Ferry Cross the Mersey: Best of Import
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Sound quality will be an issue for audiophiles, as there is fairly prominent tape hiss throughout. There are also no liner notes to speak of.
If you're a hardcore Gerry Marsden fan, this CD is not an unwelcome addition to your collection (it is the most complete CD issue of his early-80s studio sessions), but the casual fan looking for 60s nostalgia is better off with the British imports "The Very Best of..." or "At Abbey Road", or the American-released "The Definitive Collection"--all superb compilations of the Pacemakers' finest 1960s material, containing everything all but the most loyal fan will need.
(Beware that this CD has been re-issued with an identical catalogue number and track listing, but a different cover image of the four Pacemakers sitting on steps outdoors.)
You'll Never Walk Alone
A Whiter Shade of Pale
House of the Rising Sun
And more music you never heard these guys sing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dont buy this album
Worst versions ever,..This is a reissue of bands catalogue, but a shame the way Sanctuary threat this band.
This is a talented band singing great covers of many great hits. There are even two religious songs which are really good too. Way to go--Gerry and the Pacemakers!Published on September 25, 2012 by Jill Sailer