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Billy Fury - We Want Billy! / Billy (1995)

7-02-2016, 20:24
Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: We Want Billy! / Billy
Year Of Release: 1963 (1995)
Label: Beat Goes On Records
Genre: Rock & Roll / British Invasion
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)/320
Total Time: 69:22
Total Size: 406/163 MB


01. Sweet Little Sixteen
02. Baby Come On
03. That's All Right
04. Wedding Bells
05. Sticks And Stones
06. Unchain My Heart
07. I'm Moving On
08. Just Because
09. Halfway To Paradise
10. I'd Never Find Another You
11. Once Upon A Dream
12. Last Night Was Made For Love
13. Like I've Never Been Gone
14. When Will You Say I Love You
15. We Were Meant For Each Other
16. How Many Nights, How Many Days
17. Willow Weep For Me
18. Bumble Bee
19. She Cried
20. Let Me Know
21. The Chapel On The Hill
22. Like I've Never Been Gone
23. A Million Miles From Nowhere
24. I'll Show You
25. Our Day Will Come
26. All My Hopes
27. One Step From Heaven
28. One Kiss
29. Hard Times
30. Broken Hearted

The BGO CD reissue of two 1963 albums, the live We Want Billy! and the studio Billy, presents a pair of unenduring sets. Fury may have been one of the best of the pre-Beatle rockers, but that doesn't make him great. About half of the "concert" date consists of rock & roll oldies like "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Unchain My Heart," sung in a competent sub-Elvis mold (though the Tornados aren't about to make anyone forget Scotty Moore or James Burton). There's also a lengthy medley of many of his early-'60s pop hits, which are better heard in their studio versions. The studio record Billy was Fury's biggest-selling album of the '60s, reaching the British Top Ten. But it wasn't very good, typifying the kind of teen idol fare that rode high on the British charts before Merseybeat. He could rock half decently when given the chance, but most of the numbers are pop ballads, replete with light orchestration and crooning female backup vocals. These records have little more than nostalgic value, and not even that for American listeners, who were never aware of Fury in the first place.

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