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  • 01. Littles - Fatemah Sultan
    02. Moha Jamin - Sheesh Va Hesht Moha Jamin
    03. The Flowers - Meekshi Manoo
    04. Littles - 4x8 Jadeed
    05. Group Takhala La - Dokhtar E Darya
    06. Zia - Man Kiam?
    07. Ojoobe Ha - Sartegar Nakesh Chen
    08. Penahi - Dance Music
    09. Moha Jamin - Ashk-e Roya E Bashkahe
    10. Golden Ring - Bar Ay Dokhtar Ha
    11. Moha Jamin - Raks Raks Raks
    12. The Rebels - Indian Rebels
    13. Kourosh - Akhm Nakon
    14. Googoosh - Respect
    15. Saeed - Mosh Va Karnah
    16. Golden Ring - Shekar Dar Kohestan
    17. Littles - Mehtaab
    18. Rebels - Sha La La
    19. Saeed - Kocheh Asha
    20. Golden Ring - Pasar Ha Naz Kaneed
    21. Zinguala Ha - Atal Matal
    22. Shakayik - A B C D
    23. Zia - Baroun Behar Do Barah
    24. Ojoobe Ha - Beware
    25. Bijan - Baroon Omad
    26. Rebels - What Can He Do
    27. Shabah - I Need Somebody To Love
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    Raks Raks Raks: 17 Golden Garage Psych Nuggets From The Iranian 60s Scene

    [engl] CD version with 10 bonus tracks! This is one of the most anticipated as well as unexpected compilations from the global depths of 60s and 70s rock'n'roll: The Persian scene. Let alone coming across with a representative compilation, even solid evidences of such a scene has not been seen until now and has been largely suspected, maybe save for a select few of eager garage and psychedelic record collectors and enthusiasts of worldwide rock, who have been trying to hunt such sounds on the internet and private collectors' circles, usually to no avail. Needless to say, the most important factor in this has been the obvious hideously rare status that Iran's pre-Revolution East-West cross cultural artefacts are in right now. As with almost all Asiatic countries, the Shadows and the Ventures seem to be the true and primal influence in the Iranian music scene of the most part of 60s for the rock sound and attitude to penetrate the country's fledgeling record industry and its swinging public base. In 1964, the legendary Top4 company opened up and started releasing choice chart hits from the worldwide lists, on 4-track EPs, followed soon by MonoGram and other companies. These mixed up records featured a lot of popular songs of the day, spanning the whole European continent i.e. including what's referred to now as 'Euro pop' hits and the 'big brothers', UK and US charts. The day's youth back then was lucky: they could follow the West moment by moment now. The foremost impact of these were to feature and spread British invaders, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, otherwise available only on radio. Come 1966, 60s was in full swing in Iran too!
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    24.10.2018
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    24.10.2018
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    Rare surf vol. 3

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  • 01. Werner Gavac - I Love You, Baby!
    02. Frank Roberts Und Die Bongo Band - Maloja
    03. Die 4 Bambis - Inka City '60
    04. Gerhard Wilfried / Heinz Neubrand Und Seine Combo - Chica Chica Bum
    05. Uzzi & Bill Grah 's Olympia Band -Geisterstunden Cha-Cha
    06. The Hubbubs - Nachts In Chicago
    07. Johnny & The Shamrocks - Biggy's Little Car
    08. Franco Runa - Orchester Teddy Windholz - Komm, Little Girl
    09. Robert Benett - Orchester Teddy Windholz - Sag' Wieso
    10. Ferry Graf - Will Fantel Und Seine Rocker's - Hotel Zur Einsamkeit
    11. The Austrian Evergreens - Tabu
    12. The Austrian Evergreens - Olymp
    13. Dolf Kauer & The Charly-Combo - Blue-Jean-Jack Aus Meidling
    14. Fred Andree – Orchester Robert Opratko - Vorüber
    15. Errol Ribeiro & The Vienna Beatles - Sick And Tired
    16. The Tramps - Gran Chaco
    17. Unknown Band - Verliebt... Junge Leute Diskutieren (2.Szene)
    18. Jerry & The Cannons - Rosalie (Shake, Shake)
    19. Hannes Patek & The Vienna Beatles - Jeanny, Jeanny, Jeanny
    20. Rockie Jackson - Baby, Let's Play House

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    Schnitzelbeat Volume 1

    Was kommt ihnen beim Stichwort österreichische Populärmusik der 50er- und 60er-Jahre in den Sinn? Freddy Quinn? Peter Alexander? Lederhosen? Oder war da vielleicht doch noch mehr, vielleicht sogar was richtig Wildes? Herzlich willkommen in der wundersamen Welt des Schnitzelbeat! Der Wiener Musikjournalist, DJ und Subkulturforscher Al Bird Sputnik hat im Rahmen der Kulturinitiative Trash Rock Archives in jahrelanger und mühevoller Arbeit unglaubliche Vinyl-Schätze ans Licht geholt: Fundstücke, die belegen, dass es in Österreich ebenso einen vitalen Rock-N-Roll-Underground wie auch spektakuläre Vorboten des Austropop gegeben hat. "Schnitzelbeat Vol.1" bietet Twisted Rock-N-Roll, Exotica & Proto-Beat Unknows from Austria 1957-1966!
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    01.02.2014
     
  • 01. The Slaves - You Are The Only One
    02. The Gamblers -Little Girl
    03. The Boys - Come Back To Me
    04. The Beatfires - Interpol
    05. The Counts - Rosen
    06. The Desperates - LSD
    07. The Rockets - Mein Girl Und Ich
    08. The Lost Generation - I Had Forgotten
    09. Harry David Quintett - LSD 3000
    10. The Meadows - Future
    11. Herbert O Und Die Beatniks 62 - Es Ist Schon Spät
    12. The Brand Brothers - Rainy Nights
    13. The Lamberts - Crazy Time
    14. Les Fantoms - Beat In E
    15. The Earls - Say The Word
    16. The Seals - Around The World

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    Schnitzelbeat Volume 2

    [engl] A Sunday in August 1965: While the grown-ups are tending to their cars and gardens, a bunch of kids are maltreating budget guitars, cheap Italian combo organs, and ramshackle drum sets in the garage. Mandatory accessoires: longer hair than all the other boys at school, and black boots pointier than the tip of a knife. What had happened to these youths? N What had infected the young (amateur) musicians brought to you by Schnitzelbeat Vol. 2 was the exciting, new, hot sound seeping into cozy, provincial Austria from happening places like New York, London, and Hamburg. The artists compiled on this collection translate the air of unrestrained abandon transported by the newly emerging popular genres into their own, locally flavored idiom: Teenage Beat and Garage Rock Made in Austria, 1964-1970.Presenting internationally operating epigones of Austrian underground sound of the 1960s (THE SLAVES, THE GAMBLERS) alongside recently re-discovered trailblazers of independent production (THE LOST GENERATION, THE EARLS), Schnitzelbeat Vol. 2 is the first compilation of its kind to pay respect to the wilder side of home-grown Austrian teenage sound of the 1960s in all its diversity: you’ll find Instro Rock smashers, Beat ballads, straight-up Rhythm’n’Blues pieces, jangling, Folksy harmonies, savage Proto-Punk blowouts, and – of course – the off-the-wall appropriations of well-known interna-tional Beat hits that often provided ambitious amateurs with the jump-start they needed to get their own sound up and running. Curated and compiled by Al Bird Sputnik of the TRASH ROCK ARCHIVES (Vienna), this volume makes a compelling case for a revisionist history of Austrian Pop and Rock music. No 1960s underground Beat in the Alpine republic? Not true!
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    18.09.2015
     
  • 01. ZIA
    02. Helelyos FARROKHZAD
    03. Avazekhan Na Avaz SHOHREH
    04. Del SHAMAIZADEH
    05. Agar Bekhai Mitooni NOOSHAFARIN
    06. Gole Aftabgardoon ZIA
    07. Kermani AZITA
    08. Yaare Chaghalo SHAHROKH
    09. Koolehbaar SHAMAIZADEH
    10. Be Man Tekyeh Kon BETI
    11. Hele Dan Dan AZITA
    12. Baba Heydar SATTAR
    13. Sedayeh Del SOLI Feat. NELI
    14. Tasvire Yek Fasl AFSHIN
    15. Tarhe Khoshbakhti SHOREH
    16. Omadi MAZIAR
    17. Mahigir
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    Sedayeh Del

    [engl] Khosh Amadid, friends, to this 4th volume in a series of compilations highlighting fiercely rare 45s from Tehrans pre- revolutionary golden age. Vivacious ladies with sassy Dorothy Hamill haircuts and skin- bearing pantsuits were once plastered across Tehrans newsstands. Those gorgeous sirens and their hunky male counterparts made all the teens sway to hand drums that boinked in 6/8 time. Plush brass & string arrangements took their cues from Latin grooves, psychedelic guitars, ritzy soundtracks, and sugary pop from the West. Within months of the 1979 Islamic revolution, pop music was labeled a symbol of the previous regime and became illegal overnight. In those same months, it also became illegal for women to be in public without conforming to the hijab dress code. By hook and crook, these little round records survived, and they attest to a time when Tehrans homegrown and exiled populations would have been united in an easygoing love for funk bass & buzzing synthesizers. Hear the tunes that rivaled the hits of Googoosh & Kourosh by singers who only recorded a few precious singles, but don?t think for a minute that Tehrans nightingales have run out of surprises for your ears. The discoveries are just beginning.
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  • 01. Ez Az Utolsó Randevúnk - Éva Nagy
    02. Csak Fiataloknak - Márta Bencze
    03. Fekete Beat - Sarolta Zalatnay
    04. Ha Csak Egy Fokkal Szebb Az Ördögnél - Gabi Fenyvesi
    05. Júdás Vagy - Kyri Ambrus
    06. Keresem A Szót - Zsuzsa Koncz
    07. Zsákutca - Clementina Magay
    08. Könyörögni Nem Fogok - Zsuzsa Mátray
    09. Keresek Egy Fiút - Mária Wittek
    10. Mindig Tanul Az Ember - Beáta Karda
    11. Nyílik Még Virág - Marika Késmárky
    12. Lassan Múlik Az Idõ - Mária Toldy
    13. Hazudik A Drága - Kati Kovács
    14. Hétköznapi Szerelem - Teréz Harangozó
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    She Came From Hungary! 1960s Beat Girls From The Eastern Bloc

    [engl] Feisty freakbeat, folk rock, funky pop and more from Hungary’s foremost female recording stars – backed by some of the nation’s leading beat bands. Having unearthed girl-pop delights from France, Sweden, Japan, Italy and Spain in recent years, Ace now turn their attention to the Eastern Bloc with this compilation of female-fronted records from Hungary. Following a relaxation of the rule that all music must adhere to strict socialist values, and with nearly 40% of Hungary’s population aged 20 or under, by the mid-60s the younger generation was looking to the West for entertainment. Via European radio stations they discovered beat music, which would become the musical style of choice for many budding bands and singers. All musical work was still required to abide by the government’s Prohibited, Permitted and Propagated policy, which restricted lyrics and dress codes that were deemed permissive or subversive, while every song recorded (or performed live) had to be approved by the National Centre for Popular Music. Once approved, artists were allowed to record with accompaniment by the National TV & Radio Orchestra, the Stúdió 11 ensemble, or – as is the case with most tracks here – by one of a select few Hungarian beat groups that were authorised to record at the time. The KISZ (Hungarian Young Communist League), noting the burgeoning passion for Western music, decided to promote a Hungarian pop culture – where young people could be steered towards performing songs in the national language and with traditional folk instruments. The Táncdalfesztivál, a televised annual song contest set up in 1966, allowed acts to compete live against each other, and proved very popular with viewers. All of the vocalists featured here competed at the Táncdalfesztivál during its initial four-year run. All Hungarian records were issued on the state-run Qualiton label, often with different acts featured on each side. The most successful artists were afforded picture sleeves for their releases but most were packaged in Qualiton company bags, of which there were scores of exceptionally well-designed variations (see back page for some striking examples). In the mid-60s the company began to prioritise the main girl singers – Sarolta Zalatnay, Kati Kovács and Zsuzsa Koncz – and the groups Illés, Omega and Metro, who between them would dominate the Hungarian music scene for the next few years. Sarolta Zalatnay kicked off her solo career with a hit record that helped land her a scholarship in London. There she discovered blues and soul music, which would shape the sound of later recordings such ‘Fekete Beat’ backed by Metro. Kati Kovács’ organ-drenched ‘Hazudik A Drága’ with the band Olympiais just one of many choice cuts from a career that spans 20 albums. Like Kati, Zsuzsa Koncz appeared on the TV talent show Ki Mit Tud? before releasing records. She fronted the beat combo Illés, who back her on the gorgeous ‘Keresem A Szót’. Other highlights here include ‘Ha Csak Egy Fokkal Szebb Az Ördögnél’ by pocket-sized belter Gabi Fenyvesi, ‘Keresek Egy Fiút’ by Mária Wittek, the first performer to don go-go boots and mini skirt on Hungarian TV, and ‘Ez Az Utolsó Randevúnk’ by Éva Nagy, a veritable freakbeat masterpiece. The collection is available in 24-track CD and 14-track vinyl formats. The CD version comes with a bumper 28-page booklet, and the LP is pressed on 180g transparent red vinyl in an illustrated inner bag – each featuring a picture-packed 7,000-word track commentary by compilers Mick Patrick and Matt Meek.
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    Release-Datum
    24.09.2018
     
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    Soulful Sounds From Soulville

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    Release-Datum
    03.01.2010
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    03.01.2010
     
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    SUN COUNTRY VOL. 1 DEFROST YOUR HEART

    CHARLIE FEATHERS,MILLER SISTERS,MAC SELF
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    Sunlight Glide

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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

    [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. (Benny Andersson, when awarded an honorary doctorate in 2008, cited Caterina Valente, Mantovani and schlagers as his biggest influences; no doubt, he could have spoken for many Swedes.) “The Girls Want The Boys!” opens with early solo tracks by the lead singers of the country’s greatest pop music export: Agnetha Fältskog with ‘Ge Dej Till Tåls’, a peppy number first recorded by Gloria Hunniford; and Anni-Frid Lyngstad’s recording of the Euro-chic ‘Så Synd Du Måste Gå’, a song popularised by Françoise Hardy as ‘Comment Te Dire Adieu’. Other well-known names include national treasure Lill-Babs with her version of Dusty Springfield’s ‘Little By Little’ and chart star Mona Wessman’s cover of bachelor pad classic ‘Music To Watch Girls By’, both performed in Swedish. But it wasn’t all cover versions in 1960s Sweden. Dig, for example, ‘Don’t’ by cult favourite Doris, who also appears as lead singer and bass guitarist of the group Plums; Eleanor Bodel’s terrific title track; au pair duo Bella & Me’s groovy ‘Help Me Break This Habit’; Britt Bergström’s Ivy League-penned ‘You Really Have Started Something’; and multi-lingual Suzie’s fan favourite ‘Det Får Ej Hända Igen’, a number she recorded in five languages. Cherry-picked sides by the guitar-toting Plommons, Angeliques, Sunnygirls and cover stars MAK Les Soeurs illustrate the country also produced its share of all-girl groups. There have been a number of explanations as to why Sweden is so good at making pop music – among them bad weather, good language skills, an openness to foreign cultures, and supportive public policies. Homogenous, and for a long time at some remove from the action – although with an eye (and an ear) to the world –Sweden in the 60s was a markedly different place from the multicultural society it is today. With new blood continuously being added to its already heady mix of writers and performers, there’s every chance the country’s influence on pop music will continue. This compilation, from the point of view of 1960s beat girls, shows us where it all began.
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    24.09.2016
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    EAN 029667005319
     
  • 01. SHAHRAM: Asheghi ham hadi dare BETI : Nazr SOLI: Nasim
    02. e yaar NOOSHAFARIN: Pichak AMIR RASSAIE: Tisheh o risheh NELI: Ki bood HABIB MOHEBIAN: Maadar SHOHREH SOLATI: Dele khoshbavar MORTEZA: Sabr kon SATTAR: Sar sepordeh SHAHRAM: Leila NELI: Yek rooze taazeh FEREIDOON FARROKHZAD & MAHNAZ: Baroone bahari RAMESH: Delakam BETI: Khooneh khaleh AFSHIN SHAD: Dige base SATTAR: Asal GITA: Eshghe to
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    Tisheh o risheh

    [engl] Ohhh, those rolling 6/8 time signatures, wah- ed out guitars, throbbing bass lines & shimmery disco strings. After two sets of singles from the jet- setting 1970s Tehran pop scene, Pharaway Sounds brings you a third round- up of tunes from just before the Iranian revolution. You'll find rockers from bands like the Rebels, making their way through the western sounds of the late 70s. But maybe more important, hear the voices of the girls, sweet & tough alike, who all ran out & got their hair cut in a foxy Hamill camel just like trend- setter Googoosh. A set that veers from gypsy fiddles to crime jazz piano to Abba knock- offs, and it's all from the teen idols of stage & screen who once filled glossy magazines to promote their latest musical adventures. Remastered sound, colour insert with pictures and detailed liner notes. CD comes with colour booklet with pictures and detailed liner notes.
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    Trans-World Punk Rave-Up #1

    Beide seit Ewigkeiten ausverkauften Teile dieser legendären, dem Titel entsprechend weltweiten Beat / Garage / 60ies Punk / R&B Compilations sind wieder aufgelegt worden. Im Crawdad Slang hei?t das so schön: "18-cut blaster of wailin' 60s Euro beat / R&B howl!" Dazu neue Photos, 4-Farb Cover, Linernotes - das ganze Programm halt! Auf Vol. 1 sind u.a.: Motions, Sons Of Fred, Pleazers, Rollers, Entertainers, Magic Strangers, ...
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    Trans-World Punk Rave-Up #2

    Der zweite Teil knüpft mit 16 weiteren Songs nahtlos am Vorgänger an: Blue Stars, Jaguars, Phantom Brothers, The Bats, Brand, Frays, usw. Quasi eine weltweite Back From The Grave Compilation mit dem besten, was vor knapp 40 Jahren in exotischen Orten wie Kanada, Spanien und Dänemark (!) aus irgendwelchen modrigen Kellern und Garagen gekrochen kam.
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    Twistin rumble Vol. 09

    [engl] Killer new LP of wacked-out and DANCEABLE 1950s & early-1960s slop!! R&B, titty-twisters, GO-GO mania, jungled exotica, ETC!
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    17.07.2009
     
  • 01. The Bluestars - Social End Product
    02. The La De Das - Don't You Stand In My Way
    03. Sandy Edmonds - Come See Me
    04. Larry's Rebels - Whatcha Gonna Do About It?
    05. The Rayders - Working Man
    06. Tom Thumb - You're Gonna Miss Me
    07. The Pleazers - Hurtin' All Over
    08. Grim Ltd. - Milk Cow Blues
    09. Chants R&B - Neighbour Neighbour
    10. The Roadrunners - L.S.D.
    11. The Smoke - No More Now
    12. The Gremlins - Blast Off 1970
    13. The Principals - I Can't Stop
    14. The Troubled Mind - Finders Keepers
    15. Ray Woolf & The Avengers - Little Things That Happen
    16. Tomorrow's Love 7 And 7 Is
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    Wild Things (New Zealand Freakbeat 1966-1968)

    [engl] 16 Kiwi freakbeat nuggets from 1966 to 1968 !!! Redux 25th Anniversary 'Wild Things' collection of out of control, filthy, & fuzzy mayhem from the 'bottom' of the world (Just ask Keith Richard & Viv Prince - both NZ tourists in 1965). Kiwi teens out 'prettying' the Pretty Things with the Mod-ish ferocity of the Who and strong doses of Beck & Page-ish rave up isms. Armed with locally manufactured guitars and amplifiers through home-made fuzz boxes. These 16 skullbusting mashers were recorded under basic conditions in primitive studios. All in mono, transferred from master tape. Insert included.
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    25.08.2018
     
  • 01. Doukkali - Je suis jaloux
    02. François Bernheim – Tom
    03. Michel Handson – Bric à Brac
    04. Matty Kemer – Boeing
    05. Gilles du Janeyrand – Filles 2000
    06. Alain Ricar – I like sex
    07. Paul Dupret - Je t’aime trop
    08. Richard Hertel – Patatras Hola
    09. Michel Didier – Comme un Arc-en-ciel
    10. Liberatore – Vedette internationale
    11. Alain Serco – kiki
    12. Gérard Gray – Le poisson vert
    13. François Faray – Le Grand Méchant Loup
    14. Patrice Lamy – Laisse-moi médire que je t’aime PART 1
    15. K.R. Nagati – Sidi Bou
    16. Les Missiles – La (nouvelle) guerre de cent ans
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    WIZZZ French psychorama 1966/1974 Vol 4

    [engl] The Wizzz ! saga continues with a fresh selection of 60s and 70s rarities gathered from the unchartered nooks of the French-pop galaxy. Stars, underbosses and unknown artists rub shoulders on this tangy new compilation. Take off on a sonic journey through the starry night of the late sixties.
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    05.03.2021
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    05.03.2021
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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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    Would She Do That For You?!

    [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’. The album concludes in high style with a recently uncovered recording by the Blossoms of the otherworldly ‘Moon Walking’ featuring celebrated arranger/guitarist Billy Strange. In conclusion, “Would She Do That For You?! Girl Group Sounds USA 1964-68” is a blast from start to finish. Dig it. IAN JOHNSTON
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    31.05.2019
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  • 01. Ahmad Wali & Hangama: Shab Labane Dagh Khesh
    02. Nooshafarin: Ouj
    03. Farzin: Khoda Hafez
    04. Nooshafarin: Parastesh
    05. Emad Raam: Ey Vatan Iran
    06. Nooshafarin: Ghebleh
    07. Fereshte: Shahre Khali
    08. Hassan Shamaizadeh: Safar
    09. Kambiz: Bi Vafa
    10. Amir Rassaei: Aroos Khanom
    11. Morteza: Rahgozar
    12. Simin Ghanem: Gholake Cheshat
    13. Azita: Setareh
    14. Pouran: Molla Mamad Jan
    15. Farzin: Zendooni
    16. Pooneh: Hamishe Tanha
    17. Ramesh: Ghoroobaa Ghashangan
    18. Taherzadeh: Baaghe Geryeh
    19. Neli: Gheseh Raftan (CD Bonus track)
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    Zendooni

    [engl] Zendooni celebrates a time when Pop artists in Iran ruled the country. During the 70s, before the Revolution, Occidental and Middle East mannerisms collided and the result was a new kind of Iranian Pop which incorpotated different genres and arrangements to its Persian roots. Touches of Funk, Jazz, Latin, Bossa, Progressive- Psychedelic sounds and Morricone / Blaxploitation styled soundtracks can be heard on this collection, culled from miraculously survived vinyls and cassettes. A surreal voyage back to the Golden Age of Persian Pop. A vibrant time when female singers like Nooshafarin, Azita, Pouran or Ramesh appeared in colourful teen mags dressed in full hippie fashion. We are proud to present for the first time to Western ears amazing examples of Persian psych- prog like ''Safar'' by Hassan Shamaizadeh and ''Vi Bafa'' by Kambiz ; Persian funk by Azita, Nooshafarin, Emad Raam, Pooneh ; Bollywood styled sounds by Ahmad Wali & Hangama and much more.
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  • 01. Memphis Underground
    02. Into The Fire
    03. Rose Garden
    04. Funky Broadway
    05. Exodus
    06. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
    07. Whole Lot Of Love
    08. Love Story
    09. Get Ready
    10. Unchain My Heart
    11. I'm Your Puppet
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    VAMPIRES, THE

    Vampires Underground

    [engl] Where does a band of Indian guys in East South Africa even play, and how on earth would they end up with fuzzy guitar riffs, wah- wah and funky drums? Riddles abound when you discover a platter like this one. Durban, famous for its beaches and also for beach signs that marked off areas for white people, had a very unique dance band scene in 1971. The Vampires are a strange footnote in a strange world, and they slosh through each song like they're having the time of their lives. The mostly instrumental band covers everything from a soundtrack that prefigures the drama of Ennio Morricone fuzz, to middle of the road Nashville country, to Zeppelin, with flute, organ and fuzz guitar high in the mix.
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  • 01. Dying land
    02. Idleness
    03. Happy family
    04. Hatred and love
    05. Information
    06. Beautiful morning
    07. Theres a bird
    08. Hypocrites
    09. Intermezzo
    10. Do hurry
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    VESCOLI, TONI

    Information

    [engl] In 1970, when Swiss garage- beat band Les Sauterelles split, their leader, Toni Vescoli, decided to start a solo career. At first, inspired by Dylan, he thought of going strictly acoustic, but he soon changed his mind and, influenced by bands like King Crimson and Pink Floyd, he started incorporating psychedelic & electric elements to his sound: feedback, primitive drum machines, guitars and vocals filtered through Leslie speakers etc. He also incorporated to his repertoire some of the songs he had written for the never recorded Sauterelles concept album, Seven Deadly Sins. In 1971, Toni released his debut solo album, ?Information?. A folk- rock / psychedelic gem which reflected his influences at the time: folk, rock, psychedelia, progressive- rock?From fragile acoustic numbers to dark, wigged- out psychedelic tracks, this is highly recommended to anyone into ?CQ? era Outsiders or Frank Nuyens ?Rainman? album.
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  • 01. Something Is Coming
    02. How Does It Feel?
    03. I Will Always Come Back
    04. I Know
    05. Old Man
    06. Water
    07. In My Mind
    08. You And I
    09. Landgrabber
    10. Lets Get Loaded
    11. You?ll Find Your Man
    12. Rollin? Down The Highway
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    WAKEFIELD

    The lost Warthog tapes

    [engl] First ever vinyl release of 1970- 71 recordings by this band from Colorado. A blend of hard- rock, psychedelia, and acid- rock with powerful jamming sound, long tracks, stunning lead guitar, organ, latin percussion, dreamy / bluesy vocals?Fans of Leslies Motel don?t miss this one!
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  • 01. All It Is
    02. Empty Heart
    03. Tell Me
    04. Chris's B's
    05. Blue Bells
    06. Last Time
    07. Hanky Panky
    08. Sapphire
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    WALFLOWER COMPLEXTION, THE

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    [engl] Garage and beat music fans are always fond of digging deep in the vaults of Latin American 60s labels in search for obscure bands to feed their appetite for rare recordings. While most of the unearthed stuff usually consists of cover versions of hits sung in their native Spanish/Portuguese language, we have a totally different case here. The members of The Walflower Complextion were actually American teenagers, children of US Government staff, attending high school in Bogotá, Colombia.Somehow they got a deal with local label Daro and released their first LP in 1966. The album shows an evident influence of the British Invasion bands, featuring four Stones covers and other classics such as 'Long Tall Shorty' via The Kinks, but it is in their own originals and instrumentals where the band showcases the best of their talent. 'Blue Bells', a druggy garage delight, or 'Chris's B's', leaning towards early surf music, display the raw sound of this bunch of teens: beautiful vocals, psych guitars, wild drums and tambourines shaken in the background.Although they recorded two albums (only distributed locally) and even appeared on Colombian TV, the band did not last long... They broke up in June 1967 after some of the members finished high school, and little else is known about the next steps in music of Fred and Rick Sampson, Chris Kryzs, Pat Sinex and Mark Lusk. Despite their short career, The Walflower Complextion have gained a cult status among those into Colombian bands such as Los Speakers or Los Young Beats. A must for garage collectors!
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  • 01. Big Bell Boy
    02. Cold Shower
    03. Getting High
    04. So What ?
    05. Funny Kid
    06. Brutus Drums
    07. Woodpecker Waltz
    08. K.O.
    09. Shut Up
    10. Xylo Spleen
    11. Impatience
    12. Latin Pop
    13. Beach Beat
    14. Why ?
    15. Drug
    16. Telex
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    WARNER, EDDIE

    Progressive Percussions

    [engl] Eddie Warner, born in Magdeburg, Germany in 1917, has been one of the leading figures in European Exotica in the 1950s operating from France where he ended up at after the war. His repertoire of styles included several kinds of jazz and Latin based dance music such as Mambo, Baião, Chachachá but with a stateless hunger to explore new terrain he built himself another refuge in the library music and electronic sounds department. A cornerstone of his work in that field has now been reissued by Fifth Dimension, a young and uprising label with a special attention to electronic and library music. 1968 was the year that “Progressive Percussion Vol. 1” has been unleashed upon mankind for the first time and since library music was always meant to be used for the soundtracks of movie and TV productions or commercials, not many people outside that genre may have taken notice of this colorful masterpiece. It was not uncommon that such soundscapes back then consisted of powerful funky and jazzy rhythms, fuzzed out guitars and steaming keyboard work. Eddie Warner and his compatriots spice up these already standardized elements with freaky electronic chimes, morse code sounds and even outbursts of free format psychedelic eruptions that will blow your mind. The title already suggests that Eddie Warner and his musicians often put an emphasize on the groove and not only the regular drummer conjures a tight netting of polyrhythmical patterns but also receives assistance from a very skillfully executed xylophone and some handy percussions that rattle and ping somewhere within this jungle of grooves. Rock and heavy funk are the predominant styles from which this studio band starts its musical expedition. Despite being European, Eddie Warner and his mates hit the frequency of pure hot blooded powerfunk and heavier west coast rock played mostly by American bands from California to Detroit and NYC back in the late 60s. When this group calms down a bit and gets in the mood for a Latin and jazz influenced jam, you as the listener find yourself in a smokey psychedelic club somewhere in San Francisco until the song and your trippy dream end. While most of the time you could imagine an rampant jam session of SLY & THE FAMILY STONE, QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE and JEFFERSON AIRPLANE, especially the pure electronic moments here are years ahead of their time and should have been a massive influence on later German pioneers such as KRAFTWERK, NEU or CLUSTER. So this is an adventurous piece of music for the fans of groovy, sexy and mind expanding music based on what the pop scene in 1968 had to offer. Close your eyes and join the space dance.
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    10.04.2015
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    EAN 5291103811265
     
  • 01. Song From The Very North
    02. Blinkered Man
    03. Staring Face
    04. Waiting To Fall Back Asleep
    05. The Palace Of Twelve Phases
    06. Sitting On A Throne / Wind Is Blowing / A Hedge Of Thorns
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    WINDY CORNER

    The house at windy corner

    [engl] Formed in Amsterdam in the late 60s, Windy Corner were a psychedelic folk- rock band who rarely played live. Using self- made instruments and amplifiers, they recorded long sessions at their rehearsal space in a cottage. In 1973, they released their first album, ''The House At Windy Corner'', a 100 copies custom pressing on the collectable Deroy label. Underground progressive / psychedelic folk- rock with charming home- made sound and fragile atmosphere. Dreamy vocals, organ, acoustic / electric guitars, bass and drums, similar at times to other obscure lo- fi psych bands like A- Austr or Ithaca, Agincourt... First ever reissue. Remastered sound, original artwork, insert with liner notes and rare photos.''Something of an enigma in the collector's circle, their ambitious and intricate long instrumental passages remind me of the British underground group Sindelfingen and the more understated and meditative improvisations of the San Francisco- bands Mad River (first album) and Grateful Dead (1968- 70). Windy Corner's home recordings were generally quite strange and highly rewarding?'' - Dag Erik Asbjornsen, Scented Gardens Of The Mind
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