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The Klan – Fify The Fly

Palette EP 22029 (France 1967)

4 track vinyl EP

Jack Hitchin, Luc Hensill, Christopher John-Lühr, Dany Longlegs

1. Fify The Fly (2:12)
2. Melody Maker (2:00)
3. Teardrops (3:02)
4. Lonesome Gene (2:22)

Artwork Included (front, labels)

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Hank Ballard – Les Génies Du Rock Vol. 19

Subtitled “Work With Me Annie”

Editions Atlas – RK CD 419 (Switzerland – France 1993)

Partial reissue of Hank Ballard And The Midnighters’ “Live At The Palais” double LP or single CD (recorded live at the Hammersmith Palais, London, England, December 11, 1986).

1. Lucille (4:09)
2. The Hoochy Coochie Coo (3:49)
3. Work With Me Annie (5:17)
4. Tore Up Over You (2:45)
5. Teardrops On Your Letter (4:13)
6. Look At Little Sister (2:15)
7. My Girl (6:57)
8. Hold On I'm Coming / Soul Man (4:21)
9. Sugaree, Sugaree (3:08)
10. Sexy Ways (2:23)
11. Baby Workout (3:20)
12. Finger Poppin' Time (3:31)
13. Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go (5:34)
14. The Twist (6:38)

Artwork Included (front, inside, back, CD)

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Stan Webb’s Chicken Shack - The Creeper

ARIOLA 25891 XOT (Germany 1977)

Stan Webb (guitar, vocals)
Dave Winthrop (saxophones)
Robbie Blunt (guitars)
Edd Spevock (drums)
Paul Martinez (bass)
Tony Ashton (keyboards)
Jimmy Jewel (saxophones)

1. The Creeper (3:33)
2. Delilah (4:08)
3. Riding With The Devil (3:50)
4. Think (2:13)
5. Stop Knocking My Door (4:53)
6. Blue Vein (3:58)
7. It´s Easy If You´re Lonely (4:55)
8. The Guitar Playing Derelict (4:11)
9. Dr Brown (2:56)
10. Red Haired Lady (3:12)

Artwork Included (front, back, labels)

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Various Artists – Wild Rockin’ With Vocal Backing – Vol. 3

Collector Records CLCD 4540 (The Netherlands 2011)

1. Phil Orsi & The Little Kings - Come On Everybody (2:08)
2. The Fairviews - Twinkle Lee (2:06)
3. Terry Gale - Betty Jean (2:03)
4. Carl Linley & The Newports - Mess Around (1:56)
5. S & H Scamps - Sassy (2:02)
6. Terry Gale - Think It Over (1:39)
7. Toby & Ray & The Margilators - Bom Do Wa (2:26)
8. Vinni Vincent - Hey Cobella (2:20)
9. Dave Baucom - That'll Be The Day (2:08)
10. The Pace-Setters - Ooh-Poo-Pah-Doo (2:03)
11. Carlo & The Cupids - Crazy Rock (2:11)
12. Johnny Key & The Locksmiths - She's Mine (2:04)
13. Vinni Vincent - Wailin' & Scalin' (1:59)
14. Tony Rice - I Thank You Baby (2:07)
15. Paul Kosty - Don't Rock, Let's Roll (1:31)
16. Sherwin Linton - White Lightning (2:08)
17. The Telstars - Continental Mash (2:23)
18. George Ross & The Red Tops - Weirdsville (2:21)
19. Bobby Sharp & The Impressions - Southern Georgia (2:18)
20. Bob Roubian - Rocket To The Moon (2:23)
21. The Emjays Featuring Jimmy & Mike - Waitin' (2:16)
22. Joe Cap & The Starfires - Go Chattanooga (2:11)
23. Danny Tyrell & The Cleechays - Let's Walk, Let's Talk (1:46)
24. The 'These & Those' - Come On A-Long 'N' Rock (1:29)
25. Barbara Green - Long Tall Sally (mistitled Slippin' & Slidin') (2:01)
26. The Beau-Jives - Here We Go (1:57)

Artwork Included (front, back, booklet with original 45s labels, CD)

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Jerry Raye Featuring Fenwyck – The Many Sides Of Jerry Raye

DeVille Records DV-LP-101 (USA 1967)

Jerry Raye (vocals)
Pat Robinson (guitar)
Pat Maroshek (bass)
Keith Knighter (drums)

Original copies sported a purple and white cover and clear red vinyl. The album has been bootlegged at least twice, with black and white covers.

Fenwyck was largely the project of singer/guitarist Pat Robinson and a revolving cast of members. Although pop-psychedelic rockers Fenwyck were based in Southern California, singer Jerry Raye came from the East Coast; the other members, it may be assumed, were local musicians. Robinson had gotten his start at the age of 15 backing Johnny Burnette; after spending a few years working on his own music, in 1963 he landed a deal with Four Star Productions for whom he assembled Fenwyck, featuring a line up consisting of drummer Keith Knighter, bassist Pat Maroshek and singer/lead guitarist Pat Robinson.

Under his own name, Rhode Island born singer Jerry Raye had recorded at least one obscure mid-1960s single. Relocating to Southern California, Raye was signed by the small Runay label. Credited to ‘Cal Raye’, he released a wonderful 1966 fuzz rock single ‘I Cry’ b/w ‘Can I’ (Runay catalog number RY-101). Subsequently signed by the Hollywood-based DeVille label, he recorded a series of three singles credited to ‘Jerry Raye And The New Trend’. In 1967, he joined Fenwyck as lead singer.

An audition for Joe Johnson’s Challenge Records won them a recording contract. A series of recording sessions resulted in their debut single ‘Mindrocker’ b/w ‘I’m Spinning’ (Challenge catalog number 59369). The band recorded a second instantly obscure single ‘Iye’ b/w ‘I Wanna Die’ for the Progressive Sounds Of America label.

“Mindrocker” is an airy Summer Of Love piece of sunshine pop, sounding like The Association with a fuzz guitar. That might not sound like everyone’s cup of tea, but the song is winning in its studiocraft and naive optimism; its breezy melody and overall good vibe recalls The Mamas And The Papas and Scott McKenzie as well. “Mindrocker” isn’t exactly “garage rock”, since the studio played a large part in its sound. But it is usually included on garage rock anthologies, sharing with garage rock obscurity and as sense of time and place. It never charted.

Following the album's release, Robinson folded Fenwyck, reappearing with Maroshek as a member of Back Pocket.

Their sole LP is here:

http://cousin--mike.ucoz.com/blog/back_pocket_buzzard_bait_1976/2016-07-18-593

Robinson also enjoyed considerable success as a producer (Gene Clark in the band CRY, Carla Olson, John York, Joe Cocker, Rick Danko, Rocky Burnette, Billy Burnette, Johnny Rivers, Glen Campbell, Moon Martin, Jane Getz / Mother Hen, Dwight Twiley…) and as a songwriter, placing material with a broad array of acts such as Laura Branigan, Percy Sledge ('You Got Away with Love'), Bernie Leadon, The Contours, Frankie Miller, Albert Lee, The Textones, Phil Seymour and many other artists.

http://cousin--mike.ucoz.com/blog/cry_clark_robinson_york_after_the_storm_2000/2017-04-12-1988

http://users.skynet.be/byrdmaniax/cry.htm

In the 90s, Pat was a member of Byrds Of A Feather (a Byrds cover band) with Andrew Gold, Jimmy Caprio, Jeffrey Foskett, Randell Hirsch and Stephen J. Arti. While performing at The Mint and Platinum Live in Studio City, they recorded a 7.1 surround sound DVD.

http://cousin--mike.ucoz.com/blog/byrds_of_a_feather_live_andrew_gold_s_byrds_tribute_band/2016-09-15-1066

Pat Robinson died in August 2016.

http://www.patrobinson.net/

1. Mindrocker (3:02)
2. State Of Mind (3:07)
3. Away (2:42)
4. I'm Spinning (2:04)
5. I Wanna Die (3:07)
6. Iye (1:59)
7. You're My Lovin Baby (2:32)
8. The Devil Is A Woman (You Tell Such Lovely Lies) (2:56)
9. I C ... Read more »

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Buddy Holly – That’ll Be The Day

Ace Of Hearts AH 3 – Mono (U.K. 1958)

1. You Are My One Desire (2:21)
2. Blue Days - Black Nights (2:03)
3. Modern Don Juan (2:38)
4. Rock Around With Ollie Vee (2:11)
5. Ting-A-Ling (2:39)
6. Girl On My Mind (2:16)
7. That'll Be The Day (2:27)
8. Love Me (2:05)
9. I'm Changing All Those Changes (2:12)
10. Don't Come Back Knockin' (2:13)
11. Midnight Shift (2:10)

Artwork Included (front, back, labels)

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Robert Wiersma – Robert Wiersma

Self-released (no label, no reference) (The Netherlands, 2002)

Singer, songwriter and guitarplayer from Groningen in the north of The Netherlands, Robert Wiersma plays acoustic and electric guitar, as well as mandolin and harp. For many years, he had his own psychedelic rock/country band, "Smiling Windows", playing electric folk and country rock influenced by The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Richard Thompson, The Beatles, The Who and Grateful Dead.

Today, as a solo artist, Robert is playing country and folk-flavored acoustic music, drawing inspiration from people such as Gene Clark, Gram Parsons, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. Alternative country with bluegrass, folk, roots and rock influences, also known as Americana. Texas country folk. Neil Young meets Guy Clark.

Robert has opened for Dale Watson, Johnny Bush and David Olney. He's stood on stage with them and with Norma Jean, Hermann Lammers Meyer, The Woodys, Bunnie Mills and Jennifer Weatherly and others. Robert has also played for American troops at Spangdahlem Airforce Base. He entertains in Holland at festivals, bars, cafés and restaurants, and everywhere in Germany from Hamburg to München.

This, his self-released eponymous CD, “Robert Wiersma” (2002), received airplay in The Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, the United Kingdom (UK Radio Caroline), Ireland, Italy, Slovenia, Romania, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.

1. All The Things (2:56)
2. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (2:57)
3. Why You Been Gone So Long (3:19)
4. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain (3:25)
5. Useful Girl (4:10)
6. Trail Of Tears (4:25)
7. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (5:38)
8. Ballad Of Easy Rider (5:58)
9. Like A Coat From The Cold (2:45)

Artwork Included (front, back, CD)

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Various Artists – Nashville Stars On Tour - Live Recordings

RCA Camden CDS 1056 (U.K. 1970)

1. The Anita Kerr Singers - Night Train To Memphis (1:55)
2. Bobby Bare With The Anita Kerr Singers - 500 Miles (2:44)
3. The Anita Kerr Singers - Georgia On My Mind (2:58)
4. Bobby Bare - Shame On Me (2:53)
5. Chet Atkins - Java (1:32)
6. Bobby Bare - Detroit City (3:10)
7. Jim Reeves - Welcome To My World (2:12)
8. The Anita Kerr Singers - Oh Lonesome Me (2:39)
9. Chet Atkins - Wildwood Flower (2:12)
10. Jim Reeves With The Anita Kerr Singers - Four Walls (2:18)
11. Jim Reeves With The Anita Kerr Singers - He'll Have To Go (2:05)
12. Chet Atkins - Greensleeves - Streets Of Laredo (1:54)

Vinyl Rip – Artwork Included (front, back, labels)

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Gene Clark - Cinegrill, Hollywood - April 1991

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd.

Gene Clark - Vocal,Guitar
Garth Beckington – Guitar
Rick Schlosser - Drums
Jon Faurot – Bass
Stewart Elster - Keyboards

This file combines songs from Gene Clark’s last ever performances, at The Cinegrill, Hollywood, on 12, 13 and 14 April 1991

He would be found dead five weeks later, on May 24, 1991 – 26 years ago today.

Some songs are uncomplete.

One big WMA file - no tracks splitting.

Audience Recordings.

Over 134 minutes long.

01 Silver Raven
02 Don’t Let Me Down
03 Rain Song
04 Train Leaves Here This Morning
05 Here Without You
06 Eight Miles High
07 I Shall Be Released
08 She Darked The Sun
09 Train Leaves Here This Morning
10 Don’t Let Me Down
11 Life And Times
12 I Shall Be Released
13 Eight Miles High
14 Chimes Of Freedom
15 I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better
16 Eight Miles High
17 Your Fire Burning
18 She Darkened The Sun
19 Don’t Let Me Down
20 Rain Song
21 I Shall Be Released
22 Mr Tambourine Man
23 Life And Times

Images included

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Hawkwind – Les Génies Du Rock Vol. 18

Subtitled “Urban Guerilla”

Editions Atlas – RK CD 418 (Switzerland – France 1993)

Robert Calvert – vocals
Dave Brock – electric guitar, vocals
Nik Turner – saxophone, flute, vocals
Ian « Lemmy » Kilmister – bass guitar, vocals
Dik Mik Davies – synthesizer
Del Dettmar – synthesizer
Simon King – drums

This is a straight reissue of their “Bring Me The Head Of Yuri Gagarin” live album, recorded at The Wembley Empire Pool in London in 1973, but released in 1985 only. Although a poor quality audience recording, it was licensed by Hawkwind’s Nik Turner and released officially under various names and formats.

1. Ga Ga (1:56)
2. In The Egg (2:53)
3. Orgone Accumulator (mistitled Organe) (7:24)
4. Wage War (2:47)
5. Urban Guerilla (6:19)
6. Master Of The Universe (6:59)
7. Welcome To The Future (2:40)
8. Sonic Attack (3:15)
9. Silver Machine (3:47)

Artwork Included (front, inside, back, CD)

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