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VA - Always Something There A Burt Bacharach Collectors' Anthology (2008)

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66ab1005b127ae6a4295da356a6468d1.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Various Artists [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Always Something There: A Burt Bacharach Collectors' Anthology 1952-1969 [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 2008 [b]Label (Catalog#)[/b]: Ace Records [CDCHD 1195] [b]Genre[/b]: Pop, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Easy Listening [b]Quality[/b]: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans) [b]Bitrate[/b]: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless [b]Time[/b]: 65:26 min [b]Full Size[/b]: 158 mb / 295 mb 23d9dccf5cd486ea6c3c5c1778e60567.jpg
As the dates in the title attest, Bacharach's work began way before his breakthrough years in the early 60s, though only a handful of 50s recordings appear here. So, it's from the 60s where most of these tracks originate, at a time when the New York music scene was bursting out on all fronts and Burt's talents became fully recognised. Dean Barlow's Third Window From The Right is solid Brill material, as is Gene Pitney's fine If I Never Get To Love You, while Vi Velasco's That's Not The Answer is more akin to what you may expect from Bacharach. Asides from Lou Johnsons' superb title track, you won't find the wellknown major hits here, but you will be able to wallow in deep catalogue from great artists such as Jackie de Shannon, Ben E King, Brook Benton, Del Shannon, Charlie Gracie and even the great lady herself, Dionne Warwick, with 1969's Dream Sweet Dreamer. Ultimately, though, the attraction here is focused on tracking the development of fine writing talent, and seeing how artists and arrangers grew along with the songs. Fascinating stuff.
[b]TRACKLIST:[/b] 1. Once In A Blue Moon (Instrumental) - NAT 'KING' COLE 2. How About - DELLA REESE 3. Wild Honey - CATHY CARR 4. The Last Time I Saw My Heart - MARTY ROBBINS 5. Crazy Times - GENE VINCENT 6. I Looked For You - CHARLIE GRACIE 7. Three Friends (Two Lovers) - THE TURBANS 8. You're Telling Our Secrets - DEE CLARK 9. I Wake Up Crying - DEL SHANNON 10. Thirty Miles Of Railroad Track - THE HAMMOND BROTHERS 11. Move It On The Backbeat - BURT & THE BACKBEATS 12. The Story Of My Life - BIG AL DOWNING 13. Gotta Get A Girl - FRANKIE AVALON 14. Third Window From The Right - DEAN BARLOW 15. So Long Johnny - JACKIE DeSHANNON 16. True Love Never Runs Smooth - DON & JUAN 17. That's The Way I'll Come To You - BOBBY VEE 18. If I Never Get To Love You - GENE PITNEY 19. Rain From The Skies - ADAM WADE 20. That's Not The Answer - VI VELASCO 21. Send Me No Flowers - DORIS DAY 22. More Time To Be With You - BROOK BENTON 23. They Don't Give Medals (To Yesterday's Heroes) - BEN E KING 24. Made In Paris - TRINI LOPEZ 25. (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me - LOU JOHNSON 26. Dream Sweet Dreamer - DIONNE WARWICK7409461d53baf8ee6fe405f510a7faff.png [b]Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me[/b]
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