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Опубликовано: 9 июл. 2011 г. Billy Fury - The Sound Of Fury Album.

Billy Fury became an overnight sensation in the 1950’s and The Sound of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock & Roll history. This new programme highlights Billy Fury’s contribution to popular music and why Britain’s original teen idol had more Top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960’s

CD One (Original Mono Album).

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The Sound of Fury was the first album released by Billy Fury in 1960. Described as "the best rock & roll album to come out of England's original beat boom of the late 1950s". Fury was arguably the first British rock 'n roll artist to write his own songs, sometimes under the pseudonym Wilbur Wilberforce. The album was recorded in Decca Studio 3, West Hampstead, London, on 14 April 1960. It featured Joe Brown on guitar, Reg Guest on piano, and bassists Bill Stark or Alan Weighell

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Billy Fury became an overnight sensation and The Sound of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock & Roll history. This new programme highlights Billy Fury’s contribution to popular music and why Britain’s original teen idol had more Top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960’s. Featuring interviews with Vince Eager, Lord Puttnam, Mark Kermode, Amanda Barrie, Len Goodman, Imelda May and Billy’s mum, Jean Wycherley.

The Sound of Fury was the best rock & roll album to come out of England's original beat boom of the late '50s, and it was a singular achievement for its artist, Billy Fury, who wrote every song on the 10" LP. A singer of extraordinary power and sensitivity, the Liverpool-born Fury was the closest thing to Elvis Presley that England produced. The record was a miraculous piece of rock & roll, ten hard-rocking songs that could've passed for Memphis originals. My Advice," "Turn My Back On You," "Don't Say It's Over," "Since.

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Billy Fury became an overnight sensation and The Sound of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock and Roll history. Born Ronald Wycherley in 1940, Billy Fury came from a modest working class background in Liverpool, but soon displayed a talent for musicianship that got him noticed. He auditioned for manager Larry Parnes at a young age, and was immediately signed up to join other young singers in the stable, including Marty Wilde, Joe Brown, and Vince Eager. At the outset it seemed as if Fury would be providing songs for other artists; but once Parnes had heard him perform, he realized that he had a new young talent on his hands. In the late Fifties and early Sixties Fury was catapulted to stardom with over.

Tracklist

A1 That's Love
A2 My Advice
A3 Phone Call
A4 You Don't Know
A5 Turn My Back On You
B1 Don't Say It's Over
B2 Since You've Been Gone
B3 It's You I Need
B4 Alright, Goodbye
B5 Don't Leave Me This Way

Credits

  • Bass – Alan Weighall, Bill Stark
  • Drums – Andy White
  • Guitar – Joe Brown
  • Piano – Reg Guest
  • Producer – Jack Good
  • Written-By – Fury* (tracks: A1, B1, B3, B5), Wilbur Wilberforce (tracks: A2-A5, B2, B4)

Notes

with insert

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LF 1329 Billy Fury The Sound Of Fury ‎(10", Album, Mono) Decca LF 1329 UK 1960
820 627-2 Billy Fury The Sound Of Fury + 10 ‎(CD, Comp, Mono) London Records 820 627-2 Europe 1988
LFM.1329 Billy Fury The Sound Of Fury ‎(10", Album, Mono) Decca LFM.1329 New Zealand 1960
42058 Billy Fury The Sound Of Fury Demos ‎(10", Album, RE) Earmark 42058 Italy 2002
LF 1329 Billy Fury With The Four Jays Billy Fury With The Four Jays - The Sound Of Fury ‎(10", Album, Mono) Decca LF 1329 UK 1960


Billy Fury - The Sound Of Fury FLAC album
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