Complete 20th Century Fox Recordings Import
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When she moved to 20th Century Fox, I believe her next album was simply better yet. Her debut release, the red-covered "Mary Wells" was a wonderful album! "Never, Never Leave Me", "Use Your Head", and "Everloving Boy" are about the best songs and arrangements she ever did. Flawless voice, if you like smooth and silky; and it seems to exude her own distinctive personality. She followed it up with a jazzy/adult contemporary take on the popular Beatles tunes, titled "Mary Wells Sings Love Songs to the Beatles". They're mostly big-band-ish and very fun, if you like that sort of thing.
David Nathan released the first 20th Century Fox album on Ichiban Classics in 1996, and it was very good. Now on his Soul Music record label, we get all of her material for the label, along with original artwork. Like the earlier re-release, we get the six additonal songs she offered that didn't make it onto an album, and they're all very good. I highly, highly recommend purchasing this!
Her next recording venture was for Atco Records, "The Two Sides of Mary Wells", taking her own shot at contemporary rock and roll on side one, and standards and music-for-movies on side two.Read more ›
'All My Loving" and "Eight Days a Week" are my favorites. Too bad they didn't include in the artwork the 1964 Jet Magazine cover story "What the Beatles Learned From Negroes."
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I am currently reading a book on Mary Wells so it is lovely to have these 20th Century Fox recordings for reference. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thom MG
I loved it,i really enjoyed this,Mary Wells cd's i really liked,and the cd Love Songs,i never the album before,i really enjoyed it.Published on August 29, 2013 by FloyJoy
I thought it would have all of Mary Wells hits, it did not
I was really disappointed. if I hadn't opened it I would have returned it!!
Excellent music for fans of sixties pop. The albums failed due to 20th's lack of promotional or distribution prowess, not due to the music quality. Read morePublished on May 8, 2013 by Russ