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Product details

  • Audio CD (2 Nov. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: UMTV
  • ASIN: B002S2EFFE
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,953 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Do You Wanna Dance - Cliff Richard, The Shadows
  2. Diana - Paul Anka
  3. Calender Girl - Neil Sedaka
  4. Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran
  5. Sea Of Love - Marty Wilde
  6. Stupid Cupid - Connie Francis
  7. Things - Bobby Darin
  8. It's Over - Roy Orbison
  9. Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly
  10. Do You Love Me? - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
  11. Dancin Party - Chubby Checker
  12. You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry
  13. Running Bear - Johnny Preston
  14. The Folk Singer - Tommy Roe
  15. Hey Paula - Paul & Paula
  16. My Boyfriend's Back - Angels
  17. The Single Girl - Sandy Posey
  18. Forget Me Not - Eden Kane
  19. I'll Never Get Over You - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
  20. Wanderin' Eyes - Charlie Gracie
  21. Midnight In Moscow - Kenny Ball
  22. Kiss Me Honey, Honey Kiss Me - Shirley Bassey
  23. I'm Sorry - Brenda Lee
  24. Here Comes Summer - Jerry Keller
  25. Speedy Gonzales - Pat Boone
  26. Save The Last Dance For Me - The Drifters

Disc: 2

  1. His Latest Flame (Marie's The Name) - Elvis Presley
  2. It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King
  3. Cupid - Sam Cooke
  4. Oh Boy! - The Crickets
  5. Someone Else's Baby - Adam Faith
  6. Dance On - The Shadows
  7. Tell Him - Billie Davis
  8. It Only Took A Minute - Joe Brown, The Bruvvers
  9. Applejack - Jet Harris, Tony Meehan
  10. Dreamboat - Alma Cogan
  11. Don't Treat Me Like A Child - Helen Shapiro
  12. Time - Craig Douglas
  13. 24 Hours From Tulsa - Gene Pitney
  14. Tower Of Strength - Frankie Vaughan
  15. Cumberland Gap - Lonnie Donegan
  16. Why - Anthony Newley
  17. Wimoweh (Mbube) - Karl Denver
  18. Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat - The Avons
  19. Palisades Park - Freddy Cannon
  20. Jealousy - Billy Fury
  21. Let's Jump The Broomstick - Brenda Lee
  22. Portrait Of My Love - Matt Monro
  23. Mystery Girl - Jess Conrad
  24. Butterfingers - Tommy Steele and the Steelmen
  25. Can't You Hear My Heartbeat - Goldie & The Gingerbreads
  26. Da Doo Ron Ron - The Crystals
  27. Dream Baby Dream - Daisy Wood-Davis
  28. You Won't Catch Me Crying - Scott Bruton
  29. Dreamboats and Petticoats - Scott Bruton, Daisy Wood-Davis

Product Description

The third volume in the hugely succesful series (now also a stage show in London's West End), Dreamboats And Petticoats Three is a natural successor to the first two compilations, with another selection of late '50s/early '60s classics. The double CD set contains hits by the likes of Cliff Richard, Anthony Newley, Tommy Steele, Eddie Cochrane, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Neil Sedaka, Perry Como and many more.

Customer Reviews

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Volume 3 in the series and has to be the best yet Ihave got the first two albums
And this is by far in my opinion a first class cd Some really hard to get tunesAnd everyone is original so if you like your oldies This album is a must enjoy
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I have Dreamboats and petticoats 1 and 2 also D&P Foottappers(instrumentals). They ALL deserve 5 stars. I wouldn't say this is the best but there's some great tracks from the 50s but mainly, on this one the 60s. Every one is so clear and makes for GREAT listening. One or two track's I've never heard before but no real "fillers". At the end of disc 2 you have 3 new songs that sound like there from the Stage Show. BUY IT, Better still buy ALL of them.
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I bought this CD because I started buying records around 1960 and remembered lots of these songs. This CD is brilliant for anyone who enjoys the nostalgia of pre-Beatles pop of the late 50's and early 1960's. I like every track on this CD. In fact I would say that I really like all but a handful of these songs. The sound is fantastic as I guess most tracks have been digitally remastered. Many of the songs can be found on other compilations of course. But there are enough gems on this collection to warrant buying it. For instance, I hadn't heard Palisades Park for years. It's a great number and one of the more rare additions to this great collection. My advice is that if you are thinking of buying this, hesitate no longer. It represents money well spent and you'll love it.
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If you love 60's music and are a fan of Dreamboats and Petticoats I and II then you will love this. It is not just scraping together a few more 60 songs to push out another CD. It is easily as good as the earlier collections. A great collection of 60's songs and music, highly recommended.
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This double cd is well worth the money as it contains 55 tracks altogether. It follows the same format as the previous two releases, and it does not disappoint. Obviously some artists are featured again with different hits, but that is not an adverse criticism. Despite my age, I can remember nearly all of those hits from the early years, in particular Jerry Keller's "Here Comes Summer", and Neil Sedaka's "Calendar Girl". The arrangement of the tracks has been well thought out, with a good mixture of instrumentals, groups,and male and female vocalists.Perhaps the next compilation will include Lonnie Donegan's wonderful "My Old Man's A Dustman", and something by The Ventures. Even another offering by Bernard Cribbins -was it called "Hole In The Ground"?- would add to the eclectic nature of the selections. Altogether a thoroughly enjoyable trip back to the hits down memory lane. I shall look forward to the next selection.
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here we go again ! yes...the collection from 'dreamboats and petticoats' continues.
the collection has again brought back many often seen tracks along with some that
are not seen too often, which for me at least, is the attraction the series puts
before us.
i suspect like myself many of you will have bought many if not most on vinyl way
back when, and in an effort to cover your collection onto 'CD' will have many of these
tracks over and over again.
however, this series has for the third time come up with several tracks not seen too
often like....'connie francis's'--'stupid cupid'...'johnny preston's' --'running bear'
....'tommy roe's'--'folk singer'...'kenny ball's (trad jazz)--'midnight in moskow'...
'brenda lee's'--'i'm sorry'...'joe brown's'--'it only took a minute'...'frankie vaughan's'
--'tower of strength'...'freddie cannon's'--'pallisades park'...'the crystals'--'da do ron ron'
even tracks from mainly 50's icons 'tommy steele' and 'lonnie donegan'
( again, if my memory serves me right,there are again one or two b-sides...however,very often
back then, often as good as the a-sides we'd bought them for)
to bring the above with the allmost rarities on an easy-flow 2'CD' collection there are tracks
from the usual suspects on board like 'elvis'...'cliff'...'roy orbison'...'neil sadaka'...
'the drifters'...and 'billy fury' along,of course with many,many more.....just how good
would these 'yester-year' collections be if they included stars like 'the beatles' and the
'stones' along with a few more, that would truly reflect the memories that many of us have of
those times.
overall for me, buying these albums of precious reflections of a by-gone age is indeed priceless.
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Dreamboats and Petticoats 3 is, unsurprisingly, third in a series recalling popular music of the 1950's and 1960's. I note that there is some repitition of songs in both #2 and #3, but very few and it is probably forgivable.
Though if a #4 is on the horizon the publishers might do well to check carefully as there has to be a finite limit on what songs are recalled by the baby boomers.
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This, and the whole series brought back memories. True,the re-recordered versions were irritating, but that was purely because I remember the orginals. However, many artists re-recorded a variation of their orignial. Neil Sedaka is one of the (worse) most prolific in doing this.

In spite of this, well worth buying. The show could be a good destination as well.
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