Bobby Vee The Very Best of Bobby Vee [EMI 2008]

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CD Details

  • Released: May 12, 2008
  • Label: Emd Int'l

Tracks:

  • 1.Rubber Ball
  • 2.More Than I Can Say
  • 3.Take Good Care of My Baby
  • 4.The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
  • 5.Stayin' In
  • 6.Run To Him
  • 7.How Many Tears
  • 8.Please Don't Ask About Barbara
  • 9.Sharing You
  • 10.A Forever Kind of Love
  • 11.Bobby Tomorrow
  • 12.What Do You Want
  • 13.Devil Or Angel
  • 14.Charms
  • 15.Come Back When You Grow Up
  • 16.My Girl / Hey Girl
  • 17.Tears On My Pillow
  • 18.Raining In My Heart
  • 19.Baby Face
  • 20.Summertime Blues
  • 21.Oh, Boy!
  • 22.Sweet Little Sixteen
  • 23.Everyday
  • 24.True Love Ways
  • 25.It Might As Well Rain Until September
  • 26.Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  • 27.Poetry In Motion

Product Description:

Liner Note Author: Bob Celli.
Starting out as a sort of low-cal version of Buddy Holly with the release of the "Rubber Ball" single in 1960, Bobby Vee had the looks, the voice, the hair and, most of all, the good sense to work with the Brill Building's finest and not rock the boat as he wracked up hit after hit in the first couple of years of the '60s, each one impeccably arranged and conceived. Along came the Beatles, of course, and everything on the pop music landscape changed overnight, but Vee had his run and made the most of it. This generous single-disc collection has all of his essential high points, including "Rubber Ball," the classic "Take Good Care of My Baby" from 1961, a beautifully orchestrated and arranged "Raining in My Heart," also from 1961, the brilliant "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" from 1962 and Vee's late decade "comeback" single from 1967, "Come Back When You Grow Up," all of which make this a fine and generous introduction to an unsung but frequently interesting and always professional singer. ~ Steve Leggett

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  • Sales Rank: 93,797
  • UPC: 5099921322921
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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