Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas - The Ep Collection FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: The Ep Collection
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The Hits of Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas. A: Non-album track UK B: Trains and Boats and Planes US B: Little Children. Trains and Boats and Planes" Original US B: "I'll Be on My Way" UK & later US B: "That's the Way I Feel". 12. 47. A & UK B: The Hits of Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas Original US B: The Best of Billy J. A: Trains and Boats and Planes Original US B: I'll Keep You Satisfied UK & later US B: Non-album track. Twilight Time" b/w "Irresistible You". – A: The Best of Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas B: Non-album track. You Make Me Feel Like Someone" b/w "Take My Hand". – A: Non-album track B: The Best of Billy J. Town of Tuxley Toy Maker" – Part 1 (Billy J. Kramer solo) b/w "Chinese Girl". "Billy J. Kramer – Mersey Beat".
The CDs in See for Miles' The EP Collection series are odd hybrids that don't often quite function as either greatest-hits collections (though they usually have quite a few hits) or rarities anthologies (since they include too many hits). Billy J. Kramer's entry into the series is no exception. All 25 of the tracks were used on EP releases from the mid-'60s, and they do include all half-dozen of his major chart hits, as well as his Lennon-McCartney B-side covers of "I'll Be on My Way" and "I'll Call Your Name
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Todos Album EP. Buscar: Back to the page of Billy J. Kramer And the Dakotas. I'll Keep You Satisfied. EP, 1963, Parlophone. 1. The Billy J. Kramer Hits.
The Dakotas is a group of British musicians, which initially convened as a backing band in Manchester, England. However, they are most closely associated with the singer Billy J. Kramer, a Liverpudlian who was the lead vocalist for the group during the 1960s. they are regarded as part of the British Invasion. The group's name arose from an engagement at the Plaza Ballroom in Oxford Street, Manchester
Audio CD, Import, June 20, 1995. In March of 1968 they disbanded. What they left behind is a collection of catchy pop songs as a reminder of what some of the lesser bands offered during the heady days of Beatlemania. 15 people found this helpful.
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|1||I Call Your Name|
|2||Bad To Me|
|3||Do You Want To Know A Secret|
|4||I'll Be On My Way|
|5||I'll Keep You Satisfied|
|6||Dance With Me|
|7||It's Up To You|
|10||They Remind Me Of You|
|12||From A Window|
|13||Second To None|
|14||Twelfth Of Never|
|15||Trains And Boats And Planes|
|16||Take My Hand|
|17||We're Doing Fine|
|18||The Cruel Sea|
NotesOriginal Sound Recordings made by EMI
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