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The Ep Collection


Download links and information about The Ep Collection by Helen Shapiro. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 54:26 minutes.

Artist: Helen Shapiro
Release date: 1989
Genre: Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 54:26
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No. Title Length
1. Little Devil (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:28
2. I Don't Care (From the film 'Play It Cool') (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:34
3. Don't Treat Me Like a Child (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:34
4. You Don't Know (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:41
5. A Teenager In Love (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:18
6. Lipstick On Your Collar (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:19
7. Beyond the Sea (La Mer) (featuring Martin Slavin) 3:31
8. Little Miss Lonely (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:55
9. The Day the Rains Came (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:35
10. Tell Me What He Said (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:48
11. Walking Back To Happiness 2:31
12. I Apologise (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:40
13. Let's Talk About Love (featuring Norrie Paramor, Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra) 1:57
14. When I'm With You (featuring Martin Slavin) 1:53
15. Because They're Young (featuring Martin Slavin) 3:35
16. St. Louis Blues (featuring Norrie Paramor, Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra) 4:45
17. Goody Goody (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:40
18. The Birth of the Blues (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:52
19. Keep Away from Other Girls (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:25
20. After You've Gone (featuring Martin Slavin) 2:25



This is probably the best single CD of Helen Shapiro's chart records, and the best overview of her career, encompassing as it does the best parts of eight of her extended-play singles — all of her hits and her best B-sides and album tracks. Shapiro's singing is extraordinary — at 15, she was crooning standards like "St. Louis Blues" and "Birth of the Blues" with the assurance and depth of feeling of a 40-year-old of a generation earlier. Hearing this material, and all of Shapiro's hits, it's easy to understand how she could have been a major pop music figure in early-'60s England, and difficult to comprehend the missteps by her label that prevented her from sustaining that career.