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Super Hits of the '70s
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Album: Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, Vol. 12
# Song Title   Time
1)    Seasons in the Sun - Terry Jacks
2)    Spiders and Snakes - Jim Stafford
3)    Jim Dandy - Black Oak Arkansas
4)    Rock & Roll, Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer
5)    Rock On - David Essex
6)    Star - Stealers Wheel (bonus track)
7)    Hooked on a Feeling - Blue Swede
8)    Eres Tu (Touch the Wind) - Mocedades
9)    Come and Get Your Love - Redbone
10)    Lord's Prayer, The - Sister Janet Mead
11)    Entertainer, The - Marvin Hamlisch
12)    Streak, The - Ray Stevens
 
Album: Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, Vol. 12
# Song Title   Time
1)    Seasons in the Sun - Terry Jacks
2)    Spiders and Snakes - Jim Stafford
3)    Jim Dandy - Black Oak Arkansas
4)    Rock & Roll, Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer
5)    Rock On - David Essex
6)    Star - Stealers Wheel (bonus track)
7)    Hooked on a Feeling - Blue Swede
8)    Eres Tu (Touch the Wind) - Mocedades
9)    Come and Get Your Love - Redbone
10)    Lord's Prayer, The - Sister Janet Mead
11)    Entertainer, The - Marvin Hamlisch
12)    Streak, The - Ray Stevens
 
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  • Liner Note Author: Paul Grein.
  • Photographers: Michael Ochs; Ed Colver.
  • For their 12th go at '70s hits and kitsch, Rhino delivers a beefy selection of indelible radio fare to prove just how strange and wide-open that decade's music was. From the MOR pop end of things, smashes like Terry Jacks' "Seasons in the Sun" and Blue Swede's "Hooked on a Feeling" qualify as prime examples of the one-hit wonder retirement plan, while cuts from Stealers Wheel and Redbone chart just the beginnings of the Beatles' ongoing hold on popular music. And, yes, there's true kitsch, too: If Marvin Hamlisch's sousa ragtime ("The Entertainer") and Ray Stevens' slide whistle and banjo novelty ("The Streak") don't grab you, Mocedades' proto-Celine Dion grandstander ("Eres Tu (Touch the Wind)") and Sister Janet Mead's peppy bit of symphonic blasphemy ("The Lord's Prayer") will. But there's more, notably rocker's delights from Rick Derringer, David Essex, and Black Oak Arkansas. A gas of the truly disorienting variety. ~ Stephen Cook
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