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  • CD (12 décembre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Salvo
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Breakaway
  2. Long Live Love
  3. Shattered
  4. Oh, What Night
  5. (Life Is A Rock) But The Radio Rolled Me
  6. Move Over Darling
  7. Bobby's Girl
  8. They Don't Know
  9. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear
  10. You Broke My Heart In 17 Places
  11. I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten
  12. Dancing In The Dark
  13. The B-Side
  14. Move Over Darling (Extended Version)
  15. My Guy
  16. Thinking Of Running Away

Disque : 2

  1. You Caught Me Out
  2. Little By Little
  3. Baby I Lied
  4. Terry
  5. Bad Motorcycle
  6. Loving You Is Easy
  7. Sunglasses
  8. If I Had You
  9. Helpless
  10. Where The Boys Are
  11. Give Him A Great Big Kiss
  12. I Know What Boys Like
  13. Candy
  14. Sunglasses (Extended Version)
  15. Falling In And Out Of Love
  16. Helpless (Extended Version)
  17. Instrumentally Helpless
  18. I Don't Want Our Loving To Die
  19. Little Red Riding Hood (Previously Unreleased)
  20. Alone

Descriptions du produit

From the release of Nick Lowe s Heart Of The City/So it Goes in 1976, to its debt ridden demise in 1986, Stiff Records discovered, nurtured and promoted a succession of seminal British acts, including Ian Dury, Elvis Costello, Madness, Kirsty MacColl and the Pogues. However, only one Stiff act ever achieved a top ten placing in the US Billboard charts and that, strangely enough, was Tracey Ullman. A multi-talented entertainer, Tracey was a significant presence in the UK singles chart between March 1983 and October 1984 on Stiff Records. Melody Maker described her retro 50s/60s sound as somewhere between Minnie Mouse and the Supremes as she rattled off a string of irresistible, pure pop nuggets and two highly successful albums. For the very first time, this collection brings together all Tracey s Stiff recordings.

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The ultimate Tracey Ullman compilation 14 janvier 2011
Par Peter Durward Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sub-titled the complete Stiff recordings, this collection contains all the tracks from Tracey's two albums, plus any tracks from the A sides and B sides of her singles that weren't on those albums. It also contains extended versions of three tracks. One UK reviewer pointed out that other extended versions of other tracks exist too, and therefore the sub-title is wrong. Another UK reviewer suggests that an extended mix is not actually a different recording, so the sub-title is correct. Whatever the argument, most people will be happy to have every song that Tracey ever recorded for Stiff in one package. As it appears that Tracey has not recorded any music before or since her time with Stiff, this double CD contains everything except those extra remixes.

I remember that at the time of its original release, I particularly enjoyed Tracey's debut album (You broke my heart in 17 places, the first 13 tracks of CD 1 here). It was an obvious throwback to an earlier era, yet the sound was updated just enough to appeal to a younger audience while retaining enough of the original spirit to draw in some older fans too. Tracey`s second album (You caught me out, the first 18 tracks of CD 2 here) didn`t excite me in the same way at the time of its release, but over the years I have come to appreciate it. I think maybe the first album was of such a high standard that I expected too much of the follow-up at the time.

Tracey first achieved fame in her native Britain as a comedienne, then had a brief career as a pop singer before moving to America, where she resumed her career as a comedienne. The public are always suspicious of established celebrities becoming pop singers, but make no mistake, Tracey can sing. She knew her limitations and worked within them effectively and well. It may also have helped that success in pop music wasn't that important to her, so she just enjoyed it while it held her interest.

Tracey's biggest hit, They don't know, was a cover of a song by the brilliant Kirsty MacColl, whose own version of the song had mysteriously flopped. Tracey took the song to number two in the UK and number eight in the USA. It went to number one in Norway and several other countries. After that Kirsty supplied Tracey with other songs - You broke my heart in 17 places, Terry and You caught me out.

Tracey had other hits in the UK, all covers. Breakaway (Jackie De Shannon) peaked at four. Move over darling peaked at eight in Britain just as Doris Day's original had done although neither made the USA charts. Sunglasses was first recorded by Skeeter Davis but was quickly covered by Sandy Posey. My guy was originally written and recorded by Madness as My girl. The minor hit Helpless is a Motown song originally recorded by Kim Weston.

Tracey recorded many other covers of songs from the late fifties to the early eighties including Long live love (Sandie Shaw), I close my eyes and count to ten (Dusty Springfield), Bobby's girl (a top three hit in the USA for Marcie Blaine and in the UK for Susan Maughan), Shattered (Sandy Posey), Where the boys are (Connie Francis), Life is a rock but the radio rolled me (Reunion), I'm always touched by your presence dear (Blondie), Give him a great big kiss (Shangri Las), I don't want our loving to die (the Herd), Bad motorcycle (Storey sisters), I know what boys want (Waitresses), If I had you (Korgis) and Falling in and out of love (Sinceros).
The only previously unreleased track, Little Red Riding Hood, is based on the classic children's story and is certainly different from anything else here. It apparently began as a sketch in the TV series Three of a kind, in which the three co-stars were Tracey Ullman, Lenny Henry and David Copperfield.

Tracey also co-wrote some of the songs here, though I admit that I prefer to hear her sing covers. Tracey's music is upbeat, fun, music not to be taken too seriously but Tracey is no mere novelty singer. This is great party music but can be enjoyed in any setting.
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Finally, Tracey Ullman's *complete* Stiff recordings - all in one place! 29 décembre 2010
Par Invisiboy2001 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off, know that the first disc in this set is the same as the 2007 version of "You Broke My Heart in 17 Places". (The only difference is the artwork.) If you have that CD, you already own half this boxed set. Of course, the clincher here is the first-ever CD release of Tracey Ullman's second (and final) album, the underperforming "You Caught Me Out" -- complete with bonus tracks, which include a previously unreleased song. While the second disc cannot stack against the first in terms of overall awesomeness, it's a worthy addition to anyone's Tracey Ullman music collection. The packaging is quite nice also, with lots of color photos of Ullman and a big booklet packed with information. This is the only Tracey Ullman collection you'll need because it contains all her music.
Beautiful Vocals 16 juin 2013
Par C. Gregory - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Anyone who has ever seen Tracey on her show on Fox (or other shows like it) will already know the girl can sing. I didn't really know the song "They Don't Know" was by her at the time. I just remember picking up a cassette (shut up I know I'm old lol) I believe it was the Heart of Rock N' Roll, called that because it featured only female artists. I looked at the tracklist and liked every song that was on there (I have never seen this on cd since). So when it got to her song I realized she sounded a bit more familiar than I thought. So I looked at the info in the booklet, and was surprised. Well surprised that she had a hit song that wasn't comedy (as I knew already she could sing/perform) so now that I am older and have a large cd collection, I wanted to add some of the older stuff that I could find. I thought I'd find her debut album or whatever, but I found this instead.

Basically you get two albums (plus some bonus tracks) worth of Tracey. I didn't know what to expect. as I loved the one song that I had heard. But I didn't know what her "style" was or what her motivations would be. It seems she had a healthy love of 60s songs. I can feel influences of some of the great 60s vocalists here, and her remake of the Waitresses song "I Know What Boys Like" is pretty great too. Her sound is very much based in the 60s (think Martha Reeves and Dusty Springfield) but she also has a bit of that 80s sound. There was a bit of mixing older decades with the 80s at one point, and some things worked such as Billy Joel's Innocent Man (the 50s) and of course They Don't Know (the 60s) so if you are a fan of the 60s or 80s girl sound (as well as a bit of Grease added in) then you can't go wrong with this. I like her voice (though the book describes her vocals as lightweight...I don't agree...the material fits her voice rather well). And the songs on here (some are remakes ... and most remakes suck but she seems to pick songs she has a connection to) It all works. a Great collection...I'd recommend it to anyone who is a Tracey fan (as it's nice to hear a straight song (rather than comedy) and anyone who is fans of the 60s and 80s. It's a definite must have.
THEY DON'T KNOW how good she really is! 14 janvier 2014
Par Hernando DeSoto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is one of my favorite albums. I spilled a drink on my first copy and so, even though the discs were unscathed, I bought another copy. This version has all of Tracey's hits and a few covers that were good enough to have been hits. "They Don't Know", even though it is an eighties record is one of the best girl group records of all time. "Move Over Darling" is a cover of a U.S. flop by Doris Day with the Blossoms. Tracey is better here than Doris. "Helpless" was a mild hit for Kim Weston that was leter covered by Manhattan Transfer. Tracy follows the Manhattan Transfer Version but this song still belongs to Kim. I also loved Tracey's take on "Give Him a Great Big Kiss" (The Shangri-Las). and Life is a rock (but the radio rolled me). Slick Pop from a Very Talented Lady.
Tracey Ullman is awesome as a singer! 17 août 2015
Par JFC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I love this CD. I bought what amounts to disc one of this particular set back in about 1984 via the cassette format. I was greatly surprised with Tracy Ullman's singing voice given the fact that I was only familiar with her work as a comedienne. I loved her songs way back then, and I love her songs on this collective works right now. Great tunes and an awesome singer to be sure!
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