Before They Were Hits, Volume 3

by Various Artists
Before They Were Hits, Volume 3
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CD Details

  • Released: May 24, 2005
  • Label: Triple Crown

Tracks:

  • 1.I'm Gonna Make You Mine - Tony Romeo
  • 2.On Broadway - The Cookies
  • 3.Baby Workout [Original Demo] - Jackie Wilson
  • 4.Turn Around Look at Me - Glen Campbell, Glen Campbell
  • 5.Can't You See (Never Let You Go)
  • 6.Woman Woman - Jimmy Payne
  • 7.Make Me Your Baby [Original Demo]
  • 8.Candida - The Corporation
  • 9.Love Me With All of Your Heart - Newports
  • 10.War - The Temptations
  • 11.Johnny Angel [Original Demo]
  • 12.Only You (And You Alone) [Original Version] - The Platters
  • 13.You Can't Sit Down - Phil Upchurch
  • 14.You're No Good - Dee Dee Warwick
  • 15.We Gotta Get Out of This Place - Barry Mann
  • 16.Chapel of Love - The Ronettes
  • 17.Weekend in New England - Randy Edelman
  • 18.Take Good Care of My Baby [Original Demo] - Carole King
  • 19.Native New Yorker - Frankie Valli
  • 20.Killing Me Softly - Lori Lieberman
  • 21.Yeah Man (Sweet Soul Music) - Sam Cooke
  • 22.Mama Told Me Not to Come - Randy Newman
  • 23.We're Acting Like Lovers - Kenni Woods
  • 24.Thou Shalt Not Steal - The Newbeats
  • 25.So Long (Good Goodbye) - Corvettes, Corvettes

Product Description:

The third in a series that collects songs in their original versions by often unknown artists that later became huge hits for other artists, Before They Were Hits, Vol. 3 presents some fascinating comparisons. The Cookies' original version of "On Broadway," for instance, is much lighter and jazzier than the hit rendition by the Drifters, while Dee Dee Warwick's original "You're No Good" is a good deal spunkier and more taunting than the hit version by Linda Ronstadt. The wry humor of "Mama Told Me Not to Come" is much more apparent in Randy Newman's version than in the hit rendition by Three Dog Night, while Carole King's solo piano demo of "Take Good Care of My Baby" shows how much of her phrasing Bobby Vee borrowed for his hit version. Serious pop collectors and archivists will love this collection. ~ Steve Leggett

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  • Sales Rank: 107,678
  • UPC: 741117613027
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