The Tams Hey Girl Dont Bother Me (Anthology)

Hey Girl Dont Bother Me (Anthology)
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  • Originally Released: 1998
  • Label: Half Moon Uk


  • 1.Hey Girl Don't Bother Me - (studio)
  • 2.Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy - (studio)
  • 3.I've Been Hurt - (studio)
  • 4.Go Away Little Girl - (studio)
  • 5.It's All Right (You're Just In Love) - (studio)
  • 6.Letter, The - (studio)
  • 7.Laugh It Off - (studio)
  • 8.Greatest Love, The - (studio)
  • 9.You Lied To Your Daddy - (studio)
  • 10.Shelter - (studio)
  • 11.All My Hard Times - (studio)
  • 12.Weep Little Girl - (studio)
  • 13.What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am) - (studio)
  • 14.Silly Little Girl - (studio)
  • 15.Anna (Go To Him) - (studio)
  • 16.Melancholy Baby - (studio)
  • 17.Riding For A Fall - (studio)
  • 18.Got To Get Used To A Broken Heart - (studio)
  • 19.Truth Hurts, The - (studio)
  • 20.Why Did My Little Girl Cry - (studio)
  • 21.Get Away (Leave Me Alone) - (studio)
  • 22.Untie Me - (studio)

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This budget priced collection of 22 songs by Atlanta, Georgia's '60s pop and soul group the Tams includes "Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy," "It's All Right (You're Just In Love)," and "Got To Get Used To A Broken Heart."
The Tams, led by the gravel-tinged voice of Joseph Pope, were one of the most consistent of 1960s pop-soul groups, and have been long overdue for a critical reappraisal. Beginning with "Untie Me" (written by Joe South) in 1962, the Tams hit the charts at intervals with "What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am)" in 1963, "Hey Girl Don't Bother Me" in 1964, and the sublime "Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy" in 1968. This fine collection has all of those hits plus solid tracks like "You Lied to Your Daddy," "Shelter" (another Joe South tune), and "Weep Little Girl," which exudes tons of charm, even as the vocals ride over an almost impossibly contorted rhythm. Sounding at times like a rougher version of the Impressions, the Tams are well worth seeking out, and this anthology makes a perfect place to start. ~ Steve Leggett

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The Kings of Beach Music! Music Lover: from BRONX, NY US -- November, 7, 2014

With the exception of the drifters, no other group in the 1960's captivated the beach sound better than the Tams! Hearing gravel voice Joe Pope sing "Untie me, What kind of fool and Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy sent the whole eastern seaboard of the United States into a frenzy! Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was like a second home to the Tams and I felt the group gave their best concert performances there! Buying this CD will bring back a lot of memories and I bet a lot of people who heard the Tams back in the day were doing the shag! That's a dance, folks!

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  • UPC: 008811181925
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