- Audio CD (7 May 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Ace Records
- ASIN: B000O5916A
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 187,244 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
|1. (Wake Up) Miss Rip Van Winkle - TIBBS BROTHERS|
|2. Lonely Avenue - RAY CHARLES|
|3. I Ain't Sharin' Sharon - BOBBY DARIN|
|4. Hushabye - MYSTICS|
|5. It's Been Nice - MARTY WILDE|
|6. (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame - DEL SHANNON|
|7. Angel Face - JIMMY DARREN|
|8. Turn Me Loose - FABIAN|
|9. A Teenager In Love - DION AND THE BELMONTS|
|10. Hey Memphis - LAVERN BAKER|
|11. Save The Last Dance For Me - DRIFTERS|
|12. Go Jimmy Go - JIMMY CLANTON|
|13. Too Good - LITTLE TONY AND HIS BROTHERS|
|14. Seven Sins - BARRETT STRONG|
|15. So Close To Heaven - RAL DONNER|
|16. First Taste Of Love - BEN E KING|
|17. Can't Get Used To Losing You - ANDY WILLIAMS|
|18. All You Gotta Do Is Touch Me - BOBBY VEE|
|19. A King For Tonight - BARRY DARVELL|
|20. Suspicion - TERRY STAFFORD|
See all 26 tracks on this disc
* Individually and collectively, Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman have written more classics of American Pop than almost any other writers of their era. They had more songs accepted and recorded by Elvis Presley than even L & S did (apparently, without ever meeting the King even once).
* This package offers a strong mix of the obvious classics we couldn't leave out, and songs that should have been as big as those that did become major hits. It also includes songs that will surprise people who think that P & S only wrote teen pop, tackled by artists including Irma Thomas, Howard Tate, Ray Charles and the McCoys. Many of these tracks are making their CD debut here.
* We are also privileged to include, for the first time on an Ace CD, an Elvis Presley recording as our title track - one which, incidentally, was the last song that Pomus & Shuman ever wrote together before dissolving their song-writing partnership in 1966.
* Released with the blessing of both the Estates of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, "Double Trouble" is the sort of tribute that writers of their calibre deserve. Don't bet against there being a volume two sometime in the near future.