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True Love Ways


Download links and information about True Love Ways by Peter & Gordon. This album was released in 1965 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 30:46 minutes.

Artist: Peter & Gordon
Release date: 1965
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 30:46
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No. Title Length
1. True Love Ways 2:38
2. If I Were You 2:30
3. I Don't Want to See You Again 2:00
4. I Go to Pieces 2:23
5. Don't Pity Me 2:49
6. Knight in Rusty Armour 2:37
7. Sunday for Tea 2:21
8. The Jokers 2:06
9. To Show I Love You 2:25
10. Love Me Baby 2:14
11. The Flower Lady 3:55
12. I Can Remember 2:48



Peter & Gordon branched further from their initial pop-folky British Invasion harmony sound on their fourth album, with erratic results. There was an increased tilt toward heavy orchestrated ballads, which could work very well at times, as on the title track, a worthy updating of the old Buddy Holly song (and a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic). Their less impressive reworking of "To Know Him Is to Love Him" (retitled "To Know You Is to Love You") made the Top Five in Britain. However, they weren't well-suited to soul covers like "Cry to Me," and on their solo vocal showcases (Gordon Waller on Smokey Robinson's "Who's Lovin' You" and Peter Asher on "Any Day Now"), they overextend themselves without the support of a harmonizing partner. As for the better tracks, their cover of the Everly Brothers' "Crying in the Rain" was a natural choice, and the melodramatically arranged "Hurtin' Is Lovin'" and the folkier "I Told You So" are two of their better originals. Want some dig-deep trivia? The opening notes of their cover of Del Shannon's "Broken Promises" are identical to the opening notes of the subsequent Neil Young composition "Flying on the Ground Is Wrong," done by Buffalo Springfield on their first album. True Love Ways is included in its entirety as half of the two-for-one package I Go to Pieces/True Love Ways on Collectables, which adds their third album, I Go to Pieces, and their 1967 hit "Sunday for Tea."