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Be My Girl, The Rockin' Years
Artist: Jim Dale
Format: CD

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Label: Jasmine Records
Rel. Date: 09/17/2021
UPC: 604988272420

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DISC: 1

1. Piccadilly Line
2. I Didn't Mean It
3. Be My Girl
4. You Shouldn't Do That
5. All Shook Up
6. Wandering Eyes
7. Just Born (To Be Your Baby)
8. Crazy Dream
9. Sugartime
10. Don't Let Go
11. Train Kept A-Rollin'
12. Tread Softly Stranger
13. Jane Belinda
14. The Story of My Life
15. I'm in the Market for You
16. Crazy for You
17. Undecided
18. I Sit in My Window
19. Song of the Pine Tree
20. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
21. T'ain't What You Do
22. Gotta Find a Girl
23. The Legend of Nellie D
24. Somewhere There's a Someone
25. If You Come Back
26. My Resistance Is Low
27. One Boy, One Girl
28. It's for Them
29. Start All Over Again

More Info:

Long before he became a Carry On regular, or even (in the U. S. ) the narrator of Harry Potter audio books, the hugely versatile Jim Dale was, briefly, an unlikely (not to mention unwilling - he'd wanted to become a comedian!) Rock & Roll star. A regular on TV shows like 6-5 Special, which he ended up co-presenting, Jim actually had rather more UK hits than people generally remember. His biggest record, 'Be My Girl', reached No. 2, while 'Just Born (To Be Your Baby)', 'Crazy Dream', 'Sugartime' and 'Don't Let Go' also made the UK charts. All are included on this set, which also features collectables like his debut 45, 'Piccadilly Line', 'The Train Kept A-Rollin' from the movie version of 6-5 Special and his 10" LP, "Jim". This compilation collates all his recordings between 1957-62, for Parlophone, ACM Academy and Piccadilly, including a rarity, 'I Didn't Mean It', which has never previously appeared on CD.