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Various - Class Reunion '74 Greatest Hits Of 1974 Album

Various - Class Reunion '74 Greatest Hits Of 1974 Album

Performer: Various
Title: Class Reunion '74 Greatest Hits Of 1974
Style: Southern Rock, Funk, Pop Rock, Rock & Roll, Classic Rock
Released: 1994
Cat#: 314-520-274-2
Country: US
Label: Rebound Records
Size MP3 version: 1258 mb
Size FLAC version: 2392 mb
Size WMA version: 2173 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 840
Genre: Rock / Reggae / Soul & Funk / Pop

Various - Class Reunion '74 Greatest Hits Of 1974 Album


1Paper LaceThe Night Chicago Died
2Wet WillieKeep On Smilin'
3The Ozark Mountain DaredevilsIf You Wanna Get To Heaven
4Bachman-Turner OverdriveYou Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
5Gloria GaynorNever Can Say Goodbye
6The Jackson 5Dancing Machine
7The Allman Brothers BandRamblin' Man
8Jimmy CliffMany Rivers To Cross
9Billy PrestonNothing From Nothing
10Kool & The GangHollywood Swinging
11Atlanta Rhythm SectionDoraville
12Stevie WonderDon't You Worry 'Bout A Thing


Original hits of 1974


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So, this is hardly a perfect collection of 1974's most popular music. The Night Chicago Died and Hollywood Swinging are included only on the CD version of the album the cassette version has only ten tracks. It also features some less-successful chart entries of 1974, along with a couple of ringers. The Allman Brothers Band's Ramblin' Man was released and became a hit in 1973, not 1974. And Jimmy Cliff's Many Rivers to Cross derives from the soundtrack to the 1972 film The Harder They Come that first began to attract U. notice in 1973. So, this is hardly a perfect collection of 1974's most p. 2, 16 Big Hits Stereo Version. Living for the City, A Man Gotta Do. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 1. UMG Recordings, Inc. Universal Music Group's legal name in the US in 1974. recording of: You Aint Seen Nothing Yet. lyricist and composer: Randy Bachman Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter. publisher: Ranbach Music. Album Compilation. Packaging: Jewel Case. Status: Official. Language: English. Class Reunion Series Format: Audio CD. 10475 in Album-Oriented Rock AOR CDs & Vinyl. 4947 in Funk CDs & Vinyl. 2001 in Classic Southern Rock. But this collection of Greatest Hits of 1974 stinks. I graduated high school that year and I remember awesome music from that year. With the exception of one or two had never even heard of some of them. Billboard Year-End Hot 100 chart for 1974. The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand. Oh My My - Ringo Starr. For the Love of Money - The O'Jays. I Shot the Sheriff - Eric Clapton. Greatest Hits 197478 is a compilation album by the Steve Miller Band released in November 1978. The album features the title track from 1973's The Joker plus 13 tracks taken from Fly Like an Eagle 1976 and Book of Dreams 1977. As a sign of the album-oriented rock times, all but one track came from their last two albums even though they had eleven studio albums at the time. On this 1978 albumCD release, the shorter 7-inch single versions of Jet Airliner, Swingtown, The Joker, and Fly Like. Rock Me Gently. Andy Kim. First Class. Chelsea Hotel 2. Brian's Choice: An unheralded great record from 1974. Ry Cooder. Greatest Rock Artists 1970s , Greatest Albums of the 1970s , Greatest Rock Songs 1960s , Greatest Rock Songs 1970s , Greatest Rock Songs 1980s , Greatest Rock Songs 1990s , Greatest Southern Rock Songs , Greatest HairGlam Metal Songs , Top Albums of Each Year 1970-1979. Get the best deal for Album CDs Greatest Hits Various from the largest online selection at . Top Rated Seller. First Class 3. Beach Baby. Written By Copyright Control