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Back in 1961 and '62, EDEN KANE and DOUG SHELDON were both Decca recording artists, during which period each enjoyed his biggest record successes. However, they were diametrically different performers; Eden - known euphemistically as "the guy with the growl in his voice" - was first and foremost a singer, who would one day also turn his hand to acting, while Doug was an actor whose brief singing career was an opportunist endeavour, driven by his good looks and moody/cool image. Eden, of course, registered with the chart-topping 'Well I Ask You', followed by 'Get Lost', 'Forget Me Not' and 'I Don't Know Why'. Doug charted with covers of three US hits, 'Run Around Sue', 'Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night' and 'I Saw Linda Yesterday'. This unique compilation anthologises their recorded output during 61/62, and also includes Eden's debut 45rpm, for Pye Records in late 1960
Back in 1961 and '62, EDEN KANE and DOUG SHELDON were both Decca recording artists, during which period each enjoyed his biggest record successes. However, they were diametrically different performers; Eden - known euphemistically as "the guy with the growl in his voice" - was first and foremost a singer, who would one day also turn his hand to acting, while Doug was an actor whose brief singing career was an opportunist endeavour, driven by his good looks and moody/cool image. Eden, of course, registered with the chart-topping 'Well I Ask You', followed by 'Get Lost', 'Forget Me Not' and 'I Don't Know Why'. Doug charted with covers of three US hits, 'Run Around Sue', 'Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night' and 'I Saw Linda Yesterday'. This unique compilation anthologises their recorded output during 61/62, and also includes Eden's debut 45rpm, for Pye Records in late 1960
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Eden Kane Meets Doug Sheldon
Artist: Kane, Eden / Sheldon, Doug
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. You Make Love So Well
2. Hot Chocolate Crazy
3. Well I Ask You
4. Before I Lose My Mind
5. Get Lost
6. I'm Telling You
7. Forget Me Not
8. A New Kind of Lovin'
9. I Don't Know Why
10. Music for Strings
11. House to Let
12. I Told You
13. My Little Sue
14. Kiss Me Quick
15. Sounds Funny to Me
16. Someone Wants to Know
17. Book of Love
18. Play Me the Blues
19. Run Around Sue
20. Come with Me
21. Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night
22. You're Only Fooling Yourself
23. My Kingdom for a Girl
24. You Never Had It So Good
25. A Big, Big Baby
26. If You'd Be Mine
27. Lollipops and Roses
28. One Way to Say Goodbye
29. Live Now Pay Later
30. Me
31. I Saw Linda Yesterday
32. My Billy

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Back in 1961 and '62, EDEN KANE and DOUG SHELDON were both Decca recording artists, during which period each enjoyed his biggest record successes. However, they were diametrically different performers; Eden - known euphemistically as "the guy with the growl in his voice" - was first and foremost a singer, who would one day also turn his hand to acting, while Doug was an actor whose brief singing career was an opportunist endeavour, driven by his good looks and moody/cool image. Eden, of course, registered with the chart-topping 'Well I Ask You', followed by 'Get Lost', 'Forget Me Not' and 'I Don't Know Why'. Doug charted with covers of three US hits, 'Run Around Sue', 'Your Ma Said You Cried In Your Sleep Last Night' and 'I Saw Linda Yesterday'. This unique compilation anthologises their recorded output during 61/62, and also includes Eden's debut 45rpm, for Pye Records in late 1960
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