Arising out of the ashes of Carter-Lewis And The Southerners (which featured a very young Jimmy Page on guitar) came The Ivy League. The third member of the trio was session singer Perry Ford. In 1965, 'Funny How Love Can Be' was a Top 10 hit, followed by another, 'Tossing And Turning'. Two smaller hit singles followed, but by 1966 the hits had stopped and John Carter and Ken Lewis left the band, though Perry Ford continued with it. Carter and Lewis wrote and sung 'Let's Go (To San Francisco)', the hit by The Flower Pot Men, whose road band contained future Deep Purple members Jon Lord and Nick Simper. This compilation rounds up all the material The Ivy League recorded for the Pye and Piccadilly record labels. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with new notes
Arising out of the ashes of Carter-Lewis And The Southerners (which featured a very young Jimmy Page on guitar) came The Ivy League. The third member of the trio was session singer Perry Ford. In 1965, 'Funny How Love Can Be' was a Top 10 hit, followed by another, 'Tossing And Turning'. Two smaller hit singles followed, but by 1966 the hits had stopped and John Carter and Ken Lewis left the band, though Perry Ford continued with it. Carter and Lewis wrote and sung 'Let's Go (To San Francisco)', the hit by The Flower Pot Men, whose road band contained future Deep Purple members Jon Lord and Nick Simper. This compilation rounds up all the material The Ivy League recorded for the Pye and Piccadilly record labels. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with new notes
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Format: CD
Label: BGO
Rel. Date: 05/07/2021
UPC: 5017261214393

This Is The Ivy League / Sounds Of The Ivy League / Tomorrow IsAnother Day Plus Ep & Bonus Tracks
Artist: Ivy League
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Almost Grown
2. That's Why I'm Crying
3. The Floral Dance
4. What More Do You Want
5. Lulu's Back In Town
6. We're Having A Party
7. Don't Worry Baby
8. Make Love
9. Don't Think Twice It's Alright 1
10. Funny How Love Can Be 1
11. My Old Dutch 1
12. Dance To The Locomotion 1
13. Tossing And Turning 1
14. A Girl Like You 1
15. Four And Twenty Hours 1
16. That's Why I'm Crying 1
17. Running Round In Circles 1
18. Funny How Love Can Be 1
19. My Old Dutch 2
20. Don't Think Twice It's Alright 2
21. Don't Worry Baby 2
22. Make Love 2
23. Tomorrow Is Another Day 2
24. I Could Make You Fall In Love 2
25. Suddenly Things 2
26. Lulu's Back In Town 2
27. My World Fell Down 2
28. Our Love Is Slipping Away 2
29. The Floral Dance 3
30. Lonely Room 3
31. Willow Tree 3
32. Graduation Day 3
33. Wait A Minute 3
34. The Holly And The Ivy League 3
35. Once In Royal David's City 3
36. Good King Wenceslas 3
37. Silent Night 3
38. Rain Rain Go Away 3
39. One Day 4
40. When You're Young 4
41. Arrivederci Baby 4
42. Thank You For Loving Me 4
43. In The Not Too Distant Future 4
44. My Baby 4
45. Nancy (With The Laughing Face) 4
46. Lonely City 4
47. Mr Ford's Boogie 4
48. Friday 4
49. Busy Doing Nothing 5
50. Rock ; Roll Medley: Giddy Up A Ding Dong/Lipstick, Powder And Paint/Shake, Rattle And Roll/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

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Arising out of the ashes of Carter-Lewis And The Southerners (which featured a very young Jimmy Page on guitar) came The Ivy League. The third member of the trio was session singer Perry Ford. In 1965, 'Funny How Love Can Be' was a Top 10 hit, followed by another, 'Tossing And Turning'. Two smaller hit singles followed, but by 1966 the hits had stopped and John Carter and Ken Lewis left the band, though Perry Ford continued with it. Carter and Lewis wrote and sung 'Let's Go (To San Francisco)', the hit by The Flower Pot Men, whose road band contained future Deep Purple members Jon Lord and Nick Simper. This compilation rounds up all the material The Ivy League recorded for the Pye and Piccadilly record labels. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with new notes