• In 1965 The Stones picked up NME awards for Best New GroupBest British R’n’B Group and Best New Disc Or TV Singer. They celebrated with a gig at the Wembley Empire Pool where their live prowess could clearly be heard, despite the screams of 10,000 highly-energized fans. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love was performed at a slower pace than usual and formed a medley with Pain In My Heart. Around and Around featured a pair of densely interwoven guitars whilst The Last Time benefited from distinctive Keith Richards backing vocals.
  • The NME called it “the greatest pop show in the world” and who are we to argue. The 3 ½ hour show was witnessed by 10,000 fans at Wembley’s Empire Pool who saw The Animals, The Bachelors, Cilla Black, Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders, Freddie & The Dreamers, Herman's Hermits, The Ivy League, Tom Jones, The Kinks, The Moody Blues, The Rockin' Berries, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, The Seekers, Sounds Incorporated, Dusty Springfield, Them & Twinkle. The Beatles performed just five songs.
  • 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.
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    Today, The Lovin’ Spoonful do not receive the same degree of attention or respect as Love, The Byrds or The Buffalo Springfield – no lengthy magazine retrospectives, no weighty box sets or ponderous TV documentaries. But during John Sebastian’s golden streak from 1965-1966, all seven of the Spoonful’s singles went top ten in the Billboard charts, an unprecedented achievement. Listening to these eighteen live TV recordings, the excitement they exude is contagious. The interview with Dick Clark does little to illuminate the band’s appeal, but then he was “trying to tell a stranger about rock’n’roll”.
  • 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
    1. She Loves You (Lennon/McCartney) John (with Paul and George)
    2. You Can't Do That (Lennon/McCartney) John (with Paul and George)
    1. Twist And Shout (Russell/Medley) John (with Paul and George)
    2. Long Tall Sally (Johnson) Paul
    3. Can't Buy Me Love (Lennon/McCartney) Paul
    1. ROADRUNNER (McDaniels)
    2. MIDNIGHT TO SIX MEN (Taylor/May)
    3. RAININ´ IN MY HEART (West/Moore)
    Live in Bremen, Germany, April 1966 SIDE TWO
    1. REINCARNATION (Taylor/May)
    2. CHILDREN (Taylor/May)
    Live in Paris, June 1967 Pendleton and Stax replaced by Jon Povey –keyboards Wally Waller – bass guitar REP 016
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    SIDE ONE 1. DADDY ROLLING STONE (Blackwell) 2. MY GENERATION (Townshend) SIDE TWO 1. SHOUT & SHIMMY (Brown) 2. MAN WITH MONEY (Everly/Everly) REP03
    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)
    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)
    1. Watch Your Step
    2. It's Hard But It's Fair
    3. Titanic
    4. I Won't Believe It Till I See It
    5. Don't Drive Me Away
    6. Do The Monkey
    7. Blues Get Off My Shoulder
    8. Keep Away From My Heart
    9. Night Stroll (Pt. 2)
    1. It's Too Late Darling
    2. Steal Your Heart Away
    3. I Couldn't Quit My Baby
    4. Once Upon A Time, Long Ago, Last Night
    5. You Got What It Takes
    6. Gimme Some Lovin'
    7. Get Right
    8. Hot Gravy
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    SIDE ONE Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash) Lulu’s Back In Town (Dubin/Warren) I Always Wanted A Girl Like You (Hunter/Ohlsen) SIDE TWO Alabama Bound (Robert Hoffman) KSAN-FM Radio Commercial REP 037
  • Side ONE 1. Oily  Juggy 2. Tears And Misery  Sonny Til 3. I'm Just A Poor Boy  Bonnie Floyd 4. Keep On Laughin' Baby  Ila Vann 5. Warm And Tender Love  Rene Bailey 6. Standing On The Outside Looking In  Pete Parker 7. Try Me And See  Ruth Brown 8. Try A Little Love  Charles Hodges Side TWO 1. Funky 8 Corners (Inst.)  Willie & The Mighty Magnificents 2. Try Try Try  Mighty Joe Drake 3. So Much To Give  Curtis Blandon 4. They Don't Make Women Like You Anymore  Prince Harold 5. You Don't Live Twice  Charlie Thomas 6. Losing Comes  Gladys Patrick 7. Hang Loose  Ronnie Mitchell 8. (I Only See Him) On The Weekend  Lilly Fields HS24