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Gerry & The Pacemakers - Ferry Cross the Mersey - Best Of... - The 60s (CD, Album)

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  1. The Mersey Ferry runs along the Mersey river from Liverpool to the Wirral Peninsula in England. It still runs, but these days is mostly a tourist attraction. Written by lead singer Gerry Marsden, the song is a nostalgic look at the area where he is from. The music played by bands from the Liverpool.
  2. Gerry & The Pacemakers Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 5 ratings. Very Best of Gerry & The Pacemakers Gerry & The Pacemakers. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Ferry Cross the Mersey "Ferry Cross the Mersey" sounds like it was sampled at 64kbps. I got this via iTunes after hearing the samples on my iPod and after /5(5).
  3. Tracks 1 - 12 originally released on Ferry Cross The Mersey, Tracks 14 - 17 taken from The Very Best Of Gerry And The Pacemakers, Track 18 taken from The Way You Look Tonight / Girl On A Swing, Tracks 19 - 20 taken from The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine, /5(2).
  4. Ferry Cross the Mersey, an Album by Gerry and The Pacemakers. Released in February on Columbia (EMI) (catalog no. 33SX ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Merseybeat, Beat Music, Pop Rock.
  5. May 13,  · After Ferry Cross the Mersey, Gerry and the Pacemakers returned to the studio, apparently with an eye to making a third UK album. The British pop scene had by now changed significantly, with The Beatles' Rubber Soul having come out not terribly long after Ferry Cross The Mersey in , and the pop scene changed quite rapidly thereafter.
  6. The Gerry & the Pacemakers entry in Dutch label Disky's series of Best of the 60's albums is an track compilation containing most of the band's British and American hits of the mid-'60s, the only notable exception being their final American singles chart entry, the Top 40 hit "Girl on a Swing." The material ranges from Merseybeat favorites such as "How Do You Do It" and "It's Gonna Be Alright" to earnest .
  7. Ferry Cross the Mersey, well, any Gerry & the Pacemakers needs this album. Though the movie wasn't that big, the song was and the image remained so strong that today the ferries are tourist attractions that actually play the song. The band played themselves as "Gerry & the Pacemakers" but allegedly before the competition they are unknown/5(13).

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