The Best Of The Seventies - The Millennium Collection

The Best Of The Seventies - The Millennium Collection
Various Artist: The Best Of The Seventies - The Millennium Collection Music has always been one of society’s mirrors. It represents so much of our history. From the early Depression era classics, “We’re In The Money” and “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime,” to the angry rebellion of “We’re Not Gonna Take It” in the ’80s, to the political commentary and in-your-face lyrics of ’90s hip-hop, certain songs can say more about our lives in three minutes than many of our windbag politicians can say in a lifetime. Music has always been there. Predicting the future, reliving the past, and helping the world get through turbulent times. The ’70s were no different. Well...just a little. The well-deserved rest everyone was searching for after living through the ’60s, finally reared its…uuhh…“smiley face,” and the ’70s – the “happy decade,” the “me decade” - had begun.


1.Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On [single mix]
2.Cat Stevens – Wild World
3.Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama
4.Rod Stewart – Maggie May
5.Edwin Starr – War [single mix]
6.Eric Clapton – I Shot the Sheriff
7.Peter Frampton – Show Me the Way [live]
8.Elton John – Daniel
9.Gladys Knight & The Pips – Midnight Train to Georgia
10.Jackson 5 – ABC
11.Three Dog Night – Joy to the World
12.Don McLean – American Pie [album version]

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