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Baby,I Love You [Greatest] CD, Import
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Descriptions du produit
(1996/EMI) 16 titres de 1969 à 1974
Baby, I Love You
Rock Me Gently
Shoot'em Up, Baby
Be My Baby
Oh, Pretty Woman
Baby You're All I Got
Good Good Mornin'
Hang Up Those Rock'n Roll Shoes
Songs I Can Sing Ya
And I Will Sing You To Sleep
Fire Baby, I'm On Fire
Here Comes The Mornin'
You Are My Everything
Rock Me Gently (part 2)
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Amazon is not alone in this little game of deception. ITune's does it, also. Always look at what you are buying before you click the mouse button, as I almost did.
Secondly, contrary to what was reported in one of the editorial reviews, Andy Kim was not the voice of The Archies. That honor went to Ron Dante (read my review of Ron's own CD "Favorites" for more info). Along with producer Jeff Barry, Andy co-composed several songs for The Archies, including the megahit "Sugar, Sugar," which was the #1 record of 1969, and it's possible he MAY have done some background vocals, but that's the extent of his involvement. Still, Andy was, and remains, a shining star in his own right.
Back to the CD. It seems to me that this misnamed "Greatest Hits" compilation is just a regurgitated version of Andy's self-titled 1974 Capitol album, plus three of his earlier hits ("Baby I Love You," "Be My Baby," and "Shoot 'Em Up, Baby") thrown in for good measure. While the "baby" trio makes for fine listening, it isn't enough of a good thing. Where's "Rainbow Ride?" What happened to "So Good Together?" "How'd We Ever Get This Way?" Even "A Friend in the City" and "Tricia Tell Your Daddy" didn't make the cut. Yet we have "Oh Pretty Woman," on which Andy does a great job, but let's face it, that was Roy Orbison's hit, not Andy's. And the final track on the CD, "Rock Me Gently Part II," which is just the instrumental and backgrounds tracks from "Rock Me Gently" (Part I?) and was the original flip side of the single, certainly could have been dispensed with in favor of one of those 1968-69 Steed recordings.
Yet the selections on the CD do underline Andy's immense talents as a songwriter, so that's a bit of a redemption; at least it kept the star tally from going down even further. However, I'm hopeful that a more comprehensive collection of Andy's hits will be released at some point in the future. Until then, there's this one, and it isn't bad. It just isn't enough.
Many years have gone by since, Rock Me Gently, so my memory wasn't very good because my old vinyls have been long gone but I got refreshed with the reviewers help and this nice, Reflections; The Best Of Andy Kim, CD. Sound quality wise I can't give you comparisons between this Disc and the, Andy Kim; Baby I Love You; Greatest Hits, Disc because I don't own the latter one however if you look at the track listing of this, Reflections, CD you will see that this one has the goods and is superior. Not only does this Disc have 1974s, Rock Me Gently, but it also has one of the premier love songs of all time being, Baby I Love You, from 1969, Shoot Em Up Baby, from 1968 and, Be My Baby, from 1970. All four of those songs were chart smashes and all four of those songs are on the, Baby I Love You; Greatest Hits, Disc but where this, Reflections; The Best Of Andy Kim; Disc is amazing is that it also has the excellent songs, How'd We Ever Get This Way, Rainbow Ride, the heartfelt, Tricia Tell Your Daddy, So Good Together, A Friend In The City, It's Your Life, I've Been Moved, the inspirational, Who Has The Answers, and the gorgeous, I Wish I Were, and none of the last nine tunes I listed are on the, Baby I Love You; Greatest Hits, CD and they were ALL very popular. Andy Kim and/or Barron Longfellow fans will remember most if not all of the songs I listed above and as for me I remembered nineteen of them on this Disc. All I had to do was listen to them one time and they all came back to me and I'm sure they will to several of you too. This Disc has twenty five great songs for your listening pleasure including six nice tunes by him as Barron Longfellow from the 1980s and one of them is, Sugar Sugar. (Remember The Archies) Yes; he helped write that song too although he didn't sing it for The Archies but he sings his own version here.
The sound quality is good on this CD and I know his twenty five songs on this Disc are a piece of the past (from 1963 thru 1984) but they all are very good and I still think they appeal to people young and old alike. Also this CD seems to be pretty rare so if you are looking for a good, Best Of, compilation by him; this is it.....Purchase it while you still can.