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  1. The quintessential sounds of the Seventies are here in the most wide-ranging collection of AM radio classics ever heard on a single disc! Hard to Find 45s on CD, Vol. More 70s Essentials has 21 beautifully remastered stereo songs, 11 of which were Top 10 hits and five of which appear on CD for the first time ever! In a word, it's dy-no-mite!/5(65).
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  8. A dozen B-sides, UK-only singles, and other oddities from the s and early '70s. Some of these are really good: the raucous cover of James Brown's "Shout and Shimmy," "Heaven and Hell" (one of John Entwistle's better tunes), the 45 version of "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand," the obscure Roger Daltrey tune "Here for More." Other cuts are pretty peripheral, like the lame '65 R&B of.

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