The Polydor Years - Mungo Jerry

The Polydor Years
This is the first ever round up of 70's glam legends Mungo Jerry's time with Polydor Records and most tracks are appearing on CD for the first time.
Included is the original version of ‘Feels Like I'm In Love’ which gave Kelly Marie a world-wide chart topper in 1977.
The deluxe booklet includes pictures of all the singles including many overseas issues plus liner notes by Mungo Jerry biographer John Van Der Kiste.
Long overdue repress for this classic collection
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Code: GLAMCD18
Weight: 200
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1. HELLO NADINE
2. NEVER MIND I'VE STILL GOT MY ROCK AND ROLL
3. IMPALA SAGA
4. QUIET MAN
5. DON'T LET GO
6. CAN'T GET OVER LOVING YOU
7. IT'S A SECRET
8. ALL THAT A WOMAN SHOULD BE
9. LOVIN' IN THE ALLEYS AND FIGHTIN' IN THE STREETS
10. HEAVY FOOT STOMP
11. GONE TO MALAYA
12. JUST CAN'T SAY GOODBYE
13. SUR LE PONT D'AVINGNON
14. FEELS LIKE I'M IN LOVE
15. LANA
16. SUGAR MAMA
17. HELLO IT'S YOU AGAIN
18. GOODTIME GOODTIME
19. BABY RIDE MY TRAIN
20. WE'RE OK
21. ROCKING ON THE ROAD

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