CD The Best of Chris Farlowe: Ride on Baby (CD 7042138),
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The Best of Chris Farlowe: Ride on Baby

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Fool, The
    2. Treat Her Good
    3. Think
    4. Don't Just Look At Me
    5. Out of Time
    6. Baby Make It Soon
    7. Ride On Baby
    8. Headlines
    9. My Way of Giving
    10. You're So Good For Me
    11. Yesterday's Papers
    12. Life Is But Nothing
    13. Who Can I Turn To
    14. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    15. Yesterday
    16. I'm Free
    17. Lipstick Traces
    18. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Moanin'
    2. What Have I Been Doing
    3. Handbags and Gladrags
    4. Everyone Makes a Mistake
    5. Last Goodbye, The
    6. Paperman Fly In the Sky
    7. Paint It Black
    8. I Just Need Your Lovin'
    9. Dawn
    10. April Was the Month
    11. Mr Pitiful
    12. In the Midnight Hour
    13. My Colouring Book
    14. North, South, East, West
    15. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
    16. What Becomes of the Broken Hearted
    17. My Girl Josephine
    18. We're Doing Fine
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ATOM2035

  • Credits

    Photographer: Rex Features.
    Chris Farlowe began his career with the John Henry Skiffle Group in 1957, began to find his voice as a blue-eyed soul singer with the Johnny Burns Rhythm & Blues Quartet, joined the Thunderbirds for five singles on the Columbia label, released a wonderful version of "Stormy Monday Blues" under the pseudonym of Little Joe Cook, and finally signed with Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records imprint. Oldham, then the manager of the Rolling Stones, understood how to expand an opportunity when he could, and his label released five singles with Farlowe bringing his dramatic and soulful singing to bear on various Rolling Stones songs, "Paint It, Black," "Think," "Ride on Baby," "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," and "Out of Time," which topped the U.K. singles chart in 1966. Farlowe also released ten other non-Stones related singles, most notably a version of Mike D'Abo's "Handbags and Gladrags," and it is from this Immediate Records period that this set is drawn. Farlowe was a fine singer, and if he didn't grow to be an international star, he certainly deserved it. The heart of his legacy is here. ~ Steve Leggett

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