100 Years Of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1970s arranged for piano, voice and guitar, providing a fascinating insight into the music of the era. A listing of new inventions first seen during the 1970s is also included.
(Is This The Way To) Amarillo; All Kinds Of Everything; And I Love You So; Beautiful Sunday; Can You Read My Mind; Chanson D'amour; Daughter Of Darkness; Day By Day; Day Trip To Bangor (Didn't We Have A Lovely Time); Diamonds Are Forever; Do You Know Where You're Going To?; Don't Cry Out Loud; Don't Give Up On Us; Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue; Don't Stay Away Too Long; Everything Is Beautiful; Feelings; From Both Sides Now; Harry; He Was Beautiful (Cavatina); Help Me Make It Through The Night; Hi Ho Silver Lining; How Deep Is Your Love; I Don't Want To Put A Hold On You; I'll Go Where Your Music Takes Me; I'm Not In Love; Isn't She Lovely; It's A Heartache; Jambalaya (On The Bayou); Jolene; Leaving On A Jet Plane; Lost In France; Love Is Like A Butterfly; Mandy; Matchstalk Men And Matchstalk Cats And Dogs; More Than A Woman; Music; New York, New York; Nobody Does It Better; Paloma Blanca; Rhinestone Cowboy; Rockin' All Over The World; Save Your Kisses For Me; Send In The Clowns; Sing; Snowbird; Solitaire; Stand By Your Man; Streets Of London; Take Good Care Of My Baby; The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face; The Last Farewell; The Life And Times Of David Lloyd George; The Old Fashioned Way; Three Times A Lady; The Way We Were; Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree; Tomorrow; Touch Me In The Morning; What Have They Done To My Song, Ma; When A Child Is Born; When I Need You; When You Smile; Where Is The Love; Woman In Love; Wuthering Heights; You Are The Sunshine Of My Life; You Don't Bring Me Flowers; You Light Up My Life; You Needed Me; You're A Lady; You've Got A Friend.