Chris Farlowe

The Last Goodbye

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This was an appropriately titled album, coming out near the tail-end of Immediate's existence and the end of the first phase of Chris Farlowe's career. And, like the preceding Paint It Farlowe, it recycled earlier recordings, this time more soul sides from the first two LPs, the accompanying EPs, and singles, reaching all the way back to early 1966 and his covers of "In the Midnight Hour" and "Mr. Pitiful," and encompassing jewels such as the single "Handbags and Gladrags."

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