David B.

Member Since: 3/17/2003
Total Mixes: 29
Total Feedback: 17

Pray-Tell presents...The S.O.S. (Super Original Seventies) Collection!

Artist Song
Grand Funk Railroad   Locomotion 
Stevie Wonder   Boogie On Reggae Woman 
Maxine Nightingale  Right Back Where We Started From 
Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose   Too Late To Turn Back Now 
Gary Wright   Love Is Alive 
Starbuck   Moonlight Feels Right 
Ozark Mountain Daredevils   Jackie Blue 
Michael Murphey  Wild Fire 
Lobo  Me And You And A Dog Named Boo 
Sammy Johns  Chevy Van 
Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds   Fallin' In Love 
Bill Withers   Ain't No Sunshine 
Neil Sedaka  Laughter In The Rain 
Carole King  Jazzman 
Jigsaw   Sky High 
Jay Ferguson   Thunder Island 
America   Tin Man 
Stories  Brother Louie 
Nicolette Larson   Lotta Love 
The Grass Roots  Temptation Eyes 
Mary McGregor   Torn Between Two Lovers 
Jim Croce  Time In A Bottle 
Bob Welch  Sentimental Lady 
Gilbert O' Sullivan   Alone Again (Naturally) 


Remember `70s AM radio in all its glory? Pray tell, why did we love these songs so much? Now you can hear them for the first time in delectable stereo on this double CD (also traded separately). I know some classic stuff didn't make it on here. Everyone says where's ELO, Boz Scaggs, the Carpenters, Billy Swan, Vicki Sue?- you fill in the blank. From the beginning, I was torn between what to put on, but in the end there was simply no time. Special thanks to Bob Swartzlander and Carolina for their insights.
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Date: 3/19/2004
props for 19 & 21 which is also under Fleetwood Mac
Date: 3/19/2004
Can't go wrong. Love the cover. It's dead-on. "You've blown it all sky high..."
Date: 3/20/2004
Woooh, there's some really gruesome stuff on here ("Torn between Two Lovers"? Nicolette Larson? Yikes!) and a toy-truckload of goodies to "Get Down" (Gilbert O' Sullivan - yes!) to. In one word: sublime.
p the swede
Date: 3/20/2004
some really ups and downs here
Date: 3/21/2004
Nice combination plate Dave, and yes, you've nailed the artwork. I see this stuff at the swap meet every weekend. but it's always on vinyl that appears to have been run over by an El Camino. Nice to see it on CD! BTW, I promise to get back to you soon about our pending trade. Sorry to be a deadbeat!
A.D. 69
Date: 4/18/2004
This looks pretty awesome to me.
A.D. 69
Date: 4/18/2004
This looks pretty awesome to me.