Foghat Live es el primer álbum en vivo de la agrupación británica Foghat, publicado el 19 de agosto de 1977. Hasta la fecha ha sido el álbum más vendido de la banda, con un promedio de dos millones de copias, obteniendo el certificado de doble platino en los Estados Unidos.
Double Live Gonzo! es el primer álbum en vivo del guitarrista estadounidense Ted Nugent, lanzado en 1978. Además de contener versiones en vivo de canciones de sus tres álbumes anteriores, se incluyeron las canciones inéditas Yank Me, Crank Me y Gonzo. El disco logró la certificación de triple platino.1
"Just What The Doctor Ordered" 5:26
"Yank Me, Crank Me" 4:28
"Baby Please Don't Go" 5:58
"Great White Buffalo" 6:23
"Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" 6:18
"Cat Scratch Fever" 4:49
"Motor City Madhouse" 10:35
I'm in You es el quinto álbum de estudio de Peter Frampton el cual fue lanzado en junio de 1977. Al igual que su predecesor en directo Frampton Comes Alive!, este álbum fue un gran éxito en el ámbito comercial. Además de ser la última grabación previa a su accidente automovilístico que casi le cuesta la vida en 1978.
Axe Victim is the debut album by art rock band Be-Bop Deluxe, released in June 1974.
Catch Bull at Four es el sexto álbum de estudio del músico y compositor británico Cat Stevens (1947–). Fue el disco más exitoso de Stevens en Estados Unidos. El título proviene de uno de los Diez toros del zen.1
Santana's Greatest Hits is a 1974 compilation album by Santana. It offers highlights from the group's first three albums. It is the band's best-selling compilation album, selling over 7 million copies in the U.S..
Hope You're Feeling Better
Samba Pa Ti
Black Magic Woman
Oye Como Va
Everything's Coming Our Way
Se a Cabo
The Best of Bread is a multi-platinum compilation album by the band Bread released in 1973 by Elektra Records. The original album contains 12 songs that were first released between 1969 and 1972.
Beyond Appearances is the fourteenth studio album by Santana, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music).
The album took seven months to make, and involved a mostly different line-up than the previous one, Shangó (released in 1982): apart from Carlos Santana, singer Alex Ligertwood and percussionists Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató were still with the band. This was singer Greg Walker's first album with Santana since Inner Secrets - he had left in 1979, and returned in 1983. As a result, the band had two vocalists at the time. It also was bassist Alphonso Johnson's first of two albums with the group, having joined in 1984; and the only to feature Chester C. Thompson on drums and David Sancious on keyboards. It also was the first with Chester D. Thompson on keyboards; he would remain with the band until the 2000s. The album is notable for the presence of two Chester Thompsons on the same record with the same band.
Musically, it was firmly in the style of the 1980s, making much use of synthesizers and drum machines.
Beyond Appearances performed relatively poorly, reaching only fifty on the Billboard album chart; one of its tracks, "Say It Again", reached number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart (though it performed better on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, reaching number fifteen)
The Beatles Ballads is a compilation album featuring a selection of ballad songs by the English rock band the Beatles. The album was not released in the United States, but in Mexico, the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Japan, South Korea and Australia. In Australia, the album was a big success, spending seven weeks at number one. It reached number 17 in the UK.
The cover art by "Patrick" (John Byrne) had been created in 1968 as a possible cover for what would become The Beatles ("The White Album"). Its style and concept appears to support the White Album's original working title of A Doll's House.
The album was released in 1985 on LP and cassette under the EMI-ODEON label in Brazil using identical front and back cover art. It has never been officially released on compact disc.
Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by Australian soft rock group Air Supply, released in August 1983
It spent one week on top of the Australian (Kent Music Report) album chart on 26 September 1983
The Jim Steinman-written and produced track "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" was released as a single and became Air Supply's last top 10 hit in the United States, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album sold over 7 million copies in the United States