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Come And Stay With Me: The UK 45's 1964-1969

Come And Stay With Me: The UK 45's 1964-1969 by Marianne Faithfull buy album

Marianne Faithfull

Label: ABKCO Records
Released: 2019
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As Tears Go By; Greensleeves; Blowin’ In the Wind; House of the Rising Sun; Come and Stay With Me; What Have I Done Wrong; This Little Bird; Morning Sun; Go Away From My World; The Most of What Is Least; Et Maintenant; The Sha La La Song; Summer Nights; Yesterday; Oh Look Around You; Tomorrow’s Calling; That’s Right Baby; Counting; Like To Dial Your Number; Is This What I Get For Loving You?; Something Better; Sister Morphine.

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Jimmy Page: guitar; Big Jim Sullivan: guitar, sitar; Ry Cooder: slide guitar; Jack Nitszche: piano; Charlie Watts: drums, No further musician credits supplied.


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