Oshkosh Public Library

Romancing the '70's

Romancing the '70's
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
Main title
Romancing the '70's
compact disc
Music parts
not applicable
Oclc number
Table Of Contents
[disc 1]. Garden party: Love will keep us together (Captain & Tennille) -- Drift away (Dobie Gray) -- Ben (Michael Jackson) -- Escape (The pina colada song) (Rupert Holmes) -- Theme from Mahogany (Do you know where you're going to) (Diana Ross) -- She's a lady (Tom Jones) -- Ain't no woman (like the one I've got) (Four Tops) -- Three times a lady (Commodores) -- So in to you (Atlanta Rhythm Section) -- (Your love has lifted me) Higher and higher (Rita Coolidge) -- I just wanna stop (Gino Vannelli) -- Garden party (Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band) -- Reunited (Peaches & Herb) -- Don't pull your love (Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds) -- The morning after (Maureen McGovern) --[disc 2]. Without you: Tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree (Dawn, featuring Tony Orlando) -- Without you (Nilsson) -- Rose garden (Lynn Anderson) -- Annie's song (John Denver) -- Brandy (You're a fine girl) (Looking Glass) -- I'll never love this way again (Dionne Warwick) -- You don't have to say you love me (Elvis Presley) -- Midnight train to Georgia (Gladys Knight & the Pips) -- The air that I breathe (The Hollies) -- Here you come again (Dolly Parton) -- Longer (Dan Fogelberg) -- Afternoon delight (Starland Vocal Band) -- Lovin' you (Minnie Riperton) -- The most beautiful girl (Charlie Rich) -- All by myself (Eric Carmen) --[disc 3]. Summer breeze: What a fool believes (The Doobie Brothers) -- Blue Bayou (Linda Rondstadt) -- A horse with no name (America) -- Guitar man (Bread) -- I'd really love to see you tonight (England Dan & John Ford Coley) -- You're so vain (Carly Simon) -- Dream weaver (Gary Wright) -- Summer breeze (Seals & Crofts) -- Dance with me (Orleans) -- I'll never fall in love again (Dionne Warwick) -- I'd love you to want me (Lobo) -- Just remember I love you (Firefall) -- Just when I needed you most (Randy Vanwarmer) -- Lotta love (Nicolette Larson) -- When I need you (Leo Sayer)
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Romancing the seventiesRomancing the nineteen-seventiesRomancing the 1970's
Mapped to

Incoming Resources

  • Has instance