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NOW Music are excited to present NOW That's What I Call 12" 70s - a 4CD collection of 42 12" and extended versions of some of the most defining and enduring tracks from some of the most memorable artists of the era. CD1 kicks off with a host of superstars: Elton John and the original 1979 12" version of 'Are You Ready For Love' - followed by the long version of 'Goodnight Tonight' from Wings - and the 7 minute version of the #1 'We Don't Talk Anymore' from Cliff Richard. Blondie's #1 'Heart Of Glass' is up next in it's' extended version, along with synth driven smashes from Roxy Music, Japan, M, and The Flying Lizards. Closing Disc 1 with some classic New Wave 12" versions from Lene Lovich, Public Image Limited, the #1 'Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick' from Ian Dury & The Blockheads - and the stunning full length version of 'Rock Lobster' from The B-52's. Electronic Disco opens Disc 2, with the superb long version of 'Beat The Clock' from Sparks, Cerrone's ground-breaking 'Supernature' and dance-floor smash 'From East To West' by Voyage. The iconic 'Spacer' from Sheila & B Devotion appears here in it's Tom Moulton mix and is joined by extended pop gems from Boney M., Eruption, Leif Garrett and The Three Degrees. Closing this disc - two space-age disco-pop classics: Dee D. Jackson's 'Automatic Lover' and some 'Galactic Funk' from Meco with 'Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band' - available here in it's 7.35 12" version, originally released as a DJ-only promo. Discs 3 and 4 celebrate the rich legacy of 1970's disco. Massive hits from Earth, Wind & Fire With The Emotions, McFadden & Whitehead and Heatwave feature alongside the extended version of Yvonne Elliman's 'Saturday Night Fever' classic 'If I Can't Have You' - and Odyssey's sublime 'Native New Yorker'. Huge club tracks from Dan Hartman and Grace Jones lead into the captivating 'Like An Eagle' from Dennis Parker, and Cher literally takes Disc 3 home with her 1979 12" smash. At over 17 minutes, the 12" version of Donna Summer's 'Macarthur Park Suite' is still stunning and is followed by floor-filling gold from The Trammps with the full version of 'Disco Inferno', the sophistication of Chic, Amii Stewart's 'Light My Fire / 137 Disco Heaven', plus Frantique and Vicki Sue Robinson. The collection closes with three of the greatest anthems to evolve from the collision of amazing Soul vocals and a Disco dance-floor: Diana Ross with the 12" Version of 'Love Hangover', Gloria Gaynor's timeless 'I Will Survive', and signing off with 'Don't Leave Me This Way' with the legendary vocals of Thelma Houston.
NOW Music are excited to present NOW That's What I Call 12" 70s - a 4CD collection of 42 12" and extended versions of some of the most defining and enduring tracks from some of the most memorable artists of the era. CD1 kicks off with a host of superstars: Elton John and the original 1979 12" version of 'Are You Ready For Love' - followed by the long version of 'Goodnight Tonight' from Wings - and the 7 minute version of the #1 'We Don't Talk Anymore' from Cliff Richard. Blondie's #1 'Heart Of Glass' is up next in it's' extended version, along with synth driven smashes from Roxy Music, Japan, M, and The Flying Lizards. Closing Disc 1 with some classic New Wave 12" versions from Lene Lovich, Public Image Limited, the #1 'Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick' from Ian Dury & The Blockheads - and the stunning full length version of 'Rock Lobster' from The B-52's. Electronic Disco opens Disc 2, with the superb long version of 'Beat The Clock' from Sparks, Cerrone's ground-breaking 'Supernature' and dance-floor smash 'From East To West' by Voyage. The iconic 'Spacer' from Sheila & B Devotion appears here in it's Tom Moulton mix and is joined by extended pop gems from Boney M., Eruption, Leif Garrett and The Three Degrees. Closing this disc - two space-age disco-pop classics: Dee D. Jackson's 'Automatic Lover' and some 'Galactic Funk' from Meco with 'Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band' - available here in it's 7.35 12" version, originally released as a DJ-only promo. Discs 3 and 4 celebrate the rich legacy of 1970's disco. Massive hits from Earth, Wind & Fire With The Emotions, McFadden & Whitehead and Heatwave feature alongside the extended version of Yvonne Elliman's 'Saturday Night Fever' classic 'If I Can't Have You' - and Odyssey's sublime 'Native New Yorker'. Huge club tracks from Dan Hartman and Grace Jones lead into the captivating 'Like An Eagle' from Dennis Parker, and Cher literally takes Disc 3 home with her 1979 12" smash. At over 17 minutes, the 12" version of Donna Summer's 'Macarthur Park Suite' is still stunning and is followed by floor-filling gold from The Trammps with the full version of 'Disco Inferno', the sophistication of Chic, Amii Stewart's 'Light My Fire / 137 Disco Heaven', plus Frantique and Vicki Sue Robinson. The collection closes with three of the greatest anthems to evolve from the collision of amazing Soul vocals and a Disco dance-floor: Diana Ross with the 12" Version of 'Love Hangover', Gloria Gaynor's timeless 'I Will Survive', and signing off with 'Don't Leave Me This Way' with the legendary vocals of Thelma Houston.
196587224028

Details

Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/09/2022
UPC: 196587224028

Now That's What I Call 12-Inch 70s / Various (Uk)
Artist: Now That's What I Call 12-Inch 70s / Various
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Elton John - Are You Ready for Love (Extended Version)
2. Wings - Goodnight Tonight (Long Version)
3. Cliff Richard - We Don't Talk Anymore (12" Version)
4. Blondie - Heart of Glass (12" Version)
5. Roxy Music - Angel Eyes (Extended Version)
6. Japan - Life in Tokyo (12" Extended Version)
7. M - Pop Muzik (Nik Launey '79 12")
8. The Flying Lizards - Money (12" Version)
9. Lene Lovich - Lucky Number (Slavic Dance Version)
10. Public Image Limited - Death Disco (12" Remix)
11. Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick (12" Version)
12. The B-52's - Rock Lobster
13. Sparks - Beat the Clock (Long Version)
14. Cerrone - Supernature (Extended)
15. Voyage - from East to West (Extended Version)
16. Sheila ; B. Devotion - Spacer (A Tom Moulton Mix)
17. The Three Degrees - the Runner (Long Version)
18. Leif Garrett - I Was Made for Dancin' (12" Version)
19. Boney M. - Rivers of Babylon (12" Version)
20. Eruption - I Can't Stand the Rain (Extended Version)
21. Dee D. Jackson - Automatic Lover (Extended Version)
22. Meco - Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band (DJ Promo-Only Version)
23. Earth, Wind ; Fire with the Emotions - Boogie Wonderland (12" Version)
24. McFadden and Whitehead - Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (12" Version)
25. Heatwave - Boogie Nights (Special Disco Version)
26. Odyssey - Native New Yorker (12" Disco Mix)
27. Yvonne Elliman - If I Can't Have You (Extended Version)
28. A Taste of Honey - Boogie Oogie Oogie (Album Version)
29. Dan Hartman - Relight My Fire (12" Disco Remix)
30. Grace Jones - I Need a Man (12" Version)
31. Dennis Parker - Like An Eagle (12" Version)
32. Andrea True Connection - More, More, More (12" Version)
33. Cher - Take Me Home (12" Version)
34. Donna Summer - MacArthur Park Suite: MacArthur Park/One of a Kind/Heaven Knows/Macarthur Park Reprise (DJ Promo 12" Version)
35. The Trammps - Disco Inferno (Extended Version)
36. Chic - Everybody Dance (12" Mix)
37. Amii Stewart - Light My Fire/137 Disco Heaven (Long Version)
38. Frantique - Strut Your Funky Stuff (12" Version)
39. Vicki Sue Robinson - Turn the Beat Around (Extended Version)
40. Diana Ross - Love Hangover (12" Version)
41. Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive (Original 12" Version)
42. Thelma Houston - Don't Leave Me This Way (12" Version)

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NOW Music are excited to present NOW That's What I Call 12" 70s - a 4CD collection of 42 12" and extended versions of some of the most defining and enduring tracks from some of the most memorable artists of the era. CD1 kicks off with a host of superstars: Elton John and the original 1979 12" version of 'Are You Ready For Love' - followed by the long version of 'Goodnight Tonight' from Wings - and the 7 minute version of the #1 'We Don't Talk Anymore' from Cliff Richard. Blondie's #1 'Heart Of Glass' is up next in it's' extended version, along with synth driven smashes from Roxy Music, Japan, M, and The Flying Lizards. Closing Disc 1 with some classic New Wave 12" versions from Lene Lovich, Public Image Limited, the #1 'Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick' from Ian Dury & The Blockheads - and the stunning full length version of 'Rock Lobster' from The B-52's. Electronic Disco opens Disc 2, with the superb long version of 'Beat The Clock' from Sparks, Cerrone's ground-breaking 'Supernature' and dance-floor smash 'From East To West' by Voyage. The iconic 'Spacer' from Sheila & B Devotion appears here in it's Tom Moulton mix and is joined by extended pop gems from Boney M., Eruption, Leif Garrett and The Three Degrees. Closing this disc - two space-age disco-pop classics: Dee D. Jackson's 'Automatic Lover' and some 'Galactic Funk' from Meco with 'Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band' - available here in it's 7.35 12" version, originally released as a DJ-only promo. Discs 3 and 4 celebrate the rich legacy of 1970's disco. Massive hits from Earth, Wind & Fire With The Emotions, McFadden & Whitehead and Heatwave feature alongside the extended version of Yvonne Elliman's 'Saturday Night Fever' classic 'If I Can't Have You' - and Odyssey's sublime 'Native New Yorker'. Huge club tracks from Dan Hartman and Grace Jones lead into the captivating 'Like An Eagle' from Dennis Parker, and Cher literally takes Disc 3 home with her 1979 12" smash. At over 17 minutes, the 12" version of Donna Summer's 'Macarthur Park Suite' is still stunning and is followed by floor-filling gold from The Trammps with the full version of 'Disco Inferno', the sophistication of Chic, Amii Stewart's 'Light My Fire / 137 Disco Heaven', plus Frantique and Vicki Sue Robinson. The collection closes with three of the greatest anthems to evolve from the collision of amazing Soul vocals and a Disco dance-floor: Diana Ross with the 12" Version of 'Love Hangover', Gloria Gaynor's timeless 'I Will Survive', and signing off with 'Don't Leave Me This Way' with the legendary vocals of Thelma Houston.
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