Out of Sight - 20 Original Hits
Catalog#: TC 220
Format: Vinyl LP
Record is VG++
Cover has light edge wear
Country: Canada issue
Style: Rock, Disco, Soul
A1 Eric Clapton - I Shot the Sheriff
A2 Tinker's Moon - Shang-A-Lang
A3 Billy Joel - Piano Man
A4 Jim Weatherly - The Need to Be
A5 Paper Lace - The Night Chicago Died
A6 The Rubettes - Sugar Baby Love
A7 The Hollies - The Air That I Breathe
A8 Fancy - Wild Thing
A9 Dave Loggins - Please Come to Boston
A10 Chilliwack - Crazy Talk
B1 Elton John - Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
B2 MFSB - T.S.O.P.
B3 The Hudson Brothers - So You Are a Star
B4 The Stylistics - Let's Put It All Together
B5 Tony Orlando & Dawn - Steppin' Out
B6 Gladys Knight & The Pips - I Feel a Song in My Heart
B7 Mac Davis - Hell of a Woman
B8 Stealers Wheel - Star
B9 Lobo - Rings
B10 Stampeders - Ramona
Here is another one of those K-tel collections from the 1970s, which consisted of twenty pop hits that were broadcast over the radio. This album contains hits that were on the airwaves in 1974, and the original album was released in early 1975.
Eric Clapton - I Shot the Sheriff
Eric Clapton puts a bit of a rock blues spin on it with his guitar playing.
Billy Joel - Piano Man
Such a beautiful song. Always smile when i listen to this song.. it reminds me how wonderful it is to live..
Elton John Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
The walking up the stairs and each step lighting up is pure 70s rock star overindulgence!!
The Hollies - The air that I breathe
when you listen to theses songs of the 70s , it makes you want to go back to a simplier and more peaceful time.
Rubettes - Sugar baby love
To this day I find it hard to believe that it wasn't a female session singer doing the high stuff though I stand to be corrected
Paper Lace-The Night Chicago Died
Coming of age song for me in 1974...I just loved that summer, and this song was always on the radio, and I always associate it with pure untethered bliss of freedom
Don't make music like this anymore
MFSB - T.S.O.P.
Recorded in the Summer of 1975, the incomparable Three Degrees perform two of their biggest hits, the Soul Train anthem, "TSOP" and also their first big, UK hit, "Year of Decision". These two performances are lifted from their first BBC-TV Special, aired in the UK in July 1975. There