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Adam Faith For Always (3-CD)

For Always (3-CD)
 
 
 

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weight in Kg 0,280

 

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Adam Faith: For Always (3-CD)

(2012/GOLDIES) 54 tracks
 

Songs

Faith, Adam - For Always (3-CD) CD 1
1: (Got A) Heartsick Feeeling
2: Brother Heartsick And Sister Tears
3: Country Music Holiday
4: High School Confidential
5: Runk Bunk
6: Ah! Little Baby!
7: Say Mama
8: C'mon Everybody
9: Believe What You Say
10: I Vibrate
11: What Do You Want?
12: From Now Until Forever
13: Poor Me
14: The Reason
15: I Did What You Told Me
16: The Beat Girl Song
17: Big Time
18: Someone Else's Baby
19: When Johnny Comes Marching Home
20: Made You
21: How About That!
22: With Open Arms
23: Carve Up
24: Wonderful Time
25: Diamond Ring
26: Summertime
27: Piper Of Love
28: A Girl Like You
29: Torn Me Loose
30: So Many Ways
31: Singin' In The Rain
32: Fare Thee Well My Pretty Maid
33: I Am A Man
34: Hit The Road To Dreamland
35: Greenfinger
36: Lonely Pup (In A Christmas Shop)
37: Who Am I?
38: Thios Is IT
39: Easy Going Me
40: Wonderin'
41: Don't You Know It?
42: My Last Wish
43: Watch Your Step
44: I've Just Fallen For Someone
45: I'm Coming Home
46: It's All Over Now
47: If I Had A Hammer
48: A Help-Each-Other Romance
49: Sho' Know A Lot About Love
50: Second Time
51: I'm Gonna Love You Too
52: As Long As You Keep Loving Me
53: You And Me And The Gang
54: The Time Has Come

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Adam Faith: For Always (3-CD)

  • Interpret: Adam Faith

  • Albumtitel: For Always (3-CD)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Rock & Roll
  • Music Sub-Genre 201 Rock & Roll
  • Title For Always (3-CD)
  • Release date 2012
  • Label Golden Stars

  • SubGenre Rock - Rock'n'Roll

  • EAN: 8712177059607

  • weight in Kg 0.280
 
 

Artist description "Faith, Adam"

Adam Faith

Adam Faith

Adam Faith, born Terry Nelhams in Acton, London, on June 23, 1940, was second only to Cliff Richard as Britain's teenage idol in the early Sixties. His first ambition was to be a film editor and after school he worked as a messenger boy at Rank Screen Services. But caught up in the skiffle craze, he became vocalist with the Worried Men, a group formed by workmates at Rank, until after a year, Jack Good, the scholarly ombudsman of English rock'n'roll, suggested that Nelhams go solo as Adam Faith.

He left his job, appeared on 6.5 Special twice, went on the road four times and cut two flops for HMV in 1958. Losing heart, he returned to Rank where he worked as an assistant . cutter. Early in 1959, after a year's absence from showbiz, John Barry recommended Faith for a residency on a forth-coming TV rock series, Drumbeat and after a successful audition, Faith stayed with the show for the whole of its 22-week run. He also recorded another flop, 'Runk Bunk' for Top Rank and appeared in the teen-movie Beat Girl.

On Drumbeat, he met songwriter Johnny Worth, a member of the Raindrops, who offered Faith his composition `What Do You Want?'. Recorded at EMI in late 1959 with John Barry providing unique pizzicato string backing over which Faith hiccoughed the lyrics, 'What Do You Want?' became the biggest British hit of 1960, finally establishing the singer. He followed up with a series of huge hits including `Poor Me' (another No. 1), 'Someone Else's Baby', 'Lonely Pup' and 'Who Am I', all in the same little-boy-lost style.

Though not technically a singer, Faith's contrived enuncia-tion and emasculated vocal style aroused a protective feeling among the era's girl fans; while visually, he was quite chic for the period, eschewing greasy forelocks for a French college boy haircut. Abandoning his recording career in 1965, he went into repertory and for two years he toured the provinces in ob-scurity. In 1971, he was widely acclaimed for his portrayal of the loser villain `Budgie' in the TV series of the same name and many thought he stole the limelight from co-star David Essex in the film Stardust. Currently he manages singer Leo Sayer and has attempted a comeback with the album 1 Survived in 1974.

 
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