His début album Adam was released on 4 November 1960 to critical acclaim for the inventiveness of Barry's arrangements and Faith's own performances. The material ranged from standards such as "Summertime", "Hit The Road to Dreamland" and "Singin' in the Rain" to more contemporary songs, such as Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman's "I'm a Man", Johnny Worth's "Fare Thee Well My Pretty Maid", and Howard Guyton's "Wonderful Time". Walkin' Tall" b/w "Just Mention My Name".
Adam Faith - Walkin' tall. Has been played on. United Kingdom 3.
5. What Do You Want? Les Vandyke. 6. Poor Me. Les Vandyke. 7. The Time Has Come. 8. Cowman Milk Your Cow. Adam Faith. 9. Baby Take a Bow. 10. Someone Else's Baby. Perry Ford, Les Vandyke.
Adam Faith was a contemporary of early British rock & rollers like Cliff Richard and Billy Fury, but Faith's sound was less Elvis Presley-derived and more aligned with teen idol pop such as that of Bobby Vee (who covered Faith's number one . hit "What Do You Want?"). Baby Take A Bow (2:00) 17. What Now (1:59) 18. Walkin' Tall (2:07) 19. The First Time (2:05) 20. We Are In Love (2:15) 21.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Very Best of Adam Faith" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Terence "Terry" Nelhams-Wright, known as Adam Faith (23 June 1940 – 8 March 2003), was a British teen idol, singer, actor, and financial journalist. He was one of the most charted acts of the 1960s. He became the first UK artist to lodge his initial seven hits in the Top 5. He was also one of the . ore .
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|R5039||Adam Faith||Walkin' Tall (7", Single)||Parlophone||R5039||UK||1963|