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The First Cut

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  • Audio CD (28. Mai 2001)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Sanctuary (rough trade)
  • ASIN: B00005CBU7
  • Weitere Ausgaben: Audio CD  |  MP3-Download
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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. Everything's gonna be alright
  2. Life is but nothing
  3. The first cut is the deepest
  4. Speak to me
  5. The time has come
  6. If you see what I mean
  7. (If you think you're) Groovy
  8. Though it hurts me badly
  9. Something beautiful happened
  10. Born to be together
  11. Am I still dreaming?
  12. Treat me like a lady
  13. Would you believe
  14. Angel of the morning
  15. Letter to Bill
  16. Kafuna one
  17. God only knows
  18. Eleanor Rigby
  19. Yesterday
  20. It'll never happen again
  21. Kafunta two
  22. As tears go by
  23. Kafuna three
  24. To love somebody
  25. Dreamin'
  26. Kafunta four
  27. Welcome home
  28. Is this what I get for loving you

Produktbeschreibungen

(2001/CASTLE) 28 tracks 1966-68 with 8 page color foldout

Medium 1
Everything's Gonna Be Alright
Life Is But Nothing
The First Cut Is The Deepest
Speak To Me
The Time Has Come
If You See What I Mean
(If You Think You're) Groovy
Thought It Hurts Me Badly
Something Beautiful Happened
Born To Be Together
Am I Still Dreaming?
Treat Me Like A Lady
Would You Believe
Angel Of The Morning
Letter To Bill
Kafunta One
God Only Knows
Eleanor Rigby
Yesterday
It'll Never Happen Again
Kafunta Two
As Tears Go By
Kafunta Three
To Love Somebody
Dreamin'
Kafunta Four
Welcome Home
Is This What I Get For Loving You

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Von Peter Durward Harris TOP 1000 REZENSENT am 21. September 2004
Format: Audio CD
PP began her professional career as an Ikette, backing Ike and Tina Turner. They supported the Rolling Stones on a UK tour in 1966, during which time PP quit the Ikettes and went solo. This compilation contains her sixties music. Originally released with 23 tracks, this revised edition contains 28 tracks including all original 23, though the running order is completely different.
PP had her first and biggest hit with First cut is the deepest, a Cat Stevens song that just failed to make the UK top ten. Her other UK hits were Angel of the morning (yes, that song) and If you think you're groovy. PP was encouraged to write her own songs and several good ones are included here, although none of them are well-known.
The collection includes covers of songs written by the Beatles (Eleanor Rigby, Yesterday), the Beach boys (God only knows), the Rolling Stones (As tears go by - a hit for Marianne Faithfull) and the Bee Gees (To love somebody - a UK hit for Nina Simone).
PP had a style somewhere between Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin. She should have been more successful than she was, but such is life. If you are a discerning fan of sixties soul music, give PP a chance.
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Eigentlich eine schöne Scheibe; von der Zusammestellung her! Aber die Tonqualität ist mehr als miserabel. Über jedem Lied liegt ein dicker " akustischer Grauschleier". Jede Youtube Einspielung ist da besser!! Eigentlich Null Punkte.
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Amazon.com: 3.4 von 5 Sternen 6 Rezensionen
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4.0 von 5 Sternen I fell in love when I heard her voice! 9. Januar 2007
Von Lawrence Jones - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I saw a clip of P.P. Arnold's version of "The First Cut is the Deepest" on Youtube and I had to hear more. She has as much soul in her voice as early Aretha, though a little less polished.

Lots of cover songs here, but P.P. does her own thing with them. In most cases that's good, but I didn't think "Eleanor Rigby" suited her.

My favorite cut is #5, "The Time Has Come." It just hits me.

All that, and she was cute as a button in the 60s! (And if you go to her website today, she still looks good.)
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2.0 von 5 Sternen One song was good, the rest not so much 3. September 2013
Von edwardf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The only good song is The First Cut. The rest of the cd is some other covers and some poorly mixed original songs . I'm glad I didn't pay much for it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Obscure sixties soul singer 17. Januar 2004
Von Peter Durward Harris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
PP began her professional career as an Ikette, backing Ike and Tina Turner. They supported the Rolling Stones on a UK tour in 1966, during which time PP quit the Ikettes and went solo. This compilation contains her sixties music. Originally released with 23 tracks, this revised edition contains 28 tracks including all original 23, though the running order is completely different.
PP had her first and biggest hit with First cut is the deepest, a Cat Stevens song that just failed to make the UK top ten. Her other UK hits were Angel of the morning (yes, that song) and If you think you're groovy. PP was encouraged to write her own songs and several good ones are included here, although none of them are well-known.
The collection includes covers of songs written by the Beatles (Eleanor Rigby, Yesterday), the Beach boys (God only knows), the Rolling Stones (As tears go by - a hit for Marianne Faithfull) and the Bee Gees (To love somebody - a UK hit for Nina Simone).
PP had a style somewhere between Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin. She should have been more successful than she was, but such is life. If you are a discerning fan of sixties soul music, give PP a chance.
1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Voice 4. März 2009
Von Morten Vindberg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As the title her first album "The First Lady og Immediate" tells, P.P. Arnold recorded for the legendary Immediate label in the late 1960's. She recorded 6 singles and two albums for the label during 1967-69. Unfortunately the label went into liquidation in 1970 and Arnold continued her career as a session singer.

This CD contains all her originally released records for Immediate along with one an additional track - a great version of the terrific Goffin/King song "Is This What I Get for Loving You". A mystery why this song was not included of one of the original albums, which both contains much inferior tracks.

P.P. Arnold has a great soulful voice, and her best performances ranks equally alongside singers like Dusty Springfield.

All singles are really great. The two big hits "The First Cut is the Deepest" and "Angel of the Morning" will be remembered by most fans of good 1960's music. Her motown-styled debut single "Everything's Gonna Be Alright", is almost as good and "Groovy" written by Marriott/lane and backed by the Small Faces is simply a gem. Her third single, the melodic "The Time has Come" is also quite good.

Her first album contains her first four singles, but apart from the quiet soulful ballad "Life is But Nothing" and the slightly poppy "Would You Believe" the rest of the album is quite nice but no more.

The second album called "Kafunta" is even more uneven. The single "Angel of the Morning" is the standout, but the general impression of the album is more mainstream than her debut. Solid covers of well-known sixties standards like "Yesterday", "As Tears Go By" and "To Love Somebody" can be pleasant enough, but are really unnecessary.

The ballad "Letter to Bill" is nice enough, but her own "Dreaming" is probably the most interesting album - perhaps along with her interpretation of another Beatles' song "Eleanor Rigby" which has been given a different and fine arrangement.

The four "Kafunta" tracks are short instrumentals and serve as connecters between the songs. The aforementioned "Is This What I Get for Loving You" would have been a refreshing feature on the album - nice to have it on this CD-release.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the finest cds ever 27. August 2008
Von Timothy J. Searle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
One of the finest cds ever by one of the finest vocalists, containing not only her best known material but all the other tracks I rate just as high, especially " The time has come" has got to be one of the most fantastic vocal performces ever recorded.
Tim Searle,
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