7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Re-mastered and re-issued in digi-pack form, Sandie Shaw's 1968 album with 11 bonus tracks is good overall (66.54mins.). The original album is fairly good (7/10) - most of the covers are ok at best except 'Right to cry' which is quite good (written by Goffin/King). The 2 tracks written by Chris Andrews standout 'The same things' and the slightly better 'Remember me' is very good indeed. The bonus tracks are the A's & B sides from 1968/69 (5 sides are in Mono) which range from ok to good without being as great as many of the previous years singles were. It comes with a 16 page booklet which has one or two striking shots of Sandie, lots of various covers and good liner notes which put the whole concept into place. Overall, excellent sound quality throughout and some good tracks along the way 6.5/10. 3.5 stars would be more accurate.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 December 2013
I have all Sandie Shaw's albums and all I want to say about this cd is it's worth the price just to hear her sing "Words" as it's the finest version I have heard apart from The Bee Gees.