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The Cousins – Kili Watch – The House Of The Rising Sun

MFP 2M 046-13250 [France (disc) – Belgium (sleeve) 1975]

1. Kili Watch (2:36)
2. New Orleans (2:39)
3. Dansevise (2:40)
4. Tooledoo (french version) (2:21)
5. Hey Mae (mistitled "Hey Maes") (2:12)
6. Stodola (2:13)
7. The House Of The Rising Sun (4:24)
8. Little Honda (2:06)
9. Dang Dang (french version) (2:04)
10. Relax (french version) (2:06)
11. All Right Mama (2:20)
12. Midnight Sun Will Never Set (2:11)

Artwork included (front, back, labels)

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Count Five – Psychotic Reaction

Edsel / Demon Records EDCD 225 (U.K. 1987)

Kenn Ellner (harmonica, tambourine, vocals)
John Michalski (guitar)
Sean Byrne (guitar, vocals)
Roy Chaney (bass)
Craig Atkinson (drums)

1. Double-Decker Bus (2:01)
2. Pretty Big Mouth (2:11)
3. The World (2:13)
4. Psychotic Reaction (3:06)
5. Peace Of Mind (2:21)
6. They're Gonna Get You (2:28)
7. The Morning After (2:00)
8. Can't Get You Lovin' (1:48)
9. You Must Believe Me (2:55)
10. Teeny Booper, Teeny Booper (2:25)
11. Merry-Go-Round (2:40)
12. Contrast (3:54)
13. Revelation In Slow Motion (2:00)
14. Declaration Of Independence (2:23)

Artwork included (front, back)

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Various Artists – Ooby Dooby – 30 Great Artists

Another Pocatello compilation, with 5 tracks added by Cousin--Mike.

1. (Graham Fenton &) Matchbox - Ooby Dooby (live) (2:21)
2. Beverley Dick & The Trailblazers - Ooby Dooby (1:44)
3. Buddy Knox - Ooby Dooby (2:00)
4. Charlie Feathers - Ooby Dooby (2:10)
5. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Ooby Dooby (2:10)
6. Janis Martin - Ooby Dooby (2:00)
7. Jerry Lee Lewis - Ooby Dooby (2:00)
8. Jerry Naylor - Ooby Dooby (2:13)
9. Kookie - Ooby Dooby (2:31)
10. Little Tina - Ooby Dooby (2:37)
11. Matchbox - Ooby Dooby (2:08)
12. Matt Lucas - Ooby Dooby (2:04)
13. Micke Muster - Let's Have A Party & Ooby Dooby (2:07)
14. The Mystery Gang Trio - Ooby Dooby (2:04)
15. Per-Erik & The Thunderbirds - Ooby Dooby (2:23)
16. The Radicals - Ooby Dooby (1:52)
17. The Red Shots - Ooby Dooby (2:00)
18. Rock Ola - Ooby Dooby (1:56)
19. Rocking Jo Jo - Ooby Dooby (2:31)
20. Ronnie Hawkins - Ooby Dooby (2:06)
21. Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby (2:15)
22. The Schneider Sisters - Ooby Dooby (1:49)
23. Sid King And The Five Strings - Ooby Dooby (2:02)
24. The Travelin' Wilburys - Ooby Dooby (2:39)
25. The Zetor Rockabilly Trio - Ooby Dooby (1:50)
26. Los Fugitivos - Ooby Dooby (Spanish) (2:16)
27. The Spider Murphy Band - Ooby Dooby (1:53)
28. Hank C. Burnette - Ooby Dooby (1:26)
29. The Rockmen - Ooby Dooby (2:20)
30. Blueberry Hill - Ooby Dooby (2:23)

Front Cover Included

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Earl Scruggs – His Family And Friends

CBS S 64777 (The Netherlands 1971)

Columbia C 30584 (USA 1971)

Earl Scruggs with Gary Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Joan Baez, Doc Watson, Bob Dylan, Gyl Trythal, The Byrds, The Morris Brothers.

Tracks 1 & 2 = Earl Scruggs, Gary Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Jody Maphis, Lea Jane Berinati

Tracks 3, & 4 = Joan Baez, Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Gary Scruggs

Tracks 5 & 6 = Doc Watson, Merle Watson, Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Steve Scruggs

Track 7 = Bob Dylan, Earl Scruggs, Gary Scruggs, Randy Scruggs

Track 8 = Earl Scruggs, Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Gary Scruggs, Gil Trythal, Karl Hillel

Tracks 9 & 10 = Earl Scruggs, Gary Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Roger McGuinn, Clarence White, Skip Battin, Gene Parsons, Jimmi Seiter (these last 3 Byrds are not credited on the cover but clearly appear in the video version)

Tracks 11 & 12 = Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Zeke Morris, Wiley Morris

Track 13 = Randy Scruggs

Track 14 = Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Gary Scruggs, Jody Maphis, Lea Jane Berinati

1. Nine Pound Hammer (with Gary Scruggs) (2:27)
2. Lonesome Ruben (2:35)
3. My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains (with Joan Baez) (4:29)
4. Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word (with Joan Baez) (4:59)
5. The Last Thing On My Mind (with Doc Watson) (3:10)
6. Streamlined Cannonball (with Doc Watson) (2:27)
7. Nashville Skyline Rag (with Bob Dylan) (1:51)
8. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (with Gyl Trythal) (4:07)
9. You Ain't Going Nowhere (with The Byrds) (2:27)
10. Nothin' To It (with The Byrds) (3:02)
11. Salty Dog Blues (with The Morris Brothers) (1:59)
12. On Top Of Old Smokey (with The Morris Brothers) (2:03)
13. Black Mountain Rag (with Randy Scruggs) (1:49)
14. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (20-Second Excerpt From His Moratorium Appearance) (1:51)

Vinyl Artwork Included (fronts, backs, labels)

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Johnny Devlin – Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On

Festival D26255 (Australia 1998)

New Zealand’s #1 rock ‘n’ roll singer, who spent most of his career in Australia

1. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (2:11)
2. Straight Skirt (2:08)
3. Rocket In My Pocket (2:11)
4. Susie Darlin' (2:31)
5. The Watch (2:27)
6. 20 Flight Rock (1:52)
7. Wild One (2:03)
8. Doreen (2:43)
9. I Gotta Be True (1:48)
10. Tiger (2:17)
11. Lonely Boy (2:30)
12. Turn The Lights Out Johnny (1:40)
13. Koala Bear (1:53)
14. Gigolo (3:15)
15. Got A Zack In The Back Of My Pocket (2:55)
16. Chi Chico Teek (2:13)
17. Five Minutes More (2:09)
18. Stayin' Up Late (2:08)
19. Do It Right (2:06)
20. I'm Gonna Love You (2:11)
21. Please Teacher (Let Me Have My Apple Back) (1:49)
22. Wicked Wicked Woman (1:59)
23. Hey Little Angel (2:05)
24. Stomp The Tumbarumba (2:19)
25. I Beg Of You (1:49)
26. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (2:37)
27. Blue Suede Shoes (2:18)
28. Be Bop A Lula (2:54)
29. That's Alright Mama (2:25)
30. Heartbreak Hotel (1:58)
31. Rock And Roll (I Gave You The Best Years Of My Life) (4:54)

Artwork Included (front, back, booklet)

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Eternity’s Children – From Us Unto You – The Original Singles

Rev-Ola CR-REV-67 (U.K. 2005)

Bruce Blackman – keyboards, vocals

Linda Lawley - vocals
Johnny Walker – lead guitar
Jerry Bounds – rhythm guitar
Charlie Ross – bass
Roy Whittaker – drums
Mike McClain – keyboards
Bo Wagner (drums, vibes)

For no reason that one can explain, the record company decided to release tracks 13, 18, 19, 20 and 21 as solo recordings. The artist names under which the singles were released are mentioned in parentheses.

1. Time And Place (1:55)
2. Can't Put A Thing Over Me (2:40)
3. Wait And See (2:12)
4. Rumors (1:52)
5. Mrs. Bluebird (3:04)
6. Little Boy (2:21)
7. Sunshine Among Us (2:46)
8. Rupert White (2:09)
9. Till I Hear It From You (2:05)
10. I Wanna Be With You (2:07)
11. Sidewalks Of The Ghetto (2:57)
12. Look Away (2:16)
13. My Happiness Day (Charles Ross III) (3:14)
14. Blue Horizon (3:26)
15. Lifetime Day (2:42)
16. Alone Again (3:05)
17. From You Unto Us (1:59)
18. When The World Turns (Linda Lawley) (2:52)
19. Living Is Easy (Linda Lawley) (2:59)
20. Laughing Girl (Charles Ross III) (2:27)
21. A Railroad Trestle In California (Charles Ross III) (3:11)
22. Wait And See (2:09)
23. Mrs. Bluebird (edited version) (2:13)

Artwork Included (front, back, inside, booklet, CD)

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Deep Purple – The Book Of Taliesyn

Harvest Records SHVL 751 (France 1968)

Rod Evans, Nick Simper, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Ritchie Blackmore

1. Listen, Learn, Read On (4:04)
2. Hard Road (5:14)
3. Kentucky Woman (4:45)
4. (a) Exposition (b) We Can Work It Out (7:08)
5. Shield (6:03)
6. Anthem (6:31)
7. River Deep, Mountain High (10:09)

Vinyl Artwork Included (gatefold sleeve front, back, inside, 2 sets of labels)

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Chicken Shack – Accept Chicken Shack

LP = Blue Horizon S-7-63861 (The Netherlands 1970)

This rip = Columbia RHCP895 (Japan 2005)

Stan Webb (guitar, vocals)
Paul Raymond (organ, piano)
Andy Silvester (bass)
Dave Bidwell (drums, congas)

This British blues-rock group is remembered mostly for their keyboard player, Christine Perfect, who would join Fleetwood Mac after marrying John McVie and changing her last name. Although they were one of the more pedestrian acts of the British blues boom, Chicken Shack was quite popular for a time in the late '60s, placing two albums in the British Top 20. The frontperson of Chicken was not Perfect/McVie, but guitarist Stan Webb, who would excite British audiences by entering the crowds at performances, courtesy of his 100-meter-long guitar lead. They were signed to Mike Vernon's Blue Horizon label, a British blues pillar that had its biggest success with early Fleetwood Mac.

Chicken Shack was actually not far behind Mac in popularity in the late '60s, purveying a more traditional brand of Chicago blues, heavily influenced by Freddie King. Although Webb took most of the songwriting and vocal duties, Christine Perfect also chipped in with occasional compositions and lead singing. In fact, she sang lead on their only British Top 20 single, "I'd Rather Go Blind" (1969). But around that time, she quit the music business to marry John McVie and become a housewife, although, as the world knows, that didn't last too long. Chicken Shack never recovered from Christine's loss, commercially or musically. Stan Webb kept Chicken Shack going, with a revolving door of other musicians, all the way into the 1980s, though he briefly disbanded the group to join Savoy Brown for a while in the mid-'70s. He still tours and records as Chicken Shack nowadays (2017).

All four members on this album would later join Savoy Brown.

1. Diary Of Your Life (3:04)
2. Pocket (3:22)
3. Never Ever (2:42)
4. Sad Clown (2:40)
5. Maudie (2:52)
6. Telling Your Fortune (4:22)
7. Tired Eyes (2:05)
8. Some Other Time (3:05)
9. Going Round (2:30)
10. Andalucian Blues (2:19)
11. You Knew You Did Your Bid (2:24)
12. She Didn´t Use Her Loaf (4:11)
13. Apple Tart (3:10)

Artwork Included (gatefold cover front, back, inside, labels)

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Barry And The Tamerlanes – I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight

Valiant Records 406 (USA 1963)

Barry DeVorzon, Terry Smith, Bodie Chandler

DeVorzon (a prolific songwriter, singer, producer, label owner (Valiant Records) and composer) wrote and produced many songs and hits for other artists (Marty Robbins, Johnny Burnette, The Cascades, Ann-Margret, The Association, Dorsey Burnette, The Carpenters, The Eagles…) as well as movie soundtracks.

1. Roberta (2:46)
2. Let Me Be (2:30)
3. Rhythm Of The Rain (2:30)
4. Lucky Guy (2:26)
5. Katrine (2:25)
6. Don't Go (1:59)
7. A Date With Judy (2:36)
8. A Funny Thing Happened (2:31)
9. Butterfly (2:29)
10. The Begining Of The End (2:05)
11. Goodnight, My Love, Pleasant Dreams (2:13)
12. I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight (1:48)

Artwork Included (standard and promo fronts, backs, labels)

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Les Loups Garous Avec Ricky Sailor – Le Grand M

Festival FX 1300 (France 1962)

4 track vinyl EP

Richard Passero (Ricky Sailor) (vocals)
Pierrot Carmigniani (drums)
Hank Fila (bass)
Francis Frati (lead guitar)
Alain Bettini (rhythm guitar)

Incredibly, when this EP was first released, the front cover mentioned two songs (out of 4) (“Madison 1 Et 2” and “Summer Twist”) that were not on the record (or was it working titles for the same songs?). It was soon corrected. Both covers are included.

1. Le Grand M (2:25)
2. Twist A La Baule (1:39)
3. Elle Est Vraiment Jolie (1:38)
4. Telle Que Tu Es (2:15)

Artwork included (fronts, back, labels)

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