Go My Way - Various - Rockin With The Pirates: Big Hits, Classic Tracks & Lost Gems (CD)


  1. Apr 15,  · Rounding out these 75 minutes are four classic hit novelties by the Ran-Dells (Martian Hop) and Lou Monte (Pepino, the Italian Mouse) plus Allan Sherman's smash ditty Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah! and the single-version debut at last (in stereo) of Ray Stevens' Ahab, the Arab. All but four of these 30 tracks (the most we could possibly fit onto one CD) were Top 40 hits/5(66).
  2. Professional quality and sound all rare stuff!!! For the First Time ever on CD Artist title label 06/13/ Artist Title Label order number Cole, Jerry Surf Age Surf , S Del-Satins, The Vol. 02 , WIN Del-Satins, The Vol. 03 , WIN Del-Satins, The Vol. 04 , WIN Del-Satins, The Vol. 05 , WIN Domino, Fats After Hours , RCD Eternals, The Today Clifton Hope, Lynn.
  3. Also released on the same date by EMI is Rockin With the Pirates: Big Hits, Classic Tracks and Lost Gems. This three-CD, track set would seem by far the best pick of the three. You will find 'I've Been a Bad Bad Boy' and Jeff Beck's version of 'Hi Ho Silver Lining' yet again.
  4. Jun 05,  · Rockin' With The Pirates: Big Hits, Classic Tracks & Lost Gems From The Golden Era Of Off-Shore Radio Sons Of Fred - Sweet Love Jan & Dean - I Found A Girl The Hollies - If I Needed Someone Valerie Mitchell - Go My Way Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - I Have Cried My Last Tear [Mono] Johnny & the Hurricanes 4.
  5. Oct 24,  · CD 01 – At My Front Door – The Hits Volume 1 The Spaniels – Baby, It’s You – The Spaniels – Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite – Jimmy Reed – You Don’t Have To Go – The El Dorados – At My Front Door – .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rockin' With The Pirates: Big Hits, Classic Tracks & Lost Gems on Discogs.4/5(1).
  7. Rockin' With The Pirates: Big Hits, Classic Tracks & Lost Greatest Hits. Everybody Loves a Clown / She's Just My Style Jukebox Hits, Vol. 1: Various Artists. EMI Legends of Rock n' Roll: 24 Greatest Hits of All Time Sixties Power, Volume 2. 70 Ounces of Gold: Pure Gold. The Best of Juke Box Hits of the 60's. Forever Gold: Number 1.
  8. Like the almost simultaneously released Pirate Radio Hits, the triple-disc collection Rockin’ with the Pirates capitalizes on the Richard Curtis film The Boat That Rocked (entitled Pirate Radio in the U.S.) but unlike that set or the film’s soundtrack, Rockin’ with the Pirates digs deep into forgotten corners of the swinging ‘60s, offering up more rarities and excavated 7"s than recycled tunes.8/

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