The Art of Chris Farlowe

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The Art of Chris Farlowe
Studio album by Chris Farlowe
Released 25 November 1966 (LP)
25 January 1992 (CD)
Recorded October 1966 (Pye Studios, London)
Genre Rock
Length 45:46
Label Immediate 006
Producer Andrew Loog Oldham, Mick Jagger
Chris Farlowe chronology
14 Things to Think About
The Art of Chris Farlowe
The Last Goodbye
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Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

The Art of Chris Farlowe is the third 1966 album by British Singer Chris Farlowe, featuring his band, "The Thunderbirds", but only credited to him.

Andrew Loog Oldham produced the recordings session with Mick Jagger, who also wrote four songs for Farlowe, later covered by The Rolling Stones. In 1992 was reissued featuring 11 bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1

  1. "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted" (James Dean, Paul Riser, William Weatherspoon) -2:40
  2. "We're Doing Fine" (Horace Ott) -2:38
  3. "Life is But Nothing" (Andrew Rose, Dave Skinner) -4:06
  4. "Paint It, Black" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) -3:01
  5. "Cuttin' In" (Johnny Watson) -2:59
  6. "Open the Door to Your Heart" (Darrell Banks) -2:34
  7. "Out of Time" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)

Side 2

  1. "North South East West" (Chris Farlowe)
  2. "You're So Good For Me" (William Bell, Andrew Loog Oldham, Rose, Skinner) -2:15
  3. "It Was Easier to Hurt Her" (Jerry Ragovoy, Bert Russell) -3:45
  4. "I'm Free" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) -2:23
  5. "I've Been Loving You Too Long" (Jerry Butler, Otis Redding) -3:00
  6. "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" (Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) -3:15
  7. "Ride On, Baby" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) -2:55

Additional tracks on 1992 Re-Issue[edit]

  1. "Yesterday's Papers"
  2. "Moanin'"
  3. "What Have I Been Doing"
  4. "Handbags and Gladrags"
  5. "Everybody Makes A Mistake"
  6. "The Last Goodbye"
  7. "Paperman Fly In The Sky"
  8. "I Just Need Your Lovin'"
  9. "Dawn"
  10. "April Was The Month"
  11. "Moanin' (without sitar)"