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An essential mix of 34 mod favourites and rarities from 1964-1967. Modernists loved the latest R&B, blues and soul sounds coming from US cities such as Chicago, Memphis and Detroit and when British groups started playing their own interpretations in clubs and dancehalls they gained their own mod followings, their music remaining popular on the mod scene today. Side 1 of this bespoke collection spotlights the British R&B scene and features a founding father of British blues Alexis Korner with the rare 'Taboo Man' alongside ace mod tracks from The Bo Street Runners, The Others, Mickey Finn and The Blue Men (featuring a youthful Jimmy Page on harmonica) and more. Side 2 starts with British R&B groups developing their own sound by turning up their guitars, employing distortion, feedback and fuzz pedals to take the music in a new direction. Highlights include the Joe Meek produced 'Crawdaddy Simone' by The Syndicats (described as proto punk because of it's ferocity), The In Crowd's snarling 'Things She Says' and The Artwoods' fuzz drenched mod favourite 'I Take What I Want' featuring future Deep Purple organist Jon Lord on organ. Denny Laine (later of Wings) sings with The Moody Blues calming things down with some soulful beat. Side 3 focuses on UK soul music - Rod 'the mod' Stewart backed by The Brian Auger Trinity takes on Sam Cooke's 'Shake', the godfather of ska Laurel Aitken proves he's also a natural soul man with his floor filling version of The Mar-Keys' 'Last Night' and the amazing Barry St. John sings the funky 'Gotta Brand New Man'. Popular club acts Lucas & The Mike Cotton Sound and Carl Douglas & The Big Stampede would regularly bring the house down at mod clubs and also feature. Side 4 includes mod club dancefloor smashes from The Spencer Davis Group and Rupert's People (AKA mod group Fleur de Lys) while mod heroes The Action go psychedelic with 'Look At The View'. A moonlighting Jeff Beck of The Yardbirds plays on John's Children's 'But She's Mine' and there are brilliant singles revered by freakbeat and psych collectors such as Double Feature's 'Baby Get Your Head Screwed On' and The Drag Set's 'Day And Night'. Rarities from The Trendbender Band and The Union (featuring Elmer Gantry) appear on vinyl for the first time.
An essential mix of 34 mod favourites and rarities from 1964-1967. Modernists loved the latest R&B, blues and soul sounds coming from US cities such as Chicago, Memphis and Detroit and when British groups started playing their own interpretations in clubs and dancehalls they gained their own mod followings, their music remaining popular on the mod scene today. Side 1 of this bespoke collection spotlights the British R&B scene and features a founding father of British blues Alexis Korner with the rare 'Taboo Man' alongside ace mod tracks from The Bo Street Runners, The Others, Mickey Finn and The Blue Men (featuring a youthful Jimmy Page on harmonica) and more. Side 2 starts with British R&B groups developing their own sound by turning up their guitars, employing distortion, feedback and fuzz pedals to take the music in a new direction. Highlights include the Joe Meek produced 'Crawdaddy Simone' by The Syndicats (described as proto punk because of it's ferocity), The In Crowd's snarling 'Things She Says' and The Artwoods' fuzz drenched mod favourite 'I Take What I Want' featuring future Deep Purple organist Jon Lord on organ. Denny Laine (later of Wings) sings with The Moody Blues calming things down with some soulful beat. Side 3 focuses on UK soul music - Rod 'the mod' Stewart backed by The Brian Auger Trinity takes on Sam Cooke's 'Shake', the godfather of ska Laurel Aitken proves he's also a natural soul man with his floor filling version of The Mar-Keys' 'Last Night' and the amazing Barry St. John sings the funky 'Gotta Brand New Man'. Popular club acts Lucas & The Mike Cotton Sound and Carl Douglas & The Big Stampede would regularly bring the house down at mod clubs and also feature. Side 4 includes mod club dancefloor smashes from The Spencer Davis Group and Rupert's People (AKA mod group Fleur de Lys) while mod heroes The Action go psychedelic with 'Look At The View'. A moonlighting Jeff Beck of The Yardbirds plays on John's Children's 'But She's Mine' and there are brilliant singles revered by freakbeat and psych collectors such as Double Feature's 'Baby Get Your Head Screwed On' and The Drag Set's 'Day And Night'. Rarities from The Trendbender Band and The Union (featuring Elmer Gantry) appear on vinyl for the first time.
5013929431836

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Format: Vinyl
Label: STRAWBERRY
Rel. Date: 10/27/2023
UPC: 5013929431836

Shake: Sixties Brit Mod Nuggets / Various (Uk)
Artist: Shake: Sixties Brit Mod Nuggets / Various
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $42.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Bo Street Runners - Bo Street Runner (Single Version)
2. The Others - Oh Yeah
3. David John and the Mood - Bring It to Jerome
4. Mickey Finn and the Blue Men - I Still Want You
5. Ronnie Jones and the Night-Timers - I Need Your Loving
6. The Second Thoughts - Seventh Son
7. James Royal - Work Song
8. Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated - Taboo Man
9. The Trendbender Band - Unchain My Heart
10. The Syndicats - Crawdaddy Simone
11. The in Crowd - Things She Says
12. The Boys Blue - You Got What I Want
13. The Rocking Vicars - It's Alright
14. The Artwoods - I Take What I Want
15. The Favourite Sons - That Driving Beat
16. The Moody Blues - and My Baby's Gone
17. The Stormsville Shakers - Number One
18. The Union - See Saw
19. Rod Stewart - Shake
20. Laurel Aitken and the Soul Men - Last Night
21. Barry St John - Gotta Brand New Man
22. The Soul Brothers - Good Lovin' Never Hurt
23. Lucas ; the Mike Cotton Sound - Ain't Love Good, Ain't Love Proud
24. J.J. Jackson - But It's Alright
25. Carl Douglas ; the Big Stampede - Something for Nothing
26. Wynder K Frog - Turn on Your Lovelight
27. The Spencer Davis Group - Looking Back
28. Double Feature - Baby Get Your Head Screwed on
29. Scots of St. James - Tic Toc
30. The Attraction - She's a Girl
31. John's Children - But She's Mine
32. The Drag Set - Day and Night
33. Rupert's People - Hold on
34. The Action - Look at the View

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An essential mix of 34 mod favourites and rarities from 1964-1967. Modernists loved the latest R&B, blues and soul sounds coming from US cities such as Chicago, Memphis and Detroit and when British groups started playing their own interpretations in clubs and dancehalls they gained their own mod followings, their music remaining popular on the mod scene today. Side 1 of this bespoke collection spotlights the British R&B scene and features a founding father of British blues Alexis Korner with the rare 'Taboo Man' alongside ace mod tracks from The Bo Street Runners, The Others, Mickey Finn and The Blue Men (featuring a youthful Jimmy Page on harmonica) and more. Side 2 starts with British R&B groups developing their own sound by turning up their guitars, employing distortion, feedback and fuzz pedals to take the music in a new direction. Highlights include the Joe Meek produced 'Crawdaddy Simone' by The Syndicats (described as proto punk because of it's ferocity), The In Crowd's snarling 'Things She Says' and The Artwoods' fuzz drenched mod favourite 'I Take What I Want' featuring future Deep Purple organist Jon Lord on organ. Denny Laine (later of Wings) sings with The Moody Blues calming things down with some soulful beat. Side 3 focuses on UK soul music - Rod 'the mod' Stewart backed by The Brian Auger Trinity takes on Sam Cooke's 'Shake', the godfather of ska Laurel Aitken proves he's also a natural soul man with his floor filling version of The Mar-Keys' 'Last Night' and the amazing Barry St. John sings the funky 'Gotta Brand New Man'. Popular club acts Lucas & The Mike Cotton Sound and Carl Douglas & The Big Stampede would regularly bring the house down at mod clubs and also feature. Side 4 includes mod club dancefloor smashes from The Spencer Davis Group and Rupert's People (AKA mod group Fleur de Lys) while mod heroes The Action go psychedelic with 'Look At The View'. A moonlighting Jeff Beck of The Yardbirds plays on John's Children's 'But She's Mine' and there are brilliant singles revered by freakbeat and psych collectors such as Double Feature's 'Baby Get Your Head Screwed On' and The Drag Set's 'Day And Night'. Rarities from The Trendbender Band and The Union (featuring Elmer Gantry) appear on vinyl for the first time.
        
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