Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Immigrants - The Immigrants (1966)

One of the more obscure local garage LPs, recorded in Kansas by a group of NY/NJ college boys. Has a cool sleeve like most albums in the genre and some pretty decent sounds inside; two cool beat-garage originals and some unusual covers (like the Beatles' "Run for your life") all fed through a whiney New England type sound. The recording is lo-fi and not exactly dynamic. It ain't the Sonics but it sure beats the Rolling Stones! The band also had a 45.
1 I'm feelin' blue2 If you need me3 Reuben Rubin4 Keep a knockin'5 Sleepwalk6 She's not there7 2-25 blues8 Driving guitars9 House of the rising sun10 Run for your life11 Chains12 Kansas City 66

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