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Twice As Much - Sittin' On a Fence: The Immediate Anthology (1966-68) [Remastered] (1999)


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Twice As Much - Sittin' On a Fence: The Immediate Anthology (1966-68) [Remastered] (1999)

Artist: Twice As Much
Title Of Album: Sittin' On a Fence: The Immediate Anthology
Year Of Release: 1966-68/1999
Label (Catalog#) :Immediate [NEMCD 413]
Country: UK
Genre: Baroque Folk-Pop-Rock
Bitrate: Lossless
Quality: FLAC (tracks+cue,scans)
Time: 01:18:12
Full Size: 445mb(+5%)

The duo's two albums are assembled together on one CD, and appended with singles that weren't on either, all in glittering sound (it took till the mid-'90s, at least, for proper sources to be assembled on the Immediate Records catalog). The first six tracks, representing single A- and B-sides, have a fair amount of appeal today as artifacts of '60s pop/rock, with "Step Out of Line," an original by the duo, probably representing their own sound best, kind of between Simon & Garfunkel and Peter & Gordon, and closer to the latter. The album cuts are a more difficult fit, ranging from Broadway tunes to covers of Beatles and other songs -- though if these guys were to have covered any Beatles tracks, the right ones were chosen in "Help!" and "We Can Work It Out," and the harmony versions of the Small Faces songs are an interesting variant on the latter, even if they won't displace the Small Faces' own renditions. There are also good covers of Phil Spector material ("Is That What I Get for Loving You Baby?") and rock classics like "Do You Wanna Dance," but their very best efforts were, in many ways, the duo's own songs, and filmmaker Peter Whitehead seems to have had the best instincts when he lifted their "Night Time Girl" from the first album for use in his documentary Tonite Let's All Make Love in London. Fans of Vashti Bunyan may also want to pick this CD up for the presence of "The Coldest Night of the Year," as the folksinging legend appeared with the duo, fully credited, on the record.




Twice As Much - Sittin' On a Fence: The Immediate Anthology (1966-68) [Remastered] (1999)
Twice As Much - Sittin' On a Fence: The Immediate Anthology (1966-68) [Remastered] (1999)


Tracks:
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01. Sitting On A Fence (M. Jagger, K. Richard) - 3:07
02. Baby I Want You - 2:14
03. Step Out Of Line - 3:09
04. Simplified - 3:24
05. True Story - 2:42
06. You're So Good For Me (W. Bell, A. Loog Oldham, D. Skinner, A. Rose) - 2:33
07. I Have A Love (L. Bernstein) - 2:02
08. Help (J. lennon, P. McCartney) - 2:46
09. Is This What I Get For Loving You Baby? (P. Spector, G. Goffin, C. King) - 2:48
10. Night Time Girl - 2:46
11. Life Is But Nothing - 3:54
12. The Spinning Wheel - 2:21
13. Happy Times - 3:23
14. Sha La La La Lee (M. Shuman, K. Lynch) - 2:08
15. We Can Work It Out (J. Lennon, P. McCartney) - 2:15
16. As Tears Go By (M. Jagger, K. Richard) - 3:16
17. The Time Is Right - 3:03
18. The Summer's Ending - 2:39
19. Play With Fire (M. Jagger, B. Jones, K. Richards, C. Watts, B. Wyman) - 2:29
20. Why Can't They All Go And Leave Me Alone? - 2:57
21. Crystal Ball (M. Shuman, S. Fagan) - 2:44
22. Hey Girl (J. Phillips, M. Gilliam) - 2:25
23. Listen - 2:40
24. Green Circles (S. Marriott, R.Lane, M. O'Sullivan) - 2:38
25. Life Is But Nothing / Happy Times / Do You Wanna Dance (D. Skinner, A. Rose, Freeman) - 3:35 - -
26. You'll Never Get To Heaven - 2:39
27. Coldest Night Of The Year (B. Mann, C. Weil) - 3:27
28. She's Alway On My Mind - 2:23

Personnel:
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David Skinner - Vocals, Keyboards
Andrew Rose - Vocals
Nicky Hopkins - Keyboards
Alan Weighall - Drums
Andy White - Drums
Eric Ford - Drums
Jim Sullivan - Guitar
Jimmy Page - Guitar
Joe Moretti - Guitar
John McLaughlin - Guitar
Alan Hakin - Percussion
Eric Allen - Percussion
Red Weller - Percussion
Arthur Greenslade - Orchestra Arrangements

All thanks to original releaser


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