Songs from Movies

The Best on Record (1970)

The Best of Groove Armada charts the success of one of the UK's most popular dance acts. Featuring the biggest hits from their last three albums, this anthology of their time on the Jive label is packed with downbeat and upbeat anthems, and an array of music as heard in film, television and radio. The subdued intro and trombone melody of "Superstylin" opens the collection softly with the now legendary bassline kicking in for a perfect euphoric moment. Other upbeat anthems include the piano house of "If Everybody Looked the Same", the Fatboy Slim mix of Gramma Funk's "I See You Baby" (both of which have been used to sell cars) and the more recent disco hit, "Easy".

The movie The Best on Record, released in 1970, features 8 songs from artists like Johnny Cash, Peggy Lee, The Isley Brothers and Jack Jones. What is your favorite song from The Best on Record?

 

Songs from The Best on Record

A Boy Named Sue
Johnny Cash
Is That All There Is?
Peggy Lee
It's Your Thing
The Isley Brothers
Games People Play
Jack Jones
Spinning Wheel
Blood, Sweat & Tears
Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In
Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass
Love Theme from 'Romeo and Juliet'
Henry Mancini
Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
Dionne Warwick

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