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David Hepworth has been writing, broadcasting and speaking about music since the 70s. He was involved in the launch and editing of Smash Hits, Q, Mojo and The Word. He was one of the presenters of BBC TV's The Old Grey Whistle Test, and one of the anchors of the BBC's coverage of Live Aid in July 1985. He has written six books about music in the last five years: 1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year, Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Star, Nothing is Real: The Beatles Were Underrated And Other Sweeping Statements About Pop, A Fabulous Creation: How the LP Saved Our Lives, Rock & Roll A Level: The only quiz book you need and Overpaid, Oversexed and Over There: How a Few Skinny Brits with Bad Teeth Rocked America. David writes a weekly column on podcasts for Radio Times and throughout the past two years, with Mark Ellen, David has co-hosted well over a hundred Word In Your Attic interviews on YouTube, with appearances from a galaxy of musicians, journalists, broadcasters and authors.
David Hepworth has been writing, broadcasting and speaking about music since the 70s. He was involved in the launch and editing of Smash Hits, Q, Mojo and The Word. He was one of the presenters of BBC TV's The Old Grey Whistle Test, and one of the anchors of the BBC's coverage of Live Aid in July 1985. He has written six books about music in the last five years: 1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year, Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Star, Nothing is Real: The Beatles Were Underrated And Other Sweeping Statements About Pop, A Fabulous Creation: How the LP Saved Our Lives, Rock & Roll A Level: The only quiz book you need and Overpaid, Oversexed and Over There: How a Few Skinny Brits with Bad Teeth Rocked America. David writes a weekly column on podcasts for Radio Times and throughout the past two years, with Mark Ellen, David has co-hosted well over a hundred Word In Your Attic interviews on YouTube, with appearances from a galaxy of musicians, journalists, broadcasters and authors.
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Hepworth's Deep 70s: Underrated Cuts / Various
Artist: Hepworth's Deep 70s: Underrated Cuts / Various
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New: In Stock $53.99
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1. Jesse Winchester: Payday
2. Delaney and Bonnie: Only You Know and I Know
3. The Sanford Townsend Band: Smoke from a Distant Fire
4. Daryl Hall and John Oates: Abandoned Luncheonette
5. Andy Pratt: Avenging Annie
6. Michael Franks: Lady Wants to Know
7. Bobby Charles: Small Town Talk
8. Hirth Martinez: Altogether Alone
9. Hirth Martinez: Altogether Alone
10. John Prine: The Late John Garfield Blues
11. The Alpha Band: Interviews
12. Loudon Wainwright III: Be Careful, There's a Baby in the House
13. Big Star: Back of a Car
14. Crazy Horse: Downtown
15. Tony Joe White: Saturday Night in Oak Grove, Louisiana
16. Boz Scaggs: Runnin' Blue
17. Little Feat: Trouble
18. Amazing Rhythm Aces: Third Rate Romance
19. Danny O'Keefe: Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues
20. Warren Zevon: Desperados Under the Eaves
21. Michael Nesmith and the First National Band: Beyond the Blue Horizon
22. Freddie King: Going Down
23. Johnny Winter and: Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo
24. ZZ Top: Jesus Just Left Chicago
25. J. Geils Band: Whammer Jammer
26. Montrose: Rock Candy
27. George Thorogood and the Destroyers: Madison Blues
28. Eddie and the Hot Rods: Get Out of Denver
29. Canned Heat: Sugar Bee
30. Status Quo: In My Chair
31. Flamin' Groovies: Shake Some Action
32. Moon Martin: Cadillac Walk
33. Don Nix: Going Back to Iuka
34. Tim Buckley: Move with Me
35. Jerry Williams: I've Got Dreams to Remember
36. Atlanta Rhythm Section: Dog Days
37. Paul Butterfield's Better Days: It All Comes Back
38. Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance: Bye and Bye (Gonna See the King)
39. Family: My Friend the Sun
40. Murray Head: Say It Ain't So Joe
41. Be Bop Deluxe: Maid in Heaven
42. The Motors: Dancing the Night Away
43. The Records: Starry Eyes
44. Patto: Singing the Blues on Reds
45. Sharks: World Park Junkies
46. The Jess Roden Band: You Can Leave Your Hat on
47. Terry Reid: Dean
48. Robert Palmer: How Much Fun
49. Mott the Hoople: I Wish I Was Your Mother
50. Fairport Convention: Polly on the Shore
51. Dave Edmunds: Promised Land
52. Chilli Willi and the Red Hot Peppers: Choo Choo CH' Boogie
53. Brinsley Schwarz: Surrender to the Rhythm
54. Roy Harper: When An Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease
55. Sandy Denny: Solo
56. Marianne Faithfull: The Ballad of Lucy Jordan
57. Linda Ronstadt: Love Is a Rose
58. Carly Simon: Anticipation
59. Joan Armatrading: Down to Zero
60. Kate and Anna McGarrigle: Heart Like a Wheel
61. Maria Muldaur: Gringo en Mexico
62. Wendy Waldman: Mad Mad Me
63. Valerie Simpson: Love Woke Me Up This Morning
64. Ellen Foley: Night Out
65. Phoebe Snow: Two Fisted Love
66. Linda Lewis: Gladly Give You My Hand
67. Valerie Carter: Face of Appalachia
68. The Roches: Hammond Song
69. Bridget St John: Early Morning Song
70. Judee Sill: The Kiss
71. Richard and Linda Thompson: Dimming of the Day - Dargai

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David Hepworth has been writing, broadcasting and speaking about music since the 70s. He was involved in the launch and editing of Smash Hits, Q, Mojo and The Word. He was one of the presenters of BBC TV's The Old Grey Whistle Test, and one of the anchors of the BBC's coverage of Live Aid in July 1985. He has written six books about music in the last five years: 1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year, Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Star, Nothing is Real: The Beatles Were Underrated And Other Sweeping Statements About Pop, A Fabulous Creation: How the LP Saved Our Lives, Rock & Roll A Level: The only quiz book you need and Overpaid, Oversexed and Over There: How a Few Skinny Brits with Bad Teeth Rocked America. David writes a weekly column on podcasts for Radio Times and throughout the past two years, with Mark Ellen, David has co-hosted well over a hundred Word In Your Attic interviews on YouTube, with appearances from a galaxy of musicians, journalists, broadcasters and authors.
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