Various Unearthed Merseybeat From Tthe Birth Of Merseybeat To Psychedelia 1957 - 1968

Various Unearthed Merseybeat From The Birth Of Merseybeat To Psychedelia 1957 – 1968 – DL

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Various Unearthed Merseybeat From The Birth Of Merseybeat To Psychedelia 1957 – 1968 – Download

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1. The Merseys -’ Sorrow’: Heavy alternate version featuring Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. 1966.2. Johnny Guitar/ Paul Murphy – ‘Shes Got It’: Liverpool’s oldest rock ‘n’ roll recording. 1957.3. Denny Seyton and The Sabres – ‘House of Bamboo’: Taped gongs at the start featured Big Ben. 1964.4. The Kirkbys – ‘ Don’t You Want Me No More’: Influenced by The Byrds. Circa 1965/66

5. The Bo-Weevils – ‘I’m a Lover, not a fighter’: Little is known about this band but a great recording. 1965

6. King Size Taylor and The Dominoes – ‘Good Golly Miss Molly’: Energetic home recorded version/Great voice. 1958.

7. The Remo Four – ‘Trambone’ : Instrumental featuring the guitarist Colin Manley, much admired by George Harrison and Paul Mc Cartney.( Recorded in the Iron Door club ) 1961.

8. Gerry and The Pacemakers ‘ What’d I Say’ : Amazing cover of this Ray Charles song. 1961.

9. The Merseybeats – ‘The Things I Want to Hear ( Pretty Words )’ : Merseybeat masterpiece. Circa 1964.

10. The Four Just Men – Instrumental : Sounds like whats happening in L’pool now. 1964.

11. The Dennisons – ‘Tutti Frutti’: Almost ‘Ska’-like version. 1962.

12. The Newtowns- ‘Tomorrow’: The band took it’s name from the TV programme ‘Z-Cars’. Circa 1966.

13. Denny Seyton and The Sabres – ‘I’m Gonna Love You Too’ : The Stones released their version of ‘Not Fade Away’. This is why this Buddy Holly cover was never released. 1963/64.

14. The Eyes – ‘She’ : Featuring Klaus Voormann ( Session bass player + friend of The Beatles ). 1965.

15. Jason Eddie – ‘Mr Busdriver’: Jason Eddie was infact Billy Furys’ brother Albie Wycherley. 1968

16. The Remo Four -’ Walk Don’t Run’ : Great cover of The Ventures hit. 1961.

17. The Kirkbys – ‘Dreaming’ : Jimmy Campbell, the writer of this song was a major talent who unfortunately never achieved the heights of success he so deserved. Circa 1965/66.

18. King Size Taylor and The Dominoes – ‘Fortune Teller’: A song made familiar by The Rolling Stones. 1963.

19. The Swinging Blue Jeans – ‘Keep Me Warm ( ’til the Sun Shines )’:Keeping up with the Beatles with this wonderful piece of psychedelia. Another song written by Jimmy Campbell. 1966.

20. Wimple Winch – ‘Rumble on Mersey Square South’: This masterpiece ushers in a new era. 1967

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