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Rhino Hi-Five: Gordon Lightfoot
Greatest Hits is a 1975 compilation album by Cat Stevens. It reached #2 in the UK Albums Chart and peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200. Though made up mostly of tracks from his five previous studio albums, Cat Stevens' Greatest Hits did contain one new song, "Two Fine People", which was also released as a single in 1975, and the previous non-album single, "Another Saturday Night". Both singles charted at No. 33 and No. 6, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
The Best Of 3 Dog Night
Three Dog Night
The Best of 3 Dog Night is the fifteenth album by the American rock band, Three Dog Night and is a double album. released in 1982.
Hearts is the fifth studio album by American folk rock trio America, released by Warner Bros. Records in 1975. The album was produced by Beatles producer George Martin.
This album was a big hit in the US, reaching number 4 on the Billboard album chart and being certified GOLD by the RIAA. It produced three hit singles: "Sister Golden Hair", which went to number 1 on the Billboard singles chart and number 5 on the adult contemporary chart; "Daisy Jane", which peaked at 20 on the Billboard singles chart and number 4 on the Adult Contemporary chart; and the funky "Woman Tonight", which reached 44 on the Billboard singles chart and 41 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Several other songs received radio airplay on FM stations playing album tracks including "Company","Old Virginia", "Bell Tree" and "Midnight". The album was also released on Quadrophonic reel-to-reel tape for 4-channel enthusiasts.
The cover was designed by Phil Hartman, who eventually left graphic design to pursue acting.
Rhino Hi-Five: Harry Chapin
Sweet Baby James
Sweet Baby James is the second album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor, and his first release on Warner Bros. Records. Released in February 1970, the album includes one of Taylor's earliest successful singles: "Fire and Rain", which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album itself reached #3 on the Billboard Album Charts. Sweet Baby James made Taylor one of the main forces of the ascendant singer-songwriter movement. The album was nominated to a Grammy Award for Album of the Year, in 1971. The album was listed at #104 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Loggins & Messina
Sittin' In is the first album by singer-songwriters Loggins and Messina, released in 1971.
It began as a solo album by Kenny Loggins; Jim Messina was with Columbia Records, serving as an independent producer when he met Loggins. In the course of producing Loggins' work, Messina provided backing vocals and guitar, leading to the album's full title, Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina Sittin' In.
MFSL released an audiophile version of Sittin' In on the label's silver disc series in 1989. In 1994, Columbia Records' Sony Mastersound division also did their own remastering and released it as a gold CD. A new remastering by Kevin Gray was released as a vinyl-only pressing on 180-gram audiophile vinyl by Friday Music on May 10, 2011.
Still Crazy After All These Years
Still Crazy After All These Years is the fourth solo studio album by Paul Simon.
Recorded and released in 1975, the album produced four U.S. Top 40 hits: "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover", "Gone at Last", "My Little Town", and the title track. It won two Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in 1976. In Simon's acceptance speech for the Album of the Year award, he jokingly thanked Stevie Wonder, who had won the award the two previous years for Innervisions and Fulfillingness' First Finale, for not releasing an album that year.
"My Little Town" reunited Simon with former partner Art Garfunkel for the first time since 1970, while "Gone at Last" was a duet between Simon and Phoebe Snow.
The title track has been recorded by Rosemary Clooney, Ray Charles, Karen Carpenter, and Willie Nelson.
Honky Château is the fifth studio album by English musician Elton John. It was released in 1972, and was titled after the 18th century French chateau where it was recorded, Château d'Hérouville. The album reached number one in the US, the first of seven consecutive US number one albums for Elton John.
In 2012, the album was ranked number 359 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. It was certified gold in July 1972 and platinum in October 1995 by the RIAA. This was the final Elton John album on the Uni label in the US and Canada before MCA consolidated all of its various labels under the MCA brand. This and John's earlier Uni albums were later reissued on MCA Records.
Two singles were released worldwide from Honky Château, "Rocket Man" and "Honky Cat." A third single, "Hercules," was prepared for release, but this never materialised.
Poems, Prayers and Promises
Poems, Prayers & Promises is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. It was released in April, 1971. This album was Denver's commercial breakthrough, and contained several of his most popular songs, such as "Poems, Prayers, and Promises", "My Sweet Lady", "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado", "Sunshine on My Shoulders", and "Take Me Home, Country Roads", which would become one of Denver's signature songs.
The Best Of Bread
The Best of Bread is a multi-platinum compilation album by the band Bread released in 1973 by Elektra Records. The original album contains 12 songs that were first released between 1969 and 1972.
Seals & Crofts
Summer Breeze is the fourth album by the American soft rock band Seals and Crofts, released in 1972 through Warner Bros. Records. It was a major commercial breakthrough for the group, and peaked at #7 on the Billboard album chart. The title cut was released as a single on September 9, 1972, peaking at #4 on the Adult Contemporary chart, and #6 Pop. "Hummingbird" was the second single, climbing to #12 AC, #20 Pop, and #40 on the Canadian RPM Magazine charts.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
So Far is the fourth album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, their third as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and the first compilation album released by the group. Shipping as a gold record and peaking at #1 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, it was the band's third chart-topping album in a row. It has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA, and is the second best-selling album by any configuration of the quartet in tandem after their 1970 studio album, Déjà Vu.
Drew’s Famous Presents Rock Hits Of The 60's & 70's
The Next Voice You Hear: The Best Of Jackson Browne
The Next Voice You Hear: The Best of Jackson Browne is a greatest hits album by the singer-songwriter Jackson Browne released in 1997.
The Stranger (Legacy Edition)
The Stranger is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, released on September 29, 1977 by Columbia Records. It was the first of Joel's albums to be produced by Phil Ramone, whom he would go on to work with for all of his albums up until his 1986 album, The Bridge.
Recorded within the span of three weeks, The Stranger was released a year following Joel's previous studio effort, Turnstiles, which had sold modestly and peaked low on the US charts, prompting Columbia to consider dropping Joel if his next release did not sell well. Joel wanted the album to feature his newly-formed touring band that had formed during the production of Turnstiles, which consisted of drummer Liberty DeVitto, bass player Doug Stegmeyer and saxophonist Richie Cannata. Seeking out a new producer, he first turned to veteran Beatles producer George Martin before coming across and settling on Ramone, whose name he had seen on albums by other artists such as Paul Simon.
Spending six weeks at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200, The Stranger is considered Joel's critical and commercial breakthrough.
The Best Of Carly Simon
The Best of Carly Simon is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's sixth album, and her first greatest-hits compilation of previously released songs. Covering the first five years of her career, 1971 to 1975, the compilation includes six top ten hit singles, two minor hits and two album cuts that were never released as singles.
For many years, this was Simon's only greatest hits collection, and, as a result, it became her bestselling album. In the late 1990s, sales in the United States alone stood at over three million copies. However, in later years the collection could not be considered a complete or definitive representation of Simon's best or most popular work because it did not include her major hits from the mid-1970s onward, such as "Nobody Does It Better", "You Belong to Me", "Jesse", "Coming Around Again" and "Let the River Run". The fact that Simon had changed record labels several times made a more wide-ranging collection a difficult proposition.
Eagles is the debut studio album by the rock band the Eagles. The album was recorded at London's Olympic Studios with producer Glyn Johns and released in 1972. The album was an immediate success for the young band, reaching No. 22 on the charts and going platinum. Three singles were released from the album, each reaching the Top 40: "Take It Easy", "Witchy Woman", and "Peaceful Easy Feeling". The band, starting with this album, played a major role in popularizing the country rock sound.
The album was ranked number 368 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time published in 2012. The single "Take It Easy" is part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame "500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll". This album was slated for Quadraphonic release and even given a Quadraphonic catalog number but it was never released in that format.
One Tin Soldier (Theme from Billy Jack)
The Original Caste
Peter, Paul and Mary
Album 1700 is the seventh studio album by American folk music trio Peter, Paul and Mary, released in 1967. It produced the band's most successful and final hit "Leaving on a Jet Plane", a John Denver composition. The album peaked at number 15 on Billboard Magazine's Top LP chart and was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Folk Performance category. Album 1700 was so named because its original LP issue was Warner Bros. Records catalog number W-1700 for the mono version and WS-1700 for the stereo version. It stayed on the charts and rose again in 1969, thanks to the single release of "Leaving on a Jet Plane".
The song "I'm in Love with a Big Blue Frog" was written by Leslie Braunstein, who was the original lead singer of Soft White Underbelly, the band that became Blue Öyster Cult. The song was made into a children's book and covered by Willio and Phillio on a Disney children's album.
Her Greatest Hits (Songs Of Long Ago)
Her Greatest Hits: Songs of Long Ago is the first official compilation album by Carole King. It was released in 1978 and features twelve songs that had previously appeared on her six studio albums released between 1971 and 1976. The album was re-released on CD in 1999 with two additional tracks.
Rhino Hi-Five: England Dan & John Ford Coley
Chicago IX: Chicago's Greatest Hits
Chicago IX: Chicago's Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album, and ninth album overall, by the American band Chicago and was released in 1975 by Columbia Records in both stereo and SQ quadraphonic versions.
Including all of Chicago's biggest hits to date, this set stretches from their 1969 debut, Chicago Transit Authority, to 1974's Chicago VII. Chicago VIII and its hits, having only come out just months earlier, were considered too recent to anthologize, while Chicago III's material was overlooked for inclusion due to its lack of top-selling singles.
Chicago IX proved to be an enormous success upon its release. It reached #1 in the US and remained on the Billboard 200 for a total of 72 weeks. It has since been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA, signifying sales of over five million copies. Even though 2002's The Very Best of Chicago: Only the Beginning superseded it, Chicago IX was also reissued by Rhino Records, Chicago's current distributor. The album did not chart in the UK. This album was mixed and released in both stereo and quadraphonic.
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of The Moody Blues
The Moody Blues
The Best of The Moody Blues: 20th Century Masters
– The Millennium Collection is a 2000 compilation album by The Moody Blues.
Alice's Restaurant is the debut album by Arlo Guthrie released in September 1967 by Reprise Records. It features one of his most famous songs, "Alice's Restaurant Massacree". A steady seller, the album peaked at #29 on the Billboard 200 album chart on the week of March 2, 1968.
In 1996, Guthrie recorded the same material live for the album Alice's Restaurant: The Massacree Revisited.
Have a Good Time for Me is the third studio album by the singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards, released in 1973. Unlike his previous two albums, Have a Good Time for Me contained no original new material from Edwards, but covers of songs by Jimmie Rodgers, Joe Dolce, Malcolm McKinney and Eric Lilljequist. The result was the most country album Jonathan had released to date.
Angel Clare is the debut solo studio album by Art Garfunkel, released on September 11, 1973. It is his highest charting solo album, peaking at number 5 and contains his only Top 10 hit in the US as a solo artist, "All I Know" which peaked at number 9. It also contained two other Top 40 hits, "Traveling Boy" and "I Shall Sing". It was produced by long-time Simon & Garfunkel producer Roy Halee, alongside Art Garfunkel.
The title, Angel Clare, comes from the name of a character in Thomas Hardy's novel, Tess of the d'Urbervilles.
Still The One
Firefall is the self-titled debut from Firefall which saw its release in April 1976.
It featured the major hit single "You Are the Woman" which reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100. Two other tracks achieved minor success on the charts: "Livin' Ain't Livin'" at #42 and "Cinderella" at #34. This album became the fastest record to achieve gold status in Atlantic Records history.
Main Course, released in 1975 for the RSO label, is the 13th album by the Bee Gees, and their last album to be released by Atlantic Records in the US under its distribution deal with Robert Stigwood. This album marked a change for the Bee Gees as it was their first album to include disco influenced songs, and it created the model for their output through the rest of the 1970s. It was the group's thirteenth album. Main Course was the first album to feature keyboardist Blue Weaver. The album cover with the band's new logo designed by US artist Drew Struzan made its first appearance here.
Brewer & Shipley
Tarkio is the third album by Brewer & Shipley. Released in 1970, the album yielded the hit singles "One Toke Over the Line" and "Tarkio Road."
The title came about when they left California in 1969 returning to the Midwest, this time to Kansas City, Missouri, where they played college towns in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas. The title referred to songs that came to mind when they were driving to and from Kansas City to their gigs in Nebraska and Iowa on the 2-lane U.S. Route 59 which went through Tarkio, Missouri. In 2011 they held an outdoor concert in downtown Tarkio to celebrate the anniversary of the album. Some reports have erroneously indicated the album was inspired by a 1969 concert at the Mule Barn at Tarkio College but the group has maintained the song was based on the road.
"Tarkio Road" reached #41 in Canada.
Jerry Garcia contributed a distinctive steel guitar intro to the track "Oh Mommy," which was purportedly a plea to throw Richard Nixon out of office. The album also features John Kahn and Bill Vitt on bass guitar and drums, respectively; they were regulars of The Jerry Garcia Band.
First Under The Wire (2010 Remaster)
Little River Band
First Under the Wire is the fifth album by Australian group Little River Band. Released in July 1979 by Capitol Records, it peaked at No. 2 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. It was the band's only United States top ten album and was certified platinum status according to RIAA. The album included two top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hits in "Lonesome Loser" and "Cool Change".
On 30 July 2010, the album became available for download.
Chronicle: 20 Greatest Hits
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Chronicle, Vol. 1, also known as Chronicle: The 20 Greatest Hits, is a greatest hits album by the American swamp rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was released in January 1976 by Fantasy Records. The edited version of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" featured on the album was simultaneously released as a single.
Chronicle, Vol. 1 is a singles collection with 13 A-sides and seven B-sides. Unlike the two previously released Creedence Gold compilations, Chronicle Vol. 1 includes all of the group's charted hits. Chronicle, Vol. 2 was released in 1986, and features non-charting "classics" collected from the same albums as the songs on Vol. 1.
Certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America, it is the best-selling album in the band's catalog. The compilation was ranked number 59 in the updated version of Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of all time. It has sold 6,357,000 copies in the US since 1991, when Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales for Billboard. It was re-released on vinyl in 2014 as a Limited Edition.
Goodbye Girl is the third solo album by David Gates of Bread. The song "Goodbye Girl" was also used in the movie of the same name.
"Took the Last Train" was released as a follow-up single, which also became a U.S. and Canadian Top 40 hit.
Only tracks 1-4, 6 and 7 are new material; the remainder are reissued from previous albums.
Aimee And Other Hits
Pure Prairie League
Crimson & Clover
Tommy James & The Shondells
Crimson & Clover is the sixth album by Tommy James and the Shondells. It features the #1 hit "Crimson and Clover" as well as the #2 hit "Crystal Blue Persuasion". The album "Crimson & Clover", was released in January 1969 and reached a peak of #8 on the Billboard 200.
Based on suggestions from radio stations the group chose to create an extended five-and-a-half minute long version of the title song for the album. The first two verses were copied without lead vocals, and then overdubbed with guitar solos by Shondells guitarist Ed Gray using steel guitars and fuzz guitars, as well as an extended one-minute wah-wah pedal finish. During tape copying a slight speed error was inadvertently introduced. This resulted in a small drop in pitch during the new guitar solo sections, which went unfixed.
The group had toured with Vice President Hubert Humphrey during his 1968 presidential campaign. Humphrey showed his appreciation by writing the liner notes for the Crimson and Clover album.
Nether Lands is the fourth album by American singer-songwriter Dan Fogelberg, released in 1977. The album title is a play on Nederland, Colorado, the location of one of the studios used to record the album. Nederland is the Dutch name for the country known in English as the Netherlands.
Wings Greatest is a 1978 compilation album by Wings and their eighth album as well as Paul McCartney's tenth since leaving the Beatles. It is notable as being the first official retrospective release from McCartney's post-Beatles career. The album was remastered and reissued in 1993, as part of The Paul McCartney Collection, and again in 2018.
Moonlight Feels Right
Relaxing Guitar Music
Platinum & Gold Collection
The Lovin' Spoonful
Blue Sky-Night Thunder
Fleetwood Mac is the tenth studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in July 1975 by Reprise Records. It was the band's second eponymous album, the first being their 1968 debut album. Among Fleetwood Mac fans, the album is often referred to as The White Album. This is the first Fleetwood Mac album to feature Lindsey Buckingham as guitarist and Stevie Nicks as vocalist, after Bob Welch departed the band in late 1974. The album was also the band's last to be released on the Reprise label until 1997's The Dance.
The album reached number one on the Billboard 200 over a year after entering the chart, spent 37 weeks within the top 10, and more than fifteen months within the top 40. It was the second biggest album of 1976 and the tenth biggest album of 1977. It launched three top twenty singles: "Over My Head", "Rhiannon" and "Say You Love Me", the last two falling just short of the top ten, both at No. 11. In 1986, it was certified 7x platinum by the RIAA representing shipments of seven million units in the United States.
"Warm Ways" was the first single lifted from the album in 1975 in the UK.
The Essential Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show
Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
The Essential Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show is a compilation album by American rock band Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, released in 2003 as a single disc, 14-track career-spanning anthology. It is part of Sony BMG's Essential series of compilation albums, and includes tracks from Dr Hook's five studio albums Dr. Hook, Sloppy Seconds, Bankrupt, A Little Bit More and Belly Up!.
Save The Turtles: The Turtles' Greatest Hits
Between the Lines ((Remastered))
Between the Lines, is the seventh studio album by Janis Ian, released in 1975. The album was recorded and mixed at 914 Sound Studios in Blauvelt, New York, USA. Production was by Brooks Arthur. The album reached #1 on the Billboard album chart in September 1975, and sold 1.9 million copies in the United States.
The popular song "At Seventeen" was released as a single and reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Ian won the 1975 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the song, and performed it on the first episode of Saturday Night Live on October 11, 1975.
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