Charter A&M Corner Member
This album looks like it was released in Germany and other areas in Europe. (There's another album with a similar title and cover from Canada, too, apparently.)
The track list on the Europe/Germany edition is:
|–Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass||Gotta Lotta Livin' To Do|
|–Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66*||Constant Rain|
|–Claudine Longet||Hello Hello|
|–The Sandpipers||Strangers In The Night|
|–Baja Marimba Band||Born Free|
|–Baja Marimba Band||Heads Up!|
|–Chris Montez||Because Of You|
|–Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66*||Day Tripper|
|–The Sandpipers||Things We Said Today|
|–Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart*||I Should Be Going Home|
|–Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass||In A Little Spanish Town|
My question is about the very first track. In some listings on Discogs, the first track seems to have two parts, and Intro comprised of a portion of "A Taste Of Honey" and then "Gotta Lotta Livin' To Do."
I don't own this comp, but was inspired by the mysterious first track, so I took the opening of "A Taste Of Honey" and just where the kick drum would start, I appended the full "Gotta Lotta Livin' To Do". Surprisingly, this sort of works. To those who may own it, is that how it was done on this album?