This CD "the best 37 glamrock songs ever" Apart from the hits ("Ballroom Blitz", "Blockbuster", "Teenage Rampage", "Little Willy", "Fox on the Run", etc) there are several classic B sides which show Sweet at their rocking best.
My lover Saint John 1 is a French song from 1942 which was a huge success. Realistic love song recounting the next day without a girl for a seductive, lyrics by Leo Agel and music of Emile Carrara on a musette waltz rhythm. Françoise Hardy is the debut studio album by the pop singer Françoise Hardy French. It was released in November 1962 in France. Like Many of Hardy's albums Earlier, It was released with no title, except for her name on the cover. Claude Nougaro, born September 9, 1929 in Toulouse and died March 4, 2004 in Paris, was a French poet and singer-songwriter. A great lover of jazz, Latin and African music, playing words with the French language, uniting French songs and rhythms.
Part 1 of Tony's superb Rodgers and Hart recordings. If you don't like this, you can't be my friend.
The title sets itself up for one hell of a fall, and the ongoing need for a decent Sweet box set is never going to be assuaged by this. But it is what it says on the tin, a 37-strong collection that, OK, they're not all the "Best Glam Rock Songs Ever," but maybe a dozen of them are, and the remainder should at least be invited to the awards ceremony. A dizzying spin through the band's entire RCA catalog, a mass of A-sides, B-sides, album cuts and what-on-earth-were-they-thinking cuts jostle for your attention…