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Here's Some That Got Away

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  • Audio CD (31 Dec. 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B000001E36
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Love Pains
  2. Party Chambers
  3. The Whole Point II
  4. The Ghosts Of Dachau
  5. Sweet Loving Ways
  6. A Casual Affair
  7. A Woman's Song
  8. Mick's Up
  9. Waiting On A Connection
  10. Night After Night
  11. The Piccadilly Trail
  12. (When You) Call Me
  13. My Very Good Friend
  14. April's Fool
  15. In Love For The First Time
  16. Big Boss Groove
  17. Mick's Company
  18. Bloodsports
  19. Who Will Buy
  20. I Ain't Goin' Under
  21. I Am Leaving
  22. A Stone's Throw Away

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I play this album more than the other ones. These ones that got away are often better than the ones that didn't. (Such is life.)
Sweet Loving Ways - love this romantic song
A Woman's Song - great version, very moving, even like the off tune bits
Piccadilly Trail - best song they ever did. Been singing along to it for years. (All those betrayals!)
April's Fool - go back to him, please!

And at least half a dozen other B side beauties. Like those Northern Soul gems you come across on compilations that warm the heart.

I don't know what was going on with Paul Weller in his 20s, but he hit a wonderful creative streak. The Jam were fun, his solo career has got some good stuff, but the Style Council were pop genius's. (I nearly went to see the tribute band recently - that's how much I like them!)

Peace.
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An essential Style Council album to have, along with 'The Complete Adventures' box set. Not only does it contains a number of unreleased studio recordings, but also a few b-sides that were left out of the box set. I f you want the majority of their released work then get these two CD sets.
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This album is an essential purchase for anyone who loves the Style Council or indeed music. It contains some great songs which are not contained on any other TSC release and in particular My Very Good Friend which ranks with any of the group's mighty classics.
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This postmortally issued compilation is in my eyes a let down, not in the first place because of its concept (the b-sides and rarities thing actually works well with The Jam Extras compilation that was issued earlier) but because of the absence of quality songs on it: Apart from the acceptable b-sides "Big boss groove" and "Party chambers" that have already been available on other formats and a few melodic fillers like "A casual affair" and "Who will buy" there is nothing worth mentioning on this record. The professionally but heartlessly produced mediocre soul numbers "My very good friend" or "Love pains" are ommitting the signature of Weller's songwriting abilities and don't leave a lasting impression. The compiler's (Dennis Munday again) dilemma obviously was that - in contrast to the "Extras" compilation - the lack of classy tunes and quality songs of the late Style Council era. It would have been a turn for the better if Munday had looked for demos of the more sophisticated and affectingly northern soul tunes that the band had in their earlier repertoire, namely "Up for grabs", "Meeting of the yonder" and "Move on up".
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