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  • Audio CD (March 10, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collectables
  • ASIN: B0000008BT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #372,469 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lucille
2. 500 Miles
3. If I Were You
4. Pretty Mary
5. Trouble In Mind
6. A World Without Love
7. Tell Me How
8. You Don't Have To Tell Me
9. Leave My Woman Alone
10. All My Trials
11. Last Night I Woke
12. I Don't Want To See You Again
13. Nobody I Know
14. My Babe
15. Willow Garden
16. Two Little Love Birds
17. Land Of Oden
18. Freight Train
19. Love Me, Baby
20. Soft As The Dawn
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Editorial Reviews

Their first two albums from 1964 and 1965, respectively! Includes Nobody I Know plus the two hit title tracks.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Tiefenbacher on September 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Peter and Gordon have been unjustly ignored in the annals of rock history in general and in the assessment of the British invasion in particular. This could be attributable to the sorry state of their recorded canon on CD, which up until the three Collectable twofer collections, comprised a long series of very nice but generally redundant greatest-hits CDs. Unfortunately, Collectables barely exceeded the minimum amount of effort in creating their reissues, for whatever reason.

As is obvious from most of their product, Collectables doesn't have a lot of money for graphics or design. Their approach on licensed product from major labels indicates they also try to save on the total number of tracks, rarely exceeding 24. (Sadly, Capitol never did a P&G "Definitive Collection" like they did with their other British invasion acts, which took full advantage of the CD capacity, often with 30 or 31 songs.) Each of the three discs in their Peter & Gordon reissues adheres to this rule of thumb, as if this will somehow fulfill any possible collectors' needs. Collectables obviously chose to only consider reissuing the six Capitol LPs that charted on Billboard's Top 200. Their other four Capitol albums were skipped: their fifth, 1966's "Peter and Gordon Sing The Hits of Nashville, Tennessee" (which preceded "Lady Godiva" by about a month) and their final three, 1967's "Knight In Rusty Armor" (featuring two of the "bonus" tracks from these three CDs, "Knight in Rusty Armor" and "To Show I Love You") and "In London For Tea" (featuring the other two "bonus" tracks, "Sunday For Tea" and "The Jokers"), and 1968's "Hot, Cold and Custard," (their final hurrah, an adventurous LP which was critically acclaimed and incredibly hard to find).
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By ClassWar on April 4, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Hello,

When I was a child ,Peter and Gordons album ,I DON'T WANT TO SEE YOU AGAIN ,was the first album I ever owned. While the album sports 2 fine LENON/McCARTNEY originals ,the song that haunted me for about forty years is ,THE LAND OF ODEN. That song was the reason for my purchase.

The service/delivery of this product and others ,is good. I live in a complex that has very small personal mailboxes. Usually ,I have to wait for a note from the mailman ,telling me my packages have been delivered to the main office. One of the albums I ordered came packaged without the bulk, and fit nicely into my personal mailbox. Sounds trivial ,but to me it was a final detail that made online shopping a good experience.

Thank you

ClassWar
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Believe it or not, I'm actually a Peter & Gordon fan, and I actually thought that they released quite a bit of well performed, well recorded music. Collectables is nice enough to package 2 original albums on 1 CD; it's too bad they didn't bother to do a decent remaster or give any consideration to the packaging. The sound is all midrange and you can barely discern what the original 12" covers looked like. Go find the original vinyl. It will cost you more, but you will be much happier.
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