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When you recall what was happening in popular music in 1964, whats the first thing that comes to mind? No matter how you answer that question, Hard To Find Jukebox Classics: 1964 has something for you.
Did you immediately think of the British Invasion? Treat yourself to the worldwide stereo debuts of The Animals The House Of The Rising Sun and Chad & Jeremys Yesterdays Gone. Also, the definitive stereo mix of Dusty Springfields I Only Want To Be With You and hits by The Kinks, Hermans Hermits (new stereo), and faux-British rockers The Chartbusters (Shes The One).
Maybe you thought of the girl-group sound? In that case, check out the stereo debuts of The Ronettes Walking In The Rain and Diane Renays Navy Blue alongside hits by Lesley Gore and The Paris Sisters.
Teen pop? Terry Staffords Top 3 hit Suspicion makes its stereo debut here. Rockabilly? Gene Simmons Haunted House also appears in first-time stereo. Soul music? How about Alvin Cash & The Crawlers Twine Time in brand-new stereo? Folk revival? Traditional pop? Blues? Doo-wop? You name it its all here.
Or did you think of surf and hot-rod groups? If thats your bag, enjoy the stereo debut of The Pyramids Penetration as well as Ronny & The Daytonas G.T.O. and The Ventures WalkDont Run 64.
For the dedicated singles collector, here are the CD debuts of the much-sought-after Across The Street (Is A Million Miles Away) by Ray Peterson and High On A Hill by Scott English.
There was a whole lot going on in 1964, and its all packed into Hard To Find Jukebox Classics: 1964.
Please note: these are only the true, original hit versions a guarantee youll never get from download services like iTunes & Spotify. Hit Parade uses only the best sources, EQ and the correct speeds every track was carefully compared to the original vinyl single. Two of the best reissue audio engineers in the field worked many hours to bring these to you in the absolute highest quality possible. But dont take our word for it: just listen to the SOUND SAMPLES below. You wont believe your ears!
Includes a 12-page booklet with complete song-by-song annotation and liner notes by Greg Adams. 1964 was a great year for music, and it has never sounded as good as this!
– 24 TOP 40 HITS! 29 TRACKS IN ALL (23 IN STEREO), 78 MINUTES OF MUSIC! –
|play||1.||STEREO DEBUTTHE HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN||The Animals||#1||8/64||Stereo*|
|play||2.||ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT||The Kinks||#7||12/64||Mono|
|play||3.||NEW STEREO MIXI ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU||Dusty Springfield||#12||1/64||Stereo|
|play||4.||STEREO DEBUTNAVY BLUE||Diane Renay||#6||1/64||Stereo*|
|play||5.||CD STEREO DEBUTKISS ME SAILOR||Diane Renay||#29||4/64||Stereo|
|play||6.||U.S. STEREO DEBUTWALKING IN THE RAIN||The Ronettes||#23||10/64||Stereo|
|play||7.||DREAM LOVER||The Paris Sisters||#91||6/64||Mono|
|play||8.||WALKDONT RUN 64||The Ventures||#8||7/64||Stereo|
|play||9.||STEREO DEBUTPENETRATION||The Pyramids||#18||2/64||Stereo*|
|play||10.||STEREO DEBUTSUSPICION||Terry Stafford||#3||2/64||Stereo*|
|play||11.||EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY||Dean Martin||#1||6/64||Stereo|
|play||12.||IM INTO SOMETHING GOOD||Hermans Hermits||#13||10/64||Stereo|
|play||13.||STEREO DEBUTYESTERDAYS GONE||Chad & Jeremy||#21||5/64||Stereo|
|play||14.||CD DEBUTSHES THE ONE||The Chartbusters||#33||7/64||Mono|
|play||15.||G.T.O.||Ronny & The Daytonas||#4||8/64||Mono|
|play||16.||THE NAME GAME||Shirley Ellis||#3||12/64||Stereo|
|play||17.||STEREO DEBUTHAUNTED HOUSE||Gene Simmons||#11||8/64||Stereo*|
|play||18.||STEREO DEBUTTWINE TIME||Alvin Cash & The Crawlers||#14||12/64||Stereo*|
|play||19.||HARLEM SHUFFLE||Bob & Earl||#44||12/63||Stereo|
|play||20.||ROCK ME BABY||B.B. King||#34||5/64||Stereo|
|play||21.||STEAL AWAY||Jimmy Hughes||#17||6/64||Mono|
|play||22.||UM, UM, UM, UM, UM, UM||Major Lance||#5||1/64||Stereo|
|play||23.||MOUNTAIN OF LOVE||Johnny Rivers||#9||10/64||Stereo|
|play||24.||U.S. CD DEBUTTHE FRENCH SONG||Lucille Starr||#54||5/64||Stereo|
|play||25.||TODAY||The New Christy Minstrels||#17||4/64||Stereo|
|play||26.||WALK AWAY||Matt Monro||#23||11/64||Stereo|
|play||27.||U.S. CD DEBUTACROSS THE STREET (Is A Million Miles Away)||Ray Peterson||#106||12/64||Stereo|
|play||28.||CD DEBUTHIGH ON A HILL||Scott English||#77||2/64||Mono|
|play||29.||YOU DONT OWN ME||Lesley Gore||#2||2/64||Stereo|
|*This track is presented in Digitally Extracted Stereo (DES), a technological advance that uses the original mono recording to produce an authentic stereo listening experience. Click here for more details|
Chart positions taken from Joel Whitburns Record Research series of Billboard chart books.