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Barry Ryan is a English pop singer. The son of pop singer Marion Ryan, Ryan and his twin brother Paul began to perform at the age of 16. In 1965 they signed a recording contract with Decca and, under the name of "Paul & Barry Ryan", brought out singles such as "Don't Bring Me Your Heartaches" (1965), "Have Pity on the Boy" (1966) and "Missy Missy" (1966). His stepfather was the American agent and music promoter Harold Davison. When it turned out that Ryan's brother was unable to cope any longer with the stress connected with show business, the brothers decided that Paul would write the songs which Ryan would interpret as a solo artist. Their greatest success as a composer-singer duo, now for MGM Records, was "Eloise" (1968), melodramatic and heavily orchestrated. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. Later singles included "Love Is Love" (also 1968), "The Hunt" (1969), "Magical Spiel" (1970) and "Kitsch" (1970).

01 - Theme To Eutopia
02 - Why Do You Cry My Love
03 - The Colour Of My Love
04 - Crazy Days
05 - Eloise
06 - My Mama
07 - I Will Bring You Love
08 - Love Is On The Way
09 - What's That Sleeping In My Bed
10 - You Don't Know What You're Doing
11 - Kristan Astra Bella
12 - The Hunt
13 - Sunday Theme
14 - Swallow Fly Away
15 - Sunrise In The Morning
16 - Isn't That Wild
17 - Man Alive
18 - Makin' Eyes
19 - No Living Without Her Love
20 - Sea Of Tranquility
21 - I See You
22 - Feeling Unwell
23 - Where Have You Been
24 - Look To The Right, Look To The Left
25 - Oh For The Love Of Me

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The Neon Philharmonic (formed 1967) was a psychedelic  pop  band led by songwriter and conductor Tupper Saussy and singer Don Gant. They released their only two albums in 1969, and they scored a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart  with "Morning Girl", when it hit the Top Forty in May of that year and rose to number 17 on the chart. The band hit the charts again with "Heighdy-Ho Princess" in 1970. The group was produced by Saussy, Gant, and Bob McCluskey, and engineered by Ronald Gant, Don's brother. The group disbanded in 1975 after releasing numerous non-album singles. The Moth Confesses is the 1969 debut album by the band. Described as "A Phonograph Opera," it was inspired, according to the liner notes, by a production of Samuel Barber's Antony and Cleopatra, which Saussy attended after The New York Times claimed that it was a terrible opera, and wanted to see what a terrible opera looked like, which he surmised was its deliberate attempt to appeal to a one-time audience. In response, he conceived this album as a condensed opera, with a moth-like protagonist, focused on the "literary theme" of desperation. Saussy did not imagine it could be staged like Tommy, but offered it up as a challenge.

01 - Brilliant colors
02 - Cowboy
03 - The new life out there
04 - Morning girl
05 - Midsummer night
06 - Little sparrow
07 - The last time I saw Jacqueline
08 - Morning girl, later

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Late 60s psychedelic hippie west coast rockers who had a hit single 'We got a long way to go' which brought this UK band some success in 1967. Released in late 1969, Aurora was the finale of a two-album career at Capitol, but this San Jose trio had been a singles act on RCA as far back as 1966. The Cream/Beatles influence is hightened especially on 'Gettin' On's Gettin' Rough', 'The Necromancer', 'The Kibitzer'  and 'A Common Thief'

01 - Gettin' On's Gettin' Rough
02 - Jim Dandy
03 - A Common Thief
04 - The Kibitzer
05 - Inca Treasure
06 - Daddy's Claim
07 - Sweetest Thing
08 - Mad Lynn Ball
09 - The Necromancer

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Strawbs (or The Strawbs) are a rock  band founded in 1964 in England. They started out as a bluegrass band and eventually moved on to other styles (folk rock, glam rock, progressive rock). They were originally known as the Strawberry Hill Boys. Their long-time leader and most active songwriter is guitarist and singer Dave Cousins (guitar, dulcimer, banjo, vocals). In the early days Strawbs played with Sandy Denny (later lead singer of Fairport Convention and Fotheringay). Although they started out in the sixties as a bluegrass band, the Strawberry Hill Boys' repertoire soon shifted to favour their own (mainly Cousins') material. They were the first UK signing to Herb Alpert's A&M Records and recorded their first single "Oh How She Changed" b/w "Or Am I Dreaming" in 1968, which was produced and arranged by two highly influential seventies’ producers, Gus Dudgeon and Tony Visconti, who also worked on their critically acclaimed first album, Strawbs, which was released in 1969. Although that first single was issued in the U.S. on A&M, neither of their first two A&M LP's were issued in the US until around 1975. Bursting at the Seams is a 1973 studio album by Strawbs. It contains their two most successful singles and reached number 2 in the UK Album Chart.

01 - Flying
02 - Lady Fuschia
03 - Stormy Down
04 - The River
05 - Down By The Sea
06 - Part Of The Union
07 - Tears And Pavan
08 - The Winter & The Summer
09 - Lay Down
10 - Thank You
11 - Will You Go
12 - Backside
13 - Lay Down(Single Version)

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The Royal Guardsmen are a rock  band from Ocala, Florida, a sextet originally composed of Bill Balough (bass), John Burdett (drums), Chris Nunley (vocals), Tom Richards (guitar), Billy Taylor (organ), and Barry Winslow (vocals/guitar). Rick Cosner replaced John Burdett on drums in 2006. The current band performs regularly around the United States. Originally known as the Posmen, the band adopted their anglophile moniker during the British Invasion, led by The Beatles and other British artists. They achieved fame with their second (vinyl) single, "Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron" in 1966, which was also the title of their first album the same year. It soon reached #2 in the U.S.  Billboard Hot 100, remaining in the bestsellers for 12 weeks, with an eventual one million sale in early 1967 and a gold record from the R.I.A.A. in February 1967. The original group split in 1969. The Royal Guardsmen are currently making a comeback; in December 2006 they released a new Snoopy song, "Snoopy vs. Osama", which has become a hit on The Dr. Demento Show.

The Royal Guardsmen - 1967 - Snoopy & His Friends



01 - The Story Of Snoopy Versus The Red Baron
02 - Snoopy Versus The Red Baron
03 - The Story Of The Return Of The Red Baron
04 - The Return Of The Red Baron
05 - The Story Of Snoopy's Christmas
06 - Snoopys Christmas
07 - I Say Love
08 - Down Behind The Lines
09 - I'ts Sopwith Camel Time
10 - So Right To Be In Love
11 - Airplane Song My Airplane
12 - It Kinda Looks Like Christmas
13 - Lil Red Riding Hood

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The Royal Guardsmen - 1967 - The Return of the Red Baron




01 - Airplane Song (My Airplane)
02 - I'm A Man
03 - Any Wednesday
04 - Shot Down
05 - I'm Not Gonna Stay
06 - So You Want To Be A Rock 'n Roll Star
07 - Return Of The Red Baron
08 - Gimme Some Lovin'
09 - Om
10 - Searchin' For The Good Times
11 - I Need You Girl
12 - Leaving Me

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Simon & Garfunkel are an American singer-songwriter duo consisting of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. They formed the group Tom &  Jerry in 1957, and had their first taste of success with the minor hit "Hey, Schoolgirl". As Simon & Garfunkel, the duo rose to fame in 1965, backed by the hit single "The Sounds of Silence". Their music was featured in the landmark film The Graduate, propelling them further into the public consciousness. Live from New York City, 1967 is an album recorded at Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, on 22 January 1967. The album was released on the Columbia Legacy label on 16 July 2002. The performance is noteworthy in that it is the first official live release by Simon and Garfunkel recorded in the 1960s. As it was recorded in 1967, before Simon and Garfunkel gained fame with the movie The Graduate, it features many of the duo's early hits and album tracks, such as "Leaves That Are Green", "He Was My Brother", and "For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her".

01 - He Was My Brother
02 - Leaves That Are Green
03 - Sparrow
04 - Homeward Bound
05 - You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies
06 - A Most Peculiar Man
07 - The 59Th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
08 - The Dangling Conversation
09 - Richard Cory
10 - A Hazy Shade Of Winter
11 - Benedictus
12 - Blessed
13 - A Poem On The Underground Wall
14 - Anji
15 - I Am A Rock
16 - The Sound Of Silence
17 - For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
18 - A Church Is Burning
19 - Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.

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Frankie Valli is an American musician, most famous as frontman of The Four Seasons. He is well-known for his unusually powerful falsetto  singing voice. Valli, Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi, and Bob Gaudio, (the original members of The Four Seasons), were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999. Valli scored 29 Top 40 hits with The 4 Seasons, one Top 40 hit under The 4 Seasons' alias 'The Wonder Who?', and nine Top 40 hits as a solo artist. As a member of The 4 Seasons, Valli's number one hits included "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Walk Like a Man," "Rag Doll" and "December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)." As a solo artist, Valli scored #1 hits with the songs "My Eyes Adored You" and "Grease." Valli's recording of the song "Can't Take My Eyes off You" reached #2 in 1967. "You're Ready Now," a Valli solo recording from 1966, became a surprise hit in Great Britain, as part of the Northern soul scene and hit number 11 on the British pop charts in December 1970. This compilation is from the early years, recorded under different names (The Four Seasons released their first single in 1961 and the name Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is from 1967).

01 - Four Lovers - Pucker Up
02 - Four Lovers - My Life For Your Love
03 - Frankie Tyler - I Go Ape
04 - Frankie Tyler - If You Care
05 - Frankie Vally - Please Take A Chance
06 - Frankie Vally - It May Be Wrong
07 - Frankie Valley And The Travelers - Forgive And Forget
08 - Frankie Valley And The Travelers - Somebody Else Took Her Home
09 - Frankie Valle And The Romans - Come Si Bella
10 - Frankie Valle And The Romans - Real (This Is Real)
11 - Frankie Valley - My Mother's Eyes
12 - Frankie Valley - The Laugh's On Me
13 - Billy Dixon And The Topics - Trance
14 - Billy Dixon And The Topics - I Am All Alone
15 - Billy Dixon And The Topics - Lost Lullabye
16 - Hal Miller And The Rays - An Angel Cried
17 - Johnny Halo - Betty Jean
18 - Alex Alda - Little Pony
19 - Rays - Bright Brown Eyes
20 - Topics - The Girl In My Dreams
21 - John Corey - Pollyanna
22 - Miss Frankie Nolan - I Still Care
23 - Van Trevor - A Fling Of The Past
24 - Van Trevor - C'mon Now Baby
25 - Kokomos - No Lies
26 - Larry Lee - Little Lana
27 - Four Kings - One Night
28 - Four Kings - Lonely Lovers
29 - Jonathan Marcus - What About Me
30 - Four Lovers - Your The Apple Of My Eye (live)
31 - Four Lovers - Please Don't Leave Me (live)
32 - Four Seasons - Things Go Better With Coke
33 - Four Seasons - Cousin Brucie Go Go

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Gary Puckett & The Union Gap was an American  pop rock group operating in the late 1960s. Their biggest hits were "Woman, Woman", "Young Girl", and "Lady Willpower". Singer Gary Puckett grew up in Yakima, Washington - close to the city of Union Gap - and Twin Falls, Idaho. He began playing guitar in his teens, and graduated from Twin Falls High School before attending college in San Diego, California. There, he quit college and played in several local bands before joining the Outcasts in 1966, a local hard rock group comprising bassist Kerry Chater, keyboardist  Gary 'Mutha' Withem, tenor saxophonist Dwight Bement, and drummer Paul Wheatbread. Under manager Dick Badger, the band were renamed The Union Gap in early 1967, and kitted themselves out with Union Army-style Civil War uniforms as a visual gimmick. The Union Gap was disbanded after an appearance at the 1971 Orange County Fair.

01 - Woman, Woman
02 - M'Lady
03 - By The Time I Get To Phoenix
04 - Paindrops
05 - Believe Me
06 - I Want A New Day
07 - Kentucky Woman
08 - My Son
09 - To Love Somebody
10 - Don't Make Promises
11 - Young Girl
12 - Lady Madonna
13 - Kiss Me Goodbye
14 - The Pleasure Of Love
15 - Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife
16 - I'm Losing You
17 - Honey (I Miss You)
18 - The Might Quinn
19 - Wait Till The Sun Shines On You
20 - (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone
21 - Don't Give In To Him
22 - Lady Willpower
23 - Let's Give Adam & Eve Another Chance
24 - Over You
25 - This Girl Is A Woman Now
26 - Looking Glass
27 - Keep The Customer Satisfied
28 - Every Hour

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Santo & Johnny were an Italian-American rock and roll duo from Brooklyn comprising brothers Santo and Johnny Farina. They are best known for their instrumental  "Sleep Walk," which became a regional hit and eventually reached #1 on the pop charts when it was released nationally.

01 - A Hard Day's Night
02 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
03 - She Loves You
04 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
05 - Beatle Blues
06 - I Saw Her Standing There
07 - And I Love Her
08 - All My Loving
09 - P S I Love You
10 - Please Please Me
11 - The Beatle Stomp
12 - Can't Buy Me Love

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Band from Auburn,NY. Anne Sarofeen (vocals), Ed "Duke" Shanahan (guitar), Dave Arliss (bass), John "Zilch" Martin (keyboards, harmonica, guitar), Jim Watts (drums, percussion). Sarofeen's vocal style has been compared to Janis Joplin, Ellen McIllwaine, & the Shocking Blue's Mariska Veres.

01 - Susan Jane
02 - Cream Of Nowhere
03 - It's Love
04 - Lady Tragedy
05 - Swamp Man
06 - You Made It So Hard
07 - Witch
08 - Tomorrow
09 - Rocky Mountain Blues

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The Incredible String Band was a psychedelic folk band formed in Scotland in 1965. The band built a considerable following, especially within British counterculture, before splitting up in 1974. The group's members are musical pioneers in psych folk and, by integrating a wide variety of traditional music forms and instruments, in the development of world music. The group reformed in 1999 and continued to perform until 2006.

The Incredible String Band - 1968 - The Big Huge



Wee Tam and the Big Huge is the fourth album by the band, released in Europe as both a double LP and separate single LPs in November 1968. In the US, however, the two discs were released separately as Wee Tam and The Big Huge.

01 - Maya
02 - Grreatest Friend
03 - Son Of Noah's Brother
04 - Lordly Nightshade
05 - Mountain Of God
06 - Cousin Caterpillar
07 - Iron Stone
08 - Douglas Traherne Harding
09 - Circle Is Unbroken

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The Incredible String Band - 1969 - Changing Horses



Changing Horses is the fifth album by the Incredible String Band. It was the first record released by the band after they had openly given up drugs (which had played an undeniable role in their image and sound in the late 60s up to that point), alluded to in one of the tracks, White Bird, as well as, more explicitly, in the album title. It is also the first album they recorded following their collective conversion to the Church of Scientology - which was indeed their reason for giving up drugs.

01 - Big Ted
02 - White Bird
03 - Dust Be Diamonds
04 - Sleeper's Awake
05 - Mr And Mrs
06 - Creation

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