(Youve Got) The Magic Touch - The Platters - The Very Best Of The Platters (Cassette)

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  • Fans of the Platters will enjoy this collection, which includes four of the Platters' big hits and six of their lesser known hits, but as "the Very Best" of the Platters it is misnamed. Many of the songs that most of us immediately associate with this group are not included, so those fans hoping to rekindle memories of the early s and s /5(3).
  • "(You've Got) The Magic Touch" was The Platters' follow-up hit to their even bigger "The Great Pretender." Since they released mostly singles instead of whole albums, you have to look for it on posthumous "greatest hits" albums. Pause for a moment and appreciate the fine crafting of this song. The perfectly-scanning lyrics, neat as a pin.
  • Like all quality music, the music of the Platters transcends all musical fads, styles and genres. Listening to the Platters, is listening to true musical art. The Platters truly had the "Magic Touch" that will be appreciated by generations to come. This collection is a "must have," if you're looking lost treasures/5(95).
  • The original Platters - Tony Williams, Herbert Reed, Paul Robi, David Lynch and Zola Taylor - were an unprecedented success in the early days of rock & roll, racking up .
  • The Very Best includes an even ten of the Platters' best-loved hits, like "Magic Touch (You've Got)," "You're Making a Mistake," "Twilight Time," "My Serenade" and "The Mystery of You." Track Listing.
  • Aug 17,  · The Platters drew inspiration from predecessors such as the Mills Brothers, yet had a style all their own that came to be treasured by the first generation of rock & roll and doo-wop fans. This set features the group's Top 10 smashes "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "The Great Pretender," "Only You," "(You've Got) The Magic Touch," and several others/5().
  • The Platters The Very Best Of The Platters on K2 HD Mastering CD K2 HD Mastering Japanese Import CD Bit/kHz Mastering Compatible With All CD Players The Platters deliver an astonishing set of hits from the '50s and '60s on this compilation album of their very best tracks. Among the 12 cuts are "The Great Pretender," "I'm Sorry" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.".
  • This is a superb single-disc distillation of the Platters' biggest hits, with all 15 of their first Top Forty hits, an astonishing run that went from 's "Only You (And You Alone)" through 's "Harbor Lights" -- and adds the more modern soul-pop successes they landed in 19with "With This Ring" and "I Love You Times."." Admittedly, it lacks a few obscure tracks found on.

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