Mel Carter The Best of Mel Carter

The Best of Mel Carter
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CD Details

  • Released: May 28, 1996
  • Originally Released: 1996
  • Label: Capitol


  • 1.My Heart Sings, (All Of A Sudden)
  • 2.Band Of Gold
  • 3.Be My Love
  • 4.For Once In My Life
  • 5.Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
  • 6.I'll Never Be Free
  • 7.Love Is All We Need
  • 8.Take Good Care Of Her
  • 9.The More I See You
  • 10.You You You

Product Description:

Personnel: Mel Carter (vocals).
Recording information: 10/??/1964-04/13/1967.
Arrangers: Gene Page; George Tipton; Nick DeCaro; Tommy Oliver.
At only ten songs and 24 minutes, this is a bit skimpy, but it does include his Imperial chart singles from the mid-'60s. "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" is the natural highlight, and one that may be best appreciated via its appearance on compilations. ~ Richie Unterberger

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Mel Carter - Music Lover: from FORSTER, NEW SOUTH WALES AU -- January, 21, 2013

I am a little disappointed with the"Best of Mel Carter CD. Sure it has all his classic hits with the gem Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me which I might add was the main reason of getting it in the first place. I was very excited with the CD I couldn't wait to put it in the sound system, stoke it up and to my surprise it was a mono version.
I have the song on another CD in Stereo, my frustration is you have great sound gear and a product that doesn't measure up. Why for the life of me does the record company issure tracks that are mono and some are stereo on the same disc?
All the content by Mel Carter is superb however the quality is very poor.
Can we get a Stereo version of the CD for the 21st century and not live in the pass.
I thought that songs for playing on FM and AM stereo was to be Stereo, the line of mono was for Phil Spector fans.
Is it worth thinking about for new audiences that are bought up on quality sound not the sound of
I was a broadcaster for 40 years and I can remember most of the music of the mid sixities was available in stereo as most albums released from America were mostly in Stereo mode.
A great album but lacking quality (Stereo).
Graeme Spicer

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  • Sales Rank: 21,746
  • UPC: 724383781027
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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