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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. A Session with The Dave Clark Five is the debut UK album from the Dave Clark Five. The album hit number #3 in the UK. It features the single "Can't You See That She's Mine" and covers of "Rumble" by Link Wray & His Men, "On Broadway" by The Drifters, and "Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah".

01 - Can't You See That She's Mine
02 - I Need You I Love You
03 - I Love You No More
04 - Rumble
05 - Funny
06 - On Broadway
07 - Zip A Dee Doo Dah
08 - Can I Trust You
09 - Forever And A Day
10 - Theme Without A Name
11 - She's All Mine
12 - Time

Category: Oldies | Views: 1619 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Glad All Over was the first US release of the band. The Dave Clark Five were made up of drummer Dave Clark, keyboards and lead vocalist Mike Smith, Lenny Davidson on lead guitar, Rick Huxley on bass and Denis Payton on sax, harmonica and guitar. Glad All Over peaked at #6 on the Cashbox Chart.

01 - Glad All Over
02 - All Off The Time
03 - Stay
04 - Chaquita (2Nd Version)
05 - Do You Love Me
06 - Bits And Pieces
07 - I Know You
08 - No Time To Lose
09 - Doo Dah
10 - Time
11 - She's All Mine

Category: Oldies | Views: 1667 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

This is the second US release. The Dave Clark Five had 17 records in Billboard's Top 40, with 12 Top 40 United Kingdom hits between 1964 and 1967. Promoted as having a "cleaner" image than the Beatles,The Dave Clark Five were among the first British bands to tour the USA, and they made 18 appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show. Can't You See That She's Mine single was #4 in USA and #10 in UK.

01 - Can't You See That She's Mine
02 - I Need You, I Love You
03 - I Love You No More
04 - Rumble
05 - Funny
06 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
07 - Can I Trust You
08 - Forever And A Day
09 - Theme Without A Name
10 - On Broadway

Category: Oldies | Views: 1613 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

The Dave Clark Five - The Complete History Vol 7. Compilation of rarities, hits and singles not on any of their albums.

01 - Chaquita (First Version)
02 - In Your Heart
03 - First Love
04 - I Walk The Line
05 - That's What I Said
06 - I Knew It All The Time
07 - The Mulberry Bush
08 - Poison Ivy
09 - I Miss You
10 - Man In A Pin-Striped Suit
11 - Good Time Woman
12 - Forget
13 - Children
14 - The Mulberry Tree
15 - Into Your Life
16 - Always Me
17 - Rub It In
18 - I'm Sorry Baby
19 - Sweet City Woman
20 - Love Comes But Once
21 - Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
22 - Come Back Home
23 - It's Gonna Take A Little Time
24 - Lower Your Pride
25 - You Belong To Me
26 - Hold On

Category: Oldies | Views: 1697 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Robert Clarke Seger is an American rock musician and singer-songwriter. As a locally successful Detroit-area artist, he performed and recorded as The Bob Seger System throughout the 1960s. By the early 1970s, he had dropped the "System" from his recordings, and he continued to strive for national success with other various bands. In 1973 he put together "The Silver Bullet Band," an evolving group of Detroit-area musicians, with whom he became most successful. In 1976, he achieved national fame with two albums, the live record Live Bullet, and the studio record Night Moves. On his studio albums he also worked extensively with the Alabama-based Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, appearing on several of Seger's best selling singles and albums. The second single from The Bob Seger System was "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man". Predictably it was a smash in Michigan, but it also became Seger's first national hit, peaking at #17. The song's success led to the release of an album of the same title in 1969. The Ramblin' Gamblin' Man album reached #62 on the Billboard pop albums chart.

01 - Ramblin' Gamblin Man
02 - Tales Of Lucy Blue
03 - Ivory
04 - Gone
05 - Down Home
06 - Train Man
07 - White Wall
08 - Black Eyed Girl
09 - 2+2=
10 - Doctor Fine
11 - The Last Song (Love Needs To Be Loved)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1298 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Robert Gaston "Bobby" Fuller was an American rock singer, songwriter, and guitar player best known for his singles "I Fought the Law" and "Love's Made a Fool of You," recorded with his mid-1960s group, the Bobby Fuller Four. Fuller moved to Los Angeles in 1964 with his band The Bobby Fuller Four, and was signed to Mustang Records by producer Bob Keane, who was noted for discovering Ritchie Valens and producing many surf music groups. By this time, the group consisted of Fuller and his brother Randy on vocals/guitar and bass respectively, Jim Reese on guitar and DeWayne Quirico (later replaced by Dalton Powell) on drums. At a time when the British Invasion and folk rock were the dominant genres in rock, Fuller stuck to Buddy Holly's style of classic rock and roll with Tex Mex flourishes. His recordings, both covers and originals, also reveal the influences of Eddie Cochran, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and the Everly Brothers, as well as surf guitar. Less well known was Fuller's ability to emulate the reverb-laden surf guitar of Dick Dale and The Ventures. His first Top 40 hit was the self-penned "Let Her Dance". His second hit, "I Fought the Law", hit No. 8 on Billboard. The song was written by Sonny Curtis, a former member of Buddy Holly's group The Crickets, and recorded by the line-up of the Fuller brothers, James Reese on guitar, and Dalton Powell on drums. The group's third Top 40 single was a cover of Holly's "Love's Made a Fool of You." Just after "I Fought The Law" became a Top 10 hit, Fuller was found dead in an automobile parked outside his Hollywood apartment.

01 - Let Her Dance
02 - Julie
03 - A New Shade Of Blue
04 - Only When I Dream
05 - You Kiss Me
06 - Little Annie Lou
07 - I Fought The Law
08 - Another Sad And Lonely Night
09 - Saturday Night
10 - Take My Word
11 - Fool Of Love
12 - Never To Be Forgotten

Category: Oldies | Views: 1571 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Soundboard recording of demos and outtakes from 1962-70.

01 - One After 909
02 - Catswalk
03 - Bad To Me
04 - How Do You Do It
05 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
06 - Leave My Kitten Alone
07 - If You've Got Troubles
08 - Shout
09 - Medley Of Hits
10 - Yes It Is
11 - Paperback Writer(#1)
12 - Paperback Writer(#2)
13 - Your Mother Should Know
14 - Birthday
15 - Goodbye
16 - I've Got A Feeling
17 - I Me Mine
18 - A Day In The Life
19 - Tomorrow Never Knows
20 - Strawberry Fields Forever
21 - Day Tripper(Take One)
22 - Day Tripper(Take Two)
23 - Day Tripper(Take Three-Final)
24 - We Can Work It Out
25 - This Bird Has Flown
26 - Hello,hello
27 - Hey Jude
28 - I Hate To See The Evening Sun Go Down
29 - Track 29

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1804 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde is the seventh album by the American rock band The Byrds and was released in March 1969 on Columbia Records. The album saw the band juxtaposing simple country rock material with harder-edged psychedelia, giving the album a stylistic split-personality that was alluded to in its title. The album was the first to feature the new band line-up of Clarence White (guitar), Gene Parsons (drums), John York (bass), and founding member Roger McGuinn (guitar). Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde is unique within the band's discography for being the only album on which McGuinn sings the lead vocal on every track. The album peaked at #153 on the Billboard Top LPs album chart and reached #15 on the UK Albums Chart.

01 - This Wheel's On Fire
02 - Old Blue
03 - Your Gentle Way Of Loving Me
04 - Child Of The Universe
05 - Nashville West
06 - Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
07 - King Apathy III
08 - Candy
09 - Bad Night At The Whiskey
10 - Medley-My Back Pages/B.J. Blues/Baby What You Want Me To Do

Category: Oldies | Views: 1435 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Third Ear Band evolved within the London alternative and free-music scene of the mid 1960s. Members came from The Giant Sun Trolley and The People Band to create an improvised music drawing on Eastern raga forms, European folk, experimental and medieval influences. They recorded their first session in 1968 for Ron Geesin which was released under the pseudonym of The National-Balkan Ensemble on one side of a Standard Music Library disc. Their first actual album, Alchemy, was released on the EMI Harvest label in 1969, (featuring John Peel playing Jew's Harp on one track), followed by Air, Earth, Fire, Water (aka Elements) in 1970. They recorded two soundtracks, the first in 1970 for an animated film by Fuchs of Abelard and Heloise (which first saw release as part of Luca Ferrari's Necromancers of the Drifting West Sonic Book in 1997) and then in 1971 for Roman Polanski's film of Macbeth. After various later incarnations and albums they finally disbanded in 1993. They also opened The Rolling Stones Free Concert at Hyde Park on 5 July 1969.

01 - Overture
02 - The Beach
03 - Prisoner
04 - Inverness- Macbeth's Return-The Preparation-Fanfare-Duncan's Arrival
05 - The Banquet
06 - Dagger And Death
07 - At The Well
08 - Court Dance
09 - Groom's Dance
10 - Bear Baiting
11 - Ambush - Banquo's Ghost
12 - Going To Bed-Blind Man's Buff-Requiscant-Sere And Yellow Leaf
13 - The Cauldron
14 - Prophesies
15 - Wicca Way

Category: Oldies | Views: 1381 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

The Upside Dawne are an obscure psychedelic band from the 60's and this self-titled album is very rare release on the Audio Label of Lawrence, Kansas. The Illusions morphed into the Upside Dawne when Mike Jordan (lead guitar) and Bob Basow (vocal, sax) in the Illusions graduated from KU.  Steve Hall (drums) knew Jim Stringer (lead guitar), who knew Larry Franklin (rhythm guiter) and Tom Burdine (bass), so that's how they came to join the group. When Jim Stringer and Steve Hall left to form Tide, the Upside Dawne expanded into a 7-piece group with Scott Korchak, Garth Fundis and Dana Elniff on horns and vocals.

01 - Seven And Seven Is
02 - Heatwave-Gloria
03 - Respect
04 - Supremes Medley
05 - Stormy Monday
06 - On The Outside (Lookin' In)
07 - Somebody To Love
08 - Hold On
09 - Light My Fire
10 - 1-2-3  Shotgun
11 - Walk On By
12 - Tell It Like It Is V1 (Bonus)
13 - Tell It Like It Is V2  (Bonus)

Category: Oldies | Views: 2074 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

Vocalist Michelle Cochrane, singer/keyboardist Robb Royer, bassist Tim Hallinan, and drummer Steve Cohn formed harmony pop quartet The Pleasure Fair in Los Angeles in 1966. The group signed to Uni Records the following year, and on the recommendation of session ace Leon Russell, pop maestro David Gates was installed to produce their self-titled debut LP, headlined by the single "Morning Glory Days." "(I'm Gonna Have To) Let You Go" followed in 1968, and the Pleasure Fair soon dissolved; Gates then recruited Royer to join his fledgling soft pop group Bread, and the rest is AM radio history -- Hallinan is also among the musicians credited on the first Bread album, and later enjoyed a career as a mystery novelist. (JA, AMG)

01 - Stay Around For The Good Times
02 - Turnaway
03 - Come To The Sunshine
04 - Nursery Rhyme(1)
05 - Remember Who I Am
06 - Barefoot In The Park
07 - Morning Glory Days
08 - Fade In Fade Out
09 - East-West
10 - The Things We Said Today
11 - Talk
12 - Put It Out Of Your Mind
13 - I`m Gonna Have To Let You Go
14 - Today

Category: Oldies | Views: 1329 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

The Nickel Bag was a five piece (Bob August, Robert Butera, Gary Grappone, Lenny Messina and Vincent Nappi) Pop/Psych band from the Champaign-Urbana area in Illinois. Their 1968 debut "Doing Their Love Thing” was produced by Lewis Merenstein. In the summer of 1969 The Nickel Bag toured with Steppenwolf and played with The Turtles, The Buckinghams, The Flock, The Fifth Dimension, The Shadows of Knight, and others.

01 - How Do I Love Thee
02 - A Red, Red Rose
03 - Lovers' Litany
04 - The Night Is Darkening Around Me
05 - She Walks In Beauty
06 - Shall I Compare Thee
07 - God's Gifts
08 - She Was A Phantom Of Delight
09 - Tears, Idle Tears
10 - Rubaiyat Of Omar Khayyam

Category: Oldies | Views: 2041 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-12

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