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Included with the collection is a page booklet with stories about the songs and artists. Help Contact. About Us Affiliate Program. The Best of Soft Rock Singer-songwriters, acoustic guitars, and sun-kissed melodies. Singer-songwriters, acoustic guitars, and sun-kissed melodies.
Add to Cart. Customer Reviews. Customer Service Help Contact. Saturday in the Park Chicago. Ride Like the Wind Christopher Cross. Show Me the Way Peter Frampton. How Much I Feel Ambrosia. Lowdown Boz Scaggs. Piano Man Billy Joel. Longer Dan Fogelberg. Miracles Jefferson Starship. Lost in Love Air Supply. Rosanna Toto. More Than a Feeling Boston.
Total Eclipse of the Heart Bonnie Tyler. Living Inside Myself Gino Vannelli. The Flame Cheap Trick. Sara Starship.Sounds of the Seventies was a volume series issued by Time-Life during the late s and early-to-mid s, spotlighting pop music of the s.
Much like Time-Life's other series chronicling popular music, volumes in the "Sounds of the Seventies" series covered a specific time period, including individual years in some volumes, and different parts of the decade for instance, the early s in others; in addition, some volumes covered specific trends, such as music popular on album-oriented rock stations on the FM band.
Each volume was issued on either compact disccassette or with volumes issued prior to vinyl record. Individual volumes generally contained anywhere between 18 and 22 tracks, and represented the highlighted time period's most popular and noteworthy tracks. Also included was a booklet, containing liner notes written by some of the most respected historians of the genre, photographs of the artists, and information on the songs writers, performers and peak position on Billboard magazine ' s Billboard Hot chart.
As was the case with Time-Life's other series, "Sounds of the Seventies" was advertised in television and magazine advertisements. The series was available by subscription by calling a number ; those who purchased the series in that fashion received a new volume roughly every other month on the format of their choiceand had the option of keeping the volumes they wanted.
Each volume was also offered for individual sale. When the series was fully issued, a customer could purchase the entire series at once or a group of albums, as packaged by Time-Life as part of a promotionoften at a discounted price. New volumes in the original series continued to be issued throughthe final one being a volume titled Sounds of the Seventies: Celebrationwhich included several tracks from the early s; that final volume was soon retitled and disconnected from the series.
The series resumed in with at least 11 more volumes—including several dance- and disco-intensive albums—issued through In addition, a volume featuring television theme songs from the s was also released. Time-Life continued to offer the complete "Sounds of the Seventies" through the earlys decadeafter which it was replaced by various other series. One of those series is titled "Sounds of the 70s," issued in as a single CD, song package and which remains available for purchase.
The track lineup of the current series is identical to the original volumes of "Sounds of the Seventies. InTime-Life issued a "budget" box set, Sounds of the Seventies: Greatest Hitscontaining three CDs or cassettes of 12 songs each, for retail sale. As with many of Time-Life Records' multi-volume releases, the volumes were not issued in a logical, sequential order by date or era of the subject; that is, issuing volumes covering the s before progressing to the s.
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Sounds of the Seventies (Time-Life Music)
We will gladly refund or credit the product purchase price to your original form of payment. This deluxe collection includes the complete Pop Goes the '70s collection, with over eight hours of feel-good tunes, mellow soft rock, disco hits, love songs and much more, and the Best of Soft Rock collectionwith mellow and melodic soft rock hits from the '70s and '80s.
This collection includes 2 Free CDs containing 30 of hard to find one hit wonder songs, plus an exclusive full-color booklet filled with photos and information about the artists, their hits and more. Help Contact. About Us Affiliate Program. Feel-good tunes, mellow soft rock, disco classics, singer-songwriters, and so much more. Add to Cart. Customer Reviews. Customer Service Help Contact.
Saturday Night Bay City Rollers. Black and White Three Dog Night. One Bad Apple The Osmonds. Saturday in the Park Chicago. Ride Like the Wind Christopher Cross. Show Me the Way Peter Frampton. How Much I Feel Ambrosia. Fly, Robin, Fly Silver Connection.
Sentimental Lady Bob Welch. Show And Tell Al Wilson.
Wild Flower The New Birth. Delta Dawn Helen Reddy. American Pie Don McLean. Rock Me Gently Andy Kim. Big Stuff Jean Knight. Last Song Edward Bear. The Streak Ray Stevens. Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell. Boogie Fever The Sylvers. Reminiscing Little River Band. Magic Pilot. Sad Eyes Robert John. Gonna Fly Now Bill Conti. My Sharona The Knack. You Sexy Thing Hot Chocolate.
Puppy Love Donny Osmond. How Do You Do? Drift Away Dobie Gray.While it doesn't contain as many one-hit wonders and obscurities as Rhino's massive Have a Nice Decade: The 70s Pop Culture Boxthis set highlights immediately recognizable songs for anyone who grew up in that decade or is a fan of pop music in general.
Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date August 7, Track Listing - Disc 1.
Sounds of the Seventies (Time-Life Music)
A Horse with No Name. The New Seekers. Midnight at the Oasis. Maria Muldaur. December Oh, What a Night. Summer Breeze. It's a Heartache. Bonnie Tyler. The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
Pop Goes The '70s + The Best of Soft Rock
Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date August 7, Track Listing - Disc 1.
Into the Night.Jump to: Page ContentSite Navigation. Feel free to open and try out every product you receive, without commitment. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with a Time Life product, simply return it within 30 days. We will gladly refund or credit the product purchase price to your original form of payment. Plus, as our special gift to you, enjoy two free bonus CDs, Good Timesfeaturing the best soul dance music of the late '70s.
The complete collection is a must-have for any fan of classic soul. Help Contact. About Us Affiliate Program. Relive the memories of outlandish outfits, outrageous performances and incredible superstars. Add to Cart.Soul of the '70s Complete Show Featuring Tom Joyner
Customer Reviews. Customer Service Help Contact. Shining Star Earth, Wind and Fire. ABC The Jackson 5. Tell Me Something Good Rufus.
Fire Ohio Players. Lean on Me Bill Withers. Oh Girl The Chi-Lites. Best of my Love The Emotions. Dazz Brick. Dream Merchant The New Birth. It Only Takes a Minute Tavares.
Classic Soft Rock [Time Life Box Set]
Our Love Natalie Cole. Reaching for the Sky Peabo Bryson. Skin Tight Ohio Players. This Will Be Natalie Cole. War Edwin Starr. Always and Forever Heatwave. Wild Flower The New Birth. Turn Off the Lights Teddy Pendergrass.
Back Stabbers The O'Jays. Love Train The O'Jays. Close the Door Teddy Pendergrass. Kiss and Say Goodbye The Manhattans. Me and Mrs.Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Very good music. It may not be the "ultimate" collection of hits from the 's, but this ten disc set does indeed offer of the songs that helped define the decade. Happily, they are all original recordings by the original artists, as they were heard on the radio. True, in a few cases that means the selections are "radio edits" Rod Stewart's hit "Maggie May", for example, is missing the 30 second instrumental introduction that was included on the original album, but rarely played over the airwavesbut why quibble?
The songs, though not necessarily remastered, all sound great, and the set includes some genuine treasures that have not yet been offered on other compilations. Highly recommended!