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Peter & Gordon - 1965 - I Go To Pieces

Peter and Gordon were a British Invasion-era duo and formed by Peter Asher and Gordon Waller, who achieved fame in 1964 with "A World Without Love", and had several subsequent hits in that era. Peter Asher's sister, actress Jane Asher, dated the Beatles' Paul McCartney, so Peter and Gordon recorded several songs that were solely written by McCartney but credited, as most compositions by either were at the time, to Lennon/McCartney. Those hits included "A World Without Love" (U.S. #1), "Nobody I Know", "I Don't Want To See You Again", and "Woman". "Woman" is credited to "Bernard Webb"; McCartney used this pseudonym to see if he could have a hit song without his name attached to it. The song reached number 14 in the US and number 28 on the British charts. Peter and Gordon also recorded the John Lennon-penned Lennon/McCartney song, "If I Fell." Other hits for the group included "I Go to Pieces" (U.S. #7), which was written by Del Shannon and given to the duo after the two acts toured together, and remakes of "True Love Ways" by Buddy Holly and "To Know Him Is To Love Him", by the Teddy Bears, retitled "To Know You Is To Love You." Peter and Gordon had their last hits in 1967, with "Lady Godiva" (US #6), "Knight In Rusty Armour" and "Sunday for Tea." I Go To Pieces from 1965, is the third release of the duo.

01 - I Go To Pieces
02 - Sleepless Nights
03 - Tears Don't Stop
04 - If You Wish
05 - All Shook Up
06 - Watcha Gonna Do About It
07 - Good Morning Blues
08 - Someone Ain't Right
09 - A Mess Of Blues
10 - I Don't Care What They Say

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