CD The Definitive Collection [Bay City Rollers] [CD] [1 disc] [4988017610824] (CD 1262086), Audio Other
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The Definitive Collection [Bay City Rollers] [CD] [1 disc] [4988017610824]


  • 1. Saturday Night
    2. Keep on Dancing (Single Version)
    3. Remember (Sha la la) (Single Version)
    4. Shang a Lang
    5. Summer Love Sensation
    6. Bye Bye Baby
    7. Give a Little Love
    8. All of Me Loves All of You
    9. Money Honey
    10. Love Me Like I Love You
    11. Rock and Roll Love Letter
    12. I Only Want to Be With You
    13. Yesterday's Hero (Single Version)
    14. Rock 'N Roller
    15. Dedication (Single Version)
    16. It's a Game
    17. You Made Me Believe in Magic
    18. Way I Feel Tonight
    19. Turn on the Radio (Single Version)
    20. Wouldn't You Like It
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BVCM-37334

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Leslie McKeown, Stuart "Woody" Wood, Derek Longmuir, Alan Longmuir, Eric Faulkner, Ian Mitchell, Pat McGlynn.
    Producers include: Bill Martin, Phil Coulter, Phil Wainman, Muff Winwood, Johnathan King.
    Includes liner notes by Lisa Sutton.
    Digitally remastered by Seth Foster (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York).
    Although it took 10 years for five Edinburgh teens to achieve U.S. success, the Bay City Rollers finally exploded in a big way in early 1976. Though their successful run would be short-lived, the band released a string of notable pop singles that are collected here.
    After hitting the UK charts, the group played on the debut of "Howard Cosell's Saturday Night Live." This was their equivalent to the Beatles' "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance, and "Saturday Night" shot to No.1. "Money Honey," another U.S. smash, is slightly heavier with a great guitar riff. "Rock and Roll Love Letter" and "Yesterday's Hero" are upbeat, fun and danceable tracks, while "Rock 'N Roller" features the Rollers trading vocals on their most rocking tune. The band's third vocalist, Duncan Faure, turns in a fine, John Waite-like performance on "Turn On the Radio." Arguably, this New Wave nugget is the band's strongest material, despite its decreased album sales at the time. The Bay City Rollers deserve this long-overdue reevaluation.

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