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Various Artists Collections - Various Labels - A/B


VARIOUS ARTISTS Attic 9001 Found In The Attic, Vol. 1 ● CD $15.98
25 tracks from "rock's golden age" that are, apparently making their first appearance on CD. Mostly pop rock from the 60s including Three Stars by Tommy Dee, Letter To My Darling by Little Willie John, 16 Reasons by Connie Stevens, Rainbow by Russ Hamilton plus tracks from Barry Finnegan, Ed Townsend, Jimmy Rodgers, Buzz Clifford and others.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Attic 9002 Found In The Attic, Vol. 2 ● CD $15.98

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Attic 9003 Found In The Attic, Vol. 3 ● CD $15.98
25 tracks which, according to the cover, are making their first appearance on CD including Maybe by Clyde McPhatter, Down The Aisle by Ike Clanton, Bullfrog Hop by Nervous Norvas, Butterfly Baby by Bobby Rydell, Maybe by Bobby Pedrick, Rockin' Chair by Bill Bryan & The Goldtones, Why" by Gary Lee, I'll Always Be In Love With You by Jimmy Beaumont, Put Your Mind At Ease by Ersel Hickey and more.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Attic 9036 Found In The Attic, Vol. 4 ● CD $15.98
25 tracks, most of which are making their appearance on CD for the first time.
JO-ANN CAMPBELL: Kookie Little Paradise/ THE CRYSTALS: The Screw/ JOHNNY CYMBAL: You're 16/ THE DOVELLS: No, No, No/ FABIAN: Steady Date/ CONNIE FRANCIS: If You Ever Get Lonely/ BOBBY HAMILTON: Crazy Eyes For You/ CLARENCE HENRY: Standing In The Need Of Love/ BUDDY KNOX: A White Sport Coat/ DICKEY LEE: Party Doll/ JOHNNY MAESTRO: I'll Be True/ VAN MCCOY: Girls Are Sentimental/ GARY MIDDLETON: Pretty Please/ HAL MILLER & RAYS (4 SEASONS): An Angel Cried/ CHRIS MONTEZ: Monkey Fever/ SANDY NELSON: All Night Long/ THE PARIS SISTERS: It's My Party/ JODY REYNOLDS: The Girl From King Marie/ BOBBY RYDELL: The Third House/ MONGO SANTAMARIA: El Pussy Cat/ JOANIE SOMMERS: Shake Hands With A Fool/ CONNIE STEVENS: Apollo/ TRUE TAYLOR: Teenage Fool/ THE VALIANTS: This Is The Night/ BOBBY VINTON: Freshman & A Sophomore

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS BGO BGOCD 504 Rock & Roll At The Capitol Tower ● CD $17.98
English double LP from 1975 reissued on CD featuring a great selection of rockabilly, rock 'n' roll and rockin' country from the Capitol vaults - Tommy Sands, Johnny Burnette, Jerry Reed, The Rio Rockers, Gene Vincent, Wanda Jackson, Skeets McDonald, Jack Scott, Dub Dickerson and Jimmy Heap.
JOHNNY BURNETTE: Sweet Suzie/ DUB DICKERSON: My Gal Gertie/ JIMMY HEAP: Go Ahead On/ WANDA JACKSON: Fujiyama Mama/ Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad/ I Wanna Waltz/ Riot In Cell Block Nine/ Who Shot Sam/ SKEETS MACDONALD: Don't Push Me Too Far/ Heart Breaking Mama/ You Better Not Go/ You Ought See Your Grandma Rock/ JERRY REED: Bessie Baby/ Heart Appeal/ I Am Stuck/ I Have Had Enough/ Master Whiz/ When I Found You/ THE RIO ROCKERS: Mexicali Baby/ Mexican Rock & Roll/ TOMMY SANDS: Blue Ribbon Baby/ Hey, Midd Fanny/ I Ain't Getting Rid Of You/ Is It Ever Gonna Happen/ Man Like Wow!/ Maybellene/ The Worrying Kind/ JACK SCOTT: One Of The Boys/ Strange Desire/ GENE VINCENT: Important Words/ Look What You Have Gone And Done To Me/ Teenage Partner

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bacchus Archives 08 East Side Sound, Vol. 1 : 1959-1968 ● CD $15.98
31 tracks, 73 minutes, highly recommended Available again. Incredible collection of singles of great greasy rock 'n' roll from East L.A., the best of the Faro, Linda, Rampart & Gordo labels owned & run by Eddie Davis, a Caucasian who fell in love with Hispanic rock. Interestingly enough, though most of the tunes are originals, the biggest hits were covers, including Cannibal & the Headhunter's Land Of 1000 Dances (heard here in the original version with the long intro, edited out of the hit), The Premiers' Farmer John, & the Blendell's La La La La. There's lots of screaming guitar & honking tenor, instrumentals, novelties, even a surf single by Gene Gray & The Stingrays, Surf Bunny/ Surfer's Mood, which not only don't sound surf, but the flip side is a total rip-off of Rumble! There's an rare early teen pop single by Larry Tamblyn & The Standells, sequel to Farmer John, The Salas Bros - The Return Of Farmer John, Enchantments - I'm In Love With Your Daughter, Pt. 1 and you haven't heard anything till you've heard Las Dillys Sisters, 2 pre-pubescent Mexican girls, doing a cover of The Standells' Sometimes The Good Guys Don't Were White! (GM)

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Big Beat CDWIKD 159 "GS I Love You" - Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960s ● CD $18.98
28 tracks, 76 minutes, highly recommended The beat boom hit Japan a little later than the rest of the world, so that by the mid 60s there was still a lot of bands sounding like early 60s Beatles, but with the current technology, they were doing it with wild fuzz guitar! Known as "Group Sound", the 3 biggest influences of GS were Mersey beat, country, & surf music (especially the Ventures), with mixtures of all 3 heard here! The bands here are Japanese garage bands who recorded for the Japanese indie labels Crown & Teichiku. There's plenty of covers of western rock tunes ranging from The Swing West doing Fire by Arthur Brown to The Burns' fuzz laden version of I Saw Her Standing There, though my faves are The Out Cast which does Everything's Alright & Long Tall Sally. There's plenty of surf instrumentals, The Spiders, Wipe Out, Dynamite, & even a few Japanese language tunes that have titles sung in English. Complete discographical info including band photos. (GM)

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Big Beat CDWIKD 211 Board Boogie - Surf 'n' Twang From Down Under ● CD $18.98
30 track compilation of rock instrumentals recorded in Australia in the early 60s for the Festival label.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Big Beat CDWIKD 207 Northwest Battle Of The Bands, Vol. 2 ● CD $18.98
30 more tracks of bone crunching 1960s garage sounds from the Pacific Northwest. Includes Don & The Goodtimes, The Springfield Rifle, Bumps, Live Five, Brave New World, Noises 'n' Sounds, London Taxi and others.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Black Tulip 2638690 The 30 Top Teen Dances ● CD $18.98
Last time we offered volume 2 in this series - now we've turned up volume 1 which features some of the most popular dance songs from the 50s and early 60s including The Twist by Chubby Checker, one of my all time favorites - The Locomotion by Little Eva, The Stroll by The Diamonds, Shimmy Shimmy by Bobby Freeman, The Madison by Al Brown's Tunetoppers, Willie & The Hand Jive by Johnny Otis, The Walk by Jimmy McCracklin, The Popeye by Huey "Piano" Smith, The Jerk by The Larks, Monkey Time by Major Lance and many more.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Black Tulip 2638695 The 30 Top Teen Dances, Vol. 2 ● CD $18.98
A fun collection of 30 tracks which includes Foot Stompin' by The Flairs, The Charleston by The Bernie Lowe Orchestra, The Watusi by The Vibrations, The Shag by Billy Graves, (Baby) Hully GUlly by The OLympics, The Continental Walk by The Rollers, Bristol Twistin' Annie by The Dovells, The Bird's The Word by the Rivingtons, Monster Mash by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, The Chicken by Roscie Gordon and more.
HANK BALLARD & THE MIDNIGHTERS: Finger Poppin' Time/ The Twist/ BOB & THE EARL: Harlem Shuffle/ CHUBBY CHECKER: Hucklebuck/ Let's Twist Again/ Slow Twistin'/ BOBBY COMSTOCK & THE COUNTS: Let's Stomp/ DANNY & THE JUNIORS: Pony Express/ Twistin' Usa/ JOEY DEE & THE STARLIGHTERS: Hey Let's Twist/ THE DOVELLS: Bristol Twistin' Annie/ THE FLAIRES: Foot Stomping/ BOBBY FREEMAN: C'mon & Swim/ ROSCOE GORDON: The Chicken/ BILLY GRAVES: The Shag (is Totally Cool)/ THE ISLEY BROTHERS: Twist & Shout/ NAT KENDRICK & THE SWANS: Do The Mashed Potatoes, Part 1/ Do The Mashed Potatoes, Part 2/ LITTLE EVA: Let's Turkey Trot/ BERNIE LOWE ORCHESTRA: The Charleston/ THE OLYMPICS: (baby) Hully Gully/ THE ORLONS: Shimmy Shimmy/ JOHNNY OTIS: Willie Did The Cha Cha/ BOBBY "BORIS" PICKETT: Monster Mash/ THE REVELS: Midnight Stroll/ THE RIVINGTONS: The Bird's The Word/ THE ROLLERS: The Continental Walk/ FRANK SLAY ORCHESTRA: Flying Circle/ RUFUS THOMAS: Walking The Dog/ THE VIBRATIONS: The Watusi

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bop 002 Saturday Night On Bop Street, Vol. 2 ● CD $17.98
Another excellent collection of rockabilly and rock 'n' roll from the 50s. Most of the tracks have been reissued on CD before but this collection is solid from beginning to end featuring artists like The Jive Kings, Tommy Bell, Wynn Stewart (the great Come On - one of the few rockabilly sides by this great country artists), Darrell Rhodes, Red (Hot) Russell, Hal Goodsen & The Raiders, Danny Mela, Dick Dale, Joe South, Jerry Dallman & The Knightcaps, Dwight Pullen, Charlie Feathers, Jericho Jones, Johnny Knight, Steve Carl & The Jags and others.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Bop 003 Saturday Night On Bop Street, Vol. 3 ● CD $17.98
30 more rockabilly rarities from the 50s. About half these tracks are available elsewhere but like the others in this series just about every track is a winner including sides by Jimmy Kirkland, Joe LOmbardie, Billy Carroll, Don Head, Joey Michaels, Sleepy LaBeef, Rod Willis (his very strange The Cat), Skip Cody, Mel Robbins, Jim Murphy, Donald Simpson, Cecil McCullough, Jerry Arnold, Stand Johnson, Vern Pullens and more.

 

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