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The Captain And Me
The Doobie Brothers
The Captain and Me is the third studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on March 2, 1973, by Warner Bros. Records. It features some of their most popular hits including "Long Train Runnin'", "China Grove" and "Without You". The album is certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA.
Rhino Hi-Five: Orleans
Vehicle / Lead Me Home, Gently (45 Version)
The Ides Of March
They Only Come Out At Night
The Edgar Winter Group
They Only Come Out at Night is the third studio album by Edgar Winter and the first by the Edgar Winter Group. A commercial hit, the album reached the #3 slot on the Billboard 200 chart and also features two of the band's biggest songs: "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride". Musically, besides the country track "Round & Round," the album features a mixture of mostly blues rock and boogie woogie induced rock in a generally carefree and upbeat sound. The album eventually sold two million copies.
In 2006, the album was reissued on Super Audio CD by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab as well as the 2008 Quadraphonic rendition was reissued by SBME Sony BMG Music Entertainment. In the same year, it was featured in the video game Prey.
Writer Stephen King mentioned the album in his 1975 novel 'Salem's Lot.
The album is mentioned in the song "I Love My Dad" by Sun Kil Moon on their 2014 album Benji.
The Australian cassette issue of the album in 1973 transposes "Undercover Man" and "Frankenstein" and has a wholly different cover: a photo of the band posing against a black background.
The American cassette follows the same track order as the Australian issue, but retains the original cover.
Hits! is a compilation album by Boz Scaggs, first released in 1980. It focuses primarily on material released in 1976 and 1980. The album has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
Playlist: The Very Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears
Blood, Sweat & Tears
Loggins And Messina
Loggins & Messina
Loggins and Messina is the second album by singer/songwriters Loggins and Messina, released in 1972.
Following on the success of their first album, this album built on the strengths of their debut outing. It also became the true introduction of the team, Loggins and Messina, not as singles playing together, but rather as a team that played as one.
It featured two songs that charted, with "Your Mama Don't Dance" reaching its peak at #4, their highest charting single. The album itself charted at #16. The album version of "Thinking of You" is a different recording than the hit single. Kenny Loggins played harmonica on four songs: "Whiskey", "Long Tail Cat", "Thinking of You" and the Jim Messina-penned instrumental "Just Before the News".
Class Reunion '71: Greatest Hits Of 1971
Revolutions: The Very Best Of Steve Winwood
Revolutions – The Very Best of Steve Winwood is the sixth compilation album by Steve Winwood. The album includes music from Winwood's solo career, as well as groups with which he has performed, including The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, and Blind Faith. The CD was released as a box set and a single disc. As of October 2014, the box set is out of print, while the single disc is still available. The songs "The Finer Things" and "Roll With It" are exclusive to the single disc version and cannot be found on the box set.
In addition the version of "The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys" on both versions of this compilation is a different mix where various solos not on the original album version are heard. There is no indication of this on the album, but like other songs on the compilation, it is clearly different.
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Atlanta Rhythm Section
Atlanta Rhythm Section
20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Atlanta Rhythm Section is a greatest hits album by the band Atlanta Rhythm Section released through Universal Music Group The collection spans the band's history from 1974 through 1981.
It Don't Come Easy
Drew’s Famous Presents Rock Hits Of The 60's & 70's
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.
The Greatest Of The Guess Who
The Guess Who
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You (Re-Recorded)
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Peter Frampton
You Are The Woman
Songs You Know - Volume 7 Classic Rock [Mini Bundle]
Can't Buy A Thrill
Can't Buy a Thrill is the debut studio album by the American rock band Steely Dan, released in November 1972 by ABC Records. It was produced by Gary Katz and written by band members Donald Fagen and Walter Becker. The album was recorded at The Village Recorder in Los Angeles.
The Rascals: Essentials
Rhino Hi-Five: Blues Image
The Dream Weaver
The Dream Weaver is a solo album by Gary Wright released in July 1975.
The album was said by Wright to be the first-ever all-keyboard album, but in fact it also features drums, vocals, and guitar, among other instruments. The performers include David Foster, Bobby Lyle, and Wright himself on keyboards, and Jim Keltner and Andy Newmark on drums. The track "Power of Love" featured Wright's Warner Bros. labelmate Ronnie Montrose on electric guitar.
The album's success was a slow but steady accomplishment as the album eventually peaked at number 7 on Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart in the spring of 1976. The album's "title cut" and "Love Is Alive" both peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
ozark mountain daredevils
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by The Association, released in 1968 by Warner Bros. Records. The album peaked at #4 on the Billboard 200 album chart. It has sold more than 2 million copies in the U.S. alone, making it the group's biggest seller.
The autobiographical tune "Six Man Band", written by Terry Kirkman, was a new song which had also been released as a mono single in July 1968, then appeared in a stereo mix on this album. The version of "Enter the Young" that is on this collection is a re-recording of a track from their first LP. Despite the title, the album does not include the singles "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies" or "Looking Glass", using non-hits such as "Like Always" and "We Love Us" instead.
Some recordings on this album were encoded with the Haeco-CSG process.
Worlds Away is the fourth and most successful album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. The album charted higher than any other of the band's albums, reaching #6 in the United States. Three singles were released from the album: "Love Will Find a Way", "Don't Want to Live Without It" and "I Go to Rio", reaching #6, #21, and #46 respectively. The title track, "Worlds Away" was not released as a single, but remains a favorite among many fans of the band today.
Before the album was recorded, original bassist Bud Cockrell left the band and was replaced by former Santana member Bruce Day.
Come and Get It
All Together Now
All Together Now, released in 1972, was the third album recorded by British rock band Argent. It was originally released on Epic Records, KE 31556. It was Argent's first hit album; it features "Hold Your Head Up", their most successful single, which reached number five in both the UK and U.S. singles charts. Other featured songs include "Tragedy", "I Am the Dance of Ages" and "He's a Dynamo".
The 1997 compact disc re-release of All Together Now by Koch Records features an additional seven tracks not included on the original seven-track vinyl record. The bonus tracks include "God Gave Rock and Roll to You", which, owing to the popular cover/remake by Kiss, is one of Argent's best-known songs.
In 2009, for their reunion, Mr. Big recorded a cover of "Hold Your Head Up" and played it throughout the tour. Uriah Heep also covered the song on their 1989 album Raging Silence. All bonus tracks were previously released on albums, except "Kingdom", which was the flip side of the "Celebration" single, and "Closer to Heaven" which was the B-side of the single "Hold Your Head Up".
In 2012, Esoteric Recordings of Europe released the album with "Closer to Heaven" as a bonus track.
Flying the Flag
Climax Blues Band
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
Crosby, Stills & Nash
A New World Record
Electric Light Orchestra
A New World Record is the sixth studio album by Electric Light Orchestra. It was released in September 1976 on United Artists Records in the U.S., and on 19 November 1976 on Jet Records in the United Kingdom. A New World Record marked ELO's shift towards shorter pop songs, a trend which would continue across their career.
Their second album to be recorded at Musicland Studios in Munich, the LP proved to be the band's breakthrough in the UK; after their previous three studio recordings failed to chart in their home market, A New World Record became their first top ten album in the UK. It became a global success and reached multi-platinum status in the US and UK, The album sold five million units worldwide within its first year of release. The cover art features the ELO logo, designed by Kosh, for the first time. This logo would be included on most of the group's subsequent releases.
Greatest Hits is a collection of Bob Welch's best known songs when he was signed to Capitol Records.
Running On Empty
Revolution Rock Files, Vol. 3
On The Border
Time of the Season / She's Not There
Earth is the fourth album by Jefferson Starship. The album was recorded in 1977, with the same band lineup as the previous album, Spitfire and released in 1978.
The band had not toured in 1977, partly due to Marty Balin's reluctance to commit to the band. The song "Count on Me" became a Top 10 single, peaking at No. 8. The album hit No. 5 on the Billboard charts. A US and European tour followed. A riot in West Germany occurred after the band decided not to play without Grace Slick, who was ill. They lost their guitars and equipment during the riot and played one more tense show on West German TV in Hamburg, after which Slick left the band for one album. Marty Balin led the band for one more show at a Genesis concert at the Knebworth Festival in England using rented equipment. When they returned to the US, drummer John Barbata left the band after a serious car accident. This would be the end of the 1970s line-up and several new members joined the band, as well as a new record producer. Success of this album led to Jefferson Starship being contracted to provide a song for the Star Wars Holiday Special.
70's Top 40 - Precious And Few
Rhino Hi Five: Ambrosia
Fly Like An Eagle
Steve Miller Band
Fly Like an Eagle is the ninth studio album by American rock group Steve Miller Band. The album was released in May 1976 by Capitol Records in the United States, Canada and Japan and Mercury Records in Europe.
The album was a success, spawning three singles: the title track, "Take the Money and Run" and "Rock'n Me", and eventually receiving quadruple platinum certification from the RIAA.
In 2012, the album was ranked number 445 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Playlist: The Very Best Of Kansas
Playlist: The Very Best of Kansas is a compilation album, released on 29 April 2008, of some of Kansas's most popular songs.
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of 10CC
Retrospective (The Best Of Buffalo Springfield)
The Lovin' Spoonful
The Lovin' Spoonful Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the folk rock group The Lovin' Spoonful, released on Buddha Records on February 22, 2000. The album contains every Top 40 hit single enjoyed by the band in the United States including its only chart-topper, "Summer in the City." The original recordings were produced by Erik Jacobsen, and originally released on Kama Sutra Records.
Tommy James And The Shondells
Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player (Newly Remastered)
Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player is the sixth studio album by Elton John. Released in January, 1973 by DJM Records, it was John's sixth normal studio album release, and was his second straight No. 1 album in the US, yielding his first No. 1 single in both the US and Canada: "Crocodile Rock". "Daniel" was also a major hit from the album, giving him his second Canadian No. 1 single on the RPM Top Singles Chart and No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and reaching No. 4 in the UK, one place higher than achieved by "Crocodile Rock".
Platinum & Gold Collection
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