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Farlowe was born John Henry Deighton in Islington, North London on
October 13 1940, amidst the rationing, gas masks and bombing raids of WWII. In common with
many of the great British stars who emerged from the sixties, Chris's
earliest hero was Lonnie Donegan and whilst still a teenager, Chris
formed his own skiffle band - the modestly named 'John Henry Skiffle
Group By the late fifties Chris had gravitated more towards Rock and
Roll and left off guitar to concentrate on singing. The group evolved
into Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds; the Farlowe coming from
guitarist Tal Farlowe and Thunderbirds from the American car of the
same name. By the early sixties, Chris and The Thunderbirds were
established favourites on the London and Hamburg club scene and had a
growing band of enthusiastic and loyal followers. Their musical
direction was also changing - becoming more R&B than R&R.
"Out of Time" is a song by The Rolling Stones, first
released on their 1966 album Aftermath. It was covered by Chris
Farlowe, Farlowe’s single was produced by MICK JAGGER. Peaked at number
one in the UK singles chart on 28 July 1966 and stayed at the top for
one week. The Rolling Stones' recording of the song was used in Hal
Ashby's 1978 film Coming Home.
For Farlowe fanatics everywhere, he is the
consummate rocker, the living embodiment of the star who's seen it all
and done most of it, but remains as fresh and enthusiastic as when he
started out, an incredible 50 years ago. The sound is never less than
excellent -- and good and loud -- and the annotation is very thorough.
This set makes the perfect companion to Rock 'n' Roll
Soldier: Anthology 1970-2004.