Saturday, June 30, 2012

Mix Tape 015

Kit & the Outlaws




Aardvarks





See below for scan credits.  Thanks for the comments and enjoy!

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1. "Out of Control" - Yo La Tengo - cover of Channel 3 (Mix14), from "Upside Down" 1992

2. "Long Gone" - The Customs - from 1979, reissued on "Really Long Gone" their reunion album

3. "It's Only Life" - The Feelies - from "Only Life" 1988

4. "Time Changes Things" - The Metros - RCA, 1966

5. "Fever" - The Huntsmen - from "Halloween Garage Rock" -- anyone care to guess who recorded this first? No cheating!

6. "Sun Arise" - This Side Up - Prestige, 1966

7. "Wanna Make Him Mine" - The Emeralds - Jubilee, 1964

8. "Go Away" - The Basements - from the recently release best album of the year so far, "I'm Dead" -- teens from Greece

9. "Police and Thieves" - Junior Murvin - Island, 1976 - his first release, not bad

10. "He Broke Your Game Wide Open" - Frank Dell - Valise, 1967

11. "Don't Tread On Me" - Kit & the Outlaws - Black Knight, 1966

12. "When I Met You" - Lizardz - soon to be released on Fuzz Overdose, from Lost in Tyme V6, yet another great Greek band

13. "My Friends" - The Strangers - King, 1954

14. "She Rocks 'n Rolls All Night and Day" - Redeemers - originally released in 1999, from the album of the same name

15. "Gonna Make Him My Baby" - April Young - 1965 from the album "Where the Girls Are"

16. "Little Bit O' Soul" - Little Darlings - Fontana, 1965 - the original recording

17. "I'm Higher Than I'm Down" - Aardvarks - Vark, 1966

18. "Your Golden Touch" - A Clockwork Orange - Creole, 1967

19. "The Same Identical Thing" - The Gillettes - J&S, 1964

20. "Please Let Me Wonder" - Beach Boys - Wikipedia: It has been said that "Please Let Me Wonder" was the very first song that Brian Wilson wrote under the influence of marijuana. The song was first released on the band's 1965 album Today!. As a B-side, it peaked at a number 52 in Billboard and number 46 in Cash Box. The contemporary Gilbert Youth Survey conducted nationally in April 1965 placed this song at number 9 in its chart one week. Due to the lyrics, which are filled with a sense of longing and uncertainty, it is, in a sense, a contrasting piece to Wilson's "When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)".

Scan Credits:

Customs scan from gethip.com

Frank Dell 45 scan from discogs.com

Kit & the Outlaws scan from http://www.garagehangover.com/

Aardvarks scan from http://www.grandrapidsrocks.com/

Gillettes 45 scan from popsike.com

2 comments:

  1. Very cool, Glenn. Love your collections.

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  2. Nice stuff. Long live reborn in tyme.

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