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NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the stellar Pop year of 1973 - NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973. CD1 kicks off with two of the year's massive #1s - Slade with 'Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me', and 'Angel Fingers' from Wizzard leading a run of unforgettable Glam Pop & Rock from T. Rex, Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Mud, Mott The Hoople and Roxy Music. David Essex scored his second Top 10 hit, and 10cc their third - both feature - plus ballads from Gilbert O'Sullivan, and 'The Twelfth Of Never' from Donny Osmond which was another of 1973's #1s. Disc 1 closes with Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Stylistics, Jackson 5, The Spinners and Timmy Thomas with some of the year's Soul classics. Paul McCartney & Wings open CD2 with 'Hi, Hi, Hi', before Electric Light Orchestra's 'Showdown', and 'Joybringer' from Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Next up is a superb run of Rock classics from Nazareth, Geordie, Status Quo, The Edgar Winter Group, Alice Cooper, and Argent ahead of some softer Pop-Rock from Albert Hammond, The Allman Brothers Band and Hudson-Ford. Singles from Paul Simon and Dave Edmunds lead into more of '73's Soul hits with tracks included from Eddie Kendricks, and Jr. Walker & The All Stars, before closing the disc with ballads from Diana Ross & Marvin Gaye, Sylvia and Dobie Gray. The final disc begins with an enduring classic, 'Daniel' from Elton John, and singer-songwriters Carly Simon and Jim Croce with his U. S. #1 'Time In A Bottle'. Timeless tracks that were similarly big U. S. hits from Helen Reddy, John Denver, and the theme from the film Deliverance, 'Dueling Banjos' follow. CD3 also features more Glam-tinged memories from Slade, T. Rex, Wizzard and Mott The Hoople before some pure Pop nuggets including hits from Blue Mink, White Plains, Dawn feat. Tony Orlando, Tony Christie, and The New Seekers' take on 'Pinball Wizard' coupled with 'See Me Feel Me'. Ballads from Elvis Presley and Charles Aznavour are among the last run of tracks and are joined by big hits enjoying a re-release in 1973 from Guy Darrell, Al Martino, and signing-off with the timeless Halloween favourite 'Monster Mash' from Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the stellar Pop year of 1973 - NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973. CD1 kicks off with two of the year's massive #1s - Slade with 'Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me', and 'Angel Fingers' from Wizzard leading a run of unforgettable Glam Pop & Rock from T. Rex, Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Mud, Mott The Hoople and Roxy Music. David Essex scored his second Top 10 hit, and 10cc their third - both feature - plus ballads from Gilbert O'Sullivan, and 'The Twelfth Of Never' from Donny Osmond which was another of 1973's #1s. Disc 1 closes with Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Stylistics, Jackson 5, The Spinners and Timmy Thomas with some of the year's Soul classics. Paul McCartney & Wings open CD2 with 'Hi, Hi, Hi', before Electric Light Orchestra's 'Showdown', and 'Joybringer' from Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Next up is a superb run of Rock classics from Nazareth, Geordie, Status Quo, The Edgar Winter Group, Alice Cooper, and Argent ahead of some softer Pop-Rock from Albert Hammond, The Allman Brothers Band and Hudson-Ford. Singles from Paul Simon and Dave Edmunds lead into more of '73's Soul hits with tracks included from Eddie Kendricks, and Jr. Walker & The All Stars, before closing the disc with ballads from Diana Ross & Marvin Gaye, Sylvia and Dobie Gray. The final disc begins with an enduring classic, 'Daniel' from Elton John, and singer-songwriters Carly Simon and Jim Croce with his U. S. #1 'Time In A Bottle'. Timeless tracks that were similarly big U. S. hits from Helen Reddy, John Denver, and the theme from the film Deliverance, 'Dueling Banjos' follow. CD3 also features more Glam-tinged memories from Slade, T. Rex, Wizzard and Mott The Hoople before some pure Pop nuggets including hits from Blue Mink, White Plains, Dawn feat. Tony Orlando, Tony Christie, and The New Seekers' take on 'Pinball Wizard' coupled with 'See Me Feel Me'. Ballads from Elvis Presley and Charles Aznavour are among the last run of tracks and are joined by big hits enjoying a re-release in 1973 from Guy Darrell, Al Martino, and signing-off with the timeless Halloween favourite 'Monster Mash' from Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
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Now Yearbook Extra 1973 / Various (Uk)
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DISC: 1

1. Slade - Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me
2. Wizzard - Angel Fingers
3. T.Rex - Solid Gold Easy Action
4. Sweet - Hell Raiser
5. Suzi Quatro - Daytona Demon
6. Mud - Hypnosis
7. Barry Blue - Do You Wanna Dance?
8. Mott The Hoople - All The Way From Memphis
9. Roxy Music - Pyjamarama
10. David Essex - Lamplight
11. 10cc - The Dean and I
12. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Why Oh Why Oh Why
13. Donny Osmond - The Twelfth Of Never
14. Jermaine Jackson - Daddy's Home
15. Gladys Knight ; The Pips - The Look Of Love
16. The Stylistics - Break Up To Make Up
17. Jackson 5 - Skywriter
18. New York City - I'm Doin' Fine Now
19. The Spinners - Ghetto Child
20. Timmy Thomas - Why Can't We Live Together
21. Paul McCartney ; Wings - Hi, Hi, Hi
22. Electric Light Orchestra - Showdown
23. Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Joybringer
24. Nazareth - Broken Down Angel
25. Geordie - All Because Of You
26. Status Quo - Paper Plane
27. The Edgar Winter Group - Frankenstein
28. Alice Cooper - Hello Hooray
29. Argent - God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You
30. Albert Hammond - The Free Electric Band
31. The Allman Brothers Band - Ramblin' Man
32. Hudson-Ford - Pick Up The Pieces
33. Paul Simon - Loves Me Like A Rock
34. Dave Edmunds - Baby I Love You
35. Jackson 5 - Hallelujah Day
36. Eddie Kendricks - Keep On Truckin'
37. Jr. Walker ; The All Stars - Take Me Girl, I'm Ready
38. Diana Ross ; Marvin Gaye - You're A Special Part Of Me
39. Sylvia - Pillow Talk
40. Dobie Gray - Drift Away
41. Elton John - Daniel
42. Carly Simon - The Right Thing To Do
43. Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle
44. Helen Reddy - Delta Dawn
45. John Denver - Rocky Mountain High
46. Eric Weissberg ; Steve Mandell - Dueling Banjos
47. Slade - My Friend Stan
48. T.Rex - The Groover
49. Wizzard - Ball Park Incident
50. Mott The Hoople - Honaloochie Boogie
51. Blue Mink - Randy
52. White Plains - Step Into A Dream
53. Dawn feat. Tony Orlando - Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose
54. The New Seekers - Pinball Wizard / See Me Feel Me
55. Tony Christie - Avenues And Alleyways
56. Guy Darrell - I've Been Hurt
57. Al Martino - Spanish Eyes
58. Elvis Presley - Fool
59. Charles Aznavour - The Old Fashioned Way (Les Plaisirs Démodés)
60. Bobby "Boris" Pickett ; The Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash

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NOW Music is proud to present 60 more essential gems from the stellar Pop year of 1973 - NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973. CD1 kicks off with two of the year's massive #1s - Slade with 'Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me', and 'Angel Fingers' from Wizzard leading a run of unforgettable Glam Pop & Rock from T. Rex, Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Mud, Mott The Hoople and Roxy Music. David Essex scored his second Top 10 hit, and 10cc their third - both feature - plus ballads from Gilbert O'Sullivan, and 'The Twelfth Of Never' from Donny Osmond which was another of 1973's #1s. Disc 1 closes with Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Stylistics, Jackson 5, The Spinners and Timmy Thomas with some of the year's Soul classics. Paul McCartney & Wings open CD2 with 'Hi, Hi, Hi', before Electric Light Orchestra's 'Showdown', and 'Joybringer' from Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Next up is a superb run of Rock classics from Nazareth, Geordie, Status Quo, The Edgar Winter Group, Alice Cooper, and Argent ahead of some softer Pop-Rock from Albert Hammond, The Allman Brothers Band and Hudson-Ford. Singles from Paul Simon and Dave Edmunds lead into more of '73's Soul hits with tracks included from Eddie Kendricks, and Jr. Walker & The All Stars, before closing the disc with ballads from Diana Ross & Marvin Gaye, Sylvia and Dobie Gray. The final disc begins with an enduring classic, 'Daniel' from Elton John, and singer-songwriters Carly Simon and Jim Croce with his U. S. #1 'Time In A Bottle'. Timeless tracks that were similarly big U. S. hits from Helen Reddy, John Denver, and the theme from the film Deliverance, 'Dueling Banjos' follow. CD3 also features more Glam-tinged memories from Slade, T. Rex, Wizzard and Mott The Hoople before some pure Pop nuggets including hits from Blue Mink, White Plains, Dawn feat. Tony Orlando, Tony Christie, and The New Seekers' take on 'Pinball Wizard' coupled with 'See Me Feel Me'. Ballads from Elvis Presley and Charles Aznavour are among the last run of tracks and are joined by big hits enjoying a re-release in 1973 from Guy Darrell, Al Martino, and signing-off with the timeless Halloween favourite 'Monster Mash' from Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers. NOW - Yearbook Extra 1973 - a further celebration of the diversity and magic of the year in Pop.
        
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