|–Piero Montanari||Lupin (Remix)||2:56|
|–Piero Montanari||Tiptoe (Remix)||3:15|
|–Piero Montanari||Saigon Night||1:51|
|–Piero Montanari||Saigon Night (Remix)||3:22|
|–Piero Montanari||Spiderwalk (Remix)||3:39|
|–Alessandro Alessandroni, Giuliano Sorgini||Tabata Girl||2:37|
|–Stefano Torossi||Saint Tropez||2:59|
|–Alessandro Alessandroni, Giuliano Sorgini||Fast Sex||1:41|
|–Piero Montanari||Sleazy Bar||3:40|
|–Nino Rapicavoli||Pop Mania||1:48|
|–Nino Rapicavoli||Rainbow Room||3:04|
|–Gerardo Iacoucci||Self Touch||1:18|
|–Amedeo Tommasi||Uncle Solo||2:33|
|–Stefano Torossi||Romantic Escape||2:53|
|–Piero Montanari||Charlie's Bounce||3:12|
|–Piero Montanari||Watergate Dance||2:37|
|–Nino Rapicavoli||Baroque Jazz||2:30|
|–Piero Montanari||Space Bubble||2:02|
|–Nino Rapicavoli||Doctor Moo||2:18|
|PRCD 115||Various||1970s Pop Maniacs (CD, Album)||Primrose Music||PRCD 115||Italy||1999|
|PRCD 115||Various||1970s Pop Maniacs (27xFile, MP3, 320)||Primrose Music||PRCD 115||Italy||2009|
Archive recordings from the 1970s with 4 bonus remixed versions. Label Code: LC 07132. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Music from the Motion Picture is an album by 10,000 Maniacs. The album, their first full-length in 14 years, contains eleven original songs. This album is the first to feature guitarist Jeff Erickson since he took over for Robert Buck following his death in 2000, and the first Maniacs album to feature Mary Ramsey without her longtime music partner, John Lombardo.
Popular music of the United States in the 1970s saw various forms of pop music dominating the charts. Often characterized as being shallow, 1970s pop took many forms and could be seen as a reaction against the high-energy and activist pop of the previous decade.
Extended Versions (10,000 Maniacs album). Extended Versions is a live album by 10,000 Maniacs released in 2009 as a part of the Extended Versions collection of discounted albums. The album was recorded during the band's 2006 tour with Oskar Saville as lead vocalist. By the time of the album's release, Saville had been replaced as lead vocalist by the former member Mary Ramsey who is pictured on the cover and listed as a member of the band.
The 1970s unfurled as a paradox of both striking diversity and remarkable coherence: From high-concept prog nerds and high-octane guitar solo to high-heeled glam-rockers and rough-and-ready punks, the decade saw the rise and dominance of the tement.
Criteria: These 1970s Albums are ranked, giving equal consideration for their impact, influence, immediate & lasting popularity, and acclaim from critics & musicians. This list does not include 'Greatest Hits' or 'Compilation' albums. American Beauty (1970) - Grateful Dead 57. Fun House (1970) - Iggy Pop & the Stooges 58. Hunky Dory (1971) - David Bowie 59. Exodus (1977) - Bob Marley & the Wailers 60.
The 1970s: American Pop Culture History . 1970s Music: History, Pictures & Artists. There was more variety in music in the 1970s than ever before. Music listeners had dozens of genres to choose from and many of them rose to popularity at different points during the decade. Funk, Soul, R&B, Pop, Hard Rock, Soft Rock and Disco all carved out their place in the music world in the 1970s. The late 70s also witness the birth of another young music style: hip-hop. The Mamas and the Papas were rejuvenated, making a new album in hopes of a tour. Sonny and Cher came back into demand, as did Perry Como. The Beach Boys turned their music to an older audience, those who had listened to them in their earlier days.