16.You Can't Come Home Again (If You Leave Me Now)
18.It's Your Day Today
19.The Day That Lorraine Came Down
20.Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
Photographer: Dezo Hoffmann.
A native Texan, P.J. Proby had to relocate to England to find musical success, and he did it just as the British Invasion era was starting, finding the charts with energetic and soulful songs like "Hold Me." Proby was hardly a jingle jangle mop-top, though, and he had a strong theatrical side to his singing style, and he soon was sounding more like Tom Jones than any of the Beatles. This collection has several early tracks from Proby's EMI years (1961 to 1972), including "Hold Me," and features a whole lot of Proby singing in his Broadway musical style.
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