Saturday, October 31, 2009

Strangers Family Band E​.​P. (2009)

I nothing earlier about this don't know.... But - 

"...Like what you do a great deal, have found some great bands from your links. Love the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. Wanted to submit our band Strangers Family Band for possible link up on your site. We've gotten comparisons like this so far "If the Doors & Kennelmus had a baby, the Strangers Family Band is their love child!" - Valis, Trip Inside this House.

Here is a link to our E.P., free download, if you are interested. Thank you!" - Strangers Family Band\Al Crowley

THANKS I'M  Delight...

1. Girl I've Been Taken 04:23  
 2. Wooden Hands 03:55
 3. No One Sees Her 04:28  
 4. Strange Transmission 07:03  
5. Tangerine 01:58
 6. Beware The Autumn People 04:43  

Strangers Family Band E.P. (self-release)
released 22 June 2009
Strangers Family Band is: Ates Isildak, Rick Seltzer, Scott Seltzer, Juan Londono, Kevin Williams

additional musicians:
Nate Banzhof- Trumpet
Mike Cardone- Trombone
Chris McCallister- French Horn
Isaac Pineda- Piano
Jon Prestage- Saxophone
Michael Wheaton- Theremin
Don May- Additional Keys
Justin Bowen- Accordion

songs recorded 2009 by Ates Isildak at the LoFi House
*except 'Beware The Autumn People', recorded live.
copyright 2009, Strangers Family Band


V.A. - Original Beat aus England Folge 16


Friday, October 30, 2009

V.A. - Original Beat aus England Folge 15


VA - Jukebox Hits of 1955-1965 Part 7 (1962)



1. The Sensations — Let Me in [03:06]
2. The Everly Brothers — Crying in the Rain [02:01]
3. The Marcels — My Melancholy Baby [02:29]
4. Dion — The Majestic [02:43]
5. Connie Francis — Don't Break the Heart That Loves You [03:04]
6. The Beach Boys — Surfin' [02:12]
7. Paul Anka — Love Me Warm and Tender Dear [02:20]
8. Roy Orbison — Dream Baby [02:35]
9. Clyde McPhatter — Lover Please [01:54]
10. Ricky Nelson — Young World [02:26]
11. B. Bumble and The Stingers — Nut Rocker [02:01]
12. Brian Hyland — Ginny Come Lately [02:49]
13. Neil Sedaka — King of Clowns [02:45]
14. Johnny Horton — Honky Tonk Man [02:13]
15. Perry Como — Catarina [02:09]
16. Jimmy Dean — P.T.109 [03:09]
17. Gene Pitney — The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance [02:58]
18. Connie Stevens — Why'd You Wanna Make Me Cry [02:09]
19. Joanie Sommers — Johnny Get Angry [02:33]
20. Johnny Tillotson — It Keeps Right on A-Hurtin' [02:55]
21. Pat Boone — Speedy Gonzales [02:32]
22. Eddie Hodges — (Girls Girls Girls) Made to Love [02:25]
23. Duane Eddy — The Ballad of Paladin [01:56]
24. Bobby Darin — Things [02:35]
25. Marty Robbins — Devil Woman [02:53]
26. Tommy Roe — Sheila [02:02]
27. Nat "King" Cole — Ramblin' Rose [02:49]
28. Dickey Lee — Patches [03:00]
29. The Four Seasons — Sherry [02:34]
30. Tony Bennett — I Left My Heart in San Francisco [02:51]

Total time: 01:16:08


1. Linda Scott — Yessiree [02:27]
2. Freddy Cannon — Palisades Park [01:54]
3. Sandra Lee — When I Fall in Love [03:06]
4. Michael Landon — Gimme a Little Kiss [02:10]
5. Bruce Channel — Hey Baby [02:27]
6. Brian Hyland — Sealed with a Kiss [02:43]
7. Little Jo Ann — My Daddy Is President [01:52]
8. Shelley Fabares — Johnny Angel [02:11]
9. Dickey Lee — I Saw Linda Yesterday [02:05]
10. Jimmy Clanton — Venus in Blue Jeans [02:25]
11. Brenda Lee — All Alone Am I [02:47]
12. Johnny Burnette — Clown Shoes [02:31]
13. Eddie Hodges — Bandit of My Dreams [02:04]
14. Carole King — It Might as Well Rain Until September [02:27]
15. Marcie Blane — Bobby's Girl [02:19]
16. Nat "King" Cole — Skip to My Lou [02:04]
17. Ned Miller — From a Jack to a King [02:17]
18. Paul Anka — A Steel Guitar and a Glass of Wine [02:13]
19. Connie Francis — Second Hand Love [02:54]
20. Ernie Maresca — Shout! Shout! [02:14]
21. Richard Chamberlain — Theme from Dr. Kildare [02:40]
22. Dave "Baby" Cortez — Rinky Dink [02:55]
23. Roy Orbison — The Crowd [02:22]
24. Gene Chandler — Duke of Earl [02:26]
25. Frank Ifield — I Remember You [02:08]
26. David Rose — The Stripper [01:58]
27. Cathy Carroll — Poor Little Puppet [02:33]
28. Dion — Lovers Who Wander [02:32]
29. The Beach Boys — Surfin' Safari [02:06]

Total time: 01:08:50



1. Chris Montez — Let's Dance [02:28]
2. Johnny Crawford — Cindy's Birthday [02:09]
3. Claudine Clark — Party Lights [02:26]
4. Frankie Avalon — You Are Mine [03:09]
5. Buddy Holly — Door to My Heart [02:24]
6. Johnny Tillotson — Send Me the Pillow [02:24]
7. The Isley Brothers — Twist and Shout [02:33]
8. Duane Eddy — Dance with the Guitar Man [02:39]
9. Jerry Wallace — Shutters and Boards [02:47]
10. Bill Black's Combo — Twist Her [02:07]
11. The Lively Ones — Misirlou [02:37]
12. Connie Francis — Gonna Git That Man [03:02]
13. Little Eva — The Locomotion [02:27]
14. Les Cooper — Wiggle Wobble [02:10]
15. Kris Jensen — Let's Sit Down [02:25]
16. Neil Sedaka — Breaking Up Is Hard to Do [02:24]
17. Jack Scott — Cry Cry Cry [02:48]
18. The Tornados — Telstar [03:17]
19. The Everly Brothers — That's Old Fashioned [02:24]
20. Roy Orbison — Leah [02:42]
21. Del Shannon — Little Town Flirt [02:52]
22. The Crystals — He's a Rebel [02:30]
23. Jerry Lee Lewis — Bonnie B [02:22]
24. Fats Domino — Dance with Mr. Domino [01:54]
25. Michael Landon — Be Patient with Me [02:18]
26. Ray Charles — I Can't Stop Loving You [04:15]
27. The Drifters — Up on the Roof [02:36]
28. Bobby Rydell — The Cha Cha Cha [02:37]
29. Bobby Vee — Someday [02:10]

Total time: 01:14:56



1. The Beach Boys — 409 [02:01]
2. The Shirelles — Soldier Boy [02:43]
3. Gene Pitney — Only Love Can Break a Heart [02:54]
4. Johnny Mathis — Gina [02:52]
5. Paul Peterson — My Dad [02:26]
6. Ricky Nelson — Today's Teardrops [02:09]
7. Dean Martin — Cha Cha Cha D'Amour [02:21]
8. Clyde McPhatter — Little Bitty Pretty One [02:14]
9. Connie Francis — Pretty Little Baby [02:22]
10. Chubby Checker — Let's Twist Again [02:20]
11. Eddie Cochran — Blue Suede Shoes [01:55]
12. Dionne Warwick — Don't Make Me Over [02:49]
13. Bobby Vinton — Rain Rain Go Away [02:59]
14. Neil Sedaka — As Long as I Live [02:14]
15. Del Shannon — The Swiss Maid [02:11]
16. Brenda Lee — Break It to Me Gently [02:40]
17. Bob Luman — The Fool [02:43]
18. Fats Domino — South of the Border [02:42]
19. The Drifters — When My Little Girl Is Smiling [02:36]
20. The Dovels — Bristol Twistin' Annie [02:19]
21. The Champs — Limbo Rock [02:07]
22. Johnny Burnette — Moody River [02:34]
23. Brook Benton — Hotel Happiness [02:44]
24. Jerry Butler — Make It Easy on Yourself [02:52]
25. Linda Scott — Never in a Million Years [02:26]
26. The String-A-Longs — My Blue Heaven [02:22]
27. Connie Stevens — Jambalaya [02:01]
28. Conway Twitty — Walk On by [02:26]
29. Johnny Rivers — Blue Skies [02:18]
30. Marty Robbins — Ruby Ann [02:03]


The Beathovens - Happy To Be Happy (1965) Germany

 01. a message to you
02. another day
03. happy, to be happy
04. i send a letter
05. little darling
06. mistrodden
07. na na na
08. paradise
09. sometimes
10. sweet music
11. the blow-up machine
12. then i need only you

Excuse me me for disinformation....
the Beathovens ain't from Sweden but from Germany


little don't coincide sequence tracks
but it is not scary...I think 

The Wailers - Wailers Wailers Everywhere (1965)/Out of Our Tree (1966)

Formed: 1958
Disbanded: 1969
Genres: Rock
Instrumental Rock, Rock & Roll

Major Members: Kent Morrill, Buck Ormsby, Mike Burk, Rick Dangel

Representative Albums: "The Fabulous Wailers at the Castle/The Wailers and Co.," "The Fabulous Wailers at the Castle," "The Fabulous Wailers"
Representative Songs: "Dirty Robber," "Tall Cool One," "Out of Our Tree"


The historical importance of the Wailers is undeniable. They were one of the very first, if not the first, of the American garage bands. Backing Rockin' Robin Roberts, they revamped an obscure R&B song called "Louie Louie" into a 1961 local hit that served as the prototype for the countless subsequent versions of the most popular garage song of the '60s. And their stomping, hard-nosed R&B/rock fusion inspired the Sonics, who took the Wailers' raunch to unimaginable extremes. While they anticipated the British Invasion bands with their brash, self-contained sound, their inability to write first-rate original material, as well as their rather outdated sax and organ-driven frat rock, put them in a distinctly lower echelon. As the decade progressed, the group did absorb mild folk-rock and psychedelic influences without great effect, either commercially or on their sound itself. ~ Richie Unterberger, (All Music Guide)

01 You Better Believe It 2:17
02 Do You Wanna Dance 2:00
03 The Wailer 2:24
04 Tomorrow's Another Day 3:05
05 Just a Little Bit Louder 2:44
06 Hold Back the Dawn 2:07
07 Tears 2:27
08 Since You Been Gone 2:16
09 How Do You Feel 2:20
10 I Think of You 2:29
11 Don't Take It So Hard 2:14
12 Ya Ya 2:28
13 You Weren't Using Your Head [*] 2:15
14 Back to You [*] 2:16
15 Hang Up [*] 2:19
16 Livewire [*] 2:17
17 All My Nights, All My Days [*] 3:08
18 Out of Our Tree 3:32
19 Mercy Mercy 2:49
20 Hang on Sloopy 3:36
21 I'm Down 2:30
22 Unchained Melody 4:42
23 Baby Don't You Do It 4:00
24 Dirty Robber [Version 4] 2:39
25 I've Got Me 2:08
26 Summertime 5:07
27 Little Si
sters 2:00
28 Hang Up [Version 2] 2:26
29 Bama Lama Bama Loo 2:25
Wailers Wailers Everywhere (1965)/Out of Our Tree (1966)

In 2003, Big Beat UK released Wailers Wailers Everywhere/Out of Our Tree, which contained two complete albums -- Wailers Wailers Everywhere (originally released in 1965 on Etiquette) and Out of Our Tree (1966, also originally on Etiquette) -- by the Wailers on one compact disc.


Thursday, October 29, 2009

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Dave Clark Five - Best Of The 60's

Herman's Hermits - Best Of The 60's

Gerry and The Peacemakers - Best Of The 60's

VA - The Hamburg Sound (Beatles Beat und Grosse Freiheit) - 2006

01. Tony Sheridan & The Beat Brothers - My Bonnie
02. The Beatles - Ain't She Sweet
03. Gene Vincent - Be Bop A Lula
04. Gerry & The Pacemakers - Ferry Across The Mercey
05. King Size Taylor & The Dominoes - Stupidity
06. Bill Haley & His Comets - See You Later Alligator
07. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - One Way Love
08. Screaming Lord Sutch - Til The Following Night
09. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - Shakin' All Over
10. Chuck Berry - Roll Over Beethoven
11. The Searchers - Sweets For My Sweet
12. Tornados - Telstar
13. The Roadrunners - You'd Better Move On
14. Joey Dee & The Starlighters - Ya Ya Twist
15. Lee Curtis & The All Stars - Ecstasy
16. Fats Domino - Sick And Tired
17. Everly Brothers - Bird Dog
18. Ian & The Zodiacs - Ride Your Pony
19. Tommy Roe - Sheila
20. The Liverbirds - He's About A Mover
21. Jerry Lee Lewis & The Nashville Teens - Great Balls Of Fire
22. Pretty Things - Cry To Me
23. The Rattles - Come On And Sing
24. The Remo Four - Peter Gun
25. Sam The Sham & Pharaos - Woolly Bully
26. Small Faces - Sha-La-La-La-Lee
27. Equals - Baby Come Back
28. The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore
29. Gun - Race With The Devil
30. Cream - I Feel Free
Thanks  yelper

The Small Faces -1965-1968 BBC Sessions

It took some time coming but the Small Faces BBC radio sessions are now available on CD. All the songs with one exception are already available in some form or other but these are in live performance. Very little Small Faces live material is available so this CD fills a large gap. Some of the songs have appeared on bootlegs over the years. This fact highlights "the ones that got away" such as The Temptations' Get Ready. However, Jump Back is a new tune to Small Faces listeners, credited to Steve Marriott on the track listing but, in fact, a Rufus Thomas song. Other cover versions include Brenda Holloway's Every Little Bit Hurts, Marvin Gaye's Baby Don't Do It and Tim Hardin's wonderful If I Were A Carpenter. Sam Cooke's Shake is one of the CD's highlights. This was often a Small Faces set opener with the late Ronnie Lane belting out the vocals. 

The Small Faces were a great R&B band, whether it was their own songs or covers of standards. Most of the tracks on this CD come from the first album or thereabouts when the band was signed to Decca Records. In the live context of the BBC Sessions, the songs take on an extra raw edge that cannot be duplicated on record, even though they got very close. Those not familiar with the Small Faces may even recognise the sixth track You Need Love (surely You Need Loving) as the inspiration for Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love. Nevertheless, the Small Faces' version was not entirely original, having been "heavily influenced" by a Willie Dixon song.

BBC Sessions covers most of the early singles including Whatcha Gonna Do About It and Sha-La-La-La-Lee before moving on to Marriott/Lane material such as Hey Girl and the number one hit All or Nothing. The b-side of the latter, Understanding, is one of the highlights of this CD. The first three tracks feature the group's original organ player Jimmy Winston before he was replaced by Ian McLagan.

There is a gap of almost two years between most of the songs and the final three. These tracks show a distinct change in the band's style from the raw R&B of the Decca years to the Ogden's era. Of the three songs in the final session for the BBC's Top Gear, only one is a Small Faces' original, Lazy Sunday. However, the two cover versions highlight the strength of Marriott's vocal performance.

The CD finishes with interviews with Steve Marriott and Kenney Jones. These help to give the songs an historical context although they would have sounded better "in context." The interviews end by introducing the next song so why not lead into the song rather than the next interview? the interviews sound far more dated than the music which has lasted and still sounds fresh and raw.

This CD contains the first "new" Small Faces material for over 30 years. However, it it worth a place on the shelf as it takes the Small Faces sound beyond what is already available on record or CD. Wonderful though the studio material is, the Small Faces were a live act and the BBC Sessions goes some way, though not all the way, to capturing this. This is how the Small Faces really did sound and it highlights just how good they were as musicians.
A solid compilation of 1965-68 BBC performances. It's heavier on their early mod years than their later psychedelic ones, which are essentially only represented by three songs from a 1968 broadcast (of which only one, "Lazy Sunday," is an original). Still, this has energetic (and, by the standards of BBC archive tapes from the 1960s, good-sounding) versions of the early singles "Whatcha Gonna Do About It," "Sha-La-La-La-Lee," "Hey Girl," and "All Or Nothing," as well as a few first album-era songs, highlighted by "You Need Love," the template for Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love." "Whatcha Gonna Do About It," from a 1965 broadcast, is a particularly incendiary performance, about the equal of the hit single version. As for songs that are otherwise unavailable on Small Faces releases, there are just a couple, and they're good ones. "Jump Back" is a heavy mod-soul cover of a song first done by Hadda Brooks, and later covered by Gene Vincent, though the Small Faces most likely learned it from Rufus Thomas' soul version. One thing's for sure: although Steve Marriott is given the songwriting credit in the liners, he did not compose it (it's been credited to both Brooks and Thomas on other reissues). There's also a mighty fine cover of Brenda Holloway's soul ballad "Every Little Bit Hurts" from 1968, with P.P. Arnold (uncredited on the sleeve) on backing vocals. This does miss some BBC cuts that have shown up on bootlegs (notably a cover of "You Really Got a Hold on Me"); perhaps good-fidelity tapes could not be found. What they did find blows previous bootlegs of Small Faces BBC sessions away, soundwise.  (AllMusic)

1. What'cha Gonna Do About It?
2. Jump Back
3. Baby Don't You Do It
4. Shake
5. Sha-La-La-La-Lee
6. You Need Loving
7. Hey Girl
8. E Too D
9. One Night Stand
10. You'd Better Believe It
11. Understanding
12. All or Nothing
13. If I Were a Carpenter
14. Lazy Sunday
15. Every Little Bit Hurts
16. Rare Interviews With Steve Marriott
17. Rare Interviews With Steve Marriott
18. Rare Interviews With Steve Marriott
19. Rare Interviews With Steve Marriott
20. Rare Interview With Kenny Jones

The Move- 1967-68 The BBC Sessions

25 session tracks recorded between 1967-68, including 'You'dBetter Believe Me', 'Long Black Veil', 'Weekend' and 'CherryBlossom Clinic'. 1998 Strange Fruit release.

As a MOVE fan starved for any "new" material, the release of this-- an entire album of previously-unreleased recordings-- was a JOY! It was the habit of the BBC to have bands record exclusive versions of songs just for airplay (the equivalent of appearing live on Letterman, I guess). While some BBC records show the limitations of their studio-- THIS isn't one of them! Starting with "You Better Believe Me" (perhaps the only song from their formative "R&B" phase, before the onset of the psychedelic era a few months later) the songs are a mix of Move tunes & covers of other bands' songs. Many of these are a revelation, as songs like "Night Of Fear" and "I Can Hear The Grass Grow", stripped of the overdubbed studio strings, are MORE powerful than the "regular" versions! It's one highlight after another here: "Walk On The Water", "Morning Dew" (also covered, perhaps better, by Episode Six), "It'll Be Me" (giving Jerry Lee Lewis a run for his money), "Kentucky Woman", "Higher And Higher", "Long Black Veil" (referenced in the lyrics of "Do Ya"), "Piece Of My Heart", "Going Back", "California Girls", and "The Christian Life". ...

01. You'd Better Believe Me 3.00
02. Night of Fear 2.23
03. Stop, Get a Hold of Myself 2.35
04. Kilroy Was Here 2.40
05. Walk Upon the Water 3.04
06. I Can Hear the Grass Grow 3.17
07. Morning Dew 2.42
08. Flowers in the Rain 2.20
09. So You Want to Be a Rock & Roll Star 2.55
10. Stephanie Knows Who 2.32
11. Cherry Blossom Clinic 2.26
12. Hey Grandma 3.04
13. Fire Brigade 2.17
14. Weekend 1.52
15. It'll Be Me 2.32
16. Useless Information 2.46
17. Kentucky Woman 2.28
18. Higher and Higher 3.09
19. Long Black Veil 2.53
20. Wild Tiger Woman 2.33
21. Piece of My Heart 3.03
22. Blackberry Way [Outtake] 3.08
23. Going Back 2.50
24. California Girls 3.08
25. Christian Life 2.02


Fairport Convention -1968-69 BBC radio Sessions (Heyday)

HEYDAY is a set of 1968 BBC radio performances by Fairport Convention. The tracks were recorded after Sandy Denny had joined, but prior to the band's tragic road accident that claimed the life of drummer Martin Lamble and shook the spirit of the band. These dozen songs show the band's fascination with American music and songwriters (a fact that was also quite evident on their self-titled debut).

With two formidable front-line singers, Denny and Ian Matthews, the band's versions of songs by Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Gene Clark, Johnny Cash, the Everly Brothers and others are given strong and believable treatments. An early original by Richard Thompson shows him to still be under the spell of his record collection, but his guitar playing is already uniquely his own, a remarkable accomplishment for one not yet twenty years old. These songs are rich with the joy of a band glad to be playing together and in love with their material.

Features the classic Fairport Convention line-up in session for John Peel's Top Gear program on BBC Radio 1 in 1968 & 1969. Members included Richard Thompson, the late Sandy Denny, Iain Matthews, Ashley Hutchings, Dave Swarbrick and Simon Nicol........"

1. Close the Door Lightly When You Go
2. I Don't Know Where I Stand
3. Some Sweet Day
4. Reno, Nevada
5. Suzanne
6. If It Feels So Good, You Know It Can't Be Wrong
7. I Still Miss Someone
8. Bird on a Wire
9. Gone, Gone, Gone
10. Tried So Hard
11. Shattering Live Experience
12. Percy's Song

Cream - 1966-68 BBC Sessions

This compilation of 22 Cream BBC tracks from 1966-1968 marked a major addition to the group's discography, particularly as they released relatively little product during their actual lifetime. All of but two of these cuts ("Lawdy Mama" and the 1968 version of "Steppin' Out," which had appeared on Eric Clapton's Crossroads box) were previously unreleased, and although many of these had made the round on bootlegs, the sound and presentation here is unsurprisingly preferable. As for actual surprises, there aren't many. It's a good cross section of songs from their studio records, though a couple, "Steppin' Out" and "Traintime," only appeared on live releases, and some of these BBC takes actually predate the release and recording of the album versions, which makes them of historical interest for intense Cream fans. (There are also four brief interviews with Eric Clapton from the original broadcasts.) There's a mild surprise in the absence of a version of "White Room," but otherwise many of the group's better compositions and covers are here, including "I Feel Free," "N.S.U.," "Strange Brew," "Tales of Brave Ulysses," "Sunshine of Your Love," "Born Under a Bad Sign," "Outside Woman Blues," "Crossroads," "We're Going Wrong," "I'm So Glad," "SWLABR," and "Politician." Cream took better advantage of the live-in-the-studio BBC format than some groups of similar stature. There's a lean urgency to most of the performances that, while not necessarily superior to the more fully realized and polished studio renditions, do vary notably in ambience from the more familiar versions. The sound quality is good but not perfect, and variable; sometimes it's excellent, yet at other times there seem to be imperfections in the tapes sourced, with "Sunshine of Your Love" suffering from a (not grievously) hollow, muffled quality. If there's any other slight criticism of this set, it's that a handful of BBC tracks don't appear, including some that don't make it onto this CD in any version, like "Sleepy Time Time," "Toad," and "Sitting on Top of the World." Given Cream's tendency to over-improvise on the band's live concert recordings, however, the concise nature of these BBC tracks (none of which exceed five minutes) makes them preferable listening in some respects.
01 - Sweet Wine [#] (3:27)
02 - Eric Clapton Interview, No. 1 [#] (0:54)
03 - Wrapping Paper [#] (2:30)
04 - Rollin' and Tumblin' [#] (3:03)
05 - Steppin' Out [#] (1:50)
06 - Crossroads [#] (1:54)
07 - Cat's Squirrel [#] (3:38)
08 - Traintime [#] (2:50)
09 - I'm So Glad [#] (4:22)
10 - Lawdy Mama [#] (1:53)
11 - Eric Clapton Interview, No. 2 [#] (0:48)
12 - I Feel Free [#] (2:54)
13 - N.S.U. [#] (2:55)
14 - Four Until Late [#] [#] (1:56)
15 - Strange Brew [#] (3:00)
16 - Eric Clapton Interview, No. 3 [#] (0:44)
17 - Tales of Brave Ulysses [#] (2:55)
18 - We're Going Wrong [#] (3:25)
19 - Eric Clapton Interview, No. 4 [#] (0:37)
20 - Born Under a Bad Sign [#] (3:03)
21 - Outside Woman Blues [#] (3:18)
22 - Take It Back [#] (2:18)
23 - Sunshine of Your Love [#] (4:09)
24 - Politician [#] (3:59)
25 - Swlabr [#] (2:32)
26 - Steppin' Out (3:36)


Monday, October 26, 2009

The Georgia Best Satellites \ Let It Rock (2009)

At a time when rock & roll didn't care about its roots, the Georgia Satellites came crashing into the charts with a surprise hit single to remind everybody where the music had come from. The hit single, 1986's "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," rocked as hard as an old Chuck Berry song, as well as being almost as clever. The Satellites weren't a back-to-basics roots rock band, either -- their straightforward sound borrowed equally from Berry, the Rolling Stones, the Faces, Little Feat, and AC/DC, with a Southern backwoods bent. At their best, the Satellites were just a damn good rock & roll band, driven by the classic yet fresh songwriting of lead singer/guitarist Dan Baird. On the strength of "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," their first major-label album sold well, but the follow-up, Open All Night, did not; radio and MTV had treated the band as a kind of novelty -- a bunch of hicks kicking out rock & roll offered a break between the slick pop-metal of Bon Jovi and the introspective pop of Peter Gabriel. By the time they released Open All Night in 1988, no one was interested, even if the album was only slightly weaker than the debut. After one more album, 1989's In the Land of Salvation and Sin, the band called it quits. Guitarist Rick Richards joined Izzy Stradlin's Ju Ju Hounds three years later; Baird pursued a solo career and had a small hit in late 1992 with "I Love You Period." In 1996, he helped form the Yayhoos after releasing his second solo album. The Yayhoos have two albums, the most recent being 2006's Put the Hammer Down. During the mid-'90s, the Georgia Satellites reunited without Baird. They released Shaken Not Stirred in 1997.


1. Don't Pass Me By (LP Version) 4:53
2. Keep Your Hands To Yourself (LP Version) 3:26
3. Battleship Chains (LP Version) 2:58
4. The Myth of Love (LP Version) 4:14
5. Can't Stand The Pain (LP Version) 3:44
6. Nights Of Mystery (LP Version) 4:44
7. Let It Rock (Live LP Version) 4:02
8. Open All Night (LP Version) 2:49
9. Sheila (LP Version) 3:41
10. Mon Cheri (LP Version) 4:39
11. Down and Down (LP Version) 3:49
12. Saddle Up (LP Version) 2:48
13. Hippy Hippy Shake (LP Version) 1:47
14. I Dunno (LP Version) 3:10
15. All Over But the Cryin' (LP Version) 5:11
16. Six Year Gone (LP Version) 3:09
17. Hard Luck Boy (LP Version) 3:07
18. Almost Saturday Night/Rockin' All Over The World (LP Version) 4:06
19. Dan Takes Five (LP Version) 3:27
20. Another Chance (LP Version)


Most of the band's best tracks are on this generous compilation, which not only features their hits ("Keep Your Hands to Yourself" and "Battleship Chains"), but also includes rarities like their sublime John Fogerty medley "Almost Saturday Night/Rockin' All Over the World" from the Rubaiyat collect


Sunday, October 25, 2009

The Mccoys - 2 Great LP's on 1 CD

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The Hobbits - Men and Doors (1968)

Folk-rock outfit the Hobbits was the studio project of Queens, New York-born singer/songwriter Jimmy Curtiss, who ranks as one of the more interesting footnotes in the history of rock & roll -- the rare would-be teen idol who actually wrote his own material (and did so admirably), he later expanded his reach into psychedelia and harmony-laden folk-rock, but while the subject of a small cult following, none of his records ever made a commercial dent. Curtiss first surfaced in 1959 as a member of the doo wop combo the Enjays and issued his solo debut, "Without You," on United Artists in 1961 -- the label attempted to position him as a teen crooner in the mold of Bobby Vee or Paul Anka, but he failed to make a commercial impact. After a period working as a songwriter he dropped out of music to pursue a career in advertising before resurfacing in 1967 with the bubblegum cult classic "Psychedelic Situation," a major hit in Germany that attracted little attention at home. Curtiss then signed to Decca, collaborating with producers Jerry Vance and Terry Phillips and songwriter Marcia Hillman on the Hobbits -- despite borrowing their name from J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings novels and titling their 1967 debut Down to Middle Earth, the Hobbits turned out relatively straightforward sunshine pop, and the album is much sought-after by soft-psych aficionados. The follow-up, Men and Doors: The Hobbits Communicate, appeared in 1968 -- like its predecessor, the record didn't sell, and Decca terminated the contract. Curtiss then formed his own label and production company, both dubbed Perception, and helmed an LP and three singles by the psychedelic soul act the Bag, members of which reportedly worked on the Hobbits project as well. Speaking of which, after rechristening the group the New Hobbits, Curtiss released 1969's Back From Middle Earth, essentially a solo effort. According to the liner notes in the second volume of the Soft Sounds for Gentle People series, he eventually ended up in San Francisco, going solely by the initials J.C. -- his current activities and whereabouts are unknown.

***************************************************************************************1.Men & Doors
2.Espaсa Baby
3.Let Me Make My Own Mistakes
5.Words Get In The Way
6.The Journey
7.Will You Be Ready For Tomorrow
8.Love Is
9.Strawberry children
10.University Of the Street
11.Artificial Face

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VA - Jukebox Hits of 1955-1965 Part 6 (1961)

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Vol.1:1. The Tokens — The Lion Sleeps Tonight [02:41]2. Bobby Lewis — Tossin' and Turnin' [02:35]3. Jimmy Dean — Big Bad John [03:02]4. Del Shannon — Runaway [02:19]5. Bobby Vee — Take Good Care of My Baby [02:29]6. The Marcels — Blue Moon [02:17]7. The Shirelles — Will You Love Me Tomorrow [02:42]8. Ricky Nelson — Travelin' Man [02:22]9. Gary U.S. Bonds — Quarter to Three [02:31]10. Dion — Runaround Sue [02:43]11. The Marvelettes — Please Mr. Postman [02:29]12. Roy Orbison — Running Scared [02:15]13. Joe Dowell — Wooden Heart [02:02]14. Pat Boone — Moody River [02:36]15. Ernie K. Doe — Mother-in-Law [02:28]16. Chris Kenner — I Like It Like That [01:57]17. Brook Benton — The Boll Wevil Song [02:38]18. Dick & Dee Dee — The Mountain's High [02:18]19. Dee Clark — Raindrops [02:50]20. James Darren — Goodbye Cruel World [02:18]21. Gene McDaniels — A Hundred Pounds of Clay [02:20]22. Brenda Lee — Fool #1 [02:27]23. Marty Robbins — Don't Worry [03:11]24. Linda Scott — I've Told Every Little Star [02:18]25. Clarence "Frogman" Henry — But I Do [02:18]26. Connie Francis — Where the Boys Are [02:39]27. Neil Sedaka — Calendar Girl [02:41]28. Timi Yuro — Hurt [02:28]29. Leroy Van Dyke — Walk On by [02:22]30. Johnny Tillotson — Without You [02:11]Total time: 01:14:27 Vol.2:1. Paul Anka — Cinderella [02:16]2. Eddie Hodges — I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door [02:08]3. Bobby Angelo — Baby Sittin' [02:07]4. Linda Scott — Don't Bet Money Honey [02:31]5. Barry Mann — Who Put the Bomb [02:50]6. John Dee Loudermilk — Language of Love [01:48]7. Roy Orbison — Come Back to My Love [02:31]8. Ricky Nelson — Hello Mary Lou [02:20]9. Gene Pitney — Town Without Pity [02:56]10. Gene McDaniels — Tower of Strength [02:19]11. Troy Shondell — This Time [02:39]12. Ben E. King — Amor [03:08]13. Curtis Lee — Pretty Little Angel Eyes [02:47]14. Connie Francis — Breakin' a Brand New Broken Heart [02:40]15. The Everly Brothers — Walk Right Back [02:21]16. Brenda Lee — Emotions [02:51]17. Joe Dee & The Starlighters — The Peppermint Twist [02:03]18. Freddy Cannon — Transistor Sister [02:28]19. The Angels — Till [02:30]20. Johnny Burnette — Dream Lover [02:27]21. Dion — The Wanderer [02:52]22. The Paris Sisters — I Love How You Love Me [02:10]23. Jerry Butler — Moon River [02:41]24. Lee Dorsey — Ya Ya [02:22]25. The Highwaymen — Michael [02:49]26. Tony Orlando — Bless You [02:11]27. Sandy Nelson — Let There Be Drums [02:17]Total time: 01:07:02 Vol.3:1. Ral Donner — The Girl of My Best Friend [02:17]2. Chep & The Limelites — Daddy's Home [03:04]3. Connie Francis — Someone Else's Boy [02:47]4. The Mar-Keys — Last Night [02:42]5. Jerry Wallace — There She Goes [02:34]6. Frankie Avalon — True True Love [02:24]7. Bobby Darin — Nature Boy [02:37]8. Roy Orbison — Crying [02:48]9. Duane Eddy — The Ballad of Paladin [01:57]10. Paul Anka — Dance On Little Girl [02:20]11. Johnny Tillotson — Jimmy's Girl [02:44]12. Patsy Cline — Crazy [02:44]13. The Chordettes — Never on a Sunday [02:41]14. Buzz Clifford — Baby-Sittin' Boogie [02:06]15. Jackie Wilson — I'm Coming On Back to You [02:18]16. The Chantels — Look in My Eyes [02:20]17. Dorsey Burnette — Great Shakin' Fever [02:09]18. Jimmy Elledge — Funny How Time Slips Away [02:51]19. Floyd Cramer — On the Rebound [02:10]20. Ann Margret — I Just Don't Understand [02:40]21. Jack Scott — One of Those Days [02:35]22. The Impressions — Gypsy Woman [02:22]23. Del Shannon — Hats Off to Larry [02:02]24. Barbara George — I Know [02:23]25. The Shirelles — Mom Said [02:11]26. Bobby Rydell — Good Times Baby [02:14]27. Neil Sedaka — Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen [02:40]28. Billy Vaughn — Wheels [02:06]29. Conway Twitty — C'est Si Bon [02:18]30. Brian Hyland — Let Me Belong to You [03:04]Total time: 01:14:08 Vol.4:1. Neil Sedaka — Little Devil [02:47]2. Linda Scott — Starlight Starbright [02:22]3. The Lettermen — When I Fall in Love [02:30]4. Ben E. King — Spanish Harlem [02:56]5. Brenda Lee — Dum Dum [02:28]6. Buddy Knox — Ling-Ting-Tong [02:11]7. Frankie Laine — The 3:10 to Yuma [02:29]8. Connie Francis — Hollywood [02:18]9. Bobby Darin — You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby [02:16]10. Dion — Kansas City [02:44]11. Paul Anka — Kissin' on the Phone [02:37]12. Del Shannon — So Long Baby [02:05]13. Bob Luman — The Great Snow Man [02:52]14. The Marcels — Heartaches [02:37]15. The Dovells — Bristol Stomp [02:22]16. Fats Domino — Did You Ever See a Dream Walking [01:46]17. Lee Dorsey — Do Re Mi [02:15]18. The Everly Brothers — Temptation [02:16]19. The Diamonds — One Summer Night [02:36]20. Bill Black's Combo — My Girl Josephine [02:17]21. Frankie Avalon — All of Everything [02:35]22. Brook Benton — Revenge [02:39]23. The String-A-Longs — Brass Buttons [02:07]24. Gene Pitney — I Wanna Love My Life Away [01:58]25. Ricky Nelson — Everlovin' [02:09]26. The Piltdown Men — The Great Impostor [01:58]27. Eddie Hodges — Ain't Gonna Wash for a Week [02:22]28. Don Gibson — Sea of Heartbreak [02:36]29. Duane Eddy — Ring of Fire [02:25]30. Cathy Jean & The Roommates — Please Love Me Forever [02:49]

VA - Jukebox Hits of 1955-1965 Part 6 (1960)

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 СD 1

01. Percy Faith - Theme from A Summer Place
02. Everly Brothers - Cathy's Clown
03. Johnny Preston - Running Bear
04. Brenda Lee - I'm Sorry
05. The Drifters - Save the Last Dance for Me
06. Marty Robbins - El Paso
07. Mark Dinning - Teen Angel
08. Connie Francis - Everybody's Somebody's Fool
09. Maurice Williams - Stay
10. Brian Hyland - Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
11. Larry Verne - Mr. Custer
12. The Brothers Four - Green Fields
13. Sam Cooke - Chain Gang
14. Paul Anka - Puppy Love
15. Roy Orbison - Only the Lonely
16. Jimmie Jones - Handy Man
17. Bobby Rydell - Volare
18. Johnny Tillotson - Poetry in Motion
19. Jack Scott - Burning Bridges
20. Connie Stevens - Sixteen Reasons
21. Johnny Horton - Sink the Bismarck
22. Kathy Young & The Innocents - A Thousand Stars
23. Dion - Where or When
24. Duane Eddy - Because They're Young
25. Joe Jones - You Talk Too Much
26. Steve Lawrence - Footsteps
27. Johnny Burnette - You're Sixteen
28. Harold Dorman - Mountain of Love
29. Bobby Vee - Devil or Angel

CD 2

01. Jimmy Jones - Good Timin'
02. Damita J - I'll Save the Last Dance for You
03. Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her
04. Roy Orbison - Blue Angel
05. Johnny Preston - Cradle of Love
06. Dodie Stevens - Yes I'm Lonesome Tonight
07. Jim Reeves - He'll Have to Go
08. Curtis Lee - Under the Moon of Love
09. The Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues
10. Wanda Jackson - Let's Have a Party
11. Hank Locklin - Please Help Me I'm Falling
12. Connie Francis - Many Tears Ago
13. Johnny Horton - North to Alaska
14. Brenda Lee - Sweet Nothin's
15. Donnie Brooks - Mission Bell
16. The Crests - Step by Step
17. Dorsey Burnette - Hey Little One
18. The Champs - Too Much Tequila
19. Chubby Checker - The Hucklebuck
20. The Poni-Tails - Before We Say Goodnight
21. The Browns - The Old Lamplighter
22. Roy Holden - Love You So
23. Everly Brothers - So Sad
24. Brook Benton & Dinah Washington - A Rockin' Good Way
25. The Hollywood Argyles - Aley Oop
26. Fats Domino - Walking to New Orleans
27. Johnny Burnette - Dreamin'
28. The Fireballs - Vaquero
29. Dion & The Belmonts - In the Still of the Night
30. Eddie Cochran - Three Steps to Heaven

CD 3

01. Bobby Vee - Rubber Ball
02. Eddie Cochran - Weekend
03. The Piltdown Man - Piltdown Rides Again
04. Gene Vincent - Pistol-Packin' Mama
05. Buddy Holly - True Love Waits
06. Sam Cooke - Wonderful World
07. Dion - Lonely Teenager
08. Bob Luman - Let's Think About Living
09. Roy Orbison - Bye Bye Love
10. The Everly Brothers - Let It Be Me
11. Ray Peterson - Corina Corina
12. Jackie Wilson - Talk That Talk
13. The Drifters - This Magic Moment
14. Jerry Butler - He Will Break Your Heart
15. The Crests - Trouble in Paradise
16. Bobby Darin - Beyond the Sea
17. Neil Sedaka - You Mean Everything to Me
18. Connie Francis - Teddy
19. Frankie Avalon - A Perfect Love
20. Paul Anka - Summer's Gone
21. The Poni-Tails - Come Be My Love
22. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Beatnik Fly
23. The Platters - On a Slow Boat to China
24. The Moonglows - Blue Velvet
25. Rosie & The Originals - Angel Baby
26. Bill Black Combo - Don't Be Cruel
27. Jerry Wallace - Little Coconut Palm
28. Floyd Cramer - Last Date
29. Dorsey Burnette - Tall Oak Tree
30. Brenda Lee - I Want to Be Wanted

CD 4

01. Paul Anka - My Home Town
02. Billy Bland - Let the Little Girl Dance
03. Chubby Checker - The Twist
04. Dion - Little Miss Blue
05. Fats Domino - Put Your Arms Around Me Honey
06. Annette - Pineapple Princess
07. Freddy Cannon - Blue Skies
08. Eddie Cochran - Cherished Memories
09. Paul Evans - Happy Go Lucky Me
10. Connie Francis - Valentino
11. Carl Mann - Some Enchanted Evening
12. The Ventures - Walk Don't Run
13. Ricky Nelson - Yes Sir That's My Baby
14. Bobby Vee - Everyday
15. Johnny Preston - Charming Billy
16. The String-Longs - Wheels
17. Charlie Rich - Long Weekends
18. Johnny Tillotson - Princess Princess
19. Bobby Rydell - Swingin' School
20. Ray Smith - Rockin' Little Angel
21. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Sandstorm
22. Fabian - String Along
23. The Everly Brothers - Lucille
24. Johnny Burnette - Kentucky Waltz
25. Bobby Darin - I'll Be There
26. Brook Benton - Kiddio
27. The Fireballs - Vaquero
28. The Platters - Red Sails in the Sunset
29. Roy Orbison - I Can't Stop Loving You
30. Buddy Knox - Lovey Dovey





Saturday, October 24, 2009

The Lords - The Lords 50 (2009)

01. Raindreams
02. Fire
03. Shakin' all over
04. Spitfire Lace
05. Greensleeves
06. Cut my hair
07. Seven Daffodils
08. Late last sunday evening
09. Have a drink on me
10. Que sera
11. Peter Gunn
12. Michael
13. Gloryland / John Brown's body
14. Poor Boy
15. You really got me
16. Rock’n Roll Medley
17. Dance with the Devil

(Track 1,8,15,17 new 2009
Track 3,7,9,10,11,12,14,16 live in Ratshausen 2008
Track 2,4,13 live in Dortmund 2008
Track 5,6 live in Dattein 2008 )


Saturday, October 17, 2009


“The Beats”: la Mejor Banda Tributo a The Beatles en el Caupolicán

The Beats es una agrupación argentina considerada la mejor banda tributo The Beatles del mundo. Santiago tendrá la opurtunidad de ver a este grupo ya que se presentará en el Teatro Caupolicán con un show que repasa los mayores éxitos de los oriundos de Liverpool. Todo esto se acompaña con una ambientación visual e instrumental muy similar a la que usaban los Beatles.


Chris Britton - As I Am (1969)

As guitarist for the Troggs, Chris Britton made important contributions to the raw British Invaders' sound with his crunchy, wiry style. Though Reg Presley was the Troggs' principal lead singer and songwriter, Britton also took occasional lead vocals and wrote a bit of material on their records, the odd primitive buzzing psychedelia of "Maybe the Madman" and the sultry midtempo rocker "Say Darlin'" (both used on 1968 B-sides) being the highlights in that respect. It's not even too well-known by many big Troggs fans that Britton did an obscure solo LP in 1970, As I Am. Though it betrayed his modest gifts/limitations as a singer/songwriter, it was an agreeable, varied batch of period British psychedelic pop songs, sung by Britton in his idiosyncratic, diffidently cool and amused style.
1 Sit Down Beside Me
2 Will It Last
3 That Was the Time
4 No Sense in Fighting
5 Maybe Time Will Change You
6 Fly with Me
7 If You Really Care
8 Run & Hide
9 How Do You Say Goodbye
10 Sleep My Love
11 Why Did I Let You Go
12 Evil Woman
13 Learn to Love Life You'll Be Living
Chris Britton's rare solo album sounds much like you would expect if you're familiar with his very occasional singing and songwriting outings within the Troggs. It's fairly pleasant psychedelic-tinged late-'60s British pop/rock, delivered with understated, almost laconically sly vocals. Plenty of the period trimmings of British psych-pop (sometimes echoing those found in the Troggs' own gentler efforts) can be heard: chirpy Baroque-tinged string arrangements, harpsichord, hints of Eastern exotica, buoyant romantic lyrics, melodic acoustic folky guitar, the odd vaudevillian flavor, Swinging London brass, and the like. There's also Britton's own version of a song the Troggs had recorded for a flop 1969 single, "Evil Woman" -- the only tune here, in fact, that Britton didn't write himself (and a notably inferior version to the Troggs' own). In common with many solo efforts by important-but-secondary figures within major bands, however, the material's not outstanding enough to demand attention beyond that band's hardcore faithful. As records within that category go, however, this is above average, so Troggs freaks won't be disappointed.

The Electric Prunes - Lost Dreams


Though they got considerable input from talented L.A. songwriters and producers, with their two big hits penned by outside sources, the Electric Prunes did by and large play the music on their records, their first lineup writing some respectable material of their own. On their initial group of recordings, they produced a few great psychedelic garage songs, especially the scintillating "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night," which mixed distorted guitars and pop hooks with inventive, oscillating reverb. Songwriters Annette Tucker and Nancie Mantz wrote most of the Prunes' material, much of which in turn was crafted in the studio by Dave Hassinger, who had engineered some classic Rolling Stones... Read More...


1. Shadows
2. Ain't It Hard
3. Little Olive
4. I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)
5. I've Got A Way Of My Own
6. Luvin' 7. I Happen To Love You
8. Are You Lovin' Me More (But Enjoying It Less)
9. Hideaway
10. Try Me On For Size
11. Great Banana Hoax
12. You Never Had It Better
13. Dr. Do-Good
14. Get Me To The World On Time
15. Captain Glory
16. World Of Darkness
17. Train For Tomorrow
18. Big City
19. Wind-Up Toys
20. It's Not Fair
21. Sold To The Highest Bidder
12. Everybody Knows You're Not In Love
23. Long Day's Flight ('Til Tomorrow)


Aside from the British anthology Long Day's Flight, this is (as of its 2001 release) the only legit Electric Prunes best-of ever issued. For the most part it succeeds in encapsulating the band's finest moments, adding a few rarities that will make it a desirable acquisition for completists. Their best singles are here, including the hits "I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)" and "Get Me to the World on Time," of course, as well as "Dr. Do-Good," "Long Day's Flight ('Til Tomorrow)," and their non-LP debut, "Ain't It Hard"/"Little Olive." Outstanding album tracks like "I Happen to Love You," "Sold to the Highest Bidder," and "Train to Tomorrow" are on board as well. The truly awful cuts from their first LP are omitted, although the exclusion of decent items from Underground, particularly "Antique Doll" and "Children of Rain," could be questioned. As for the rarities, there's "Shadows," a creepy item from an excruciatingly rare non-LP 1968 promo single; an inconsequential cover of the Hollies' "I've Got a Way of My Own"; the previously unreleased "World of Darkness," an amiably bouncy but inessential number; and their infamous 1967 commercial for Vox wah-wah pedals (unlisted on the sleeve). For those who care about such things, "Dr. Do-Good" and "Long Day's Flight ('Til Tomorrow)" have elongated fadeouts not present on the more commonly circulated versions. The slightly shorter Edsel compilation Long Day's Flight is probably a better listen overall (and does include "Children of Rain" and "Antique Doll"), but either one makes for a satisfactory overview. Like Long Day's Flight, however, this has nothing from their Mass in F Minor album, which might be viewed as either a loss or a gain by Electric Prunes fans according to their tastes. As a minor drawback, Lost Dreams does not document the original release dates of any of the



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V.A. - Original Beat aus England Folge 11



Human Beinz - Nobody But Me (1967)

Best-known for its version of "Nobody but Me," Youngstown, OH's frat rock quartet the Human Beinz featured rhythm guitarist Ting Markulin, lead guitarist Richard Belley, bassist Mel Pachuta, and drummer Mike Tatman. Originally known as the Human Beings, the group was a local favorite and was discovered playing at a Youngstown bar. Their early releases include covers of Bob Dylan's "Times They Are A-Changin'" and Them's "Gloria," as well as renditions of the Who and Yardbirds songs; they released their first singles on the local Gateway imprint. In 1967, the group signed to Capitol Records and scored a Top Ten hit with their cover of the Isley Brothers' "Nobody but Me." On their debut album, which was also named Nobody but Me, the band found their name changed to the Human Beinz, a play on the hippie phrase "be-in." The following year, the group issued Evolutions, which showcased a more original side to the Human Beinz' music, but the album did little and the band ultimately broke up.




1 Nobody But Me
2 Foxey Lady
3 The Shamen
4 Flower Grave
5 Dance on Through
6 Turn on Your Light
7 It's Fun to Be Clean
8 Black Is the True Colour of My True Love's Hair
9 This Lonely Town

  10 Suen 11 Serenade to 

It's hard to imagine what the kids must have made of the Human Beinz' first album when it was released back in 1968. The band was riding high on the charts with their feedback-enhanced cover of the Isley Brothers' bold statement of dance prowess, "Nobody But Me," and folks who bought their subsequent LP must have been expecting 30 minutes of similar high-swagger garage rock. However, the band and their producer, Lex De Azevdo, had more ambitious stuff in mind, and the closest things to the hit single on Nobody But Me were a clunky cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Foxey Lady" and a guitar-heavy tribute to a voodoo priest, "The Shaman," neither of which are likely to fill any dancefloors. Instead, there's the tongue-in-cheek, pseudo-Left Banke pop of "It's Fun to Be Clean," a droning, string-laden interpretation of "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair," a rootsy take on "Turn on Your Love Light" which suggests the Grateful Dead's version without the jamming, and a couple exercises in moody introspection written by the band, "Sueno" and "Flower Grave." Nobody But Me is more than a bit pretentious, but it's also better than you might expect, and it builds on its psychedelic ambitions with greater success than the majority of Nehru-clad Midwesterners of the era. Still, one can't help but wish someone had persuaded the Human Beinz to cut a few more R&B covers while they were in the studio, since that's clearly where their greatest strength lay.


Bon Scott With The Valentines (1967-68)

Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott (9 July 1946 – 19 February 1980) was an Australian rock musician, best known for being the lead singer and lyricist of Australian hard rock band AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980.[1] He was born in Kirriemuir, Scotland, and emigrated to Melbourne, Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six.

Scott formed his first band, The Spektors, in 1964 and became the band's drummer and occasional lead vocalist. He performed in several other bands including The Valentines and Fraternity before replacing Dave Evans as the lead singer of AC/DC in 1974.

AC/DC's popularity grew throughout the 1970s, initially in Australia, and then internationally. Their 1979 album Highway to Hell reached the top twenty in the United States, and the band seemed on the verge of a commercial breakthrough. However, on 19 February 1980, Scott died after a night of partying in London. AC/DC briefly considered disbanding, but the group quickly recruited vocalist Brian Johnson of the British glam rock band Geordie. AC/DC's subsequent album, Back in Black, was released only five months later, and was a tribute to Scott. It went on to become the second best-selling album in history.


The Valentines were an Australian rock 'n' roll band active from 1966-1970, chiefly noted for their lead singers, Bon Scott, who later went on to great success as lead vocalist with AC/DC, and Vince Lovegrove, who subsequently became a successful music journalist and manager of Divinyls.The band was formed in late 1966 with the amalgamation of Perth groups The Spektors and The Winstons. They capitalised on the success of both the former bands, plus the interest created by having two lead singers in Scott and Lovegrove. Inspired by The Rolling Stones, The Beatls, and local stars The Easybeats, they enjoyed considerable local success and released a few singles. MORE :

1. To Know You Is to Love You

2. She Said
3. Every Day I Have to Cry
4. I Can't Dance With You
5. Peculiar Hole in the Sky
6. Love Makes Sweet Music
7. I Can Hear the Raindrops
8. Why Me
9. Sooky Sooky

The Easybeats - The Definitive Anthology..

MP 3
The Easybeats occupy a unique place in the pantheon of 1960s British rock acts. For starters, they were Australian, except that they really weren't -- they met in Sydney alright, and being based in Australia with the talent they had gave them a leg-up over any of the local competition. But lead singer Stevie Wright originally came from England (although he'd been in Australia for some years), and bassist Dick Diamonde hailed from the Netherlands, as did guitarist Harry Vanda, while the others, guitarists George Young and drummer Gordon "Snowy" Fleet, were recent arrivals from Scotland and England -- most significantly, Fleet was Liverpool born and raised, and had been a member of ... Read More...
This two-CD, 56-song anthology is an excellent value even at an import price. It contains all their Australian hits, lots of album tracks, and some rarities that don't show up very often, like the 1965 B-side "The Old Oak Tree." It may be too lengthy an introduction or overview for some, though; some of their LP tracks weren't memorable, and one gets the feeling that some of the rarities and cover versions were put on here because they were rare, not because of their musical quality. In addition, all of the Easybeat rarities you could want have been placed on Repertoire's reissues of individual Easybeats albums as bonus tracks. The 48-page booklet does have interview material with Harry Vanda, including comments on each song in the set.

Tracks there , cover in archive... Enjoy !!