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Thursday, 25 March 2010

Pebbles Volume 28 (Sweden)

Dear friends,

Today I will present you a Pebbles Compilation with Swedish 60s groups
Hope you will ennjoy it

Track Listing

Side 1:

1.The Shakers: "Who Will Buy these Wonderful Eyes?" – Rel. 1967
2.The Cads: "Call My Name" – Rel. 1966
3.Los Comancheros: "It's So Right" – Rel. 1966
4.The Dee Jays: "Not that Girl"
5.The Dee Jays: "Striped Dreams" – Rel. 1967
6.The Demons: "You" – Rel. 1964
7.The Gents: "Honor Bright"
8.The Madmen: "Alfred E. Goes Surfing" – Rel. 1965

Side 2:

1.The Dee Jays: "You Must Be Joking" – Rel. 1965
2.The Slamcreepers: "Nobody" – Rel. 1966
3.The Bootjacks: "Route 66" – Rel. 1965
4.The Namelosers: "Suzie Q" – Rel. 1965
5.The Flippers: "Louie, Louie" (Richard Berry)
6.The Lea Riders Group: "Got No Woman" – Rel. 1966
7.The Lea Riders Group: "But I Am, and Who Cares?" – Rel. 1966
8.The Bootjacks: "Stoned"

Download here

2 comments:

Viktor said...

Hey! Nice site!
Check this swedish psychedelic rockband out:
http://www.myspace.com/roihottur
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX27T2KbIME

Anonymous said...

Cool blog you got here! And this compilation looks really interesting considering especially the fact that my mums uncle was (and since 2010 still is) the drummer of the Flippers (which I had the pleasure to see live at their first reunion concert).
It's just too bad that the track included here is a cover (although it is good, I've been growned up with it and the rest of their small output) Their first single "I could hear here her a cry" is one of my absolute favourites and the closest thing to a hit they had! : ) Thanks for sharing the music and making it possible for us in the younger generations to take part of it! : )