Arizona - Mark Lindsay 9. Some of my favorites: Brandy - Looking Glass Dancing In The Moonlight - King Harvest Diamond Girl - Seals And Croft Listen To The Music - Doobie Brothers It's Too Late Too Turn Back Now - Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose Tin Man - America Rock Your Baby - George McCrae Rocking Chair - Gwen McCrae Everlasting Love - Carl Carlton Show and Tell - Al Wilson Let'em In - Paul McCartney and Wings Midnight At The Oasis - Maria Muldar Come And Get Your Love - America Listen To What The Man Said - Paul McCartney and Wings Laughter In The Rain - Neil Sedaka Lowdown - Boz Scaggs Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller Band Dance With Me - Orleans Baby, Baby Fallin In Love - Hamilton,Joe Frank and Reynolds Sentimental - Bob Welch Silly Love Songs - Paul McCartney and Wings So Into You - Alanta Rhythm Section How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You - James Taylor Sharing The Night Together - Dr Hook How Long Has This Been Goin On - Ace An Everlasting Love - Andy Gibb September - Earth Wind and Fire Life's Been Good To Me So Far - Joe Walsh Sad Eyes - Robert John Can We Still Be Friends - Todd Rundgren Reminiscing - Little River Band You Cant Change That - Raydio Sweet Talkin' Woman - Electric Light Orchestra Groove Line - Heatwave Oh Honey - Delegation Love Will Find A Way - Pablo Cruise That's How Much I Feel - Ambrosia Baby Come Back - Player. Soul Hits of the '70s. Nothing but the hits too. I was a teenager when these songs hit the charts, and they all have a sentimental value to this day.
Now I know where to start looking. Mississippi Queen - Mountain Ok- seems sound quality is not as I remember it, but has the feel of it. I live in a foreign country now and I miss not being able to listen to my own personal golden oldies from the 70's. Not every song is a winner, but many of these songs were not--at least at the time--heavily anthologized. The album notes are incisive and witty, setting the proper tone for this excursion into bubble gum kitsch.
They should have squeezed a few more songs on those I believe they limit themselves to ten songs. That way if you don't dig the other material it's easy to get around. They should have squeezed a few more songs on those I believe they limit themselves to ten songs. Rhino indeed rules , tho. There are 25 of them. So there you have it. I'm straight up about to go to Amazon and track this down! Thunder Island - Jay Ferguson, 6.
I'm just lucky to have the first ten now I have this first installment. Similar material as on the Rhino comps. I've looked at all those Rhino sets but always chickened out at the last minute. TimeLife has an Ultimate 70s Series. Parts of it I remember are: Make a wish baby.
Some of the songs provided in this series appear on dozens of other compilations. The clerk probably thought I was nuts,lol. Over the years, Rhino Records definately has made some great compilations. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye - Steam 6. There are 25 of them. The 70's was a decade that offered a variety of styes when it came to music. Like Cee said, Rhino's Didn't It Blow You Mind! Can anyone recommend any other worthwhile 70s compilations? My favorite time of rock music was from 1964 through 1972.
There is slight but perceptual disconnect from the original version on a couple of the songs. But I recommend buying it anyway- it is a good collection of songs. April 2009 Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day is a series of music containing chiefly and lesser-known and songs from the 1970s. Cherry Hill Park - Billy Joe Royal 5. Sometimes When We Touch - Dan Hill, 7. Bluer Than Blue - Michael Johnson, 11. Many later volumes had difficulty coming up with twelve strong entries, but not Volume 1.
Consequently, there's a lot of variety here, and every volume may not be entertaining to all listeners, especially since Rhino predictably leans a little too heavily on novelties. These songs bring back alot of good memories. I'm straight up about to go to Amazon and track this down! I would love to get this compilations but the record store in my area sucks. Kiss You All Over - Exile, 12. I would love to get this compilations but the record store in my area sucks.
A confirmation message has been sent to your email address. In addition to that song,they also have a few other memorable hits. Rhino's multi-volume various-artists set Have a Nice Day: Super Hits of the '70s available as individual discs is an exhaustive overview of such hit singles, containing 12 tracks on each disc. Each volume has twelve songs. It was here where Rhino Records started out its Super Hits Of The '70s compilations. Black Betty - Ram Jam, 2. More Today Than Yesterday - Spiral Starecase 2.
Yes, this track and a few others here were released in late 1969, but hit their stride in the winter and spring of 1970. You're the biggest part of me. Like Cee said, Rhino's Didn't It Blow You Mind! The selection of music is an overview of the many disparate styles that would form the sound of the seventies. They also have made some good greatest hits compilations for individual artists. Come Saturday Morning - The Sandpipers 11.