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Let the Heartaches Begin [Maxi Single]

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Let the Heartaches Begin
    2. Annabella (Who Flies to Me When She's Lonely)
    3. Long and Lonely Nights (No Friend of Mine)
    4. Stay with Me Baby
    5. Every Time We Say Goodbye
    6. For All We Know
    7. Better by Far
    8. Wise to the Ways of the World
    9. Since I Lost You Baby
    10. Smile
    11. We're Together
    12. I Can't Stop Loving You
    13. Hold Back the Daybreak
    14. When the Sun Comes Shining Thru'
    15. Mexico (Underneath the Sun In)
    16. It's Too Late Now
    17. Wait for Me
    18. Don't Pity Me
    19. Lord, You Made the Night Too Long
    20. Mexico
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Sunshine of Your Love
    2. Spanish Harlem
    3. Henry Hannah's 42nd Street Parking Lot
    4. Man Without a Dream
    5. Cry Like a Baby
    6. River Deep, Mountain High
    7. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)
    8. MacArthur Park
    9. When Brigadier McKenzie Comes to Town
    10. Lights of Cincinnatti
    11. Spinning Wheel
    12. Well I Did
    13. Setting Fire to the Tail of a Fox
    14. When the War Is Over
    15. Where Are My Eyes?
    16. Son of Hickory Hollers Tramp
    17. Goin' out of My Head
    18. I Never Shall Marry
    19. I Wish You Love
    20. What Now My Love
    21. Bad Times
    22. Ciao Baby
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1277

  • Credits

    Liner Note Author: Roger Dopson.
    With "Let the Heartaches Begin," Baldry abandoned all pretenses at blues or soul for treacly MOR pop of the worst sort. The marketplace did not respond with the emphatic veto that cosmic justice demanded; on the contrary, the single went to number one in Britain and was the singer's greatest commercial success by far. The album offered material in the same vein: over-orchestrated, sentimental ballads with female backup vocals supporting Long John's hoarse wall of gravel, many written by the same Tony Macaulay-John Macleod team that was responsible for "Heartaches." Even if you've got a yen for MOR British pop of the period, you're much better off with Tom Jones, or even Engelbert Humperdinck. The BGO CD reissue combines this and the 1969 LP Wait for Me on one disc. ~ Richie Unterberger

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