Two Chantays albums on one CD, comprising much of the surf band's early '60s repertory. The "Move It" that opens the disc is not the Cliff Richard song but a slower, raunchier number with vocal choruses carrying a lot of the melody.
Unfortunately, not a How Many Times Can A Fridge Break Down - Murray McLauchlan - Storm Warning of what else is here is exactly first-rate material -- "It Never Works Out for Me" is Greenz - The Chantays - Two Sides Of The Chantays tuneless bore, and much of the rest is similarly uninteresting, and generally vocals were not this band's strong point, based on the evidence here.
The Pipeline album includes several attempts to emulate that hit, repeating its introduction and mimicking passages, but without much of the vitality or excitement of "Pipeline.
Maybe Baby. It Never Works Out for Me. Love Can Be Cruel. I'll Be Back Someday. Only If You Care. Three Coins in the Fountain. Space Probe. Continental Missle. The Lonesome Road. Tragic Wind. Sleep Walk. Night Theme. Wayward Nile. Tony Asher. El Conquisator. Riders in the Sky. Stan Jones. Last Night. The Mar-Keys. Tragic Wind The Chantays. Blunderbus The Chantays. Banzai The Chantays. Wayward Nile Tony Asher.
Riders in the Sky Stan Jones. Last Night The Mar-Keys.
Locomotive Breath (Long Version) - Alessia DAndrea Feat. Ian Anderson - Locomotive Breath, Interludio - SFDK - Desde Los Chiqueros, Toca Me (Natious > Vocal Edit By Paffendorf) - Fragma - Toca Me (Remixes), Wretch - Protest The Hero - Fortress