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  • 01. I Idolize You
    02. Rockin' Pneumonia
    03. Goodbye Baby Goodbye
    04. G.I. Joe (Second version)
    05. On The Wagon
    06. What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am)
    07. Sticks And Stones
    08. Money (That's What I Want)
    09. Rockin' Old Man
    10. Where Is The Boy Tonight
    11. All You Gotta Do
    12. G.I. Joe (First version)
    13. Don't Take Away Your Love
    14. Baby Please Don't GoMoney (That's What I Want)
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    CHARMAINES, THE

    I Idolize You! Fraternity Recordings 1960-1964

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    A vinyl-only 14-track collection of the Cincinnati trio’s best Fraternity recordings. A brief appearance on Billboard magazine’s Bubbling Under chart belies the fact that the Charmaines were Cincinnati’s leading 1960s girl group. Formed by Marian “Gigi” Jackson, Dee Watkins and Irene Vinegar, the group was awarded a contract with Fraternity Records for winning a talent show in 1960. Gigi’s sister Jerri sang on many of the group’s records but was too young to perform in nightclubs. When Dee left to get married, Jerri joined as a full-time member. By the time the Charmaines’ contract with Fraternity had run its course, the group had relocated to Canada. “We’d had a successful career at Fraternity and were quite happy there,” says Gigi. “We had a few little hits with ‘What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am)’, ‘On The Wagon’ and ‘G.I. Joe’ and got lots of work, especially in Canada. We were going back and forth to Toronto so much, doing nightclubs and concerts, that in 1963 the Charmaines actually moved up there. When the British groups first became popular over here, we were living in Canada at that time. I remember the Dave Clark Five and the Rolling Stones coming up to Canada. They were at Maple Leaf Gardens, and at about four of those shows we were the opening act.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.07.2019
    Genre
    Soul / Funk / Jazz
    Preis
    19,50 EUR
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  • 01. Mary Saenz- Would She Do That For You
    02. The Ikettes - (Never More) Lonely For You
    03. The Fashionettes - Earthquake
    04. Denita James - I Have Feelings Too
    05. The Sweethearts- This Couldn't Be Me
    06. Tanya Marie - It Kinda Picks Me Up
    07. The Puffs - Moon Out There
    08. The Shades of Jade - Why Does It Feel So Right (Doing Wrong)
    09. The Charmaines - G.I. Joe (Fast version)
    10. The Bermudas - Donnie
    11. Carol Connors - He Belongs To Me
    12. 2 Of Clubs - Look Away
    13. Pat Powdrill & The Powerdrills- They Are The Lonely
    14. The Blossoms with Billy Strange - Moon Walking
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    V/A

    Would She Do That For You?!

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    [engl] 
    For those who prefer to spin their music on vinyl, an eclectic and gorgeously packaged 14-track collection of girl group artefacts from the mid-60s. Compiled and annotated by Mick Patrick, this vinyl-only collection is housed in an eye-grabbing sleeve containing an inner bag featuring scarce photos and a 3000-word track commentary chronicling the often convoluted histories of the featured artists. Mary Saenz kicks off proceedings with the handclap-propelled title track from the catalogue of ‘Monster Mash’ producer Gary Paxton. This is followed by front cover stars the Ikettes’ magnificent dancer ‘(Never More) Lonely For You’, Paxton protégées the Fashionettes’ flute-driven ‘Earthquake’, Denita James’ simmering ‘I Have Feelings Too’, the Supremes-style ‘This Couldn’t Be Me’ by the Sweethearts and Tanya Marie’s Chiffons-like cover of Ann Kirk’s ‘It Kinda Picks Me Up’, another Paxton production. Doré Records’ trio the Puffs channel the Chantels on the dramatic closer ‘Moon Out There’. Side Two begins with another Doré act, the Shades Of Jade, with the effortlessly cool ‘Why Does It Feel So Right (Doing Wrong)’ and the Charmaines with the 1966 revamp of their earlier regional hit ‘G.I. Joe’. The Bermudas’ ethereal hit ‘Donnie’ leads seamlessly into an entrancing version of Dylan’s ‘He Belongs To Me’ by Carol Connors, aka Annette Kleinbard of the Teddy Bears, the 2 Of Clubs’ dynamic cover of Garnet Mimms’ ‘Look Away’ and Pat Powdrill & the Powerdrills’ semi-psychedelic ‘They Are Lonely’.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    31.05.2019
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    19,50 EUR
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  • 01. The Brothers - Part Of The Union
    02. Small Wonder - Ordinary Boy
    03. Ricky Wilde - The Hertfordshire Rock
    04. The Kinks - When Work Is Over
    05. The Sutherland Bros Band - Sailing
    06. Adam Faith - In Your Life
    07. Phil Cordell - Londonderry
    08. Stud Leather - Cut Loose
    09. The Troggs - I'm On Fire
    10. Mike McGear - Kill
    11. Lieutenant Pigeon - And The Fun Goes On
    12. Mungo Jerry - Open Up
    13. Matchbox - Rod
    14. Marty Wilde - She's A Mover
    15. Hawkwind - Urban Guerrilla
    16. Edgar Broughton Band - Homes Fit For Heroes
    17. Bombadil - Breathless
    18. Robin Goodfellow - Why Am I Waiting
    19. Cockney Rebel - What Ruthy Said
    20. Paul Brett - Clocks
    21. The Troll Brothers - You Turn Me On
    22. Climax Chicago - Mole On The Dole
    23. Barracuda - I Feel So Down
    24. Wigan's Ovation - Northern Soul Dancer
    25. Stavely Makepeace - Don't Ride A Paula Pillion
    26. Pheon Bear - War Against War
    27. Roly - Roly Pin
    28. David Essex - Stardust
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    V/A

    Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present Three Day Week - When The Lights Went Out 1972-1975

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    Britain wasn’t on its own in having a thoroughly miserable 1973: O Lucky Man! and Badlands both found a great year to premiere; Watergate brought America to a new low. But America didn’t still have back-to-backs and outside bogs. Tens of thousands of Britons were still housed in wartime pre-fabs. The bright new colours of the post-war Festival of Britain and Harold Wilson's talk in the 60s of the “white heat of technology” now seemed very distant as strikes, inflation, and food and oil shortages laid Britain low. What had gone wrong? And what did pop music have to say about it? Many of the year’s biggest acts had set out on their particular journeys in the most idealistic years of the 60s (Yes, Genesis, the Moody Blues) and still held traces of that era’s promise. For acts such as Bowie and Roxy Music who had emerged in the new decade, one way out of the British malaise was to look into the future, embracing modernism and the space age beyond, a world of electric boots and mohair suits. Another was to draw heavily on the revered 50s, retreating to rock’s unsullied roots while remaining ostensibly current – Wizzard, Mott The Hoople and even the Rubettes managed to reshape the 50s to their own ends, much as Springsteen did in the States, although beyond them lay Showaddywaddy, Shakin’ Stevens, and a sickly nosedive into nostalgic yearning.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    29.03.2019
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    32,00 EUR
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  • 01. Marisol - Corazón Contento
    02. Rocío Dúrcal - Creo En Ti
    03. Karina - Ya Verás
    04. Gelu - Pinta Mi Mundo
    05. Los Stop - Molino Al Viento
    06. Sonia - Aquí En Mi Nube
    07. Rosalía -Si Llegara El Amor
    08. Adriángela - Nunca Hay Bastante
    09. Massiel- No Sé Por Qué
    10. Silvana Velasco - Prima O Poi
    11. Lorella -Tendrás Que Llorar
    12. Soledad Miranda - La Verdad
    13.Los Mismos - Voy A Pintar Las Paredes Con Tu Nombre
    14. Las Chic - Pon Un Anillo En Mi Dedo
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    V/A

    Beat Girls Espanol! 1960s She-Pop From Spain

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    [engl] 
    The feminine side of Spanish pop, including some great 1960s examples of the “Torrelaguna sound”. Having already put out collections spotlighting the girl singers of 1960s Japan, France, Italy and Sweden, we now turn our attention to sunny Spain. The influence of hit records from the USA and the UK in the early 60s resulted in a musical style the French called yé-yé. Spain also adopted the term to describe this new type of beat-oriented pop, while maintaining its own musical identity via sexy rhythms and an underlying current of drama and flamenco. The aptly named Hispavox was considered the most important Spanish record label, mainly because they had a talented team of producers, arrangers and studio musicians who between them created the “Torrelaguna sound”. Furthermore, they had Karina, who was known as the queen of Spanish yé-yé with her angelic looks and voice, and Las Chic, one of the few girl groups on the Spanish recording scene. Zafiro entered the market with a series of young female vocalists, including Adriángela and the dynamic Marisol, a child actress turned pop star who spent much of the 60s on the silver screen. The Belter label also recorded many girl singers, among them screen siren Soledad Miranda – star of several horror films – and Sonia, who recorded a feminine rendition of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Get Off Of My Cloud’.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    26.01.2018
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    26,00 EUR
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  • 01. Girls Take Over - Hi Heel Sneakers
    02. The Clingers - Gonna Have A Good Time
    03. The Plommons - Last Train To Liverpool
    04. The Wrongh Black Bag - Wake Me, Shake Me
    05. The Debutantes - Little Latin Lupe Lu
    06. Kathy Lynn & The Playboys - I Got A Guy
    07. Karen Verros - You Just Gotta Know My Mind
    08. The Chymes - He's Not There Anymore
    09. The Delmonas - Lies
    10. The Tomboys - I'd Rather Fight Than Switch
    11. The Lady-Bugs - How Do You Do It
    12. The Hairem - Like a Snake
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    V/A

    Girls With Guitars Take Over

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    [engl] 
    A deluxe vinyl-only collection of guitar-wielding all-girl bands, drop-dead female frat rock and axe-centric she-pop. Pressed on 180g tomato red vinyl in heavy-duty sleeve, with a swanky inner bag sporting a fact-filled 3500-word track commentary and an array of rare photos. Pride of place on this gorgeous to behold release goes to a bevy of gen-u-ine all-gal combos. The eye-grabbing front cover features a great shot of Girls Take Over – sisters Cindy, Rinie and Wendy Wilhelmi and their pal Geri Gibson – who open the show with their one and only single, a fabulously raw and pounding rendition of Tommy Tucker’s ‘Hi Heel Sneakers’, recorded in “some guy’s attic” in Milwaukee circa 1969. The group She also released a sole 45, yet amassed sufficient shelved recordings to eventually fill an entire CD, including the ominous ‘Like A Snake’, an early effort taped when they were still known as the Hairem. Mormon sister band the Clingers, on the other hand, boast a sizeable discography, the gem of which is their Kim Fowley-produced version of the Easybeats’ ‘Gonna Have A Good Time’. Genre faves the Debutantes of Detroit also knocked out a few 45s, of which their version of frat rock staple ‘Little Latin Lupe Lu’ is a highlight. From much further afield –Sweden, in fact – the Plommons feature with their latter-day cult favourite ‘Last Train To Liverpool’.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    28.07.2017
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    26,00 EUR
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  • 01. Liza Strike - Dancing Yet
    02. Billie Davis - Whatcha' Gonna Do
    03. The McKinleys - Sweet And Tender Romance
    04. Julie Driscoll - Don't Do It No More
    05. Alma Cogan - Love Is A Word
    06. Helen Shapiro - Stop And You Will Become Aware
    07. Beryl Marsden - Music Talk
    08. Toni Daly - Like The Big Man Said
    09. The Chantelles - I Want That Boy
    10. Andee Silver -The Boy I Used To Know
    11. Jean And The Statesides - Mama Didn't Lie
    12. The Three Bells - He Doesn't Want You
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    V/A

    Marylebone Beat Girls 1964-1967

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    [engl] 
    Superior 60s she-pop from UK Parlophone, Columbia and HMV – in CD and deluxe vinyl formats. This follow-up to our recent “Love Hit Me! Decca Beat Girls” and “Scratch My Back! Pye Beat Girls” releases spotlights the female singers who recorded during 1964-1967 for the EMI group of labels, headquartered in Marylebone in the heart of London’s West End. As girl-pop champion Sheila Burgel writes in the package, “Most of the female acts signed by EMI were teenagers completely tuned in to the current pop trends. Scottish duo the McKinleys, R&B club habitué Julie Driscoll, talent show winner Billie Davis and Midlands pub singer Beverley Jones took original material from London’s Tin Pan Alley and American covers and gave them a vigorous kick that made for fabulous 45s. They may not have had quite the polish of their US counterparts, but the rough’n’ready sound of the Marylebone Beat Girl was precisely her appeal.” Among the many highlights are ‘Dancing Yet’, a Dobie Gray-style discotheque number by Liza & the Jet Set; ‘Like The Big Man Said’ by Toni Daly, a cover of Italian star Caterina Caselli’s ‘L’uomo D’oro’ with edgy English lyrics by Peter Callander; Helen Shapiro’s latter-day collectable ‘Stop And You Will Become Aware’; ‘Love Is A Word’ by national treasure Alma Cogan, written and produced by Andrew Loog Oldham, no less; and Billie Davis’ groovy gender-switched update of Chuck Willis’ R&B nugget ‘Whatcha’ Gonna Do’.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    30.06.2017
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    26,00 EUR
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  • 01. Love Song With Flute - Caravan
    02. Moon Bird - The Roger Webb Sound
    03. Early Morning Eyes - The Parlour Band
    04. Pamela - Scotch Mist
    05. The Prisoner (Eight By Ten) - Spring
    06. Last Cloud Home - The Orange Bicycle
    07. JLT - T2
    08. Til The Christ Come Back - Bill Fay
    09. Refugees - Van Der Graaf Generator
    10. Very Nice Of You To Call - Aardvark
    11. Big White Cloud - John Cale
    12. Bottles - Belle Gonzalez
    13. Watching White Stars - The Way We Live
    14. Windfall - Offspring
    15. Never Let Go - Camel
    16. Wise Man In Your Heart - Daevid Allen
    17. O Caroline - Matching Mole
    18. Edge Of The Sea - Prelude
    19. Evening Shade - Alan Parker and Alan Hawkshaw
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    V/A

    Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present English Weather

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    [engl] 
    The autumnal sound of Britain at the turn of the 70s, looking out through wet window panes to a new decade with a mixture of melancholy and optimism for what might come next. With the Beatles gone and the pound sinking, a new and distinctive sound emerges, led by flutes and mellotrons. Available in 18-track CD and 19-track double LP formats. The LP version is pressed on 180g vinyl in heavy-duty gatefold sleeve. It’s hard for me – and I’m guessing I’m not alone here – to shake the Get Carter theme from my head whenever I cross the Tyne rail bridge on a journey up from London. The city may have changed dramatically since the film was shot at the turn of the 70s, but the weather hasn’t. One day last autumn I was working in Newcastle. With an afternoon to kill, I did what I usually do with a couple of spare hours in an unfamiliar town – I sought out a record shop. It would at least protect me from the rain, which was getting steadily heavier. As I flicked through the racks I was trying to identify the record that was playing, an album with a hint of Crosby, Stills and Nash but an identifiably British pall hanging over the sunny harmonies. It was by Shape Of The Rain, and had a sepia sleeve which was an attempt to suggest the Old West even though it was clearly a shot of a post-industrial Britain that still felt closer to the War than it did to punk, just six or seven years down the line.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    24.01.2017
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    32,00 EUR
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  • 01. C'est La Mode
    02. Plus Rien
    03. Pour La Gloire
    04. Pas De Taxi (EP version)
    05. On M'a Toujours Dit
    06. Tu Peux Partir Où Tu Voudras (Go Where You Wanna Go)
    07. J'ai Tant De Peine
    08. Sensationnel Jeffry
    09. J'ai Raté Mon Bac
    10. Une Petite Croix
    11. Le Mannequin
    12. Bonjour, Bonsoir Et Au Revoir
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    ANNIE PHILIPPE

    Sensationnel! Yé-Yé Bonbons 1965-1968

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    [engl] 
    This release on our occasional Ace International imprint comprises an hour of pure pop highlights from the career of Annie Philippe, one of France’s leading yé-yé girls. The collection is available as a 24-track CD and 12-track 180g red vinyl album, both featuring notes by Jean-Emmanuel Deluxe, author of the recent book Yé-Yé Girls Of 60s French Pop, who interviewed the lovely Annie specifically for this project. Annie was launched into a yé-yé world dominated by Sheila, Sylvie Vartan, Françoise Hardy and France Gall. Her debut, a Lulu cover, didn’t fly for the 17 year-old Parisienne, but sales were excellent for her follow-up, a version of the Supremes’ ‘Baby Love’. A year passed before Annie achieved fame at a parallel level to those others girls; her smash hit ‘Ticket De Quai’ paved the way for many others and remains her biggest seller. Annie’s final chart record came at the end of 1967, following which superstar Claude François signed her to his newly formed label, where she saw out the decade. There were sporadic releases in the ensuing decades but, after a protracted silence, she re-emerged looking as glamorous as ever. “Even with the passing of time, I’m still proud of my catalogue,” says Annie. “I had great lyricists such as Gilles Thibaut and Jacques Revaux, and arrangers like Paul Mauriat, Jean-Claude Vannier and Christian Gaubert.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    24.09.2016
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    26,00 EUR
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  • 01. Ge Dej Till Tåls (Are You Ready For Love) - Agnetha Fältskog
    02. Så Synd Du Måste Gå (It Hurts To Say Goodbye) - Anni-Frid Lyngstad
    03. The Girls Want The Boys - Eleanor Bodel
    04. Kärlek Finns Det Överallt (Lovers Of The World Unite) - MAK Les Soeurs
    05. Good Kind Of Hurt - Lena Junoff
    06. Last Train To Liverpool - Plommons
    07. Don't - Doris
    08. Help Me Break This Habit - Bella & Me
    09. Vädret (Music To Watch Girls By) - Mona Wessman
    10. Lite För Liten (Little By Little) - Lill-Babs
    11. You Really Have Started Something - Britt Bergström
    12. Benny Law - Plums
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    The Girls Want The Boys! Sweden's Beat Girls 1966-1970

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    [engl] 
    A smörgåsbord of groovy 60s she-pop. 12-track LP version pressed on 180g white vinyl in heavy duty sleeve with sumptuously illustrated artist profiles on inner bag. The Ace Records A&R team has never shied away from venturing worldwide in their quest for good music, as evident most recently from our series of releases spotlighting the female vocalists of 1960s Japan, France and Italy. Now it’s the turn of Sweden. Strange as it might seem, there was a time in the early 1960s when Sweden was not yet a force in pop music. True, there was jazz – Alice Babs, famously, sang with Duke Ellington, and Monica Zetterlund with Bill Evans – and the Spotnicks, an instrumental group who topped the Australian charts and enjoyed minor hits in the UK. And there was Siw Malmkvist! Between 1960 and 1969 she notched up 20 hits in Germany, one of them, ‘Liebeskummer Lohnt Sich Nicht’, sitting at the top of the charts for 12 weeks in 1964. Also that year, in tandem with Umberto Marcato, and singing in Italian, she became the first Swedish vocalist to chart in the US, when ‘Sole, Sole, Sole’ reached the Hot 100. As ‘Sole, Sole, Sole’ and the German connection indicate, pop music in Sweden, at least before the advent of rock’n’roll and Beatlemania, drew largely on the schlager tradition, sprinkled with a canzone or two via the Italian San Remo festival.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    24.09.2016
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
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  • 01. Billie Davis - I'm In Love With You
    02. Dana Gillespie - No! No! No!
    03. Marianne Faithfull - That's Right Baby
    04. Beverley - Where The Good Times Are
    05. Twinkle - Poor Old Johnny
    06. The Orchids - Love Hit Me
    07. The Satin Bells - I Stand Accused (Of Loving You)
    08. Truly Smith - I Wanna Go Back There Again
    09. Adrienne Poster - Something Beautiful
    10. Lulu - I'll Come Running Over
    11. Barry St. John - Hey Boy
    12. Goldie & The Gingerbreads - Little Boy
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    Love Hit Me! Decca Beat Girls 1963-1970

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    [engl] 
    British girl-pop gems from Decca Records’ matchless 1960s roster. For British girl-pop, 1960s Decca is a goldmine. The label had its A&R hounds sniffing into every nook and cranny of the British Isles, signing up Midlands schoolgirls (the Orchids), London folk club denizens (Dana Gillespie, Beverley), former child actresses (Adrienne Poster, Sandra Barry), Liverpudlian girl groups (the Vernons Girls, the Satin Bells), soulful northerners (Elkie Brooks, Truly Smith) and Scots (Lulu, Barry St John), well-connected Chelsea girls (Louise Cordet, Twinkle, Marianne Faithfull), Merseybeat wannabes (Beryl Marsden), talent show winners (Billie Davis, Babbity Blue, Jean Martin) and even transient Americans (Goldie & the Gingerbreads) – all featured in this gorgeously packaged collection. Decca’s female roster was largely placed in the skilled hands of producers, arrangers and writers such as Mike Leander, Andrew Loog Oldham, Shel Talmy, Charles Blackwell and Tony Meehan, who sourced a steady supply of homemade and American soul, folk-rock, beat and pop. The company’s productions carried a sense of excitement, urgency and frequently an audible adoration for US soul and pop sounds. Visiting US producer Shel Talmy, for example, was headhunted by Dick Rowe, Decca’s head of A&R, precisely because of his studio experience with American surf and R&B acts.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    25.03.2016
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
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  • 01. Reparata And The Delrons - Panic
    02. The Angels - Louie Louie
    03. The Darlettes - Here She Comes
    04. The Teardrops - Here Comes Loneliness
    05. Mousie & The Traps - It's All In The Way (You Look At It Baby)
    06. The Drake Sisters - Smoke From Your Cigarette
    07. The Fashionettes - Losin' Control
    08. The Charmaines - I Idolize You
    09. The Angelos - Backfield In Motion
    10. Pat Powdrill & The Powerdrills - Together Forever
    11. The Kavetts - I've Got A Story To Tell You
    12. The Ikettes - Camel Walk
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    Girl Zone!

    (Ace)
    [engl] To bridge the gap until the next volume of our long-running “Where The Girls Are” series is ready to roll, we’re releasing this vinyl-only compilation of cherry-picked girl group treasures to keep genre zealots at bay. The collection kicks of with Reparata & the Delrons’ storming ‘Panic’ – too “out there” for mass consumption in 1968, it seems – and closes with ‘Camel Walk’ by Tina Turner’s foxy back-up girls the Ikettes, a dancefloor fave on London’s alt-cabaret circuit. Other highlights include first-time reissues of the Angels’ unlikely stab at frat rock staple ‘Louie Louie’, a lush Gold Star-cut rendition of the Mellows’ doo wop classic ‘Smoke From Your Cigarette’ by identical triplets the Drake Sisters and ‘It’s All In The Way (You Look At It Baby)’ by Mousie & the Traps, a trio of Eva Longoria lookalikes from Chicago. Housed in a heavy-duty sleeve sporting an ultra-rare shot of the Drake Sisters, the album is pressed on 180g lava red vinyl and comes with printed inner bag featuring a 2500-word track commentary and some terrific photos. In other words, it’s not just great to listen to but a good read and gorgeous to look at too. / Mick Patrick
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    25.03.2015
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    24,90 EUR
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