Marianne Faithfull - Come And Stay With Me: The UK 45s 1964-1969 (60s uk, great pop/soft rock) Flac

The A and B-sides of the ten singles Marianne recorded for UK Decca between 1964 and 1969, plus her ‘Go Away From My World’ EP for good measure. All tracks are in authentic mono, just like the actual 45s and mastered from the best possible sources, including some fresh Abbey Road transfers of the original tapes.

The CD features Marianne’s Top 20 hits ‘As Tears Go By’, ‘Come And Stay With Me’, ‘This Little Bird’ and ‘Summer Nights’, plus lesser-known gems such as ‘Something Better’, ‘That’s Right Baby’, ‘House Of The Rising Sun’, ‘Counting’ and the controversial cult favourite ‘Sister Morphine’. Producers include Andrew Loog Oldham, Mike Leander, Tony Calder and Mick Jagger.


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  2. Many thanks for this Nelwizard - what a beautiful collection and all in glorious mono! It has so many wonderful songs including two of my all time favourites, the cover of the Ronettes classic 'Is This What I Get For Loving You' (as much as I adore all things Phil Spector it's one of those rare occasions where I prefer Marianne's version) and 'Sister Morphine' (which astonishingly she wrote before she was addicted, almost in a moment of pre-cognition).

    You have some great taste - all the Cosmic/Disco stuff etc - very close to my own - I really enjoy your blog, it's one of the better ones without a doubt - thanks for your hard work.


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