Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody songs Product Information
Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody album for sale by Righteous Brothers was released Dec 29, 1990 on the Polydor label. Though any mention of the Righteous Brothers immediately conjures up the strains of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and "Unchained Melody" (usually in that order), the duo also released many other fine singles during the 1960s. This 12-track collection, issued on Verve (a label primarily known for jazz), begins with the two aforementioned runaway hits, and then moves into less familiar, but no-less charming territory, with producer Phil Spector providing his larger-than-life "wall of sound" production to some of the other songs, including the lush "Ebb Tide." While the pair (Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield) is capable of surprisingly gritty tunes (see the raucous "Little Latin Lupe Lu"), the Californian blue-eyed-soul act is most at home applying its gorgeous baritone/falsetto harmonies to songs of unbridled emotion such as "Soul and Inspiration" and "See That Girl." With the exception of the Righteous Brothers' most faithful fans, most listeners will get a satisfying dose of the twosome's passionate pop on this concise compilation. Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody Album Track Listing
|1||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' See All 38 ||3:49|| $1.29|
|2||Unchained Melody See All 39 ||3:38|| $1.29|
|3||(You're My) Soul and Inspiration See All 28 ||3:24|| $1.29|
|4||Ebb Tide See All 30 ||2:50|| $1.29|
|5||Just Once In My Life See All 30 ||3:52|| $1.29|
|6||White Cliffs of Dover See All 21||2:15|| $0.99|
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|7||He See All 25 ||3:03|| $0.99|
|8||Hung On You See All 25 ||3:26|| $0.99|
|9||Little Latin Lupe Lu See All 21 ||2:22|| $1.29|
|10||Go Ahead And Cry See All 20 ||2:38|| $0.99|
|11||See That Girl See All 15 ||3:13|| $0.99|
|12||On This Side of Goodbye See All 17 ||3:10|| $0.99|
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Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody buy CD music Customer Reviews
||I love this CD!!!!!!|
Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody buy CD music I love the Righteous Brothers! And this is all their best hits! It's all the songs you can sing along to, slow dance to, or just have a romantic evening to! Remember "Ghost" with "Unchained Melody"? :) This CD is awesome!
By luvzaverb (Charlotte, NC)
||Not the 1966 album|
Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody songs Don't be misled by the photo on this CD. It doesn't have the same songs as the 1966 LP that had this photo on the cover.
By James (Lawton, OK)
||Review on ordering hard-to-find CDs online|
Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody album for sale After attending a Righteous Brothers concert, I became interested in their music but was not able to find any of their CDs in our local stores.
By a reviewer (Lincol, NE)
||A dinosuars opinion|
This has been one of my favorite albums since about 1965.
By a reviewer (Jersey shore)
||The very best|
The Cd is all I expected. The music is wonderfull, and the lyrics even better.
By wfinkas (Buffalo, NY)
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Very Best of the Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1056943|
|Release Date||Dec 29, 1990|
|Producer||Bill Medley; Phil Spector|
|Recording Time||38 minutes|
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