Billboard: Top Soft Rock Hits illustrates that the pop mainstream wasn't necessarily affected by the musical upheavals in rock & roll during the late '60s and early '70s, but did freely adopt its production techniques
Billboard Top Soft Rock Hits is a series of compilation albums released by Rhino Records in 1997, each featuring ten soft rock hit recordings from a specific year in the 1970s. Five albums in the series were released, one each for the years from 1970 to 1974. All 50 tracks reached the top ten of the Billboard Easy Listening chart and were top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart
The Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 Hits of the 1970s. 10/28/2014 by Elias Leight. In honor of Billboard magazine's 120th anniversary on Nov. 1, we're revealing the top 20 Billboard Hot 100 hits from each decade since the 1960s (for a total of 120 songs). One family dominated the Billboard Hot 100 in the '70s: The Gibbs. The three brothers in the Bee Gees landed three of the top 20 hits of the decade, and Andy Gibb - another brother - had two more as a solo artist.
Billboard Top Soft Rock Hits is a series of compilation albums released by Rhino Records in 1997, each featuring ten soft rock hit recordings from a specific year in the 1970s. All 50 tracks reached the top ten of the Billboard Easy Listening chart and were top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart
Billboard Top Rock & Roll Hits:1958 Various Artists Elvis,Conway. Billboard Top Rock & Roll Hits: 1961 - Various Artists (CD 1988).
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It's Only Make Believe
Jack Nance / Conway Twitty
Tony Macaulay / Barry Mason
It Don't Matter to Me
I'll Never Fall in Love Again
Burt Bacharach / Hal David
Without Love (There Is Nothing)
I Just Can't Help Believin'
Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil
One Day of Your Life
Howard Greenfield / Neil Sedaka
For the Love of Him
Henry Jerome / Barbara Martin
Armando Manzanero / Sid Wayne
Airport Love Theme (Gwen and Vern)
Burt Bacharach - Composer Vincent Bell - Performer, Primary Artist Kim Bloxdorf - Project Assistant Bread - Performer, Primary Artist Glen Campbell - Performer, Primary Artist Perry Como - Performer, Primary Artist Hal David - Composer David Gates - Composer Howard Greenfield - Composer Paul Haney - Project Assistant Engelbert Humperdinck - Primary Artist Bill Inglot - Digital Remastering Henry Jerome - Composer Tom Jones - Performer, Primary Artist Tony Macaulay - Composer Barry Mann - Composer Armando Manzanero - Composer Barbara Martin - Composer Bobbi Martin - Performer, Primary Artist Barry Mason - Composer David McLees - Project Assistant Patrick Milligan - Project Assistant Jack Nance - Composer Alfred Newman - Composer Neil Sedaka - Composer Danny Small - Composer B.J. Thomas - Performer, Primary Artist Conway Twitty - Composer Dionne Warwick - Performer, Primary Artist Sid Wayne - Composer Cynthia Weil - Composer Joel Whitburn - Compilation Producer Andy Williams - Performer, Primary Artist
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