Lost Friends CD
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CD on KENT RECORDS by EDDIE & ERNIE - Lost Friends
Why Do You Treat Me Like You
I Can't Stop The Pain
I'm Gonna Always Love You
A Man To Love A Woman
You Make My Life A Sunny Day
We Try Harder
That's The Way It Is
Bullets Don't Have Eyes
In These Very Tender Moments
I'm A Young Man
Falling Tears (Indian Drums)
Standing At The Crossroads
Woman, What Do You Be Doing
Lay Lady Lay
The Groove She Put Me In
You Turn Me One
Tell It Like It Is
It's A Weak Man That Cries
Watch Your Step
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Speculation turned to joy as great song after great song blew out the cobwebs in my hi-fi. I bought it thinking that there might be one or two gems, but it is packed with must-have soul songs. There is not one bad recording on this CD. I questioned the wisdom of putting on a cover version of "Tell it like it is", but it is a different song in the hands of these two experts.
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NB Godin wanted to get as much of Eddie & Ernie's output into the public domain as possible so this CD doesn't duplicate any of the other eight tracks available elsewhere on Kent compilations. Unfortunately this means that 'Lost Friends' omits two of their greatest moments: 'I'm Goin' for Myself' (available on Dave Godin's Deep Soul Treasures Vol.1: Taken from the Vaults) and 'Time Waits for No-One' (from The Birth of Soul Vol.2). However that's just all the more incentive to buy these excellent CDs too.
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Makes no sense whatsoever, and it's not like we're ever going to see another Eddie & E rnie compilation (this one - the only one - has been out for 11 years).
I'm sure any of their fans still around some half a century later will enjoy their great harmonizing enhanced by the excellent sound quality, and will be happy with the liner notes which are both hallmarks of anything from Ace/Kent, but there has to be a lot of frustrated completist hits collectors out there!
All-in all, the track "Falling Tears (Indian Drums) recorded for Columbia is worth the price of the CD. Just amazing.
Also, finally, 'Self Service" from 1964 (originally issued on the tiny Madley label and picked up by 20th Century-Fox Records) as "The New Bloods" is perhaps the only known soul ballad ode to masterbation! ("I don't have noone to love me....so I'll have to serve myself...")
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