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NOW Yearbook Extra 1979

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Early releases from some of the next decades' most influential artists - Japan, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, and The Tourists featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart - are included, and the disc finishes with soul-inflected dancefloor gold from Shalamar, Edwin Starr, Diana Ross and Cher. CD1-3 The Boomtown Rats - I Don't Like Mondays erroneously states it is the Album Version (4:16) but is the Single Version with a running time of 3:46.

CD 2 has more of a post-punk/new wave vibe going on and includes ‘The Sound Of The Suburbs’ from The Members, ‘Babylon’s Burning’ from The Ruts, songs from The Jam, The Clash, The Stranglers, Siouxsie And The Banshees, Sex Pistols and Japan, OMD and the band Eurythmics could have been, The Tourists. Luckily the recent Now Dance 80s set has more than made up for any slight disappointment in the yearbooks. not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint)(in 1979, in 2001), Chrysalis Records ( Don’t use as an imprint. Some great little gems on hear and loving listening to it, bring back some great memories from that time. So if you can’t afford (or invent) a time-machine, this wonderful compilation is the next best thing and it will transport you back to one of the great years for pop singles.NOW Music is thrilled to present more stellar tracks from the year with ‘NOW – Yearbook Extra 1979’. For example Top of the Pops by the Rezillos almost always uses the album track instead of the single. in 1977) and Impulsive Music(in 1977) recording of: Just the Way You Are ( Billy Joel song) lyricist and composer: Billy Joel publisher: April Music Inc.

NOW - Yearbook 1979' - A celebration of the diversity of the charts, and the creative brilliance of the year in pop. If somebody put together a Malcolm McLaren and associated / managed artists box set, then it would be an ideal song to feature. assistant engineer: Dave Martone ( US engineer) engineer: Jim Boyer ( producer/engineer) producer: Phil Ramone mixer: Jim Boyer ( producer/engineer) and Phil Ramone acoustic guitar: David Spinozza(in 1978) brass [horns] and strings arranger: Robert Freedman phonographic copyright (℗) by: CBS, Inc.The version of Goin’ Home by The Osmonds in your Spotify playlist is the album cut from The Plan and not the original single version as on the MGM single. in 1978) recorded at: Chipping Norton Recording Studios in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom(in 1978-05) and Roundhouse Studios in London ( Greater London), England, United Kingdom(in 1978-05) mixed at: Roundhouse Studios in London ( Greater London), England, United Kingdom(in 1978-07) recording of: Mirrors lyricist and composer: Sally Oldfield publisher: Betterbron Music Ltd. in 1973) recording of: Waiting for an Alibi lyricist and composer: Phil Lynott publisher: Pippin The Friendly Ranger Music Co. With a re-imagined look that reflects the era, 48 tracks over 3-LPs on bright orange vinyl, celebrating a truly spectacular year of chart magic.

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