Time Life's AM Gold series takes a wide-ranging look at the music that shaped the '70s, sticking mainly to the biggest hits of each year and providing an hour-plus of first-rate oldies radio programming. Each disc is heavy with classic tracks from huge artists, but also finds space for one-offs from lesser-known groups and singers. AM Gold: 1972's lineup is split between smooth soul from the likes of Al Green ("I'm Still in Love with You"), the Chi-Lites ("Oh Girl"), and Billy Paul ("Me and Mrs. Jones"); soft rock from such stalwarts as America ("A Horse with No Name"), Gilbert O'Sullivan ("Alone Again [Naturally]"), and Mac Davis ("Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me"); and left-field hits like Edu Lobo's "I'd Love You to Want Me" and Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now." Another well-chosen, evenly paced, and highly entertaining collection from the fine folks at Time Life, seek it out at a second-hand store near you today.
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