Throwback: 7 Musicians from the 1970s
We revisit some famous names from the 1970s, exploring a decade filled with musical memories.
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1. Hot Chocolate
An essential collection featuring a wide selection of songs from the iconic group, enjoy Hot Chocolate hits this summer.
Ranging from “So You Win Again” to “Brother Louie” and unforgettable “You Sexy Thing”, you’ll be grooving along in no time!
2. Cat Stevens
Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, enjoy a blend of genres throughout The Very Best of Cat Stevens.
Across an impressive 24 songs, look out for hits including “Moonshadow”, “Morning Has Broken” and many more.
3. Gerry Rafferty
Exploring Gerry Rafferty’s career after his time in Stealer’s Wheel, this is a must-have collection.
The perfect start, revisit the timeless “Baker Street”, alongside tracks including “Night Owl”, “Right Down The Line” and “Bring It All Home”.
Boogie along to glam rock pioneers, T.Rex with our next selection.
Famously fronted by Marc Bolan, this CDincludes “Get It On”, “Ride A White Swan” and “Cosmic Dancer”.
5. Kenny Rogers
Releasing his first solo album “Love Lifted Me” in 1976, Kenny Rogers topped the charts with “Lucille” a year later and never looked back.
Including songs from across his long career, enjoy hits such as “The Gambler”, “Lady” and “She Believes in Me” with this excellent compilation.
6. Barbara Dickson
Barbara Dickson hits to enjoy include “Another Suitcase in Another Hall”, “I Don’t Believe In Miracles” and “Only Seventeen”.
The famous Scottish Folk Singer made a successful transition to stage musicals. Dickson’s included rendition of “Memory (from “Cats”)” is pretty “purrfect”.
7. Thin Lizzy
Rock along to an impressive collection of hard rock tracks from one of the genre’s most influential bands.
Drawing from a wide range of influences, iconic tracks to keep an ear out for include “The Boys Are Back In Town”, “Whisky in a Jar” and of course, “Jailbreak”.