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The Merseybeats are a Merseybeat band that emerged from the Liverpool scene in the early 1960s, performing at The Cavern Club along with The Beatles, Gerry & The Pacemakers and other similar artists and remains active until today. The current line-up is: Tony Crane (founder member) lead vocals and lead guitar; Billy Kinsley (founder member) lead vocals and rhythm guitar; Bob Packham (joined 1974) backing vocals and bass guitar; Dave Goldberg keyboards and lead guitar (joined 2000); and Lou Rosenthal (joined 2000) drums. They signed a recording contract with Fontana and had their first hit single  in 1963 with "It's Love That Really Counts", followed in 1964 by their million-selling recording "I Think of You" which gained them their first gold disc. The Merseybeats appeared regularly at Liverpool's Cavern Club, and they claim to have appeared there with The Beatles on more occasions than any other band from that era. They were also successful abroad, touring in Germany and the US in 1964, and having their own Merseybeats Show on Italian television.

01 - Milkman
02 - Hello, Young Lovers
03 - He Will Break Your Heart
04 - Funny Face
05 - Really Mystified
06 - The Girl That I Marry
07 - Fools Like Me
08 - My Heart And I
09 - Bring It On Home To Me
10 - Lavender Blue
11 - Jumping Jonah
12 - Don't Turn Around

Category: Oldies | Views: 1593 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

Rod Piazza is an American blues harmonica player and singer. In the mid 1960s, Piazza formed his first band The House of DBS, which later changed its name to the Dirty Blues Band. The band signed with ABC-Bluesway and released two albums in 1967 and 1968. The band broke up in 1968, and Piazza formed Bacon Fat that year. Piazza's idol and mentor, George "Harmonica" Smith  joined the band and they had a "dual harp" sound. Bacon Fat released two albums the following two years. The Los Angeles' blues band Bacon Fat was essentially a vehicle for Rod Piazza and his superb `chromatic' harmonica playing - loud, live and gutsy! The band line-up on this disc includes Buddy Reed and Gregg Schaefer on guitars, J.D. Nicholson on Piano with Jerry Smith on bass and Dick Innes on drums.

01 - Up The Line
02 - Boom, Boom (Out Go The Lights)
03 - Small's On 53Rd
04 - She's A Wrong Woman
05 - I Need Your Love
06 - Juicy Harmonica
07 - Nobody But You
08 - Telephone Blues
09 - You're So Fine
10 - Too Late

Category: Oldies | Views: 1677 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

Christian garage band from Dayton, Ohio. "Christian flower psych, soul and bluesy moves. Also released in Italy and Israel. Formerly garage band Jerry & the Others who appear on the WONE compilation."(AA). "Highly obscure funky psych/prog album originally from 1973. Nice wah wah guitars with funky songs that vary from bubblegum pop "Fort Lauderdale" through to psychedelic sounds on "Too Late For Chance". Interesting lost 70's album." (FE)

01 - Looking For The Answer
02 - Too Late To Chance
03 - Sissy Strut + 04 - Romp
05 - Fort Lauderdale
06 - 25 Miles
07 - By The Size Of My Shoes 25 Miles
08 - Everybody Say Yeah
09 - Hip Hugger
10 - Your Mother Chews Tobacco

Category: Oldies | Views: 1567 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

Demos of baroque pop songs with a Kinks-style flair for decrepit Brit society lyrics from a post-art school songwriting team in midlands UK, whose singles were played by Honeybus members & studio string session players. Sixteen tracks cut across 1967-68 by one of the most enigmatic UK psych-pop acts, who recorded two highly regarded singles for Polydor before disappearing forever. This set features "Esprit de Corps', "Your Servant Stephen' and two versions of the classic "Mazy' as well as twelve previously unreleased tracks that confirm the Peep Show to have been an extraordinary, even unique group who boasted a peculiar lyrical vision and idiosyncratic pop sensibilities. 1000 numbered copies on 190gm vinyl.

01 - Your Servant Stephen
02 - Mazy
03 - Big Giant Man
04 - Lost My Lover
05 - Lovey Dovey Feeling
06 - Silver Queen Of The Screen
07 - When You're Getting Tired
08 - Rum Sensation
09 - Called And Chosen
10 - Esprit De Corps
11 - The Hovercraft Song
12 - Goodbye Child
13 - Morning
14 - Do Not Wait For Better Times
15 - Mazy # 2
16 - My Friends And I

Category: Oldies | Views: 1487 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

Hailing from Detroit City, hard rockers Third Power were led by singer/guitarist Drew Abbott (later to become a longtime member of Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band), along with bassist Jem Targal and drummer Jim Craig. Third Power formed in 1969 and quickly emerged as a favorite on the local club circuit thanks to the band's hard rock, bone-rattling sound and their influence from such three-person bands as Cream or the Jimi Hendrix Experience. In 1970 the album Believe was recorded for the Vanguard label but it was deemed too heavy for the label's direction and lacked the support that could have made it more of a hit. This decision by Vanguard to drop the band from their roster almost immediately after the album's release made it an instant collectable.(AV)

01 - Gettin' Together
02 - Feel So Lonely
03 - Passed By
04 - Lost In a Daydream
05 - Persecution
06 - Comin' Home
07 - Won't Beg Any More
08 - Crystalline Chandelier
09 - Like Me Love Me

Category: Oldies | Views: 1568 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

There are more than one band called Wolfe, this is a early 70's UK psychedelic pop band. This was a US release only on Rare Earth and is a very relaxing and melodic mix of pleasant harmonies and good songwriting.

01 - Ballad Of The Unloved
02 - Bite It Deep
03 - Love Song
04 - Something In The Way She Moves
05 - Funny Funny
06 - Dead From The Head Down
07 - Dancing In The Moonlight
08 - Tale Of Two Cities
09 - Us
10 - Mama Lion
11 - Time Is Money
12 - Song With No Name

Category: Oldies | Views: 1429 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-18

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