Olivia Newton John

Olivia Newton-John - If You Love Me, Let Me Know (1974) [1987, Reissue] {Japan for USA}

Olivia Newton-John - If You Love Me, Let Me Know (1974) [1987, Reissue] {Japan for USA}
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 31:44 Min | 249,06 Mb
Label: MCA Records (USA) | Cat.# MCAD-31018 | Released: 1987 (1974-05-28)

"If You Love Me, Let Me Know" is a United States and Canada-only album by singer Olivia Newton-John, released in May 1974. Other than the title track, all the material was from her previous albums, "Olivia" (1972), "Music Makes My Day" (1973) and "Long Live Love" (1974). It is the first of her albums to top the Billboard 200 pop albums chart. Two hit singles were issued from the LP in the US: the title song and "I Honestly Love You", the latter of which became Newton-John's first number-one US single, and her signature song as well.
Olivia Newton-John - Making A Good Thing Better (1977) [1998, Digitally Remastered]

Olivia Newton-John - Making A Good Thing Better (1977) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 42:27 | 538,19 Mb
Label: Warner Music Australia (AU) | Cat.# D36277 (D21040) | Released: 1998-10-05 (1977)

"Making a Good Thing Better" is an album by Olivia Newton-John, released in 1977. The album peaked at #34 on the US Pop chart and #13 on the Country chart. It was Newton-John's first album not to reach the Country Top 10. The album also ended Olivia's streak of six consecutive Gold albums from 1974's "Let Me Be There" through 1976's "Don't Stop Believin'". In the Netherlands, it became her fourth chart-topping album. The soul-sounding title track was the album single (with "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" and "Sad Songs") only reached #87 on the Pop chart and #20 on the Adult Contemporary chart. It was Newton-John's first single not to reach the AC Top 10 since 1972's "What Is Life".
Olivia Newton-John - Don't Stop Believin' (1976) [1998, Digitally Remastered]

Olivia Newton-John - Don't Stop Believin' (1976) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 34:24 Min | 396,63 Mb
Label: Warner Music Australia (AU) | Cat.# D36023 (D21039) | Released: 1998-11-24 (1976-10-30)

"Don't Stop Believin' is an album by Olivia Newton-John, released in 1976 and her first to be recorded in Nashville. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA and peaked at #33 on the US Pop chart and #7 on the US Country chart, and became her third chart-topping album in the Netherlands. The first single was the title track which peaked at #33 on the Hot 100 and #1 Adult Contemporary. "Every Face Tells a Story" ended Olivia's streak of seven consecutive #1 AC hits from 1974's "I Honestly Love You" through 1976's "Don't Stop Believin'". "Every Face…" also ended her streak of nine Top 40 hits in a row with its #55 peak. 1977's "Sam" was Olivia's highest-charting hit on the Hot 100 since the #13 peak of "Something Better to Do" in 1975, and was also her seventh Dutch chart-topping single. "Don't Stop Believin'", "Compasionate Man" and "Sam" were all released as singles to promote the album in Japan.
Olivia Newton-John - Olivia (1972) [1998, Digitally Remastered] *Re-Up*

Olivia Newton-John - Olivia (1972) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 40:45 Min | 404,97 Mb
Label: Warner Music Australia (AU) | Cat.# D34658 (D21034) | Released: 1998-10-03 (1972)

"Olivia" is the second album by the singer Olivia Newton-John. Two of its songs were released as singles ("What Is Life" and "My Old Man's Got a Gun"). In its initial release, it was not issued in the United States, though it was sold there as an import. Not released in the United States, "Olivia" contains 14 tracks, including covers of Bread's "Everything I Own", George Harrison's "What Is Life" (US #34 Adult Contemporary, Billboard) and "Behind That Locked Door", and Merrilee Rush's "Angel of the Morning".
Olivia Newton-John - The Best Of 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection (2003) [Japan]

Olivia Newton-John - The Best Of 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection (2003) [Japan]
Pop, Traditional Pop, Vocal, Christmas | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 43:13 | 627,60 Mb
Label: Hip-O Records/USM Japan (Japan) | Cat.# UICY-1555 | Released: 2003-11-21 (2003-09-23)

Olivia Newton-John's "The Christmas Collection" finds the singer in fine voice as she interprets some of the season's classic songs, as well as some original material, in a slightly countrified setting. Together with the London Symphony Orchestra, Kenny Loggins, Clint Black, and Vince Gill, Newton-John delivers gently festive versions of "The First Noel," "Silver Bells," "White Christmas," and "Silent Night," among others. While the original song, "Christmas Never Felt Like This Before," is nothing special, Christmas Collection is still a pleasant-enough holiday album, particularly for Newton-John fans.
Olivia Newton-John - Come On Over (1976) [1998, Digitally Remastered]

Olivia Newton-John - Come On Over (1976) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 41:47 Min | 399,89 Mb
Label: EMI/Festival Records Pty Ltd. (AU) | Cat.# D35847 (D21038) | Released: 1998-10-13 (1976-02-29)

"Come On Over" is the 8th studio album by Olivia Newton-John, released on 29 February 1976. It peaked at #2 on the US Country albums chart, and #13 on the Billboard 200. The album's first track, a cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene", was only released as a single in Japan, and it became a hit there, peaking at #11 on the Oricon Singles Chart. The album itself was also a success in the Japanese market, reaching the #2 position on the Oricon Albums Chart. In the US, the only single released from the album was the title song, written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb and originally featured on the Bee Gees' 1975 album "Main Course". It was a moderate pop hit, peaking at #23 on the US Billboard Hot 100, but did much better on the Country (#5) and Adult Contemporary (7th of 10 #1 singles) charts. In New Zealand, the title track reached #3. The album was certified Gold.

Olivia Newton-John - Clearly Love (1975) [1998, Digitally Remastered]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Sept. 26, 2018
Olivia Newton-John - Clearly Love (1975) [1998, Digitally Remastered]

Olivia Newton-John - Clearly Love (1975) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 31:18 Min | 498,49 Mb
Label: Warner Music Australia (AU) | Cat.# D35704 (D21037) | Released: 1998-11-24 (1975-09-30)

Happy 70th Birthday, dear Olivia!

"Clearly Love" is an album by Olivia Newton-John, released on 30 September 1975. The album's peak of #12 in the US was also something of a disappointment, considering that Newton-John's previous two albums, "If You Love Me, Let Me Know" and "Have You Never Been Mellow", had both reached #1. Nevertheless, the album did earn a Gold certification, and both of the album's singles were Top 20 country chart hits, with "Something Better to Do" reaching #19 and "Let It Shine" (written by Nashville songwriter Linda Hargrove) reaching #5. In the United Kingdom it was a different story, as neither the album nor its singles charted at all there. The market in which the album was most successful in terms of chart position was the Netherlands, where it went to #1. "Clearly Love" also did well in Japan, reaching #3 on the Oricon Albums Chart, the LP sold 110,450 there.

Olivia Newton-John - Love Songs (1988) *Re-Up* *New Rip*  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Oct. 27, 2018
Olivia Newton-John - Love Songs (1988) *Re-Up* *New Rip*

Olivia Newton-John - Love Songs (1988)
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 55:31 Min | 396,07 Mb
Label: Music For Pleasure/EMI (UK) | Cat.# MFP-6042 (CDB 7 90722 2) | Released: 1988

"Love Songs" released in 1988 by UK Music For Pleasure is a 17-track compilation, includes Olivia's most romantic songs of the 70's as like as "Please Mr Please", "I Honestly Love You", "Angel Of The Morning" and "God Only Knows".
Olivia Newton-John - Have You Never Been Mellow (1975) [1998, Digitally Remastered] *Re-Up* *New Rip*

Olivia Newton-John - Have You Never Been Mellow (1975) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 39:55 Min | 406,13 Mb
Label: Warner Music Australia (AU) | Cat.# D35465 (D21046) | Released: 1998-10-05 (1975-02-12)

"Have You Never Been Mellow" is the sixth studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Olivia Newton-John, released on 12 February 1975 by MCA Records. Both the title single and the album rose to the top of their respective US charts (the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and the Billboard 200 albums chart). The title song and its follow-up, "Please Mr. Please", were both top 10 on three Billboard charts: the Hot 100, Adult Contemporary, and Country, and were both also #1 singles in the Netherlands. Outside the United States, the album was released with the single "If You Love Me, Let Me Know", as the single was only released in the United States on the album of the same name.
Olivia Newton-John - Totally Hot (1978) [1998, Digitally Remastered]

Olivia Newton-John - Totally Hot (1978) [1998, Digitally Remastered]
Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Country | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 39:58 | 387,74 Mb
Label: Festival Records Pty. Ltd. (Australia) | Cat.# D36771 (D21041) | Released: 1998-02-24 (1978)

"Totally Hot" is Olivia Newton-John's 9th US and 10th international studio album. Released in November 1978, it became her first solo Top 10 (# 7) album since 1975's "Have You Never Been Mellow". Dressed on the album cover all in leather, Newton-John's transformation in Grease from goody-goody "Sandy 1" to spandex-clad "Sandy 2" emboldened her to do the same with her music. The album's singles "A Little More Love" (# 3 Pop, # 94 Country, # 4 AC), "Deeper Than The Night" (# 11 Pop, # 87 Country, # 4 AC), and the title track (# 52 Pop) all demonstrated a more aggressive and uptempo sound for Newton-John.