1977 albums

Here are the albums of 1977. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and the albums, and it's all about what was around in 1977.
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  1. 15 Years On

    15 Years On

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    15 Years On is an album from the band The Dubliners. This album was created to celebrate the band's 15 year anniversary from the day they started music together. The album was released on the CHYME label in 1977. The album features 24 tracks on two records (nine of which were previously unreleased). In spite of having only nine previously unreleased tracks, it is still regarded as an original album.

  2. 2001



    Prelude is the eighth studio album by Brazilian keyboardist Eumir Deodato, released in 1973. With the signature track "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)" (an arrangement of the theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey), Prelude would be the biggest hit Deodato and CTI Records ever had. The album features guitarist John Tropea on three tracks, bassists Ron Carter and Stanley Clarke, and Billy Cobham on drums. The funk-influenced version of the "Introduction" from Richard Strauss's Also sprach Zarathustra, entitled "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)", won the 1974 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance and went to number two in the pop charts in the US, number three in Canada, and number seven in the UK. In 1977, the album was re-released as 2001.

  3. 38 Special

    38 Special (2003)


    38 Special is the first album by the southern rock band, 38 Special, released in 1977 on A&M, their first of many for the label. It was remastered and reissued on the Lemon record label in 2003.

  4. A Farewell to Kings

    A Farewell to Kings (1997)


    A Farewell to Kings is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1977. It was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, and mixed at Advision Studios in London.

  5. A Mis 33 Años

    A Mis 33 Años (1978)


    A Mis 33 Años ("My 33 Years") is a 1977 album by Julio Iglesias. It was released on the Alhambra label.

  6. a Pauper In Paradise

    a Pauper In Paradise (1988)


    A Pauper in Paradise is the fifth studio album by Italian-Canadian singer Gino Vannelli.

  7. A Period of Transition

    A Period of Transition (1977)


    A Period of Transition is the ninth studio album by Northern Irish singer/songwriter Van Morrison, released in 1977 (see 1977 in music). It was his first album in two and a half years, largely forgotten or looked over by most casual fans. At the time of its release it was received with some disappointment by critics and fans: "Most were hoping for a work of primeval vocal aggression that would challenge the emerging élite of Morrison pretenders, whose ranks included Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Phil Lynott, Graham Parker and Elvis Costello."(Johnny Rogan) However, the album is still notable for several major compositions, including "Heavy Connection," "Flamingos Fly," "The Eternal Kansas City" and "Cold Wind in August".

  8. A Place in the Sun

    A Place in the Sun (2008)


    A Place in the Sun is the third album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. The album marked an entrance into the mainstream for the band, and the first single from the album, "Whatcha Gonna Do?" reached number 6 on the Pop Singles charts. The title track, "A Place in the Sun" was the second and less successful single on the album, reaching number 42, but remains the favorite among many fans of the band today. The track "Raging Fire" was released as the B-side of "I Go to Rio" in 1978. This was the group's last album with original bassist Bud Cockrell, who left the band after its release.

  9. A Portrait Of Melba

    A Portrait Of Melba (1977)


    A Portrait of Melba is the seventh album by singer Melba Moore, released in 1977.

  10. A Rare Conundrum

    A Rare Conundrum (1977)


    A Rare Conundrum is the eleventh album by Scottish folk musician Bert Jansch, released in 1977 in the UK. The album was first released by Ex Libris in Denmark in late 1976 as Poormouth with an alternative cover and a slightly different tracklist.

  11. A Song

    A Song (1977)


    A Song is an in-studio album containing the works of American pop star Neil Sedaka. It was produced by George Martin and released in 1977 on the Elektra label in the US, marking the beginning of Sedaka's association with Elektra, which would run through 1981. Outside of the US, A Song was released on the Polydor label.

  12. A Whole New Thing

    A Whole New Thing (1977)


    A Whole New Thing is the twelfth studio album by Billy Preston, released in 1977. This was Preston's final album with A&M Records.

  13. A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today

    A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today


    A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today is an album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1977. It reached Number 28 on the Country album chart. Even though Haggard had moved to the MCA label, Capitol created this release from tracks previously recorded in 1975 and 1976.

  14. ABBA: The Album

    ABBA: The Album (2007)


    ABBA: The Album is the fifth studio album by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was released in Scandinavia on 12 December 1977 through Polar Music, but due to the massive pre-orders the UK pressing plants were not able to press sufficient copies before Christmas 1977 and so it was not released in the UK until January 1978. The album was released in conjunction with ABBA: The Movie, with several of the songs featured in the film.

  15. Adult Entertainment

    Adult Entertainment


    Adult Entertainment is Raffi's third LP album for his Troubadour label, released in 1977. This is the second of two records Raffi made with adult listeners in mind (the first being Good Luck Boy (1975)). Apart from several self-penned songs, Raffi also covers songs from Jesse Winchester ("Yankee Lady") and fellow Canadian folk artist Stan Rogers ("Forty-Five Years"). This album was later released as "Lovelight" (1980). It is currently not available in CD format.

  16. Aerie Faerie Nonsense

    Aerie Faerie Nonsense (1978)

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    Aerie Faerie Nonsense is The Enid's second album. It was released in 1977 by EMI and later re-released by The Enid in 1983 following its deletion from the EMI catalogue.

  17. African Violet

    African Violet

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    African Violet is an album by American trumpeter Blue Mitchell which features arrangements by McKinley Mitchell recorded and released on the Impulse! label in 1977.

  18. Aja

    Aja (1999)


    Aja (ˈʒə, pronounced like Asia) is the sixth album by the jazz rock band Steely Dan. Originally released in 1977 on ABC Records, it became the group's best-selling album. Peaking at No. 3 on the U.S. charts and No. 5 in the United Kingdom, it was the band's first platinum album, eventually selling over 5 million copies. In July 1978, the album won the Grammy Award for Best Engineered Non-Classical Recording. In 2003, the album was ranked number 145 on Rolling Stone's "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list. It is sometimes considered a recording for audiophiles, because of its excellent production.

  19. Aktor


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    Aktor is the third studio album by Polish band 2 Plus 1, released in 1977. Its title translates Actor.

  20. Alemony Eneeki

    Alemony Eneeki


    Alemony Eneeki (Arabic: علموني عنيكي‎) is a 1977 studio album by Mohamed Mounir.

  21. Alex Harvey Presents: The Loch Ness Monster

    Alex Harvey Presents: The Loch Ness Monster

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    Alex Harvey Presents: The Loch Ness Monster was a spoken word album about The Loch Ness Monster. The album was recorded in 1977, Alex Harvey had left The Sensational Alex Harvey Band for a short while to work on this project. The remaining four members of The Sensational Harvey Band recorded a studio album entitled Fourplay. The band was credited on the album as "SAHB (Without Alex)", after Alex Harvey had completed this project, he returned to the band to record, what would be his final album with them, Rock Drill.

  22. Alien Soundtracks

    Alien Soundtracks (2007)


    Alien Soundtracks is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Chrome. It was released in 1977, through record label Siren.

  23. All in the Name of Love

    All in the Name of Love (1977)


    All in the Name of Love is a bluegrass album by American musician John Hartford, released in December 1977 (see 1977 in music).

  24. All 'N All

    All 'N All (2004)


    All 'N All is the eighth studio album by the American band Earth, Wind & Fire, released in 1977 on Columbia Records. It is one of the group's most well known albums and has been certified triple platinum in the United States for sales of three million copies by the RIAA, gold in Canada by Music Canada and silver in the UK by the British Phonographic Industry.

  25. All Skrewed Up

    All Skrewed Up (1977)


    All Skrewed Up is a 1977 album by British punk rock band Skrewdriver. It was issued with four different sleeve colours - green, orange, yellow, and pale purple. It was later re-released in 1991 with five additional tracks, including the singles "Unbeliever" and "Streetfight", originally issued on the German release.

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