|1||–Thin Lizzy||The Boys Are Back In Town|
Written-By – Lynott
|2||–Golden Earring||Radar Love|
Written-By – Hay, Kooymans
|3||–10 CC||I'm Not In Love|
Written-By – Stewart, Gouldman
|4||–Rainbow||Since You Been Gone|
Written-By – Ballard
|5||–Derek & The Dominos||Layla|
Written-By – Clapton, Gordon
|6||–The New Seekers Featuring Lyn Paul||You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me|
Written-By – Stevens, Macaulay
Written-By – Nicholson
|8||–Medicine Head||One & One Is One|
Written-By – Fiddler
|9||–Peaches & Herb||Reunited|
Written-By – Fekaris, Perren
Written-By – Reid
|11||–Kool & The Gang||Ladies Night|
Written-By – G.M. Brown, Kool & The Gang
|12||–Bachman Turner Overdrive||You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet|
Written-By – R. Bachmann
|13||–The Stylistics||Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)|
Written-By – Weiss, Hugo-Luigi
|14||–The Rubettes||Sugar Baby Love|
Written-By – Waddington, Bickerton
|15||–Sham 69||Hersham Boys|
Written-By – Parsons, Pursey
|16||–Status Quo||Down Down|
Written-By – Young, Rossi
|CN4 2078||Various||Top Ten Groups Of The 70 (Cass, Comp)||Contour||CN4 2078||UK||Unknown|
On back cover:
Country of manufacture of records as stated on record label
Made in England
On label side A:
℗ 1975 (Track A1), ℗ 1976 (Track A3), ℗ 1974 (Track A8) Phonogram Ltd.
℗ 1970 (Track A2), ℗ 1973 (Tracks A4, A6) Polydor Int.
℗ 1972 (Track A5) The Decca Record Co. Ltd.
℗ 1979 (Track A7) DeLite Recorded Sounds
On label side B:
℗ 1975 (Track B1) Avco Record Corp.
℗ 1970 (Track B2) The Decca Record Co. Ltd.
℗ 1978 (Track B3), ℗ 1979 (Track B7) Polydor Inc.
℗ 1974 (Track B4) Polydor Int.
℗ 1973 (Track B5) Track Records Ltd.
℗ 1979 (Track B6) Polydor (U.K.) Ltd.
℗ 1974 (Track B8) Phonogram Inc.
Music publishers per labels:
A1 - St. Annes's Music
A2 - Throat Music
A3 - Chappel Music/PUK
A4 - Biscuit/B. Feldman
A5 - Catrine Music
A6 - Dick James Music
A7 - Planetary-Nom
A8 - Eaton Music/Valley Music
B1 - Peterman & Co. Ltd.
B2 - Enquiry Music/Carlin Music Corp.
B3 - The Welk Music Group
B4 - Ladysmith Music Ltd.
B5 - STEMRA (MPCS)
B6 - Singatune Publishers
B7 - Island Music
B8 - Screen Gems-EMI Music
- Barcode (Scanned): 5010946207819
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): CN2078A // 1V420W
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): CN2078B // 1V420W
- Rights Society (Track B5): STEMRA (MPCS)
- Record Company – Pickwick International, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Avco Records Corp.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – De-Lite Recorded Sounds
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Incorporated
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor International
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Track Records Ltd.
- Published By – B. Feldman
- Published By – Biscuit
- Published By – Carlin Music Corp.
- Published By – Catrine Music
- Published By – Chappell Music
- Published By – Dick James Music
- Published By – Eaton Music
- Published By – Enquiry Music
- Published By – Island Music
- Published By – Ladysmith Music Ltd.
- Published By – Peterman & Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Planetary-Nom
- Published By – PUK
- Published By – Screen Gems-EMI Music
- Published By – Singatune Publishing
- Published By – St. Anne's Music
- Published By – Throat Music
- Published By – Valley Music
- Published By – Welk Music Group
The Top Ten. 1 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin was an English rock band formed in London in 1968. Rumors was a pinnacle album back in the 70s, and you couldn't turn on any radio channel without hearing a track form that album. It really defined the middle portion of the 70s and went on to be perhaps one of the most well known and familiar albums of all time, with several top 10 hits and great rock songs one after the other. Ah the Mac. Seriously talented and unique bunch but yes very repetitive after Rumours, trying to duplicate its success. The first of great ensemble groups and great songwriting. Different, fast and in your face. 8Load More. After the gold rush of 1960s California rock, most of its main players spent the 70s slowly hippie-twirling towards irrelevance and rehab resorts. Not so for Mr. Young, who was just hitting his stride as the decade turned over, kicking off a run of 11 great albums in 10 years with After the Gold Rush. After the release of the Stooges final album, 1973s Raw Power, Iggy Pop bottomed out. It would take four years, several jailings, and countless beatings before he would get back on his feet to launch his solo career. The tracklist is like the Ten Commandments of hard rock, wielding Custard Pie, The Wanton Song, Trampled Under Foot, Ten Years Gone, and Kashmir. Jermaine with top 10 hit Daddy's Home and Michael topped the charts with Ben theme song to the movie. Other family acts included Gladys Knight & the Pips who topped the charts with Midnight Train to Georgia, Sly & the Family Stone who brought Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin and Family Affair to the top spot. The most successful of the female artist in the 1970s was Loretta Lynn, releasing her best selling album Coal Miner's Daughter in 1970. She gained a total of seven number one albums, and 20 number one hit singles including her biggest hit single, 1970s Coal Miner's Daughter, which went on to sell more than 500,000 copies to date. TOP 200 Greatest '70s & '80s Music Hits - Продолжительность: 23:53. Top 100 Most Iconic Songs of the ALL-TIME - Продолжительность: 16:48 Cox Content. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Country Top Hits of the 70's. Your Rating. Hall & Oates' last album of the '70s - and the final one before 'Voices' launched their '80s streak with four Top 30 hits, including the No. 1 Kiss on My List - sums up the decade, and their first eight albums, with an occasionally uneasy mix of rock, pop and soul. Wait for Me, though, gets it exactly right. Three years later, the duo were recording for another label and hit the Top 5 with 'Sara Smile' see No. 3 on our list of the Top 10 Hall & Oates Songs of the '70s. So their old record company reissued 'She's Gone,' and this time the song made it to No. It's the duo's best song, a soulful ballad featuring powerhouse vocal performances by both Hall and Oates. This is a list of popular 70s songs from bands or artists who only had one single reach the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Many of these bands and artists had extensive careers, either in the US or other countries, they just didn't ever have another single reach the Top 40 after the songs on this list. Vote up and down your faves Many of the bands and artists listed had popular hits in their native countries. For example, Shocking Blue's only breakthrough song in America was the now-iconic Venus, but they had a number of successful hits in their na. See details and exclusions - Various - Top Ten Hits of the Seventies. No 1 Hits of The 70 S Various Artists CD. Trending price. Top 10 Of The Worlds Most Popular Gay Districts. June 27, 2020. The result was an unbelievably powerful album that when considering its context is even more out of place than at first glance. Led Zeppelin was turning blues into metal, the Who were turning power chords into their most melodic form, yet no one was making rock like this. The production may have been a bit too much, but the album is so sharp, it just doesnt matter. The result was to push more of the groups original country-rock sound farther in the background in favor of a more hard rock sound that was associated with Walsh. Out of this came the groups best album, along with some of their best songs. Why revisit the music of the 70s For starters, its without question one of the most significant decades in terms of how much music changed and exploded into new and experimental forms. It gave us heavy metal and industrial. This album arguably offers the 1970s most believable