Neil Sedaka - Oh Carol FLAC album
Title: Oh Carol
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
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Oh! Carol" is an international hit written by Neil Sedaka in 1958. The song was co-written with Howard Greenfield. The song reached in the American charts in 1959. It also earned Sedaka his first ranking when it went to on the Italian charts for four weeks in January 1960. After release of single, it was included in the album Neil Sedaka Sings Little Devil and His Other Hits. The song is noted for Sedaka's spoken recitation of the verse, the second time around.
Oh Carol is a 1974 compilation album by rock-and-pop star Neil Sedaka. It was released in Great Britain and throughout Western Europe on the RCA Camden label on both LP and cassette tape. The album features some of his better-known hits from the 1950s and 1960s along with some selections from a concert he gave in Sydney, Australia. 2) Calendar Girl (1961). 3) The Father of Girls (c. 1974?) (4) Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (1962). 5) Proud Mary (c. 1974?) (6) Little Devil (1961).
Album Neil Sedaka Sings Little Devil and His Other Hits. Oh! Carol, I am but a fool Darling, I love you, though you treat me cruel You hurt me and you make me cry But if you leave me, I will surely die. Darling, there will never be another Cause I love you so Don't ever leave me, say you'll never go. I will always want you for my sweetheart No matter what you do Oh! Carol, I'm so in love with you. Darling, there will.
Neil Sedaka never gets the respect that he deserves because he's a man out of time. Pop was his medium, whether it was 45s or individual songs, and when they're collected as a body of work as they are on Bear Family's eight-disc Oh Carol: The Complete Recordings 1956-1966, the result is a little exhausting. There are two problems: the first is that his non-hit material is simply not as strong as his hits, but that's not the big problem - no, the big problem is that half of this set is dedicated to non-English recordings, which is solely the province of archivists and completists.
Oh Carol is a 1970 compilation album consisting of some of the best-known works of American pop singer Neil Sedaka. It was released in Great Britain and throughout Europe on the RCA International label. Side A. "Oh Carol!" "Next Door to an Angel". Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen".
Neil Sedaka's career was on the rocks before this song. At Aldon music, producer and longtime friend Don Kirshner gave Sedaka the following advice: "Write a song with the girl's name in the title. Talk in the middle like The Diamonds did in 'Little Darlin'. Sedaka, who co-wrote the song with Howard Greenfield, recalls the inspiration slightly differently. He moved with his family to England, where he worked on his album Sedaka's Back, striking a deal with Elton John to release it on Elton's new label, Rocket Records. The first single, "Laughter In The Rain," did well in the UK and went to in America, returning him to glory. Neil Sedaka rocks! Mary from San Jose, Cai love the song called oh carol. Qubad from Mumbai, Msplease mail me this song this is one of the favourite songs of mine. Sanjaya from Kathmandu, IndiaDEAR SIR SEDAKA !
Oh Carol (1974 album), a compilation album by Neil Sedaka. Oh Carol: The Complete Recordings, 1955–66, a 2003 8-CD box with previously unreleased materials from Neil Sedaka. Oh Carol" (Smokie song), a 1978 song by Smokie from the album The Montreux Album. Oh Carol!, a Singaporean sitcom.
|A1||One Way Ticket|
|A3||Next Door To An Angel|
|B2||Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen|
|B3||King Of Clowns|
|C1||Run Samson Run|
|C2||Sweet Little You|
|C3||You Mean Everything To Me|
|D1||Breaking Up Is Hard To Do|
|D2||Stairway To Heaven|
- Arranged By, Conductor – Al Lorber* (tracks: A3, B2, B3), Stan Applebaum (tracks: C2)
- Orchestra – Stan Applebaum And His Orchestra (tracks: A2, D2, C1, C3, D3)
|INTS 1131, INTS1131||Neil Sedaka||Oh Carol (LP, Comp)||RCA International (Camden), RCA International (Camden)||INTS 1131, INTS1131||UK||1970|
|NL89440||Neil Sedaka||Yesterday's Pop Scene - "Oh, Carol!" (LP, Comp)||RCA International||NL89440||Germany||1972|
|CAS 10288||Neil Sedaka||Oh Carol (LP, Comp)||RCA Camden||CAS 10288||Germany||Unknown|
|FCL1 7151||Neil Sedaka||Oh Carol ! (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Records||FCL1 7151||France||1975|
|INTS 1131||Neil Sedaka||Oh Carol! (LP, Comp)||RCA International||INTS 1131||Italy||1972|