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Track Listing- Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes) -Morning After!,
This review is from: Wait A Minute -The Stax & Satellite Story (1959-1962) (Audio CD)
This two Cd `Wait A Minute' 'The Stax and Satellite story 1959 to 1962' set consists of
ORIGINAL RECORDINGS by the original artists.
At this low low price at under a fiver means the cost is less than a modern day single CD.
This is an absolute steal of a price.
The simple reason for the low price?
The recordings are over 50 years old and may be `Public Domain' in the USA.
But it's hard to work out which tracks are on the CD Amazon seemed to have jumbled all the tracks in one long set of lines.
If you are like me and find it hard to see exactly which tracks are on the two CDs then this easy to read list may help?
By the way the title of the CD set 'Wait a Minute' is from the great single by Barbara Stephens which is featured as track six on CD one.
My title is a tribute to the artists and is from 2 singles on the CD 'Morning After' by The Mar-Keys and 'Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes' by Carla Thomas .
1. Green Onions - Booker T. & The MG's
2. Fool in Love-The Veltones
3. Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)- Carla Thomas
4. Last Night- The Mar-Keys
5. Ain't That Love-Nick Charles
6. Wait a Minute- Barbara Stephens
7. About Noon- The Mar-Keys
8. 'Cause I Love You- Carla & Rufus
9. Formula Of Love- William Bell
10. As You Can See- The Chips
11. I'm Going Home- Prince Conley
12. Foxy- The Mar-Keys
13. It's Aw'rite- Rufus Thomas
14. I Don't Worry- Barbara Stephens
15. Why Should I Suffer With the Blues- The Canes
16. Just Across the Street- The Del-Rios
17. What's Happening- The Mar-Keys
18. You're My Girl- Jimmy & The Spartans
19. That's The Way It Is With Me- Barbara Stephens
20. Morning After- The Mar-Keys
21. Please Help Me I'm Falling- William Bell
22. I Just Can't Learn to Say Goodbye- Hoyt Johnson
23. Boppin' High School Baby- Don Willis
1. Night Before- The Mar-Keys
2. For You- Carla Thomas
3. Any Other Way- William Bell
4. You Make Me Feel So Good- The Chips
5. Behave Yourself- Booker T. & The M.G.'s
6. The Right Girl- Nick Charles
7. Sack-O-Woe- The Mar-Keys
8. Someday- The Veltones
9. The Life I Live- Barbara Stephens
10. Pop-Eye Stroll- The Mar-Keys
11. Sunday Jealous- Nick Charles
12. You Don't Miss Your Water- William Bell
13. The Three Dogwoods- Nick Charles
14. All The Way- Prince Conley
15. One Degree North- The Mar-Keys
16. Love Is Like A Flower- Barbara Stephens
17. Can't Ever Let You Go- Rufus Thomas
18. There's a Love- The Del-Rios
19. Diana- The Mar-Keys
20. Little Fool- Donna Rae & The Sunbeams
21. Warrior Sam- Don Willis
22. Cindy- Hoyt Johnson
It's a sad thought that many of these artist will now have passed away after over 50 years or more since the tracks were originally recorded.
In a way it's really good that when we hear them again today we can think back to the original artists.
It would be nice if you could say a little prayer for them. Like the add for Tesco says `Every little helps'.
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Initial post: 31 May 2013 23:23:33 BDT
J. Allen says:
Thanks for the track listing, Amazon really need to get it sorted out.
In reply to an earlier post on 1 Jun 2013 03:14:47 BDT
Glenn Cook says:
Cheers Mr Allen although I see at least 2 people have said that this listing is not helpful!
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