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  • Marianne Faithfull - As Tears Go By

    2:33

    Few stars of the '60s have reinvented themselves as successfully as Marianne Faithfull. Coaxed into a singing career by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham in 1964, she had a big hit in both Britain and the U.S. with her debut single, the Jagger/Richards composition As Tears Go By (which prefaced the Stones' own version by a full year). Considerably more successful in her native land than the States, she had a series of hits in the mid-'60s that set her high, fragile voice against delicate orchestral pop arrangements: Summer Night, This Little Bird, and Jackie De Shannon's Come and Stay with Me. Not a songwriter at the outset of her career, she owes more of her fame as a '60s icon to her extraordinary beauty and her long-running romance with Mick Jagger, although she offered a taste of things to come with her compelling 1969 single Sister Morphine, which she co-wrote (and which the Stones released themselves on Sticky Fingers later).

    In the '70s, Faithfull split up with Jagger, developed a serious drug habit, and recorded rarely, with generally dismal results. This occurred until late 1979, when she pulled off an astonishing comeback with Broken English. Displaying a croaking, cutting voice that had lowered a good octave since the mid-'60s, Faithfull had also begun to write much of her own material, and addressed sex and despair with wrenching realism. After allowing herself to be framed as a demure chanteuse by songwriters and arrangers throughout most of her career, Faithfull had found her own voice, and suddenly sounded more relevant and contemporary than most of the stars she had rubbed shoulders with in the '60s. Faithfull's recordings in the '80s and '90s were sporadic and erratic, but generally quite interesting; Strange Weather, a Hal Willner-produced 1987 collection of standards and contemporary compositions that spanned several decades for its sources, was her greatest triumph of the decade. In 1994, she published her self-titled autobiography; the biography -As Tears Go By by Mark Hodkinson is an objective and thorough account of her life and times.

    Faithfull returned to recording in 2002 with Kissin' Time, an eclectic collection of songwriting collaborations with Beck, Damon Albarn, Billy Corgan, Jon Brion, and Jarvis Cocker among others. In 2004, Before the Poison was released in the U.K., making its entrance into the U.S. market in early 2005. This album continued in the vein of its predecessor, with songwriting and production contributions from PJ Harvey, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Brion, and Albarn, but with far more consistent results. Faithfull and Willner released Easy Come Easy Go in 2008, an all new collection of typically eclectic covers from the likes of Morrissey, the Decemberists, Billie Holiday, Black Rebel Motorcycle, and Dolly Parton.

    ~ Richie Unterberger & Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

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  • Marianne Faithfull - The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan • TopPop

    3:57

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    Broadcast date: 1979/12/25

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    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
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    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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  • Marianne Faithfull - Why Dya Do It?

    6:50

    Album: Broken English - 1979

  • Marianne Faithfull - Its All over Now Baby Blue

    3:51

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  • Marianne Faithfull - As Tears Go By

    2:37

    As Tears Go By by Marianne Faithfull
    Composers: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Andrew Loog Oldham

    Lyrics:

    It is the evening of the day
    I sit and watch the children play
    Smiling faces I can see, but not for me
    I sit and watch as tears go by

    My riches can't buy everything
    I want to hear the children sing
    All I hear is the sound of rain falling on the ground
    I sit and watch as tears go by

    It is the evening of the day
    I sit and watch the children play
    Doing things I used to do, they think are new
    I sit and watch as tears go by

    “As Tears Go By (Official Lyric Video)”
    Directed by: Lucy Dawkins and Tom Readdy at Yes Please Productions
    Producers: Julian Klein, Robin Klein
    (C) 2019 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

    Music video by Marianne Faithfull performing As Tears Go By. (C) 2019 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

  • Marianne Faithfull: As Tears Go By

    4:32

    Hulabaloo 1965. Interesting Brian Epstein appearance...

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  • Its All Over Now, Baby Blue

    5:02

    Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Mgmt France SARL

    It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Re-Recorded) · Marianne Faithfull

    Negative Capability

    ℗ 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France) SARL

    Mixing Engineer: Howard Bullivant
    Composer: Bob Dylan

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Something Better

    2:28

    Marianne Faithfull performing “Something Better” from The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.

    Film & soundtrack out now:


    Recorded before a live audience in London in 1968, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was originally conceived as a BBC-TV special. Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, it centers on the original line up of The Rolling Stones -- Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman (with Nicky Hopkins and Rocky Dijon) -- who serve as both the show’s hosts and featured attraction. For the first time in front of an audience, “The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” performs six Stones classics. The program also includes extraordinary performances by The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, Yoko Ono, and The Dirty Mac. A ‘supergroup’ before the term had even been coined, the band was comprised of Eric Clapton (lead guitar), Keith Richards (bass), Mitch Mitchell of The Jimi Hendrix Experience (drums) and John Lennon on guitar and vocals.

    The Limited Deluxe Edition includes the film on Blu-Ray and DVD, plus the 2CD expanded soundtrack, and a perfect-bound 44-page book with custom foldout gatefold design. The book also includes David Dalton’s original 1969 Rolling Stone essay and on-set photographs by Mike Randolf. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus soundtrack has been expanded to 28 tracks, received a new mix and 192k 24 bit HD restoration. Bonus material included by the late concert pianist Julius Katchen, three additional songs by Taj Mahal and never before heard recordings of The Dirty Mac performing The Beatles classic, “Revolution” and the aptly titled track Warmup Jam.” Released for the first time on Vinyl as a 3 LP package, the remixed and remastered soundtrack will also be available on CD and all digital music services.

    Music video by Marianne Faithfull performing Something Better.

    © 2019 ABKCO Music & Records

  • Misunderstanding

    4:05

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    Misunderstanding · Marianne Faithfull

    Negative Capability

    ℗ 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France) SARL

    Mixing Engineer: Howard Bullivant
    Composer: Ed Harcourt
    Writer: Marianne Faithfull
    Composer: Rob Mcvey
    Composer: Silvert Høyem

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Dont Go

    4:21

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    Don't Go · Marianne Faithfull

    Negative Capability

    ℗ 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France) SARL

    Mixing Engineer: Howard Bullivant
    Composer: Ed Harcourt
    Writer: Marianne Faithfull

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Broken English 1979

    4:17

    Marianne Faithfull - Broken English 1979

    Could have come through anytime,
    Cold lonely, puritan
    What are you fighting for ?
    It's not my security.
    It's just an old war,
    Not even a cold war,
    Don't say it in Russian,
    Don't say it in German.
    Say it in broken English,
    Say it in broken English.

    Lose your father, your husband,
    Your mother, your children.
    What are you dying for ?
    It's not my reality.
    It's just an old war,
    Not even a cold war,
    Don't say it in Russian,
    Don't say it in German.
    Say it in broken English,
    Say it in broken English.

    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting for ?

    Could have come through anytime,
    Cold lonely, puritan.
    What are you fighting for ?
    It's not my security.
    It's just an old war,
    Not even a cold war,
    Don't say it in Russian,
    Don't say it in German.
    Say it in broken English,
    Say it in broken English.
    Say it in broken English,
    Say it in broken English.

    What are you fighting for ?
    What are you fighting

  • Witches Song

    4:58

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    Witches Song · Marianne Faithfull

    Negative Capability

    ℗ 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France) SARL

    Mixing Engineer: Howard Bullivant
    Composer: Barry Reynolds
    Composer: Joe Mavety
    Writer: Marianne Faithfull
    Composer: Stephen York
    Composer: Terence Stannard

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Greensleeves

    2:45

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Greensleeves · Marianne Faithfull

    Marianne Faithfull 1964

    ℗ 2014 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1964-01-01

    Associated Performer, Co- Arranger: Andrew Oldham
    Composer Lyricist: Traditional

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Marianne Faithfull - As Tears Go By

    3:57

    Marianne Faithfull's 'As Tears Go By' from 1987 album 'Strange Weather'.

  • Marianne Faithfull Interview 1968

    4:34

    ....Marianne Faithfull Interview 1968....

  • Marianne Faithfull - Come And Stay With Me

    2:18

    Few stars of the '60s have reinvented themselves as successfully as Marianne Faithfull. Coaxed into a singing career by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham in 1964, she had a big hit in both Britain and the U.S. with her debut single, the Jagger/Richards composition As Tears Go By (which prefaced the Stones' own version by a full year). Considerably more successful in her native land than the States, she had a series of hits in the mid-'60s that set her high, fragile voice against delicate orchestral pop arrangements: Summer Night, This Little Bird, and Jackie De Shannon's Come and Stay with Me. Not a songwriter at the outset of her career, she owes more of her fame as a '60s icon to her extraordinary beauty and her long-running romance with Mick Jagger, although she offered a taste of things to come with her compelling 1969 single Sister Morphine, which she co-wrote (and which the Stones released themselves on Sticky Fingers later).

    In the '70s, Faithfull split up with Jagger, developed a serious drug habit, and recorded rarely, with generally dismal results. This occurred until late 1979, when she pulled off an astonishing comeback with Broken English. Displaying a croaking, cutting voice that had lowered a good octave since the mid-'60s, Faithfull had also begun to write much of her own material, and addressed sex and despair with wrenching realism. After allowing herself to be framed as a demure chanteuse by songwriters and arrangers throughout most of her career, Faithfull had found her own voice, and suddenly sounded more relevant and contemporary than most of the stars she had rubbed shoulders with in the '60s. Faithfull's recordings in the '80s and '90s were sporadic and erratic, but generally quite interesting; Strange Weather, a Hal Willner-produced 1987 collection of standards and contemporary compositions that spanned several decades for its sources, was her greatest triumph of the decade. In 1994, she published her self-titled autobiography; the biography -As Tears Go By by Mark Hodkinson is an objective and thorough account of her life and times.

    Faithfull returned to recording in 2002 with Kissin' Time, an eclectic collection of songwriting collaborations with Beck, Damon Albarn, Billy Corgan, Jon Brion, and Jarvis Cocker among others. In 2004, Before the Poison was released in the U.K., making its entrance into the U.S. market in early 2005. This album continued in the vein of its predecessor, with songwriting and production contributions from PJ Harvey, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Brion, and Albarn, but with far more consistent results. Faithfull and Willner released Easy Come Easy Go in 2008, an all new collection of typically eclectic covers from the likes of Morrissey, the Decemberists, Billie Holiday, Black Rebel Motorcycle, and Dolly Parton. ~ Richie Unterberger & Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

    PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK:

  • marianne faithfull - the ballad of lucy jordan - stereo edit

    4:24

    Edit for headphones. More bass, wider sound.
    The Ballad of Lucy Jordan is a song by American poet and songwriter Shel Silverstein. Taken from Marianne Faithfull's 1979 album Broken English, this song was released as a single in November 1979. It reached #2 in Austria, #4 in South Africa, #5 in Switzerland and Germany, #7 in Belgium, #17 in France, #18 in Australia, #20 in New Zealand and #48 in the UK.

    The performance is of a French tv show.
    This song must have been very difficult for her to mime: no microphone to hide her lips, long intimate close ups and two hundred sixty three words to sing...
    I made synchronisation better (no more glitches by Marianne), I made a better intro (cut out the French crap) and I ended the video better: a slow fade out with Marianne's languorous glances...

    THE BALLAD OF LUCY JORDAN *
    (Shel Silverstein)

    The morning sun touched lightly on
    the eyes of Lucy Jordan
    In a white suburban bedroom
    in a white suburban town

    And she lay there neath the covers
    dreaming of a thousand lovers
    til the world turned to orange
    and the room went spinning round

    At the age of 37
    she realized she'd never ride
    through Paris in a sports car
    with the warm wind in her hair
    So she let the phone keep ringing
    as she sat there softly singing
    little nursery rhymes she'd memorized
    in her Daddy's easy chair

    Her husband he's off to work
    and the kids are off to school
    and there were oh so many ways
    for her to spend the day

    She could clean the house for hours
    or rearrange the flowers
    or run naked through the shady street
    screaming all the way

    At the age of 37
    she realized she'd never ride
    through Paris in a sports car
    with the warm wind in her hair
    So she let the phone keep ringing
    as she sat there softly singing
    pretty nursery rhymes she'd memorized
    in her Daddy's easy chair

    The evening sun touched gently on
    the eyes of Lucy Jordan
    on the rooftop where she climbed
    when all the laughter grew too loud

    And she bowed and curtsied to the man
    who reached and offered her his hand
    and he led her down to the long white car
    that waited past the crowd

    At the age of 37
    she knew she'd found forever
    as she rode along through Paris
    with the warm wind in her hair

    ®© UMG

    (All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote
    awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

    *
    summary of this song by Sharon:
    It is about a 30ish year old woman who realizes that she has reached that point in her life where her dreams will never come true. She has a very boring life that is driving her crazy. The main theme is that she finally becomes detached from reality. She goes out on the roof, where many people see her, and the psychiatric attendants come to take her to a mental institution. In other words, complete nervous breakdown and the death of her cherished dream. It is as the Rolling Stones sang: Lose your dreams and you will lose your mind.
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  • Marianne Faithfull - As Tears Go By

    3:32

    From Melody Electric Café, Stockholm, 1990

  • In My Own Particular Way

    4:22

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    In My Own Particular Way · Marianne Faithfull

    Negative Capability

    ℗ 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France) SARL

    Mixing Engineer: Howard Bullivant
    Composer: Ed Harcourt
    Writer: Marianne Faithfull
    Composer: Rob Mcvey
    Composer: Warren Ellis

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Marianne Faithfull - What Have They Done To The Rain - YouTube

    2:52

    I downloaded this full clip of What have they done to the rain about six months ago. It seems to have disappeared from youtube so i thought i might reup it.

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  • Marianne Faithfull - Working Class Hero

    6:01

    A lot of people have covered Lennon's great song; but this is the best cover AFAIK, and far better than her studio version.

    From the sadly-departed NYC soundstage show Sessions at West 54th, and first aired on late at night on American PBS stations (with naughty word and all) early in 2000. Video found via ed2k and probably off of her DVD Dreaming my Dreams.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Dreaming my dreams

    1:1:19

    French subtitles

  • Marianne Faithfull - Jazz Open Stuttgart Full Concert

    1:14:16

    Marianne Faithfull performs (alongside Rory McFarlane, Leo Abrahams, Martyn Barker, Roger Eno, Kate St. John, Jack Pinter, and David Coulter) at the Jazz Open Stuttgart Festival on the 22nd of July, 2009.

    1. Times Square [0:09]
    2. Down From Dover [4:27]
    3. The Crane Wife 3 [8:59]
    4. Solitude [13:33]
    5. Hold On Hold On [18:26]
    6. Broken English [21:17]
    7. Mack The Knife/In Germany Before The War [29:13]
    8. Crazy Love [35:05]
    9. Kimbie [39:38]
    10. Salvation [45:19]
    11. The Ballad of Lucy Jordan [50:58]
    12. Sister Morphine [56:45]
    13. As Tears Go By [1:03:13]
    14. Why D’Ya Do It? [1:06:54]

  • Marianne Faithfull - Crazy Love

    4:11

    Marianne Faithfull - Crazy Love

  • Marianne Faithfull - Rockpalast Full Concert

    44:24

    Marianne Faithfull performs (alongside Barry Reynolds, Daniel Mintseris, Fernando Saunders, and Courtney Williams) and is interviewed for the German television program “Rockpalast” in 2005.

    1. Guilt [0:00]
    2. Incarceration of a Flower Child [5:35]
    3. The Ballad of Lucy Jordan [13:25]
    4. The Mystery of Love [18:09]
    5. As Tears Go By [23:53]
    6. Sister Morphine [27:56]
    7. Crazy Love [33:53]
    8. Broken English [38:56]

  • Marianne Faithfull - Yesterday

    2:28

    Yesterday as beautifully sung by Marianne Faithfull in 1965.

  • Jane Birkin & Marianne Faithfull - In Every Dream Home A Heartache

    3:36

    From Jane Birkin's 2005 DVD 'Rendez-Vous Avec Jane'.
    Written by Bryan Ferry.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Queens of British Pop

    12:17

    A brief 2009 BBC documentary on the life and career of Marianne Faithfull as narrated by Liza Tarbuck.

  • Close Up - Marianne Faithfull 2/5

    9:46

    BBC 4 Documentary (1999)

  • Marianne Faithfull interviewed by Nick Cave, La Frette Studio

    18:07

    Marianne Faithfull interviewed by Nick Cave at La Frette Studio in Paris

    Marianne's new album 'Negative Capability' is out now. Buy here:

    During the recording of Marianne Faithfull’s new album Negative Capability (out now on BMG), Nick Cave talked with Marianne Faithfull about the new record and her life in music. Their conversation is interspersed with footage from the residential LA Frette Studio in Paris captured during the recording sessions.

    Directed by Naiché Caudron, this 18 minute video provides a unique insight into the writing and recording of ‘Negative Capability’ including the inspiration for the songs and the recording process, the personalities that came together to create this extraordinary record and the friendships between Marianne and her collaborators Warren Ellis, Rob Ellis, Nick Cave, Ed Harcourt, Rob McVey and Mark Lanegan.

  • As Tears Go By - Marianne Faithfull

    3:09

  • Marianne Faithfull - The Gypsy Faerie Queen feat. Nick Cave

    3:44

    Pre-order the new album ‘Negative Capability’ – out November 2:


    Listen now ‘The Gypsy Faerie Queen feat. Nick Cave’:

    Directed by John Maybury
    Produced by Prettybird LTD

    The video is produced by Prettybird (Bjork, Beyonce, Rihanna) and directed by the Grammy nominated English filmmaker John Maybury (‘Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon’, Sinead O’Connor : ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’). Inspired by Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ ‘The Gypsy Faerie Queen’ was co-written with Nick Cave and features his vocals and piano playing. “It’s a little miracle,” says Marianne. “It’s just gorgeous….I think it’s one of the loveliest songs we’ve ever written together. It was so great working with Nick again.”

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    Lyrics

    I’m known by many different names,
    My good friend Will calls me Puck and Robin Goodfellow,
    I follow the Gypsy Faerie Queen
    And I follow the Gypsy Faerie Queen

    She walks the length and breadth of England,
    Singing her song, using her wand,
    To help and heal the land and the creatures on it,
    She’s dressed in rags of moleskin
    and wears a crown of Rowan berries on her brow…

    And I follow, follow, follow,
    The Gypsy Faerie Queen,
    We exist, exist, exist, exist,
    in the twilight in-between.

    She bears a blackthorn staff
    To help her in her walking,
    I only listen to her sing,
    But I never hear her talking anymore,
    Though once she did,
    Though once she did…

    And I follow, follow, follow
    My Gypsy Faerie Queen,
    We exist, exist, exist,
    in the twilight in-between,

    And I follow, follow, follow,
    My Gypsy Faerie Queen,
    We exist, exist, exist,
    in the country in-between,
    Me and my Gypsy Queen.

    Written by Marianne Faithfull / Nick Cave
    Publishers: BMG / Kobalt Music Publishing

    (C) & (P) 2018 Panta Rei under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (France)

  • Marianne Faithfull - Sister Morphine

    10:10

    Marianne Faithfull's 'Sister Morphine' from 1989 live album 'Blazing Away'.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Born To Live

    3:45

    Extract from the new album ‘Negative Capability’


    Directed by: John Maybury
    Thanks to Marlon Richards for the usage of his archives of Anita’s home movies

    I wrote this song soon after Anita’s passing. I was still in shock at that loss and I still can’t quite get over the pain of her absence after such a long and unique 54 year friendship.
    We lived through Rock 'N’ Roll History, the chaos of our love lives, and we always remained available to each other. I wanted to pay tribute to our exceptional friendship by using footage from our personal archives, memories of a trip we took at the end of the '60s n South America.
    I was always in awe of the way Anita lived her life, and now, of the way she left it.
    The truth is, you have to accept it, to let go, to go with the flow, and be fortunate enough to be loved and surrounded by the ones you love.
    That’s how it went for Anita.
    Death can be peaceful, beautiful and filled with grace.
    There’s nothing to be all that afraid of.
    Let it go.

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    Author: Marianne Faithfull
    Composer: Ed Hartcourt

  • MARIANNE FAITHFULL - LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD - 2005 - DVD - EAGLE VISION

    2:23:23

    Marianne Faithfull - Live In Hollywood - 2005 - DVD - Eagle Vision - EV426238 - ERDVCD027 - 3298494262388

    Marianne Faithfull - Live In Hollywood - 2011 - DVD Reissue - Eagle Vision / EV Classics - EVDVD109 - 5036369810993

    Henry Fonda Theatre, Los Angles, CA, US - Spring 2005

    1 Trouble In Mind
    2 Falling From Grace
    3 Mystery Of Love
    4 Ballad Of Lucy Jordan
    5 She
    6 No Child Of Mine
    7 Last Song
    8 Kissin' Time
    9 Times Square
    10 Working Class Hero
    11 Incarceration Of A Flower Child
    12 Strange Weather
    13 Guilt
    14 As Tears Go By
    15 Sister Morphine
    16 Crazy Love
    17 Broken English
    18 Why D'ya Do It

    Bonus Material

    19 Interview
    20 There Is A Ghost - Video Portrait

  • The Ballad of Lucy Jordan - Marianne Faithfull

    4:20

    Such a GREAT song...

  • Marianne Faithful - Broken English

    9:04

    For more info -


    Marianne Faithfull, one of the iconic figures of sixties music, has sustained a successful and highly acclaimed career for 40 years. Her distinctive voice and passionate songwriting have ensured that her fanbase has remained intensely loyal and that she has continued to attract new devotees. This concert was filmed in Hollywood in spring 2005. It features tracks from her 2004 album Before The Poison, along with hits such as Ballad Of Lucy Jordan and As Tears Go By and classic tracks like Sister Morphine and Broken English.


    Tracklisting:

    1) Trouble In Mind 2) Falling From Grace 3) Mystery Of Love 4) Ballad Of Lucy Jordan 5) She 6) No Child Of Mine 7) Last Song 8) Kissin' Time 9) Times Square 10) Working Class Hero 11) Incarceration Of A Flower Child 12) Strange Weather 13) Guilt 14) As Tears Go By 15) Sister Morphine 16) Crazy Love 17) Broken English 18) Why D'ya Do it


    Bonus Features:


    30 minute interview with Marianne Faithfull.
    There Is A Ghost video portrait.

  • Marianne Faithful - As Tears Go By

    2:37

    The song: As Tears Go By is a song written by The Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, guitarist Keith Richards, and their manager Andrew Loog Oldham, and was a popular hit for both British singer Marianne Faithfull in 1964 and The Rolling Stones in 1965.

    As Tears Go By was one of the first original compositions by Jagger and Richards, as until that point The Rolling Stones had chiefly been performing blues standards. The myth surrounding the song's genesis has it that Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham locked Jagger and Richards in a kitchen forcing them to write a song together, even suggesting what type of song he wanted: I want a song with brick walls all around it, high windows and no sex. The result was initially named As Time Goes By, the title of the song Dooley Wilson sings in the film Casablanca. It was Oldham who changed Time for Tears. Oldham subsequently gave the ballad (a format that the Stones were not yet known for) to Faithfull, then 17, for her to record as a B-side. The success of the recording caused the record company, Decca, to switch the song to an A-side, where it became a very popular single. The demo had Mick Jagger singing and Big Jim Sullivan playing guitar. It reached # 9 in the British charts and launched Faithfull's career as a major singer. The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 in America the week ending November 28, 1964, where it stayed for nine weeks peaking at # 22. Faithfull also performed the song on the television show Hullabaloo, in the segment presented by Beatles manager Brian Epstein from London.

    The Singer: Marianne Evelyn Faithfull (born 29 December 1946) is an English singer, songwriter and actress whose career has spanned five decades.

    Faithfull was born in Hampstead, London. Her father, Major Robert Glynn Faithfull, was a British military officer and professor of psychology.

    Faithfull began her singing career in 1964, landing her first gigs as a folk music performer in coffeehouses. She soon began taking part in London's exploding social scene. In early 1964 she attended a Rolling Stones launch party with John Dunbar and met Andrew Loog Oldham, who discovered her. Her first major release, As Tears Go By, was written by Jagger/Richards and Oldham, and became a chart success.

  • Marianne Faithfull - So sad

    4:31

    1981 Dangerous Acquaintances album

    Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    Looking out at the rain
    Looking in through the storm.
    Treading the waves,
    Come in from harm.
    How could you regret your other words ...
    Hoping for thrills — free as a bird ...

    Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    There's a knock at the door,
    I get up — let you in.
    Travelled and stained,
    Soaked to the skin.
    Welcome my darling, you got here at last ...
    Come and sit by the fire — forget what's past.

    So sad, so sad,
    So sad, so sad.

    Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    Looking out at the rain
    Looking in through the storm.
    Looking back, looking forward,
    Flying up, flying down —
    What have you found ?

    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Bored By Dreams

    3:14

    Marianne Evelyn Gabriel Faithfull (born 29 December 1946) is an English singer, songwriter and actress. She achieved popularity in the 1960s with the release of her hit single As Tears Go By and became one of the lead female artists during the British Invasion in the United States.

    Lyrics :

    Things are never what they seem
    Play a part most of the time.
    What is yours cannot be mine
    And I'm bored by dreams.

    Bored by dreams.

    I can't say the words I mean
    Make myself go through the line.
    Does the payment fit the crime
    If I'm bored by dreams ?

    Take me through the steps my love,
    Shall we dance again ?
    I was older then,
    Now we are the same.

    Lasse des rves.

    Rve qui brille dans le noir
    Brillera bien, tu peux le croire.
    Toujours dire la vrit
    Quand je suis lasse des rves.

    Take me through the steps, my love,
    Shall we dance again ?
    Things were always brighter then,
    Hear me call your name.

    After a certain age
    Every artist
    Works with injury.

    After a certain age
    Every artist
    Works with injury.

    Take me through the steps my love,
    Shall we dance again ?
    I was always older then,
    Now we are the same.

  • 8/3/2011 The Works :Interview Marianne Faithfull

    7:24

    When the Rolling Stones started performing, they mostly sang classic Blues songs. In the early sixties, singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards began writing their own. One of the first was As Tears Go By. It was made a hit by Mick Jagger's soon-to-be girlfriend: Marianne Faithfull. This week she was in town to perform at the arts festival, and gave The Works an exclusive TV interview..

  • Marianne Faithfull Interview 1978

    4:20

    Marianne Faithfull Interview 1978

  • Close Up - Marianne Faithfull 1/5

    9:46

    BBC4 Documentary (1999)

  • Marianne Faithfull - Danny Boy

    4:38

    Marianne Faithfull performs Frederick Weatherly's Danny Boy in 1995.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Falling Back

    3:56

    MARIANNE FAITHFULL
    Falling Back
    Extrait de l'album live No Exit

    Commander l'album :


    Liens :


  • Marianne Faithfull - Live at L’Olympia, 1966

    6:54

    Marianne Faithfull - Live at L’Olympia, Paris 1966 (Come and Stay With Me, Plaisir D’Amour, As Tears Go By) [Full Set]


    Marianne Faithfull performs “Come and Stay With Me”, “Plaisir D’Amour”, and “As Tears Go By” from her debut self-titled album live at L’Olympia, Paris in 1966 with guitarist Jon Mark at the Hugues Aufray concert alongside further supporting acts Nino Ferrer, Colette Chevrot, and Pascal Danel.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Falling Back - Later... with Jools Holland - BBC Two

    3:56

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  • Marianne Faithfull - Hold On, Hold On

    2:59

    Easy Come Easy Go 2008.
    A cover of the Neko Case song.

  • Marianne Faithfull - So sad

    4:31

    - - Marianne Faithfull - So sad - Η Μαριάν Φέιθφουλ (Marianne Evelyn Gabriel Faithfull, 29 Δεκεμβρίου 1946) είναι Αγγλίδα τραγουδίστρια, τραγουδοποιός και ηθοποιός. - Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    Looking out at the rain
    Looking in through the storm.
    Treading the waves,
    Come in from harm.
    How could you regret your other words ...
    Hoping for thrills — free as a bird ...

    Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    There's a knock at the door,
    I get up — let you in.
    Travelled and stained,
    Soaked to the skin.
    Welcome my darling, you got here at last ...
    Come and sit by the fire — forget what's past.

    So sad, so sad,
    So sad, so sad.

    Strum me hard, strum me fast,
    Fears sure built into every wall.
    Looking hard through the glass,
    Fears sure built in with every waltz.

    Looking out at the rain
    Looking in through the storm.
    Looking back, looking forward,
    Flying up, flying down —
    What have you found ?

    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad
    What have you found ?
    So sad, so sad.

  • Marianne Faithfull - Dreaming My Dreams

    3:13

    A 1975 television performance from the UK. Nice song I thought and couldn't see this version elsewhere on YouTube.

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