Watch the video for Something I've Got to Tell You from Glenda Collins's It's Hard To Believe It: The Amazing World Of Joe Meek for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It's Hard To Believe It: The Amazing World Of Joe Meek. Glenda Collins was a British pop music singer active in the 1960s. Collins was discovered by Carroll Levis, whose promotion landed her a contract with Decca Records.
Glenda Collins (born 16 December 1943) is a former British pop music singer active in the 1960s. She released three singles through Decca which failed to chart and was dropped by the label . Something I've Got To Tell You", "My Heart Didn't Lie" (Pye 7N17044, 1966). It's Hard to Believe It", "Don't Let It Rain on Sunday" (Pye 7N17150, 1966).
Something I've Got To Tell You. Written-By – Howard; Blaikley. The other artist that made an impression on me is Glenda Collins, who had the perfect British girl pitch, but a sassy attitude. It's Hard To Believe It" and "Something I Got To Tell You" are upfront, straight to the face, and a perfect match for Meek's experimentation and sense of romantic angst. I have read that Meek at one time wanted to marry Glenda, but I suspect that would have been a tragic mistake. The Pye Years" is an excellent introduction to the Meek sound, especially with respect to the nod toward the British Invasion at the time
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I’ve Got a Good Memory. 3. You’ve Got To Stand For Something. 4. I Wonder How Far It Is Over You. 5. Ain’t That a Hell of a Note. 6. The Man That Came Between Us.
Collins’ 1993 album, Both Sides, written in the wake of a marriage-ruining affair with an old flame, was his best and most personal since Face Value. That’s the real me, he says, implying that his biggest albums weren’t. Outside, the afternoon is fading to black. We’ve gone down a gloomy path, so I close by asking Collins what he would most like people to know about him. He ums and ahs, like he’s not sure it would make any difference. It’s got so complicated, he says finally, because I’m known for this and known for that, but really I’m quite a simple guy, just trying to do it right. It’s a slow process but, like a lot of people, Phil Collins is learning to like Phil Collins again.
So why remind fans of something you've worked so hard to make them forget? Maybe Madonna wants the last laugh at critics who panned her most "personal", "substantial", "topical", "political", and "ambitious" album to date. After all, Re-Invention was one of the highest-grossing tours of 2004. No wait, I've got it: The most absurd element is the bagpipes that kick off the "hip-hop" portion of the show. Bagpipes! I'm Going to Tell You a Secret is all the funnier for the seriousness with which Madonna attacks such moments, which gives the proceedings a camp quality. While her show is empty spectacle- which would be perfectly fine if she weren't so obviously desperate to say something substantial- her life as portrayed in this documentary is cloistered and withdrawn, marked by hours of quiet Kabbalah study but very little self-reflection.
Now we might've been better off or owned a bigger house If Daddy had done more givin' in or a little more backin' down But we always had plenty just living his advice "Whatever you do today you'll have to sleep with tonight". He'd say, "You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything You've got to be your own man, not a puppet on a string Never compromise what's right, and uphold your family name You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything". And I know that things are different than they. You've Got To Stand For Something" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
|A||Something I've Got To Tell You
Written-By – Howard Blaikley
|B||My Heart Didn't Lie
Written-By – Joe Meek
|7N.17044||Glenda Collins||Something I've Got To Tell You (7", Sol)||Pye Records||7N.17044||UK||1966|
|7N.17044||Glenda Collins||Something I've Got To Tell You (7", Promo, Sol)||Pye Records||7N.17044||UK||1966|