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The Outlaws (UK) - 1961-63 - Dream of the West


The Outlaws were an English instrumental band that recorded in the early 1960s. One time members included Ritchie Blackmore, Chas Hodges, Bobby Graham, Ken Lundgren, Mick Underwood, Reg Hawkins, Billy Kuy and others. Their name was originally conceived by Joe Meek, who needed a backing group for Mike Berry's "Set Me Free" in 1960. After that recording, they continued being one of the house bands of his recording studio at 304 Holloway Road, London. As such, they were used for recordings, demos and auditions. Many of their songs were written by Meek and credited to his pseudonym, Robert Duke. They appeared as themselves in the 1963 British film, Live It Up!. "This was a legendary album of Shadows-like instrumentals from the writer of the Tornados' 1962 No. 1 "Telstar", Joe Meek. Hard to get even in 1961 when it was released, and now long deleted on CD too, this disc contains an exceptionally good set from the period when the equally legendary producer Joe Meek was at his best." (J.Watson) Tracks 13-17 only in the 1991 CD as bonus.

01 - Dream Of The West
02 - The Outlaws
03 - Husky Team
04 - Rodeo
05 - Smoke Signals
06 - Ambush
07 - Barbecue
08 - Spring Is Near
09 - Indian Brave
10 - Homeward Bound
11 - Western Sunset
12 - Tune For Short Cowboys
13 - Doo Dah Day
14 - Keep A Knocking
15 - Return Of The Outlaws
16 - Shake With Me
17 - Texan Spiritual

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