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Everything's Comin Up Dusty
Dusty Springfield
Everything's Comin Up Dusty
Genres: World Music, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
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All Artists: Dusty Springfield
Title: Everything's Comin Up Dusty
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bgo - Beat Goes on
Release Date: 7/1/1994
Album Type: Import
Genres: World Music, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Europe, British Isles, Oldies, Soul, British Invasion
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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S. Sittig | Washington, D.C. | 07/23/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Dusty Springfield has one of the most beautiful, vulnerable and flexible voices in pop music history. Combined with her innate ear for music and a gift for soul and rhythm, she is unparalleled.This 1965 LP, re-issued in a remastered version with several juicy bonus tracks, is a MUST for collectors as well as curious 60's music fans.All tracks are wonderful, but stand-outs are a rousing gospel-tinged "Won't Be Long", a perfectly delivered, but rather obscure Bacharach/David tune called "Long After Tonight Is All Over" and the most curiously fun song, "Doodlin'." Dusty knows how to pick material and this LP shows her voice and all her qualities in the best of all lights. The most impressive track however, is the most quiet. "I've Been Wrong Before" is the most heartbreaking version of a breathtakingly beautiful Randy Newman song. The melody is so simple, the orchestration is so minimal, but Dusty's vulnerable touch i! s exactly what brings the song to it's full fruition. Don't listen to this track if you've just had your heartbroken, it could be what pushes you over that edge.All in all, this LP is a wonderful early effort for Miss Springfield, and has hints of what glorious music was yet to come in her career...In terms of early 60's pop music, it doesn't get better than this."
R&B recordings previous to the Memphis album
Rucho | Buenos Aires, Argentina | 08/09/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Dusty Springfield has been described by several musical critics as "best white British female singer" and I agree with that. Some others call her "the White Queen of Soul", I don't think she was a soul singer, although she was able to sing very well almost everything. This CD contains some gems of her R&B songs, for example "It Was Easier to hurt him" (originally recorded by Garnett Mimms), "That's how heartaches are made" (originally by Baby Washington), "Oh no, Not My Baby" , she gives them her special Pop touch. It has also been said (and written) that in "Dusty in Memphis" Dusty Springfield recorded R&B for the first time, this CD proves that she had done it before. The Memphis album is a masterpiece, and this one is close to it, I think it still deserves a much better review from the musical critics."
Arguably Her Best Album Ever!
Nigel de Gale | San Diego, CA United States | 08/08/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...or at least a close second. Although this album appeared in England in 1965, a year after my discovery of Dusty, it has remained my personal favorite, even over the highly acclaimed 'Dusty in Memphis.' The reason; the choice of songs on this album are consistently first-rate.

HOWEVER, avoid this particular reissue from BGO (Beat Goes On) and scroll down to the same title from Philips - the 1998 digitally remastered version. This contains no less than eight excellent bonus tracks not listed above. These were recorded in New York around the same vintage. They are:

1. Live It Up
2. I Wanna Make You Happy
3. I Want Your Love Tonight
4. Now That You're My Baby
5. Guess Who
6. If Wishes Could Be Kisses
7. Don't Say It Baby
8. Here She Comes"