Favorite "warm 70's" album or song

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  1. classicrockguy

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    Another one, Boz Scaggs "Silk Degrees" album, here's another great example, especially this song's ending/fadeout:
     
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    The original version was released in the 70s, 1972, I think. His remake was released later. Both versions are fine!

    Edit: Just checked. The original version of "CASTLES IN THE AIR" was from his album "TAPESTRY" from 1970. The remake is from the 1981 album "BELIEBERS"... Sorry, "BELIEVERS"
     
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    I do not associate Jan Garbarek with "warm 70's sound" , quite the opposite in fact, I always found his tone rather cold and sterile .
    Here 's one but not sure if it has been posted before
     
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    I've always thought Led Zeppelin 4 was a warm album...
     
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    Peter Skellern, "You're a Lady." It was a huge hit in England, but peaked at only #50 in the States, though it made the top 30 in Philadelphia.

     
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    Roger Whittaker, "Durham Town (The Leavin')," a non-starter in the States but a decent-sized hit in England and elsewhere. I guess it was recorded in 1969, but it wasn't issued in the U.S. until 1970, and then it was reissued in 1975 in the wake of the belated success of "The Last Farewell."

     
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    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Our House
     
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    anything by Peter and the Test Tube Babies
     
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    Garbarek's version of Hasta Siempre is pretty warm and it hasn't been posted before..
     
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    Sorry for the misunderstanding - I didn't mean that it had been posted before - this was referring to my next post and the Valerie Carte song
     

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