This week In ’70s Throwback’ 26

The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Toto, Bob Marley, The Wailers, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Procol Harum, Neil Young, Jackson Browne, Grateful Dead, Tom Waits, Elton John, John Martyn. They are the ’70s Throwback’ performers selected among the 290 Posts we publish this week.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

Tracklist

1 . The Rolling Stones – Fingerprint File

Lifted from : The Rolling Stones release their twelfth album : ‘It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll’ featuring the title track and ‘Ain’t Too Proud to Beg’ (1974)

2 . David Bowie – Everything’s Alright

Lifted from : RCA Records publish David Bowie’s seventh album ‘Pin Ups’ featuring ‘Sorrow’ (1973)

3 . Toto – Hold the Line

Lifted from : Columbia publish ‘Toto’ their first and eponymous album featuring ‘Hold the Line’ (1978)

4 . Bob Marley & The Wailers – I Shot The Sheriff

Lifted from : The Wailers release their fourth album : ‘Burnin” featuring ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ and ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ (1973)

5 . Bob Dylan & George Harrison – If Not for You

Lifted from : Bob Dylan releases ‘New Morning,’ his eleventh album featuring ‘If Not for You’ (1970)

6 . Procol Harum – Grand Hotel

Lifted from : Procol Harum are in New-Jersey (1975)

7 . Neil Young – Heart of Gold

Lifted from : Reprise publish Neil Young’s first live album : ‘Time Fades Away’ recorded with The Stray Gators (1973)

8 . Jackson Browne – I Thought I Was a Child

Lifted from : Asylum publish Jackson Browne’s second album : ‘For Everyman’ (1973)

9 . Grateful Dead – Row Jimmy

Lifted from : The Grateful Dead release their sixth album : ‘Wake of the Flood’ (1973)

10 . Tom Waits – (Looking For) The Heart Of Saturday Night

Lifted from : Asylum publish Tom Waits’ second album : ‘The Heart of Saturday Night’ (1974)

11 . Elton John – Song For Guy

Lifted from : Elton John releases ‘A Single Man,’ his twelfth album featuring ‘Part-Time Love’ and ‘Song for Guy’ (1978)

12 . John Martyn – Small Hours

Lifted from : John Martyn goes to college (1978)

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