Neil Sedaka - His Greatest Hits mp3 album
Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits is a 1963 compilation album of twelve of the most popular hits of Neil Sedaka's tenure with RCA Victor. Next Door To An Angel" (1962). King of Clowns" (1962). Stairway to Heaven" (1960). Run Samson Run" (1960). Calendar Girl" (1961). Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (1962). Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" (1961). Little Devil" (1961). Sweet Little You" (1961). You Mean Everything to Me" (1960).
Songs in album Neil Sedaka - Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits (1963). 1. Next Door To An Angel.
Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits from 1962 - containing the pop singer's material from the late '50s and early '60s - is not to be confused with the 1976 Rocket Records compilation Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits, though the two 12-song single discs from different decades make an almost comprehensive collection of his 21 Top 40. recordings, as well as pretty good bookends. Rather than start things chronologically with "The Diary," Nevins-Kirshner smartly open up the album with "Next Door to an Angel" and kick off the flip with "Breaking Up Is Hard to D. Maurice Seymour's four snapshots of Sedaka on the original issue of this disc range from high-school yearbook-type photographs to the look of a soon-to-be crooner, and if a picture's really worth a thousand words, they explain why Sedaka still doesn't get the attention often received by Barry Mann, Gerry Goffin or Jeff Barry.
Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits is a 1977 compilation album consisting of the works of American pop star Neil Sedaka. It contains his most popular songs from his trilogy of Rocket albums from 1974-1976. It was released by The Rocket Record Company in the US; outside the US it was released on the Polydor label. Side One. Side Two. 2 References.
You won't find "Where the Boys Are," his big Connie Francis hit, here, though Sedaka does belt that one out live, which brings our attention to the downside of this otherwise fine roundup of songs composed with lyricist Howie Greenfield. The first ten songs to make the grade from 1958-1962 are here, including the double-sided "You Mean Everything to Me" and "Run Samson Run," Top 20 and Top 30 showings, respectively, that are about as effective as "Sweet Little You" and "King of Clowns," not up there with the best of Sedaka. Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits. Neil Sedaka chronology. Laughter and Tears: The Best of Neil Sedaka Today (1976). Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits (1977). Neil Sedaka and Songs - A Solo Concert (1977).
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Neil Sedaka With Stan Applebaum And His Orchestra. 5. –Neil Sedaka With Stan Applebaum And His Orchestra. Run Samson Run. 2:30. 6. Sings His Greatest Hits (LP, Comp). RCA Victor, Eastronics Ltd. Israel.
|A1||Next Door To An Angel||2:26|
|A3||King Of Clowns||2:40|
|A4||Stairway To Heaven||2:35|
|A5||Run Samson Run||2:30|
|B1||Breaking Up Is Hard To Do||2:20|
|B3||Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen||2:40|
|B5||Sweet Little You||2:05|
|B6||You Mean Everything To Me||2:32|
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