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Beryl Marsden played a key part of the Merseybeat boom of the 1960s and yet amazingly this is her first-ever CD compilation. Changes celebrates her 50th year of performing with her entire recorded output. All of Beryl’s 1960s singles for Decca and Columbia are present, including her two duets with Peter Bardens / Tony Colton in the Shotgun Express, the hugely collectable Mod dancer ‘What She’s Got’ and an elusive live track from the rare Decca album At The Cavern.

Changes also boasts her obscure 1981 single ‘Hungry For You’ (produced by Pete Bardens) and some fascinating recent recordings, including a version of ‘I’ll Be There’, her performance of which closed the recent TV documentary on The Cavern. Beryl will be promoting Changes with a flurry of shows and interviews across 2012, including shows in both London and Liverpool.


“Liverpool was a hotbed of musical talent in the 1960’s and, with some justification, many veteran scousers reckon that the city’s best female singer was not Cilla black but Beryl Marsden”. Music Week, April 2012

Weight 200 kg


I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More) / I Only Care About You / When The Lovelight Starts Shining Thru’ His Eyes / Love Is Going To (Gonna?) Happen To Me / Everybody Loves a Lover (Live) / Who You Gonna Hurt?  / Gonna Make Him My Baby / Music Talk / Break-A-Way / What’s She Got (That I Ain’t Got) / Let’s Go Somewhere / I Could Feel The Whole World Turn Round (As The Shotgun Express)  / Funny ‘Cos Neither Could I (As The Shotgun Express) / Sad Songs (As Lynn Jackson)  / Hungry For You / I Video / Hello Stranger / Baby It’s You / Will You Love Me Tomorrow / Everything I Need / Shakin’ / Too Late / Changes / I’ll Be There


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