Anthology 1962-1974

Anthology 1962-1974

by The Righteous Brothers

CD

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Overview

Anthology 1962-1974

For some listeners, a double-disc of the Righteous Brothers might seem like overkill, but Anthology 1962-1974 should silence most skeptics. Over the course of the two discs, it becomes clear that the duo were the finest blue-eyed soul singers of their era. Not only do the hits ("Little Latin Lupe Lu," "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling," "Unchained Melody," "Ebb Tide," "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration," "Rock and Roll Heaven") retain their power, there are numerous forgotten gems, like the harder-rocking "Justine" and an excellent version of "This Little Girl of Mine." For listeners who want to dig a little deeper into the Righteous Brothers' music than the hits, they'll be generously rewarded by Anthology.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/14/1989
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227148829
catalogNumber: 71488

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Righteous Brothers   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Bill Medley   Vocals,Track Performer
Bobby Hatfield   Vocals,Track Performer

Technical Credits

Don Ralke   Arranger
Bill Medley   Producer
Barry Mann   Producer
Jack Nitzsche   Arranger
Dewey Terry   Composer
Bobby Hatfield   Producer
Phil Spector   Producer
Perry Botkin   Arranger
Nick DeCaro   Arranger
Ernie Freeman   Arranger
Don "Sugarcane" Harris   Composer
Bill Inglot   Producer
Dennis Lambert   Composer,Producer
Richard Mullen   Composer
Brian Potter   Composer,Producer
William "Mickey" Stevenson   Producer
John Strother   Remixing
John Wimber   Arranger
Joseph Wissert   Producer
Scott Christy   Composer
Parke Puterbaugh   Liner Notes
Jack Richards   Composer
Woody Woodrich   Arranger
Tom Licari   Contributor
Ray Maxwell   Producer
Bill Baker   Arranger

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Anthology 1962-1974 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD Collection of songs includes some not found easily today. ''Stand By'' is a highly emotional song that applies today. Overall the collection is most complete with sounds of driving voices of a youthful Bobby Hatfield in dynamic high tenor, and thundrous Baritone/bass of Bill Medley. Tuned to soul, full of inspiration the Anthology represents the wide variations of talent only the Righteous Brothers could and still can do. Rock and roll, soul, solo's and all is found in this collection. I was there in the 60's listening, and the beat still goes on.... Righteous!