Category Archive: 1973

JOHN DENVER’S GREATEST HITS

John Denver’s Greatest Hits Released November 1973 Recorded 1969-1973 Genre Folk, Country, Pop Label RCA Producer Milton Okun John Denver’s Greatest Hits was American singer-songwriter John Denver’s first compilation album, released in late 1973 for the holiday shopping season. A version known as The Best of John Denver with the same track listing was released …

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TAKE ME HIGH (film album)

Take Me High Directed by David Askey Produced by Kenneth Harper Written by Christopher Penfold Starring Cliff Richard Deborah Watling Hugh Griffith George Cole Music by Tony Cole Cinematography Norman Warwick Distributed by Anglo-EMI Film Distributors Ltd. Release date 1973 (UK) 30 November 1974 (Sweden) Running time 90 min. Country United Kingdom Language English Take …

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CAN THE CAN

Can the Can From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released 1973 Genre Glam rock hard rock Label RAK Records Songwriter(s) Mike Chapman Nicky Chinn (A-side) Suzi Quatro (B-side) Producer(s) Mike Chapman Nicky Chinn “Can the Can” is the second solo single by Suzi Quatro and her first to reach number one in the UK, spending a …

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48 CRASH

48 Crash From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released 1973 Format 7″ single Genre Glam rock hard rock Label RAK Records Songwriter(s) Mike Chapman Nicky Chinn (A-side) Suzi Quatro Len Tuckey (B-side) Producer(s) Mike Chapman Nicky Chinn “48 Crash” is Suzi Quatro’s third solo single and was released after “Can the Can”. It was included on …

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I CAN’T STAND THE RAIN (song)

I Can’t Stand the Rain (song) 1973 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released 1973 Format 7″ single Recorded 1973 Genre Soul, Memphis soul Length 2:31 Ann Peebles version The song was written by Peebles, her partner (and later husband) Don Bryant, and DJ Bernard “Bernie” Miller in 1973: One evening in Memphis in 1973, soul …

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ASS (album) BAD FINGER

Ass (album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Studio album by Badfinger Released 26 November 1973 (US) 8 March 1974 (UK) Recorded 1972–73 Apple Studio, Olympic Studios, Morgan Studios (all London); The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire Genre Power pop, hard rock Length 39:38 Label Apple SAPCOR 101 SW 3411 Producer Chris Thomas, Badfinger; Todd Rundgren (tracks 4 …

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BADFINGER – BBC IN CONCERT (Album)

  BBC in Concert 1972–1973 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Live album by Badfinger Released 1997 (original release) 11 January 2000 (reissue) Recorded 1972-73 Genre Power pop Label Strange Fruit Producer Jeff Griffin BBC in Concert 1972–1973 is a CD of live recordings by the British rock group Badfinger released in 1997 by Strange Fruit …

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BAD, BAD, LEROY BROWN

Bad, Bad Leroy Brown From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia B-side “A Good Time Man Like Me Ain’t Got No Business (Singin’ the Blues)” Released March 20, 1973 Format 45 Recorded 1972 Genre Folk rock Length 3:02 Label ABC Writer(s) Jim Croce Producer(s) Terry Cashman, Tommy West “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” is a song written by …

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TUBULAR BELLS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tubular Bells 1973 Tubular Bells is the first album by English musician Mike Oldfield, recorded when he was 19 and released in 1973 when he was 20. It was the first album released by Virgin Records and an early cornerstone of the company’s success. Vivian Stanshall provided the voice of …

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A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Little Night Music Music Stephen Sondheim Lyrics Stephen Sondheim Book Hugh Wheeler Basis 1955 Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night A Little Night Music is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler. Inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of …

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