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NOW Yearbook Extra 1979

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Featuring a run of amazing singles from The Jam, The Stranglers, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Clash and the Skids finest single in my eyes, Working for the Yankee Dollar, plus one of my favourite singles from 1979, Milk and Alcohol by Dr. recording of: Death Disco lyricist: John Lydon ( Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols) composer: John Wardle, Keith Levene, John Lydon ( Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols) and Jim Walker ( PIL member) publisher: BMG Ariola Belgium, EMI/Virgin Music Publishing Ltd.I did include it on Paul’s Forgotten ’80s – a Mixcloud set which you may have already seen – link is https://apopfansdream. engineer: Mack ( German rock producer/engineer Reinhold Mack) producer: Jeff Lynne bass guitar: Kelly Groucutt(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) clarinet and electric piano: Richard Tandy(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) drums (drum set) and percussion: Bev Bevan ( English rock drummer)(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) electric guitar and lead vocals: Jeff Lynne(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) piano and synthesizer: Jeff Lynne(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) and Richard Tandy(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) choir vocals: Kelly Groucutt(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) and Jeff Lynne(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) conductor: Louis Clark(from 1979-03 until 1979-04) strings arranger and choir vocals arranger: Louis Clark, Jeff Lynne and Richard Tandy phonographic copyright (℗) by: CBS Records Inc. I wonder what version of Tarzan Boy we’ll get in Yearbook 85, probably the original but in 85 the summer remix was the version we were hearing on the radio and on Now 6.

Four of 1979s most beautiful songs open Disc 3 from ABBA with 'Chiquitita', 'Every Day Hurts' from Sad Cafe, Elton John's 'Song For Guy', and the best-selling single of the year: 'Bright Eyes' by Art Garfunkel, and finishes with one of the most influential singles of all time: 'Rapper's Delight' from The Sugarhill Gang. Limited edition 3CD collection featuring an additional 67 tracks from the charts of 1979, making it the perfect complement to any Yearbook, '70s pop or NOW music collection. Life in Tokyo by Japan and Electricity from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark hint at the electronic wave that was starting to crash into the charts, heralding the eventual new romantic movement that followed over the next few years.CD 2 has more of a post-punk/new wave vibe going on and includes ‘The Sound Of The Suburbs’ from The Members, ‘Babylon’s Burning’ from The Ruts, songs from The Jam, The Clash, The Stranglers, Siouxsie And The Banshees, Sex Pistols and Japan, OMD and the band Eurythmics could have been, The Tourists.

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