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A Clear Track Listing Venus in Blue Jeans? Jeepers Creepers.,
This review is from: Love And Fury: Gems From The Decca Vaults UK 1961 - '62 (Audio CD)
LOVE AND FURY
GEMS FROM THE DECCA VAULTS UK
1961 - 1962 has
75 original recordings spread over 3 Cds.
All have been digitally remastered
These sets really are a steal at this price.
But the Decca label is one of the better ones because so many of the artistes are very familiar to the British Listener.
Why are these releases so reasonably priced?
The simple reason that these sets are as cheap as chips is that the tracks are public domain.
That means the rights to the music has gone and any old Dick or Harry can release them.
The bad news for the previous rights holders' means good news for us, the buyers for if the price is too high we will not buy.
So the sets are at a more than reasonable price.
Next year the law changes to fall in line with the Americans and the 50 year rule will be finished.
Some tracks and artists you will know, really well - others not. The Piltdown Men for example?
But that is the real joy- you just might discover some tracks you have never heard and enjoy if not then the FF feature is just for you.
However if you are like me and of a certain age you want to read which artists and tracks are featured but Amazon have scrunched up all the tracks making it hard to read so I've spaced them out so you can read them more easily.
This revised list should help?
1. Love And Fury - The Tornados
2. Halfway To Paradise - Billy Fury
3. Wimoweh - Karl Denver
4. Twist Little Sister - Brian Poole& The Tremeloes
5. Bless You - Garry Mills
6. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow -Mike Berry & The Outlaws
7. Well I Ask You - Eden Kane
8. Exclusively Yours - Mark Wynter
9. Big Man - Kathy Kirby
10. Air Travel - Chris Farlowe
11. Transistor Sister - Robb Storme
12. The Hermit Of Misty Mountain -Don Charles
13. Let's Get Together - Hayley Mills
14. Chills And Fever - Jet Harris
15. Comes The Day - Joe Brown
16. I Sold My Heart To The Junkman -Lyn Cornell
17. My Baby's Crazy 'Bout Elvis - Billy Boyle
18. Never Goodbye - Karl Denver
19. What Would You Do - Gerry Reno
20. Mystery Girl - Jess Conrad
21. Your Ma Said You... - Doug Sheldon
22. Once Upon A Dream - Billy Fury
23. Dear One - Tony Victor
24. The Writing On The Wall - Tommy Steele
25. The Loco-Motion - The Vernons Girls
1. I'd Never Find Another You - Billy Fury
2. Entry Of The Gladiators - Nero & The Gladiators
3. I'm Just A Baby - Louise Cordet
4. Blue Weekend - Karl Denver
5. My Baby Doll - Mike Berry & The Outlaws
6. The Man With The Golden Arm - Jet Harris
7. Don't Spread It Around - Buddy Britten
8. Funny All Over - The Vernons Girls
9. Guess That's The Way It Goes - Don Charles
10. Telstar - The Tornados
11. Book Of Love - Doug Sheldon
12. Forget Me Not - Eden Kane
13. This Pullover - Jess Conrad
14. Mexicali Rose - Karl Denver
15. Dream Girl - Mark Wynter
16. Can Can 62 - Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
17. And The Heavens Cried - Anthony Newley
18. Because Of Love - Billy Fury
19. Go Away Little Girl - Ray Bennett
20. Charmaine - The Bachelors
21. Hit Record - Tommy Steele
22. Doctor Kildare - Eric Sykes & Hattie Jacques
23. Music - Robb Storme & The Whispers
24. Sounds Like Locomotion - Sounds Inc
25. Ginny Come Lately - Steve Perry
1. I Don't Know Why - Eden Kane
2. Runaround Sue - Doug Sheldon
3. Last Night Was Made For Love -Billy Fury
4. Where Have All The Flowers Gone -Tommy Steele
5. Pretty Jenny - Jess Conrad
6. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie - Mike Preston
7. In The Hall Of The Mountain King -Nero & The Gladiators
8. Blue - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
9. Oh, Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas
10. Marcheta - Karl Denver
11. Jeepers Creepers - Hayley Mills
12. Besame Mucho - Jet Harris
13. Near You - Robb Storme& The Whispers
14. Venus In Blue Jeans - Ray Adams
15. Sweet Enough - Louise Cordet
16. Walk with Me, My Angel -Don Charles
17. Don't Believe Him Donna -Russ Sainty & The Nu-Notes
18. Don't Worry - Billy Fury
19. South Cave Man - Stevie D'Or and The Dockers.
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Initial post: 3 Nov 2013 21:34:23 GMT
if the piltdown men were on it, that would be a bonus.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2013 22:22:28 GMT
Glenn Cook says:
Well I can think of a few tracks by South Cave men as well.
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