September 24, 2014

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Jane Palmer - Low Down Love b/w Where Are You (1976) - single











A - Low Down Love (3:23)
Written-by: J. Heider, F. Jay / Arranged-by: P. Schirmann / Produced-by: Joachim Heider
B - Where Are You (5:37)
Written-by: J. Heider, F. Jay / Arranged-by: P. Schirmann / Produced-by: Joachim Heider

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Disco, Pop
Catalog#  5C 006-31643

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David Bowie - TVC15 b/w We Are The Dead (1976) - single

"TVC 15" is a song written and recorded by David Bowie released in 1976.
The track was inspired by an episode in which Iggy Pop, during a drug-fuelled period at Bowie’s LA home, hallucinated and believed the television set was swallowing his girlfriend. Bowie developed a story of a holographic television, “TVC 15”. In the song, the narrator's girlfriend crawls into the television and afterwards, the narrator desires to crawl in himself to find her. The song is considerably more upbeat than the rest of the album on which it was released, “Station to Station”. It was chosen as the second single from the album in the UK, where it reached No. 33. With Bowie unable to perform on the show, Top of the Pops promoted the single with a bizarre interpretation from resident dance troupe Ruby Flipper. The B-side, "We Are the Dead", originally formed part of Bowie’s attempt to adapt Nineteen Eighty-Four, and had previously been released on the “Diamond Dogs” album.

A - TVC15  (3:33)
Written-by: David Bowie / Produced-by: David Bowie and Harry Maslin / Arranged-by: David Bowie
B - We Are The Dead  (4:48)
Written-by: David Bowie / Produced, Arranged-by: David Bowie

Label:  RCA Victor Records
Genre:   Knautrock
Catalog#  PB-10664

1976
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Ian Lloyd - Oh Let Me In b/w Sensations (1976) - single

Ian Lloyd (b. Lloyd Buonconsiglio, 1947, Seattle) is an American rock singer and songwriter, best known as the lead singer of the band Stories, whose single "Brother Louie" was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1973. After a successful run, Stories disbanded and Lloyd pursued a solo career. His albums were well received. In particular was his 1976 eponymous debut album, featured the single “Oh Let Me In”.




A - Oh Let Me In
Written-by: Gregg Diamond, Mike Millius / Produced-by: Gregg Diamond & Ian Lloyd
B - Sensations
Written-by: Gregg Diamond, Ian Lloyd / Produced-by: Gregg Diamond & Ian Lloyd

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Pop, Rock
Catalog#  2066702

1976
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Al Martino - O´ Sole Mio (It´s Now Or Ever) b/w The More I See You (1976) - single

Al Martino (born Jasper Cini, October 7, 1927 – October 13, 2009) was an American singer and actor. He had his greatest success as a singer between the early 1950s and mid-1970s, being described as "one of the great Italian American pop crooners", and also became well known as an actor, particularly for his role as singer Johnny Fontane in The Godfather. "’O sole mio" is a globally known Neapolitan song written in 1898. Its lyrics were written by Giovanni Capurro and the music was composed by Eduardo di Capua. Al Martino covered his version with a slight disco touch.

A - O´ Sole Mio (It´s Now Or Ever)
Written-by: W. Gold, A. Schroeder, E. di Capua / Arranged-by: Al Capps / Produced-by: Mike Curb
B - The More I See You
Written-by: H. Warren, M. Gordon / Arranged-by: Al Capps / Produced-by: Mike Curb

Label:  Capitol Records
Genre:  Disco, Italiaans
Catalog#  5C 006-82240

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Terry Jacks - In My Father´s Footsteps b/w Until You´re Down (1976) - single

Terrence Ross "Terry" Jacks (born March 29, 1944, Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, record producer and environmentalist, best known for his 1974 hit song "Seasons in the Sun".







A - In My Father´s Footsteps (3:36)
Written-by: Mel Mandel, Norman Sachs / Produced, Arranged-by: Terry Jacks
B - Until You´re Down (2:49)
Written-by: Terry Jacks / Produced, Arranged-by: Terry Jacks

Label:  Private Stock Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  5C 006-97937

1976
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Joost Nuissl & Zo - Wil Je Thee? b/w Wil Je Wachten? (1976) - single

Joost Maria Nuissl (Amsterdam, 15 oktober 1945) is een Nederlands kleinkunstenaar, liedjesschrijver, theaterman, Troubadour en vertolker van het Nederlandse lied.
In 1976 komt het album “Joost Nuissl & Zo” uit, met de single “Wil Je Thee?”.





A - Wil Je Thee?
Written-by: Joost Nuissl / Produktie: Boudewijn Spitzen, Jan Theelen
B - Wil Je Wachten?
Written-by: Joost Nuissl / Produktie: Boudewijn Spitzen, Jan Theelen

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  2104606

1976
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Hydra - Holderdebolder (In Het Hooi) b/w Gooi Nog ´N Blok Hout Op ´T Houtvuur (1976)

Hydra is een Nederlandse band, die ontstond in 1970 uit de groepen All Beat Generation en South River Village Band. Het speelde eerst een mix van hardrock en underground. Vanaf 1974 kreeg Hydra de eerste bekendheid met Nederlandstalige feestmuziek.






A - Holderdebolder (In Het Hooi) (3:56)
Written-by: J. v.d. Berg / Produktie: Han Grevelt
B - Gooi Nog ´N Blok Hout Op ´T Houtvuur (2:11)
Written-by: S. Silverstone, Hydra / Produktie: Han Grevelt

Label:  Negram Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  NG 2163

1976
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Natalie Cole - Mr. Melody b/w Not Like Mine (1976) - single

Natalie Maria Cole (born February 6, 1950) is an American singer, songwriter and performer. The daughter of Nat King Cole, Cole rose to musical success in the mid-1970s as a R&B artist. “Natalie” is the second studio album by American R&B singer Natalie Cole. The album was released on April 9, 1976 under Capitol Records and features the hit single, "Mr. Melody".




A - Mr. Melody (3:07)
Written-by: C. Jackson, M. Yancy / Produced-by: Chuck Jackson & Marvin Yancy
B - Not Like Mine (2:49)
Written-by: Jackson, Yancy, Cole / Produced-by: Chuck Jackson & Marvin Yancy

Label:  Capitol Records
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  5C 006-85005

1976
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Commodores - Fancy Dancer b/w Cebu (1976) - single










A - Fancy Dancer (3:40)
Written-by: R. LaPread, L. Richie, Commodores / Arranged, Produced-by: J. Carmichael & Commodores
B - Cebu (4:50)
Written-by: T. McClary, Commodores / Arranged, Produced-by: J. Carmichael & Commodores

Label:  Motown Records
Genre:  Soul, Funk
Catalog#  5C 006-98542

1976
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Frankie Valli - We´re All Alone b/w You To Me Are Everything (1976) - single

Frankie Valli (born Francesco Stephen Castelluccio; May 3, 1934) is an American popular singer, known as the frontman of The Four Seasons beginning in 1960. He is known for his unusually powerful falsetto voice. “Valli” was the sixth solo LP album. The song “We´re All Alone” was written and released in 1977 as a single by Boz Scaggs.





A - We´re All Alone (3:59)
Written-By: Boz Scaggs / Produced-By: Bob Gaudio
B - You To Me Are Everything (3:21)
Written-By: Ken Gold, Micky Deane / Produced-By: Bob Gaudio

Label:  Private Stock Records
Genre:  Ballad
Catalog#  5C 006-98017

1976
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L.T.D. - Holding On (When Love Is Gone) b/w Together Forever (1978) - single


L.T.D. (which stands for Love, Togetherness, and Devotion), is an American R&B/funk band.
"Holding On (When Love Is Gone)" is a hit song from their hit album, “Togetherness”.






A - Holding On (When Love Is Gone) (3:57)
Written-By: J. Osborne, J.L. McGhee / Produced-By: Bobby Martin
B - Together Forever (3:45)
Written-By: W. Osborne, C. Vickers / Produced-By: Bobby Martin

Label:  A&M Records
Genre:  Soul, Funk
Catalog#  AMS 6619

1978
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Freddy Fender - You´ll Lose A Good Thing b/w I´m To Blame (1976) - single

Freddy Fender (June 4, 1937 – October 14, 2006), born Baldemar Garza Huerta in San Benito, Texas, United States, was a Mexican-American Tejano, country and rock and roll musician, known for his work as a solo artist and in the groups Los Super Seven and the Texas Tornados.




A - You´ll Lose A Good Thing  (2:50)
Written-By: B.L. Ozen / Arranged-By: Leo O´Neil / Produced-By: Huey P.Meaux
B - I´m To Blame  (2:55)
Written-By: H.P. Meaux / Produced-By: Huey P. Meaux

Label:  DOT Records
Genre:  Country
Catalog#  NG 713

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Terry Sylvester - I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) b/w It´s Too Late (1976) - single

Terry Sylvester (born 8 January 1947) was the English guitarist/singer with The Escorts, The Swinging Blue Jeans (1966–69) and The Hollies. In the latter guise, he took on the high parts formerly sung by Graham Nash, who had left the band in December 1968.
After a period of discontent, partly over musical policy, Sylvester split with the Hollies in May 1981, in an incident that precipitated the resignation of bassist Bernie Calvert. In 1974, Sylvester released his eponymous solo album, re-releasing it as “I Believe” with a slightly revised track listing in 1976. The single  "I Believe" taken from his solo album failed to chart.

A - I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)
Written-By: Wright, Wonder / Produced-By: Alan Parsons
B - It´s Too Late
Written-By: Sylvester / Produced-By: Ron Richards


Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Ballad
Catalog#  2058732


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Evelyn Thomas - Doomsday b/w The Day After Doomsday (1976) - single











A - Doomsday
Written-by: I-Levine, D. Leake / Arranged-by: Paul David Wilson / Produced-by: Ian Levine & Danny Leake for Voltafine productions
B - The Day After Doomsday
Written-by: I-Levine, D. Leake / Arranged-by: Paul David Wilson / Produced-by: Ian Levine & Danny Leake for Voltafine productions

Label:  Philips Records
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  6162081

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Carmel - Sally b/w Hymn Of Love (1986) - single

Carmel McCourt (born 24 November 1958) is an English singer, best known for her eponymous band Carmel with bassist Jim Parris, and drummer Gerry Darby.
"Sally", the first single lifted from the album “The Falling” (produced by Brian Eno, Hugh Jones and David Motion) .





A - Sally (3:49)
Written-By – McCourt, Darby, Paris / Producer – Hugh Jones
B - Hymn Of Love (3:15)
Written-By – McCourt, Paris / Engineer, Co-producer – Colin Goddard

Label:  London Records
Genre:  Soul, Blues, Jazz
Catalog#  886054-7

1986
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Fruitcake - I Like The Way b/w A Little Place In My Heart (1982) - single











A - I Like The Way (3:58)
Written-By – Benny Baan / Producer – Benny Baan, Rob Taekema / Engineer – Sander Bos
B - A Little Place In My Heart (3:00)
Written-By – Benny Baan / Producer – Benny Baan, Rob Taekema / Engineer – Sander Bos

Label:  Dureco Benelux Records
Genre:  Funk
Catalog#  4602

1982
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William Pitt - City Lights b/w City Lights (Instrumental) (1987) - single











A - City Light (3:53)
Written-by: P.Pillet-Desjardins, P.Wuthrich/  P.Trainer, P.Wuthrich
B - City Lights (Instrumental) 3:53)
Written-by: P.Pillet-Desjardins /  P.Trainer, P.Wuthrich

Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  PB 41217

1987
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Carlson - History b/w Dream (1977) - single











A - History
Written-by: F. Klunhaar / Producer: Frank Klunhaar
B - Dream
Written-by: C. Swagerman / Producer: Frank Klunhaar

Label:  Jungle Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  JUS 15013

1977
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Gary Byrd & The G.B. Expereience - The Crown b/w The Crown (Instrumental) (1983) - single











A - The Crown (4:15)
Written-By – G. Byrd, S. Wonder / Producer – Stevie Wonder
B - The Crown (Instrumental) (3:20)
Written-By – G. Byrd, S. Wonder / Producer – Stevie Wonder

Label:  Motown Records
Genre:  Rap, Soul
Catalog#  101817

1983
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Lord Dynamite & The Explosions - It Wouldn´t Happen With Me b/w T.V. Series (1976) - single











A - It Wouldn´t Happen With Me
Written-by: R. Evans / Arranged, Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens / Engineered at EMI Studios Heemstede
B - T.V. Series
Written-by: Mac-Ronald, De Groot, De Bois, Agterberg, Schotel / Arranged, Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens / Engineered at EMI Studios Heemstede

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Rock & Roll
Catalog#  5C 006-25511

1976
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The Jacksons - Enjoy Yourself b/w Style Of Life (1976) - single

"Enjoy Yourself" is a song recorded by The Jacksons and released as a single in 1976. It was the first non-Motown single for the group since they departed from the label earlier that year. The song peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the group's first song to featured new member Randy Jackson, who replaced Jermaine when he decided to stay at Motown after his brothers left. It also featured backing vocals from sisters Janet and La Toya, who would also launch successful solo careers. The song is sampled on the track "Let's Have a Party" by the Backstreet Boys, which appears on their 1996 self-titled debut album.

A - Enjoy Yourself (3:24)
Written-by: K. Gamble, L. Huff / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff / Arranged-by: Bobby Martin
B - Style Of Life (3:21)
Written-by: T. Jackson, M. Jackson / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Gene McFadden, John Whitehead, Dexter Wansel / Arranged-by: Dexter Wansel

Label:  Epic Records
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  EPC 4708

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South Shore Commission - Train Called Freedom (Part 1) b/w Train Called Freedom (Part 2) (1976) - single

South Shore Commission was an R&B/funk band that briefly topped the Billboard magazine dance chart in 1975. The band formed out of The X-Citers Band in Washington D.C. Members initially included Warren Harding Hagood II (drums), Sidney Lanier Pinchback II (guitar), David Thomas Henderson (bass guitar), David Abner Scott (vocals), Armed Allen McIntosh (trumpet and saxophone), Joe Hudson (saxophone), Melvin Moore (trumpet), and Kenny Anderson (trumpet).[citation needed] Later Sheryl Henry (vocals), Frank McCurry (vocals), Eugene T. Rogers (percussion and guitar), and Lantz Arnell (keyboards) joined the group.

A - Train Called Freedom (Part 1) (2:58)
Written-by: B. Sigler, R. Tyson / Produced-by: Bunny Sigler for Dick Griffrey Productions
B - Train Called Freedom (Part 2) (5:08)
Written-by: B. Sigler, R. Tyson / Produced-by: Bunny Sigler for Dick Griffrey Productions

Label:  Vogue Records
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  14072

1976
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Silver Convention - No, No, Joe b/w Thank You, Mr. D.J. (1976) - single

Silver Convention was a West German euro disco recording act of the 1970s. The group was originally named Silver Bird Convention, or Silver Bird. The group was initiated in Munich by producers and songwriters Sylvester Levay and Michael Kunze. “No, No, Joe” was taken from their third album “Get Up And Boogie” (1976).





A - No, No, Joe
Written-by: Sylvster Levay, Stephan Prager / Produced-by: Michael Kunze, Butterfly Productions for Jupiter Records
B - Thank You, Mr. D.J.
Written-by: Sylvster Levay, Stephan Prager / Produced-by: Michael Kunze, Butterfly Productions for Jupiter Records

Label:  Papillon Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  S 913

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Cliff Richard - Devil Woman b/w Love On (Shine On) (1976) - single

"Devil Woman" is a 1976 hit single for Cliff Richard culled from his album “I'm Nearly Famous”. The song was written by Terry Britten and Christine Holmes (singer of the Family Dogg) and also recorded by Holmes under the name "Kristine". A No. 9 UK hit in June 1976, "Devil Woman" became Richard's first single to reach the Top 20 in the US, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.  The song is told from the point of a view of a man jinxed from an encounter with a stray cat with evil eyes, and his discovery that the psychic medium (a Gypsy woman) whose help he sought to break the curse was the one responsible for the curse in the first place. The song is heavily guitar-driven, with soft-distortion lines doubling the melody in the chorus and long, high, sustained single notes providing atmosphere over the verses. A Rhodes electric piano, bass guitar, drums and percussion are the only other instruments. The musicians featured on the Cliff Richard recording are Terry Britten on guitar, Alan Tarney on bass, Clem Cattini on drums, Graham Todd on keyboards, and Tony Rivers, John Perry and A. Harding on backing vocals, with string arrangements by Richard Hewson.

A - Devil Woman
Written-by: Britten, Authors / Produced-by: Bruce Welch
B - Love On (Shine On)
Written-by: Richard / Produced-by: Bruce Welch

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  5C 006-06143

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John Miles - Slow Down b/w Stranger In The City (1976) - single

John Miles (born John Errington, 23 April 1949, Jarrow, Tyne & Wear, England is an English rock music vocalist, songwriter, guitarist and keyboard player, best known for his 1976 UK hit single, "Music". "Slow Down" was his biggest US chart hit, peaking at No. 2 on the disco chart.






A - Slow Down
Written-by: J. Miles, Marshall / Arranged By, Producer, Conductor – Rupert Holmes
B - Stranger In The City
Written-by: J. Miles, Marshall / Arranged By, Producer, Conductor – Rupert Holmes

Label:  Decca Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  6103110

1976
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Euson - Midnight Blue b/w She Had Always Loved Me (1976) - single











A - Midnight Blue
Written-by: M. Manchester, Carole Bayer Sager
B - She Had Always Loved Me
Written-by: J.B. Euson

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Ballad
Catalog#  2050442

1976
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Demis Roussos - Never Say Good-Bye Again b/w Woman (1976) - single










A - Never Say Good-Bye Again (2:55)
Written-by: R. Rupen, L. Vlaviano / Arranged and Conducted-by: L. Vlaviano
B - Woman (2:30)
Written-by: J. Robinson, J. Bolden / Arranged and Conducted-by: L. Vlaviano

Label:  Philips Records
Genre:  Ballad
Catalog#  6042163

1976
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De Bumpers - Hela, Hola,´T Is Vakantietijd b/w We Gaan Op Vakantie (1976) - single











A - Hela,Hola, ´T Is Vakantietijd
Written-by: J. Poppeliers, L. v.d. Velde, H. Post
B - We Gaan Op Vakantie
Written-by: A. Hammond, L. Hazelwood, J. Poppeliers, L. v.d. Velde, H. Post

Label:  Telstar Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  TS 2254 TF

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Jennifer Warnes - Right Time Of The Night b/w Daddy Don´t Go (1976) - single

Jennifer Jean Warnes (born March 3, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer. Famous for her compositions, interpretations and her extensive repertoire as a vocalist on movie soundtracks, she is also a close friend and collaborator of Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen.
In 1976 Warnes released an album that contained her breakthrough single, "Right Time of the Night", which hit number 1 on Billboard's Easy Listening Charts.





Tracklist

A - Right Time Of The Night  (2:53)
       Producer – Jim Ed Norman
       Remix – Val Garay
       Written-By – Pete McCann

B - Daddy Don´t Go  (4:50)
       Producer – Jim Price
       Written-By – Jennifer Warnes

Companies, etc. 
Record Company – Arista Records, Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
Published By – American Broadcasting Music, Inc.
Published By – Warnes Music Inc.
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman

Notes
Release: 1976
Genre: Soft Pop
Label: Arista Records
Catalog# NG 813

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Mark Radice - If You Can´t Beat ´Em, Join ´Em b/w The Whole Wide World Ain´t Nothing But A Party (1976) - single

Mark Radice is an American singer/musician and producer, who has worked with a variety of different artists and achieved minor success with his own material in the 1970s.
In 1976, through United Artists Records, he released the album “Ain't Nothin' But A Party” which featured Brass Construction and included the hit single "If You Can't Beat 'Em Join 'Em."




A - If You Can´t Beat ´Em, Join ´Em (3:41)
Written-By: Mark Radice / Arranger: Randy Muller & Andrew Smith / Producer: Jeff Lane
B - The Whole Wide World Ain´t Nothing But A Party (4:55)
Written-By: Mark Radice, Jejj Lane / Arranger: Randy Muller & Andrew Smith / Producer: Jeff Lane

Label:  Desert Moon Records
Genre:  Disco, Soul, Funk
Catalog#  140143

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Elton John - Crazy Water b/w Chameleon (1976) - single

"Crazy Water" is a song by Elton John with lyrics written by Bernie Taupin. It is the seventh track on his 1976 album, “Blue Moves”. The song was released as a single in the UK in 1977, where it reached #27 on the charts. It also charted in Scandinavia and Switzerland.
The background vocal arrangements which featured Toni Tennille amongst others, were done by Daryl Dragon (aka "The Captain") of Captain & Tennille, and sounds reminiscent of the vocal arrangement he did on their hit song "Can't Stop Dancin'".


A - Crazy Water
Written-by: Elton John, Bernie Taupin / Arranged-by: Paul Buckmaster / Produced-by: Gus Dudgeon
B - Chameleon
Written-by: Written-by: Elton John, Bernie Taupin / Arranged-by: Paul Buckmaster / Produced-by: Gus Dudgeon

Label:  The Rocket Record Company
Genre:  Pop, Rock
Catalog#  5C 006-98717

1976
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Leo Sayer - How Much Love b/w I Hear The Laughter (1977) - single

"How Much Love" is a popular song from 1977 by the British singer Leo Sayer. It was the third of three single releases from Sayer's 1976 album, Endless Flight. The song was co-written by Sayer with Barry Mann.







A - How Much Love
Written-by: L. Sayer, B. Mann / Produced-by: Richard Perry
B - I Hear The Laughter
Written-by: L. Sayer, Vastano / Produced-by: Richard Perry

Label:  Chrysalis Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  6155086.2

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Judy Mowatt - Pour Sugar On Me b/w What An Experience (1976) - single

Judy Mowatt OD (born 1952) is a Jamaican reggae artist who rose to fame as part of the trio the "I Threes", the backing vocalists for Bob Marley & The Wailers. "Pour Sugar On Me" was taken from her 1975 album "Mellow Mood" and was produced by Bob Marley.






A - Pour Sugar On Me (3:20)
Written-By: Marley, Nash / Produced-By: Alan Cole & Bob Marley for Tuff Gong Records Ltd.
B - What An Experience (3:15)
Written-By: Mowatt / Produced-By: Alan Cole & Bob Marley for Tuff Gong Records Ltd.

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Roots Reggae
Catalog#  5C 006-97817

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Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back In Town b/e Emerald (1976) - single

"The Boys Are Back in Town" is a single from Irish hard rock band Thin Lizzy. The song was originally released in 1976 on their album “Jailbreak”. It was given 499th position among the 2004 Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Rolling Stone praised lead singer Phil Lynott's "Gaelic soul" and called the "twin-guitar lead by Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson" used "crucial to the song's success". The song is played at most Irish Rugby matches.In March 2005, Q magazine placed "The Boys Are Back in Town" at No. 38 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks.

A - The Boys Are Back In Town
Written-by: Lynott / Produced-by: John Alcock
B - Emerald
Written-by: Gorham, Robertson, Downey, Lynott / Produced-by: John Alcock

Label:  Vertigo Records
Genre:  Rock, Heavy Metal
Catalog#  6059139

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The Chi-Lites - The Devil Is Doing His Work b/w I´m Not A Gambler (1976) - single

The Chi-Lites are a Chicago-based smooth soul vocal quartet from the early 1970s, one of the few from the period not to come from Memphis or Philadelphia. They were led by Eugene Record.  The single “The Devil Is Doing His Work” is from 1975.






A - The Devil Is Doing His Work (3:40)
Written-by: Eugene Record, Quinton Joseph / Arranged, Produced-by: Eugene Record & Ouinton Joseph
B - I´m Not A Gambler (3:55)
Written-by: Eugene Record / Produced-by: Eugene Record / Arranged-by: Eugene Record, S. Sanders

Label:  Brunswick Records
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  BE 108-3072

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Jigsaw - Love Fire b/w Your Lips Are Close (1976) - single

Jigsaw were an English pop music group, fronted by the singer-songwriter duo of Clive Scott and Des Dyer.








A - Love Fire (2:40)
Written-by: C. Scott, D. Dyer / Arranged-by: Richard Hewson / Produced-by: Chas Peate
B - Your Lips Are Close (3:17)
Written-by: C. Scott, D. Dyer / Produced-by: Chas Peate

Label:  Splash Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog #  06-19272-6

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Jen Rog - Rosalia b/w Happy Street (1976) - single

Jen Rog was een band uit Volendam van 1972 tot 2006 die tot en met de jaren tachtig singles uitbracht in de genres palingsound en countryrock. Bandleden van het eerste uur waren onder meer Theo van Scherpenseel en Jaap Schilder (De Witte). De band was in zijn bestaan vooral succesvol als coverband. Er waren veel wisselingen, met in 1992 het aantreden van de toen nog vijftienjarige Jaap Kwakman die met De Witte en Jan Dulles sinds 2002 succesvol werd in de formatie 3JS.



A - Rosalia (3:41)
Written-by: M. Veerman, J. Schilder / Arranged-by: Rick Beekman / Produced-by: Richard de Bois
B - Happy Street (3:05)
Written-by: P. Bewley, R. de Bois / Arranged-by: Rick Beekman / Produced-by: Richard de Bois

Label:  Warner Bros. Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  WBN 16871

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Jackpot - Midnight´s Alright b/w I´ll Sing My Song (1976) - single











A - Midnight´s Alright (3:00)
Written-by: Hammerstone, Songstone / Arranged-by: H. Schoonderwalt / Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens
B - I´ll Sing My Song (3:25)
Written-by: McRonald, Dunhills / Arranged-by: H. den Ouden / Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Rock & Roll
Catalog#  5C 006-82319

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Sailor - Stiletto Heels b/w Out Of Money (1978) - single











A - Stiletto Heels (3:11)
Written-by: George Kajanus / Produced-by: Jeffrey Lesser
B - Out Of Money (2:55)
Written-by: George Kajanus / Produced-by: Jeffrey Lesser

Label:  Epic Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  EPC 4620

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Van McCoy - Night Walk b/w Love Child (1976) - single

Van McCoy was an accomplished musician, record producer, arranger, songwriter and orchestra conductor. He is known best for his 1975 internationally successful song "The Hustle". In 1976 the album “The Real McCoy” with the song “Night Walk”.






A - Night Walk (3:15)
Written-by: Van McCoy / Produced, Arranged-by: Van McCoy / Executive Producers: Hugo & Luigi
B - Love Child (3:08)
Written-by: Hugo & Luigi, G.D. Weiss / Produced-by Hugo & Luigi / Arranged, Conducted-by: Van McCoy

Label:  H&L Records
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  16945 AT

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Jim & Ady - Rock ´N´ Roll Marionette b/w I Never Knew (1976) - single











A - Rock ´N´ Roll Marionette
Written-by: Hamilton / Produced-by: Norman Newell
B - I Never Knew
Written-by: Duncan / Produced-by: Norman Newell

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  5C 006-06141

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Guys ´N´ Dolls - Stoney Ground b/w How Can Loving You Be Wrong (1976) - single

Guys 'n' Dolls were a 1970s UK pop group. They achieved success in the mid-1970s  Guys 'n' Dolls were formed in 1974, after Ammo Productions held auditions for three girls and three boys to start the band. The six members of the group Paul Griggs, David Van Day, Thereza Bazar, Dominic Grant, Martine Howard, and Julie Forsyth.





A - Stoney Ground (2:43)
Written-by: Elson, Stephenson / Produced-by: S. Elson, K. Rossuter
B - How Can Loving You Be Wrong (3:41)
Written-by: Monk, Vickers / Produced-by: Tony MacAulay

Label:  Ariola Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  17427 AT

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The O´Jays - Livin´ For The Weekend b/w Stairway To Heaven (1976) - single

"Livin' for the Weekend" is a song by American R&B vocal group The O'Jays, released also the second single from their eleventh album Family Reunion (1975). It spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart in the spring of that year.






A - Livin´ For The Weekend (2:50)
Written-by: K. Gamble, L. Huff, C. Gilbert / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff / Arranged-by: Bobby Martin
B - Stairway To Heaven (3:20)
Written-by: K. Gamble, L. Huff / Produced-by: Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff / Arranged-by: Bobby Martin

Label:  Philadelphia International Records
Genre:  Philly Soul
Catalog#  PIR 4189

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FM - In The Valley Back Home b/w Take Care Of Your Friends (1978) - single

FM is het Utrechtse duo, zanger Maarten Stoopendaal en gitarist Frans van Ingen, voortgekomen uit de Continental Uptight Band en de groep Time en in 1978 voortgezet als FM. Hun enige single “In The Valley Back Home” bereikte # 32 in de Top-40.






A - In The Valley Back Home (4:23)
Written-By – B. Bergsma, F. v. Ingen, M. Stoopendaal / Producer: FM
B - Take Care Of Your Friends(4:41)
Written-By – F. v. Ingen, M. Stoopendaal, O. Stoopendaal / Producer: FM

Label:  Ariola Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  15786 AT

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Bram Vermeulen - Politiek b/w Tekens Aan De Wand (1980) - single

In 1980 richtte Vermeulen een eigen groep op, Bram Vermeulen en De Toekomst. Op het gelijknamige album rekende hij af met de “scheiding” van Freek De Jonge; vooral de single "Politiek" is tijdloos geworden






A - Politiek (3:28)
Written-by: Vermeulen, Zaal / Producer: Rik Zaal / Arranger: Jakob Klaasse
B - Tekens Aan De Wand (2:45)
Written-by: Vermeulen, Zaal, Klaasse / Producer: Rik Zaal / Arranger: Jakob Klaasse

Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig, Pop
Catalog#  PB-4561

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Mac & Katie Kissoon - The Two Of Us b/w Darling I Love You (1976) - single











A - The Two Of Us
Written-by: W. Bickerton, T. Waddington / A Bickerton/Waddington Production
B - Darling I Love You
Written-by: Kissoon / A Bickerton/Waddington Production

Label:  State Records
Genre:  Dance, Pop
Catalog#  2088026

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Leila & Co. - Leila b/w The Man From Teotihuacan (1977) - single











A - Leila
Written-by: Tony Perdone, Daniel Bangalter / Arrangement: Ralph Benatar / A BIRAM FRANCE ZAGORA production
B - The Man From Teotihuacan
Written-by: Tony Perdone, Daniel Bangalter / Arrangement: Ralph Benatar / A BIRAM FRANCE ZAGORA production

Label:  Philips Records
Genre:  Instrumental, Disco
Catalog#  6075016

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Bellamy Brothers - Crossfire b/w Tiger Lily Lover (1977) - single











A - Crossfire (3:45)
Written-by: Jerry Careaga / Produced-by: Phil Gernhard
B - Tiger Lily Lover (3:49)
Written-by: Howard Bellamy / Produced-by: Phil Gernhard

Label:  Warner Bros. Records
Genre:  Country, Pop
Catalog#  WB 16909

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Springblossom - The White Shark b/w Bump (1975) - single











A - The White Shark (3:45)
Written-by: Aad Klaris / Arranged-by: Herman Schoonderwalt / Produced-by: Bulldog Productions
B - B.U.M.P. (3:49)
Written-by: Aad Klaris / Arranged-by: Herman Schoonderwalt / Produced-by: Bulldog Productions

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Instrumental, Disco
Catalog#  5C 006-25357

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Seven Seas Instrumental - Super Jaws b/w Pat´s Jam (1975) - single











A - Super Jaws (2:59)
Written-By: C.Reid, W.Clarke / Produced-By: C.Reid, W.Clarke and S. Alaimo
B - Pat´s Jam
Written-By: Clarence Reid / Produced-By: Clarence Reid

Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Instrumental, Disco
Catalog#  XB 02048

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