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Oldies But Goodies 3: Golden Anniversery
Various Artists
Oldies But Goodies 3: Golden Anniversery
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock
 
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No Description Available. Genre: Popular Music Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 1-JAN-2002

      
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Oldies But Goodies 3: Golden Anniversery
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Cut 10 is "Bongo Rock" not "Bono Rock" - Preston E
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock
Styles: Oldies, Teen Pop, By Decade, 1950s, 1960s, Soul, Oldies & Retro
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 081658853521

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Genre: Popular Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 1-JAN-2002

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Shirl P.
Reviewed on 12/3/2016...
The real track list for this cd. Great sound.

1. I'm a Believer The Monkees

2. It's My Party Leslie Gore

3. She'd Rather Be With Me The Turtles

4. Surfin' Safari The Beach Boys

5. Sea Cruise Frankie Ford

6. Everything is Beautiful Ray Stevens

7. Come Go With Me - The Dell Vikings

8. Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree Tony Orlando and Dawn

9. It's In His Kiss (The Shoop Shoop Song) - Betty Everett

10. Bongo Rock - Preston Epps

11. Don't You Just Know It - Huey "Piano" Smith & The Clowns

12. Oh What A Night - The Dells

13. You Cheated The Shields

14. My Prayer The Platters

15. Memories of El Monte The Penguins

16. For your Precious Love Jerry Butler & The Impressions

17. Feelings Morris Albert





CD Reviews

The original is not still the greatest.
David Kenner | Fort Worth, Texas United States | 06/16/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"When the Original Sound label began packaging their "Oldies But Goodies" LPs in the late 50s, it was a new concept to have original hits by the artists who made them famous gathered together on one album. It was a good idea and a groundbreaking one. But man, before the advent of the compact disc, people who wanted oldies were usually better off collecting 45s. A lot of times those old LP collections were hampered by poor sound and, now and then, an alternate recording of a song included instead of the hit version. I'd have to say though, that previous to the CD era, Original Sound probably did it better than most. When Rhino got into the game a few decades later, they didn't want to settle for inferior versions. They made sure that they used the hit versions of the songs and mastered them from the best available sources. Rhino was an inspiration and now there are lots of great reissue labels out there producing quality compilations for the oldies fan. Original Sound isn't one of them. Their CD series leaves a lot to be desired. The sound quality is lacking in every volume I've heard. On this particular volume, the non-hit Candix version of The Beach Boys' "Surfin' Safari" is used instead of the hit Capitol version. Also the compilations themselves seem to have been thrown together without a whole lot of thought or planning. Most of the songs on a particular volume will span the period from the late 50s to the mid-60s and then a song from the 70s like "Tie a Yellow Ribbon..." or "Feelings" or "Mr. Big Stuff" will be thrown into the mix. Couldn't they at least focus on a particular decade for each disc?
My advice to anyone who wants to build a library of quality reissues of classic pop singles: avoid Original Sound releases. There are too many other high quality collections available these days."
As Usual, Very Good (mostly)
Alf Kremer | Denver CO | 11/02/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The Oldies But Goodies collection on Original Sound are generally good buys, and this one is no exception. Many of the selections are unarguable classics - Lesley Gore's "It's My Party", "Come Go With Me" by the Del(l?) Vikings, Frankie Ford's "Sea Cruise". Other items are perhaps not classics in everyone's mind, but still great - Bettie Everett's "Shoop Shoop Song", Preston Epps' "Bongo Rock" and especially "Don't You Just Know It" by Huey "Piano" Smith. But, as is usual for this series, there are a few what-th'-heck-is-THIS-doin'-here selections, and as usual, most of them are from the 70's. There are three 70's tracks here, and noting that Tony Orlando & Dawn's "Tie a Yellow Ribbon" is the best of the three says volumes. Well, your CD player has a track skip button for a reason. In general, a great collection."