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Hit Maker

Burt Bacharach

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発売日

1997年07月14日

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CD

構成数

1

製造国

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レーベル

Universal

規格品番

UMD80389

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  • Composer and arranger Burt Bacharach is perhaps best known for his work with lyricist Hal David. The pair practically unleashed an entire subgenre of pop music beginning in the late '50s. After racking up numerous hits for other folks -- notably female vocalists Dionne Warwick stateside and Dusty Springfield in England -- the artist began exploring his considerable back catalog. While living in London in the early '60s, Bacharach recorded his first collection of Bacharach/David songs, aptly titled Hit Maker! (1965). As the package was issued under the Burt Bacharach moniker, many thought that the tunes would actually feature him singing and playing. Instead, the slightly updated arrangements are scored for a decidedly more discerning and mature ear. Although listeners would never know it by the practically ersatz interpretations, future Led Zeppelin members and mid-'60s London recording session musicians Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were contributors to the likes of "Walk on By," "Don't Make Me Over," "Blue on Blue," "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," "Wives and Lovers," and "Anyone Who Had a Heart." In the context of those familiar melodies, some of the second-tier selections, such as "And So Goodbye, My Love," "The Last One to Be Loved," and "Saturday Sunshine" are among the most memorable. Hit Maker! became just that in the U.K., as the album rocketed into the Top Ten and the single "Trains and Boats and Planes" took off after being aired on BBC Radio, eventually spending 11 weeks on the charts. The unqualified success didn't translate stateside, even though the package was reissued -- with some slight modifications -- twice, first as The Man! Burt Bacharach -- His Songs (1965) and then several years later as Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits (1969). Nearly four decades later, Hit Maker! was included -- along with a rare mono version of "Saturday Sunshine" from the same time frame -- as part of the limited-edition five-disc Something Big: The Complete A&M Years...And More (1994) box set. ~ Lindsay Planer|

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  • 限定プレス、バート・バカラック紙ジャケット・シリーズ 65年にリリースされた、バカラック本人名義の ファースト・アルバム。 バート・バカラック『ヒット・メイカー!』 多くのヒット曲のコンポーザーとして多忙な日々を 送りつつも、自身の名前はまだ世界にとどろく前の 1965年にリリースされた、いわばセルフ・カバー・アルバム にあたるバカラック本人のファースト・アルバム。 この中に本人の少年のヴォーカルをフィーチャーした ファースト・シングル曲「サタデイ・サンシャイン」も収録、 他にシングル・カットされた、これがオリジナル・バージョン となる「私を悲しませないで」「汽車と船と飛行機と」も収録。 各曲の詳細なデータも坂口修氏がライナーで解説、 貴重な「サタデイ・サンシャイン」別バージョンを含む ボーナストラック4曲収録、ジャケットは初の「オリジナル・ ジャケット」でCD化。 (C)馬場敏裕

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オリジナル盤発売日:1965年

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構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:43:02

Composer and arranger Burt Bacharach is perhaps best known for his work with lyricist Hal David. The pair practically unleashed an entire subgenre of pop music beginning in the late '50s. After racking up numerous hits for other folks -- notably female vocalists Dionne Warwick stateside and Dusty Springfield in England -- the artist began exploring his considerable back catalog. While living in London in the early '60s, Bacharach recorded his first collection of Bacharach/David songs, aptly titled Hit Maker! (1965). As the package was issued under the Burt Bacharach moniker, many thought that the tunes would actually feature him singing and playing. Instead, the slightly updated arrangements are scored for a decidedly more discerning and mature ear. Although listeners would never know it by the practically ersatz interpretations, future Led Zeppelin members and mid-'60s London recording session musicians Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were contributors to the likes of "Walk on By," "Don't Make Me Over," "Blue on Blue," "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," "Wives and Lovers," and "Anyone Who Had a Heart." In the context of those familiar melodies, some of the second-tier selections, such as "And So Goodbye, My Love," "The Last One to Be Loved," and "Saturday Sunshine" are among the most memorable. Hit Maker! became just that in the U.K., as the album rocketed into the Top Ten and the single "Trains and Boats and Planes" took off after being aired on BBC Radio, eventually spending 11 weeks on the charts. The unqualified success didn't translate stateside, even though the package was reissued -- with some slight modifications -- twice, first as The Man! Burt Bacharach -- His Songs (1965) and then several years later as Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits (1969). Nearly four decades later, Hit Maker! was included -- along with a rare mono version of "Saturday Sunshine" from the same time frame -- as part of the limited-edition five-disc Something Big: The Complete A&M Years...And More (1994) box set. ~ Lindsay Planer

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    Walk on By

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    And So Goodbye My Love

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    Saturday Sunshine

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    Sail Along Silv'ry Moon

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    Don't Make Me Over

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    Don't Go Breaking My Heart

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    Blue on Blue

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    The Last One to Be Loved

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    (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me

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    24 Hours from Tulsa

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    Trains and Boats and Planes

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    Wives and Lovers

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    A House Is Not a Home

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    Anyone Who Had a Heart

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    My Little Red Book (All I Do Is Talk About You)

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    What's New Pussycat?