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Tommy James & The Shondells: Anthology


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Artist: Tommy James, The Shondells
Release date: 1989
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:14:35
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No. Title Length
1. Hanky Panky (Single Version) 2:54
2. Say I Am (What I Am) [Single Version] 2:33
3. It's Only Love 2:16
4. I Think We're Alone Now (Single Version) 2:11
5. (Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More 2:26
6. Mirage (Single Version) 2:39
7. I Like the Way 2:43
8. Run, Run, Baby, Run 2:21
9. Gettin' Together (Single Version) 2:17
10. Real Girl 2:16
11. Love's Closin' In On Me (Single Version) 2:14
12. Out of the Blue 2:26
13. Get Out Now 2:13
14. (I'm) Taken 2:27
15. One Two Three and I Fell 2:20
16. Mony Mony 2:53
17. Somebody Cares 2:41
18. Do Something to Me 2:31
19. Crimson and Clover 3:29
20. Sugar On Sunday 3:26
21. Crystal Blue Persuasion 4:06
22. Sweet Cherry Wine 4:31
23. Loved One 3:41
24. Ball of Fire 3:08
25. She (featuring Tommy James & The Shondells) 2:04
26. Gotta Get Back to You 3:05
27. Draggin' the Line 2:44



Tommy James was a top selling singles artist throughout the mid- to late ‘60s, with a string of Top 40 hits that were as fresh and exciting as the album oriented rock that received most of the critical applause and that gave rise to the FM radio format. James’ music with the Shondells kept AM radio firmly in its sights and their heads. They were an unashamed celebration of what became known as “bubblegum” pop. Fact is the songs themselves are very, very good. “Hanky Panky” has a powerful hook and slashing guitars, while “I Think We’re Alone Now” is an affecting piece of adolescent sexual tension. “Mirage,” “I Like The Way,” “Getting Together” and “Real Girl” are riveting pieces of pop-rock, with vocal interplay that enlivens even the most routine composition. “Mony Mony” proved to be a great rock ‘n’ roll shouter (and later a hit for Billy Idol), but “Crimson and Clover,” “Crystal Blue Persuasion” and “Sweet Cherry Wine” showed James and crew could keep up with the psychedelic innovations without losing their bite. This is a great detailed anthology of that era.