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Title: Ferry 'Cross The Mersey
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Ferry Cross the Mersey" (sometimes written Ferry 'Cross the Mersey) is a song written by Gerry Marsden. It was first recorded by his band Gerry and the Pacemakers and released in late 1964 in the UK and in 1965 in the United States. It was a hit on both sides of the Atlantic, reaching number six in the United States and number eight in the UK. The song is from the film of the same name and was released on its soundtrack album
It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of such covers qualifies as fair use. Timeline See what happened in 1989. Ferry Cross The Mersey. Written by Gerry Marsden.
Ferry Cross the Mersey (album). Ferry Cross the Mersey is the soundtrack for the film of the same title. It features music by Gerry & The Pacemakers, The Fourmost, Cilla Black and the George Martin Orchestra. It was released in 1965 on the Columbia label (Great Britain). It contained the singles "It's Gonna Be Alright" (previously released August 1964) and "Ferry Cross the Mersey" (released December 1964 as a teaser for the film).
Ferry Cross The Mersey. 13. It's Gonna Be All Right. 5099969444623, 694 4462. EMI, EMI. Gerry And The Pacemakers With Cilla Black And The Fourmost - Ferry Cross The Mersey (CD, Album, Mono, RM, Dig). 7243 8 56567 2 9, dorig 114.
Album: Ferry Cross The Mersey (1964). Charted: 8 6. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In 1965, Gerry & the Pacemakers starred in a film called Ferry Cross The Mersey, which was based on this song. Two months later on February 19th, 1965 its . Two songs from the movie made Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; the title song peaked at and spent 11 weeks on the Top 100, while "It's Gonna Be Alright" reached and stayed on the Top 100 for 8 weeks.
Ferry Cross the Mersey" was modestly ambitious, for Merseybeat anyway, in lyrics that didn't detail the usual lightweight young romantic themes, but painted, if only in basic terms, life in the Merseyside and the singer's attachment to it. And since it was written and sung by a genuine Liverpudlian, Gerry Marsden, it wasn't just a contrivance; Marsden's sincere love for his hometown came across in his measured yet melodramatic delivery. Marsden's pledges to stay in the land he loved might have had some real resonance with Merseysiders, who even in mid-1964 had already seen the most famous Merseyside rock band, the Beatles, leave Liverpool for good. Ferry Cross the Mersey" has delicate, soundtrack-like strings and flute, produced by Beatles producer George Martin, before the Beatles had used strings on any of their records.
2014 original album series 5 CD set, in LP replica papersleeves. Collects five classic UK Mersey beat albums: Gerry & the Pacemakers’ How Do You Like It? (1963) & Ferry Cross the Mersey (1965), plus the Swinging Blue Jeans’ Blue Jeans A’Swinging (1964), Billy J Kramer with the Dakotas’ Listen. and the Fourmost The First & the Fourmost (1965). Additional Info:, Released Date: June 10, 2014. Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Like It (1963). Gerry And The Pacemakers – How Do You Like It (1963) EAC Rip FLAC Image + Cue + Log Full Scans Included
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|A||–The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock Aitken Waterman*||Ferry 'Cross The Mersey
Engineer – Karen HewittMixed By – Mixmaster Pete Hammond*Producer – Stock Aitken Waterman*Written-By – Gerry Marsden
|B||–The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Choir||Abide With Me
Arranged By – David V Willcocks*Conductor [Master Of Music] – Philip DuffyOrgan – Terence DuffyVocals [Sung By] – The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral ChoirWritten-By – Henry Lyte, WH Monk*
- Recorded At – Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PWL Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – PWL Records Ltd.
- Distributed By – Pinnacle
- Published By – Dick James Music
- Published By – PolyGram
- Published By – Oxford University Press
- Pressed By – SNA
Money raised by the sales of this record will be donated to The Hillsborough Disaster Fund
Side B: Liverpool & Everton football teams and representatives were in the congregation.
Taken from the six o;clock evening mass at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral on Sunday 16th April 1989.
This recording appears courtesy of Granada Television.
℗ 1989 PWL Records Limited
© 1989 PWL Records Limited
Made in England.
Original sound recording © 1989 PWL Records Ltd.
℗ 1989 PWL Records Ltd.
David V Willcocks only credited on labels.
Side A, DJM/Polygram
Side B, Oxford University Press
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 5 016919 241378
- Barcode (Scanned): 5016919241378
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): PWL 41 A-1U-1-Q2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): PWL 41 B-1U-1-Q2
|PWL 41||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden, Stock Aitken Waterman*||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden, Stock Aitken Waterman* - Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (7", Single, Pap)||PWL Records||PWL 41||UK||1989|
|246 855-7||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock Aitken Waterman*||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock Aitken Waterman* - Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (7", Single)||PWL Empire||246 855-7||Germany||1989|
|PWL 41||Various||Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (7")||PWL Records||PWL 41||UK||1989|
|FCMX 89||Various||Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (12")||PWL Records||FCMX 89||Germany||1989|
|PWL 41||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock Aitken Waterman*||The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock Aitken Waterman* - Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (7", Single)||Sanni Records, PWL Records||PWL 41||Spain||1989|