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5 excellent songs from Marmalade's BBC sessions. Includes background information about the band and the songs. Songs: 1. I can't explain.

Released: June 29, 2004.

Marmalade's debut album, There's A Lot Of It About, featured a mix of some of their singles and cover versions of current popular tunes, and was released in 1968. Marmalade made a cameo appearance on the big screen in the film Subterfuge that year. Their first Decca album, Reflections Of The Marmalade was released in the US as Reflections Of My Life on Decca's London Records subsidiary. Their US singles during this era likewise came out on London.

The Marmalade ‎– BBC Sessions.

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A fine compilation of 1965-73 BBC performances, the majority of the tracks hailing from 1965-67, although some are drawn from 1970 and 1973. As one of the best live bands ever, the Who as expected come through pretty well in the live-in-the-studio environment, although the arrangements usually stick close to the records. Most of the songs were done by the group for studio releases as well, but there are a few covers that they never put on their albums or singles at the time, making this essential for the fan.

BBC Sessions by The Who was released 15 February 2000 on Polydor Records internationally and MCA Records in the . It contains 24 songs and two jingles recorded live at the BBC studios in London. Broadcast on Saturday Club, 19 March 1966. Produced by Jimmy Grant & Brian Willey. Tracks 12 and 13 recorded 13 September 1966, at the BBC Playhouse Theatre, Westminister, London. Broadcast on Saturday Club, 17 September 1966. Tracks 14, 15, 16, and 17 recorded 17 January 1967, at the BBC Playhouse Theatre, London. Broadcast on Saturday Club, 21 January 1967. Produced by Bill Bebb & Jimmy Grant.

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1 (I Know) I'm Losing You
2 Can't Stop Now
3 Sixty Minutes Of Your Love
4 I See The Rain
5 Daddy Rolling Stone
6 Allan Whitehead Interview
7 Loving Things
8 Seven Days Too Long
9 Stop! In The Name Of Love
10 I Can't Explain
11 Wait For Me Marianne
12 Hush
13 Mess Around
14 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
15 This Old Heart Of Mine
16 My Back Pages
17 Mr. Business Man
18 Boogaloo Party
19 Baby Make It Soon
20 Gimme Gimme Good Loving
21 Judy Blue Eyes
22 To Love Somebody
23 Reflections Of My Life
24 Carolina On My Mind
25 Melting Pot
26 Interview
27 Rolling My Thing

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CMQCD 940 The Marmalade BBC Sessions ‎(CD) Castle Music CMQCD 940 UK 2004
The Marmalade - BBC Sessions FLAC album
BBC Sessions
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1617 mb
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1971 mb
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