• Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - The Best of 1968-75 CD (Kent)
  • Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - The Best of 1968-75 CD (Kent)
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Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon – The Best of 1968-75 CD (Kent)

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1. Breakin’ Down The Walls Of Heartache
2. When Love Has Gone Away
3. Let’s Hang On
4. Stoned Soul Picnic
5. I Ain’t Lyin’
6. Baby Make Your Own Sweet Music
7. On The Day We Fall In Love
8. Dancing Master
9. I Wish It Would Rain
10. You Blew Your Cool And Lost Your Fool
11. Are You Ready For This
12. People Got To Be Free
13. Don’t Let It In
14. You
15. Girl From Harlem
16. Sweet Inspiration
17. In The Bad Bad Old Days (Before You Loved Me)
18. United We Stand
19. Sally Put Your Red Shoes On
20. Mr. Tambourine Man
21. Blame It (On The Pony Express)
22. Gasoline Alley Bred
23. High And Dry
24. Music To My Heart

Weight 120 g
Title

Breakin' Down The Walls Of Heartache – The Best of 1968-75

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Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon

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Depite being virtually unknown in their USA homeland, the upbeat pop-soul of Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon was a regular feature of the UK charts in the late 60s and early 70s.

Consistent touring and promotion of their new releases kept Johnny & Co in the spotlight from 1968 through the first half of the 1970s, and with and without the Bandwagon Johnny Johnson scored more than half a dozen UK Top 40 hits in a four year period – considerably more than many of more famous soul contemporaries.

Amazingly, there has never been a legitimate CD issue of the Bandwagon’s best moments before. Kent’s compilation gathers together the best of their recordings for the two labels they are most associated with, Epic and Bell, and includes all of the hits and near-hits as well as JJ’s album-only versions of hits for the Foundations, the Brotherhood Of Man and the Hollies.

Guaranteed to raise a fond memory or two among anyone who ever went to a youth club in the late 60s or early 70s. –  Ace Records

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