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The Shangri-Las - The Sweet Sounds Of Summer album download

Performer:

The Shangri-Las

Title:

The Sweet Sounds Of Summer

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

1772 mb

Other music formats:

XM AU APE MP1 FLAC AHX DMF

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

Ballad

Country:

US

Date of release:

1966

The Shangri-Las - The Sweet Sounds Of Summer album download

Tracklist

The Sweet Sounds Of Summer 3:10
I'll Never Learn 2:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
72645 The Shangri-Las The Sweet Sounds Of Summer ‎(7") Mercury 72645 US 1966
MF 962, 127 261 MCF The Shangri-Las The Sweet Sounds Of Summer ‎(7", Mono) Mercury, Mercury MF 962, 127 261 MCF UK 1966
72645 The Shangri-Las The Sweet Sounds Of Summer ‎(7", Promo) Mercury 72645 US 1966



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If only Mercury had sprung for full albums from The Shangri-Las in 1966 and 1967, instead of just for one 45 for each year, the world would be a better place to have those albums - assuming they'd have been as great as the singles. The Shangri-Las gave us precious few recordings, yet in the future, if only one 20th century girl group is remembered, it should be the one who remember walking in the sand. Their final two singles, "I'll Never Learn" and the More-Than-A-Woman-inspiring "Footsteps On The Roof", are two of their greatest songs. "I'll Never Learn" destroys - it destroys everything! "Sweet Sounds..." is pretty good, too. Imagine if The Shangri-Las had made a whole album like this, of chamber folk groove and psychedelia. Mary Weiss sings the lead vocal here, while the Ganser sisters echo, ghost-like, behind her. How is it that this song is never included on Shangri-Las compilations? There are so many Shangri-Las compilations, and "I'll Never Learn" only on a couple of them - maybe there are rights issues. This is a classic song and recording, written by Essra Mohawk and produced by Shadow Morton. You hear this, and you can't believe such a beautiful song exists, and that it was recorded and arranged in such an interesting way, and that it was made in 1966! It sounds contemporary in a way that few pop records of the mid-sixties, or any time really, do.

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