모. This compilation ℗ 1993 Electrola, a divsion of EMI Electrola GmbH. Coverdesign: A. Backhausen - Köln. 1993 EMI Electrola GmbH.
Best of 1970-1980 Vo. Best of 1970-1980 Vo. Audio CD. 5 offers from £. 8.
Listen free to Various Artists – Best of February 2014 (Vo. ) (I Need It, Kick Life and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning! Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution!
Information on Various Artists. Brazilian Compilation Series Vol. 2. LP. 70. user score. Ghost in the Shell (Music Inspired by the Motion Picture). Nigeria Afrobeat Special - The New Explosive Sound in 1970's Nigeria. Peoples Potential Unlimited Family Album. 90. critic score.
What are the best albums of 1970? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Listed below are the greatest albums of 1970 as calculated from their overall rankings in over 38,000 greatest album charts. Best albums by year or decade. View by decade: 1940s.
Woodstock - Various Artists 21. John Barleycorn Must Die - Traffic 22. Workingman's Dead - The Grateful Dead 23. Tumbleweed Connection - Elton John 24. Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!': The Rolling Stones in Concert - The Rolling Stones 25. Band Of Gypsys - Jimi Hendrix 2. Bruce's choice - An unheralded great album from 1970. Boppin' The Blues - Carl Perkins and NRBQ. Adam's choice:, Ton-Ton Macoute! - Johnny Jenkins. Brett's choice:, Doris Troy - Doris Troy.
Various Artists-Best Rock Album in the World. this is an excellent double compilation. Mainly covering 1977 to 1980 great british bands. Makes you want to jump around the room and sing/shout along to the songs. those were the days !! Absolutely must get Vo. double CD compilation as well. by notgood1030 Apr, 2009. Very good punk compilation!
After the release of the Stooges’ final album, 1973’s 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. After a self-imposed exile in a West Coast mental institution, Pop put in a call to David Bowie, as the two had been intending to hook up for years, and a few days later, they’d boarded a plane to Paris, and then to romantic Berlin where they would finish work on The Idiot. Some of the most popular bands of the 1980s and ’90s did nothing but rip off those five songs over and over again. Graffiti is also the pinnacle of Zeppelin’s mythology: It contains all the requisite gnomes, swashbuckling fools, and garbled Paradise st-pie euphemisms.