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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and taking our longest trip back in Pop history so far - 50 Years - with 47 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on Red Vinyl, to celebrate a landmark year of Pop singles... NOW - Yearbook 1973. Opening with the iconic 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' from Elton John and followed by Paul McCartney & Wings' Bond theme 'Live And Let Die', this epic beginning to this journey back to 1973 continues with a run of massive Glam-Rock infused hits from T. Rex, Mud, and #1s from Wizzard, 10cc, 'Cum On Feel The Noize' from Slade and Sweet with 'Blockbuster'. Flipping over to Side B, there's an awe-inspiring run of legendary artists: John Lennon, Paul Simon and Elvis Presley, plus the debut single from Bruce Springsteen with 'Blinded By The Light' and timeless signature releases from Billy Joel with 'Piano Man' and 'You're So Vain' from Carly Simon. LP2 starts in sophisticated style from Roberta Flack with the peerless 'Killing Me Softly With His Song', before Marvin Gaye ushers in an incredible line-up of Soul smashes including from Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes feat. Teddy Pendergrass, The Temptations, The O'Jays and Ike & Tina Turner... whilst on the reverse side, 1973's biggest seller - Dawn feat. Tony Orlando's 'Tie A Yellow Ribbon...' leads a fabulous Easy-Pop run including massive hits from Shirley Bassey, Olivia Newton-John, and #1s from Peters & Lee, Gilbert O'Sullivan and 'Eye Level' - the theme to one of the year's most popular TV shows by the Simon Park Orchestra. The second LP closes with three of the year's stellar Soul ballads from Diana Ross, Billy Paul and Gladys Knight & The Pips. Stunning ballads also kick off the third disc, from Paul McCartney & Wings with 'My Love', and 'Amoureuse' from Kiki Dee - before 'Albatross' from Fleetwood Mac - a #1 in 1969 and a #2 when re-released in 1973. Rock classics from Thin Lizzy, Free, Electric Light Orchestra, and Faces follow, with the side winding up with Bob Dylan's 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door'. Moving to the final side it's all about more huge Pop smashes, opening with the era-defining 'The Ballroom Blitz' from Sweet, 'Can The Can' - the first #1 smash for Suzi Quatro and Alvin Stardust's 'My Coo Ca Choo', plus Mott The Hoople, Roxy Music, and the debut hit from David Essex, 'Rock On'. Yearbook 1973 closes in magnificent style with two of the biggest and most loved Christmas classics of all time - Wizzard with 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday' and 'Merry Xmas Everybody' from Slade. NOW - Yearbook 1973 - A celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop.
NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and taking our longest trip back in Pop history so far - 50 Years - with 47 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on Red Vinyl, to celebrate a landmark year of Pop singles... NOW - Yearbook 1973. Opening with the iconic 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' from Elton John and followed by Paul McCartney & Wings' Bond theme 'Live And Let Die', this epic beginning to this journey back to 1973 continues with a run of massive Glam-Rock infused hits from T. Rex, Mud, and #1s from Wizzard, 10cc, 'Cum On Feel The Noize' from Slade and Sweet with 'Blockbuster'. Flipping over to Side B, there's an awe-inspiring run of legendary artists: John Lennon, Paul Simon and Elvis Presley, plus the debut single from Bruce Springsteen with 'Blinded By The Light' and timeless signature releases from Billy Joel with 'Piano Man' and 'You're So Vain' from Carly Simon. LP2 starts in sophisticated style from Roberta Flack with the peerless 'Killing Me Softly With His Song', before Marvin Gaye ushers in an incredible line-up of Soul smashes including from Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes feat. Teddy Pendergrass, The Temptations, The O'Jays and Ike & Tina Turner... whilst on the reverse side, 1973's biggest seller - Dawn feat. Tony Orlando's 'Tie A Yellow Ribbon...' leads a fabulous Easy-Pop run including massive hits from Shirley Bassey, Olivia Newton-John, and #1s from Peters & Lee, Gilbert O'Sullivan and 'Eye Level' - the theme to one of the year's most popular TV shows by the Simon Park Orchestra. The second LP closes with three of the year's stellar Soul ballads from Diana Ross, Billy Paul and Gladys Knight & The Pips. Stunning ballads also kick off the third disc, from Paul McCartney & Wings with 'My Love', and 'Amoureuse' from Kiki Dee - before 'Albatross' from Fleetwood Mac - a #1 in 1969 and a #2 when re-released in 1973. Rock classics from Thin Lizzy, Free, Electric Light Orchestra, and Faces follow, with the side winding up with Bob Dylan's 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door'. Moving to the final side it's all about more huge Pop smashes, opening with the era-defining 'The Ballroom Blitz' from Sweet, 'Can The Can' - the first #1 smash for Suzi Quatro and Alvin Stardust's 'My Coo Ca Choo', plus Mott The Hoople, Roxy Music, and the debut hit from David Essex, 'Rock On'. Yearbook 1973 closes in magnificent style with two of the biggest and most loved Christmas classics of all time - Wizzard with 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday' and 'Merry Xmas Everybody' from Slade. NOW - Yearbook 1973 - A celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop.
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Now Yearbook 1973 / Various [Colored Vinyl] (Red) (Uk)
Artist: Now Yearbook 1973 / Various
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
2. Paul McCartney ; Wings - Live and Let Die
3. Slade - Cum on Feel the Noize
4. T. Rex - 20th Century Boy
5. Sweet - Blockbuster
6. Mud - Dyna-Mite
7. Wizzard - See My Baby Jive
8. 10CC - Rubber Bullets
9. John Lennon - Mind Games
10. Bruce Springsteen - Blinded By the Light
11. Billy Joel - Piano Man
12. Carly Simon - You're So Vain
13. Paul Simon - Take Me to the Mardi Gras
14. Stealers Wheel - Stuck in the Middle with You
15. Elvis Presley - Always on My Mind
16. Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly with His Song
17. Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It on
18. Harold Melvin ; the Blue Notes Feat. Teddy Pendergrass - If You Don't Know Me By Now
19. The Spinners - Could It Be I'm Falling in Love
20. The O'Jays - Love Train
21. The Temptations - Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
22. Ike ; Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits
23. Dawn Feat. Tony Orlando - Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree
24. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Get Down
25. Olivia Newton-John - Take Me Home Country Roads
26. Peters ; Lee - Welcome Home
27. Simon Park Orchestra - Eye Level (Theme from the TV Series Van Der Valk)
28. Shirley Bassey - Never Never Never
29. Diana Ross - Touch Me in the Morning
30. Billy Paul - Me and Mrs. Jones
31. Gladys Knight ; the Pips - Help Me Make It Through the Night
32. Paul McCartney ; Wings - My Love
33. Kiki Dee - Amoureuse
34. Fleetwood Mac - Albatross
35. Electric Light Orchestra - Roll Over Beethoven
36. Thin Lizzy - Whiskey in the Jar
37. Free - Wishing Well
38. Faces - Cindy Incidentally
39. Bob Dylan - Knockin' on Heaven's Door
40. Sweet - the Ballroom Blitz
41. Suzi Quatro - Can the Can
42. Alvin Stardust - My Coo Ca Choo
43. Mott the Hoople - Roll Away the Stone
44. Roxy Music - Street Life
45. David Essex - Rock on
46. Wizzard - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
47. Slade - Merry Xmas Everybody

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NOW is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and taking our longest trip back in Pop history so far - 50 Years - with 47 tracks on 3 LPs, pressed on Red Vinyl, to celebrate a landmark year of Pop singles... NOW - Yearbook 1973. Opening with the iconic 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' from Elton John and followed by Paul McCartney & Wings' Bond theme 'Live And Let Die', this epic beginning to this journey back to 1973 continues with a run of massive Glam-Rock infused hits from T. Rex, Mud, and #1s from Wizzard, 10cc, 'Cum On Feel The Noize' from Slade and Sweet with 'Blockbuster'. Flipping over to Side B, there's an awe-inspiring run of legendary artists: John Lennon, Paul Simon and Elvis Presley, plus the debut single from Bruce Springsteen with 'Blinded By The Light' and timeless signature releases from Billy Joel with 'Piano Man' and 'You're So Vain' from Carly Simon. LP2 starts in sophisticated style from Roberta Flack with the peerless 'Killing Me Softly With His Song', before Marvin Gaye ushers in an incredible line-up of Soul smashes including from Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes feat. Teddy Pendergrass, The Temptations, The O'Jays and Ike & Tina Turner... whilst on the reverse side, 1973's biggest seller - Dawn feat. Tony Orlando's 'Tie A Yellow Ribbon...' leads a fabulous Easy-Pop run including massive hits from Shirley Bassey, Olivia Newton-John, and #1s from Peters & Lee, Gilbert O'Sullivan and 'Eye Level' - the theme to one of the year's most popular TV shows by the Simon Park Orchestra. The second LP closes with three of the year's stellar Soul ballads from Diana Ross, Billy Paul and Gladys Knight & The Pips. Stunning ballads also kick off the third disc, from Paul McCartney & Wings with 'My Love', and 'Amoureuse' from Kiki Dee - before 'Albatross' from Fleetwood Mac - a #1 in 1969 and a #2 when re-released in 1973. Rock classics from Thin Lizzy, Free, Electric Light Orchestra, and Faces follow, with the side winding up with Bob Dylan's 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door'. Moving to the final side it's all about more huge Pop smashes, opening with the era-defining 'The Ballroom Blitz' from Sweet, 'Can The Can' - the first #1 smash for Suzi Quatro and Alvin Stardust's 'My Coo Ca Choo', plus Mott The Hoople, Roxy Music, and the debut hit from David Essex, 'Rock On'. Yearbook 1973 closes in magnificent style with two of the biggest and most loved Christmas classics of all time - Wizzard with 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday' and 'Merry Xmas Everybody' from Slade. NOW - Yearbook 1973 - A celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of a truly stellar year in Pop.
        
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