I Recommend A Search For This 1964 Album.
J. Thompson | Essex UK | 05/10/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Searchers first album, Meet The Searchers was quickly followed by Sugar and Spice, both recorded and released in 1963.
It's The Searchers is packed with mono and stereo versions of the whole album plus 7 bonus tracks, including one each in French and German.
The genre is British Invasion from this Liverpool based band, with melodic guitars and good vocal harmonies.
There are many great songs, Sea Of Heartbreak is better than I have ever heard it, Needles And Pins is up there with The Byrds best output, Don't Throw Your Love Away is another gem, I Pretend I/m With You is a well worked ballard, I (Who Have Nothing), Shame, Shame, Shame; the list just goes on and on.
For any Searchers fan this may be their best individual recording ever!"