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Best Of Bobby Rydell 1959-1964
Artist: Rydell, Bobby
UPC: 00018771923022
Label: Abkco Music & Records
Genre: Popular Music
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Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: October 2005
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Weight: 0.22 lbs
Info: Reissued
Track Listing
1 Please Don't Be Mad
2 Volare
3 Sway
4 That Old Black Magic
5 I Wanna Thank You
6 Butterfly Baby
7 Good Time Baby
8 I've Got Bonnie
9 I'll Never Dance Again
10 Third House, The (In from the Right)
11 Wildwood Days
12 All I Want Is You
13 Cha-Cha-Cha, The
14 Best Man Cried, The
15 Forget Him
16 World Without Love, A
17 Jingle Bell Rock
18 Message from Bobby, A
19 We Got Love
20 Kissin' Time
21 I Dig Girls
22 Wild One
23 Ding-A-Ling
24 Swingin' School
25 Little Bitty Girl
Release Date : 10/18/2005
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Oldies
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 59 minutes 41 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : Personnel: Bobby Rydell (vocals); Dave Appell, Joe Sgro, Bob DiNardo, Joe Renzetti (guitar); Dan Dailey, George Young , Fred Nuzzillio, Buddy Savitt (saxophone); Jimmy Wisner, Roy Stragis (keyboards); Pete Cozzi, Joe Sher, Ellis Tollin, Bobby Gregg (drums); Blanche Norton, Vivian Dix, Willa Ward (background vocals). Liner Note Author: Jeff Tamarkin. Recording information: Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY (01/1959-09/1963); Cameo Parkway Studio (01/1959-09/1963); Capitol Recording Studios, New York, NY (01/1959-09/1963); Mira Sound, New York, NY (01/1959-09/1963); Pye Recording Studios, London, England (01/1959-09/1963); Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA (01/1959-09/1963); Reco-Art Sound Recording, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959-09/1963); RPL Studios, Camden, NJ (01/1959-09/1963); United Recording, Hollywood, CA (01/1959-09/1963); Western Recorders, Hollywood, CA (01/1959-09/1963). Collecting recordings from throughout the first five years of early-1960s heartthrob Bobby Rydell's career, this compilation features his first hits, like the Doc Pomus composition "I Dig Girls," standards like "That Old Black Magic," a wide variety of Brill Building classics like "The Third House (In From the Right)," and one early Lennon and McCartney composition, "A World Without Love." Significantly, Rydell's version of the latter song lost out to Peter and Gordon's British Invasion hit--the onetime teen idol was one of many U.S. pop stars supplanted by Beatlemania.