Ferry Cross the Mersey songs Product Information
Ferry Cross the Mersey album for sale by Gerry & The Pacemakers was released Sep 07, 1999 on the EMI Music Distribution label. Granted, all but fanatics should be satisfied with a best-of for Gerry & the Pacemakers. Ferry Cross the Mersey CD music But British Invasion specialists could do worse than pick up this reissue, which packages their 1965 LP with 14 rare bonus tracks. Ferry Cross the Mersey itself has nine Gerry Marsden originals, and aside from the hits (the title track and "It's Gonna Be All Right"), these rarely show up on compilations; they have the same lightweight, energetic Merseybeat charm of most of their early material. The album (which accompanied the long-gone Ferry Cross the Mersey film) also had some decent guest tracks by fellow Liverpudlians the Fourmost and Cilla Black, and a moody instrumental by the George Martin Orchestra. The bonus cuts aren't quite up to the same level, but they're pretty hard to come by otherwise: four songs that only appeared on an obscure compilation LP, rare singles from 1966 and 1967, the "film version" of "It's Gonna Be All Right" (identical to the single except for a few more instrumental bars at the beginning), and their super-rare 1966 live EP, Gerry in California. ...See Full Description
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||A must for Gerry & the Pacemaker fans|
Ferry Cross the Mersey songs This is a beauty for Gerry fans and lovers of mid sixties music, lots of hits combined with rare recordings such as their version of 'The Way You Look Tonight'. Even has a George martin instrumental from the 'Ferry Cross the mersey movie and some live trax. All and all worth it!
By skaf (Victoria Australia)
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Ferry Cross the Mersey songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||3798426|
|Label||EMI Music Distribution|
|Release Date||Sep 07, 1999|