"First Pull Up, Then Pull Down," the second Hot Tuna album, continued the bands focus on classic blues songs but with a more electrified sound complemented with jazzy licks from violinist, Papa John Creach who also played with the Jefferson Airplane.
The Stranglers’ 1988 album, All Live and All of the Night, features spirited performances of some of their best songs recorded during two years of touring. Some of their better-known tracks here include “Always the Sun” and “European Female.”
This 1983 album was one of Donna Summer’s most popular, reinforcing her status as a major pop/dance star. Besides the title track major hit, the album includes well-known songs “Unconditional Love” and the soulful “Love Has a Mind of Its Own.”
On her platinum 1977 album I Remember Yesterday Donna Summer combines disco music with musical influences from the 1920s, 50s and 60s. Featured songs include the memorable title track and one of Summer's all-time hits, the immortal “I Feel Love.”