Tommy James & The Shondells - Hanky Panky/It's Only Love/I Think We're Alone Now album download
|1-2||I'll Go Crazy|
|1-3||I'm So Proud|
|1-5||Love Makes The World Go Round|
|1-7||Say I Am (What I Am)|
|1-9||Don't Throw Our Love Away|
|1-10||Shake A Tail Feather|
|1-11||Soul Searchin' Baby|
|1-12||Lots Of Pretty Girls|
|1-13||It's Only Love|
|1-14||Hold On A Little Bit Longer|
|1-16||Juanita (Nothin's Gonna Stop Our Love)|
|1-17||Big Time Operator|
|1-19||We'll Have A World|
|1-20||Don't Let My Love Pass You By|
|1-22||I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry|
|2-1||I Think We're Alone Now|
|2-2||Trust Each Other In Love|
|2-3||What I'd Give To See Your Face Again|
|2-4||Baby Let Me Down|
|2-5||Let's Be Lovers|
|2-6||Run, Run, Baby, Run|
|2-8||I Like The Way|
|2-10||(Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More|
|2-11||Gone, Gone, Gone|
Notes"Hanky Panky" LP, CD #1, tracks 1 - 12
"It's Only Love" LP, CD #1, tracks 13 - 24
"I Think We're Alone Now" LP, CD #2, tracks 1 - 12
Comes with cardboard sleeve that the cd & case slip into.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 01726 210944
Hanky Panky is the debut album of Tommy James and the Shondells and was released in 1966. It reached on the Billboard 200. The album had two singles that charted
It's Only Love works better because it places the emphasis on good times; they sound a bit like a frat party band as they run through R&B covers and big-footed party rockers, sometimes co-opting a bit of the ornate sophistication of uptown Chicago soul.
Tommy James & the Shondells on their 2010 tour. Background information. Meanwhile, in 1965, Pittsburgh dance promoter Bob Mack had unearthed the forgotten single "Hanky Panky", playing it at various dance parties, and radio stations there touted it as an "exclusive". Listener response encouraged regular play, and demand soared. Bootleggers responded by printing 80,000 black market copies of the recording, which were sold in Pennsylvania stores. I Think We're Alone Now. Gettin' Together.
I Think We're Alone Now" was the first Top Five hit for Tommy James since his 1966 chart-topper "Hanky Panky," and a redemption of sorts for/from the album that came in between, the sugary It's Only Love. The tension of the opening guitar and bass riff coupled with the great melody and theme make for an all-time rock & roll classic. It's more "hanky panky" in theme, "Hanky Panky" all grown up. "Mirage" opens side two and it is a brilliant sequel to "I Think We're Alone Now," with similar structure but enough production tricks to make the songs sound different.
I Think We're Alone Now" was the first Top Five hit for Tommy James since his 1966 chart-topper "Hanky Panky," and a redemption of sorts for/from the album that came in between, the sugary It's Only Love
Rock Tommy James And The Shondells. Members owning this album0. 1. 2. Trust Each Other in Love. 3. What I'd Give to See Your Face Again. 9. California Sun. 10. (Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More. 11. Gone, Gone, Gone.
I think it was because I recognize it! Structured very similarity to "I Think We're Alone Now" and arguably just as memorable. Love the way Tommy James sings "But my imagination is so strong that I see you coming into view, and your face is telling me that you oh yeah oh, want to be by my side, oh yeah oh, now it's finally time!" Another song that makes you think of the fun you had kissing your girl. Tommy James and The Shondells kicked around their Michigan stomping grounds for several years before finding regional success in 1963 with a cover of Barry & Greenwich's "Hanky Panky. By the time the single was rediscovered two years later by a Pittsburgh radio station, the original Shondells had gone their separate ways. James recruited a band to be the new Shondells, and in 1966 toured behind the single, cut a deal with Roulette Records and turned their flop into a chart-topping hit.
Written-By – Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry. B. Written-By – R. Cordell.
Hanky Panky is the debut album of Tommy James and the Shondells and was released in 1966. The album had two singles that charted. Hanky Panky" reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Say I Am (What I Am)" reached