Song and Music - 60s & 70s

Song title Release datesort descending Singer - Band Singer-Band picture Album Country Musical genre Remarks
Move Over Jan. 1971 JANIS JOPLIN Pearl USA ROCK The album, whose name is a reference to the nickname of Janis Joplin, was released a few months after his death, posthumously
Lady in Black Jan. 1971 URIAH HEEP Salisbury England ROCK
You've Got a Friend Mar. 1971 JAMES TAYLOR Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon U.S. Soft ROCK Written by Carole King and included in her album "Tapestry"
Take me Home Country roads Apr. 1971 JOHN DENVER Poems, Prayers & Promises USA Country music
Wild Horses Apr. 1971 THE ROLLING STONES Keith Richards in 2006 (Baltimore) Sticky Fingers England ROCK Recorded in 1969, but only released in the "Sticky Fingers" album
Brown Sugar Apr. 1971 THE ROLLING STONES Sticky Fingers United Kingdom ROCK song This song alludes to both sexual attraction for black women and drugs (brown heroin)
Ain't No Sunshine May 1971 BILL WITHERS Just As I Am USA Soul music
Help Me Make It Through The Night Jul. 1971 JOAN BAEZ Blessed Are ... USA Country music One of the most beautiful voices in the collection
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down Jul. 1971 JOAN BAEZ Blessed Are ... U.S. Folk music Written by Robbie Robertson about the American Civil War and released by The band in 1969
Jealous Guy Sept. 1971 JOHN LENNON Imagine England POP song Lennon wrote this when he was in The Beatles. He used it on his "Imagine" album with the lyrics changed
Without You Nov. 1971 HARRY NILSSON Nilsson Schmilsson USA POP Written by Badfinger in 1970
A Horse with No Name Dec. 1971 AMERICA A Horse with No Name and Other Hits United Kingdom Soft ROCK
This World Today is A Mess 1972 1972 DONNA HIGHTOWER This World Today is A Mess USA R&B
Heart Of Gold Jan. 1972 NEIL YOUNG Harvest USA ROCK It features backup vocals of James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt
Smoke on the Water Mar. 1972 DEEP PURPLE Machine Head England ROCK It is about a fire that occured in the Casino at Montreux, where the Band was going to record their "Machine Head" album
Amoureuse Mar. 1972 VÉRONIQUE SANSON Amoureuse France Various
Top of the World Jul. 1972 THE CARPENTERS A Song for You USA POP
City of New Orleans Jul. 1972 ARLO GUTHRIE Hobo's Lullaby USA Folk ROCK Released in 1971 by Steve Goodman
I'd Love You to Want Me Sept. 1972 LOBO Of a Simple Man U.S. Soft ROCK
Clair Oct. 1972 GILBERT O'SULLIVAN Back to Front Ireland POP The real Clair was the young daughter of O'Sullivan's producer-manager, Gordon Mills
Mon frère Oct. 1972 MAXIME LE FORESTIER Mon frère France Various music
You're So Vain Nov. 1972 CARLY SIMON No Secrets USA POP
Chante 1973 1973 MICHEL FUGAIN Chante France Various
Charly 1973 SANTABÁRBARA Charly Spain POP
Harlem Song 1973 THE SWEEPERS Harlem Song France Various music
Dream On Jan. 1973 AEROSMITH Aerosmith USA ROCK Written by Steven Tyler, it was their first major hit. He said that this is the only song on album where he uses his real voice!
Daniel Jan. 1973 ELTON JOHN Elton John in 2008 (Doncaster) Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player England Soft ROCK
The Great Gig in the Sky Mar. 1973 PINK FLOYD The Dark Side of the Moon England ROCK
Long Train Runnin' Mar. 1973 THE DOOBIE BROTHERS Long Train Runnin' USA ROCK
Sing (1) May 1973 THE CARPENTERS The Carpenters in 1972 (Washington) Sing USA POP Written in 1971 by Joe Raposo for the children's television show "Sesame Street"