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Album: David Essex Best Of
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hold Me Close
2)    Rock On
3)    Gonna Make You a Star
4)    If I Could
5)    Lamplight
6)    Coming Home
7)    Cool Out Tonight
8)    Bring in the Sun
9)    For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
10)    Rolling Stone
11)    City Lights
12)    On and On
13)    America
14)    Turn Me Loose
15)    Good Ol' Rock & Roll
16)    Stardust
 

Album: David Essex Best Of
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hold Me Close
2)    Rock On
3)    Gonna Make You a Star
4)    If I Could
5)    Lamplight
6)    Coming Home
7)    Cool Out Tonight
8)    Bring in the Sun
9)    For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
10)    Rolling Stone
11)    City Lights
12)    On and On
13)    America
14)    Turn Me Loose
15)    Good Ol' Rock & Roll
16)    Stardust
 
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Tracks

1. Hold Me Close

2. Rock On

3. Gonna Make You A Star

4. If I Could

5. Lamplight

6. Coming Home

7. Cool Out Tonight

8. Bring In The Sun

9. For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her

10. Rolling Stone

11. City Lights

12. On And On

13. America

14. Turn Me Loose

15. Good Ol' Rock And Roll

16. Stardust (From The Film 'stardust')

Performer Notes
  • This 16-track release by '70s British glam rocker David Essex includes his hits "Hold Me Close," "Gonna Make You A Star," and "Rock On."
  • Personnel: David Essex (vocals).
  • Liner Note Author: Johnny Black.
  • Documenting the five years David Essex spent at CBS during the mid-'70s, The Best of David Essex is the best ever document of the halcyon days when just about anything with his name on it was guaranteed a roost near the top of the U.K. chart. Opening with the biggest one of the lot, 1975's U.K. chart-topping "Hold Me Close," it then marches resolutely (if not chronologically) through a hit parade that is almost unparalleled, for quality if nothing else. From 1973's immortal "Rock On" to 1977's "Cool Out Tonight" (a song that is, thankfully, a lot more memorable than its title), 11 singles are then neatly complemented with five more key album cuts, all but one spun off his debut. That the end result is most heavily weighted toward Essex's most influential (not to mention successful) period is another point in its favor, although the greatest benefit is probably derived from the stark realization of just how all-powerful the young Essex was. He scored no more than two number ones ("Gonna Make You a Star" was the other) and just four more Top Tenners ("Rock On," "Lamplight," "Stardust," and "Rolling Stone"). But he dominated the teen mags of the age, and he starred in two of the greatest rock & roll movies ever made, That'll Be the Day and Stardust. In other words, a little went a long way, in the nicest possible meaning of the phrase -- and that economy renders this a one-stop that you'll never want to leave. ~ Dave Thompson
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