“Thank Your Lucky Stars Vol.2” by Various Artists - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1963(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

Second album in the series celebrating ABC Television's “Thank Your Lucky Stars” pop show. Released in September, 1963, it's the first LP to feature “those wild boys”, The Rolling Stones.

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A1 [02:05] 5.3.png Brian Poole and The Tremeloes - Twist And Shout (Phil Medley, Bert Russell) Pop
A2 [02:01] 4.6.png The Caravelles - You Don’t Have To Be A Baby To Cry (Bob Merrill, Terry Shand) Crooner / Cabaret
A3 [02:07] 3.3.png The Big Three - By The Way (Mitch Murray) Pop
A4 [02:13] 2.9.png Karl Denver - Still (Bill Anderson) Country
A5 [02:02] 3.2.png Billie Davis - He’s The One (Charles Blackwell) Pop
A6 [02:36] 4.0.png The Dennisons - Be My Girl (Steve McLaren, Eddie Parry) Pop
A7 [02:38] 1.3.png The Bachelors - Faraway Places (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney) Country
A8 [01:39] 2.5.png The Cadets - Hello Trouble (Eddie McDuff, Orville Couch) Country
B1 [02:50] 4.0.png Jet Harris and Tony Meehan - Foot Stomp (Tony Meehan) Pop
B2 [01:49] 4.1.png The Tornados - The Ice Cream Man (Joe Meek) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B3 [02:17] 4.9.png The Marauders - That’s What I Want (John Carter, Ken Lewis) Pop
B4 [02:38] 7.3.png Heinz - Just Like Eddie (Geoff Goddard) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B5 [02:15] 3.3.png The Lorne Gibson Trio - Some Do, Some Don’t (Some Will, Some Won’t) (Freddie Hart, Abe Mulkey) Pop
B6 [02:28] 3.7.png Kathy Kirby - Dance On (Valerie Murtagh, Elaine Murtagh, Ray Adams, Marcel Stellman) Pop
B7 [02:11] 3.9.png Mickie Most - Mr. Porter (Hubert Pattison) Pop
B8 [02:16] 6.2.png The Rolling Stones - Come On (Charles Berry) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
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