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Wayne Fontana - Wayne One (2004) FLAC

13-04-2016, 16:31
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Wayne One
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Bgo
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue)
Total Time: 01:24:27
Total Size: 542 mb


01. Fascinating Rhythm
02. Please Stop The Wedding
03. My Friend And I
04. Star Of Eastern Street
05. My Eyes Break Out In Tears
06. Come On Home
07. (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me
08. The Entertainer
09. Perfidia
10. It Was Easier To Hurt Her
11. You Made Me What I Am Today
12. Internal Circle

13. Come On Home (single version) (Bonus Track)
14. Goodbye Blackbird (Bonus Track)
15. The Sun’s So Hot Today (Bonus Track)
16. Pamela Pamela (Bonus Track)
17. Something Keeps Calling Me Back (Bonus Track)
18. 24 Sycamore (Bonus Track)
19. From A Boy To A Man (Bonus Track)
20. The Impossible Years (Bonus Track)
21. In My World (Bonus Track)
22. Gina (Bonus Track)
23. We All Love The Human Race (Bonus Track)
24. Storybook Children (Bonus Track)
25. I Need To Love You (Bonus Track)
26. The World Of Bartholomew (Bonus Track)
27. Mind Excursion (Bonus Track)
28. Never An Everyday Thing (Bonus Track)
29. Dayton Ohio 1903 (Bonus Track)
30. We’re Building A Love (Bonus Track)
31. Charlie Cass (Bonus Track)
32. Give Me Just A Little More Time (Bonus Track)
33. I’m In Love (Bonus Track)

Wayne Fontana's first album following his split with the Mindbenders, 1966's Wayne One, is a curious affair. While the Mindbenders' releases followed the same British Invasion/blue-eyed soul path, Fontana made a headlong rush into the pop world. Featuring the smooth Les Reed Orchestra and top sessioneers like Big Jim Sullivan as backing musicians, the record is a mix of covers of Gershwin tunes, pop ballads like "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me" and "Perfidia," a nice version of "The Entertainer," and some fine self-penned soul weepers. Fontana wails like a man breaking loose from his past and really puts his heart into the songs. When the slick backing is scaled down a bit and the additional vocalists show some grit, like on "Come On Home" or "My Friend and I," he works up quite a head of steam. The best song on the record, where his easy pop aspirations reach their Scott Walker-style apex, is his massive cover of the Bert Berns/Jerry Ragovoy ballad "It Was Easier to Hurt Her." It makes up for the couple of duff tracks like the corny Gershwin song "Please Stop the Wedding," which includes some incomprehensible (and reprehensible) voice-overs, and the melody-free "Internal Circle." Despite the failure of the record at the time, it sounds like a very noble and entertaining effort many years later.

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Chrislennon   User offline   13 April 2016 23:32

Hello Montello!
Can you Upload this album in MP3, Please!

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