The concept may be trite, and these may not be the best rock & roll tracks by these performers, but the lineup is unbeatable. And the reason simply is that this is a charity album, benefiting the . The foundation's clout within the industry is such that a collection like this, crossing record labels and featuring artists who virtually never agree to the use of their tracks on compilations, apparently is easily accomplished.
Rock and Roll - Led Zeppelin 70. I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones 71. Money - Pink Floyd 72. Miss You - The Rolling Stones 73. Piano Man - Billy Joel 74. Tired of Being Alone - Al Green 75. Killing Me Softly with His Song - Roberta Flack 7. Old Time Rock 'n' Roll - Bob Seger & Silver Bullet Band 97. Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ramones 98. Message in a Bottle - The Police 99. Mercy Mercy Me - Marvin Gaye 100. One of These Nights - The Eagles. 101. Oh Girl - The Chi-Lites 102. Train in Vain - The Clash 103.
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Argent - God Gave Rock and Roll to You. Cheap Trick - I Want You to Want Me. Barry Blue - Do You Wanna Dance? . Shop Now. About this release. 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).
Sucking the 70’s – Back in the Saddle is a follow-up album to the 2002 compilation Sucking the 70's. It was released in 2006 by Small Stone Records. Like the original, it features stoner rock bands covering songs from the 1970s. Are You Ready" - Sasquatch (originally performed by Grand Funk Railroad). Crazy Horses" - Puny Human (originally performed by The Osmonds). Red Hot Mama" - Clutch & Five Horse Johnson (originally performed by Funkadelic).
Top 100 ’70s Rock Albums. Ultimate Classic Rock Staff. Ultimate Classic Rock. Picking our list of the Top 100 '70s Rock Albums was no easy task, if only because that period boasted such sheer diversity. The decade saw rock branch into a series of intriguing new subgenres, beginning, at the dawn of the '70s, with heavy metal. Singer-songwriters came into their own; country-rock flourished. The era ended with the revitalizing energy of punk and New Wave. No list would be complete without climbing onto every one of those limbs
The '70s sometimes get a bad rap: Often these years are remembered as the musical era that brought us disco at its absolute gaudiest. It’s not their best album, but it’s the best at convincing serious young rock nerds that Devo were more than a silly footnote. 66. Derek and the Dominos, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (1970) For a band that only released one studio album, Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon sure made it count. Though originally snubbed, Layla has continued to be recognized as an explosion of blues-infused rock ’n’ roll and a seminal work in Clapton’s career.
And some I'd consider Rock N Roll in the 70's tradition. I also have fond memories of Precious & Few & Love Grows that are tied up in proms and parking, but arguably these are among the less "rocky" offerings.
|1-1||–Boston||More Than A Feeling|
|1-2||–Eddie Money||Baby, Hold On|
|1-3||–John David Souther||You're Only Lonely|
|1-4||–Electric Light Orchestra||Livin' Thing|
|1-5||–Dave Mason||The Lonely One|
|1-6||–Chase||Get it On|
|1-7||–Earth, Wind & Fire||Shining Star|
|1-8||–Looking Glass||Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)|
|1-11||–REO Speedwagon||Roll With the Changes|
|1-12||–Kansas||Carry On Wayward Son|
|2-1||–Santana||Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen|
|2-3||–Dave Loggins||Please Come To Boston|
|2-4||–Mott the Hoople||Sweet Jane|
|2-5||–Walter Egan||Magnet & Steel|
|2-6||–Albert Hammond||It Never Rains In Southern California|
|2-8||–Dan Hartman||Instant Replay|
|2-9||–Mother's Finest||Baby Love|
|2-10||–Paul Davis||I Go Crazy|
|2-11||–Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show||Cover Of The Rolling Stone|
|2-12||–The Edgar Winter Group||Frankenstein|
|3-1||–Meat Loaf||Paradise By The Dashboard Light|
|3-2||–Johnny Nash||I Can See Clearly Now|
|3-3||–The Hollies||The Air That I Breathe|
|3-4||–Rick Springfield||American Girls|
|3-5||–Rex Smith||You Take My Breath Away|
|3-6||–Poco||You Better Think Twice|
|3-7||–Wild Cherry||Play That Funky Music|
|3-8||–Rick Derringer||Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo|
|3-10||–Johnny Winter||Stay Alive & Well|
|3-11||–Michael Martin Murphey||Wildfire|
|3-12||–New Riders Of The Purple Sage||Panama Red|
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