Come back and shake me ~ The Kenny young years 1969-1971 (CD)
UK collection from the Irish vocalist focusing on her prolific partnership with American songwriter Kenny Young, the pen behind The Drifters' 'Under The Boardwalk'. Kenny turned Ballymena born Clodagh's Northern Irish luck around transforming her into a walking one woman girl group with 'Come Back And Shake Me' , 'Goodnight Midnight' and 'Biljo' - brilliant bubble gum pop with catchy choruses featuring soaring vocals, heavy brass, bass and the fuzziest of guitars. 'Come Back And Shake Me - The Kenny Young Years' shuns the cover version fillers typical of the time and compiles all of Clodagh's recorded highs with Young. Culled from A sides, B sides and three RCA albums she recorded with him between 1969-1971 - together with 'Give Me Just A Little More Line' a rare Rodgers and Young single recorded under the name Moonshine. This compilation follows her musical journey all the way to Dublin where Clodagh represented the UK in hot pants at the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest performing Eurotrash smash on a string, 'Jack In The Box'.
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