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Recorded in the late 70's with singers like Sharalee Lucas- Edie Lehmann-Sue Allen-Mike Redman-Paul Johnson- Dick Bolks-Gene Merlino.
Album · 2007 · 26 Songs. Sing 20 Number One Hits. Save Your Kisses for Me.
These are the top 100 artists of the 1970's. This list was compiled using several sources including chart rankings, radio airplay, genre influence, and cultural influence to name a few.
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Crystal Gayle, sister of Loretta Lynn who became a Countrypolitan sensation in the 70s and 80s and had 18 No. 1's during this stretch. Best known for "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue. Bobbie Gentry, one of the first female artists to write and produce her own material. Mickey Newbury, singer/songwriter started the lyric revolution in Nashville with his 1969 album Looks Like Rain. He wrote over 500 songs and has over 1000 covers to date. He was a songwriter's songwriter. Marie Osmond, Youngest female to date to have a No. 1 country hit, with "Paper Roses" in 1973, and also had a string of country hits in the mid-1980s such as;"Meet Me in Montana" (with Dan Seals), "There's No Stopping Your Heart", "Read My Lips", "You're Still New To Me" (with Paul Davis). and "I Only Wanted You".
Jack Johnson (also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson on reissues) is a studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was released on February 24, 1971, by Columbia Records. The album was conceived by Davis for Bill Cayton's documentary of the same name, on the life of boxer Jack Johnson. Its two 25-minute-plus tracks were produced from recordings made on February 18 and April 7, 1970, at 30th Street Studio in New York City
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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. Disco doesn’t reference the flashy dance genre of the same name but rather the concept of the discomix, a 12 vinyl format that contains a vocal song seamlessly followed by a dub remix or a deejay version (meaning a rapped performance over the rhythm track).
The '70s ended nearly 39 years ago, but That '70s Show began 20 years ago today. Throughout its eight seasons and 200 episodes, the series exemplified the "Me". The cast of That ’70s Show are not good singers. Laura Prepon’s Donna is probably the best, but Topher Grace’s Eric, with his lovable awkwardness, injects the most emotion. He really puts his whole body into it. Their sing-along moments are commonplace and horribly cheesy in a so-bad-it’s-good type of way. But they end up being nothing less than wholly relatable. Paul & Paula’s original Hey Paula (which you might have read about recently on The Number Ones) is a fleeting pop ballad that sounds like air, all gooey-eyed but sanitized. In Eric’s sloppy house party rendition, he dirties it up with a drunken charm, cleverly adjusting the lyrics to feature the name of his own beloved Donna.
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|A1||Sing And Shout The Victory||2:33|
|A2||Pass It On||2:54|
|A3||PTL (Praise The Lord)||2:15|
|A4||He's Everything To Me||2:47|
|A5||His Sheep Am I||2:57|
|A6||That The World May Know||4:05|
|B1||A Melody Of Love||2:34|
|B2||His Grace Will See Us Through||3:05|
|B3||In The Heart Of Jesus||2:58|
|B4||This Is My Story||2:28|
|B5||O Happy Day!||3:00|
|B6||Wonderful Grace Of Jesus||2:18|
- Bass – Ron Brown
- Conductor, Keyboards, Vocals – Paul Johnson
- Drums, Vocals – Mike Omartian*
- Vocals – Ann Waters, Bill Barron , Bob Horner, Carol Holbrook, Cheris Jensen, Danette Sewell, Danny Robbins, Jan Hamilton, Jan Horner, Janie Grayson, Maxine Willard, Sandy Miller, Sue Peterson, Terry Stilwell, Walter Arties