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  1. There’s also a version of Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard’s “Sinner’s Devotion” which virtually defines Scepter’s variation on the uptown soul sound. In she joined James Brown’s touring company and recorded a couple of his songs, “I Cried” and “If You Don’t Think”, for his Try Me label.
  2. ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE: A BURT BACHARACH COLLECTOR'S ANTHOLOGY , MADE IN THE EU, ACE RECORDS LTD, , 1 CD, 26 TRACKS. I first signed onto tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo a couple years ago to expand my Burt Bacharach collection. I've seen Burt Bacharach perform live five times, talked to him twice, and own over 85 of his CD's/5(4).
  3. ALBUM REVIEW: Always Something There: A Burt Bacharach Collectors’ Anthology by Various artists ALBUM REVIEW: Am I Dreaming? – 80 Brit Girl Sounds Of The 60s by Various Artists DVD REVIEW: American Folk Blues Festival: The British Tours by Various Artists.
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  5. Burt Bacharach: album. Hit maker! Burt Bacharach plays the Burt Bacharach his hits, (LP Kapp KSI ) (cover: Burt) Don't make me over / Walk on by / Don't go breaking my heart / Blue on blue / The last one to be loved / There's always something there to remind me / What's new pussycat? / 24 hours from Tulsa / My little red book (all I do is talk about you) / Trains and boats and planes.
  6. "The CDr Trading Ring is for all collectors of live music on CDr to trade information and recordings in a forum of like minded persons." Burt Bacharach () Dougal and the Blue Cat - Eric Thompson () Most Import Records Ever Made - Wire magazine Various Artists - On the Halls () Anton Webern - Complete Webern, Op.
  7. release featuring collectors' pieces and original versions from the deep catalogue of one of the 20th century's greatest pop tunesmiths. It features a £ Northern rarity (Dean Barlow) and contains Burt's first recorded composition (Nat "King" Cole, ).
  8. The collection, due for a January 27, street date, is fully and lovingly remastered by Bob Fisher (who has been waiting years for a crack at ‘em) and features liner notes by Wills expert Rich Kienzle, who writes: “For all the great records Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys made in for Columbia and MGM — and there were plenty.

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