British 60s LPs

  • Side One
    1. Friday On My Mind
    2. Made My Bed
    3. Pretty Girl
    4. Sorry
    5. Friday On My Mind
    6. Saturday Night
    7. Mother-In-Law
    8. Who’ll Be The One
    9. Heaven And Hell
    Side Two
    1. River Deep Mountain High
    2. Pretty Girl
    3. Falling Off The Edge Of The World
    4. I Keep Forgettin´
    5. Hello How Are You
    6. Old MacDonald Had A Farm
    7. Falling Off The Edge Of The World
    8. Down To The Last 500
    9. What In The World
  • Side One
    1. Substitute
    2. Man With Money
    3. Dancing In The Street
    4. Barbara Ann
    5. My Generation
    6. Daddy Rolling Stone
    7. Happy Jack
    8. My Generation
         
    Side Two
    1. So Sad About Us
    2. I’m A Boy
    3. Substitute
    4. My Generation
    5. Shout & Shimmy
    6. Man With Money
    7. My Generation
    8. Jingle Bells
    9. You Rang?
  • SIDE ONE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. TWIST AND SHOUT-(Russell/Medley)-John (with Paul and George)
    3. SHE'S A WOMAN-Paul
    4. I FEEL FINE-John (with Paul and George)
    5. DIZZY MISS LIZZY-(Larry Williams)-John
    6. TICKET TO RIDE-John (with Paul and George)
    7. EVERYBODY'S TRYING TO BE MY BABY-(Carl Perkins)-George
    8. CAN'T BUY ME LOVE-Paul
    9. BABY'S IN BLACK-John (with Paul and George)
    SIDE TWO
    1. I WANNA BE YOUR MAN-Ringo (with Paul)
    2. A HARD DAY'S NIGHT-John (with Paul)
    3. HELP!-John (with Paul and George)
    4. I'M DOWN-Paul (with John and George)
    5. I'M A LOSER-John (with Paul)
    6. ROCK 'N' ROLL MUSIC-(Chuck Berry)-John (with Paul and George)
    7. LONG TALL SALLY-(Enotris Johnson)-Paul
    8. YESTERDAY-Paul
    9. ACT NATURALLY-(Russell/Morrison)-Ringo (with Paul)
    All titles composed Lennon-McCartney (except where stated). (p)1965 Side One Tracks 1 – 9 & Side Two Tracks 1 – 4: 8pm, 19th August 1965. Side Two (Bonus Tracks) 5 – 7: 20th June; Track 8: 14th August 1965; Track 9: 1st August.
  • Side One
    1. Around And Around
    2. Off The Hook
    3. Time Is On My Side
    4. It's All Over Now
    5. I'm Alright
    6. Let's Get Together
    7. Carol
    8. Not Fade Away
    9. I'm Movin' On
      Side Two
    1. Carol
    2. Mona
    3. Not Fade Away
    4. High Heel Sneakers
    5. I Just Want To Make Love To You
    6. Beautiful Delilah
    7. Walking The Dog
    8. Susie Q
  • The Beatles 1966 tour of Germany, Japan, the Philippines and the USA began on Friday 24th June 1966 with two concerts at the Circus-Krone-Bau in Munich, Germany. Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF) filmed the second show, and aired a fifteen-minute segment on Tuesday 5th July. The tour was sponsored by the entertainment magazine Bravo and also on the bill were Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers, The Rattles, and Peter and Gordon. The group performed the same 11-song set throughout the tour. ‘Rock And Roll Music’, ‘She’s A Woman’, ‘If I Needed Someone’, ‘Day Tripper’, ‘Baby’s In Black’, ‘I Feel Fine’, ‘Yesterday’, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, ‘Nowhere Man’, ‘Paperback Writer’ and ‘I’m Down’, occasionally substituting ‘Long Tall Sally’ as the final song. Plays at 33rpm.
  • Side One
    1. Astronomy Domine
    2. Fat Old Sun
    Side Two
    1. Cymbaline
    2. Embryo
    Side Three
    1. Green Is The Colour
    2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
    3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    Side Four
    1. A Saucerful Of Secrets
    2. Just Another Twelve Bar
  • Side One (Empire Theatre, Liverpool 7th December 1963)
    1. From Me To You
    2. I Saw Her Standing There
    3. All My Loving
    4. Roll Over Beethoven
    5. Boys
    6. Till There Was You
    7. She Loves You
    8. This BoySide Two
      1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
      2. Money
      3. Twist And Shout
      4. From Me To You/Third Man Theme
      5. I Saw Her Standing There/She Loves You
      6. Twist And Shout/From Me To You
      7. All My Loving
      8. She Loves You/Twist And Shout
      Side Two Tracks 1 – 4: Empire Theatre, Liverpool 7th December 1963; Track 5: Little Theatre, Southport 27th August 1963; Track 6: Albert Hall, London 18th April 1963; Track 7: Elstree Studios, Borehamwood 2nd December 1963; Track 8: Manchester 20th November 1963
  • Side One
    1. SATURDAY NIGHT FISH FRY
    2. PREACH AND TEACH
    3. YEH YEH
    4. TELL ALL THE WORLD ABOUT YOU
    5. LET THE SUNSHINE IN
    6. IN THE MEANTIME
    7. THE POINT OF NO RETURN
    8. TELEGRAM
    9. ROCKIN‘ PNEUMONIA
    & THE BOOGIE WOOGIE FLU  Side Two
    1. NO NO
    2. MOVE IT ON OVER
    3. LIKE WE USED TO BE
    4. MONKEYING AROUND
    5. SOMETHING
    6. RIDE YOUR PONY
    7. THE WORLD IS ROUND
    8. MY GIRL
    9. BOOT-LEG
      Personnel Georgie Fame org, voc; Eddie Thornton (1965) tp; Peter Coe ts; Glenn Hughes bs; Colin Green g; Tex Makins b; Speedy Acquaye cgas; Bill Eyden d; (Mitch Mitchell Dec 1965 d.) Recording details – BBC Saturday Club Side One – Tracks 1-2 December 9 1964; Tracks 3-5 December 23 1964; Tracks 6-8 February 23 1965; Track 9 May 21 1965 Side Two – Track 1 May 21 1965; Tracks 2-4 July 13 1965; Tracks 5-6 October 5 1965; Tracks 7-9 December 14 1965. Limited to 500 copies
  • Side One
    1. Sabre Dance ‘69
    2. Wang Dang Doodle
    3. Promised Land
    4. The Inner Light
    5. The Stumble
    6. Brand New Woman
    7. Farandole
      SideTwo  
    1. Sabre Dance ‘68
    2. (Do I Figure In) Your Life
    3. River To Another Day
    4. Don’t Answer The Door
    5. Sweet Little Rock & Roller
    6. Great Balls Of Fire
    7. Evening
    Personnel   Dave Edmunds – guitar, vocals John Williams – bass Bob ‘Congo’ Jones - drums     Recording Details   Side A: 5, 6, Side B: 2, 3, 5 Top Gear recorded 2.4.68, transmitted 21.4.68 Side A: 2, 3, Side B: 1, 4*, 6 Top Gear recorded 16.9.68, transmitted 6.10.68 (*3.11.68) Side A: 1, 4, 7, Side B: 6, 7 Top Gear recorded 28.1.69, transmitted 9.3.69
  • Eleven tracks of high quality rock’n’roll feature on this LP from The Rolling Stones previously-undocumented tour of Europe 1970. This set was recorded for French radio and features the band playing with a horn section for the first time and no less than three Chuck Berry covers. Also included are Dead Flowers and Brown Sugar from the yet-to-be released Sticky Fingers LP. Comes with full sleeve notes and credits. All tracks recorded live at Palais de Sports, Paris on September 22nd 1970,broadcast on French Radio Europe 1 Personnel Mick Jagger - lead vocals, harmonica Keith Richards- guitar, vocals Mick Taylor - guitar Bill Wyman - bass guitar Charlie Watts - drums Bobby Keys - saxophone Jim Price - trumpet
  • SIDE ONE
    1. Rattlesnake Shake
    2. Underway
    3. Stranger Blues
    4. World In Harmony
    5. Tiger
    SIDE TWO
    1. The Green Manalishi
    2. Coming Your Way
    3. Great Balls Of Fire
    4. Twist and Shout
  • SIDE ONE 1. Three Button Hand Me Down 2. Shake, Shudder, Shiver 3. Had Me A Real Good Time 4. Pineapple And The Monkey 5. It's All Over Now   SIDE TWO 1. I Don’t Want To Discuss It 2. Wicked Messenger 3. Devotion 4. I Feel So Good Recording Details 1 recorded for Dave Lee Travis on March 10th, broadcast March 15th 2 - 4 recorded for Top Gear March 9th, broadcast March 28th 5 - 9 recorded for John Peel’s Sunday Concert, Paris Theatre on June 25th, broadcast July 5th
  • By the time the Yardbirds recorded the tracks on this LP they were no longer simply “most blueswailing” but were also recording catchy and successful pop songs. New lead guitarist Jeff Beck is in fine form over 15 live performances, none of which have been previously released. A rare cover image and detailed sleeve notes complete this package. Side One contains recordings from Ready Steady Go. Side Two has tracks from US and European TV networks.    
  • That was the invite we got when we tuned in to the best music show in the UK, nay, in the world every Friday evening from August 9, 1963 to December 23, 1966. The LP you have in your hands contains 13 tracks from the Animals on RSG, from 1965 and 1966, an interview with Eric Burdon and 3 tracks from the Richmond Jazz & Blues Festival in August 1965. For the latter occasion the boys had supplemented their stage presence by brass and horn players – with several being British jazzers of some repute – and had christened the new ensemble, The Animals Big Band. The Big Band “extras” appear again on the opening tracks of this album, “Let The Good Times Roll” and “Talkin’ Bout You” and demonstrate that the experiment worked superbly. No British band has ever sounded this close to an American black jump blues outfit before. R&B64  
  • Side One
    1. Overture
    2. It’s A Boy
    3. 1921
    4. Amazing Journey
    5. Sparks
    6. Eyesight To The Blind
    7. Christmas
    8.The Acid Queen Side Two
    1. Pinball Wizard
    2. Do You Think It’s Alright?
    3. Fiddle About
    4. Tommy Can You Hear Me?
    5. There’s A Doctor
    6. Go To The Mirror
    7. Smash The Mirror
    8. Miracle Cure
    9. Sally Simpson
    10. I’m Free
    11. Tommy’s Holiday Camp
    12. We’re Not Gonna Take It
       
  • Side One Heaven And Hell I Can't Explain Fortune Teller Tattoo A Quick One While He's Away Side Two Substitute Happy Jack I'm A Boy My Generation
  • Side One (Empire Theatre, Liverpool 7th December 1963)
    1. From Me To You
    2. I Saw Her Standing There
    3. All My Loving
    4. Roll Over Beethoven
    5. Boys
    6. Till There Was You
    7. She Loves You
    8. This BoySide Two
      1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
      2. Money
      3. Twist And Shout
      4. From Me To You/Third Man Theme
      5. I Saw Her Standing There/She Loves You
      6. Twist And Shout/From Me To You
      7. All My Loving
      8. She Loves You/Twist And Shout
      Side Two Tracks 1 – 4: Empire Theatre, Liverpool 7th December 1963; Track 5: Little Theatre, Southport 27th August 1963; Track 6: Albert Hall, London 18th April 1963; Track 7: Elstree Studios, Borehamwood 2nd December 1963; Track 8: Manchester 20th November 1963
  • Side One
    1. One Sided Love* (Danny Kirwan)
    2. Stop Messin’ Around (Peter Green & C.G. Adams)
    3. San Ho-Zay (Freddie King & Sonny Thompson)
    4. Albatross (Peter Green)
    5. Tallahassie Lassie (Crewe/Slay/Picariello)
    Side Two
    1. Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)
    2. Twist & Shout (Phil Medley & Bert Berns)
    3. I’m Worried (Clarence Lewis/Elmore James)
    4. Like It This Way* (Danny Kirwan)
    5. The World Keep On Turning (Peter Green)
    6. Rattlesnake Shake (Peter Green)
    All tracks recorded at Congresgebouw, The Hague on 28.02.69 for Dutch TV except side two tracks 3-6 recorded at Njardhallet, Oslo on 3.11.69 for Norwegian TV. Sound quality: Despite careful remastering, the tracks from The Hague tend towards the trebly; the Oslo tracks are of better quality but are not soundboard recordings. Peter Green - guitar, vocals Jeremy Spencer - guitar, maracas, vocals Danny Kirwan - guitar, vocals, lead vocals* John McVie - bass Mick Fleetwood – drums Sleevenotes: Milton Schlitz The first part of this record is devoted to Fleetwood Mac in concert at The Hague on the evening of February 28th 1969. By starting at the unusually early time of 7.15 the band were also able to fit in a second performance at midnight in Amsterdam, 66 km away. Opener One Sided Love is a cautiously paced Danny Kirwan original that was not recorded in the studio. Stop Messin’ Around is a co-write between Peter Green and manager Clifford Davis, here using his C.G Adams pseudonym. Taken at a fast shuffle the song showcases some wildly exciting guitar interplay between Green and Kirwan. San Ho-Zay is a Freddie King instrumental from 1961 which never appeared on a Fleetwood Mac LP. Albatross is enthusiastically received: released as a single the previous November it reached Number Two in the Norwegian singles chart. The pounding cover of Freddy Cannon’s Tallahassie Lassie gives the Flamin’ Groovies 1972 version some serious competition. A raucous Blue Suede Shoes puts Jeremy Spencer in the spotlight: some very authentic backing vocals fail to completely mask some dodgy Spencer vocal improvisation. The broadcast ends with a snippet of Twist and Shout that sounds more like the Clash than the Beatles. The four songs included here were recorded in front of an all-seated and somewhat sedate audience for Norwegian TV during November 1969. I’m Worried is an Elmore James number, otherwise unrecorded by the band. Like It This Way never featured on a Fleetwood Mac studio LP but here showcases the ability of Danny Kirwan and Peter Green to trade call-and-response guitar riffs in a way that would be copied (badly) by many other bands. When Kirwan breaks a string Green plays a solo electric version of The World Keep On Turning originally recorded on the band’s self-titled debut LP. Rattlesnake Shake was the first single released from third album Then Play On but it did badly on both sides of the Atlantic, causing Oh Well to be released as a much more successful follow up. Rattlesnake Shake proved to be a very popular live number with a powerful riff, an undulating rhythm and risqué lyrics. Whilst this is a relatively compact version, the song could be open-ended as Mick Fleetwood explained. "It incorporated the freedom to go off on a tangent, to jam. We learned that as players. You hear that alive and well in the double-time structure that I put in at the end, which on stage could last half an hour. It was our way of being in The Grateful Dead.” The breadth of material - both covers and originals - is truly remarkable. We are delighted to finally bring some of these more obscure tracks to public attention: they are every bit as enjoyable as their better known siblings.
  • Side One
    1. Foxy Lady
    2. Purple Haze
    3. Purple Haze
    4. Wild Thing
    5. The Wind Cries Mary
    6. Hey Joe
    Side Two
    1. Hey Joe
    2. Stone Free
    3. Wild Thing
    4. Stone Free
    5. Like a Rolling Stone
    6. Purple Haze
    R&B60
  • SIDE ONE
    1. Sympathy For The Devil (Jagger/Richards)
    2. Stray Cat Blues (Jagger/Richards)
    3. Prodigal Son (Robert Wilkins)
    4. You Gotta Move (McDowell/Rev. Gary Davies)
    SIDE TWO
    1. Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
    2. Live With Me (Jagger/Richards)
    3. Gimme Shelter (Jagger/Richards)
    4. Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
    5. Satisfaction (Jagger/Richards)
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    Side One 1. Homework 2. Man Of The World 3. Like It This Way 4. Only You 5. Dust My Broom 6. Stranger Blues Side Two 1. I’ve Got A Mind To Give Up Living 2. Oh Well (Pt. 1) 3. Comin' Your Way, 4. Shake Your Money Maker 5. Albatross R&B55
  • Side One 1. Wild Thing 2. Hey Joe 3. Rock Me Baby 4. The Wind Cries Mary 5. Stone Free 6. Hey Joe 7. Purple Haze Side Two 1. Foxy Lady 2. Hey Joe 3. Stone Free 4. Fire 5. Purple Haze 6. Hey Joe 7. Purple Haze R&B54
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    Side One 1. Come And Stay With Me (Jackie DeShannon) 2. Plaisir d’Amour (Jean-Paul-Égide Martini) 3. As Tears Go By (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Andrew Loog Oldham) 4. Go Away From My World (Jon Mark) 5. Yesterday (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) 6. Nuits d’Eté (Brian Thomas Henderson, Lisa Strike, Marcel Stellman) 7. What Have They Done With The Rain? (Malvina Reynolds) 8. Hier Ou Demain (Serge Gainsbourg) 9. Interview with Brian Epstein Side Two 1. This Little Bird (John D. Loudermilk) 2. Come And Stay With Me (Jackie DeShannon) 3. What Have They Done With The Rain? (Malvina Reynolds) / As Tears Go By (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Andrew Loog Oldham) 4. There But For Fortune (Phil Ochs) 5. Come And Stay With Me (Jackie DeShannon) 6. Yesterday (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) 7. Nuits d’Eté (Brian Thomas Henderson, Lisa Strike, Marcel Stellman) 8. Si Demain (E. Woolfson, M.Stellman) R&B49
  • SIDE ONE 1. WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE Rossini 2. WHAT'D I SAY Gerry & The Pacemakers 3. BOYS The Shirelles 4. WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW The Shirelles 5. WOODEN HEART Elvis Presley 6. C'MON EVERYBODY Eddie Cochran 7. TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK Gene Vincent & Eddie Cochran 8. HALLELUJAH! I LOVE HER SO Horst Fascher 9. NEW ORLEANS Gary U.S. Bonds 10. MAILMAN, BRING ME NO MORE BLUES Buddy Holly SIDE TWO 1. RED SAILS IN THE SUNSET The Quarrymen 2. CRYING, WAITING, HOPING Buddy Holly 3. OVER THE RAINBOW Gene Vincent 4. MEAN WOMAN BLUES Elvis Presley 5. LUCILLE Little Richard 6. HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' Hank Williams 7. BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY Elvis Presley 8. LOVE ME TENDER Elvis Presley 9. DON'T FORBID ME Pat Boone 10. CORRINE, CORRINNA Ray Peterson 11. WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE Rossini Recording first published 1961 R&B5