Jeremiah Ahab/Sgt Preston : Early Ray Stevens (UK)

CD [Cover Art for Jeremiah Ahab/Sgt Preston / Early Ray Stevens (UK)] Your Price: $14.83
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Sell date: 4/2014
Label: Imports
Mfg's Catalog#: 2539254
CDC Part#: 1800685
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EU-only collection. In a recording career which stretches way back to 1957, Ray Stevens has registered countless hits, sold millions of records and carved out a mighty reputation, predominantly with novelty and Country material. However, in his pre-hit making days he also cut a number of Rock 'n' Roll 45s ('That's What She Means to Me', 'Chickie-Chickie Wah Wah'), Rockabilly ('Cat Pants'), Doo Wop, ('Rang Tang Ding Dong') and straight Teenage Pop ('Silver Bracelet', 'Truly True') 45s, which are nowadays major collectors' items. This 31-track compilation is a truly unique package, comprising a dozen or so of these sides, many making their CD debuts, alongside his early hits, 'Sgt Preston of the Yukon', 'Jeremiah Peabody's Poly Unsaturated, Quick Dissolving', 'Ahab the Arab' (his first million seller), 'Further More' and 'Santa Claus Is Watching You'. Also included is Ray's first LP AHAB THE ARAB - 1837 SECONDS OF HUMOR in it's entirety, this being the first time it has ever appeared on CD in stereo.

Rang Tang Ding Dong (I'm the Japanese Sandman)
Silver Bracelet
Cholly Wolly Chang Chang
Five More Steps
That's What She Means to Me
Chickie-Chickie Wah Wah
Cat Pants
The Clown
High School Yearbook
Truly True
What Would I Do Without You
Sgt Preston of the Yukon
Who Do You Love?
Jeremiah Peabody's Polyunsaturated Quick-Dissolving Fast Acting
Teen Years
Scratch My Back (I Love It)
Ahab the Arab (Single Edit, Mono)
It's Been So Long
Further More
Saturday Night at the Movies
Santa Claus Is Watching You
Loved & Lost
Ahab the Arab (Lp Version, Stereo)
Popeye & Olive Oil
The Rockin' Boppin' Waltz
Pfc Rhythm & Blues Jones
The Rock & Roll Show
Julius Played the Trumpet
A Hermit Named Dave