The Ivy League were an English trio, created in 1964, who enjoyed two Top 10 hit singles in the UK Singles Chart in 1965. The group's sound was characterised by rich, three-part vocal harmonies. The Ivy League was formed by three session singers with an extensive vocal range, John Carter, Ken Lewis (both previous members of Carter-Lewis and the Southerners) plus Perry Ford. They were first heard doing background vocals for The Who on their hit single "I Can't Explain" in November 1964 but after that the Who's producers entrusted John Entwistle and Pete Townshend with the backing vocals. The original members released just one album, 1965's This is the Ivy League – panned in the music press as disappointing, with its excessively wide spread of musical styles and material. This is a German release from 1980 with 14 bonus tracks.
01 - Almost Grown 02 - That's Why I'm Cryin' 03 - Floral Dance 04 - What More Do You Want 05 - Lulu's Back In Town 06 - We're Having A Party 07 - Don't Worry Baby 08 - Make Love 09 - Don't Think Twice It's Alright 10 - Funny How Love Can Be 11 - My Old Dutch 12 - Dance To The Locomotion
13 - Tossing And Turning 14 - A Girl Like You 15 - Tomorrow Is Another Day 16 - One Day 17 - Rain Rain Go Away 18 - Arrividerci Baby 19 - Wait A Minute 20 - I Could Make You Fall In Love 21 - In The Not Too Distant Future 22 - When You're Young 23 - The Holly And The Ivy League 24 - Once In Royal David's City 25 - Good King Wenceslas 26 - Silent Night