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Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 2008.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Distant Shores
  2. Ain't It Nice [Unedited Version]
  3. When Your Love Has Gone
  4. Homeward Bound
  5. The Way You Look Tonight
  6. Morning
  7. You Are She
  8. Everyone's Gone to the Moon
  9. I Won't Cry
  10. Early Mornin' Rain
  11. Don't Make Me Do It
  12. Last Night [#][*]
  13. Teenage Failure [#][*]
  14. Anytime [#][*]
  15. Your Mama's out of Town [#][*]
  16. You've Got Your Troubles (I've Got Mine) [#][*]
  17. Wonderful Land [#][*][Instrumental]
  18. Sticks and Stones [#][*]
  19. Sixpence [#][*]
  20. Love Is Strange [#][*]
  21. If You Need Somebody [#][*]
  22. When Your Love Has Gone [Early Version][#][*]
  23. Distant Shores [French Version][#][*]
  24. You Are She [French Version][#][*]


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 20, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony / Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B0010SGSWK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,183,730 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Sundazed has done it again. Easily the best reissue label in America (and that includes Rhino, who put out loads of crass product), they've put together an awesome CD here. Chad & Jeremy were one of the best of the British Invasion acts. Surprising? Not really, when you consider the quality of their music. I saw the duo in concert in the mid-80s at one of those "British Invasion Revival" tours, and Chad & Jeremy were far and away the best act on the bill. Pick up this CD.
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This is a reissue of their 3rd album with a LOT of bonus tracks added.Listening to these warm,sunny pop tunes takes me back to a youth I'll always treasure.God bless Chad and Jeremy.....
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Probably the best compilation of C&J. From the first track - Distant Shores the quality of the album just gets better and better. We all remember the duo's appearance on Batman 'The Cat's Meow'/'The Bat's Kow Tow' Just as you get to enjoy 'Distant Shores' Catwoman steals their voices! Also there was an edited version of 'Teenage Failure' during the closing scenes of part two. You can now hear the full versions of both songs! There is even a French version of 'Distant Shores' and 'You Are She'. Other great tracks are 'Early Mornin' Rain' which is quite different from the Elvis version. 'Sixpence' is also enjoyable.
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Several gems among the minor works, including the first PUNK song ever, 1965's "Teenage Failure." Also, their best song but never found on any best-of cd, "Everybody's Gone To The Moon."
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To really hear ALL of the music over its entire range, you have to go vinyl. CD and MP3 will never capture the full range of music you will hear on the vinyl LP. This collection of their songs is really great and the quality of the vinyl LP playback is superb.
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I loved this album as a teenager - so I was ecstatic to find it reproduced here. Wonderful, beautiful, fun - it's just a great representation of its time and everyone should get the chance to enjoy it!
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Hard to believe this album got by me in the 60s because I did like C&J back then. Better late than never though. I've played this cd countless times since getting it a few weeks ago. Really good stuff!
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This was Chad & Jeremy's Summer of '66 album that contained their last real hit, the title tune. This is also their fifth album, their third for Columbia after the two for World Artists (Yesterday's Gone & Chad & Jeremy Sing For You). From the beginning Chad & Jeremy straddled folk and pop music and were not afraid to tackle songs from the Great American Songbook long before this became hip, and even had hits with Willow Weep for Me and If I Loved You. Columbia seemed to feel that their niche would be in this direction, as a mellow, easy listening act, and unlike most other British Invasion groups, they got considerable airplay on easy listening stations. At the same time they were wise enough to allow them to keep their folky sound and to compose much of their own material.

This album sums up this approach by their label, a collection of mellow, tuneful and relaxing music. In this sense it's a bit out of step with the year of its release, 1966, which was the year pop got more experimental with albums like Blond On Blonde, Revolver, Aftermath, In My Life, Sunshine Superman and Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme. Of course Chad & Jeremy caught up with the experimental trend with their next two albums, but the fact that Distant Shores wasn't earthshaking does not prevent it from being a perfectly enjoyable release. The soft and gentle blend of their voices is accompanied by thoughtful arrangements, and even when strings are added they never overwhelm. There are a few covers, which I find unnecessary for a group of their stature, but they always do an excellent job with their cover versions, so there's no complaint.
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