Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza - XL-0448 Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono Country: Poland Genre: Rock Style: Rock Roll, Pop Rock
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The Gentlemen are our obligatory a nod is as good as a wink to a perforated cheese contribution to save Swiss history from oblivion. Come on, boys. League 66 and their only claim to fame on APM shoud be familiar see Vol. Dig the slowness Their label is Studio Hannover and they recorded there after a 35 miles drive from Goslar.
Grammatically even more adventurous it gets when they start singing: A multitude of Strangers were active in our country and most every city had a band of that name. These here Strangers recorded a 7" for the often underrated Kerston-label and are different from those on Paletten, who again are different from those pre-King-Beats Strangers on Decca.
The Boasters on International were advertised as "Der Sound aus Liverpool" and indeed they copy the zound of the zity good enough to tempt you to believe they might be baptized with Mersey water. Though the latter seemingly has missed the bus when they recorded their only single for Fontana. Pure-bred Liverpudlians were The Roadrunners. In 63 and 64 long residencies at The Star Club led to various recordings only released in Germany. More about them on Vol. John Peacock on piano sounds like under the spell of The Killer from Feriday, who caused spontaneous piano combustions at the Club in A similar fate the other way round made The Vampires leave Hamburg after 2 heroic, but remarkably unsuccessful tries to win the annual Battle of the Bands there in 64 and They moved to Spain and released 6 7"s for the Sesion-label.
Their whole output consisted of coverversions apart from this 66 EP, which has 4 originals. And, yes, we already used one of them on Vol. While such tendencies were inspiration for elegant Mod bands like The Action in the UK, the results over here often sounded like cavemen on heavy migraine.
The oddly named St. This led to much confusion in our young brains and for a while we thought insipid white Gospel is what Jazz is all about. In 67 he smartly decided to go with the flow and released an LP on the smartest of labels the club of the stars. A most unlikely choice and note by note just the same arrangement as on the original UK-Freakbeatsters The Southern Sound.
And, yes, there still is some soil unplowed, the toture never stops Striking platinum after decades of gold digging is quite an unlikely affair, but just what happened when we occasionally stumbled over the unlabeled private pressing released by The Chatles in Needless to say that the band called Berlin West their home.
Both sides are essential and in a moment of madness we decided to give you full charge instead of making you chew your fingernails waiting for Vol. Next is another 45 from 65, again no label but at least an address.
Ha, studio! This one sounds like recorded in a trashcan. Rufus Thomas would deny any paternity But 3 of the 4 tracks on their record are more than pleasing The Subjects were W.
Brцhl, G. Hawle, F. Haas and P. Their once again labelless 7" has an even weirder flipside called "German Measles", but you probably know this one from "Visions Of The Past 4" Just wait for the organ grinder drowning in an orgon tank. Willi Reich would have loved this one A fifth still in the can and we feel more than honoured by the permission of the band to include "Please Go" on Vol. You may remember The Wild Cats from Goslar. The A-side of their 7" was on Vol.
But her debut from 66 is just good clean fun and light-years away from adult education soon to come with City Preachers, I. Company or Atlantis A gas explosion leads to the collapse of one corner of the Ronan Point housing highrise, killing 4. US submarine "Scorpion" sinks with 99 aboard. The Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett: The Rolling Stones: Arson attack on the stock exchange; de Gaulle promises a referendum on the constitution in a television address.
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