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Runaway With del Shannon

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There weren't too many really good rock & roll albums released in America (or anywhere else) in 1961, and considering that Runaway With Del Shannon was slapped together to take advantage of the single "Runaway"'s number one chart position, it comes off amazingly well. A handful of cuts off of this album, including "Lies" and "Jody," frequently end up on anthologies of Shannon's work, but there is a bit more here to appreciate. The opening track, "Misery," is a catchy Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman number that shows off Shannon in the same pained, romantic mode as "Runaway," and "Day Dreams" and "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame" are similarly successful, though the latter song fared far better a few months later in the hands of Elvis Presley. Some of the rest is a good deal less appealing, especially when Shannon tries straight romantic crooning, as on "The Search" or "I'll Always Love You." "I Wake up Crying" and especially "Wide Wide World" are successful album tracks, and the latter, at a somewhat quicker tempo, might even have made a good single. The stereo version of the album (and the accompanying master) was considered lost for many years and went for large amounts of money, but it finally reappeared on CD properly during the 1990s.


Nacido(a): 30 de diciembre de 1934 en Grand Rapids, MI

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

One of the best and most original rockers of the early '60s, Del Shannon was also one of the least typical. Although classified at times as a teen idol, he favored brooding themes of abandonment, loss, and rejection. In some respects he looked forward to the British Invasion with his frequent use of minor chords and his ability to write most of his own material. In fact, Shannon was able to keep going strong for a year or two into...
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