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The legendary rock superstars Tommy James & The Shondells burst onto the rock music scene in the mid-sixties with their much revered classic #1 debut single "Hanky Panky" which forever changed the fortunes of this legendary rock band.
After many successful albums and top charting singles, Roulette Records honored this legendary act with the stellar greatest hits collection The Best of Tommy James & The Shondells.
The 1969 Top 20 masterpiece is loaded with a generous helping of their most popular hit singles like "Crimson and Clover", "I Think We're Alone Now" and "Mony Mony", plus more classics like "Sweet Cherry Wine" and "Crystal Blue Persuasion".
Tommy James and his band have been such a heralded entity in today's modern culture that you will continually hear their classics hits all over radio and movies, plus other artists like Billy Idol, Joan Jett, and Tiffany have all had major hits with their coveted repertoire.
One of the most popular albums in their career, The Best of Tommy James & The Shondells was a consistent seller and a major go-to album for garage rock and pop music fans all over the world.
Friday Music is very pleased to announce for the very first time ever on striking Crimson Red Vinyl, The Best of Tommy James & The Shondells, mastered impeccably from the original Roulette Records tapes by Joe Reagoso (Tommy James/The Monkees/Paul Revere & The Raiders).
Original vinyl mixes of their classic hit singles and solid album tracks like "Ball of Fire", "Mirage" and "Sugar on Sunday" truly resonate with the listener.
The popular classic rock sounds of Tommy James & The Shondells continue with The Best of Tommy James & The Shondells... exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.
- Limited Edition
- Crimson Red Vinyl
- Mastered from the Original Roulette Records Tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios & Capitol Records
- Original Cover Art
- Made in the USA
- Ball of Fire
- Crystal Blue Persuasion
- Mony, Mony
- (Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More
- Hanky Panky
- Crimson and Clover
- Sweet Cherry Wine
- Sugar on Sunday
- I Think We're Alone Now