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Reacting to the instrumentals "Subway," "Dreamland," and "High Tension" by Pulsar Music Ltd. from the Italian studio combo's soundtrack to the 1976 poliziottesco Milano Violenta (Bloody Payroll).

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Credits:
Enrico Pieranunzi - piano
Silvano Chimenti - guitar

#ItalianSoundtrack #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Pain In the Arse" and "Mirrors" by Flax from the Norwegian band's 1976 album One.

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Credits:
Bass – Arve Sakariassen
Drums – Bruce C. Rasmussen
Guitar – John Hesla
Keyboards – Lars Hesla
Producer – Christian Wille, Flax (2)
Vocals – Hermod Falch

#HardRock #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Face in the Crowd" and "Power" by The Nights from the American soul-funk band's 1976 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Alto Saxophone – Rickey Blain
Art Direction, Design – Earl R. Klasky
Bass – Anthony Williams
Co-producer [Associate Producer] – Walter Johnson
Congas – Joey L. Mingo
Coordinator [Production Assistant] – Jackie Baker Atkins
Drums – Vincent Rocto
Engineer – Greg Venable, Tony Alfrey
Executive-Producer – James Alfrey, Patrick Crotty
Guitar – Anthony Brahumm
Lead Vocals – Dennis Hagger, Ira Clark, Joey L. Mingo
Percussion – Joey L. Mingo
Photography By – Ian Patrick
Producer – H. B. Barnum
Tenor Saxophone – Dennis Hagger
Timbales – Ira Clark
Trumpet – Ira Clark
Vocals – Anthony Brahumm, Anthony Williams, Rickey Blain, Vincent Rocto

#TriMaxSoul #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Sunrise" and "Shooby" by New York Mary from the N.Y.C. jazz-funk band's 1976 self-titled album.

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Bruce Johnstone (baritone/alto/soprano sax)
Rick Petrone (bass)
Joe Corsello (drums, percussion)
Tim Breen (guitar)
Donald Hahn (trumpet)
Allan Zavod (keyboard)

https://jazzrocksoul.com/artists/new-york-mary/

#AllanZavod #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Narrow Gate (La Porte Etroite)" and "Starcage" by Paris from the English/American hard-rock trio's 1976 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Bob Welch - vocals, guitar
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar, keyboards
Thom Mooney - drums

Jimmy Robinson - production, engineering
Roy Kohara - art direction

#BobWelch #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Now" and "This Mother's Daughter" by Nancy Wilson from the American soul singer's 1976 album This Mother's Daughter.

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Credits:
Backing Vocals – Afreeka Trees, Carla Bee, Carolyn Willis, Eugene McDaniels, Jackie Ward, Jim Gilstrap, Lisa Roberts, Morgan Ames
Bass – Chuck Rainey
Drums – Steve Gadd
Engineer – Phil (Boogie) Schier*
Engineer [Assistant] – Doug Rider
Executive-Producer – Larkin Arnold
Flugelhorn [Solo] – Blue Mitchell
Guitar – Hugh McCracken, Jeff Miranoy*
Percussion – Oliver Brown*
Photography By – Mel Dixon
Piano – Dave Grusin
Producer – Eugene McDaniels
Producer [Assistant] – John Mayer*
Synth [Moog], Piano, Backing Vocals – George Duke

#NancyWilson #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Knutstorp Sparkling" and "Hotel 167" by Lasse Wellander from the Swedish guitarist's 1976 album Electrocuted.

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Credits:
Bass – Jojje Wadenius, Janne Bergman, Pär-David Johnson
Drums – Ola Brunkert, Stanley Larsson, Tommy Borgudd
Guitar – Claes Af Geijerstam, Lasse Wellander, Yngve Hammervald
Keyboards – Alain Leroux, Dave Greenslade, Kjell Öhman, Per-Erik Hallin, Wlodek Gulgowski

Producer – Claes Af Geijerstam

#LasseWellander #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "You're On Your Own" and "Midnight Dreamer" by Journey from the Bay Area band's 1976 second album Look Into the Future.

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Credits:
Gregg Rolie – vocals, keyboards
Neal Schon – guitar
Ross Valory – bass guitar
Aynsley Dunbar – drums

#NealSchon #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Furry Sings the Blues" and "Black Crow" by Joni Mitchell from the Canadian singer/songwriter's 1976 album Hejira.

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Credits:
"Furry Sings the Blues"
Vocals, Guitar – Joni Mitchell
Bass – Max Bennett
Harmonica – Neil Young
Lead Guitar – Larry Carlton

"Black Crow"
Vocals, Guitar – Joni Mitchell
Bass – Jaco Pastorius
Lead Guitar – Larry Carlton

#JoniMitchell #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Soundcheck" and "Manhattan Vibes" by Wlodek Gulgowski from the Polish jazz-funk keyboardist's 1976 album Soundcheck, recorded in Sweden with drummer Steve Gadd and bassist Anthony Jackson.

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Credits:
Bass – Anthony Jackson
Drums – Steve Gadd
Engineer – Lennart Karlsmyr
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender, Hohner], Synthesizer [Celesta Synthi-axe, Logan-stringer, Mini Moog], Chimes [Chinese] – Wlodek Gulgowski
Producer – Leif Carlqvist

#WlodekGulgowski #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "From Death to Life" and "With the Sound I Can Escape" by Ocean from the French hard-rock band's 1976 album God's Clown.

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Credits:
Robert Belmonte — vocals, percussion
Georges Bodossian — guitar, synthesizer, vocals
Noël Alberola — bass, vocals
Bernard Leroy — drums

Germinal Floréal Ténas — producer

#FrenchRock #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Kagami Jigoku" and "Mikkō" by Yoshiko Sai from the Japanese singer/songwriter's 1976 second album Mikkō (密航).

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Credits
Acoustic Guitar – 吉川忠英*, 矢島賢*, 野間義男*
Arranged By – クニ河内*
Cello – 阿部雅士*
Design [Cover Design] – Teichiku Design Section
Directed By – 春名勇*
Drums – 山下秀夫*, 田中清司*, 武田光司*
Dulcimer – 生見慶二*
Electric Bass – 江藤勲*, 高水建司*
Electric Guitar – 矢島賢*, 高中正義*, 津村泰彦*
Engineer – 伊豫部富治*
Flute – 中川昌三*
Illustration – Yoshiko Sai
Lyrics By, Music By – 佐井好子*
Piano, Keyboards – 大谷和夫*, 松岡直也*
Sitar [E. Sitar] – 矢島賢*
Strings – 新音楽協会*
Tabla – 瀬上養之助*
Vibraphone – クニ河内*

#YoshikoSai #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Curacao" and "Libra" by Bobby Stern & Head, Heart and Hands from the American/German ensemble's 1976 album Libra.

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Credits
Bass – Dave King, Rocky Knauer (Curacao)
Drums – Guillherma Marchena*
Engineer – Jürgen Koppers
Flute – Leszek Zadlo
Guitar – Randy Langione, Roy Louis (Curacao)
Mixed By – Georg Dozel*
Percussion – Elmer Louis, Raoul Burnet*, Roy Louis
Piano, Electric Piano, Arranged By – Larry Porter
Producer – Ulli A. Rützel*
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Arranged By – Bobby Stern
Vibraphone – Tom van der Geld

#LatinJazz #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "It's All Over Now" and "Reachin' Out In Darkness" by Norma Jenkins from the American soul singer's 1976 album Patience Is a Virtue.

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https://jazzrocksoul.com/artists/norma-jenkins/

#NormaJenkins #1976Music #76from76 #TriMaxSoul #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Gettemoff" and "City Slickers" by Both Hands Free from the English jazz-funk band's 1976 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Bass – Pete Glennon
Drums – Dave Hassel
Engineer [Recording] – Keith Herd
Keyboards – Ritchie Close
Mastered By – Allen Landau
Producer, Liner Notes – Rick Kemp
Saxophone – Phil Chapman
Written-By, Arranged By – Both Hands Free

#JazzFunk #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Oh Captain" and "Wiggy/Love Track" by Wiggy Bits from the American hard-rock band's 1976 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Bass – Dennis Santiago
Drums – Mike Ricciardella
Engineer – David Thoener, Jimmy Iovine
Keyboards – Mike Maniscalco
Lead Guitar – Richie Cerniglia
Lead Vocals – Emil Thielheim (Peppy Castro)
Producer – Sandy Linzer

#WiggyBits #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Ask" and "Put Yourself In My Place, Friend" by Bobby Glenn from the American soul singer's 1976 album Shout It Out.

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Credits
Arranged By – Douglas Gibbs, Ralph Johnson
Arranged By [Horns & Strings], Conductor – Ray Jackson
Arranged By [Horns] – Skip Lane
Art Direction – Woody Woodward
Artwork [Cover Art] – Carole Woodward
Backing Vocals – Anita Anderson, Donna Hammond, Frankie Karl, Joe Green*, Julia Tillman*, Margaret Branch, Maxine Willard*, Mona Harrington*, Oren Waters, Shelley Clark*, Yvonne Stevens
Bass – Henry Davis
Choir – Marlon Newborn Youth Choir
Congas – Phillip Bailey*
Drums, Percussion – John Raines, Ralph Johnson
Electric Piano – Larry Dunn
Executive-Producer – Irv Kessler
Harp – Dorothy Ashby
Lead Guitar – Al McKay
Photography By [Backliner] – Paul Moore (4)
Piano – Kenny Moore
Piano, Electric Piano – Bob Farrell (5)
Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet – Douglas Gibbs
Producer – Douglas Gibbs, Glen Scott (2), Ralph Johnson
Rhythm Guitar – Rick Severson

#BobbyGlenn #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to the instrumentals "Chartreuse," "Maraschino," "Kümmel," and "Vov" by the Modern Sound Quartet from the Italian library band's 1976 album Cocktail-Bar / Night Scene.

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Credits:
Andy Surdi (bass)
Ernesto Verardi (guitar)
Gigi Cappellotto (bass)
Oscar Rocchi (keyboards)
Hugo Heredia, (saxophone, flute)

#LibraryMusic #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Space Brothers" and "Atlanteans" by Ethos from the American band's 1976 album Ardour.

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Credits:
Bass Guitar, Other [Moog Bass Pedals], Voice – Brad Stephenson
Guitar, Mandolin, Voice, Written-By – Wil Sharpe
Mellotron [Chamberlin], Organ, Synthesizer [Moog], Effects – Michael Ponczek
Mellotron, Piano, Synthesizer [Moog], Organ, Clavinet, Voice – L. Duncan Hammond
Mixed By – Greg Riker
Percussion, Effects – Mark Richards
Producer – Stuart Alan Love

#SymphonicRock #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Manhattan" and "Nightmare" by Henry Gaffney from the Brooklyn singer/songwriter's 1976 album Waiting for a Wind.

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Credits:
Bass – Anthony Jackson
Drums – Allan Schwartzberg
Guitar – Lance Quinn, Elliott Randall
Piano – Pat Rebillot
Backing vocals - David Buskin

#HenryGaffney #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "The Shape of a Word" by Shadowfax from the American jazz-rock band's 1976 album Watercourse Way.

Directory of albums from 1976: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/Zaragon/1976-the-ultimate-fix
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Album Credits:
Drums, Tabla, Bongos [Boobams], Metallophone [Lujon], Percussion – Stuart Nevitt
Electric Bass, Double Bass [String Bass], Cowbell – Phil Maggini
Electric Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar [12-String Guitar], Classical Guitar, Sitar, Vocals – Greg Stinson
Grand Piano [Acoustic Grand], Electric Piano [Baldwin & Rhodes Electric Pianos], Synthesizer [ARP 2600, Mini Moog], Sequencer [Oberheim Digital Sequencer], Harpsichord, Chamberlin – Doug Maluchnik
Lyricon, Synthesizer [Electronic Woodwind Synthesizer], Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Sax], Flute, Oboe, Recorder [Recorders], Bass Clarinet – Chuck Greenberg

Producer [Produced By] – Larry Fast, Marty Scott
Engineer – Jeffrey M. Kawalek
Art Direction – Toni J. Wadler
Illustration, Design – Terry Lamb

#LarryFast #1976Music #76from76 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Green Earrings" / "Don't Take Me Alive" by Steely Dan from the band's 1976 album The Royal Scam.

Directory of albums by American jazz-pop artists: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/Zaragon/trimax_art_pop_from_the_united_states
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Album credits:
Credits:
Donald Fagen – keyboards, vocals, background vocals
Walter Becker – bass, guitar

Paul Griffin – keyboards
Don Grolnick – keyboards
Denny Dias – guitar
Larry Carlton – guitar
Dean Parks – guitar
Elliott Randall – guitar
Mark Davis – bass
Jim Horn – saxophone
Plas Johnson – saxophone
John Klemmer – saxophone
Chuck Findley – trumpet
Bob Findley – horn
Dick “Slyde” Hyde – horn, trombone
Chuck Rainey – bass
Rick Marotta – drums (A3, B3)
Bernard “Pretty” Purdie – drums (all other tracks)
Gary Coleman – percussion
Victor Feldman – percussion, keyboards
Timothy B. Schmit – background vocals
Venetta Fields – background vocals
Clydie King – background vocals
Sherlie Matthews – background vocals
Michael McDonald – background vocals
Gary Katz – producer
Roger Nichols – engineer

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Reacting to "I'm In Love Once Again" and "No Laughing Matter" by Jean Carn from the singer's 1976 self-titled debut solo album, released on Philadelphia International Records.

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Arrangements: Jack Faith
Production/composition: Dexter Wansel ("I'm In Love Once Again"); Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff ("No Laughing Matter")

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Reacting to "Scars On the Ego" by Finch from the Dutch band's 1976 second album Beyond Expression.

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Credits:
Bass – Peter Vink
Drums – Beer Klaasse
Guitar – Joop van Nimwegen
Keyboards – Cleem Determeijer

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The years 1970 through 1985 produced at least 1,000 wonderful albums each... a lifetime supply of musical joy and discovery from this magical 15-year timeframe.