Annotation

*Release is similar to Ultimate Seventies: 1972.

Annotation last modified on 2018-10-03 09:25 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 I’ll Take You There The Staple Singers 5 3:17
2 Let It Rain Eric Clapton 5 5:04
3 Let’s Stay Together Al Green 4.5 3:19
4 Listen to the Music The Doobie Brothers 5 3:29
5 Hold Your Head Up Argent 5 3:38
6 Oh Girl The Chi‐Lites 5 3:30
7 Black and White Three Dog Night 4.5 3:51
8 Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress) The Hollies 4.35 3:20
9 Back Stabbers The O’Jays 5 3:09
10 Rocket Man Elton John 3.35 4:44
11 School’s Out Alice Cooper 4.15 3:30
12 Lean on Me Bill Withers 5 3:49
13 Go All the Way The Raspberries 3.85 3:23
14 A Horse With No Name America 4.15 4:14
15 Nights in White Satin The Moody Blues 5 5:54
16 I Can See Clearly Now Johnny Nash 5 2:50
17 Without You Nilsson 4.65 3:22
18 I Saw the Light Todd Rundgren 5 3:00
19 Layla Derek and the Dominos 4.65 7:06

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Europe (track 10)
acoustic guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 14)
John Uribe (1971-06) (track 17)
electric bass guitar:
Dennis Dunaway (track 11)
Leroy Hodges (track 3)
drums (drum set):
Howard Grimes (track 3)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (track 3)
Neal Smith (former Alice Cooper drummer) (track 11)
Nigel Olsson (track 10)
Kim Haworth (1971) (track 14)
Jim Keltner (1971-06) (track 17)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (1970-09-09) (track 19)
bass guitar:
Dee Murray (track 10)
Carl Radle (1970-09-09) (track 19)
Klaus Voormann (1971-06) (track 17)
trumpet:
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (track 3)
synthesizer:
David Hentschel (track 10)
organ and piano:
Charles Hodges (Soul Organist) (track 3)
guitar:
Davey Johnstone (track 10)
Duane Allman (1970-09-09) (track 19)
Eric Clapton (1970-09-09) (track 19)
electronic organ and piano:
Bobby Whitlock (1970-09-09) (track 19)
bass:
Dan Peek (1971) (track 14)
electric guitar:
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 11)
Glen Buxton (American guitarist) (track 11)
brass and strings arranger:
Paul Buckmaster (track 17)
percussion:
Ray Cooper (percussionist) (1971) (track 14)
keyboard:
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 11)
saxophone:
James Mitchell (US saxophonist/arranger) (track 3)
piano:
Elton John (track 10)
Gary Wright (US singer/keyboardist) (1971-06) (track 17)
12 string guitar:
Gerry Beckley (1971) (track 14)
tenor saxophone:
Ed Logan (track 3)
trombone:
Jack Hale (trombone) (track 3)
guitar family:
Mabon Hodges (track 3)
additional producer:
America (track 14)
Jeff Dexter (track 14)
background vocals:
Charles Chalmers (track 3)
Davey Johnstone (track 10)
Dee Murray (track 10)
Nigel Olsson (track 10)
Donna Rhodes (track 3)
Sandra Rhodes (track 3)
composer:
Elton John (track 10)
Earl Robinson (40s US folk artist) (track 7)
Dewey Bunnell (track 14)
Eric Carmen (track 13)
Justin Hayward (of the Moody Blues) (track 15)
Alvertis Isbell (track 1)
Tom Johnston (guitarist and vocalist with "The Doobie Brothers") (track 4)
Johnny Nash (track 16)
Eugene Record (track 6)
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
Bill Withers (track 12)
conductor:
Paul Buckmaster (track 17)
engineer:
Robin Black (engineer) (track 14)
John Punter (track 8)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 10, 14)
executive producer:
Tom Dowd (track 19)
lead vocals:
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 11)
Elton John (track 10)
Eric Clapton (1970-09-09) (track 19)
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 14)
lyricist:
David Arkin (track 7)
Dewey Bunnell (track 14)
Eric Carmen (track 13)
Justin Hayward (of the Moody Blues) (track 15)
Alvertis Isbell (track 1)
Tom Johnston (guitarist and vocalist with "The Doobie Brothers") (track 4)
Johnny Nash (track 16)
Eugene Record (track 6)
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
Bernie Taupin (track 10)
Bill Withers (track 12)
producer:
America (track 14)
Jeff Dexter (track 14)
Gus Dudgeon (track 10)
Bob Ezrin (track 11)
Kenneth Gamble (track 9)
The Hollies (track 8)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 9)
George Martin (track 14)
Willie Mitchell (US soul/R&B & funk producer, trumpeter & singer) (track 3)
Richard Perry (producer) (track 17)
Ron Richards (track 8)
Ian Samwell (track 14)
Johnny Nash (track 16)
remixer:
George Martin (track 14)
vocals:
Al Green (track 3)
Bobby Whitlock (1970-09-09) (track 19)
Harry Nilsson (US singer-songwriter) (1971-06) (track 17)
writer:
Rod Argent (track 5)
Bonnie Bramlett (track 2)
Delaney Bramlett (track 2)
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 11)
Glen Buxton (American guitarist) (track 11)
Eric Clapton (tracks 2, 19)
Allan Clarke (of The Hollies) (track 8)
Roger Cook (track 8)
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 11)
Dennis Dunaway (track 11)
Tom Evans (UK guitarist for Badfinger) (track 17)
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 19)
Al Green (track 3)
Roger Greenaway (track 8)
Pete Ham (track 17)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 9)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (track 3)
Gene McFadden (track 9)
Willie Mitchell (US soul/R&B & funk producer, trumpeter & singer) (track 3)
Neal Smith (former Alice Cooper drummer) (track 11)
Chris White (UK bassist for The Zombies) (track 5)
John Whitehead (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
Universal International Music B.V. (company, do not use as label) (1970) (track 19)
Cream Records (70s Los Angeles) (1971) (track 3)
HI Records Inc. (1971) (track 3)
Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use! pre-Aug 2004 subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.) (1972) (track 16)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1972) (track 9)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1972) (track 11)
produced for:
publisher:
Casserole Music Corp. (tracks 2, 19)
Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI) (track 2)
Dick James Music Ltd. (renamed Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. since 1999‐07‐30) (track 10)
E.C. Music (UK work publisher for Eric Clapton) (track 19)
Ezra Music Corp. (track 11)
Irving Music, Inc. (track 3)
Mijac Music (track 9)
Opus 19 Music (track 11)
Round Hill Works (track 13)
Third Palm Music (track 11)
Throat Music (track 19)
Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!) (track 12)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 17)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (tracks 9, 19)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (tracks 4, 9, 11)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (tracks 4, 13)
Apple Publishing Ltd. (1970 –) (track 17)
recorded at:
Strawberry Studios (Château d'Hérouville, France) in Hérouville, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France (track 10)
Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (1970-09-09) (track 19)
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London, England, United Kingdom (1971) (track 14)
AIR Studios (Lyndhurst Hall 1991–present) in Hampstead, Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (1971-07-16) (track 8)
AIR Studios (Lyndhurst Hall 1991–present) in Hampstead, Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (1971-07-27 – 1971-07-30) (track 8)
edit of:
has remixes:
Backstabbers by The O’Jays (track 9)
Layla (“The Layla Sessions” remix) by Derek and the Dominos (track 19)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Back Stabbaz by Fast Crew (track 9)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 276) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 319) (track 11)
arrangements:
Nights in White Satin (piano arrangement) (track 15)
Nights in White Satin (orchestral arrangement) (track 15)
Per chi (translated) (track 17)
cover recording of:
Without You (1971) (track 17)
is the basis for:
Goin’ Blind (track 19)
later parody versions:
Amos (track 19)
Boy With Horse Teeth (written for Howard Stern show performance) (track 14)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaan (track 19)
later translated versions:
Mes rêves de satin (track 15)
Noches de blanco satén (spanish version of 'Nights in White Satin') (track 15)
Ny dag på vej (track 16)
Toi et le soleil (track 16)
Un po’ d’amore (track 15)
Zmizely stíny (track 16)
你的愛火 (track 18)
昨夜夢魂中 (track 15)
昨夜夢魂中 (track 15)
later versions:
School’s Out (Daphne & Celeste version) (track 11)
recording of:
Back Stabbers (track 9)
Black and White (track 7)
Go All the Way (track 13)
Hold Your Head Up (track 5)
I Saw the Light (track 18)
Lean on Me (track 12)
Let It Rain (track 2)
Oh Girl (track 6)
School’s Out (track 11)
Layla (1970-09-09) (track 19)
A Horse With No Name (1971) (track 14)
Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress (1971-07-16 – 1971-07-30) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:
Layla Mix (track 19)
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 14)
Swastikas on Parade (track 14)

Release Group

part of:Sounds of the Seventies (Time-Life Music) (number: 3)