Hard to Find Jukebox Classics 1960-64 30 Amazing Stereo Hits
Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1960-64: 30 Amazing Stereo Hits. From the most iconic drum beat in pop music (the fabulous "Be My Baby" intro) to the instantly recognizable opening chords of "Louie Louie" and "You Really Got Me" (both here in stereo for the first time), this album contains more important pop music history than any CD you'll likely ever own. Our hats are off to the three sound engineers who found and perfected the best sources, meticulously compared them to the original singles and produced in every case the absolute finest sounding versions of these quintessential sixties masterpieces. We're confident that you'll find the extraordinary purity of the sound surpasses whatever you thought was "the best" you'd heard before! Of course, the star attractions here are the amazing 18 Stereo Debuts that read like a who's who of 60s pop & rock: "The Loco-Motion," "Hey! Baby," "Hey Paula," "Little Children," "As Tears Go By" and even two great instrumentals, the sultry sax of "Harlem Nocturne" and the glorious stereo twang and cattle calls of "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky". But we don't mean to forget The Honeycombs' foot-stomper "Have I The Right?" or the thundering drum/guitar/organ intro from "California Sun". You've just never heard them like this! Special mention to the rare super-wide stereo version of "Dawn (Go Away)" and the heavenly harmonies of The Dixie Cups on "Chapel Of Love," at last complete with all their vocal overdubs. There's more, a lot more, so check out the track list and sound samples for this set (To find just Google "Listen + 30 Amazing Stereo Hits"). Simply put, all the songs on this incredible collection sound better than when they were new, better than you remember them, the best they'll ever be! Hearing is believing! Please note: These are only the true, original hit versions - a guarantee you never get from download services like iTunes & Spotify. Includes a 12-page booklet with complete song-by-song annotation and liner notes by Greg Adams.
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