Various ‎– Het Plaatjesboek

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Ambo | Anthos Uitgevers ‎– PD 8691 CMM
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1 Robert Johnson Cross Road Blues
Written-By – Robert Johnson
2:41
2 Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez Wild Thing
Written-By – Chip Taylor
5:59
3 Humphrey Lyttelton Bad Penny Blues
Written-By – Humphrey Lyttelton
2:42
4 Arthur Alexander You Better Move On
Written-By – Arthur Alexander
3:24
5 Dave Van Ronk House Of The Rising Sun
Written By – Gary White, Nicholas Diablo Ray, Terry Holmes
5:41
6 Thin Lizzy Whiskey In The Jar
Written-By – Traditional
5:46
7 James Carr The Dark End Of The Street
Written-By – Dan Penn
2:33
8 Aretha Franklin You'll Never Walk Alone
Written-By – Richard Rodgers
6:43
9 Richard Berry Louie Louie
Written-By – Richard Berry
2:14
10 Jake Holmes Dazed And Confused
Written-By – Jake Holmes
3:50
11 Dusty Springfield Breakfast In Bed
Written-By – Donnie Fritts, Eddie Hinton
2:57
12 Ricky Koole, Wouter Planteijdt En Eric van Dijsseldonk Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Recorded By, Mixed By – Hubert-Jan HubeekWritten-By – Bob Dylan
3:04
13 The Big 3 Featuring Mama Cass The Banjo Song
Vocals – Mama CassWritten-By – Traditional
1:57
14 Domenico Modugno Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu
Written-By – Domenico Modugno, Franco Migliacci
2:01
15 The Melodians Rivers Of Babylon
Written-By – Brenton Dowe*, Trevor McNaughton
3:26
16 Lotte Lenya Morität Von Mackie Messer
Written-By – Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill
3:06

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Notes

CD comes with the book Het Plaatjesboek, written by Leo Blokhuis.

The Cat# is only found on the inside ring of the CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 9789026320903
  • Barcode (Text): 9 789026 320903
  • Other (ISBN): 978 90 263 2090 3
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout: PD 8691 CMM - PLAATJESBOEK 01927009

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DSCHRUBBA2

DSCHRUBBA2

September 25, 2010
It is worth noting that the above collection includes a track by The Big 3, "The Banjo Song". When originally recorded and released, in the early 60s, it was credited to just "The Big 3", including vocals by a then lesser known singer, Cass Elliot. The collection here (released many years later), includes a "featuring credit" to Mama Cass (a name Cass Elliot wouldn't use until late in 1965) simply to alert buyers of her pre-The Mamas And The Papas recording and doesn't prove to be correct otherwise.