Category Archive: 1977

MUSIC OF STAR WARS

John Williams, composer of all seven Star Wars saga films. Music of Star Wars 1977 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Website: The Official Star Wars Music Site (Archived) Music of Star Wars The music of the Star Wars franchise is composed and produced in conjunction with the development of the feature films, television series, and other merchandise …

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ISN’T IT TIME (The Babys song)

Isn’t It Time (The Babys song) 1977 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released October 1977 Format 7-inch single Genre Rock, R&B Length 3:23 (single version) 4:03 (album version) Label Chrysalis Writer(s) Jack Conrad, Ray Kennedy Producer(s) Ron Nevison “Isn’t It Time” is a song that was performed by the English group The Babys in 1977 …

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TOMORROW (song from Annie)

Tomorrow (song from Annie) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Song by Andrea McArdle Published 1977 Composer(s) Charles Strouse Lyricist(s) Martin Charnin “Tomorrow” is a song from the musical Annie, with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin, published in 1977. The number was originally written as “The Way We Live Now” for the …

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THE GOODBYE GIRL (song)

The Goodbye Girl (song) Released December 1977 Format 45 RPM Genre Soft rock Label Elektra Records Writer(s) David Gates Producer(s) David Gates “The Goodbye Girl” is a single released by David Gates, lead singer of Bread, in 1977 following the premiere of the hit movie of the same name. As the theme song to the …

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GONNA FLY NOW

Gonna Fly Now from the album Rocky – Original Motion Picture Score B-side “Reflections” Released February 28, 1977 Format 7″ Genre Orchestral, Rock Length 2:48 Label United Artists Writer(s) Bill Conti, Carol Connors, Ayn Robbins Producer(s) Bill Conti “Gonna Fly Now”, also known as “Theme from Rocky”, is the theme song from the movie Rocky, …

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HOTEL CALIFORNIA

Hotel California Released February 1977 Format 7-inch single Recorded 1976 Genre Soft rock Length 6:30 Writer(s) Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey Producer(s) Bill Szymczyk “Hotel California” is the title track from the Eagles’ album of the same name and was released as a single in February 1977. Writing credits for the song are shared …

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IT’S A HEARTACHE

It’s a Heartache Released November 1977 Genre Rock, country rock, soft rock Length 3:31 Writer(s) Ronnie Scott & Steve Wolfe Producer(s) David Mackay “It’s a Heartache” is a song recorded by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler for her second studio album, Natural Force (1978). The song was recorded in the same year by Juice Newton as …

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THEME FROM NEW YORK, NEW YORK (Song)

Theme from New York, New York (Song) Released 1979 Format 7″ single Recorded 1978 Genre Jazz Length 3:26 Label Reprise Writer(s) Fred Ebb, John Kander Producer(s) Sonny Burke “Theme from New York, New York” (or “New York, New York”) is the theme song from the Martin Scorsese film New York, New York (1977), composed by …

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APRIL IN SUN IN CUBA

April Sun in Cuba A-side April Sun in Cuba Released 1977 Format Vinyl, 7″, 12″ Genre Rock Length 3:24 Label Portrait Records Writer(s) Marc Hunter, Paul Hewson Producer(s) Peter Dawkins “April Sun in Cuba” is an song recorded by Australian-New Zealand group Dragon, released in 1977. It is the first single to be released from …

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MY MISTAKE

My Mistake Released October 1977 Format 7/12″ vinyl Recorded Air Studios, London, 1977 Genre Progressive rock Length 3:02 Label Mushroom Records Writer(s) Tim Finn Eddie Rayner Producer(s) Geoff Emerick Split Enz “My Mistake” is a 1977 song by New Zealand art rock group Split Enz from their studio album Dizrythmia. “My Mistake” was the first …

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