If Not for You is the debut studio album by Australian singer Olivia Newton-John, released in November 1971 by Festival Records. The album was released on the Pye International label in the UK as Olivia Newton-John, with slightly different covers. As a covers album, If Not for You features mostly songs previously recorded from contemporary artists of 1960s and early 1970s. She made several performances to promote If Not for You and her follow-up album, Olivia, including an international tour with British singer Cliff Richard. It was her first album released by Festival Records, which would release all her albums in Australia until its dissolution in 2005. It also has Newton-John's first works with her long-time musical partner, John Farrar.
Acoustic 70s takes you back to some of the greatest song writing of all time in the decade that spawned some of the bestselling artists and groups in history featuring massive Number 1’s from Rod Stewart ‘Maggie May’ , Chicago ‘If You Leave Me Now’ and Harry Nilsson ‘ Without You’. Acoustic 70s focuses on the stripped back acoustic guitar and piano led tracks of the decade with iconic tracks from legends Elton John ‘Your Song’, Bob Dylan ‘ Knocking on Heavens Door’, John Lennon ‘Imagine’, Dolly Parton ‘Jolene’ and Simon & Garfunkel ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’ spread over 3CDs. The greatest songs of all time combining the popularity of acoustic led packages with the legendary artists of the 70s.
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Time Life Music’s Singers & Songwriters: Classics features 20 cuts, almost all of which were culled from the singer/songwriter-rich 1970s. Featuring a solid mix of certifiable classics including “Still Crazy After All These Years” (Paul Simon), “(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay” (Otis Redding), and “Everybody's Talkin'” (Harry Nilsson) along with artist high watermarks such as “Leader of the Band” (Dan Fogelberg), “Sundown” (Gordon Lightfoot), and “For What It’s Worth” (Buffalo Springfield), Classics dutifully replicates a classic rock radio Sunday playlist.
Following the success of Sundown, Gordon Lightfoot continued his success by releasing a greatest-hits compilation. A double album (now a single CD), it contained the most popular songs from his Warner Bros. years on disc two, and he re-recorded many of his early songs for side one of record one.