(Norton 379) First ever comp of Del 's 1964-66 in-credible Amy sides with tuff backing by the Royaltones! Incl. unissued Link Wray style instro Torture ?õ?í don 't miss this one!
Move It On Over / I Can 't Believe My Ears / Do You Wanna Dance / That 's The Way Love Is / Keep Searchin' / I Wish I Wasn 't Me Tonight / Mary Jane / Break Up / Stranger In Town / Broken Promises / Why Don 't You Tell Him / Handy Man / Over You / She Still Remembers Tony / I Go To Pieces / Torture
I Can't Believe My Ears
Posted by Line Breaks on 27th Mar 2016
Really, some of Del's best sides are represented here. So many classics. If you think about it, Del Shannon is, like... he's a king. He reached the creative heights of Roy Orbison, of Johnny Cash, of Elvis, yet little of the popular attention they received. This collection gathers material not often found on other Del Shannon anthologies. If you don't have Del Shannon records in your home, you ought to - at least one - and this is a really good one. Del's final album, 1991's Rock On, is also highly recommended - it contains Del's definitive take on I Go To Pieces, a song he spent close to 30 years perfecting. You're always going to be all right with Del Shannon. He'll be there for you. He's your Handy Man.