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Great Collection - Shame on Amazon.,
This review is from: Feelin' Fine: Gems from the Columbia Vaults 1954-1961 (Audio CD)
This is a great collection of tracks (see below) - with excellent sound quality, considering the age of the material; judging from the tracks I already have CD copies (or singles) of, they sound rather better.
Shame on Amazon - who have truly ceased to care about music or accuracy in what they sell. The have not provided a track list- again! Anyway, here I go again, doing Amazon's job for them.
01. Feelin' Fine - The Drifters
02. Priscilla - Eddie Cooley & The Dimples
03. High Blood Pressure - Huey "Piano" Smith & The Clowns
04. High Class Baby - Cliff Richard
05. Bristol Stomp - The Dovells
06. Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again - Jimmie Rodgers
07. There's A Moon Out Tonight - The Capris
08. Betty Betty (Go Steady With Me) - Dickie Pride
09. Sh-Boom - The Chords
10. Jim Dandy - Lavern Baker
11. The Hippy Hippy Shake - Chan Romero
12. Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
13. Heart and Soul - The Cleftones
14. The Twist - Chubby Checker
15. Teenage Love - The Five Chesternuts
16. Ka-Ding Dong - The G-Clefs
17. Since I Met You Baby - Ivory Joe Hunter
18. Hit And Miss - John Barry Seven 19. Mr Sandman- The Chordettes
20. Last Train To San Fernando - Johnny Duncan & The Blue Grass Boys
21. Apache - The Shadows
22. Barbara Ann - The Regents
23. Tell Laura I Love Her - Ricky Valence
24. Diana - Paul Anka
25. Walkin' Back To Happiness - Helen Shapiro
01. Mary Lou - Ronnie Hawkins
02. Wild One - Bobby Rydell
03. School Day (Ring Ring Goes The Bell) - Chuck Berry
04. I'm Stickin' With You - Jimmy Bowen
05. Don't You Just Know It - Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns
06. Move It - Cliff Richard & The Drifters
07. (Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics
08. Sweet Dreams - Dave Sampson & The Hunters
09. I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent - Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
10. I Love How You Love Me - Jimmy Crawford
11. You Can't Stop This Rocking And Rolling - Ivory Joe Hunter
12. River Line - Jimmy Jackson's Rock 'N' Skiffle
13. Gee - The Crows
14. Let's Twist Again - Chubby Checker
15. I've Told Every Little Star - Linda Scott
16. Shortnin Bread Rock - Tony Crombie & His Rockets
17. The Race - Charlie Gracie
18. Lucky Lips - Ruth Brown
19. F.B.I - The Shadows
20. When We Get Married - The Dreamlovers
21. You Don't Know - Helen Shapiro
22. Put Your Head On My Shoulder - Paul Anka
23. You Baby You - The Cleftones
24. Stairway of Love - Michael Holliday
25. Stranger On the Shore - Acker Bilk
It's a great compilation for collectors of music from this era. Highly recommended.
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Initial post: 12 Apr 2013 11:15:04 BDT
Mrs. A.Parker says:
Thanks very much for listing all the tracks.much appreciated.
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Apr 2013 14:40:18 BDT
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Posted on 22 Apr 2013 14:43:07 BDT
Don't know why you would need another track list when there is provided a complete preview box with all the tracks listed and able to be briefly listened to.
I understand your rant and yes, agree with you, but your displeasure appears now throughout the product listings, is becoming boring and Amazon have obviously chosen to ignore you.
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Apr 2013 19:02:50 BDT
Thanks for your comment.
Well, firstly, I was reviewing the CD release. Having just checked, I can see that there is in fact a track list on the MP3 download version of this product; but surely that just makes it even less explicable that Amazon haven't simply transferred that list to the CD product page?
As to Amazon ignoring my 'rants', they may well do - and I'm sorry if they bore you - but you may perhaps allow that even though I do bang on about the issue, I do often take the time and trouble to enter track lists where Amazon have not. Some people have found that useful (as in the other comment to this review and others).
In reply to an earlier post on 21 May 2013 11:06:37 BDT
your efforts are much appreciated, (by most of us, I am sure).
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