Tag: 1977

Song Of The Day: Willie Hutch, “I Can Sho’ Give You Love”

Taken from the SoulMusic Records release, Havin’ A House Party/Making A Game Out Of Love.

Song Of The Day: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, “Action In The Streets”

Taken from the Bruce Springsteen Live Archives release, Action In The Streets ’77.

Song Of The Day: Wreckless Eric, “Semaphore Signals”

Taken from the forthcoming Edsel Records release, Wreckless Eric.

Elvis Presley: Way Down In The Jungle Room (Legacy)

Elvis Presley’s final recording sessions took place at his legendary mansion, Graceland, in a last-ditch effort to get the bored King of Rock and Roll to record new material. Unsurprisingly, the results are mixed–with a few gems mixed in with the dreck.

Elvis Presley: Way Down In The Jungle Room (Legacy)

Elvis Presley’s final recording sessions took place at his legendary mansion, Graceland, in a last-ditch effort to get the bored King of Rock and Roll to record new material. Unsurprisingly, the results are mixed–with a few gems mixed in with the dreck.

Lalo Schifrin: Black Widow/Towering Toccata (Robinsongs)

This twofer collects prolific soundtrack composer Lalo Schifrin’s two solo albums from 1976 and 1977. Heavily indebted to disco, the two offer some interesting variations and arrangements.

Lalo Schifrin: Black Widow/Towering Toccata (Robinsongs)

This twofer collects prolific soundtrack composer Lalo Schifrin’s two solo albums from 1976 and 1977. Heavily indebted to disco, the two offer some interesting variations and arrangements.

3AM Eternal: The Band, “Right As Rain” (1977)

This track, taken from the final album by the original lineup of The Band, is a song perfect for a shimmery, summer’s evening.

Twilight Music: Alice Coltrane, Transcendence (1977)

An album that from beginning to end offers the healing balm for a stressful, emotional day.

Twilight Music: Alice Coltrane, Transcendence (1977)

An album that from beginning to end offers the healing balm for a stressful, emotional day.