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CD: Shakin' Stevens: Got a Lot O'livin to Do (Rare and Rockin' Tracks 1976-1979) (2005)

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Shakin' Stevens
Got a Lot O'livin to Do (Rare and Rockin' Tracks 1976-1979)
Cover: CD: Shakin' Stevens: Got a Lot O'livin to Do (Rare and Rockin' Tracks 1976-1979) (2005)
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Released :
USA, 19/09-2005
Label:
PLAYGROUND
Genre:
Rock
Cat. no.
CMQCD1209
UPC/EAN:
5050749412096
Units:
1 CD (Compact Disc)
Weight (estimated):
124 gram
Status:
Not available

Comprising the original 1978 Track album, Shakin' Stevens, along with the singles he also recorded for the label, plus alternate takes, Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do recollects the period shortly before Shaky's phenomenal 1980 UK chart breakthrough. Also included are previously unreleased tracks recorded in 1976 with The Sunsets, such as the highly sought-after 'A Lover's Question', and hard to find rarities such as 'Oakie Boogie' & 'Ain't That A Shame' and recordings taken from the soundtrack to 1979's Oh Boy! TV series which have been revived by legendary R&R impresario Jack Good. Castle. 2005.

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CD 1:

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