Another oddity that has Warhol’s portrait of Paul Anka on its cover, is a various hits album called Golden Top Oldies, released in 1981 by EMI Hong Kong.There are 14 artists (16 songs) on the album – and the cover – but Anka was rewarded most space in the ‘collage’, almost 20% of the cover.
Warhol was not credited for his work though, just the designer of the album cover, a certain Mr. Paul Cheung.
Paul Anka’s song on the record is the title track of his album: The Painter.
These are all the tunes, and it’s quite a strange mix:
1.SUKYAKI – KYU SAKAMOTO
2.SUMMER RAIN-JOHNNY RIVERS
3.FERRY CROSS THE MERCEY-GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS
4.ANGEL OF THE MORNING-MERRILEE RUSH
5.DONT LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD-ANIMALS
6.POOR SIDE OF TOWN-JOHNNY RIVERS
7.MY SENTIMENTAL FRIEND-HERMAN’S HERMITS
8.WORLD WITHOUT LOVE-PETER & GORDON
1.ILL NEVER DANCE AGAIN-HERMAN’S HERMITS
2.SUMMER HOLIDAY-CLIFF RICHARD
3.THE PAINTER-PAUL ANKA
4.MORE THAN I CAN SAY-BOBBY VEE
5.TO SIR WITH LOVE-LULU
7.YOU’LL NEVER WALK ALONE-GERRY & THE PACEMAKERs
8.SOMETHINGS BURNING-KENNY ROGERS