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Thursday, December 13, 2012

HITS A GO GO-ARC-1966-CANADA-animals beatles kinks paul simon


HITS A GO GO-ARC-1966-CANADA-HP37 MONO

This is one in a series of cover albums that are Canada's answer
to a cash in album - all unknown artists covering hits of the day
in this case 1966 and is mostly UK beat vibe.

Sometimes ARC records of Toronto would purchase wholesale
from the UK in the proven case of John Smith and the New Sound
but on this LP it's unknown who the cover artists are but they
do show up on consecutive ARC LPs like Don't Feed the Animals.
The track "The Duck" the only Funk Soul track here could be 
an early track provided by The Majestics who released their
first Album on ARC a year later. Speculation only though!
I personally enjoy these albums and in some cases I like these
cover versions as much as the originals. 
The condition isn't the best on some tracks as the LP
was well used when I found it.
I provided the original artist name beside the tracks for context.
One neat thing is to hear a cover version of 'Sounds of Silence' 
in the PRE beat version with just acoustic guitars and Stand Up Bass
and pretty nice vocals and Michelle getting a soul treatment.


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01-day tripper BEATLES
02-we can work it out BEATLES
03-it's my life ANIMALS
04-yesterday man-CHRIS ANDREWS
05-it's good news week-JONATHAN KING
06-here it comes again-FORTUNES
07-michelle BEATLES
08-she's just my style GARY LEWIS PLAYBOYS
09-well respected man KINKS
10-five o'clock world VOGUES
11-the sounds of silence SIMON GARFUNKLE
12-the duck JACKIE LEE



Monday, December 10, 2012

DUKE ELLINGTON in a mellotone - MONO LPCD

DUKE ELLINGTON and his orchestra
in a mellotone-RCA-Canada mono-LPM1364-1956
freQazoidiac LPCD


This is a nice repackage of some rare early sides of Duke
and various amazing groundbreaking Jazz and Latin musicians.
Canadian pressing from 1956.


Listen below to the whole LP






Tracks:


01-take the A train (feb 15 1941)
02-a portrait of bert williams (may 28 1940)
03-main stem (june26 1942)
04-just a-settin' and a-rockin' (june 5 1941)
05-i got it bad - and that ain't good (june 26 1941)
06-perdido (jan 21 1942)
07-blue serge (feb 15 1941)
08-the flaming sword (oct 17 1940)
09-in a mellotone (sept 5 1940)
10-cotton tail (may 4 1940)
11-i don't know what kind of blues I got (dec 2 1941)
12-rumpus in richmond (july 22 1940)
13-all too soon (july 22 1940)
14-sepia panorama (july 24 1940)
15-rocks in my bed (sept 26 1941)
16-what am I here for? (feb 26 1942












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