Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Jessica 6 in 1974

Jessica 6 in 1974
7 August 2012

Devil Gate Drive – Suzi Quatro
#1 UK single chart
From her second album, Quatro
#1 Australian album chart, #126 US Billboard 200
Rak Records

You Haven’t Done Nothin’ – Stevie Wonder
#1 US Billboard Hot 100, #1 Hot R&B, #30 UK singles chart
From his seventeenth album, Fulfillingness’ First Finale
#1 US Billboard 200, #5 UK album chart
Tamla Records

Virgin Man – Smokey Robinson
#56 US Billboard Hot 100, #12 Billboard Hot R&B chart
From his second solo album, Pure Smokey
#99 US Billboard 200, #12 Billboard R&B Albums chart
Tamla Records

Machine Gun – Commodores
#22 US Billboard Hot 100, #7 Billboard Hot R&B
From their debut album, Machine Gun
#138 US Billboard 200, #22 Billboard R&B Albums chart
Motown Records

Highway Headin’ South – Dolly Parton
#1 Billboard Country Music chart
From her fourteenth solo album, Love Is Like A Butterfly
#7 Billboard Country Albums chart
RCA Records

The Needle And The Spoon – Lynyrd Skynyrd
From their 2x platinum, second album, Second Helping
#12 US Billboard 200
MCA Records

Hearts On Fire – Gram Parsons
From his second (posthumously released) album, Grievous Angel
#195 US Billboard 200
Reprise Records

My Man – Eagles
From their third album, On The Border
#1 US Billboard 200
Asylum Records

September Gurls – Big Star
Single released in 1974 (did not chart)
From their second album, Radio City
Ardent Records

Lively Up Yourself – Bob Marley & The Wailers
From his seventh album (first as Bob Marley & The Wailers), Natty Dread
#92 US Billboard 200, #44 Billboard Black Albums chart, #43 UK album chart (1975)
Island/Tuff Gong Records

Dub Organiser – Augustus Pablo
From his album, This Is… Augustus Pablo
Heartbeat Records
Also featured on new Nascente label ‘Bass Culture’ CD box-set Volume 3 ‘When Reggae Was King’ – check it out at Amazon

Future Legend – David Bowie
From his eighth album, Diamond Dogs
#1 UK album chart, #5 US Billboard 200
RCA Records

Explosive Mouth – Marc Bolan and T Rex

From their ninth album, Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow/A Creamed Cage in August
#12 UK album chart

St Alfonzo’s Pancake Breakfast – Frank Zappa
From his eighteenth album, Apostrophe (‘)
#10 US Billboard 200
DiscReet Records

Magic – Pilot
#11 UK singles chart, #5 US Billboard Hot 100
From their debut album, From The Album Of The Same Name


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