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5-CD box (LP-size) with 36-page book, 148 tracks. Playing time approx. 381 mns. Picking up where... more

Connie Francis: Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD)

5-CD box (LP-size) with 36-page book, 148 tracks. Playing time approx. 381 mns.

Picking up where our highly acclaimed `White Sox, Pink Lipstick and Stupid Cupid' left off in 1959, this set takes Connie's career up to Spring 1962, and includes all of her English language recordings from those years. Few singers from that era covered so many bases so convincingly. She did classic 1920s and 1930s pop, country songs, cabaret, and rock `n' roll. The chart placings speak for themselves. 

Among the Connie Francis Hall of Fame recordings on this set are Everybody's Somebody's Fool, My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own, Where The Boys Are, and Don't Break The Heart That Loves You. We've also included the rare Australian 'Award Winning Motion Picture Hits' LP in Stereo. Watch for future retrospectives from Connie's MGM career, and don't forget her boxed set of German recordings 'Lass mir die bunten Träume' and the CD with Hank Williams, Jr., 'Sing Great Country Favorites'.

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  • Interpret: Connie Francis

  • Album titlle: Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD)

  • Genre Rock'n'Roll

  • Label Bear Family Records

  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Price code EI
  • Artikelart Box set

  • EAN: 4000127158260

  • weight in Kg 1.4
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 1
01 It Would Be Worth It
02 No One (false start/chat)
03 No One (second recording)
04 My Dream
05 Cashin' In
06 Valentino (single vocal)
07 Valentino (double vocal)
08 Swinging Medley: Yes Indeed/Amen/Ac-cent-tchu
09 ate The Positive/Lonesome Road
10 I Think Of You (first recording)
11 The Millionaire
12 Swinging Medley: Yes Indeed/Amen/Accentuate
13 The Positive/Lonesome Road
14 Jealous Of You
15 Robot Man (alt)
16 Everybody's Somebody's Fool
17 I Think Of You (second recording)
18 Robot Man
19 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (false start)
20 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (single vocal)
21 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (double vocal)
22 I've Got Reason To Worry
23 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (version 2)
24 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (version 3)
25 Love Is Where You Find It
26 Swanee
27 My Love, My Love
28 Angel Eyes
29 I Got Lost In His Arms
30 Gone With The Wind
31 How Long Has This Been Going On?
32 It Might As Well Be Spring
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 2
01 Dat's Love
02 Taboo
03 You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
04 Where The Boys Are
05 On The Outside Looking In
06 Many Tears Ago
07 Happy New Year Baby
08 Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart
09 No One (third recording)
10 Without Your Love
11 Auf Wiederseh'n
12 Baby Roo
13 One Tear Too Many
14 Let The Rest Of The World Go By
15 Someone Else's Boy
16 It's Time To Say Goodnight (false start)
17 It's Time To Say Goodnight (long version)
18 Too Many Rules
19 Your Love
20 Together (re-recorded narrative)
21 Together
22 O Suzanna
23 On Top Of Old Smokey
24 Every Night (When The Sun Goes In)
25 Boll Weevil
26 Clementine
27 She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain
28 Come On Jerry (Timber)
29 Careless Love
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 3
01 Aura Lee
02 Red River Valley
03 Beautiful Brown Eyes
04 High Noon
05 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
06 Three Coins In The Fountain
07 Around The World
08 Tammy
09 April Love (second recording)
10 Anna
11 Where Is Your Heart?
12 Love Me Tender
13 Young At Heart (second recording)
14 Never On Sunday
15 Moonglow & Theme From `Picnic'
16 Pretty Little Baby
17 (He's My) Dreamboat
18 He's Just A Scientist
19 Hollywood
20 Sing Along
21 You Tell Me Your Dream
22 In The Good Old Summertime
23 I Love You Truly
24 Home On The Range
25 And The Band Played On
26 My Wild Irish Rose (singalong version)
27 Auld Lang Syne
28 Tavern In The Town
29 Down In The Valley
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 4
01 I'm Falling In Love With You Tonight
02 Baby's First Christmas
03 Don't Break The Heart That Loves You
04 White Cliffs Of Dover
05 White Cliffs Of Dover
06 Mr. Twister
07 Mr. Twister
08 Ain't That Better Baby?
09 Don't Cry On My Shoulder
10 Love Bird
11 Does Ol' Broadway Ever Sleep?
12 Gonna Git That Man (complete version)
13 Johnny Darlin'
14 Teach Me How To Twist
15 Kiss 'n' Twist
16 Cha Cha Twist
17 Lovey-Dovey Twist
18 Telephone Lover
19 Drop It Joe
20 Hey Ring-A-Ding
21 Mommy Your Daughter's Fallin' In Love
22 I Won't Be Home To You
23 My Real Happiness
24 A Little Bit Of Heaven
25 Mother Machree
26 How Can You Buy Killarney?
27 Danny Boy
28 How Are Things In Glocca Morra?
29 My Wild Irish Rose (irish version)
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 5
01 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral
02 It's A Great Day For The Irish
03 Dear Old Donegal
04 McNamara's Band
05 Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?
06 When Johnny Comes Marchin' Home
07 I'm So Alone
08 It Happened Last Night
09 No One Ever Sends Me Roses (single vocal)
10 I Was Such A Fool
11 Second Hand Love (single vocal)
12 Second Hand Love (double vocal)
13 You'll Never Know
14 Lullaby Of Broadway
15 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
16 Moon River
17 Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)
18 (Somewhere) Over The Rainbow
19 Secret Love
20 When You Wish Upon A Star
21 Buttons And Bows
22 High Hopes
23 The Last Time I Saw Paris
24 All The Way
25 The Way You Look Tonight
26 It's Time To Say Goodnight (short version)
Connie Francis Born on 12 December 1937 as Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero in Newark, New... more
"Connie Francis"

Connie Francis

Born on 12 December 1937 as Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero in Newark, New Jersey.

Connie Francis the female pop icon

Connie Francies was discovered at the age of eleven during a talent show, six years later she received a contract from MGM. Their first single ('Freddy') was released in 1955, which, like some others, initially went unnoticed.

It wasn't until 1958 that 'Who's Sorry Now' (built in 1923) became her first chart hit in the USA, followed by 54 more until 1969. In England the most successful singer of the 50s and 60s brought 24 tracks to the hit lists (1958 - 66), of her 35 German-language original singles, 23 placed between 1960 and 1970.

No other interpreter in the world used the time span after the heyday of rock'n'roll and the beginning of the beat era so cleverly. When Connie Francis' golden years were over, she stood up for UNICEF and went to Vietnam as a singing troop adviser.

Since 1960 she has also appeared in various US films, such as "Where The Boys Are' ('These Include Two', 1960), "Follow The Boys' ('Mein Schiff fährt zu dir', 1962), "Looking For Love' ('Ich wär' so gern verliebt', 1963) and 'When Boy Meets Girl' ('Boy of My Dreams', 1965).

In 1974, after a performance at the Westbury Theatre outside New York, she was attacked and raped - a crime from which she did not recover psychologically for many years. She made guest appearances again in the early 80s, but towards the end of the decade her unstable health again took its toll. After language problems during a show in London's Palladium, there were similar signs during a TV conversation on American television.

In 1991 Connie Francis collapsed during a concert in New Jersey. In 1992, several Francis titles in Germany experienced a renaissance: The Medleys "Jive Connie' and '(10, Connie, Go' shot to the top of the hit lists.

In 1993 she recorded the duets'Que Sera' and'So nah' in Munich with Peter Kraus for Sony's Herzklang label - in England a song from a TV series became a surprise hit:'Lipstick On Your Collar' from 1959.

From the Bear Family book - 1000 pinpricks by Bernd Matheja - BFB10025 -

 

Connie Francis

Connie Rocks

The rock 'n' roll era was a boys club. Most of the top-selling artists were male: just a few female artists could go head-to-head with them. Of the women from that era, Connie Francis was by far the top-seller. Rock 'n' roll was testosterone-rich music, and Connie realized early in her career that she couldn't cut loose with a banshee rockabilly wail, but she could make very believable rock 'n' roll music that was true to her background and her unique talent.

Connie was born Concetta Maria Franconero on December 12, 1938 in Newark, New Jersey. Her parents had been born in the United States to Italian immigrant families. Connie's paternal grandfather arrived in 1905, carrying a battered concertina and little else. Connie sat on the stoop of their house, learning the folk songs from the old country. It soon became clear that she had talent, and began appearing at entry-level talent contests in and around New Jersey, singing and playing the accordion. Connie's father, George Franconero, took an interest in her budding career and took her to New York, trying to get her on a childrens' television show, 'Startime.' "We flagged down the producer of the show, George Scheck, who was hailing a taxi," Connie said later. "My father said, 'Would you listen to my daughter sing?' He said, 'I'm up to here in singers. I can't use singers.' That's when "the accordion saved my life." Scheck said that he would give her an audition if she played the accordion, and she was on 'Startime' for four years. Eventually, Scheck became her manager.

In 1950, Connie appeared coast-to-coast on 'Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts,' and was often on television over the next few years. It was Godfrey, incidentally, who suggested that she change her name to Connie Francis. By age fourteen, Connie was crossing the river to New York, singing demonstration discs for music publishers. In 1955, Lou Levy at Leeds Music financed a session with George Scheck, and they jointly took the masters around to the record labels. The only taker was MGM Records' A&R man, Harry Meyerson. One of the songs on the demo tape was one titled Freddy, and Connie was later told that Meyerson only signed her because his son's name was Freddy and he thought the record would make a good birthday present.

The early singles did little business, and Connie was handed to Jim Vienneau, who was related to MGM Records' founding president, Frank Walker. Vienneau was given the responsibility of bringing MGM into the rock 'n' roll era, and he found a song for Connie called Eighteen. It signalled a new direction and the initial response was promising, but it too failed to chart. After nine consecutive flops, Connie was told that she would get one last shot on MGM before being dropped. Two people guided Connie's career, George Scheck and her father, George Franconero. At her father's insistence, Connie recorded an old jazz age pop tune, Who's Sorry Now, with a double-tracked vocal similar to Patti Page. "My father," said Connie, "had an ear for what people would like from me that was uncanny. On that last session, he said, 'Here's a song I've been trying to shove down your throat for the last year-and-a-half.' I said, 'Don't tell me it's that 1923 song again. Did people actually write their names in 1923? I'm not doing it.' He said, 'Go ahead, have another bomb, and you end your career. I'm surprised they stuck with you this long. Tell you what. Do me a big favor. Pretend I'm gonna die tomorrow and this is my last wish. You pick out your usual three duds and throw this one in for me.'"

George Franconero was right, of course. Released in November 1957, Who's Sorry Now? got a little airplay around the country, but didn't take off until MGM's Philadelphia distributor, Ed Barsky, took a copy to Dick Clark. "Dick heard a sound in me that was totally different," Connie said later. "The reaction was just phenomenal. He played it every day for three months." Connie freely admits that she owes her success to Dick Clark and the repeated plays on 'American Bandstand.' If not for him, she would have been dropped when her contract was up. Who's Sorry Now? reached #3 in 'Cash Box,' #4 in 'Billboard,' and #1 in England.

Another revamped oldie was released as a follow-up, but did nowhere near as well. It was then that music publisher Donnie Kirshner suggested that she listen to two young songwriters he'd just signed, Neil Sedaka and Howie Greenfield. After Sedaka and Greenfield had played all their ballads, Connie said she wanted to hear something peppier. Neil decided to play Stupid Cupid (which, according to Howard Greenfield, was written for Sal Mineo, then promised to the Shepherd Sisters). Connie loved it, and Neil came along to Connie's June 18, 1958 session to play piano. Within a month Stupid Cupid was in the Top 20. The B-side was an older song that dated back to 1929, Carolina Moon. The combination became a double-sided smash, so it was hardly surprising that Connie turned to Sedaka and Greenfield for her next single, Fallin', but it stalled just outside the Top 30, prompting a return to the oldies. My Happiness, a Depression era song that had been a big hit in 1948, capped an incredible year when it became Connie's biggest hit to that point. 1958 was the year Connie Francis arrived, and she wouldn't be out of the charts for another ten years.

1959 opened with Connie considering songs for her next single. She liked one that veteran music publisher, Leonard Joy, sent over, Lipstick On Your Collar. Now she needed a B-side. "Howie Greenfield was my favorite lyricist," she told William Ruhlmann. "Any time a session came up I would sit in my office for days, morning 'til night, and listen to every publisher, every songwriter, but Neil and Howie never failed to come up with a hit for me. It was a great marriage. We thought the same way. Neil and Howie and I planned the song 'Frankie.' Neil would say, 'Okay, what you got on your mind, Concetta?' I said, 'Look at this. I made a list. All of these songs in the last three years, one third of them are names of people or places. One side of my new single, "Lipstick," will be uptempo so I'd like a real dreamy, slow dance ballad for the other side.' Neil said, 'Okay.' Within the next day, 'Frankie' was there." Who was Frankie? The story was put around that the song was a valentine to Frankie Avalon, who'd starred in 'Jamboree,' the movie for which Connie provided the ghosted singing voice of the female lead. Not everyone liked it, though. On April 15, 1959, Connie recorded it with arranger Ray Ellis. "The music starts, and just impromptu, I say, 'Frankie, wherever you are, I love you.' Ray Ellis said, 'This is too much for me. I can't handle this. This is such shit.' I said, 'It's on the record. The kids like that stuff. Just relax, I'm doing it.' He said, 'You ain't gonna have a hit.' I said, 'Let my mother worry about that.'" But a hit it was: a double-sided Top 10 smash. The same session also produced the follow-up, Eddie Curtis' You're Gonna Miss Me (Curtis would later write songs for Connie's 'Do The Twist' LP). The flip-side of You're Gonna Miss Me was Plenty Good Lovin', the first time Connie had placed one of her own songs on a single.

Just in time for Christmas 1959, MGM took the unprecedented step of releasing five Connie Francis albums at once. There was a Christmas album, a country album, an Italian album, a greatest hits album, and a collection of rock 'n' roll million-sellers. Truly something for everyone. From the rock 'n' roll album, we've taken Tweedle Dee, I Hear You Knockin', and the breakthrough hit for MGM labelmate Conway Twitty, It's Only Make Believe. And 1959, like 1958, closed with another Connie Francis song ascending the charts, this time a revival of a 1927 British song, Among My Souvenirs, which she'd found in a publication called 'The Musicians Handbook.' It reached #7 as the year closed. On December 12, 1959, Connie Francis turned twenty-one years old, and shortly before Christmas she reached one of the pinnacles of success in the popular music business when she sold out Carnegie Hall. In contractual discussions with MGM, she'd achieved an unprecedented level of artistic control over her recordings. She was twenty-one and she was in control of her life and career. The following April she received an award for Best Selling Female Vocalist from a record industry trade group, NARM (National Association of Record Merchandisers).

 

 

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Tracklist
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 1
01 It Would Be Worth It
02 No One (false start/chat)
03 No One (second recording)
04 My Dream
05 Cashin' In
06 Valentino (single vocal)
07 Valentino (double vocal)
08 Swinging Medley: Yes Indeed/Amen/Ac-cent-tchu
09 ate The Positive/Lonesome Road
10 I Think Of You (first recording)
11 The Millionaire
12 Swinging Medley: Yes Indeed/Amen/Accentuate
13 The Positive/Lonesome Road
14 Jealous Of You
15 Robot Man (alt)
16 Everybody's Somebody's Fool
17 I Think Of You (second recording)
18 Robot Man
19 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (false start)
20 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (single vocal)
21 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (double vocal)
22 I've Got Reason To Worry
23 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (version 2)
24 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (version 3)
25 Love Is Where You Find It
26 Swanee
27 My Love, My Love
28 Angel Eyes
29 I Got Lost In His Arms
30 Gone With The Wind
31 How Long Has This Been Going On?
32 It Might As Well Be Spring
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 2
01 Dat's Love
02 Taboo
03 You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
04 Where The Boys Are
05 On The Outside Looking In
06 Many Tears Ago
07 Happy New Year Baby
08 Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart
09 No One (third recording)
10 Without Your Love
11 Auf Wiederseh'n
12 Baby Roo
13 One Tear Too Many
14 Let The Rest Of The World Go By
15 Someone Else's Boy
16 It's Time To Say Goodnight (false start)
17 It's Time To Say Goodnight (long version)
18 Too Many Rules
19 Your Love
20 Together (re-recorded narrative)
21 Together
22 O Suzanna
23 On Top Of Old Smokey
24 Every Night (When The Sun Goes In)
25 Boll Weevil
26 Clementine
27 She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain
28 Come On Jerry (Timber)
29 Careless Love
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 3
01 Aura Lee
02 Red River Valley
03 Beautiful Brown Eyes
04 High Noon
05 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
06 Three Coins In The Fountain
07 Around The World
08 Tammy
09 April Love (second recording)
10 Anna
11 Where Is Your Heart?
12 Love Me Tender
13 Young At Heart (second recording)
14 Never On Sunday
15 Moonglow & Theme From `Picnic'
16 Pretty Little Baby
17 (He's My) Dreamboat
18 He's Just A Scientist
19 Hollywood
20 Sing Along
21 You Tell Me Your Dream
22 In The Good Old Summertime
23 I Love You Truly
24 Home On The Range
25 And The Band Played On
26 My Wild Irish Rose (singalong version)
27 Auld Lang Syne
28 Tavern In The Town
29 Down In The Valley
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 4
01 I'm Falling In Love With You Tonight
02 Baby's First Christmas
03 Don't Break The Heart That Loves You
04 White Cliffs Of Dover
05 White Cliffs Of Dover
06 Mr. Twister
07 Mr. Twister
08 Ain't That Better Baby?
09 Don't Cry On My Shoulder
10 Love Bird
11 Does Ol' Broadway Ever Sleep?
12 Gonna Git That Man (complete version)
13 Johnny Darlin'
14 Teach Me How To Twist
15 Kiss 'n' Twist
16 Cha Cha Twist
17 Lovey-Dovey Twist
18 Telephone Lover
19 Drop It Joe
20 Hey Ring-A-Ding
21 Mommy Your Daughter's Fallin' In Love
22 I Won't Be Home To You
23 My Real Happiness
24 A Little Bit Of Heaven
25 Mother Machree
26 How Can You Buy Killarney?
27 Danny Boy
28 How Are Things In Glocca Morra?
29 My Wild Irish Rose (irish version)
Francis, Connie - Kissin', Twistin', Goin'.. (5-CD) Box set 5
01 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral
02 It's A Great Day For The Irish
03 Dear Old Donegal
04 McNamara's Band
05 Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?
06 When Johnny Comes Marchin' Home
07 I'm So Alone
08 It Happened Last Night
09 No One Ever Sends Me Roses (single vocal)
10 I Was Such A Fool
11 Second Hand Love (single vocal)
12 Second Hand Love (double vocal)
13 You'll Never Know
14 Lullaby Of Broadway
15 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
16 Moon River
17 Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)
18 (Somewhere) Over The Rainbow
19 Secret Love
20 When You Wish Upon A Star
21 Buttons And Bows
22 High Hopes
23 The Last Time I Saw Paris
24 All The Way
25 The Way You Look Tonight
26 It's Time To Say Goodnight (short version)