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Pye Anthology

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  • Audio CD (28 Feb. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sequel
  • ASIN: B00004GM6F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,677 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. As Long As You're Happy
  2. Ya-Ya-Da-Da
  3. Always Something There To Remind Me
  4. Don't You Know
  5. Girl Don't Come
  6. I'd Be Far Better Off Without You
  7. Everybody Loves A Lover
  8. Gotta See My Baby Every Day
  9. Love Letters
  10. Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself
  11. Always
  12. Don't Be That Way
  13. It's In His Kiss
  14. Downtown
  15. You Won't Forget Me
  16. Lemon Tree
  17. Baby I Need Your Loving
  18. Talk About Love
  19. I'll Stop At Nothing
  20. You Can't Blame Him
  21. Long Live Love
  22. I've Heard About Him
  23. Message Understood
  24. Don't You Count On It
  25. You Don't Love Me No More
  26. I Don't Need That Kind Of Lovin'
  27. Down Dismal Ways
  28. Oh No He Don't

Disc: 2

  1. When I Was A Child
  2. Do You Mind
  3. How Glad I Am
  4. I Know
  5. Till The Night Begins To Die
  6. Too Bad You Don't Want Me
  7. One Day
  8. Whe I Fall In Love
  9. How Can You Tell
  10. If Ever You Need Me
  11. Hurting You
  12. Nothing Comes Easy
  13. Stop Before You Start
  14. Run
  15. Long Walk Home
  16. Think Sometimes About me
  17. Hide All Emotion
  18. I Don't Need Anything
  19. Keep In Touch
  20. Puppet On A String
  21. Tell The Boys
  22. I'll Cry Myself To Sleep
  23. Had A Dream Last Night
  24. Ask Any Woman
  25. I Don't Think You Want Me Anymore
  26. No Moon

Product Description

5023224235022 -1964-1967-ANTHOLOGY-56 TRACKS

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By A Customer on 14 April 2001
Format: Audio CD
For any Sandie fan, this 2-cd set is the best from the many compilations that have been released over the years. From her very first single 'As long as you're happy baby' (which incidently wasn't a hit) through to her biggest hit 'Puppet on a string'. The set also includes the other four songs from which BBC viewers chose Britain's Eurovision entry. Sandie's first two LP's, 'Sandie' and 'Me' are also included. The icing on the cake is the fold out sleeve which includes a full discography with original catalogue no's, pictures of Sandie and a great write up by Simon Robinson. Go get it!!!
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As the title says , it concentrates on the 1964/67 period ; and all the songs Sandie recorded in English in that period are on it . As such , it's definitely the best complete collection (56 songs!) you can ask for ; the singles are the superior mono takes ; and it's a shame it's not available on the current market . Only backdraw is : it is not recommended to listen to all 56 songs in a row (except maybe for her hardcore fans) , because it begings to get a little too much at the middle of the second cd, as not all of Sandie's recordings are classics (check out "Oh no he don't" to see what I mean) and her voice is sometimes a little boring on some tracks... Otherwise,the inlay is informative (discography) with plenty of EP & LP covers reproduced .
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I am very pleased with this purchase, a must have for all Sandie Shaw fans. I thought I had all her CD's and accidently discovered this CD was missing. Not any more!
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x90e98150) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8dd0cce4) out of 5 stars Warm memories of England 6 Nov. 2001
By John DePrisco - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The first time I ever heard of Sandie Shaw was when I was stationed in England in the mid 60's listening to "Puppet on a String" on the pirate station Radio Caroline (some of you older Brits should remember that one). And who could ever forget Sandie's performance for the 1967 Eurovision song competition. I can still picture her coming on stage barefooted in a cute minidress and blowing away the competition with "Puppet...". But enough reminiscing, on to the review!
All of the songs in this 2 cd set were recorded in the three year period 1964 to 1967, before Sandie was 20 1/2. That's pretty impressive considering all of the artists who only lasted long enough to record a record or two. Presented in chronological order, Sandie's youth is apparent in her earlier recordings where she sounds like a 17 year old. Of course some of that could be due to inferior recording conditions. For instance, "Always Something There to Remind Me", which she recorded at age 17 1/2, sounds much better than her other earlier recordings. Sandie followed "Always...." with another well produced hit, "Girl Don't Come", which made it to # 3 on the British charts. In 1966 Sandie recorded what I consider three of her strongest records: "Tomorrow", "Nothing Comes Easy", and the double-sided hits "Run" and "Long Walk Home". All four are personal favorites. 1967 was, of course, the year Sandie wowed the Eurovision audience with "Puppet on a String" (and maybe with her minidress as well!).
She may be lesser known that Petula Clark and Dusty Springfield, but this set shows you that she was just as talented. Taken in its entirety the beauty of this collection is that it displays how Sandie matured into a very entertaining singer during her stay at Pye records. A great collection for both Sandie Shaw fans and those who are just meeting her for the first time. Highly recommended!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e6d566c) out of 5 stars Sandie Shaw Anthology a must for 60's pop enthusiasts 20 May 2000
By Ward J. Lamb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 56 song collection is a great representation of the bare-foot 60's English chanteuse Sandie Shaw! Her hits "Puppet on a String" (brilliant pop opus), as well as the lyrical "Always Something There to Remind Me", a Burt Bacharach treasure are both here. More than that this cd has many well conceived tracks that will help the listener identify this very cool female vocalist who is elegant and earthy at the same time. "Girl Don't Come" and "I'll Stop at Nothing" are also on this cd. Sandie covers several pop classics from the era with fidelity too!Nothing less than brilliant!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8dd18d74) out of 5 stars 'SImply the Best!'Ê 14 April 2001
By Kevin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
For any Sandie fan, this 2-cd set is the best from the many compilations that have been released over the years. From her very first single 'As long as you're happy baby' (which incidently wasn't a hit) through to her biggest hit 'Puppet on a string'. The set also includes the other four songs from which BBC viewers chose Britain's Eurovision entry. Sandie's first two LP's, 'Sandie' and 'Me' are also included. The icing on the cake is the fold out sleeve which includes a full discography with original catalogue no's, pictures of Sandie and a great write up by Simon Robinson. Go get it!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e4d17d4) out of 5 stars everything... and more...much more 16 July 2009
By Sasha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Everything (and more) you ever need to hear from 1960s pop bubble-gum princess,famous for her looks and style but to be honest,as a singer she was way bellow average. That she ended up often lumped up with Dusty Springfield and other 1960s girls is funny because Shaw was actually not a singer at all - she was a very attractive model who somehow got pulled into showbiz and managed to achieve some level of celebrity with her TV appearances and hit singles.
This double CD collect her 1964-67 recordings and though hits have period charm ("There's Always Something To Remind Me", "Girl Don't Come","Long Live Love") bad covers and misses are far more overwhelming - whoever told her to cover Nancy Wilson's "How Glad I Am" or Irving Berlin's "Always" was just cruel.
Shaw had thin,whining voice that's way too much for double CD listening - she wouldn't pass any of today's TV talent shows,for sure - and she often goes out of tune but apparently audience at the time didn't mind as they lifted her up to iconic status.
Hits are fine,but boy,when she misses,she really misses.
If you want to hear good 1960s singer,go for Dusty,Cilla,Lulu or even (hate to say this) Petula or wonderful Julie Grant,but Sandie Shaw couldn't sing to save her life.
HASH(0x8d93b60c) out of 5 stars Very short list of girl singers!!! 20 May 2011
By Bob the Cob - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Born in 1964 and a yankee, I missed her the first time around! How I was not aware of her until right now, I have no idea. But the minute I heard her voice, I was smitten. And then reading about her barefoot/mini-dresses, oh, I get it!!! She is just awesome. She will be one of my favorites from now on. In the last few years, I have become a huge girl group fan, and don't know how I could have missed her for so long.

She is the best, I haven't heard anything she recorded, in any language that isn't at least worthwhile listening, much, probably most, is absolutely fantastic.
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