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All-Time Greatest Hits


Download links and information about All-Time Greatest Hits by Gerry, Buckinghams, Gerry & The Pacemakers. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:50 minutes.

Artist: Gerry, Buckinghams, Gerry & The Pacemakers
Release date: 1969
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 32:50
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No. Title Length
1. Hey Baby (New Stereo Version) 2:42
2. I Like It (New Stereo Recording) 2:15
3. Kind of a Drag (Remastered Stereo Version) 2:17
4. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying 2:34
5. Susan (New Stereo Version) 2:32
6. Ferry Cross the Mersey (New Stereo Version) 2:27
7. How Do You Do It (Live) 1:55
8. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (New Stereo Version) 2:54
9. I'm the One (New Stereo Recording) 2:24
10. The Letter (In Concert) 3:55
11. You'll Never Walk Alone 2:31
12. Expressway (To Your Heart) 4:24



The Buckinghams recorded five Top 40 singles that all charted in 1967. All five of those tunes are included in this collection. Their three biggest singles, "Don't You Care," "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," and the number one hit "Kind of a Drag," are pure pop ear candy. Most of the tracks were ably produced by James William Guercio, who would later produce Blood, Sweat & Tears' classic self-titled second album and all of Chicago's earlier albums. Like a lot of '60s groups, the Buckinghams included a song to raise the social conscience of its audience. In this case, the song is "Foreign Policy," an almost unbearable "experimental" tune that includes a snippet of a JFK speech and clocks in at over four minutes! Of course, that's really not very long, but the other ten tracks are all less than three minutes a pop. "Foreign Policy" is truly "kind of a drag." However, the rest of the tracks are tolerable.