Ramblin” Man – Scots Country Comfort – Back Home Again

9 Mar

Ramblin” Man – Scots Country Comfort – Back Home Again

Please forward this error screen to 67. Ramblin’ Man – Scots Country Comfort – Back Home Again series featured music from the 1970s. 2-LP box sets as well as CD, but we have not seen the LP sets.

In 1996, some of the volumes of the set, along with some new volumes, were reissued using the R840- prefix. As with many of their subscription series from the early 1990s, Time-Life ventured into the retail market in the late 1990s with a series of 3-CD budget box sets. These were meant to be representative samplers of the larger series, probably in hopes of attracting new subscribers who knew little about Time-Life’s subscriptions. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below.

We have no association with Time-Life or Warner Bros. Sounds of the Seventies: 1971 – Various Artists First cover, showing Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia. Listen To The Music – Doobie Bros. Sounds of the Seventies: 1976 – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Takin’ It To The Streets – Doobie Bros. Sounds of the Seventies: 1977 – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Fire replacing “Dancing Queen” by Abba.

Long Train Runnin’ – Doobie Bros. Sounds of the Seventies: 1974 – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Sounds of the Seventies: 1975 – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Must Of Got Lost – J. Sounds of the Seventies: 1979 – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Sounds of the Seventies: 1978 – Various Artists First cover, showing the Bee Gees. Sounds of the Seventies: 1978 – Various Artists Second cover.

Sounds of the Seventies: 1971 Take Two – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Sounds of the Seventies: 1972 Take Two – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Minute By Minute – Doobie Bros. Sounds of the Seventies: FM Rock – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Sounds of the Seventies: Seventies Generation – Various Artists All tracks stereo. Don’t Look Back” by Peter Tosh, and “Message From The Country” by Move replacing “Bridge of Sighs” by Robin Trower.