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Various - The Sounds & Songs Of London mp3 album

Various - The Sounds & Songs Of London mp3 album Performer: Various
Title: The Sounds & Songs Of London
Style: Field Recording, Classical, Rhythm & Blues, Psychedelic Rock
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1674 mb
Size FLAC: 1260 mb
Rating: 4.3

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From 10cc to XTC, from London to Lagos, from 7 singles to side-long epics, and from punk to prog to ambient to disco, our list of the greatest songs from one of music’s greatest decades. As voted by our full time staff and contributors, these are Pitchfork's 200 best songs of the 1970s. Trending Now. The One Song Neneh Cherry Wishes She Wrote.

London Calling (1979) - The Clash 19. Abbey Road (1969) - The Beatles 20. Purple Rain (1984) - Prince 21. Who's Next (1971) - The Who 22. Led Zeppelin II (1969) - Led Zeppelin 23. Songs In The Key Of Life (1976) - Stevie Wonder 24. The Joshua Tree (1987) - U2 25. Rumours (1977) - Fleetwood Mac 26. The Beatles (The White Album) (1968) - The Beatles 27. I Never Loved A Man the Way I Love You (1967) - Aretha Franklin 28. Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (1962) - Ray Charles 29. Blue (1971) - Joni Mitchell 30. Tapestry (1971) - Carole King 31.


A1 Ron Goodwin And His Orchestra Jet Journey
A2 No Artist Chimes Of Big Ben
A3 Eddie Calvert London By Night
A4 No Artist All-Night Tea Stall
A5 Acker Bilk A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
A6 No Artist Smithfield Market
A7 Bud Flanagan Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner
A8 No Artist Brewers Dray
A9 The Big Ben Banjo Band Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'be
A10 No Artist The Pool Of London
A11 The Michael Sammes Singers* Limehouse Blues
A12 No Artist Bus Ride
A13 Johnny Scott And His Orchestra Let's All Go Down The Strand
A14 No Artist Main Line Railway Terminus
A15 Kim Cordell Give My Regards To Leicester Square
A16 No Artist Underground Train
A17 Unknown Artist Street Musician
A18 No Artist Petticoat Lane Street Market
A19 Stanley Holloway London Pride
A20 No Artist East End Seafood Stall
A21 The Band Of The Royal Horse Guards* The Horse Guards, Whitehall
A22 No Artist Trooping The Colour
A23 No Artist London Policeman
A24 Johnny Scott And His Orchestra They're Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace
A25 No Artist Changing Of The Guard
A26 The G.U.S. Footwear Band Knightsbridge March
A27 No Artist Bells Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields
A28 Owen Brannigan Oranges & Lemons
B1 Philip Green And His Orchestra Swinging London
B2a No Artist Carnaby Street Boutique
B2b The Koobas City Girl
B3 The Big Ben Banjo Band The Lambeth Walk
B3 No Artist Hampstead Heath Fairground
B4 Russ Conway Down At The Old Bull & Bush
B5 No Artist Big Department Store At Christmas Time
B6 Bill Shepherd A Foggy Day
B7 Westminster Abbey Choir* O Lord God Of Hosts
B8 No Artist London Taxi
B9 The G.U.S. Footwear Band London Bridge March
B10 Unknown Artist Buskers
B11 No Artist Speakers Corner
B12 No Artist Olde English Restaurant
B13 Vera Lynn Cruising Down The River
B14 No Artist Ceremony Of The Keys At The Tower Of London
B15 Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra Autumn In London Town
B16 Barney Gilbraith My Old Dutch
B17 No Artist East End Pub
B18 The Metropolitan Police Band And Choir Christmas Carols In Trafalgar Square
B19 Philip Green And His Orchestra Swinging London (Reprise)
B20a No Artist Discotheque
B20b Herbie Goins & The Nightimers Coming Home To You
B21 No Artist Chimes Of Big Ben
B22 Bud Flanagan Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner


  • Engineer – Stuart Eltham
  • Narrator – Leslie Dwyer, Nicholas Pennell
  • Written-By, Producer – Bob Barratt


Track B2 was recorded at the John Stephen boutique 'Male W.1.' in 1967, interpolating The Koobas "City Girl"
Track B20 features Herbie Goins & The Nightimers playing live in a London discotheque in 1966.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SAX 9001 Various The Sounds & Songs Of London ‎(LP, Comp) Columbia SAX 9001 UK 1968