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2022 collection. Featuring 22 of the finest current indie pop/rock acts offering their interpretations of the sounds of 1970. The album, produced by music journalist/ author/drummer John M. Borack, will thrill and surprise fans of both yesteryear's classics and the thriving 21st century guitar pop scene with it's bounty of fresh takes on radio hits from this halcyon era over fifty years ago. From Neil Diamond to the Kinks and from Melanie to Donovan, there is a potpourri of pop music present and accounted for on We All Shine On: Celebrating The Music Of 1970. The watershed year 1970 was truly a special one in music: The Beatles released their final album, broke up, and saw each of their members find solo success. Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath stoked the early fires of both heavy metal and AOR. Artists such as James Taylor and Cat Stevens brought singer/songwriter vibes to the charts. The Stooges and Velvet Underground shone as early precursors of punk rock, in music and attitude. Glorious one-shots by the likes of Edison Lighthouse and R. Dean Taylor littered the top 40. There was most assuredly plenty of memorable music released throughout the year.