One of the most significant chapters in the career
of the Sun Records legend Charlie Rich,
previously scattered over many different
compilations, is finally anthologised in one place.
Rich moved from Sun to RCA's Groove
subsidiary in 1963. While of obvious quality, the
Chet Atkins-produced material produced no Hot
100 action and Charlie moved on to Smash in
Among the 40 tracks are several songs that have
never been on CD anywhere, plus one beautiful,
previously unheard song from the vaults, 'One
Includes the classic single 'Big Boss Man', plus
three US Billboard Country #1s: 'There Won't Be
Anymore', 'I Don't See Me In Your Eyes Anymore'
and 'She Called Me Baby'.
Features several much-loved 60s club classics,
including the popcorn favourite 'Turn Around
And Face Me' and the slow groover 'Let Me Go
My Merry Way'.
The in-depth sleevenotes are by Bob Stanley,
author of acclaimed book Yeah Yeah Yeah: The
Story of Modern Pop and include a full