Gary Lewis & The Playboys - More Golden Greats mp3 flac
- Album: More Golden Greats
- MP3: 1564 mb | FLAC: 1682 mb
- Released: 1968
- Style: Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 242
- Format: XM AIFF MMF AA DMF ASF ADX
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More Golden Greats" is a 1967 hits collection by Gary Lewis and The Playboys. It is a companion to the first volume, simply titled "Golden Greats". This album was compiled after Gary Lewis' string of consecutive hit singles. My opinion:The album is basically a mild-hits album, because aside from 'Sealed With A Kiss", there are no biggies on this one. Musically, it reflects the minor hits the guys had in '66 with some filler from the early albums thrown in. Not bad, but not super either.
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Gary Lewis & the Playboys were an American 1960s era pop and rock group, fronted by musician Gary Lewis, the son of comedian Jerry Lewis. They are best known for their 1965 Billboard Hot 100 number-one single "This Diamond Ring", which was the first of a string of hit singles they had in 1965 and 1966. The band had an earnest, boy-next-door image similar to British invasion contemporaries such as Herman's Hermits and Gerry and the Pacemakers.
LIBERTY Records producer Snuff Garrett got a lead on the group from Les Brown. In 1965-'66, Gary and band had seven Top Ten singles. All are on the 1966 LIBERTY Records LP entitled GARY LEWIS AND THE PLAYBOYS GOLDEN GREATS (LRP 3468). Additionally on second generation copies ( see below) there's five of their 'B' sides, plus the 'B' of a record not included here ("My Heart's Symphony"). ORIGINAL PRESSINGS of "Golden Greats" have one playlist variation (I own an original). Track on the 'B' side is supposed to be "Symphony" flip "I Won't Make That Mistake Again.
But Golden Greats is littered with little pop masterpieces, the addition of five songs which no one remembers or even ever wanted to play some kind of twisted joke. By placing an absolutely dreadful "Time Stands Still" next to the sublime "Green Grass" the producers embarrass their charge. Gary Lewis is forgiven, though, because the high points here are exquisite memories and he is the guy who helped provide them.