Жанр: Oldies 50's / Teen idol / early pop / doo wop Страна: USA Год издания: 1997 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 128 kbps Продолжительность: 01:00:48 Треклист:
1. Love Me Forever 2. Love Me Again 3. Love Me Always 4. Solo Ate Mi Amor 5. With All My Heart 6. Kiss By Kiss 7. Please Don't Say Sayonara 8. The Way I Love You 9. Tantalizing Love 10. Hold Me 11. What Does It Matter? 12. The Little Fool 13. Hello Heartache 14. If You're Not Completely 15. Someday (Youll Want Me) 16. Always In My Heart 17. All I Ask Of You 18. Everybody Needs Somebody 19. (Cant We Be) More Than Only Friends 20. We Had Words 21. One Moment (Uno Momento) 22. Give Me A Break 23. Turnabout Heart 24. I'd Cry No Tears
Jodie Sands (born Eleanor DiSipio) was an American popular singer, who hailed from Philadelphia. She had only one major hit, "With All My Heart," which reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1957. One other recording of hers, "Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)," barely made the Top 100 chart the following year, reaching #95, but did better in the United Kingdom, where it reached #14.
Jodie Sands is a good example of how traditional pop vocal music, with slight alterations, became the teen pop of the late '50s. Sounding increasingly like Connie Francis as her career progressed, Sands sang light pop songs to instrumental accompaniment that blended the mild rhythm of pop/rock with strings and a vocal chorus, creating an identifiably "teen" sound that never actually rocked, but maintained enough distance from pre-rock pop vocal styles to seem contemporary. This formula wasn't wildly successful for Sands; she scored one Top 20 hit, "With All My Heart," in 1957, and scraped the bottom of the charts with a remake of the pop oldie "Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)" the following year. Those chart hits aside, she bounced from label to label without success while remaining remarkably consistent in style except for occasional forays into country-pop. The Very Best of Jodie Sands is a grey-market anthology that compiles 24 of Sands' recordings from the '50s and early '60s that originally appeared on the Chancellor, Paris, ABC-Paramount, and Signature labels. Fans of "With All My Heart" will find many more songs like it, including minor gems such as "Kiss by Kiss," by the songwriters behind Johnny Tillotson's "Poetry in Motion." The anthology was mastered from vinyl, and the disc dubs are good enough for those who want to hear the music without getting too fussy about it. The Very Best of Jodie Sands doesn't include liner notes or annotation either, but for a minor artist whose catalog is spread out over numerous labels, this is probably the best Sands collection anyone could expect, at least until her recordings enter the public domain.
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