Sucking the 70’s – Back in the Saddle is a follow-up album to the 2002 compilation Sucking the 70's. It was released in 2006 by Small Stone Records. Like the original, it features stoner rock bands covering songs from the 1970s. Are You Ready" - Sasquatch (originally performed by Grand Funk Railroad). Crazy Horses" - Puny Human (originally performed by The Osmonds).
The only really bad thing about 'Back in the Saddle' is that it's been four long years since it's ground breaking older brother, 'Sucking the 70s' came out. Hell, I could easily see one of these volumes coming out every year, never mind the work involved. Got it. + add. album. If you like Sucking The 70's, Back In The Saddle Again, you may also like: Electric Ladyland by Various Artists.
Back On Track - Nicholas: Nu Groove (CD, Comp, Promo). All throughout the album it feels as if Nicholas is grabbing all the best bits from legendary New York house producers and pasting them together. On his version of Houz' Neegroz "How Do You Love a Black Woman?"
Back in '07, I was in a not-successful TV show, I'm BoJack the Horseman (Goddamn!), What the hell was I thinkin', bro?, When you're an artist, Yeah, it's hard to play it safe. This episode is set earlier in the canon, in 2007, which quickly becomes a running gag. With this closing song, the continuity lasts until the fade to black. Back In ’07" Track Info. Written By Grouplove. Release Date July 22, 2016.
Various Artists 02-06-2019. Lama waktu total :35 min. 01. Two Wet Peppers in the Oil. Amos DJ. Back to the Groove Compilation. 03. Make America Wet Again.
The best disco songs imply infinity in both their length and groove, and always feel as if they’re attached to a black hole. Haven’t You Heard enhances time until it feels like the glitter of a cityscape unfurling through a cab window. All this and more gets tossed in the pot in the nearly seven-minute-long Disco Devil.
LP, Vinyl record album. Funky disco and rare soul compiled by Al Kent – Disco Love 2 on BBE – once again going a lot deeper into the soulful underground of the late 70s and coming back up with some incredibly fresh rarities!
The Drifters - Kissin' in the Back Row of the Movies. The Tymes - You Little Trustmaker. 100 Hits – The Best 70s Album Contains the Best Hits from the Decade from artists including Village People, Boney . Toto, Boston, Billy Ocean, Sly & The Family Stone, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Harry Nilsson, David Soul, Lou Reed, Bay City Rollers and more! Recommended titles. Car Songs – The 70s. Various Artists.
These overlooked 70s rock heroes moved audiences, made fantastic albums, then faded, but are still fondly thought of by diehards. Remember them with love. Scoring warm soul-styled hits in the 80s, these alluring soft rockers are still touring. Atlanta Rhythm Section. The wonderful Atlanta Rhythm Section faced one drawback: their acronym was ARS.
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|1-1||–Hot Chocolate||You Sexy Thing
Written-By – Errol Brown, Thomas Wilson*
|1-2||–Smokie||If You Think You Know How To Love Me
Written-By – Nicky Chinn/Mike Chapman*
|1-3||–Drifters*||There Goes My First Love
Written-By – Barry Mason, Roger Greenaway
|1-4||–Jim Capaldi||Love Hurts
Written-By – Boudleaux Bryant
|1-5||–Doobie Brothers*||Take Me In Your Arms
Written-By – Lamont Dozier-Brian Holland-Eddie Holland*
|1-6||–10cc||I'm Not In Love
Written-By – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
|1-7||–Maxine Nightingale||Right Back Where We Started From
Written-By – J. Vincent Edwards, Pierre Tubbs
|1-8||–Billy Swan||Don't Be Cruel
Written-By – Elvis Presley, Otis Blackwell
|1-9||–Alvin Stardust||Good Love Can Never Die
Written-By – Barry Mason, Peter Shelley
|1-10||–Rubettes*||I Can Do It
Written-By – Tony Waddington, Wayne Bickerton
|1-11||–Stylistics*||Sing Baby Sing
Written-By – George Weiss*, Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore
|1-12||–Esther Phillips||What A Difference A Day Makes
Written-By – Maria Grever, Stanley Adams
|2-1||–Bay City Rollers||Bye Bye Baby
Written-By – Bob Gaudio/Bob Crewe*
Written-By – Alan Clarke*, Terry Sylvester, Tony Hicks
|2-3||–Peter Shelley||Love Me Love My Dog
Written-By – Marty Wilde, Peter Shelley
|2-4||–Silver Convention||Fly Robin Fly
Written-By – Stephan Prager, Sylvester Levay
Written-By – Bill Tilghman, Norman Petty, Sonny West
|2-6||–David Essex||Hold Me Close
Written-By – David Essex
|2-7||–Sailor||A Glass Of Champagne
Written-By – Georgs Hultgreen*
|2-8||–Shirley & Company||Shame Shame Shame
Written-By – Sylvia Robinson
|2-9||–Slade||Thanks For The Memory (Wham Bam Thank You Mam)
Written-By – James Lea*, Neville Holder*
Written-By – Philip Coulter/Bill Martin*
|2-11||–KC & The Sunshine Band||That's The Way (I Like It)
Written-By – Harry Casey/Richard Finch*
|2-12||–Van McCoy||The Hustle
Written-By – Van McCoy
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Time-Life Books B.V.
- Copyright (c) – Time-Life Books B.V.
- Manufactured By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
NotesMade in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): TL 597/15/1 WME
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): TL 597/15/2 WME
- Mastering SID Code (Both Discs): IFPI L011
- Mould SID Code (Both Discs): IFPI 0535
- Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA