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  • Best Of Best Of Quick View

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    Best Of


    180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl

    Includes Their Hit Singles You'll Never Walk Alone, Ferry Cross The Mersey And I Like It

    The UK's early 60's music scene was dominated by the so-called Merseybeat music. One of the most successful bands in this specific genre was the band who became known as Gerry and the Pacemakers. During the years they released a dozen of song classics that still can count on worldwide recognition. What to think about the ever standing You'll Never Walk Alone, which can be heard in soccer stadiums around the world. Another one is their first single How Do You Do It?, which The Beatles recorded but eventually didn't release. The Best Of album brings all those massive hits together. Just think about their beautiful Ferry Cross the Mersey and I Like It, but the full history of the band get's the attention which they deserve. Besides the Merseybeat they also shows their harder side in a song like Jambalaya. The tracks including * are mono records.

    Gerry and the Pacemakers were one of the nearest competitors during the early years of The Beatles. It's their entertaining and catchy tunes supported by rhythm guitars and vocals in which they showed their true identity. Frontman Gerry Marsden wrote much of the band's material and he worked together with George Martin to create some of their well-known songs.

    1. I Like It *
    2. You're The Reason
    3. I'm The One *
    4. It's Gonna Be All Right
    5. Away From You *
    6. How Do You Do It?
    7. Walk Hand In Hand
    8. I'll Be There
    9. A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
    10. Ferry Cross The Mersey *
    11. You'll Never Walk Alone
    12. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying *
    13. Where Have You Been All My Life
    14. Think About Love
    15. Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
    16. Chills
    17. Why Oh Why
    18. My Babe * (Live Version)
    Gerry And The Pacemakers
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • By The Time I Get To Phoenix By The Time I Get To Phoenix Quick View

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    By The Time I Get To Phoenix

    Glen Campbell's commercial breakthrough came by way of the title track, which was the direct precursor in production terms to Wichita Lineman, and by the same writer. The cover of Paul Simon's Homeward Bound is sincere if a little perfunctory, but Campbell's rendition of Ernest Tubb's Tomorrow Never Comes is a bravura performance, rich and soulful, as well as recalling Rodgers & Hammerstein's You'll Never Walk Alone as done by Gerry & the Pacemakers. Cold December in Your Heart harks back to Campbell's country-folk material, a piece of midtempo country-pop. Material like that and the similar Back in the Race, Dorsey Burnette's Hey Little One, Jerry Reed's You're Young and You'll Forget, and Bill Anderson's Bad Seed hold up better than more pop-focused numbers like My Baby's Gone, though the string backings on most of these very much date them. The final number here, the touching Love Is a Lonesome River, makes a brilliant coda.

    1. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
    2. Homeward Bound
    3. Tomorrow Never Comes
    4. Cold December (In Your Heart)
    5. My Baby's Gone
    6. Back In The Race
    7. Hey Little One
    8. Bad Seed
    9. I'll Be Lucky Someday
    10. You're Young And You'll Forget
    11. Love Is A Lonesome River
    Glen Campbell
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    English Heart

    "English Heart", Ronnie's lovingly crafted and highly personal love letter to Britain in the 60s (where she and The Ronettes were one of the earliest American pop/rock artists to tour to major acclaim ) will be released worldwide via the Savoy Label Group and sports a collection of her hand-picked favorites by The Beatles, Gerry & the Pacemakers and the first single to radio - Keith Richards' penned treasure, "I'd Much Rather Be with the Girls" featuring The Ronettes.
    1. Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby)
    2. Because
    3. I'd Much Rather Be With The Girls
    4. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
    5. Tired Of Waiting
    6. Tell Her No
    7. I'll Follow The Sun
    8. You've Got Your Troubles
    9. Girl Don't Come
    10. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
    11. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
    Ronnie Spector
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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