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Marianne Faithfull Come and Stay With Me

Marianne Faithfull Come and Stay With Me

Marianne Faithfull Singles 1964-1969 Compiled For Come and Stay With Me Compilation

by Paul Cashmere on October 2, 2018

in News

‘Come and Stay With Me’ is a new Marianne Faithfull compilation documenting the singles from 1964-1969.

One of Faithfull’s credits was with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards on the song ‘Sister Morphine’. Faithfull released the original version as the b-side to her 1969 single ‘Something Better’. The Rolling Stones version came two years later on the 1971 ‘Sticky Fingers’ album.

Come And Stay With Me restores the focus upon the magnificent folk (a remarkable rendition of the traditional “Greensleeves,” produced by Oldham) and popular music (including versions of Jackie DeShannon’s “Come And Stay With Me,” Donovan’s ‘The Most Of What Is Least” and John D. Loudermilk’s “This Little Bird”) that Marianne Faithfull created at Decca as she stumbled towards writing her own material and moving towards a redemptive career path. The package also features extensive biographical notes by celebrated music journalist Kris Needs, which are informed by his longstanding close friendship with the singer, and were forged using numerous interviews during the past four decades.

ABKCO Records will release the collection on vinyl in 2019.

Marianne Faithfull – Come and Stay With Me: The UK 45s 1964-1969

1) As Tears Go By
2) Greensleeves
3) Blowin’ In the Wind
4) House of the Rising Sun
5) Come and Stay With Me
6) What Have I Done Wrong
7) This Little Bird
8) Morning Sun
9) Go Away From My World
10) The Most of What Is Least
11) Et Maintenant
12) The Sha La La Song
13) Summer Nights
14) Yesterday
15) Oh Look Around You
16) Tomorrow’s Calling
17) That’s Right Baby*
18) Counting
19) Like To Dial Your Number
20) Is This What I Get For Loving You?
21) Something Better
22) Sister Morphine

*Digital pre-release single

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