Fine Cuts: The Best Of MARMALADE out on Salvo on September 5th.

  Best known for their UK number 1 cover of The Beatles ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La Da’ and the major US hit ‘Reflections Of My Life’, the Best of Marmalade set is packed with numerous extras. The album comes fully remastered for the finest possible sound quality. Presented in a stylish double digi-pack with 12-page booklet, it contains rare photographs plus a comprehensive overview of Marmalade’s career written by band members Jnr (William) Campbell and Dean Ford.

Scottish group Marmalade formed originally formed in 1961 and are best known for their UK number one cover of the The Beatles ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La Da’ and the major US hit ‘Reflections Of My Life’. 

These hits are featured on their new album “Fine Cuts” , which showcases a total of 45 tracks, also including I See The Rain’, ‘Cousin Norman’, ‘My Little One’ and many more… 

Anyone who ever heard Marmalade play at clubs like the Marquee would know that there is a lot more to Marmalade than the hits ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ and ‘Reflections of My Life’.

Here we find 45 tracks which typify what ‘The Marms’ were all about. There are some great rock tracks like Graham’s ‘Empty Bottles’ and ‘Can You Help Me (very much influenced by the style of Crosby, Stills & Nash / Santana, etc who were everyone’s heroes in the late ‘60’s). 

There are also some lovely soft-rock titles that really show off the vocal harmonies, and a great version of Dylan’s ‘I Shall be Released’. Fine Cuts is the Best Of Marmalade!”

Junior Campbell – 2011

“We were influenced by many types of music and through all of our recordings runs the thread of quality musicianship. We had some fun times as a group and some of it I still remember. I hope you enjoy “Fine Cuts” as much as I did.”

                                                                                 Dean Ford – Los Angeles. 2011



CD1 The 60s                                                                       

1                   It’s All Leading Up To Saturday Night

2                   Wait A Minute Baby

3                   Can’t Stop Now

4                   There Ain’t No Use In Hanging On

5                   I See The Rain

6                   Laughing Man

7                   Man In A Shop

8                   Cry (The Shoob Doroorie Song)

9                   Lovin’ Things

10                 Hey Joe

11                 Wait For Me Marianne

12                 Mess Around

13                 Ob-La -Di, Ob-La-Da

14                 Chains

15                 Baby Make It Soon

16                 Time Is On My Side

17                 Butterfly

18                 (Take A Little) Piece Of My Heart

19                 Mr Lion

20                 Station On 3rd Avenue

21                 Mr Tambourine Man

22                 Summer In The City

23                 I Shall Be Released

24                 Reflections Of My Life

25                 Rollin’ My Thing

CD2 The 70s     

1                   Rainbow

2                   The Ballad Of Cherry Flavar

3                   My Little One

4                   Is Your Life Your Own

5                   Cousin Norman

6                   Back On The Road

7                   Mama

8                   Sarah

9                   Ride Boy Ride

10                 Empty Bottles

11                 Stay With Me Baby

12                 Can You Help Me

13                 Radancer

14                 Kaleidescope

15                 Lady Of Catrine

16                 She Wrote Me A Letter

17                 Just One Woman

18                 Bad Weather

19                 Super Clean Jean

20                 I’ve Been Around Too Long


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