Love Me, Please Love Me (Sandie Shaw album). Love Me, Please Love Me is the third original album or LP by 1960s British singer Sandie Shaw. It was issued by Pye Records in November 1967, several months after Shaw's triumph in that year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Fresh from her triumph at the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest, Shaw concentrated on determinedly MOR pop (not pop/rock) material on her third album. The program focused on songs by Jacques Brel, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Cole Porter, and the like, with only two contributions by her longtime songwriter Chris Andrews. She's no Barbra Streisand, to put it mildly, and the results held little charm either for her fan base or the larger adult market that she may have been trying to reach
Sandie Shaw's two weakest albums shouldn't make a very good CD when paired together, but somehow this compilation, part of EMI's 60's 2 on 1 series, sort of works - at least, gathering all of Shaw's pop music digressions (as opposed to pop/rock) of 1967-1968 into one place allows the music to have a fighting. chance, without competing with her more suitable pop/rock sides
The Sandie Shaw Supplement was a television show hosted by the British singer Sandie Shaw in 1968; and also the name of her fourth original album released in November of that year by Pye Records, and re-issued shortly afterwards on the Marble Arch label. The TV show included Shaw singing the songs from the album. Most of the shows have since been erased by the BBC, after Shaw asked for them to put the film on videotape
Songs: Sandie Shaw - Love Me, Please Love Me 03:30. Sandie Shaw - One Note Samba 02:19. Sandie Shaw - Smile 03:13. Sandie Shaw - Yes, My Darling Daughter 02:04. Sandie Shaw - Ne Me Quitte Pas 03:08. Sandie Shaw - Every Time We Say Goodbye 03:01. Sandie Shaw - The Way That I Remember Him 02:34. Sandie Shaw - Hold 'Im Down 02:14. Sandie Shaw - I Get a Kick out of You 02:07. Sandie Shaw - Time After Time 02:32. Sandie Shaw - That's Why 02:11. Sandie Shaw - By Myself 02:57.
Artists Sandie Shaw Love Me, Please Love Me. Love Me, Please Love Me Sandie Shaw. Love Me, Please Love Me. 1967. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Love Me, Please Love Me. 1.
The album mainly contains cover versions of songs made popular by other artists, like Michel Polnareff's "Love Me, Please Love Me", though two songs are written by Chris Andrews, who was Shaw's personal songwriter for much of the 1960s. Studio album by. Sandie Shaw. Love Me, Please Love Me may refer to: Love Me, Please Love Me (Michel Polnareff album), 1966 debut album by Michel Polnareff. Love Me, Please Love Me" (song), 1966 song by Michel Polnareff, title track of above album. Love Me, Please Love Me (Sandie Shaw album), 1967 album by Sandie Shaw, with above song as a title track.
Love Me, Please Love Me (LP, Album). Love Me, Please Love Me (LP, Album).
The Sandie Shaw Supplement – The TV show included Shaw singing the songs from the album. Most of the shows have since been erased by the BBC, only two episodes have survived, after being returned to the BBC from overseas in the early 1990s. Episode 2 was shown on BBC2 shortly after being recovered, the audio tracks to some episodes have survived and pirate versions can sometimes be found on the internet but are generally hard to find. Sandie Shaw, MBE (born Sandra Ann Goodrich; 26 February 1947) is an English singer. One of the most successful Britis. andie Shaw in the Netherlands, February 1967. Pye Records was a British record label.