Henry Stone Music

Steve Alaimo 50s-70s 2-CD Set



CD 1
1. Love’s Gonna Live Here
2. I Don’t Know
3. Happy
4. Everybody Knows But Her
5. Real Live Girl
6. Cast Your Fate To The Wind
7. Mais Oui; Curtis, Pinchi, Donida
8. Lady Of The House
9. Blowing In The Wind
10. So Much In Love
11. Pardon Me (It’s My First Day Alone)
12. You Don’t Know Like I Know
13. Ooh Poo Pah Doo
14. New Orleans
15. Denver
16. Watching The Trains Go By

CD 2
17. Thank You For The Sunshine
18. I’m Thankful
19. After The Smoke Is Gone
20. Cry Myself To Sleep
21. Every Day I Have To Cry
22. A Lifetime Of Loneliness
23. Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying
24. Can’t You See
25. Wild Side Of Life
26. When My Little Girl Is Smiling
27. Nobody’s Fool
28. Amerikan Music
29. Sand In My Pocket
30. The Weekend’s Over
31. Bright Lights
32. Home by Eleven
33. Melissa

Long before the British Invasion, there was a lot of blue-eyed soul music in the U. S. in places that never got mass exposure. Steve Alaimo was one of the first to explore this genre. His backing musicians included members of the James Brown band and other R&B band legends. He also had some of Nashville’s best songwriters providing material for him to record. He hosted a TV show called “Where The Action Is!” Alaimo recorded a lot of great tunes. He has personally chosen his favorite recordings for this compilation. Anyone who enjoys the 50s and 60s oldies will love these tracks!