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This is a pretty fair, if at times sappy, pop-rock album in the mold of Fabian or Frankie Avalon with a difference. Adam Faith was an English teen idol with a decent voice, and John Barry's production brings out its expressiveness and its best intonation. The repertory includes a good sampling of old standards ("Summertime," atmospherically arranged with reeds, strings, and celeste by Barry) and covers of recent hits (Pomus-Shuman's "Turn Me Loose" and "I'm A Man"). The problem is that while Barry's arrangement of "I'm A Man" is fairly fresh, highlighted by pizzicato strings, his treatment of "Turn Me Loose" is utterly forgettable, and the song adjoins a wimpy pop number entitled "So Many Ways." On the plus side, the album does have a fairly entertaining rock 'n roll version of "Singin' In The Rain" (guitar courtesy of John Barry Seven member Vic Flick) as it might've been done by Ricky Nelson; and Johnny Worth, aka Les Vandyke, provides two of the better new numbers here, "Piper of Love" and "Fare Thee Well My Pretty Maid." [The 1997 CD re-release contains both the mono and stereo mixes of the original album, and the stereo mix is fun to hear, for its divided string sections and isolated reverb.]


Geboren: 23 juni 1940 op Acton, London, England

Genre: Pop

Jaren actief: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The late '50s in England saw a legion of young teen idols, groomed for music stardom by managers eager to see their clients land a chart hit or two on their way to careers as all-around entertainers, or even television or movie actors. A few of them, like Cliff Richard and Billy Fury, were genuinely exciting rock & rollers when they started out, although most were just playing at rock & roll, and lacked the talent to make much lasting impact in any area of entertainment. Adam Faith was one...
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