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The Dave Clark Five were an English pop rock group. They were the second group of the British Invasion, after The Beatles, to appear on The Ed Sullivan Show when the single "Glad All Over" knocked "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the British charts, then in February 1964 went to #6 in the United States. The Dave Clark Five had several more hit songs in the United States during 1964-67, including "Bits and Pieces" (#4, April 1964), "Can't You See That She's Mine" (#4, June 1964), "Because" (#3, August 1964), "Anyway You Want It" (#14, November 1964), "I Like It Like That" (#7, June 1965), "Catch Us If You Can" (#4, August 1965), "Over And Over" (#1, December 25, 1965), and "You Got What It Takes" (#7, April 1967). The group disbanded in late 1970. On 10 March 2008 the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. American Tour, is the third US release in 1964, and isn't a live album of the tour, is a studio recording release.

01 - Because
02 - Who Does He Think He Is
03 - Move On
04 - Whenever You`re Around
05 - I Want You Still
06 - Long Ago
07 - Come On Over
08 - Blue Monday
09 - Sometimes
10 - Any Time You Want Love
11 - I Cried Over You
12 - Ol` Sol

Category: Oldies | Views: 1712 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

Please were formed by Peter Dunton and Bernie Jinks in late 1967. They had just returned to Britain from Germany where they had played with Neon Pearl, which also included their third member Jurgen Ermisch. The fourth original member Adrian Gurvitz later co-founded Gun. They disbanded in May 1968 when Peter Dunton joined The Flies for whom he wrote both sides of their Magic Train 45. When The Flies split up at the end of 1968, Dunton reformed the band. Rob Hunt had also been in The Flies. They recorded all the cuts compiled on this album. Please split again in April 1969 when Peter Dunton joined Gun. The remaining members recruited a new drummer and renamed themselves Bulldog Breed.

01 - Seeing Stars
02 - Words To Say
03 - Before
04 - Time Goes By
05 - The Road
06 - Rise & Shine
07 - Still Dreaming
08 - Secrets
09 - Who You Know
10 - But
11 - Steal Your Dreams

Category: Oldies | Views: 1292 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

Hard/Blues Rock band formed in Memphis in 1968 by Baker, who'd fronted local faves The Blazers, the initial line-up evolved to include drummer Durham, who'd been with The Group and The Rapscallions. Produced, written and arranged by Don Nix (ex-Mar-Keys and Paris Pilot) in Memphis, Moloch is an excellent blues rock album with some sound effects, noises and superb acid guitar solos by Lee Baker. Their single was recorded after the album with a later line-up and is extremely rare. Lee Baker, guitar, vocals, Phillip Durham, drums, vocals, Fred Nicholson, organ, Steve Spear, bass and Gene Wilkins, lead vocals.

01 - Helping Hand
02 - Maverick Woman Blues
03 - Outta Hand
04 - Same Old Blues
05 - Going Down
06 - She Looks Like An Angel
07 - Gone Too Long
08 - Dance Chaney Dance
09 - Mona
10 - People Keep Talking
11 - I Can Think The Same Of You
12 - Night At The Possum

Category: Oldies | Views: 1397 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

In the Spring of 1968 the Mary Butterworth band was formed. They enjoyed playing a variety of engagements around the Southern California area and in 1969, the recorded the one and only album entitled Mary Butterworth. This original, vinyl album was pre-sold to fans and friends only-- it was never available to the general public. Shortly thereafter, the group split up and never performed together again. "A fine progressive rock album which maintains a good standard throughout and features lots of good keyboards and drums. Phase II and Its a Hard Road are perhaps the pick of the bunch, but really every track's a winner. Recommended." Mike Ayling Brewer (Bass, Vocals, and Flute), Jim Giordano  (Electric Guitar)  Michael Hunt (Drums) and Mike Eachus (Hammond B-3).

01 - Phase II
02 - Optional Blues
03 - It's A Hard Road
04 - Make You Want Me
05 - Feeling I Get
06 - Week In Eight Days

Category: Oldies | Views: 1493 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

Jo Jo Gunne is a rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1971 by Jay Ferguson (keyboards, vocals and guitar) and Mark Andes (bass guitar and vocals) after they had left Spirit. With the addition of Andes' brother, Matt Andes (guitar, vocals) and William "Curly" Smith (drums, vocals and harp), they were signed to Asylum Records. Jo Jo Gunne had a Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart with the song, "Run Run Run", taken from their first album, Jo Jo Gunne (1972), which peaked at 27 in U.S. charts, and received airplay on U.S. album-oriented rock FM radio stations. The group did not maintain the commercial momentum of their first release. With Jumpin' the Gunne's tasteless album cover being blamed for drastically falling sales, they broke up in 1975. However they made several notable tracks, especially "Take It Easy", "Broken Down Man", "Neon City" and "Falling Angel". Bite Down Hard, from 1973, is the second release of the band.

01 - Ready Freddy
02 - Roll Over Me
03 - 60 Minutes To Go
04 - Rock Around The Symbol
05 - Broken Down Man
06 - Special Situations
07 - Take Me Down Easy
08 - Wait A Lifetime
09 - Rhoda

Category: Oldies | Views: 1582 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

Formed at England’s Essex University by pianist Pete Wingfield, Jellybread was originally completed by Paul Butler (guitar/vocals) John Best (bass) and Chris Walters (drums). In 1969 the quartet secured a recording contract with the exemplary Blue Horizon Records label and although largely unadventurous, their albums offered a highly competent grasp of black music, including both blues and soul. They provided stellar accompaniment on Lightnin’ Slim’s London Gumbo and B.B. King In London, but the unit dissolved in 1971 with the departure of Wingfield and Waters. Newcomers Rick Birkett (guitar, ex-Accent) and Kenny Lamb (drums) joined for Back To Beginning Again, but Jellybread broke up when the set failed to make commercial headway. However, Wingfield enjoyed success as a solo artist, session pianist and member of Olympic.(PPM) Pete Wingfield ,Keyboards, Vocals, John Best, Bass, Chris Waters, Drums, Paul Butler, Guitar, Vocals.

01 - River's Invitation
02 - I Pity The Fool
03 - Never Say No
04 - Chairman Mao's Boongaloo
05 - Evening
06 - I've Got The Forgot You
07 - Boogie Sandwich
08 - Rusty Blade
09 - No Brag Just Facts
10 - No One Else
11 - Don't Pay Them No Mind

Category: Oldies | Views: 1400 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-12

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