Hugely popular in the U. K. during the early 60s, package tour perennials THE BROOK(S) BROTHERS were effectively Britain's answer to The Everly Brothers, who were their greatest influence. Their most successful releases tended to be covers of U. S. hits, e. g. Hank Locklin's 'Please Help Me I'm Falling', Barry Mann's 'Warpaint', Eddie Hodges' 'Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week', Frankie Avalon's 'Married', 'The Crickets' 'He's Old Enough To Know Better', The Shirelles' 'Welcome Home Baby', and Bobby Vinton's 'Trouble Is My Middle Name'. All are featured on this compilation, which presents the Very Best of The Brooks' recorded output during this period, for Top Rank and Pye. Their Top Rank singles are serious collectors' rarities - indeed their debut 45, 'How Will It End' / 'Green Fields', has never previously been reissued, in any format. Also included are a couple of previously unreleased off-air "Saturday Club" live cuts, from late 1961.
Hugely popular in the U. K. during the early 60s, package tour perennials THE BROOK(S) BROTHERS were effectively Britain's answer to The Everly Brothers, who were their greatest influence. Their most successful releases tended to be covers of U. S. hits, e. g. Hank Locklin's 'Please Help Me I'm Falling', Barry Mann's 'Warpaint', Eddie Hodges' 'Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week', Frankie Avalon's 'Married', 'The Crickets' 'He's Old Enough To Know Better', The Shirelles' 'Welcome Home Baby', and Bobby Vinton's 'Trouble Is My Middle Name'. All are featured on this compilation, which presents the Very Best of The Brooks' recorded output during this period, for Top Rank and Pye. Their Top Rank singles are serious collectors' rarities - indeed their debut 45, 'How Will It End' / 'Green Fields', has never previously been reissued, in any format. Also included are a couple of previously unreleased off-air "Saturday Club" live cuts, from late 1961.
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We Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Uk)
Artist: Brook Brothers
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DISC: 1

1. How Will It End
2. Green Fields
3. Please Help Me I'm Falling
4. When Will I Be Loved
5. Say the Word
6. Everything But Love
7. Warpaint
8. Sometimes
9. Little Bitty Heart 1
10. Tell Her 1
11. Little Devil 1
12. That's the Way It Goes 1
13. I Wanna Love My Life Away 1
14. I'm in Love Again 1
15. Hello Mary Lou 1
16. I Love Girls 1
17. Look for a Star 1
18. Like Makin' Love 1
19. Honey 'Cause I Love You 2
20. Your Cheatin' Heart 2
21. Ain't Gonna Wash?for a Week 2
22. One Last Kiss 2
23. Love or Money (Live) 2
24. Sea of Heartbreak (Live) 2
25. Married 2
26. He's Old Enough to Know Better 2
27. Win or Lose 2
28. Tell Tale 2
29. Too Scared 3
30. Just Another Fool 3
31. Double Trouble 3
32. Welcome Home Baby 3
33. So Long 3
34. Town Girl 3
35. I Can't Make Up My Mind 3
36. Trouble Is My Middle Name 3
37. Let the Good Times Roll

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Hugely popular in the U. K. during the early 60s, package tour perennials THE BROOK(S) BROTHERS were effectively Britain's answer to The Everly Brothers, who were their greatest influence. Their most successful releases tended to be covers of U. S. hits, e. g. Hank Locklin's 'Please Help Me I'm Falling', Barry Mann's 'Warpaint', Eddie Hodges' 'Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week', Frankie Avalon's 'Married', 'The Crickets' 'He's Old Enough To Know Better', The Shirelles' 'Welcome Home Baby', and Bobby Vinton's 'Trouble Is My Middle Name'. All are featured on this compilation, which presents the Very Best of The Brooks' recorded output during this period, for Top Rank and Pye. Their Top Rank singles are serious collectors' rarities - indeed their debut 45, 'How Will It End' / 'Green Fields', has never previously been reissued, in any format. Also included are a couple of previously unreleased off-air "Saturday Club" live cuts, from late 1961.