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Flamin' Groovies were an American rock music band of the 1960s and 1970s. They began in San Francisco in 1965, founded by Ron Greco, Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney. They are perhaps best known for their song "Shake Some Action", which was later featured in the 1995 movie Clueless. The group have been called one of the forerunners to punk rock. Their first album, 1969's Supersnazz, featured Jordan (guitar, vocals), Loney (guitar, vocals), George Alexander (bass, harmonica, vocals), Tim Lynch (guitar, harmonica, vocals) and Danny Mihm (drums). Some critics have pointed to its unsuitable production, and it contained both re-creations of 1950s rock and roll and more melodic songs that anticipated the power pop movement of the 1970s — a genre to which the Flamin' Groovies would eventually contribute significant work. Their second album, 1970's Flamingo, released in 1970, was considered by critics to be a stronger effort. Following their departure from Epic, it was the first of their two Kama Sutra albums.

01 - Gonna Rock Tonite
02 - Comin' After Me
03 - Headin' For the Texas Border
04 - Sweet Roll Me On Down
05 - Keep A Knockin'
06 - Second Cousin
07 - Childhood's End
08 - Jailbait
09 - She's Falling Apart
10 - Road House
11 - My Girl Josephine
12 - Around and Around
13 - Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
14 - Somethin' Else
15 - Rumble
16 - Going Out Theme

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The Marmalade began 1970 by appearing on the BBC's highly rated review of the sixties music scene Pop Go The Sixties, performing Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da live on the show broadcast on BBC 1, January 1, 1970. Following a change of record label to Decca Records, under a deal allowing them to write and produce their own songs, they recorded what would become their biggest worldwide hit. Topping the charts in Europe, (a Top 10 in United States, and #1 in most of South America), the melancholy "Reflections of My Life", written by Campbell and Ford, featured a backwards guitar solo by Campbell. "Reflections of My Life" has recorded over two million sales and the writers were awarded a Special Citation of Achievement in 1998 by BMI in attaining radio broadcast performances in excess of one million in the US alone.

01 - Super Clean Jean
02 - Carolina On My Mind
03 - I'll Be Home (In A Day Or So)
04 - And Yours Is A Piece Of Mine
05 - Some Other Guy
06 - Kaleidoscope
07 - Dear John
08 - Fight Say The Mighty
09 - Reflections Of My Life
10 - Life Is

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Teenage Head is The Flamin' Groovies third studio album, released in 1971. Released the same year as The Rolling Stones' classic album Sticky Fingers, Mick Jagger reportedly noticed the similarities between the albums and thought the Flamin' Groovies did the better take on the theme of classic blues and rock 'n roll revisited in a modern context.

01 - High Flyin' Baby
02 - City Lights
03 - Have You Seen My Baby
04 - Yesterday's Numbers
05 - Teenage Head
06 - 32-20
07 - Evil Hearted Ada
08 - Doctor Boogie
09 - Whiskey Woman
10 - Shakin' All Over
11 - That'll Be The Day
12 - Louie Louie
13 - Walkin' The Dog
14 - Scratch My Back
15 - Carol
16 - Going Out Theme (Version 2)

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Marmalade were a successful Scottish pop rock group, from the east end of Glasgow, originally formed in 1961 as "The Gaylords", later "Dean Ford and The Gaylords". In 1966, they changed the group name to 'The Marmalade'. The most successful period for the band, in terms of record success, was between 1968 and 1972. A later version of the band (from 1975 with various further personnel changes) exists to this day, although with the departure of Graham Knight, ( reported on the bands "official" website) in September 2010, there are now no original members remaning in the band.

01 - Lovin' Things
02 - Wait For Me Marianne
03 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
04 - Baby Make It Soon
05 - Reflections Of My Life
06 - Rainbow
07 - My Little One
08 - Cousin Norman
09 - Back On The Road
10 - Radancer
11 - Heartbreaker
12 - Heavens Above
13 - I Gave Up
14 - Listen To My Heart
15 - It's Still Rock'n'roll To Me
16 - Let My Love Open The Door
17 - Can't You Feel The Thunder
18 - What Are You Gonna Do
19 - Good Luck To You
20 - Fallin' Apart At The Seams

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1335 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-11



Very rare Groovies LP with live, rehersal and studio items 71-72. "Home to Roost" is a compilation consisting of studio recordings, taken from various sources, plus several concert recorded in San Francisco in 1971.

01 - I Can't Explain
02 - Little Queenie
03 - Married Woman
04 - Get A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
05 - Talahassee Lassie
06 - You Tore Me Down
07 - Him Or Me
08 - Jumpin' Jack Flash
09 - Blues From Phillys
10 - Let Me Rock
11 - Dog Meat
12 - Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller
13 - Slow Death

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The Flamin Groovies - 1978 - Feel A Whole Lot Better (Single)



Cut from Flamin' Groovies Now! of 1978

01 - Feel A Whole Lot Better
02 - Paint It Black
03 - Shake Some Action

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1572 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-11

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