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Who Needs These Re-Recordings?

The original hit versions of these songs are available elsewhere on iTunes [see "Capitol Collectors Series"]. So why would you want these redone remakes? Are they superior to the originals? I don't think so. And boo on K-Tel and/or iTunes for the incorrect "1963" date; in "Review" mode, the truth comes out: August, 2001.

She Cried

I love the track "She Cried". Great harmonies and melody. A true classic.

Good album, but not the original recordings

Having most of these songs on original Lettermen albums, I was hoping to have some clean digital versions. While this album is good, it is not the originals. These guys can still hamonize and for someone that doesn't have access to the originals these are very good remakes. "She Cried" and "When I Fall in Love" and "Goin' Out Of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes" are outstanding. This album is definitely worth the download.


Formed: 1960 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Lettermen's close-harmony pop songs with light and easy arrangements made them quite a successful group with adult audiences during the 1960s, when changing styles and tastes made many older listeners feel just a bit left behind in the music world. Formed in 1960 by singer Tony Butala, along with two students from Brigham Young University, Jim Pike and Bob Engemann, the Lettermen recorded without success for about a year until they signed to Capitol Records. The group's first single for Capitol,...
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