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  • Mezijas says:
    Digitally remastered two CD collection featuring the Sheffield singer's complete early recordings for Decca from to Comprising 57 tracks drawn from two albums, two scarce EPs, a raft of singles and some rare Decca compilation LPs; kicking off with two previously unissued pre-Decca demos by Berry with Joe Browns Bruvvers (produced by Mickie Most in !) and includes the #1 smash /5(12).
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions - Dave Berry on AllMusic - - He 8/
  • Toll says:
    Dave Berry (born David Holgate Grundy, 6 February in Woodhouse, Sheffield) is an English pop singer and former teen idol of the s. He performed a mixture of R&B and pop ballads and was popular in Britain, and in Continental Europe, especially Belgium and the Netherlands, but had no commercial success in the US, where he is best known for the original versions of Ray Davies' "This Author: Dave Berry.
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  • Kigalkis says:
    CD 2 1. One Heart Between Two () 2. You're Gonna Need Somebody () 3. Me-O-My-O () 4. If You Need Me () 5. Little Things () 6. I've Got A Tiger By The Tail () 7. Can I Get It From You () 8. Why Don't They Understand () 9. He's With You () Always Always (Yesterday's Love Song) () This Strange Effect.
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  • Faegar says:
    Dave Berry - This Strange Effect: The Decca Sessions The dark one returns A quick glance at the songwriting small print reveals that virtually every major writer or team aside from Lennon/ McCartney and Jagger/Richard are represented within this track overview of Berry’s Decca career.
  • Taugor says:
    Dave Berry was the closest British pop in the mids got to enigmatic. Inspired by the earlier generation of rockers like Gene Vincent, he nurtured a mysterious stage image in line with his slight but charming performances of hits like "The Crying Game" (later immortalised by the film of the same name, of course), the Kinks' "This Strange Effect" (the biggest hit ever in Belgium!) and Bobby /5(12).
  • Douzragore says:
    Dave Berry was the closest British pop in the mids got to enigmatic. Inspired by the earlier generation of rockers like Gene Vincent, he nurtured a mysterious stage image in line with his slight but charming performances of hits like "The Crying Game" (later immortalised by the film of the same name, of course), the Kinks' "This Strange Effect" (the biggest hit ever in Belgium!) and Bobby /5(13).

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