disco Lady Don Davis / Harvey Scales / Albert Vance Johnnie Taylor 4:31
15 You Sexy Thing Errol Brown / Tony Wilson Hot Chocolate 3:34
16 I'll Be Good to You George Johnson / Louis Johnson / Sonora Sam The Brothers Johnson 3:32
17 Beth Peter Criss / Bob Ezrin / Stan Penridge Kiss 2:47
18 Slow Ride Lonesome Dave Peverett Foghat 3:59
19 Baby, I Love Your Way Peter Frampton Peter Frampton 3:39
20 She's Gone Daryl Hall / John Oates Daryl Hall & John Oates 3:28
21 Misty Blue Bobby Montgomery Dorothy Moore 3:35