- Title:Contemporary Country • The Early '70s
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Contemporary Country was a 22-volume series issued by Time-Life during the early 1990s, spotlighting country music of the 1970s through early 1990s. Each volume in the series chronicled a specific time period – the early-1970s, the mid-1970s, the late-1970s, the early-1980s, the mid-1980s, the late-1980s and the early-1990s. Each volume was issued on a compact disc or cassette.
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Despite the hits he’d been notching for a decade, he was still just another road warrior who idolized Hank Sr. but still saw him as an almost hilariously impossible standard against which to measure himself or anybody else. Ben’s original version of the song, recorded for his 1972 album Ben, is a subdued gem. But the version recorded for his massive 1976 crossover album Africa Brasil exudes joy, sparks flying from every exuberant note. The record would end up getting Rod Stewart-whose Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? bore a strong resemblance-sued. It’s not difficult, though, to see what Stewart saw in its jubilant DNA (unconsciously, according to his autobiography).
And only in the '70s did genres start asserting themselves: singer-songwriter and interpreter, art-rock and heavy metal and country-rock and boogie, fusion and funk and disco and black MOR, punk and new wave, and somehow straddling them all (except for punk, God bless) the monolith of pop-rock. Country rock, formed from the fusion of rock music with country music, gained its greatest commercial success in the 1970s, beginning with non-country artists such as Bob Dylan, Gram Parsons, and The Byrds. The early 1970s marked the departure of Diana Ross from The Supremes and the break-up of Simon & Garfunkel and The Beatles.
|1||–Merle Haggard And The Strangers||The Fightin' Side Of Me|
|2||–Loretta Lynn||Coal Miner's Daughter|
|3||–Freddie Hart||Easy Loving|
|4||–Don Gibson||Woman ( Sensuous Woman)|
|5||–Conway Twitty||Hello Darlin'|
|6||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Would You Take Another Chance On Me|
|7||–Tammy Wynette||He Loves Me All The Way|
|8||–George Jones||Loving You Could Never Be Better|
|9||–Sonny James||Empty Arms|
|10||–Sammi Smith||Help Me Make It Through The Night|
|11||–Ray Price||For The Good Times|
|13||–Charley Pride||Kiss An Angel Good Morning|
|14||–Donna Fargo||The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.SA.|
|15||–Buck Owens||Made In Japan|
|16||–Charlie Rich||Behind Closed Doors|
|17||–Jerry Reed||When You're Hot, You're Hot|
|18||–Lynn Anderson||Rose Garden|
|19||–Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn||Lead Me On|
|20||–Tom T. Hall||The Year That Clayton Delaney Died|
|21||–Kris Kristofferson||Why Me|
|22||–Johnny Cash||Sunday Morning Coming Down|
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