We’ve got a special treat for Phil Collins fans!
Play the video below to exclusively listen the legendary singer’s live rendition of (Love is Like a) Heatwave, which has NEVER been released on CD before. The track will appear on Phil’s The Essential Going Back deluxe CD featuring a disc dedicated to his live performances. It’s part of his Take A Look At Me Now retrospective campaign where fans can rediscover gems from his vast back catalogue.
Abridged tracklisting, remastered:
- Going Back
- Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue)
- (Love Is Like A) Heatwave
- Some Of Your Lovin’
- Going To A Go-Go
- Papa Was A Rolling Stone
- Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
- Something About You
- Talkin’ About My Baby
- Do I Love You
- Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer
- Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me For A Little While)
- Too Many Fish In The Sea
- Uptight (Everything’s Alright)
- Signed Sealed Delivered (I’m Yours) intro *
- Ain’t Too Proud To Beg *
- Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue) *
- Dancing In The Street *
- (Love Is Like A) Heatwave *
- Papa Was A Rolling Stone *
- Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer *
- Talkin’ About My Baby *
- Do I Love You *
- Ain’t That Peculiar *
- Too Many Fish In The Sea *
- You Really Got A Hold On Me *
- Something About You *
- Uptight (Everything’s Alright) *
- My Girl *
- Going Back *
* denotes a track that is released on CD for the first time.
The campaign concludes on June 10th with the release of The Essential Going Back and …But Seriously
Both albums will be available as 2CD digipak and digital versions which feature the remastered album and the additional content, as well as the 180 gram heavyweight audiophile vinyl format which features the remastered album as a standalone product.
© Metro, by Hanna Flint
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