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Geordie Boy: Anthology album for sale by Alan Price was released Dec 17, 2002 on the Castle Music Uk label. The first comprehensive look at the legendary Animals organist's solo career! All his UK hits join '60s gems with the Alan Price Set, choice cuts from '70s LPs like O! Lucky Man and England My England and even tracks from 1995's A Gigster's Life for Me. Includes I Put a Spell on You; Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo; The House That Jack Built; O! Lucky Man; Poor People; Papers ; three songs with Georgie Fame... 46 tracks! Geordie Boy: Anthology CD music contains a single disc with 46 songs.
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This compendium of Alan Price's work shows once again the extraordinary talent he uses in writing and performing. His group -- The Alan Price Set -- made music =most= unusual for its time.
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|Label||Castle Music Uk|
|Release Date||Dec 17, 2002|
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