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David GarrickDavid Garrick. The Pye Anthology. NEECD 297
Two of David’s original albums are issued on a double CD from Sequel Records .

Disc One is the album ‘A Boy Called David.’ Tracks are: Go; When The World Was Our Own; One Little Smile; We Must Be In Love; Lady Jane; Let’s Go Somewhere; Dear Mrs Applebee; You’re What I’m Living For; So Much Love; I’m Looking Straight At You’; A Groovy Kind of Love; Lisa Brown; You Don’t Know; Dandy; I’ve Been Lovin’ You Too Long; Ain’t Gonna Lie; Master John (The Preacher’s Son); It’s Just Not That Easy; The Man Who Took The Valise Off The Floor Of Grand Central Station At Noon; I’ve Found A Love; (You Can’t Hide) A Broken Heart; A Certain Misunderstanding; Please Mr Movingman’

The disc includes previously unreleased bonus tracks: Yellow Baloon; What Can A Man Do? The Story Of My Life’; Spicks and Specs.

Disc Two is the album ‘Don’t Go Out In The Rain, Sugar. Tracks are: I Got The Feelin’; Somewhere; Don’t Go Out Into The Rain (You’re Gonna Melt, Sugar); What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted; Theme For A Wishing Heart; Dancing In The Street; The Gentle People; Unchained Melody; Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye; That’s How Love Goes; Please Stay’ Ave Maria; Rainbow; I’ll Be Home; A Little Bit Of This (And A Little Bit Of That); Flutterby Butterfly; Maypole Mews; Like To Get To Know You Better; Poor Little Me; Molly With The Hair Like Silver; Big Brother’s Heart.

The disc includes previously unreleased bonus tracks: Crystal Ball; I’ll Wait For You; Monsieur Dupont; Don’t Take Your Guns To Town; Only A Rose; Because You Come To Me.

David had some British charts hits, but became a bigger star in Europe, particularly in Germany and Holland and sold millions of records. He was classically trained in Opera and his version of ‘Ava Maria’, which topped the Irish charts, is a treat.

Billy FuryThe Sound of Fury Demos. SELCD 608
A unique collection for Fury fans which contains the original demo tape for ‘The Sound of Fury’ album, together with half a dozen sides he’d cut a couple of years earlier when he was still young Ronnie Wycherley. The tracks are: Well All Right; Cheating With Love; What I Need; My Advice; What Did I Do; Phone Call; Don’t Say It’s Over; Since You’ve Been Gone; Don’t Tell Me Lies; Love, Love, Love; You Wonder Why; I Know It’s Love; I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone; Paralyzed; Baby; Playing For Keeps; Have I told You Lately That I Love you; Love’s A-Callin’; Billy Remembers.

Help! Songs Of The Beatles. Volume 2 CMDDD 260
The second volume in the series. An eclectic mix of covers of Beatles songs, with 43 numbers on two discs.

Disc One: ‘Please Please Me’, the Kestrels; ‘She Loves You’, the Joneses; ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’, Lakeside; This Boy, the Leon Young Strings; ‘World Without Love’, Cyril Stapleton; Partir, Il Nous Faut (Nobody I Know), Petula Clark; And I Love Her, Victor Sylvester; Things We Said Today, the Sneakers; Help! Twice As Much; Ticket To Ride, Victor Sylvester; Yesterday, Chris Farlowe; We Can Work It Out, Petula Clark; Norwegian Wood, Frugal Sound; Rain, Todd Rundgren; Eleanor Rigby, P.P. Arnold; Here, There And Everywhere, Anita Harris; Yellow Submarine, Peter Knight; Good Day Sunshine, The Tremeloes; With A Little Help From My Friends, Jackie Trent and Tony Hatch; Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, John Schroeder; She’s Leaving Home, London Pops Orchestra; When I’m Sixty Four, Max Bygraves.

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