London multi-ethnic soul band The Foundations stormed to a UK Number 1 with their first PYE single, 'Baby Now That I Found You', in 1967. Early in 1968, vocalist Clem Curtis left to be replaced by the excellent Joe E. Young of The Toniks. The band scored two huge worldwide hits that year with 'Build Me Up Buttercup' (co-written by Mike d'Abo) and 'In The Bad, Bad Old Days'. This package compiles all the PYE singles released globally plus EP tracks. Digitally remastered and slipcased
London multi-ethnic soul band The Foundations stormed to a UK Number 1 with their first PYE single, 'Baby Now That I Found You', in 1967. Early in 1968, vocalist Clem Curtis left to be replaced by the excellent Joe E. Young of The Toniks. The band scored two huge worldwide hits that year with 'Build Me Up Buttercup' (co-written by Mike d'Abo) and 'In The Bad, Bad Old Days'. This package compiles all the PYE singles released globally plus EP tracks. Digitally remastered and slipcased
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Pye As Bs & Ep Tracks (Uk)
Artist: Foundations
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Baby Now That I Found You
2. Come on Back to Me
3. Things Are Getting Better
4. 96 Tears
5. Back on My Feet Again
6. I Can Take or Leave Your Loving
7. It's Alright
8. Am I Groovin' You
9. Mr Personality Man
10. Any Old Time You're Sad and Lonely
11. We Are Happy People
12. Build Me Up Buttercup
13. New Direction
14. Love Is a Five Letter Word
15. Call Me
16. In the Bad, Bad Old Days
17. Give Me Love
18. Show Me
19. Jerking the Dog
20. Born to Live, Born to Die
21. Why Did You Cry
22. My Little Chickadee
23. Solomon Grundy
24. Till Night Brought Day
25. Take Away the Emptiness
26. Waiting on the Shores of Nowhere
27. Baby I Couldn't See
28. Penny Sir
29. Take a Girl Like You
30. I'm Gonna Be a Rich Man
31. Tomorrow
32. People Are Funny
33. Harlem Shuffle
34. Who Am I
35. In the Beginning
36. That Same Old Feeling
37. Something for My Baby
38. I Need Your Love
39. Baby Now That I Found You (1989 Remix)
40. Mountain Over the Hill
41. Time Alone Will Tell
42. I've Never Found a Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)
43. Point of No Return
44. Stand By Your Man

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London multi-ethnic soul band The Foundations stormed to a UK Number 1 with their first PYE single, 'Baby Now That I Found You', in 1967. Early in 1968, vocalist Clem Curtis left to be replaced by the excellent Joe E. Young of The Toniks. The band scored two huge worldwide hits that year with 'Build Me Up Buttercup' (co-written by Mike d'Abo) and 'In The Bad, Bad Old Days'. This package compiles all the PYE singles released globally plus EP tracks. Digitally remastered and slipcased