Marianne Faithfull Self-Titled LP (1965)
Marianne Faithfull Self-Titled LP (1965)
Marianne Faithfull Self-Titled LP (1965)
London Records

Marianne Faithfull Self-Titled LP (1965)

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Details: Marianne Faithfull’s 1965 Allentown press of self-titled, “Marianne Faithfull,” (1965) released on London Records. Cover has shelf-wear, and light water damage on sleeve (see images). The record media is minty and VG++/NM (conservatively graded).

Description: "Faithfull began her singing career in 1964, landing her first gigs as a folk music performer in coffeehouses. She soon began taking part in London's exploding social scene. In early 1964 she attended a Rolling Stones launch party with artist John Dunbar and met Andrew Loog Oldham, who discovered her. Her first major release, "As Tears Go By", was written and composed by Jagger, Keith Richards, and Oldham, and became a chart success. (The Rolling Stones recorded their own version one year later, which also became successful.) She then released a series of successful singles, including "This Little Bird", "Summer Nights", and "Come and Stay With Me". Faithfull married John Dunbar on 6 May 1965 in Cambridge with Peter Asher as the best man. The couple lived in a flat at 29 Lennox Gardens in Belgravia just off Knightsbridge, London SW1. On 10 November 1965, she gave birth to their son, Nicholas. She left her husband shortly after to live with Mick Jagger."

Grade: VG (Cover) / VG+ (Record)


A1. This Little Bird (John D. Loudermilk)
A2. I'm A Loser* (Lennon/McCartney)
A3. What Have They Done To The Rain* (Malvina Reynolds)
A4. In My Time Of Sorrow (Jackie DeShannon/Jimmy Page)
A5. What Have I Done Wrong (Michael Farr)
A6. Come And Stay With Me  (Jackie DeShannon)


B1. As Tears Go By (Oldham/Jagger/Richards)
B2. If I Never Get To Love You (Burt Bacharach and David)
B3. Time Takes Time (Fantoni/Faithful)
B4. He'll Come Back To Me (Claude-Henri Vic/Farr/Robert Gall)
B5. Paris Bells* (Jon Burchell)
B6. Plaisir D'Amour* (David Whitaker)