Various Artists : Goffin And King Song Collection 1961-1967

CD [Cover Art for Various Artists / Goffin And King Song Collection 1961-1967] Your Price: $14.83
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Sell date: 10/2007
Label: Ace Records UK
Mfg's Catalog#: 1170
CDC Part#: 1074107
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Between 1959 and 1967 the couple wrote some of the most enduring hits of all time, including 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow', 'Take Good Care of My Baby', 'Goin' Back', 'The Loco-Motion' and 'It Might As Well Rain Until September'. Those songs have been anthologized hundreds of times - maybe thousands. Now it's time to shine the spotlight on other great G & K songs that haven't always received the attention they deserve. This collection blends hits and hard-to-find classics, focusing primarily on the latter but also including the original versions of songs that will have many listeners thinking, 'I didn't realize they wrote that!' Many of these tracks are completely new to CD, and several have never been reissued in any format in 40 years.

He's in Town - the Tokens
Let Me Get Close to You - Skeeter Davis
Halfway to Paradise (Stereo Album Version) - Tony Orlando
The Idol - Bobby Vee
The First & Last - the Chiffons
Brand New Man - Richard'Popcorn' Wylie
Another Night With the Boys - the Drifters
Heaven Is Being With You - Jackie Deshannon
I Didn't Have Any Summer Romance - the Satisfactions
Love Eyes - Bertell Dache
Don't Ever Change - the Crickets
I'll Love You for a While - Jill Jackson
I Was There - Lenny Welch
I Just Can't Say Goodbye - Bobby Rydell
I Can't Hear You - Betty Everett
Just a Little Girl - Donna Loren
You're Just What I Was Looking for Today - the Everly Brothers
Hey Everybody - Ramona King
I Can't Make It Alone (Mono Single Version) - Pj Proby
Some of Your Lovin' - the Honey Bees
A Man Without a Dream - the Righteous Brothers
Don't Bring Me Down - the Animals
Wasn't Born to Follow - Dusty Springfield
So Much Love - Ben E King
Yours Until Tomorrow - Dee Dee Warwick
(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin