Come My Way

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Come My Way
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Studio album by
Released15 April 1965 (1965-04-15)
StudioIBC Studios, London
ProducerTony Calder
Marianne Faithfull chronology
Marianne Faithfull
Come My Way
Go Away from My World
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Come My Way is the second studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released simultaneously with her album Marianne Faithfull on 15 April 1965 by Decca Records. The double release was a result of different creative directions. While the record label pressed Faithfull to record a pop album, she wanted to record an album of folk songs. Even after the label suggested an album containing both genres, Faithfull decided to make two separate albums instead; Marianne Faithfull as the pop album and Come My Way as the folk album.[2]

The album was arranged by acoustic guitarist Jon Mark. Martin Haines was the engineer. The cover photography is by Gered Mankowitz and the design is by Chris O'Dell. It was taken in The Salisbury public house, Covent Garden, London.

Track listing[]

Come My Way
1."Come My Way"Jon Mark 
2."Jaberwoc"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
3."Portland Town"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
4."House of the Rising Sun"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
5."Spanish Is a Loving Tongue"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
6."Fare Thee Well"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
7."Lonesome Traveller"Lee Hays 
8."Down in the Salley Garden"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
9."Mary Ann"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
10."Full Fathom Five"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
11."Four Strong Winds"Ian Tyson 
12."Black Girl"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
13."Once I Had a Sweetheart"Trad. arr. Jon Mark 
14."Bells of Freedom"Trad. arr. Mark-Sullivan 
Come My Way – 1991 CD reissue (bonus tracks)
15."Blowin' in the Wind"Bob Dylan 
16."Et Maintenant (What Now My Love?)" 
17."That's Right Baby"Michael Farr 
18."Sister Morphine" 


Chart (1965) Peak
UK Albums (OCC)[3] 12


  1. ^ Unterberger, Richie. "Come My Way - Marianne Faithfull". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
  2. ^ Bret 2014, p. 26
  3. ^ "Marianne Faithfull | Artist | Official Charts". UK Albums Chart. Retrieved 15 April 2016.


  • Bret, David (2014). Brit Girls Of The Sixties Volume Two: Marianne Faithfull & Kathy Kirby. Lulu. ISBN 978-1291801408.

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