Marianne Faithfull ‎– Love In A Mist

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1 Yesterday
Written By – Lennon-McCartney
2:14
2 You Can't Go Where The Roses Go
Written-By – J. DeShannon*
2:43
3 Our Love Has Gone
Written-By – C. Andrews*
3:11
4 Don't Make Promises You Can't Keep
Written-By – T. Hardin*
2:47
5 In The Night Time
Written-By – D. Leitch*
2:58
6 This Little Bird
Written By – John D. Loudermilk
2:01
7 Ne Me Quitte Pas
Written By – Jacques Brel
2:26
8 Counting
Written By – Jon Lind
2:47
9 Reason To Believe
Written-By – T. Hardin*
2:18
10 Coquillage
Written By – Marcel Stellman, Taylor
3:29
11 With You In Mind
Written By – Jackie DeShannon
2:21
12 Young Girl Blues
Written-By – D. Leitch*
3:30
13 Good Guy
Written-By – D. Leitch*
2:41
14 I Have A Love
Written-By – L. Bernstein*, St. Sondheim*
2:40
15 Hang On To A Dream
Written By – Tim Hardin
2:17
16 Rosie, Rosie
Written By – Ray Davies
2:33

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Released in a jewel case with a one page card insert listing tracks, etc

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (text): 9 313670 301515

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SKL 4854 Marianne Faithfull Love In A Mist(LP, Album) Decca SKL 4854 UK 1967 Sell This Version
820 632-2 Marianne Faithfull Love In A Mist(CD, Album) London Records 820 632-2 UK 1988 Sell This Version
NU 375 004 Marianne Faithfull Love In A Mist(LP, Album) Decca NU 375 004 Netherlands 1967 Sell This Version
S-4680 Marianne Faithfull Love In A Mist(LP, Album, Club) World Record Club S-4680 Australia 1970 Sell This Version
NU 375 004 Marianne Faithfull Love In A Mist(LP, Album) Decca NU 375 004 Belgium 1967 Sell This Version

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vphedderel

vphedderel

June 24, 2017
I don't know if it's a mistake on the CD or just on this listing, but track 7 ("Ne Me Quitte Pas") is written by Michel Legrand and Jacques Demy and is a song from the film Les Parapluies de Cherbourg. It is not the Jacques Brel song of the same French name.