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Sorrow - Various - Yesterdays CD 60 (CD)

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  1. However, this CD uses mainly stereo mixes, and the annotation - though rather sloppy in the way many early English CD's were - is pretty thorough. The Abkco CD uses a lot of mono, and its annotion is all but non-existent. So, I'd call this the best single CD compilation of Marianne's 60's music - which makes it essential for Anglophiles/5().
  2. "Sorrow" is a song first recorded by the McCoys in and released as the B-side to their cover of "Fever". It became a big hit in the United Kingdom in a version by the Merseys, reaching number 4 on the UK chart on 28 April A version by David Bowie charted worldwide in A line from the song – "With your long blonde hair and your eyes of blue" – is used in the Beatles song.
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  4. Sweet Memories Of Only Yesterday The 60's - Various Artist CD. Only 1 available. Details. Shipping: US-Mainland: $ (more destinations) Condition: Used. Tweet. Description; ARTIST: Various TITLE: Sweet Memories Of Only Yesterday The 60's LABEL/#: Readers Digest
  5. Even though some of the songs on Long Lost Instrumental Hits of the '50s and '60s, such as "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White," never really went away in the first place, this is an enjoyable collection of '50s and '60s easy listening that falls somewhere between the quirkiness of lounge and exotica and the more staid sounds of ensembles like Strings Orchestra.
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