by Richie Unterberger & Thom Jurek
Few stars of the '60s have reinvented themselves as successfully as Marianne Faithfull. Coaxed into a singing career by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham in 1964, she had a big hit in both Britain and the U.S. with her debut single, the Jagger/Richards composition "As Tears Go By" (which prefaced the Stones' own version by a full year). Considerably more successful in her native land than the States, she had a series of hits in the mid-'60s that set her high, fragile voice against delicate orchestral pop arrangements: "Summer Night," "This Little Bird," and Jackie De Shannon's "Come and Stay with Me." Not a songwriter at the outset of her career, she owes more of her fame as a '60s icon to her ... Read More...
Marianne Faithfull - Go Away From My World (1965) + BONUS
1. Go Away From My World - 2:352. Yesterday - 2:223. Come My Way - 2:324. Last Thing On My Mind - 2:155. How Should True Love - 1:196. Wild Mountain Thyme - 3:387. Summer Nights - 1:548. Mary Ann - 2:009. Scarborough Fair - 3:0810. Lullabye - 2:4311. North Country Maid - 2:3612. Sally Free And Easy - 2:52
01 - As Tears Go By 02 - Sister Morphine 03 - Scarborough Fair 04 - Monday, Monday 05 - This Little Bird 06 - In My Time Of Sorrow