8 thoughts on “ I Love You Babe - Dave Berry - This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions 1963-1966 (CD) ”

  1. This double CD only covers about the first half of his output for Decca between , yet contains no less than 57 tracks, making it likely to be the most definitive collection of his work during this era. Every one of his British hits (except 's "Mama") is here, along with all the non-hits, B-sides, LP tracks, and rarities from EPs.8/
  2. Digitally remastered two CD collection featuring the Sheffield singer's complete early recordings for Decca from to Comprising 57 tracks drawn from two albums, two scarce EPs, a raft of singles and some rare Decca compilation LPs; kicking off with two previously unissued pre-Decca demos by Berry with Joe Browns Bruvvers (produced by Mickie Most in !) and includes the #1 smash /5(12).
  3. Dave Berry - This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions () I Love You Babe Soft Lights (And Sweet Music) Green Grass Love Has Gone Out Of Your Life. Dave Berry (born David Holgate Grundy, 6 February in Woodhouse, Sheffield) is an English pop singer and former teen idol of the s. Author: Dave Berry.
  4. This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions (2-CD) by Dave Berry - CD () for $ from constranilcomdownccomcapsmetphytomcone.co Pop / Rock Record Collector (magazine): 3 stars out of 5 -- ''Same Game' has an effective, broody delivery and production to raise it above the rest.' - Order by Phone /5(3).
  5. Download Dave Berry - This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions () or any other file from Music category. I Love You Babe Soft Lights (And Sweet Music) Green Grass Love Has Gone Out Of Your Life Dave Berry (born David Holgate Grundy, 6 February in Woodhouse, Sheffield) is an English pop singer and former teen.
  6. This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions Volume One. Dave Berry.. Released on 31/08/ First-ever collection of the Sheffield singer’s complete early recordings for Decca from to Includes the No. 1 smash ‘’The Crying Game’ (later immortalised in Neil Jordan’s hit film) as well as other hits ‘Memphis Tennessee’, ‘My Baby Left Me’, ‘Baby It’s You’ and ‘One Heart Between Two’.
  7. Dave Berry was the closest British pop in the mids got to enigmatic. Inspired by the earlier generation of rockers like Gene Vincent, he nurtured a mysterious stage image in line with his slight but charming performances of hits like "The Crying Game" (later immortalised by the film of the same name, of course), the Kinks' "This Strange Effect" (the biggest hit ever in Belgium!) and Bobby /5(12).

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