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Eddie Cochran - The Ballads Of Eddie Cochran (2013)

28-06-2014, 16:33
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Eddie Cochran - The Ballads Of Eddie Cochran (2013)

Artist: Eddie Cochran
Title Of Album: The Ballads Of Eddie Cochran
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Bear Family
Genre: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 80:08 Min
Total Size: 198 Mb | 261 Mb


1. My Love To Remember (Version 1) 2:05
2. Dark Lonely Street (Version 1) 2:53
3. Yesterday's Heartbreak 2:05
4. That's My Desire 2:07
5. I Almost Lost My Mind 2:32
6. Dark Lonely Street (Version 2) 2:22
7. Half Loved (Version 1) 2:46
8. My Love To Remember (Version 2) 2:15
9. Half Loved (Version 2) 2:27
10.Sittin' In The Balcony 2:02
11.Have I Told You Lately That I Love You 2:36
12.Undying Love 2:09
13.Drive-In Show 2:04
14.I'm Alone Because I Love You 2:23
15.Proud Of You 2:00
16.Tell Me Why 2:17
17.Lovin' Time 2:07
18.Never 1:52
19.Pocketful Of Hearts 1:56
20.Teresa 2:07
21.Lonely 2:15
22.Love Again 2:14
23.One Minute To One 2:09
24.Don't Ever Let Me Go 2:16
25.I've Waited So Long 2:40
26.Three Stars (Composite Master) 3:40
27.I Remember 2:16
28.Three Steps To Heaven (Version 1) 2:17
29.Rock 'n' Roll Blues 2:25
30.Think Of Me (Master 'erase' Version) 2:01
31.My Love To Remember (Version 5) 1:57
32.Little Angel 1:56
33.Hallelujah! I Love Her So 2:19
34.Three Steps To Heaven (Version 2) 2:24
35.Cherished Memories 1:54

Ballads are not the first thing associated with Eddie Cochran, that trailblazing rock & roller who was known for his hard-driving rockers "Summertime Blues," "C'mon Everybody," and "Something Else." None of these songs are present on Bear Family's generous 35-track 2013 compilation and neither are any of his hits outside of "Sittin' in the Balcony," which itself is a swinging teen dream that doesn't quite feel like a ballad even if it's much slower than his other hits. The same sentiment can apply to the other 34 songs here -- 34 songs that include many slower, sweeter, alternate takes of other pretty well-known Eddie songs, like "Three Steps to Heaven" -- and the entire impression left by the collection is, this is the sound of Eddie when he tried to clean up and play a sock hop. Consequently, it feels tied to the '50s in a way his livelier standards don't, but that is part of the appeal: Cochran croons with finesse, he has an easy touch, and he's just young enough that these tales of puppy love feel genuine, not forced.

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