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Clyde McPhatter - The Very Best Of Clyde McPhatter 1953-62 - This collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents. Clyde McPhatter was one of the most imitated vocalists to emerge onto the R&B scene during the 1950s, graduating from his background in gospel to become a member of Billy Ward & The Dominoes, and then featured lead singer of The Drifters before embarking on a solo career. His many successful recordings transcended the boundaries of doowop, R&B, rock 'n' roll, soul and pop to make him a highly influential figure as other singers followed his lead. This great-value 59-track 2-CD collection comprises selected A&B sides from his releases with The Drifters, plus selected solo A&B sides from his releases during these years on the Atlantic, MGM and Mercury labels, and including duets with Ruth Brown. It features all his 19 hits with the Drifters and as a solo artist during this era, including the R&B No. 1s "Money Honey", "Honey Love", "Treasure Of Love", "Long Lonely Nights" and "A Lover's Question", and the Top 5 hits "Such A Night", "White Christmas", "Seven Days", "Without Love", "Come What May" and "Lover Please", plus his Top 10 hit with Ruth Brown "Love Has Joined Us Together". In an all-too-brief career - he died in 1972 at the age of 39 - he made many great records and had a huge impact on the worlds of pop and R&B, and we hope this collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents.
Clyde McPhatter - The Very Best Of Clyde McPhatter 1953-62 - This collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents. Clyde McPhatter was one of the most imitated vocalists to emerge onto the R&B scene during the 1950s, graduating from his background in gospel to become a member of Billy Ward & The Dominoes, and then featured lead singer of The Drifters before embarking on a solo career. His many successful recordings transcended the boundaries of doowop, R&B, rock 'n' roll, soul and pop to make him a highly influential figure as other singers followed his lead. This great-value 59-track 2-CD collection comprises selected A&B sides from his releases with The Drifters, plus selected solo A&B sides from his releases during these years on the Atlantic, MGM and Mercury labels, and including duets with Ruth Brown. It features all his 19 hits with the Drifters and as a solo artist during this era, including the R&B No. 1s "Money Honey", "Honey Love", "Treasure Of Love", "Long Lonely Nights" and "A Lover's Question", and the Top 5 hits "Such A Night", "White Christmas", "Seven Days", "Without Love", "Come What May" and "Lover Please", plus his Top 10 hit with Ruth Brown "Love Has Joined Us Together". In an all-too-brief career - he died in 1972 at the age of 39 - he made many great records and had a huge impact on the worlds of pop and R&B, and we hope this collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents.
824046346126
Clyde Mcphatter - Very Best Of Clyde Mcphatter 1953-62

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Format: CD
Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 04/07/2023
UPC: 824046346126

Very Best Of Clyde Mcphatter 1953-62
Artist: Clyde Mcphatter
Format: CD
New: Available $21.12
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DISC: 1

1. The Way I Feel
2. Money Honey
3. Such A Night
4. Lucille
5. Honey Love
6. Warm Your Heart
7. Someday You'll Want Me To Want You
8. White Christmas
9. What'cha Gonna Do?
10. Everyone's Laughing
11. I Gotta Have You
12. Love Has Joined Us Together
13. Seven Days
14. I'm Not Worthy Of You
15. Treasure Of Love
16. When You're Sincere
17. I'm Lonely Tonight
18. Without Love (There Is Nothing)
19. I Make Believe
20. Just To Hold My Hand
21. No Matter What
22. Long, Lonely Nights
23. Heartaches
24. Rock And Cry
25. No Love Like Her Love
26. Come What May
27. Let Me Know
28. A Lover's Question
29. I Can't Stand Up Alone
30. Lovey Dovey
31. My Island Of Dreams
32. Since You've Been Gone
33. Try, Try Baby
34. You Went Back On Your Word
35. Just Give Me A Ring
36. Deep Sea Ball
37. I Told Myself A Lie
38. Twice As Nice
39. Let's Try Again
40. Bless You
41. Think Me A Kiss
42. One Right After Another
43. The Glory Of Love
44. Ta Ta
45. I Ain't Givin' Up Nothin' (If I Can't Get Somethin' From You)
46. I Just Want To Love You
47. One More Chance
48. Tomorrow Is A-Comin'
49. I'll Love You Til The Cows Come Home
50. A Whole Heap Of Love
51. I Never Knew
52. Happiness
53. Your Second Choice
54. Lover Please
55. Let's Forget About The Past
56. Little Bitty Pretty One
57. Next To Me
58. Maybe
59. The Best Man Cried

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Clyde McPhatter - The Very Best Of Clyde McPhatter 1953-62 - This collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents. Clyde McPhatter was one of the most imitated vocalists to emerge onto the R&B scene during the 1950s, graduating from his background in gospel to become a member of Billy Ward & The Dominoes, and then featured lead singer of The Drifters before embarking on a solo career. His many successful recordings transcended the boundaries of doowop, R&B, rock 'n' roll, soul and pop to make him a highly influential figure as other singers followed his lead. This great-value 59-track 2-CD collection comprises selected A&B sides from his releases with The Drifters, plus selected solo A&B sides from his releases during these years on the Atlantic, MGM and Mercury labels, and including duets with Ruth Brown. It features all his 19 hits with the Drifters and as a solo artist during this era, including the R&B No. 1s "Money Honey", "Honey Love", "Treasure Of Love", "Long Lonely Nights" and "A Lover's Question", and the Top 5 hits "Such A Night", "White Christmas", "Seven Days", "Without Love", "Come What May" and "Lover Please", plus his Top 10 hit with Ruth Brown "Love Has Joined Us Together". In an all-too-brief career - he died in 1972 at the age of 39 - he made many great records and had a huge impact on the worlds of pop and R&B, and we hope this collection provides a worthy showcase for his distinctive talents.
        
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