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From Tottenham To Tennessee Double CD
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Snooker Loopy, Rabbit and Ain't No Pleasing You gave them hits in the charts and assured their place in the nation's hearts. Their collected here with plenty more rock 'n' roll and boogie woogie originals which prove they had the talent to take them all the way from Tottenham to Tennnessee. Gertcha indeed. This 2CD set boast 5 top 30 hits including 3 top 10’s. Includes the original hits Gertcha, Snooker Loopy and Ain’t No Pleasing You. Sleevenotes by former Young Disciple Marc Nelson. Compiled by Chas & Dave and Mr Joe Bangles.
Top Customer Reviews
"Well Pleased"- The stronger of the two is totally brilliant with great production and even greater songs. "There In Your Eyes" opens the album and sets the scene for what follows. There's textbook C&D on offer here like the upbeat songs "Did I Feel A Fool" and "Harry Was A Champion". There's also the more reflective, folky songs like "Where Am I Gonna Find Ya", "Im Going Back" and "One Of Them Days". This album contains in my opinion C&D's greatest song "Jumpin The Lights" which is incredibly addictive and just pure class.
"Flying"-This album is a more eclectic mix of songs like the opener "England" with its steel drums, "Punchinello" with its crazy fairground organ and the totally nuts "Diddle-Umma Day" with its rapid fire chorus in the true character of C&D. "Flying" should have done so much better as a single, like the instrumental its truly beautiful and the additional vocals are the icing on the cake. The closing track "Miss You, All The Time" has to be the boys most emotive song, bursting as it is with nostalgia and sentiment.
With these two great studio albums on one disc and the few rarities it become obvious that we've been "Spoilt Rotten"...
All your Chas & Dave fav's, plus some tracks I'd not heard before.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It has some wonderful not so well known songs that they are under under-rated for. Brilliant !Published 19 months ago by Betty Renz
Excellent good time rock & roll, lifts the spirits every time, clever lyrics, singalong tunes what more do you want?Published 22 months ago by Mr. Lawrence Knight