Come My Way

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For the album by Christine Anu released in 2000, see Come My Way (Christine Anu album).
Come My Way
Studio album by Marianne Faithfull
Released 15 April 1965[1]
Recorded IBC Studios, London
Genre Folk Rock, Pop Rock
Label Decca
Producer Tony Calder
Marianne Faithfull chronology
- Come My Way
Marianne Faithfull

Come My Way is the first studio album by Marianne Faithfull.[2] Unlike her self-titled album released the same day, this album is focused entirely on folk music.[2]

The album was arranged by acoustic guitarist Jon Mark. Martin Haines was the engineer. The cover photography is by Gered Mankowitz and the design is by Chris O'Dell.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks traditional, arranged by Jon Mark; except where indicated

  1. "Come My Way"
  2. "Jabberwoc"
  3. "Portland Town"
  4. "House of the Rising Sun"
  5. "Spanish Is a Loving Tongue"
  6. "Fare Thee Well"
  7. "Lonesome Travelers" (Lee Hays)
  8. "Down in the Salley Garden"
  9. "Mary Ann"
  10. "Full Fathom Five"
  11. "Four Strong Winds" (Ian Tyson)
  12. "Black Girl" (also known as "In the Pines")
  13. "Once I Had a Sweetheart"
  14. "Bells of Freedom"

Bonus tracks, released on a CD reissue in the early 1990s:[2]

  1. "Blowin' in the Wind" (Bob Dylan)
  2. "Et Maintenant (What Now My Love)" (Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoë)
  3. "That's Right Baby" (Michael Farr)
  4. "Sister Morphine" (Marianne Faithfull, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)


Chart (1965) Peak
UK Albums Chart 12