Disc 1 Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Only Love Can Break A Heart If I Didn't Have A Dime Half Heaven Half Heartache It Hurts To Be In Love Backstage Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa I Wanna Love My Life Away Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart Mecca That Girl Belongs To Yesterday Last Chance To Turn Around Looking Through The Eyes Of Love True Love Never Runs Smooth I'm Gonna Be Strong I Must Be Seeing Things Princess In Rags Disc 2 Town Without Pity Every Breath I Take Who Needs It Boss's Daughter In The Cold Light Of Day Marianne Hawaii Yesterday's Hero Cornflower Blue She's A Heartbreaker Billy You're My Friend Nobody Needs Your Love Just One Smile Maria Elena Somewhere In The Country Shady Lady Street Called Hope Disc 3 Hello Mary Lou Yours Until Tomorrow Lips Are Redder On You Animal Crackers (In Cellophane Boxes) Laying Games Of Love I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night Mockin' Bird Hill Louisiana Man King And Queen Baby Ain't That Fine Innamorato (In Love Again) Nessuno Mi Puo' Guidicare A Porche Ore Da Te (Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa) Saro Forte (I'm Gonna Be Strong) Citta Spietata (Town Without Pity) Con Te Verso L'Amore (Last Chance To Turn Around)
After more than thirty years in show business and 23 UK hit singles, Gene Pitney was a pop superstar with millions of fans around the world. A long and winding road has taken Gene from his humble beginnings in Connecticut, to the high profile stages of the world's greatest cities: Carnegie Hall in New York, the Palladium in London, and Sydney's own Opera House. Gene's dramatic delivery and startlingly clear tenor voice was an immediate hit and his first single, I Wanna Love My Life Away, entered the UK and Australian Top 30 in 1961. This was followed by another hit single release Town Without Pity, the same year. Gene continued to have the occasional hit in the 1970s, and enjoyed a UK No.1 hit in 1989 when Marc Almond from British pop group Soft Cell persuaded him to record a duet of Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart, a Top 10 entry twenty-two years previously. In 2002 Gene Pitney was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Gene's career was a long and illustrious one, spanning five decades. His popularity remained enormous and he continued to perform to rapturous audiences all over the world right up to the day he died.
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