Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by RickH, Oct 6, 2019.
(Justine) Baby Washington, That's How Heartaches Are Made:
Always liked this version of Memphis from 1963.
Al Wilson, Do What You Gotta Do:
'Coming Up Fast' part 1 (1969)
Cliff Nobles, "The Horse"
"Shakin' All Over" by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates.
One of the Airplane's finest deep album cuts, harmonically very complex. West coast psych rock at its best. Few bands if any could pull something like that off as effortlessly as the Jeffersons.
Ennio Morricone, "The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly"
Here's a cover of a Denny Laine-era Moody Blues song... in French!
It keeps the English title of 'Stop!' (it would have been 'Arrêtez!' in French).
And a clip from the movie, 'The Deadly Bees' (1966). One of Ronnie Wood's early bands, the Birds, shows up about 40 seconds into the clip, playing 'That's All I Need You For.'
New Colony Six - Love You So Much
The Swingin Medallions / Double Shot Of My Baby's Love (1965)
Loud raucous brutal frat rock in the same ballpark as Louie Louie, Surfin Bird & the clanky Gary "U.S." Bonds / Quarter To Three single
I was friends with Bird & own a metal acetate of KATK
I know this song from the Ariel Pink Cover
soft pop psychedelia The Munx- Our Dream
I think that Karen Dalton's version of "Little Bit of Rain" is one of the greats. I don't comprehend why it's never mentioned.
That is fabulous ! **envy** x1000!!
I remember you mentioning your connection with the band once before.
I know that there was once a CD reissue of KATK tracks, whether or not it was legit IDK, some time ago, and I still see copies on Discogs from time to time. I haven't nabbed one yet because I only buy new, still-sealed CDs, even when they're from a third-party seller, and those tend to be expensive. It would be spectacular if there were to be another reissue on CD, something I've been dreaming and hoping for for a long time! I only have '
Journey To Tyme' on a CD comp originating out of Germany I believe, and I have since come to question its legitimacy though I was unaware at the time I purchased it that it might be unofficial. It is a needledrop, of course.
Richard and the Young Lions - Open Up Your Door - 1966
Maybe, just maybe, my all-time favorite song.
Steve Alaimo - 'Every Day I Have to Cry.'
Great band. Made two excellent albums.
Four Tops - 'Yesterday's Dreams'
Yes, "Flowerman" by The Syn. A pop band for Peter Banks and Chris Squire before joining YES.
AFAIK there are no definitive Kasuals Komps that contain everything and are from mastertapes. The fairly recent Singles Plus is a great collection but sound quality varies wildly. The only definitive high quality comp all from tapes is Teen Dreams - good luck getting that one as only 200 copies were pressed.
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