track list: 01 Sydney City Ladies 02 You Can't Do That 03 Song To Warilla 04 Streetfighter 05 Dragon Queen 06 Run 'N' Hide 07 Too Much Goin On Here 08 The Jean Genie LINE UP Terry Halliday (vocals) Gabriel Vendetti (guitar) Lee Martin (bass) Alan Fraiel (drums)
This band only did the one album but it has some brilliant songs. T
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01. Satellites - When Will You Stay 02. Satellites - The Next Boy 03. Wild Cherries - I Cried Once 04. Wild Cherries - Baby, Baby 05. Heart Attacks - Babba Diddy Baby 06. Swinging Machine - Do You have to Ask 07. Swinging Machine - Comin’ on Back Home 08. Lenis Guess - Workin’ for My Baby 09. Wild Thing - Weird Hot Nights 10. Swinging Machine - Do You Have to Ask 11. Proverbial Knee Hi’s - Crying for Her 12. Proverbial Knee Hi’s - Watch Out 13. Rude Awakening - A Certain Girl ... Read more »
the late 70's and early 80's while most bands were trying to ride the
New Wave, Rochester New York's Chesterfield Kings set their own course
into the past... destination 1966. Since their first single ("I Ain't
No Miracle Worker" b/w "Exit 9" Living Eye Records, LSD-1), released in
1979 on their own Living Eye label, the Chesterfield Kings main
objective has always been to record their own collectible garage 45's.
With a repertoire recognized by only a handful of 60's
garage-rock-fanatics, and by keeping the early pressings small (only
500 of the first single, a mere 50 of the third), the Kings not only
have achieved their goal,
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The Paupers were originally formed as the Spats in 1965 by lead guitarist Chuck Beale, bassist Denny Gerrard, guitarist Bill Misener and vocalist Skip Prokop. In 1966, Adam Mitchell replaced Misener and in 1968 bassist Brad Cambell joined the band after Gerrard departed. After two albums recorded in the late '60s, Magic People and Ellis Island, the Paupers broke up in 1969. Adam Mitchell went on to release a solo record in 1979, Redhead in Trouble, for Warner Bros.. This Dig Deep CD features very unique melodies and harmonies and songwriting. The Paupers utilized synchronized drumming patterns where 3 out of the 4 members of the band played percussion behind melodic, psychedelic guitar lines.
Joel Vandroogenbroeck (ex Brainticket) - 1978 - Images of Flute in Nature
Tracks : 1 Great Valley 2 Magic Adventure 3 Plaine Du Jura 4 Forest Spirit 5 Hobbits 6 Minor 7 Magnetic Blues 8 Electronic Jungle
LP issued in Italy only on Cenacolo M721, is a different music from
usual Brainticket. Idilliac landscapes with lots of keys, synths and
the voice of Carole Muriel.
Swiss Joel Vandroogenbroeck has been
especially confessed thanks to its link Brainticket. Beginning years
seventy delivered this group three particularly vaporous albums, with
as spectacular figure the intriguing ' Celestial ocean ' from 1974 - I
wrote already earlier. After falling apart Brainticket Vandroogenbroeck
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R&B /Blues/Garage blaster with Jon Lord(Deep Purple)
Mayall) Mac Poole(Bakerloo) with all the right sounds!!
It's really a legendary LP that was an
enjoyable mixture of club-oriented soul, R&B, and jazz with a
strong organ spice, although it found them falling seriously
behindtheir contemporaries in the British R&B scene
in a crucial respect.
HERE ARE THE REST AND WHOLE DISCOGRAPHY OF THIS LEGENDARY AND MY LOVELY 60's R'n'B GROUP, INCLUDED THEIR RARE EP ''Jazz In Jeans'' PLUS THEIR 6 SINGLES (both sides), ONE BY ONE. IN ADDITION YOU WILL SEE TWO EXTRA GREAT SONGS FROM THEM.
I done my best for you in order to have those brilliant songs that not included in Art Gallery LP. I hope to really enjoy this great group !!
Yes, that's exactly how you'd think British psychedelic music recorded by Greek musicians in France would sound. Provided you'd ever think about it.
Track listing: 1) End Of The World; 2) Don't Try To Catch A River; 3) Mister Thomas; 4) Rain And Tears; 5) The Grass Is No Green; 6) Valley Of Sadness; 7) You Always Stand In My Way; 8) The Shepherd And The Moon; 9) Day Of The Fool;
Personnel: BRUCE CLASWON ld gtr, backing vcls A B C TIMMY GRANADA ld vcls, gtr A B C ROBBIE LADEWIG bs A B C RICK MORININI drms A TONY "GOOSEY" RIVAS sax, tamb, backing vcls A RANDY BUSBY drms B C NICK HOFFMAN gtr C
ALBUM: 1(A/B) WE'RE NOT JUST ANYBODY (Misty Lane 057) 2001
NB: (1) 10" with insert. 45s: 1(A) She's Gone/What Am I Going To Do? (Miramar 118) Sep. 1965 2(A) I Could Be Happy/People Ask Me Why (Miramar 121) Nov. 1965 3(A) I Could Be Happy/People Ask Me Why (Reprise 0439) Dec. 1965 4 The Third Eye/Your Love (Miramar 123) Apr. 1966 4 She's Not Just Anybody/About Me (Miramar 124) May 1966
The Witchdoctors EXPLODE out of your stereo like a viscious blast from the past. Lead singer Paul Carey (who earlier sang lead with The Untold Fables) has a raw, ratchety voice that makes no apologies for its sound! Their simple (and simple-minded) early-60's-style rock & roll reminds me more than ANYTHING of the earliest recordings by The Kinks. This may explain their eventual name-change to The Finks (see FILL'ER UP AND GO!). While Steve Hill (and Carey's replacement, Chris Barfield) eventually split off to form The Huntington Cads, the remaining core or Gregg Hunt, Dave Klein & Jake Cavaliere went on to gr
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