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Hard to Find 45s on CD, Volume 6: More Sixties Classics Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (October 30, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Eric Records
  • ASIN: B00005Q6Q4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,479 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lightnin' Strikes - Lou Christie
2. Every Day I Have To Cry - Steve Alaimo
3. Everybody - Tommy Roe
4. Tobacco Road - Nashville Teens
5. Black Is Black - Los Bravos
6. My Boy Lollipop - Millie Small
7. Hold Me Tight - Johnny Nash
8. Pata Pata - Miriam Makeba (Stereo Single Version)
9. Nothing But A Heartache - The Flirtations
10. (Just Like) Romeo & Juliet - The Reflections
11. (Down At) Papa Joe's - The Dixiebelles
12. A Kookie Little Paradise - Jo Ann Campbell (Stereo CD Debut)
13. Sailor (Your Home Is The Sea)- Lolita (Stereo U.S. Single Version)
14. Rumors - Johnny Crawford
15. Laurie (Strange Things Happen) - Dickey Lee
16. I'm Leaving It Up To You - Dale & Grace
17. Walk Away Renee - The Left Banke
18. Master Jack - Four Jacks And A Jill (Original Mono Single Version)
19. Witchi Tai To - Everything Is Everything
20. Guantanamera - The Sandpipers
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Includes My Boy Lollipop Millie Small; Hold Me Tight Johnny Nash; A Kookie Little Paradise Jo Ann Campbell (first time on CD!); Sailor Lolita (first-time stereo, single version!); Witchi Tai To Everything Is Everything; Laurie (Strange Things Happen) Dickey Lee, and more.

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The CD was great the service was fast and as promised!
cherrilla
This collection has far more great songs than most of the predecessors in this series.
Eric V. Moye
The sound quality is excellent, even on the cuts that are in mono.
Sixties Music Fan

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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Eric V. Moye on November 30, 2002
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As noted, this is a collection of songs which we are unlikely to find elsewhere. For those huge fans of '50's and 60's music such as myself, this collection is aimed at folks like us.
My lament about other volumes in this series is that the marketers put too few songs like that on each disc of this collection, with the hope we true fanatics would buy a bunch of discs for one or two songs on each one. This collection has far more great songs than most of the predecessors in this series.
Unlike other volumes in this series, there is not too much filler here. This volume has the kind of value which will appeal to the casual fans of the genre as well as the most fanatical of us. I am not sure that anywhere I have seen "Nothing but a Heartache" by the Flirtations, Millie Small's "My Boy Lollipop", Chris Montez's "The More I See You.", "Pata Pata" by Miriam Makeba and one of my favorites, "Just Like Romeo & Juliet" by The Reflections. The first and the last of these I have never seen on disc anywhere. These make this worth the price of admission for me. Doubtless, other fans will have their own two or three favorites, all different.
Superb recreations of some great recordings. Worth the price.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By geatornez82 on April 25, 2003
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I found this while looking for "Walk Away Renee" by the Left Banke. This is a great CD, although I'm inclined to say some songs like "Lightning Strikes" by Lou Christie, isn't *that* hard to find as "Laurie" by Dickey Lee (and let's face it, ANYTHING by Dickey Lee is hard to find!) The great moments on this disc are the two songs mentioned above, as well as "My Boy Lollipop" by Millie Small, "Nothing But a Heartache" by the Flirtations (which I had been looking for for quite some time), and "Rumors" by Johnny Crawford. This disc is worth it.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Matthew G. Sherwin HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 27, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Hard to Find 45s on CD, Volume 6: More 60's Classics has some very good old tune that used to make thee airwaves sizzle back in the day! These songs are presented here in incredibly good sound; and the artwork is very nicely done. This is certainly a must-have for fans of the "oldies but goodies!"

"Lightnin' Strikes" by Lou Christie starts the CD off with a huge hit; and this is a fine song by Lou Christie. He sings this so very well; his excellent diction helps his performance even further. The female backup chorus works wonders for this rock and roll tune and the melody is very catchy and pretty at once. Tommy Roe also kicks in his own contribution with his hit "Everybody;" "Everybody" showcases Tommy's fine voice--and I can't figure out why he didn't have more hits in his day! Tommy Roe could really sing. In addition, there's also Los Bravos doing their "Black Is Black;" I predict that you will recognize this tune even if you don't remember the title of this classic 1960s rock song. "Black Is Black" is easily a major highlight of this album; Los Bravos was a very talented group indeed!

Millie Small sings her tune called "My Boy Lollipop;" this song celebrates the joys of young love and the harmonica really works well for the musical arrangement. "My Boy Lollipop" is a peppy little tune that you won't forget anytime soon! The Reflections also do a great job on "(Just Like) Romeo & Juliet." "(Just Like) Romeo & Juliet" compares a modern day love affair to the story of Romeo and Juliet--and this tune has quite a fine beat to make it snazzy, too! The Dixiebelles also do a wonderful job on "(Down At) Papa Joe's;" this rock ballad has just enough of a Dixieland flavor to it to make this a very, very major highlight of this album. Great!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Zub VINE VOICE on November 30, 2001
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Eric Records continues its outstanding series of "Hard-To-Find 45's..." and shows the big guys how it should be done. Here in volume six are a generous 21 tracks of 60's singles with many of them seldom, if ever, found on other compilation CD's. Best of all is the appearance of first-time stereo mixes of JoAnn Campbell's "Kookie Little Paradise" and Lolita's "Sailor (Your Home is the Sea)".

Sound quality is excellent overall with all tracks except 2-4,6,11,16,18 in stereo. And here, even the mono cuts that are often fairly miserable in other compilations are as good as you're going to find. The eight-page liner notes booklet contains background on the included artists and tracks. Great stuff from a small label.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on October 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Eric Records' on-going series of CDs provides a treasure trove of once-popular radio hits that are often surprisingly difficult to find on CD. The producers at Eric combine golden ears with Holmesian detective work in tracking down high quality masters - often in rare stereo - for hit singles that have often become little more than ephemeral memories in the CD era. This volume is perhaps their strongest, with both top-charting hits (Lou Christie's "Lightnin' Strikes" in glorious stereo, Dale & Grace's post-Don & Dewey, pre-Donny & Marie, chart-topping "I'm Leaving it All Up to You," Millie Small's ska-hit "My Boy Lollipop," and The Left Banke's baroque tear-jerker "Walk Away Renee," again in stereo) and lesser remembered, but no less worthy radio hits.

Tommy Roe's rockabilly-styled "Everybody" doesn't get the current spins of "Dizzy" but it's easily as good. Similarly for Johnny Nash's fine ska side, "Hold Me Tight" - a song that lives in the commercial (literally) shadow of his later success, "I Can See Clearly Now." Steve Alaimo's blue-eyed cover of Arthur Alexander's "Every Day I Have to Cry" just missed the top-40 (#46 in 1963), but it certainly deserves to be spun with the best of The Righteous Brothers and others of the era.

The album is filled with fantastic one-hit wonders, including South African inspired tunes from Miriam Makeba ("Pata Pata") and Four Jacks and a Jill ("Master Jack"), The Flirtations horn-heavy soul classic "Nothing But a Heartache" and The Reflections "(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet" (better known to many in its Nuggets incarnation by Michael & The Messengers).
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