Sorrow" is a song first recorded by The McCoys in 1965 and released as the B-side to their cover of "Fever". It became a big hit in the United Kingdom in a version by The Merseys, reaching number 4 on the UK chart on 28 April 1966. A version by David Bowie charted worldwide in 1973. A line from the song - "With your long blonde hair and your eyes of blue" - is used in the Beatles song "It's All Too Much" which was featured on their 1969 album Yellow Submarine.
Fever is simply the McCoys' 1965 debut album, Hang on Sloopy, with a new title. The original was less a unified collection than it was a classic single, the title tune "Hang on Sloopy," which featured the singing and guitar playing of a young Rick Derringer, surrounded by a lot of likeminded filler, although a couple of the tracks, most notably the relatively ambitious "Don't Worry Mother" and the striking "Sorrow," which sported a lovely melody, rose. well above the generic feel of the rest of the album
Performer: The McCoys. Album: Fever, Sorrow. The McCoys - Fever, Sorrow MP3 version. 1486 downloads at 32 mb/s. The McCoys - Fever, Sorrow FLAC version. 2149 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download The McCoys - Fever Sorrow FREE. well above the generic feel of the rest of the album
Sorrow" is a song first recorded by The McCoys in 1965. The Merseys version is more up-tempo than The McCoys folk-rock original. Propelled by Clem Cattini's drumming it features a powerful horn arrangement (most probably the work of John Paul Jones). The horns also take the solo which, on the McCoys version, is performed on harmonica.
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Written-By – John Davenport
Written-By – Feldman*, Goldstein*, Gottehrer*
- Arranged By, Conductor – Bassett Hand
- Producer – Feldman*, Goldstein*, Gottehrer*
|B-511||The McCoys||Fever (7", Single)||Bang Records||B-511||US||1965|
|ATL 70.151||The McCoys||Fever / Sorrow (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATL 70.151||Sweden||1965|
|B-511||The McCoys||Fever / Sorrow (7", Single)||Bang Records||B-511||US||1965|
|HSSA 5043||The McCoys||Fever / Sorrow (7", Single)||Stateside||HSSA 5043||Netherlands||1965|
|670002||The McCoys||Fever / Sorrow (7")||Bang Records||670002||France||Unknown|