Here's Where I Belong: Best of the Dunhill Years [Import]
2008 collection, a near-complete anthology of this important singer/songwriter's mid-'60s recordings for the Dunhill label. As well as writing hits for numerous '60s chart names, Sloan is an accomplished artist in his own right. This CD gathers together the contents of his two Dunhill albums (minus two tracks that he asked to be excluded) and a number of sides that have only previously appeared on 45s. Among the highlights are Sloan's own versions of his hit songs 'Take Me for What I'm Worth' (the Searchers), 'Eve of Destruction' (Barry McGuire), 'I Found a Girl' (Jan and Dean) and 'Melody for You' (the Grass Roots). Great sleeve notes from Tim Forster are matched by an incredible selection of period photographs, many of which have never been published before. 27 tracks. Ace.
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