Uncontrollable Urge (Music)
Wed Apr 11th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm
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The Stooges “1970” from Funhouse - Deluxe Edition (Elektra/ Rhino www.rhino.com 2005) —1970. Today's my 42 B-Day, born April 11, 1970 so I'm playing the music of 1970 this morning.Buy it!
Black Sabbath “Paranoid” CD ALBUM (Rhino Records 1970) —Starting off with the heavy hitters.Buy it!
Kool & The Gang “Pneumonia (Single Version)” from The Best of Kool & The Gang (Mercury Records Limited 1993) —1970. Today's music bed.Buy it!
The Nazz “How Can You Call That Beautiful?” from Open Our Eyes: The Anthology (Castle Music 2002) —1970. How can you not?Buy it!
Rodriguez “Rich Folks Hoax” from Cold Fact (Light In The Attic www.lightintheattic.net 1970) —1970. A fine reissue I discovered about a year or 2 prior to this reissue coming out. Make sense, although I didn't know this song until 2008.Buy it!
Tin Tin “Toast And Marmalade For Tea” from Super Hits Of The 70s, Vol 16 v/a (Rhino 1993) —1970.Buy it!
Neil Young “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” from Greatest Hits (Reprise 2004) —1970.Buy it!
Simon And Garfunkel “Keep The Customer Satisfied” from Bridge Over Troubled Water (Columbia 1970)Buy it!
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan “Tennessee Bird Walk” from The Tennessee Birdwalker (K-Tel 2007) —1970. Oh yeah.Buy it!
James Brown “The Man In the Glass” from Soul on Top (King 1970) —1970. What a great record from James Brown. Jazzed up and shouting.Buy it!
Ann Peebles “Part Time Love” from The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records vol.1: 1969-1973 (Hi Records 2003) L —1970.Buy it!
Gil Scott-Heron “Whitey On The Moon” from Small Talk At 125th And Lenox (Flying Dutchman 1970)Buy it!
Edwin Starr “War” from War & Peace (Gordy 1970)Buy it!
Funkadelic “I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing” from Funkadelic (westbound 1970)Buy it!
Jackson 5 “I'll Bet You” from ABC VINYL ALBUM (Motown 1970) —A Funkadelic song.Buy it!
The Slickers “Johnny Too Bad” from Trojan Originals Box Set (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2003) —1970. Made famous 2 years later on the Harder They Come Soundtrack.Buy it!
The Wailers “Soul Shake Down Party” from Songs of Freedom (Island 1992) —1970.Buy it!
MARCIA GRIFFITHS “Band Of Gold” from Trojan Reggae Sisters Box Set (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2002) —1970. Nice cover, probably didn't reach many St. Louis ears in 1970.Buy it!
The Shocking Blue “Venus” from Super Hits Of The 70's: Have A Nice Day, Vol. 1 (Rhino 1990) —1970.Buy it!
Sohail Rana “Cobra Sway” from "Life Is A Dance!": Plugged-In Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House (B Music 2011) —1970. Great collection of Pakistani Pop.Buy it!
Led Zeppelin “Immigrant Song” from Led Zeppelin III (Atlantic Records 1970)Buy it!
MC5 “Gotta Keep Moving” from Babes In Arms (Rior 1983) —1970.Buy it!
The Who “Happy Jack” from Live At Leeds (MCA 1970) —The live album, after Live & Cudley by NoMeansNo, of course.Buy it!
Neil Diamond “Cracklin Rosie” from His 12 Greatest Hits (MCA Records 1974) —1970. From Tap Root Manuscript.Buy it!
Dionne Warwick “I'll Never Fall In Love Again” (Scepter 1970)Buy it!
Bee Gees “I.O.I.O.” from Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 2 (Polydor 1973) —1970.Buy it!
The Poppy Family “Which Way You Goin' Billy?” from Super Hits Of The 70's: Have A Nice Day, Vol. 2 (Rhino 1990) —1970.Buy it!
The Fifth Dimension “Puppet Man” from The Essential Fifth Dimension (Arista 2011) —1970Buy it!
Curtis Mayfield “(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go” from Curtis (Rhino 1970)Buy it!
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