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At Their Very Best

At Their Very Best
Compilation album by The Shadows
Recorded 1989
Genre Instrumental
Label Polygram[1]
Producer The Shadows
The Shadows chronology

Steppin' To The Shadows At Their Very Best Reflection

At Their Very Best is an album released by British pop group The Shadows released on 4 December 1989.[1] The tracks were recorded in 1989.

Musicians

  • Hank Marvin - Lead Guitar
  • Bruce Welch - Rhythm Guitar
  • Brian Bennett - Drums & Percussion
  • Cliff Hall - Keyboards
  • Mark Griffiths - Bass Guitar
  • Venue - Honeyhill Studios, Radlett.
  • Dick Plant - Engineer

Tracks (LP/TC)

Side One

1. Apache
2. Man Of Mystery (from 'The Edgar Wallace Mysteries')
3. Shindig
4. Wonderful Land
5. The Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt
6. Theme From The Deer Hunter (Cavatina)
7. The Boys (from 'The Boys')
8. The Frightened City (from 'The Frightened City')
9. Theme For Young Lovers (from 'Wonderful Life')
10. Dance On

Side Two

1. The Savage (from 'The Young Ones')
2. F.B.I.
3. Guitar Tango
4. Genie With The Light Brown Lamp
5. Atlantis
6. Foot Tapper (from 'Summer Holiday')
7. Don't Cry For Me Argentina (from 'Evita')
8. Kon-Tiki
9. Geronimo
10. The Stranger

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