Burt Bacharach - His Songs (1965) and then several years later as Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits (1969).
Plays His Hits (LP, Album). This is a reissue of the 1965 LP "Hit Maker, The Man, Burt Bacharach and his Songs" (Kapp KS-3577). Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 23 For Sale from €. 0.
He is known for his popular hit songs and compositions from the mid-1950s through the 1980s, with lyrics written by Hal David, as part of the duo Bacharach and David. Many of their hit. ore . Year: 1965. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Hit Maker! Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits Album.
Doxy Records, Поп, 2018. 1. Burt Bacharach - Dream Big. 2:12. 2. Burt Bacharach - Loving Is A Way Of Living. 3. Burt Bacharach - Make Room For The Joy. 2:08. 4. Burt Bacharach - Paradise Island. 5. Burt Bacharach - Moon Man. 2:25. 6. Burt Bacharach - The Hangman (Inspired By The Film, The Hangman). 7. Burt Bacharach - The Net. 2:24. 8. Burt Bacharach - With Open Arms. 9. Burt Bacharach - Faker Faker. 10. Burt Bacharach - In Times Like These. Wiedersehen mit Marlene (Original Album plus Bonus Tracks 1960). Marlene Dietrich, Burt Bacharach and His Orchestra.
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Hit Maker! Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits" was largely ignored in the US but rose to on the UK album charts, where his version of "Trains and Boats and Planes" had become a top 5 single. In 1967, Bacharach signed as an artist with A&M Records, recording a mix of new material and re-arrangements of his best-known songs. He recorded for A&M until 1978
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Basically, this is a retitled reissue of his 1965 Kapp album Hit Maker!, with the addition of his 1965 "What's New Pussycat?"/"My Little Red Book" single, the 1963 single "And So Goodbye, My Love," and the previously unreleased alternate take "Saturday Sunshine. For that reason it may find favor with current lounge revivalists, and indeed, if you want one early Burt Bacharach record, this may be the one to get, if for no reason other than that it contains his own interpretations (bland as they are) of his best early work. And the approach wasn't without commercial reward: the version of "Trains and Boats and Planes" included here actually reached number four on the British charts, outperforming Billy J. Kramer's cover.