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Doris Troy [Original recording remastered, Extra tracks]

Doris Troy Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (25 Oct 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Apple / EMI
  • ASIN: B003XSSRC4
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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2010 digital remaster of the classic Doris Troy album.

Doris Troy came into Apple Records via Billy Preston and like Billy and Jackie Lomax, she had a keen supporter in George Harrison. George produced and co-wrote with her, Doris's debut Apple single "Ain't That Cute" first released in February, 1970. A second single "Jacob's Ladder" this time produced by Doris followed in August that year before her album was released in the following month. She had some friends around her including George, Ringo, Klaus Voormann, Jackie Lomax and Stephen Stills and this album is still an absolute gem.

In addition to all of the bonus tracks from previous CDs this 2010 edition includes an additional extra track - a different take of "All That I've Got (I Am Gonna Give It To You)".

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
By Mark Barry HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
Monday 25 October 2010 has seen 14 of the 'Apple' label albums remastered and reissued in the UK alongside "Come And Get It" - a first-time-ever label 'Best Of'. This reissue is one of them.

Apple 5099990824326 breaks down as follows (65:07 minutes):
Tracks 1 to 13 are the LP "Doris Troy" released 4 September 1970 in the UK on Apple SAPCOR 13 (Stereo only) and on Apple ST-3371 in the USA. It was her only solo album for The Beatles label, but she also sang and co-wrote many songs on Billy Preston's two Apple albums - "That's The Way God Planned It" (1969) and "Encouraging Words" (1970) - see separate reviews.

Tracks 14 to 18 are the 5 bonus tracks on the 1992 reissue:
"All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It To You)" (14) is co-written with Billy Preston. The song was his 3rd single on Apple in January 1970 (APPLE 21) - this is a different funkier take.
"Get Back" (15) is a soulful cover of The Beatles classic. It turned up as the non-album B-side to Doris Troy's 2nd single "Jacob's Ladder" issued 28 August 1970 on APPLE 28 in the UK.
"Dearest Darling" and "What You Will Blues" (16 and 17) are Doris Troy originals - outtakes from the sessions first issued as bonuses on the 1992 reissue. "What You Will Blues" is essentially an instrumental version of "Give Me Back My Dynamite" with some extra wordless ad-lib vocals.
"Vaya Con Dias" (18) is a mid-Fifties song first covered by Les Paul and Mary Ford, then Chuck Berry in the Sixties and others. It translates into "Go With God" and was the non-album B-side to her 1st single "Ain't That Cute" issued 13 February 1970 on APPLE 24 (co-produced be George Harrison).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars yes it is cute 24 Nov 2010
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I bought this on LP in the 70s mainly on strength of the Apple brand and association with George Harrison, (also her minor hits in the mid 60s, which were covered by British groups). Turned out to be a little cracker with great songs, impassioned vocals and much fun for the listener playing spot the famous musician on backing as there were no sleeve notes, just song writer credits as clues. But there really is no difficulty spotting Ringo's distinctive drumming and George's guitar, and best of all some superb Eric Clapton. That's him with signature late 60s-early 70s sound and on great form all over Give Me Back My Dynamite and the run through bonus track version even if the sleeve notes say it's George. The single and lead track Ain't That Cute should have been a hit - great lyrics even if they were made up in the studio at the time! and if you like this you should try the Jackie Lomax Apple album too - same band, equally powerful stuff.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I SAW DORIS SING THIS LIVE 10 May 2013
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IN THE EARLY 70S DORIS TROY DID A TOUR OF UK .I SAW HER AT MARGATE TOP SPOT .NO MADE FAMOUS IN TRACY EMINS FILM/BOOK.DORIS AND THE BAND DID MANY TRACKS FRM THIS ALBUM.HOWEVER THERE WERE MORE PEOPLE ON THE STAGE THAN IN THE AUDIENCE. I HAD A RING SIDE VIEW AND I REMEMBER DORIS LOOKING U UPSET AT THE LACK OF APPLAUSE.NEVERTHELESS THE MEMORY OF THIS GIG HAS STAYED WITH ME .DORIS HAD A GREAT VOICE THIS APPLE ALBUM IS GREAT
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  6 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars TROY IS IN FINE VOICE WITH HARRISON, CLAPTON, STILLS, ET AL 30 Oct 2010
By Stuart Jefferson - Published on Amazon.com
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65 minutes in length approximately. The remastered sound is clean, warm and spacious sounding. The booklet contains a short overview of Troy and the album, including quotes from George Harrison regarding the recording of this album. there are several color and b&w photos included. This edition contains a total of 6 bonus tracks (5 which have been released previously)-including a new unreleased track, "All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It To You"), which hasn't appeared previously. This is perhaps closer to a 3 1/2 star rating.

This is the one and only album Troy recorded, in 1970, for THE BEATLES Apple Records company. Known for her lone hit "Just One Look" from the 60's, Troy was more popular in England, where she moved in the 60's. This album (thanks to George Harrison), is full of tough soul/r&b (try "Give Me Back My Dynamite" or "You Tore Me Up Inside"), and includes an assortment of well known musicians. With players like Harrison, Billy Preston (who recorded for Apple), Stephen Stills, Klaus Voorman, Peter Frampton, Eric Clapton Leon Russell, Jackie Lomax (who also recorded for Apple), and Delaney and Bonnie,this album is a treasure chest of great musicians. The songs, some written by Troy, with the help of Harrison, Stills, Lomax and Preston, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, among others is somewhat variable. The slower tempo songs ("So Far", "Exactly Like You" for example) are where Troy's voice really shines-on the up tempo songs Troy sounds a bit overwhelmed at times by all the heavy talent present.

But don't let that deter you from hearing some fine soul music, music that's a good example of an era when well known musicians would drop in and play on each others records. The chance to hear all this talent together on one album is to good to pass up. Troy is in fine voice, and the arrangements, which are, at times, a bit heavy handed, move these songs along nicely. And with the chance of hearing Clapton or Harrison or Preston solo in this context is a real treat. This album deserves to be re-released-not only for Troy's great voice, but for all the talent surrounding her.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "...Every Time I See You...You Keep On Coming On Strong..." 2 Nov 2010
By Mark Barry - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Monday 25 October 2010 has seen 14 of the 'Apple' label albums remastered and reissued in the UK alongside "Come And Get It" - a first-time-ever label 'Best Of'. This reissue is one of them.

Apple 5099990824326 breaks down as follows (65:07 minutes):
Tracks 1 to 13 are the LP "Doris Troy" released 4 September 1970 in the UK on Apple SAPCOR 13 (Stereo only) and on Apple ST-3371 in the USA. It was her only solo album for The Beatles label, but she also sang and co-wrote many songs on Billy Preston's two Apple albums - "That's The Way God Planned It" (1969) and "Encouraging Words" (1970) - see separate reviews.

Tracks 14 to 18 are the 5 bonus tracks on the 1992 reissue:
"All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It To You)" (14) is co-written with Billy Preston. The song was his 3rd single on Apple in January 1970 (APPLE 21) - this is a different funkier take.
"Get Back" (15) is a soulful cover of The Beatles classic. It turned up as the non-album B-side to Doris Troy's 2nd single "Jacob's Ladder" issued 28 August 1970 on APPLE 28 in the UK.
"Dearest Darling" and "What You Will Blues" (16 and 17) are Doris Troy originals - outtakes from the sessions first issued as bonuses on the 1992 reissue. "What You Will Blues" is essentially an instrumental version of "Give Me Back My Dynamite" with some extra wordless ad-lib vocals.
"Vaya Con Dias" (18) is a mid-Fifties song first covered by Les Paul and Mary Ford, then Chuck Berry in the Sixties and others. It translates into "Go With God" and was the non-album B-side to her 1st single "Ain't That Cute" issued 13 February 1970 on APPLE 24 (co-produced be George Harrison).

Track 19 is a new bonus for this 2010 issue - a previously unreleased `Alternate Version' of "All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It To You)".

BOOKLET/PACKAGING:
Noted writer and music lover ANDY DAVIS does the new liner notes for the disappointingly weedy booklet (they all appear to be this generic length - 12 pages - EMI pushes the boat out again people). But with what little text he has been afforded, Davis does at least fill it with properly informative details - and it's peppered with some very tasty black and white photos of Doris, Stephen Stills and George all in the studio - with colour portraits of Doris solo and live with Billy Preston at the piano. It's cute, but you do wish there was more...

CONTENT:
Two are co-written with GEORGE HARRISON - "Ain't That Cute" and "Give Me Back My Dynamite" while "Gonna Get My Baby Back" and "You Give Me Joy Joy" are shared songwriting-credits with Harrison and two other famous fans of Doris - RINGO STARR and STEPHEN STILLS. Cover versions include "Special Care" (a Stephen Stills song from his Buffalo Springfield days), "Games People Play" (Joe South), "Exactly Like You" (a 1930's Jazz Standard written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields and brought to fame by The Ames Brothers) and "Jacob's Ladder" (a Traditional air arranged by George Harrison & Doris). "You Tore Me Up Inside" and "Don't Call Me No More" are co-written with New York blues guitarist RAY SCHINNERY and "I've Got To Be Strong" is with fellow label mate JACKIE LOMAX. The last two collaborations are "Hurry" with GREGORY CARROLL and "So Far" with bassist KLAUS VOORMAN (appeared on "Revolver"). Doris produced the whole album except "Ain't That Cute" which was done by George.

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Like so many of the sessions of the time, the recordings included some of The Beatles and many famous and talented friends - George played Guitar, Ringo on Drums, Klaus Voormann did the Bass with Stephen Stills, PETER FRAMPTON, ERIC CLAPTON and DELANEY BRAMLETT all on Guitar. BILLY PRESTON added keyboards - and although it doesn't say it - MADELINE BELL is probably on backing vocals too.

Unlike some of the other Apple issues, there are no extra tracks via download. But the really big news is the SOUND...

SOUND:
The same team that handled the much-praised 09/09/09 Beatles remasters have done this - GUY MASSEY, STEVE ROOKES, PHIL HICKS and SIMON GIBSON. The audio quality is BEAUTIFUL - a massive improvement. It also makes you reassess a lot of the songs and especially the musicianship involved.

The drums on "Give Me Back My Dynamite" (lyrics above) and the combined guitar licks on "You Tore Me Up Inside" (so Staple Singers on Stax) are nice and clear. The guitar and brass on "I've Got To Be Strong" are suddenly huge - great whack, but the strings on the orchestral "So Far" still seem too distant. Still, it's a lovely song and it features "you hurt me so" impassioned vocals. It's probably the nicest song on here and easy to see Doris wanted to work with Voormann more - a killer combination of his melodic rock with her Diva Soul. It all ends in the 'praise the Lord' bombast of "Jacob's Ladder" complete with spoken studio dialogue after the song finishes...

Issued 4 September 1970 - a week before Billy Preston's equally brilliant "Encouraging Words" on the 11th - both albums can be mentioned in the same breath because they were very confident soulful affairs - and must have made fans think that these white English guys at Apple were catalysts supreme. Two crackers in the same month...

But you could say that the best is kept until last - the new 'Alternate Version' of "All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It To You)" is a gem. The version on Track 14 is a Piano led take (which is pretty), but this is a Funkier Guitar take and is a lot better for it. Like the previously unreleased from-the-vaults tunes on both Billy Preston CD reissues - this is that genuine rarity - a must-have bonus track.

Niggles - the gatefold card sleeve is nice to look at for sure, but the booklet and overall packaging feel lightweight (what EMI could get away with). The CD should have one of those gauze inner bags to protect it - a problem that no record company seems to want to acknowledge (scuffing and damage). They're minor points I know, but worth making...

To sum up - like the two Preston albums she was involved with in 1969 and 1970, I've loved rehearing this forgotten peach of an LP in this hugely improved sound quality - Seventies Soul lovers 'need' to discover this great record.

A brilliant reissue and recommended big time.

PS: see also my reviews for other releases in this October 2010 series:
"That's The Way God Planned It" (1969) and "Encouraging Words" (1970) by Billy Preston, "James Taylor" (1968), "Is This What You Want?" (1969) by Jackie Lomax, "Magic Christian Music" (1969), "No Dice" (1970), "Straight Up" (1972) and "Ass" (1973) by Badfinger
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 1970 music treat 8 May 2011
By Tsdrummer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I always knew George and Ringo played on the album (CD). I did not know of all the others that contributed. It's a really good disc. Doris Troy's voice is really cool. I would recommend it to anyone, especially if you like gospel/rock/blues. Any doubters of Ringo's ability should change their minds after hearing this.
5.0 out of 5 stars Cooooooooolllllllllllll 19 Feb 2013
By JUDAS TREES - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
What a great amount of musicians.I'm amazed at all of the talent that went into the making of the late 60's early 70', music.What a great listen..... support your favorite artists.
5.0 out of 5 stars Doris Troy Is Wonderful ! 22 Jan 2013
By K. Nolting - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
1970 album by Doris Troy on CD. Plus bonus cuts.Her one big hit was Just One Look but she was more than that.
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