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Album Review

Marianne Faithfull: Come And Stay With Me: The UK 45's 1964-1969

Read "Come And Stay With Me: The UK 45's 1964-1969" reviewed by Doug Collette

If Come And Stay With Me proves anything, it is that Marianne Faithfull was hardly the mere waif she appeared to be during her initial rise to fame. This collection of her earliest work, comprised of the A and B-sides of UK Decca singles plus the Go Away From My World EP, suggest a resilience borne out by the longevity of a career still in progress (her latest album, Negative Capability (Panta Rei, 2018) came out last September).

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Performance / Tour

Marianne Faithfull at Royce Hall

Marianne Faithfull at Royce Hall

Source: Michael Ricci

The '60 survivor takes an emotional journey through her career, including her new album and the hit that started it all, Jagger-Richards' 'As Tears Go By.'

Marianne Faithfull has lived a life of reinterpretation. She began as a pretty young face with a sweet voice, scoring her first hit with the precocious Jagger-Richards ballad “As Tears Go By," a 1964 Brit-pop single that might have suggested a career as Kiki Dee or Petula Clark. But she had other ideas, and ...

Emma Swift


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