“Why Can’t We Be Friends?”

Why Can’t We Be Friends? is the seventh studio album by American funk band War, released on June 16, 1975 by United Artists Records. Two singles from the album were released: the title track backed with “In Mazatlan”, and “Low Rider” backed with “So”. Both A-sides were nominated for the Grammy Awards of 1976. source

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Van Morrison – Crazy Love

“Crazy Love” is a romantic ballad written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrisonand included on his 1970 album, Moondance. The song was originally released as the B-sideto “Come Running” in May 1970 before it was released as a single in the Netherlands, “Come Running” as the B-side. The cover of the single shows Morrison with […]

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Ann Murray | You Needed Me

Anne Murray released her first album ‘What About Me’ in 1968. She released her second album ‘This Way is My Way’ in 1969. The same year She also recorded the song ‘Snowbird’ by the Canadian songwriter Gene MacLellan. The song became a No.1 hit in Canada. Also, the song hit on the U.S chart. It […]

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“Atlanta Rhythm Section – Spooky BEST version (rare) Ronnie Hammond”

Atlanta Rhythm Section, sometimes abbreviated ARS, is an American southern rock band, formed in 1971. The band’s current lineup consists of founding members keyboardist Dean Daughtry (who is the band’s only constant member) and vocalist Rodney Justo, along with newer members, guitarists David Anderson and Steve Stone, and drummer Jim Keeling. Classic songs While ARS […]

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“Hall & Oates-Sara Smile”

“Sara Smile” is a song written and recorded by the American musical duo Hall & Oates. It was released in January 1976 as the second single from their album Daryl Hall & John Oates. The song was the group’s first Top 10 hit in the US, reaching number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Hall […]

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Janus Ian | At Seventeen

Born in Farmingdale, New Jersey, Ian entered the American folk music scene while still a teenager in the mid-1960s. Most active musically in that decade and the 1970s, she has continued recording into the 21st century. She has won two Grammy Awards, the first in 1975 for “At Seventeen” and the second in 2013 for […]

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