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Wednesday, 30 December 2009

The World For Us (Compilation)



Dear friends hi again,

Today I have the pleasure to present you the compilation "The World For s" with 18 tracks recorded in several European countries betweenn 1965-1965.

Music styles vary from beat, mod, freakbeat and garage with nice guitar breaks, fuzz, organ and various weird sounds, different languages and influences from local scenes and music.

European youngsters did their miracle again !!!!!

Track List

Side 1
1 The Sad Sack Set - The World For Us (Frankfurt, Germany)
2 Roosters - Waiting For You Baby (Lulea, Sweden) *
3 The Mascots - I Want To Live (Stockholm, Sweden)
4 Group $oall - By My Side (Hillegom, Holland) *
5 The Rolling Beats - Sweeter Than You (Maastricht, Holland)
6 Les Sauterelles - Forget It All (Zurich, Switzerland)
7 Les 5 Gentlemen - Si Tu Reviens Chez Moi (Marseilles, France)
8 Goblins - We Like The Rain (Oudenbosch, Holland) *
9 Het - Allen Op Het Kerkhof (Amsterdam, Holland)

Side 2
1 The Moonjacks - Come On (Stockholm, Sweden)
2 The Moonjacks - I Remember Her Smile (Stockholm, Sweden) *
3 The Bintangs - Groovin' (Beverwijk, Holland)
4 Ragges - Make Me Love (Lulea, Sweden)
5 Les Problemes - Je Ne Vois Rien (Puteaux, France)
6 The Hound Dogs - Clarabella (Berlin, Germany)
7 The Matadors - Sing A Song Of Six Pence (Prague, Cze)
8 The Sheiks - Running For You (Amstelveen, Holland) *
9 The Humbugs - A Little Bit Time (Almelo, Holland)

Download here

10 comments:

hoaxer said...

Hello! Thank you for this great blog!!!! I EAT old music like food - i realy NEED it))))))))
And, may be you can help me with some identification. 1 time (once) i hear old record (on tape) old song, beat like, with brass sections (you know - saxophone, tube - ets.).
Song starting with drum beat and man's voice sad "This is Christina!" and than starting the song. I think there was two singer - man and woman. I think it was European group, be cause that "Christina" - was hard, like "Xrrrristina". And i remember only one phrase -- "so if you stand to me closer, I give to you more" - please - if you hear some thing like that - please tell me - Who it can be? Pleeeeeeeeaaaase))))))

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Colt McCoy said...

Awesome! Not enough enough French garage bands on comps

Anonymous said...

I liked the look in again

vega said...

Thanks for this post,as i said before a great blog,keep on keeping on,all the best.

Spyros said...

Hi Colt
This week I will upload a collection with Frankophone groups from the 60s
Best regards
Spyros

Naz said...

Dear Spyros,
This is one of best blog I've ever seen.
Keep going...

Nazario

Anonymous said...

I saw this "garage prog punk family noise pop" band from Manchester, NH recently, and they were really great. Had a 60's/70's vibe to them, kind of similar to this, with organ and fuzz guitar/bass and such. I really think everyone should give them a listen.

http://www.myspace.com/zanois