Bobby Vee Bobby Vee on Limited Edition 180g Import LP
Featuring 2 Bonus Tracks from the Same Period Not Included on the Original LP!
Special LP edition of Bobby Vee's self-titled second album, originally released by Liberty Records in March 1961, and long unavailable on the format. It contains Vee's first two Top Ten hits that charted towards the end of 1960: his remake of a tune by The Clovers from a few years earlier, "Devil or Angels," as well as "Rubber Ball." Produced by the great Snuff Garrett, the charming collection also includes covers of Johnnny Tillotson's "Poetry in Motion," The Chordettes/The Four Aces' '50s smash "Mr. Sandman," The Fireballs/The Crickets' "More Than I Can Say" and Little Willie John's "Talk To Me, Talk To Me." In addition to the original album, this Vinyl Lovers collector's edition also includes two bonus tracks from the same period: "Remember Me, Huh?" and the fabulous "Hark, Is That A Cannon I Hear?"