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Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying

“Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying” is a great tune. My instrumental arrangement plays it pretty straight.


Ferry Cross the Mersey

“Ferry Cross the Mersey” is a song I’ve done multiple times before; I guess I keep thinking I should do better for such a great tune.


Thank You Girl

“Thank You Girl” was released as the “B” side of “From Me to You” in England and the “B” side to “Do You Want to Know a Secret” in the USA. 45 more words


Los Angeles/Wild Gift

On Los Angeles/Wild Gift, Slash Records pairs the first two (and best) X albums. The patina (dig those male-female duets, that flash rockabilly guitar), and the gutter-shot brevity with which it hits, is bracing. 72 more words


The "Odessey": The Zombies in Words and Images

To mark the 50th anniversary of the recording of their classic Odessey and Oracle album, The Zombies have assembled an eclectic collection of rare and unseen photos, original artwork, and personal memories that offer readers an intimate snapshot of one of the more influential bands to emerge from the UK music scene of the 1960s. 150 more words


1001 Albums: With The Beatles

# 35

Artist: The Beatles

Album: With The Beatles

Year: 1963

Length: 32:24

Genre: Rock Pop / British Invasion

“She’s got the devil in her heart… 2,298 more words

1001 Albums