Marianne Faithfull (album)

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Marianne Faithfull
Studio album by Marianne Faithfull
Released 15 April 1965[1]
Recorded Lansdowne Studios, London and Decca No. 2 Studio, London
Genre Folk Rock
Label Decca
Producer Tony Calder
Marianne Faithfull chronology
Come My Way
Marianne Faithfull
Go Away from My World

Marianne Faithfull is the eponymous second studio album by Marianne Faithfull. It was released the same day as her first album Come My Way and focuses entirely on pop covers. The front cover photography is by David Bailey and the back by Gered Mankowitz. The arrangements were by David Whittaker and Jon Mark with Mike Leander directing the arrangements. The engineer at Decca Studios was Peter Hitchcock and Gus Dudgeon at Lansdowne Studios, Holland Park.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Come and Stay With Me" (Jackie DeShannon)
  2. "If I Never Get to Love You" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)
  3. "Time Takes Time" (Barry Fantoni, Marianne Faithfull)
  4. "He'll Come Back to Me" (Claude-Henri Vic, Mike Leander, Robert Gall)
  5. "Down Town" (Tony Hatch)
  6. "Plaisir d'amour" (David Whittaker)
  7. "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat" (John Carter, Ken Lewis)
  8. "As Tears Go By" (Andrew Loog Oldham, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)
  9. "Paris Bells" (Jon Birchell)
  10. "They Never Will Leave You" (André Popp, Jean-Jacques Debout)
  11. "What Have They Done to the Rain" (Malvina Reynolds)
  12. "In My Time of Sorrow" (Jackie DeShannon, Jimmy Page)
  13. "What Have I Done Wrong" (Michael Farr)
  14. "I'm a Loser" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)

Bonus Tracks from the Japanese compact disc re-issue:[2]

  1. "Morning Sun" (Mike Leander)
  2. "Greensleeves" (Traditional)
  3. "House of the Rising Sun" (Version 1)
  4. "The Sha La La Song" (Michael Farr)
  5. "Oh Look Around You" (Marianne Faithfull)
  6. "I'd Like to Dial Your Number" (Marianne Faithfull)


Chart (1965) Peak
UK Albums Chart 15
US Billboard Top LPs 12