The most complete collection of Beatles acetates. 1958 - Quarryman - In Spite Of All The Danger 1961 - Ain't She Sweet - Ain't She Sweet (Mono Acetate) 1962 - Kansas City - Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey (Excerpt) 1962 - Some Other Guy 1963 - Bad To Me One And One Is Two - Bad-Nfs 1963 - Bad To Me One And One Is Two - One 1963 - Bad To Me One And One Is Two - One2 1964 - A Hard Day's Night - Andi 1964 - A Hard Day's Night - Fell 1964 - A Hard Day's Night - Hdn 1964 - She's A Woman - She's a woman 5 1964 - She's A Woman - She's a woman 6 1965 - 12-Bar Original - 12 Bar-Acetates 1965 - 12-Bar Original - 12 Bar 1-2-R 1965 - Help! - Another girl 1965 - Help! - Help 1965 - Help! - Hide your love away 1965 - Help! - Like me too much 1965 - Help! - Lose that girl 1965 - Help! - Need you 1965 - Help! - Night before 1965 - Help! - Ticket 1965 - Help! - Yes 1966 - Paperback Writer - Paperback 1-2 1966 - Paperback Writer - Paperback rm1Hdg1 1966 - Paperback Writer - Paperback rs3Acec 1966 - Tour 66 - Beatle Tour - Side One 1966 - Tour 66 - Beatle Tour - Side Two 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Bluejay rm1 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Bluejay rs 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Flying 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Fool tk1 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Mmtrm 4 Mono 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Mmtrm 7 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Mother 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Walrus rm 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Walrus rm4 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour - Walrus x 1967 - Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up - Step 1967 - Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up - Step2 1967 - Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up - Stepcilla 1967 - Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up - Wireless 1967 - Sgt. Pepper's - Life 1967 - Sgt. Pepper's - Sff 1967 - Sgt. Pepper's - Sgt 1968 - Kenny Everett Interview - Kenny 1968 - Kenny Everett Interview - Kenny acetate 1968 - Kenny Everett Interview - Kenny beebs 1968 - White - Bday 1968 - White - Blues 1968 - White - Guilty 1968 - White - Helter 1968 - White - Monkey 1968 - White - Revolution 9 1968 - White - Tired 1 1968 - White - Tired 2 1968 - White - Ussr 1969 - John Lennon - Cold turkey 1 1969 - John Lennon - Cold turkey 2 1969 - John Lennon - Cold turkey demo 1 1969 - John Lennon - Cold turkey demo 2 1969 - John Lennon - Cold turkey demo 3 1969 - John Lennon - Item 1 1969 - John Lennon - Kyoko 1969 - John Lennon - Mary Jane rs4 1969 - John Lennon - Mary Jane rs4 Edit 1969 - John Lennon - Mary Jane rs5 1969 - John Lennon - Mary Jane rs6 1969 - John Lennon - You know my name 1970 - And In The End - Goodbye 1970 - And In The End - I me mine-Jb1 1970 - And In The End - I me mine-Jb2 1970 - And In The End - I want you 1970 - And In The End - Let it be 1970 - And In The End - L w road 1970 - And In The End - Something 1970 - Get Back - Dont Let Me Down (video) 1970 - Get Back - Get Back (video) 1970 - Get Back - Get Back(Complete) 1970 - Get Back - Kmet 1970 - Get Back - Let it be (2Leads) 1970 - Get Back - Teddy boy 2 LINK Part 1LINK Part 2LINK Part 3LINK Part 4
The Wanderer is a compilation (1989), with the best of 1958-63. 01 - A Teenager In Love 02 - Runaround Sue 03 - No One Knows 04 - Sandy 05 - The Wanderer 06 - Where Or When 07 - Every Little Thing I Do 08 - Born To Cry 09 - When You Wish Upon A Star 10 - Love Came To Me 11 - The Majestic 12 - Don't Pity Me 13 - Lonely Teenager 14 - Lovers Who Wander 15 - A Lover's Prayer 16 - In The Still Of The Night 17 - Little Diane 18 - I Wonder Why LINK
The Trade Winds was an American pop group formed in Providence, Rhode Island. The group's members were Peter Andreoli (aka Peter Anders) and Vincent Poncia, Jr., and had previously had a hit single together (with a third member, Norman Marzano) under the name The Videls with a song called "Mr. Lonely", which hit #73 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1960. After a few further single releases, The Videls folded, and Anders and Poncia began writing tunes with Phil Spector for groups such as The Ronettes and The Crystals. Recording under the name The Trade Winds in 1965, they released several singles and scored two more U.S. hits, "New York's a Lonely Town" (#32, 1965) and the psychedelic-tinged "Mind Excursion" (#51, 1966). In 1966 they changed their name to The Innocence, recorded a full-length eponymous album, and had two further hit singles, "There's Got to Be a Word!" (U.S. #34, 1966) and "Mairzy Doats" (U.S. #75, 1967). Following the LP release the duo released another album under the name Anders & Poncia on Warner Bros. Records in 1969, and shortly after broke up. Poncia later went on to produce material for artists such as Ringo Starr, Melissa Manchester and Kiss. 01 - There's Got To Be A Word (Beyond The Meaning Of Love) 02 - Mairzy Doats 03 - Someone Got Caught In My Eye 04 - All I Ask 05 - Your Show Is Over 06 - A Lifetime Lovin' You 07 - Whence I Make Thee Mine 08 - It's Not Gonna Take Too Long 09 - All I Do Is Think About You 10 - I Don't Wanna Be Around You 11 - Do You Believe In Magic LINK
Very limited edition of 500 copies of this much sought after 1969 UK heavy progressive rock album that was released on Larry Page's label. Featuring some stunning fluid guitar work and swirling keyboard flourishes this great album mixes psych/progressive covers of "Reach Out I'll Be There," "Delilah," and "Peaches En Regalia" with some fine originals.(RYM). A progressive rock outfit from Southampton whose music was characterised by a heavy organ and guitar sound. Their album included a rework of Frank Zappa's Peaches en Regalia, but their finest moment was their Morning Sun 45 for Fontana, which was written and produced by the Spencer Davis Group. Their version of Hot Smoke and Sassafras can also be heard on Glimpses, Vol. 1. They relied a lot on cover versions on their 45s; Sweet Tasting Wine (Tony Colton), Trying To Find Another Man (Righteous Brothers oldie) and Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran).(Eliahu). Patrick Bell - sax, Barry Curtis - organ, Christopher Feruson - guitars, Francis Gordon - guitars, Jimmy Warwick - vocals, guitars and Martin Clark - bass. 01 - P.M. 02 - Rock Island Line 03 - Train and a River 04 - Reach Out I'll be There 05 - Funky Hoe 06 - Season of the Rain 07 - Native Land 08 - North Canadian Paradise 09 - Delilah 10 - Peaches En Regalia LINK
Black Widow were a rock band that formed in Leicester, England in September 1969. The band were mostly known for its early use of satanic and occult imagery in their music and stage act. The band were often confused with the better-known heavy metal band Black Sabbath, but the bands were only superficially similar. The band originally formed in 1966 as Pesky Gee! with Kay Garrett (lead vocals), Kip Trevor (lead vocals, guitar and harmonica), Chris Dredge (guitar), Bob Bond (bass guitar), Clive Box (drums and piano), Jess "Zoot" Taylor (organ), Clive Jones (saxophone and flute). Disbanded in 1972. 01 - Sleigh Ride 02 - More Than A Day 03 - You're So Wrong 04 - The Waves 05 - Part Of A New Day 06 - When Will You Know 07 - Floating 08 - Pictures In My Head 09 - I See You LINK
Tucky Buzzard were a British hard rock band formed in 1969 by three former members of The End. Band members were David Brown (bass), Paul Francis (drums), Nick Graham (keyboards), Jimmy Henderson (vocals), Chris Johnson (drums), Terry Taylor (guitar), Paul Kendrick (guitar, vocals). Tucky Buzzard produced a total of five albums between 1969 and 1973. The band are notable as their producer was Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones. Terry Taylor has worked on a number of musical compositions with Bill Wyman and has played with Bill Wyman in a number of his bands, Willy and The Poor Boys, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, since Bill left The Rolling Stones. In 2006 Tucky Buzzard was featured in an article called Top 6 Classic Rock Bands You Never Knew You Didn't Know written by Dave White. This is a compilation from 2005. Disc 1 01 - Time Will Be Your Doctor 02 - Stainless Steel Lady 03 - Sally Shotgun 04 - Gu Gu Gu 05 - My Friend 06 - Pisces Apple Lady 07 - She's Meat 08 - Ace The Face 09 - Whiskey Eyes 10 - Rolling Cloud 11 - Mistreating Women 12 - (She's A) Striker 13 - Fill You In 14 - Need Your Love 15 - Which Way, When For Why Disc 2 01 - Burnin' 02 - Heartbreaker 03 - Sky Balloon 04 - Ain't Too Soon 05 - Over The Hill Coming On Again (Part 2) Believe Me Here I Am 06 - You're All Alone 07 - You Never Will 08 - Free Ticket 09 - Lady Fair LINK
British '60s rock obscurities with focus from mid-'60s British Invasion music to late-'60s U.K. hard rock and psychedelia. Compilation released in Israel Disc 1 01 - David John & The Mood - Bring It To Jerome 02 - Mickie Most - Money Honey 03 - The Cherokees - Dig A Little Deeper 04 - David John & The Mood - I Love To See You Strut 05 - The Bo Street Runners - Love To You 06 - Miki Dallon - I'll Give You Love 07 - The Nashville Teens - Revived 45 Time 08 - The Bo Street Runners - Lonely Avenue 09 - Mickie Most - That's Allright 10 - The Firing Squad - Bullmoose 11 - The Syndicats - Crawdaddy Simone 12 - The Mickey Finn - Garden Of My Mind 13 - The Bo Street Runners - Bo Street Runner 14 - The Firing Squad - Little Bit More 15 - The Nashville Teens - Forbidden Fruit 16 - Duffy Power - I Saw Her Standing There 17 - The Mickey Finn - Time To Start Loving You 18 - The Bo Street Runners - Shame, Shame, Shame 19 - The Arizona Swamp Comp - Train Keeps Rollin' 20 - The Moquettes - The Wrong Yo Yo 21 - Duffy Power - Farewell Baby 22 - The Mickey Finn - This Sporting Life 23 - The Attraction - Party Line 24 - The Arizona Swamp Comp - Tennessee Woman 25 - The Mickey Finn - Night Comes Down 26 - The Attraction - She's A Girl Disc 2 01 - The Craig - It Must Be Mad 02 - The Moody Blues - People Gotta Go 03 - The Beat Merchants - Pretty Face 04 - The Marauders - That's What I Want 05 - The Stylos - Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye 06 - The Mike Cotton Sound - I Don't Wanna Know 07 - The Craig - Suspense 08 - Johnny Deen & The Deacons - It's Alright 09 - The Beat Merchants - Messin' With The Man 10 - The Thyrds - Hide 'n' Seek 11 - The Stylos - Head Over Heels 12 - The Valkyries - What's Your Name 13 - The Bo Street Runners - Drive My Car 14 - Four Just Men - Things Will Never Be The Same 15 - Johnny Deen & The Deacons - Shotgun 16 - The Marauders - Hey Wha' D' Ya Say 17 - The Blackwells - All I Want Is Your Love 18 - The Bo Street Runners - So Very Woman 19 - The Craig - Dancing Down In New Orleans 20 - Barry St. John - Bred And Butter 21 - Wayne Gibson - Under My Thumb 22 - The Federals - Twilight Time 23 - The Valkyries - Rip It Up 24 - Four Just Men - That's My Baby 25 - The Thyrds - No Time Like The Presents 26 - Danny Rivers & The River Men - Movin' In Disc 3 01 - Exceptions - The Eagle Flies On Friday 02 - Julien Covay & The Machines - A Little Bit Hurt 03 - Tony Jackson - Walk Walk Walk 04 - John Bull Breed - Can't Chance A Breakup 05 - Mark Four - Hurt Me If You Will 06 - A Wild Uncertainty - A Man With Money 07 - Darwin's Theory - Daytime 08 - Loose Ends - The People Away 09 - Gerry Levene & The Avengers - Dr. Feelgood 10 - Dakotas - The Spider And The Fly 11 - Jynx - How 12 - Kirkbys - It's A Crime 13 - Nerve - Piece By Piece 14 - Mal Rydel & The Spirits - Forget It 15 - Tony Jackson - Follow Me 16 - V.I.P.'s - I Wanna Be Free 17 - Nashville Teens - Poor Boy 18 - Brian Diamond & The Cutters - Big Bad Wolf 19 - Ace Kefford Stand - For Your Love 20 - Simon Scott - Move It Baby 21 - Mickey Finn - I Still Want You 22 - Darwin's Theory - All The Time Clementine 23 - Tony Rivers & The Castaways - Shake Shake Shake 24 - Mickey Finn - Feelin' And Rockin' 25 - Muleskinners - Need Your Loving LINK Part 1LINK Part 2LINK Part 3
Little Wheel Spin and Spin was the third album by Buffy Sainte-Marie, released in 1966. Although it became her only album to (albeit briefly) reach the Billboard Top 100, it failed to provide any notable standards covered by pop artists. Its most famous song is the epic "My Country 'Tis of Thy People You're Dying", which displayed a native perspective on the colonisation of North America. In contrast to her first two albums which were entirely acoustic with occasional use of her distinctive mouthbow, parts of Little Wheel Spin and Spin added electric guitar by Bruce Langhorne, string arrangements by Felix Pappalardi or feature fellow Native American performer Patrick Sky on guitar with Sainte-Marie. This served to pave the way for Sainte-Marie's stylistic experiments on her remaining Vanguard albums, where she covered territory ranging from country to rock to experimental music. 01 - Little Wheel Spin And Spin 02 - House Carpenter 03 - Waly, Waly 04 - Rolling Log Blues 05 - My Country 'tis Of Thy People 06 - Men Of The Fields 07 - Timeless Love 08 - Sir Patrick Spens 09 - Poor Man's Daughter 10 - Lady Margaret 11 - Sometimes When I Get To Thinki 12 - Winter Boy LINK
This 5 piece group featured members of Killing Floor and Crushed Butler, and was led by USA singer Jeff Pasternak who gave them a West-coast flavour. Recorded in 1969 and produced by legendary 60's Radio Luxembourg disc jockey Emperor Rosko. The LP contains all the ever recorded, all unreleased until 2000.(Psychodelicje). Jeff Pasternak - lead vocals, Chris Gibbons - guitars, Darryl Read - drums, Stewart McDonald - bass and Lou Martin - organ, piano. 01 - What Are You Doing (In The Rain) 02 - For The Rest Of Our Lives 03 - Natural Man 04 - Please Tell Me Why 05 - Clock Without A Face 06 - How Do Ya Like It 07 - Hearts In The Junction 08 - Step Around It 09 - Try Another Motor 10 - 'til The New Light Shines LINK
The GTO's were a "groupie group" that consisted of Miss Pamela (Pamela Ann Miller, later Pamela Des Barres), Miss Sparky (Linda Sue Parker), Miss Lucy (Lucy Offerall, later Lucy McLaren), Miss Christine (Christine Frka), Miss Sandra (Sandra Lynn Rowe, later Sandra Leano), Miss Mercy (Mercy Fontentot, aka Judith Edra Peters) and Miss Cynderella (Cynthia Wells, later Cynthia Cale-Binion). The group hailed from the area around Los Angeles in the late 1960s, with most of the girls being denizens of the Sunset Strip scene. Originally known as "The Laurel Canyon Ballet Company," they changed their name to The GTO's on the advice of Frank Zappa, their financial supporter and producer. The new name is an acronym which, as Stanley Booth wrote, could mean "Girls Together Outrageously or Orally or anything else starting with O." Their only album, Permanent Damage, was released in 1969. 01 - The Eureka Springs Garbage Lady 02 - Miss Pamela And Miss Sparky Discuss Stuffed Bras And Some Of Their Early Gym Class Experiences 03 - Who's Jim Sox 04 - Kansas And The Bto's 05 - The Captain's Fat Theresa Shoes 06 - Wouldn't It Be Sad If There Were No Cones 07 - Do Me In Once And I'll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice And I'll Know Better (Circular Circulation) 08 - The Moche Monster Review 09 - Tv Lives 10 - Rodney 11 - I Have A Paintbrush In My Hand To Color A Triangle 12 - Miss Christine's First Conversation With The Plaster Casters Of Chicago 13 - The Original Gto's 14 - The Ghost Chained To The Past, Present, And Future (Shock Treatment) 15 - Love On An Eleven Year Old Level 16 - Miss Pamela's First Conversation With The Plaster Casters Of Chicago 17 - I'm In Love With The Ooo-Ooo Man LINK
Pete Zorn is an American multi-instrumentalist who has played with some of the biggest names in roots music. He is currently most famous for providing live backing for Richard Thompson and his band, where he switches between acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, mandolin, Tenor, Baritone and Sopranino saxophone, flute, tin whistle and vocals at various points during the set. Although he frequently tours with Thompson, Zorn has also played with many other singers and groups including Arizona Smoke Review formed by older brother Bill Zorn, Show of Hands, the Phil Beer Band, Elaine Paige, Thomas Anders, Barbara Dickson and his band WAZ which currently features folk legend Steve Tilston. He also appeared in the UK Top 10 in 1979 as part of Driver 67 with his brother in law, Paul Phillips on the single, "Car 67". He and Phillips met when Zorn came to London with Fishbaugh, Fishbaugh and Zorn, a three-piece folk rock band signed to CBS Records in London. Because of his talent on so many instruments and a remarkable vocal range, Zorn became a staple of many sessions produced by Phillips in the early and mid-Seventies. After the hit with Car 67, they made an album called Hey Mister Record Man, under the name Tax Loss. Bill and Conrad Zorn also played. 01 - Love Comes Around 02 - Hint Of A Freeze 03 - I Owe Her My Life 04 - This Time Around 05 - Door Into Tomorrow 06 - Leave Me Alone (Let Me Rock 'n'roll) 07 - Rock & Roll 08 - Spaced On Happy 09 - Children Are Wandering 10 - Red (Became The Colour Of Spring) 11 - Sorrows From Your Dreams 12 - That Sweet Sweet Music 13 - So Deep LINK
This band, along with Sir Lord Baltimore, Yesterday's Children et al were among the East Coast's premier heavy blasters of the post-psychedelic era. Check out I Just Don't Know and Evolmia from their amazing first album on Atlantic. The second album has longer, less structured cuts with seemingly endless guitar soloing... nevertheless, both are recommended. The first album was produced by Warren Schatz and Stephen Schlaks. Peter Alongi (guitar, vocals), Michael Marine (bass, vocals), Jose Miguel De Jesus (guitar, vocals), Victor Digilie (drums) and Johnny Pacheco (perc).
01 - John Doe 02 - Willya 03 - 3-4 Song 04 - Thinkin' 05 - Searcher's Life 06 - Iceberg 07 - Children Of The Universe 08 - '38'