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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of T.V. Themes / Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures on Discogs.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of T.V. Themes / Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures on Discogs/5(2).
  • Bobby Vees clean voice with the polished sound of the ventures provides a well produced albums of rockers and ballads. Of note are Pretty Girls Everywhere, Linda Lou, and Candyman. The TV theme portion of the album is ok, but the half with Bobby Vee musically shines!!4/5(2).
  • May 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures - Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures at Discogs. Complete your Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures collection/5(54).
  • Bobby Vee does a rocking vocal that would do Roy proud. "This Is Where Friendship Ends" - This song was written by Tom Leslie and Bobby Vee. Some of the melody is reminiscent of "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean." The Ventures rock out in support of Bobby Vee's vocals. "Honeycomb" - This was a hit song for Jimmie Rodgers, which Bobby Vee handles well.5/5(3).
  • The Ventures rock out in support of Bobby Vee's vocals. "Honeycomb" - This was a hit song for Jimmie Rodgers, which Bobby Vee handles well. "Pretty Girls Everywhere" - This rocking song, with a strong lead vocal by Bobby Vee, sounds like it came from an Elvis Presley movie.5/5(3).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Indianapolis Press Vinyl release of Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures on Discogs.
  • For some bizarre reason, One Way decided to pair the Ventures ' album TV Themes with the Bobby Vee Meets the Ventures on a single disc. Although the Ventures ' style never changed over the years, the difference in recording quality -- not to mention the presence of Bobby Vee -- makes the juxtaposition jarring.6/
  • Having jumped headfirst into pop music with The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, Bobby Vee and producer Snuff Garrett did a complete for their next album, teaming the singer with the renowned instrumental quartet the Ventures for one of his hardest-rocking albums ever. From the cranked-up version of "Goodnight Irene" that opens the record through a killer rendition of "Candy Man," this is one.