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Pomus and Shuman Story: Double Trouble 1956-1967


  • 1. (Wake up) Miss Rip Van Winkle - The Tibbs Brothers
    2. Lonely Avenue - Ray Charles
    3. I Ain't Sharin' Sharon - Bobby Darin
    4. Hushabye - The Mystics
    5. It's Been Nice - Marty Wilde
    6. (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame - Del Shannon
    7. Angel Face - Jimmy Darren
    8. Turn Me Loose - Fabian
    9. Teenager in Love, A - Dion & the Belmonts
    10. Hey Memphis - LaVern Baker
    11. Save the Last Dance For Me - The Drifters
    12. Go, Jimmy, Go - Jimmy Clanton
    13. Too Good - Little Tony & His Brothers
    14. Seven Sins - Barrett Strong
    15. So Close to Heaven - Ral Donner
    16. First Taste of Love - Ben E. King
    17. Can't Get Used to Losing You - Andy Williams
    18. All You Gotta Do Is Touch Me - Bobby Vee
    19. King For Tonight, A - Barry Darvell
    20. Suspicion - Terry Stafford
    21. Seven Day Weekend - Gary "U.S." Bonds
    22. Spanish Lace - Gene McDaniels
    23. Double Trouble - Elvis Presley
    24. I'm Gonna Cry 'Til My Tears Run Dry - Irma Thomas
    25. Stop - Howard Tate
    26. Say Those Magic Words - The McCoys
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CDCHD-1152

  • Credits
    ProducerTony Rounce (Compilation); Mick Patrick (Compilation)
    Engineer

    The legendary New York pop songwriters Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman penned hits for artists as varied as Elvis Presley, Andy Williams, Ray Charles, and LaVern Baker in their heyday. This collection reflects the duo's eclecticism, with Pomus's Latin-style rhythms on the Drifters' version of "Save the Last Dance for Me" juxtaposed with the white-bread pop of the U.K. singer Marty Wilde's "It's Been Nice" and the down-home blues of Ray Charles' desolate version of "Lonely Avenue." Barry Darvell's "Suspicion," Gary "U.S." Bonds' "Seven Day Weekend," and Dion & the Belmonts' "A Teenager in Love" all demonstrate Pomus and Shuman's mastery of the pop genre, and there's also the rarely heard original version of Presley's "His Latest Flame," sung by Del Shannon with a "Runaway"-style keyboard accompaniment.

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