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The Sorrows - You've Got What I Want: The Essential Sorrows 1965-67 mp3


Performer: The Sorrows
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: You've Got What I Want: The Essential Sorrows 1965-67
Country: Europe
Released: 2010
Style: Beat, Rhythm & Blues, Ballad, Garage Rock
Label: Grapefruit Records
Catalog Number: CRSEG012
MP3 version ZIP size: 1772 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 225

Tracklist

1You've Got What I Want
2Take A Heart
3Teenage Letter
4Baby (1966 Re-Recording)
5Pink, Purple, Yellow, Red
6Take A Heart
7Gonna Find A Cave
8Don't Sing No Sad Songs For Me
9 Baby All The Time
10Let Me In
11Let The Live Live
12 We Should Get Along Fine
13 I Take What I Want
14Cara-Lin
15No, No, No, No
16How Love Used To Be
17We Should Get Alone Fine
18Let Me In
19I Don't Wanna Be Free
20Baby
21My Gal
22Come With Me
23She's Got The Action

Credits

  • ArtworkAndy Morten
  • BassPhilip Packham
  • Compiled ByDavid Wells
  • DrumsBruce Finley
  • Lead GuitarPip Whitcher
  • Liner NotesDavid Wells
  • Mastered ByAndy Pearce
  • Rhythm GuitarWez Price
  • VocalsDon Maughn

Notes

Tracks 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8: mono versions from 1965 Piccadilly singles; tracks 9-10, 11-12, 13-14: mono versions from 1966 Piccadilly singles; tracks 13-14 from 1967 Piccadilly single; track 15 1966 unreleased outtake; tracks 16 to 18 unreleased outtakes; tracks 19 to 30 Piccadilly album Take A Heart (December 1965), stereo version.
16 pages booklet.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 013929 181229

Album

Well, the 30 tracks do include everything essential from their mid-'60s prime, including both sides of their seven 1965-1967 singles the stereo version of their 1965 album Take a Heart, which included a couple songs not on those 45s, as well as slightly different, re-recorded versions of some numbers that also appeared on singles, and four. Songs in album The Sorrows - You've Got What I Want: The Essential Sorrows 1965-67 2010. The Sorrows - I Don't Wanna Be Free. The Sorrows - Come With Me. The Sorrows - She's Got The ActionDecember 1965. The Sorrows - How Love Used To Be December 1965. The Sorrows - Teenage Letter December 1965. The Sorrows - I Don't Wanna Be Free December 1965. The Sorrows - Don't Sing No Sad Songs For Me December 1965. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. From the album: you've got what I want: the essential sorrows 1965 - 67. For more garage, mod, psych, POP & freakbeat, go to my channel. I Take What I Want. The Take What I Want - The Sorrows. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Hier folgende CD, Here following CD You've got what I want 00:02:00. She's got the action 00:01:51. Take a heart 00:03:15. I Don't Wanna Be Free 00:02:37. Read full description. See details and exclusions - THE SORROWS - YOU'VE GOT WHAT I WANT-THE ESSENTIAL SORROWS 1965-67 CD NEW. Qty: 1 2. Youve Got What I Want , which this collection is named after, is one of those songs: 120-seconds of pure energy, crazed machine-gun drumming, manic singing and Yardbirds-worthy manhandling of guitars. Slightly moodier, but no less essential, is Take A Heart which builds up from a soft pitter-pattering heartbeat of drums, to a raging amphetamine-rush of heavily reverbed guitar squall in the chorus. Aujourd'hui avec The essential Sorrows 1965-1967, je vais vous donner une chronique un peu plus fournie. 1 Les membres du groupe. Don Fardon, le chanteur du groupe est né en 1943. Disc IDs 1. Cover Art 0. Album Compilation. Packaging: Jewel Case. Status: Official. Language: English. Please be aware that due to the global pandemic, some delivery services may be experiencing a slight delay Dismiss. Click OK to accept and continue shopping, or find out more in our cookie Read More. The Unmistakeable Sound of Independence since 1978 Call to order: 44 020 8996 3120. THE SORROWS You've Got What I Want: The Essential Sorrows 1965-67 2010 issue UK 30-track CD album - When it came to tough, snarling, mod-into-freakbeat sounds, legendary mid-Sixties act The Sorrows had few Sorrows released their first album, Take a Heart, in 1965 on Piccadilly. The Sorrows played a hard, aggressive version of contemporary R&B later this style of music was termed freakbeat. After the band reached some minor chart positions on the UK Singles Chart, Phil Packham and Don Fardon left the group. Fardon had a UK chart hit with Indian Reservation