The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Remember The 70’s

The unique 70‘s.  

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra co-invented the incomparable „Pop Goes Classic Sound“. With 11 wonderful super songs from the 70‘s we remember this unique decade: „How Deep Is Your Love“ was the first of six consecutive No. 1 hits by the Bee Gees in the USA. „Another Brick in The Wall“ became Pink Floyd‘s anthem and No. 1 in 15 countries. Paul and Linda McCartney wrote „Live And Let Die,“ the first Bond song ever nominated for an Oscar. With „Evergreen,“ Barbra Streisand became the only woman in history to win the Academy Award for Best Actress and Best Original Song. There were two Grammies and seven No. 1 positions for „If You Leave Me Now“ in 1976. In 1974, „When Will I See You Again“ became a worldwide hit. „We Are The Champions,“ composed by Freddie Mecury, is now part of not only every sporting event, but also the Grammy Hall of Fame. There are over 4000 versions of the tune of „El Condor Pasa“ worldwide, a well-known one came from Simon & Garfunkel in 1970. Starting in 1978, „Baker Street“ became one of the most famous saxophone songs of all time. Everybody who plays guitar has „Lady In Black“ in his program since 1971. Also „Roxanne“ is now part of the Grammy Hall of Fame and one of the most important hits of the British band The Police.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Remember The 70’s


1 x Marbled 180g Vinyl 


Side A

  1. How Deep Is Your Love  
  2. Another Brick In The Wall  
  3. Live And Let Die  
  4. Evergreen  
  5. If You Leave Me Now  
  6. When Will I See You Again 


Side B

We Are The Champions  

El Condor Pasa  

Baker Street  

Lady in Black