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Section 2
 Pop, beat, psych 1960 ~ 1970

Here, the second page to comprise of "Various Artists" albums, you will find LP's in stock that pertain to popular music recorded in the 1960's. This is where to retrieve the sounds of British beat, psychedelia from England and elsewhere, along with the regular pop sounds of the era.  Soundtrack albums that include pop music and the suchlike are now listed on a separate page.

As a reminder, there are already Various Artists categories within the Blues, Folk , and Soul pages, and of course the 1960's~70's Rock. listing. Some pre 1960 compilations are listed on the John Barry page.

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So that there is some sort of continuity here, has been set out in the order of:

Left-over rock 'n' roll, and the origination of pop groups (Merseybeat, etc)
Early to mid 60's pop beat
 Mid to late 60's pop (including middle-of-the-road)
 '65 - '70 freak beat, garage, psychedelia, etc.

CURTAIN UP! ~ PYE NIXA 1960

Side 1  Roy Castle "Mister Music Man", Petula Clark "Suddenly", Lonnie Donegan "Does Your Chewing Gum.." (live),
           Ray Ellington "Charlie Brown", Joe Henderson "Chick", Edmund Hockridge "Gigi
Side 2: Gary Miller "Jezebel", Lita Roza "This Is My Town", Marion Ryan "Wait For Me (Ti Diro)",
            Bill Shepherd "Tequila" (live), Dickie Valentine "Venus", Cherry Wainer "Blue Cha-Cha (instr.)

What a great title for the commencement of this page's listings! 'Good name!' (sorry Bruce)

This album is presented as a show, with audience clapping and laughing, but methinks this has been 'added'. Spoken introduction "PYE Records present Curtain Up...", leading into Bruce Forsyth doing the honours,  cracking odd (or is it old) jokes along the way. There are spoken introductions by Petula Clark, Bill Shepherd, and Cherry Wainer. Sleeve notes by Michael Barclay and Alan Freeman who were then A&R men for PYE, with Alan later being renowned  for being a disc jockey.

Photographs of all the stars and Bruce on the laminated front cover.

   
Sleeve EX (strangely, there is a slight 'wave' on the front's left and right side, gives great effect of the curtains being real!)
    Record EX (plays EX- to EX+) 19

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KENT WALTON PRESENTS...  HONEY HIT PARADE ~ Golden Guinea 1962

Side 1 Brook Brothers "Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week", Kenny Ball "Midnight In Moscow", Petula Clark "Romeo", 
          James Darren "Goodbye Cruel World", Marcels "Blue Moon", Miki & Griff "A Little Bitty Tear" 
Side 2: Viscounts "Who Put The Bomp...", Bob Wallis "Come Along Please, Clarence Frogman Henry "But I Do",
            Benny Hill "Transistor Radio", Gary Miller "There Goes That Song Again, James Darren "Because They're Young"

This title was in conjunction with Fleetway's girls' magazine "HONEY". Colourful front cover depicting Kent and all the artists. 
 PYE Records recordings. Comes with an illustrated Golden Guinea inner sleeve.

Kent Walton was one of the presenters on Radio Luxemburg. Many of the programmes on this station were sponsored by products and record companies. Actually, the terminology 'sponsored' is just an angle to get in-your-face (or in this case 'ear'!) advertising across to the public The programmes would go ahead anyway. Just look at today's typical example of Cadbury's 'sponsoring' Coronation Street.

Interestingly, the back cover of this Golden Guinea LP lists other titles available at 21/- each (a guinea = one pound and one shilling), but if you wish to purchase Stereo examples, these are 27 / 6  !! .. Platinum Guinea?

1) Sleeve has a 2" split along the bottom ridge, o/w would be NM  * Record looks and plays EX+   sold

2) ..another in stock, but no cover: disc VG+, plays VG+ to EX+.  Also included with is the follow-up issue on the 
                    maroon Ace Of Clubs  label. Artists include Kathy Kirby, Jet Harris, Cloda Rogers, Louise Cordet,
                    Jimmy Saville, Vernons Girls. Again, has no cover: disc VG, plays VG to VG+...  the pair for 7

HONEY HIT PARADE ~ Ace Of Clubs 1962

Side 1 Jet Harris "Man With The Golden Arm" (with Kent Walton voice -over intro for this LP), Kathy Kirby "Big Man", 
            Mike Preston "A Forever Kind Of Love", Peter Jay etc "Can-Can '62, Lorne Gibson "What Kind Of Love Is This",
             Cloda Rogers "Believe Me I'm No Fool".
Side 2: Louise Cordet "I'm Just A Baby" Mark Wynter "My Cinderella", Tony Osborne "Night River", 
             Jess Conrad "Pretty Jenny",  Jimmy Saville "Very Unlikely", Vernons Girls "You Know What I Mean, 
             Jet Harris "Golden Arm" reprise with Kent thanking listener, etc.

This album was in conjunction with Fleetway's girls' magazine "HONEY". Cover front and back depicts all the artists in glorious black and white. Decca Records recordings. Tony Barrow liner notes.

 ACL 1138:   sold

THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS ~ Golden Guinea 1963

Side 1 Mark Wynter "Venus In Blue jeans", Kesterls "Walk Right In". David Macbeth "Roses Are Red",
          Brook Brothers "Welcome Home Baby", Joe Brown "A Picture Of You", Kenny Ball "March Of The Siamese Children.
Side 2: Jimmy Justice "Ain't That Funny", Julie Grant "Up On The Roof", Norman Vaughan "Swingin' In The Rain"  aargh, 
           Viscounts "Mama's Doin' The Twist", Lonnie Donegan "Pick A Bale Of Cotton", 
           Kenny Ball "Green Leaves Of Summer".

Spoken introduction by Brian Matthew.

GGL 0190: Sleeve VG * Record EX+ (plays VG+ to mainly EX+)  @ 10

PACKAGE TOUR ~ Golden Guinea 1963

Side 1  Johnny Sandon and The Remo 4 "Yes", Eagles "Come On baby (To The Floral Dance)"
            Undertakers "(Do The) Mashed Potatoes", Breakaways "That Boy Of Mine",
            Pat Harris and The Blackjacks "Hippy Hippy Shake",  Julie Grant "Hello Love"
Side 2  Jackie Lynton "Teddy Bear's Picnic", Danny Storm "Let The Sun Shine In". Tommy Quickly "Kiss Me Now",
             Overlanders "Summer Skies And Golden Sands", Cyril Davies "Preachin' The Blues", 
             Kestrels "There's A Place", Dave Clark Five "That's What I Said"

These 14 tracks were issued on PYE / Piccadilly singles, but are now hard to locate.

    Sleeve VG+  *  Record min. VG (plays VG+) 16  larger image on file

THIS IS MERSEY BEAT Vol. One ~ Oriole 1963

Faron's Flamingos = Let's Stomp + Talkin' 'Bout You, Earl Preston and The TT's = Thumbin' A Ride + Hurt, 
Sonny Webb and The Cascades = You've Got Everything, Derry Wilkie and The Pressmen = Hallelujah I Lover Her So,
Rory Storm and The Hurricanes = Dr. Feel Good + Beautiful Dreamer, Del Renas = Sigh Cry Almost Die
Mark Peters and The Silhouettes = Someday (When I'm Gone From You), Mersey Beats = Our Day Will Come

Spoken intro and sleeve notes by Bill Harry. Back cover depicts photographs of the respective artists.

    Sleeve VG- (front has light creasing along top and bottom edges, back bit tarnished + flaps slightly damaged)
    Record NM  (intro VG+, rest EX to mainly NM) 60  image on file

THIS IS MERSEY BEAT Vol. Two ~ Oriole 1963

Del Renas = Nashville Blues + When Will I Be Loved, Ian and The Zodiacs = It Ain't Necessarily So + Secret Love
Faron's Flamingos = Shake Sherry + So Fine, Earl Preston and The TT's = All Around The World, 
Sonny Webb and The Cascades = Excuse Me + Who Shot Sam + Border Of The Blues,
Rory Storm and The Hurricanes = I Can Tell,  Nomads = My Whole Life Through, 

More sleeve notes by Bill Harry. Back cover depicts photographs of the respective artists.

    Sleeve G+ ( front + rear face are okay. Top edge worn, corners bumped, bottom rear flap damaged. B
    Record G (scuffed all over, but plays VG+ to EX)  22     ,image on file

CASEY JONES AND THE GOVERNORS "BEAT HITS VOL. 2" ~ Bellaphon 1965 (Germany)


Although the front is credited to Casey Jones etc, this album, as the back reveals, is a compilation consisting
  of tracks recorded  by Casey Jones x 4, Vanguards x 6, Sonny Stewart x 4, Roland Schneider x 2     
         Don't Ha Ha, Shame And Scandal, Gloria, Tall Girl, Beat March, Beggar In Town, Blue Tears, etc.


  Sleeve EX * Record has one light mark, o/w is NM plays NM)  @ 55  larger image on file

Ordering:
If you have already read the information on the Ordering page, please copy and Paste
              each album  description of interest into the email box.  A reply will be forthcoming.

 

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Early to mid 60's pop beat

 

BUMPER BUNDLE 16 HITS ~ Decca 1965

Fortunes "Troubles", Twinkle "Terry", Billy Fury "In Thoughts", Dave Berry "Little Things", Unit Four Plus Two "C & Clay",
Jonathan Queen "Mooning", Val Doonican "Walk Tall", Small faces "Whatcha Gonna Do", 
Bachelors "Marie", N. Teens "T. Road", Tom Jones "Hands", Them "Gloria", Brian Poole etc "Someone",
Freddie & The Dreamers = If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody + You Were Made For Me
Zombies "She's Not There", Moodies "Go Now!", Lulu "Leave.
 
    Sleeve VG+  *  Record VG- (plays mainly VG+) @ 15
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HITS OF THE MERSEY ERA  VOLUME ONE ~ EMI 1976

Gerry & The Pacemakers = How Do You Do It + You'll Never Walk Alone, Cilla Black = Love Of The Loved + It's For You
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas = Do You Want To Know A Secret + Little Children, Hollies = Stay + Searchin'
Swinging Blue Jeans = Hippy Hippy Shake + You're No Good, Fourmost = Hello Little Girl, Big Three = Some Other Guy,
Freddie & The Dreamers = If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody + You Were Made For Me

Cover is b&w photo of a teenagers. EMI NUT 1 (first one in this series).
 
    Sleeve VG ( because top and right corner general creasing)  *  Record NM (plays NM) 7
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GOLDEN HOUR PRESENTS SUPERGROUPS OF THE 60's ~ Golden Hour 1972

Kinks = Long Tall Shorty + Cadillac + Got Love If You Want It + I'm A Lover Not A Fighter + Beautiful Delilah
Ivy League x 5, Sorrows = Take A Heart + Let Me In + Let The Live Live + You've Got What I Want
Rockin' Berries x 4, Searchers = Till I Met You + Take Me For What I'm Worth + Sweets.. + I'll Be Doggone

As you can see, some more of the lesser compiled tracks on this LP,. Surprisingly, this pressing on the whole+ has a reasonable sound, as well as playing EX. Most records in this series are just not worth having, due to the poor quality emitted from the 'squeezed up' tracks. Front sleeve has a good collection of photographs of all the groups.

+ Ivy League's "That's Why I'm Crying" sounds as though the engineer is fiddling with the volume throughout!

   
Sleeve VG+   *Record    (plays EX)  10

QUICK BEFORE THEY CATCH US ~ Sequel 1990


Side 1 Paddy Klaus & Gibson "Quick..", Ivy League "My World Fell Down", Uglys "End Of The Season",
           Factotums "Here Today" Bystanders "Pattern People", Hellions "Tomorrow Never Comes", 
           Sorrows "Pink Purple..", Searchers "Each Time"
Side 2 Onyx "You Gotta Be With Me", Chapters "Can't Stop Thinking About Her", Dave Davies "Creeping Jean"
            Riot Squad "I Take It We're Through", Thursday's Children "Just You", Episode Six "Love Hate Revenge",
             Rockin' Berries "The Water Is Over My Head", Don Craine's New Downliners Sect "Roses",

Subtitled THE POP ERA VOLUME ONE. All tracks were previously issued on PYE singles.

   Sleeve EX-  *   Record NM (plays as new)  12   larger image on file

ROCK GENERATION VOLUME 3 ~ BYG 1970 (France only)

Side 1 Sonny Boy Williamson & The Animals = Sonny's Slow Walk + Pontiac Blues + My Babe + I don't' You Worry,
            + Night Time Is The Right Time *  this set recorded live at Club A GoGo in Newcastle, December 1963.
Side 2  Graham Bond Organisation = Wade In The Water + Big Boss Man + Early In The Morning + Spanish Blues
               + Person To Person Blues  *  this set recorded live at Klook's Kleek in London, October 1964.

The Organisation at this time comprised of Graham Bond, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Dick Heckstall-Smith - the cream of...
Sleeve notes are by Giorgio Gomelsky.

   Sleeve EX+ (laminated front + back)  *   Record VG+ (side 1 plays VG+, side 2 EX)  18   larger image on file

GO ~ Columbia 1966

Side 1  Dave Clark Five "Look Before You Leap", Yardbirds "Shapes Of Things", Georgie Fame "Something"
            Phillip Goodhand-Tait "I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt On You", Herman's Hermits "You Won't Be Leaving".
            New York Public Library "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My heart Anymore", Animals "It's My Life", Attraction "Stupid Girl"
Side 2  Georgie Fame "Getaway", Wayne Gibson "Under My Thumb", Candy Choir "Shake Hands (And Come Out Crying)
           Yardbirds "Over Under Sideways Down", Downliners Sect "Glendora", Dave Clark Five "Over And Over",
             Herman's Hermits "This Dorr Swings Both Ways", Animals "We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place"

Front sleeve and spine title = GO.  Back = GO...WITH AN ALL STAR LP Volume 1.  Label title = "GO" Volume 1
Includes two Jagger-Richard compositions. The back depicts six of the groups featured on this album. Issued in Mono only.

   Sleeve VG+   *   Record VG+ (plays VG+)  45

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Mid to late 60's pop (including middle-of-the-road)

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25 YEARS OF ROCK ~ BBC 1981

In 1981, the BBC, in conjunction with Billboard USA,  produced a weekly series for Radio Broadcast
  that integrated news items with popular songs that had been issued as singles. This concept was
 later adapted into a television series. 

On offer here are a selection of the Transcription discs that were for Radio Broadcast purposes, titled  ' 25 YEARS OF ROCK'.

There are no cue sheets. Possibly none were issued, as these LP's are not banded, being as the news items blend in with
the beginning and end of each song, with many being the full version (i.e. not abridged). However the previous owner has 
written down on paper the tracks and news items featured on each record. 

Not the complete set available, hence the selling of individual discs. All are genuine 'BBC TRANSCRIPTI0N SERV1CES' discs.
All are standard recordings. Duration of each side is at least 50 minutes, therefore each disc is 100+ minutes.
They appear to have been played two or three times only.

AS per line set out here: single disc @ 15 ; matching pair @ 30

Disc 148926 / 28 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 3 1957 / Part 4 1958  *  Disc 148927 / 29 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 3 / Part 4 1958
Disc 148931 / 33 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 5 1959 / Part 6 1960
Disc 149129 / 31 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 9 1963 / Part 10 1964
Disc 149133 / 35 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 11 1965 / Part 12 1966  *  Disc 149134 / 36 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 11 1965 / Part 12 1966
Disc 149137 / 39 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 13 1967 / Part 14 1968  *  Disc 149138 / 40(SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 13 1967 / Part 14 1968
Disc 149141 / 43 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 15 1969 / Part 16 1970  *  Disc 149142 / 44(SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 15 1969 / Part 16 1970
Disc 149248 / 50 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 17 1971 / Part 18 1972  *  Disc 149249 / 51 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 17 1971 / Part 18 1972
Disc 149252 / 54(SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 19 1973 / Part 20 1974  *  Disc 149253 / 55 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 19 1973 / Part 20 1974
Disc 149256 / 58 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 21 1975 / Part 22 1976
Disc 149260 / 62 (SIDE 1 of 2 x2) Part 23 1977 / Part 24 1978  * Disc 149261 / 64 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 23 1977 / Part 24 1978
Disc 1149263 / 65 (SIDE 2 of 2 x2) Part 24 1978 / Part 25 1979

INTERNATIONAL  '65 ~ Columbia 1965 (Germany)


Side 1 Dave Clark Five "Reelin' And Rockin', Peter & Gordon "True Love Ways", Swinging Blue Jeans "I've Got A Girl"
          Freddy & Dreamers "I'm Tellin' You Now", Manfred Mann "Oh No, Not My baby, Shadows, Georgie Fame "Yeh, Yeh"
Side 2:  Herman's Hermits "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat", Gerry & Pacemmakers "You You You", Seekers, 
             Cliff & Shadows, Johnny Kidd & The Pirates "Whole Lotta Woman", S. Bassey, Animals "Bring It On Home"

German test pressing, stamped 22 July 1965.

Sleeve VG+   *  Record EX (plays NM) 12 image on file

DIE GROSSE STARPARADE 1966 4 ~ Polydor 1966 (Germany only)


Side 1: Roy Black, Connie Francis "Meine Reise ist zu Ende", Berti Glockner & Thomas Fritsch, Renate Kern,
           Bill Ramsey "Yellow Submarine", Heidi Bachert, Willy Millowitsch, Peter Alexander
Side 2: Lovin' Spoonful "Summer In The City", James Brown etc "It's A Man's Man's World", Hep Stars "Sunny Girl"
             Who "I'm A Boy", Spotnicks "Green Eyes", James Last, Bert Kaempfert, Heinz Schachter

Photographs on the front cover include Connie Francis (German vocal track), Lovin' Spoonful, and the Who, but not the Hep Stars. "Yellow Submarine" is sung in German; lyrics include"..files en boat, in Manchester.."  .. or possibly not?

  Sleeve VG+  *  Record NM (plays NM) DieGrosseStarParadeLP.jpg (99923 bytes) 14
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STARS CHARITY FANTASIA ~ Philips 1966


Side 1: Andy Williams "Begin The Beguine", Dusty S. "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me", 
           Cliff R. "I Could Easily Fall", Walker Brothers "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore", Miller "England Swings"
            Spencer Davis Group "Every Little Bit Hurts"  Cleo Laine & Johnny Dankworth "Shall I Compare Thee", 
Side 2:  Frankie Vaughan "Hello Dolly", Sandie Shaw "Gotta See My baby Every Day", Val Doonican "Walk Tall",
             Swingle Singers "Rondo", Harry Secombe "If I Ruled The World", K. Kirby "Dance On", Ken Dodd "Happiness"

Pink label with SCF logo. Mono only. Philips issue in conjunction with the Save The Children Fund. Back has photographs of all artistes that feature on this disc.

  Sleeve VG  *  Record: s1 VG+, s2 VG ( (plays VG+ to EX) @ 6

A HUNDRED AND ONE HEADLINE HITS ~ World Records 1975


Walk Hand In Hand, As I Love You, Donna, Are You Sure, Hey! Baby, Dominique, Juliet, The Wedding, Game Of Love, 
 Make It Easy On Yourself, A Groovy Kind Of Love, Hold Tight, Bend It, Sunny, Pamela, Zabadak, Fox On The Run, 
 Love Is Blue, From The Underworld, Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye, Maggie May, You Can Do Magic, Girls, Hustle
 
6 albums; 101 tracks from 1957 to 1975. All original artists/ recordings. Full laminated sleeves,  having lots of information.

  Box VG+ * Sleeves NM to M *  Records NM to M 100HeadlineHitsLPBoxSet.jpg (83939 bytes)  @ 10

100 FABULOUS ALL TIME HITS ~ World Records 1972


How High The Moon, When I Fall In Love, Softly Softly, Tom Hark, Living Doll, Poor Me, Hit And Miss, You Don't Me,
 Johnny Remember Me, Wonderful Land, I Like It, Glad All Over, Bits And Pieces, Do Wah Diddy, Yeh Yeh,
 Pretty Flamingo, Sloop John B, She Wears My Ring, Lily The Pink, Ernie, Roll Over Beethoven

6 x albums; 100 tracks, spanning 1950 ~ 1972.  All original artists/ recordings. Full laminated sleeves  
  with photographs (front & back),  track listings, and liner notes. Comes with original solicitation: 
 large double-sided poster, Flexi Disc, etc., + envelope.

  Box VG * Sleeves NM to M *  Records NM to M 100hitsboxsetlps.jpg (34206 bytes)  @ 16

Next are PYE ~ Marble Arch LP's

OUR GENERATION ~ Teledisc 1


Status Quo, Beach Boys, Animals, McCoys, Simon Dupree, Keith West, CCS, Zager And Evans, Small Faces, etc.

4 albums; 52 tracks, from 1962 to 1970 (majority are '67 ~''69).  All original artists/ recordings.  
  Please request photo (via email) of back of box for full track listing.

  Box EX- *  Records EX to mainly NM  @ 12

Next are PYE ~ Marble Arch LP's

THE HIT MAKERS ~ PYE 1964


Searchers "When You Walk In The Room", Sandie Shaw "(There's) Always Something..",
 Honeycombs "Have I The Right", Dixie Cups "Chapel Of Love", Shangri-Las "Remember (Walkin' In The Sand)",
 Julie Grant "Come To Me", Kinks "You Really Got Me", Dionne Warwick "Walk On By", 
 Chuck berry "No Particular Place To Go", Rockin' Berries "He's In Town", 
 Kenny Ball "Hello Dolly", Tony Jackson "Bye Bye Baby"

Photographs of the artists front and back cover, with the front being very attractive in design.

An original 1964 record shop poster (mounted/ framed/ glazed) to promote this LP  is also in stock HitMakersLP_Poster.jpg (88266 bytes)
 
    Sleeve EX-  *   Record VG+  (plays VG+ to EX) HitmakersLP_smaller.jpg (45966 bytes) 16
 

THE HITMAKERS VOL. 3 ~ PYE 1965


Side 1: Petula Clark, Sonny & Cher "Baby Don't Go", Searchers "He's Got No Love", Jackie Trent "Where Are You Now"
            Honeycombs "That's The Way", Rockin' Berries "Poor Man's Son", Marcello Minerbi "Zorba's Dance"
Side 2: Sandie Shaw, Newbeats "Bread And Butter, Kinks "See My Friend", Donovan "Colours", 
            Ivy league "Tossing And Turning", Sorrows "Take A Heart", Sounds Orchestral "Cast..."

Two examples in stock:
1)  Sleeve: front EX+, back white/ fresh, but has very small "9" top corner
          + "55" bottom + date "23/12/65" + 4 small light stains  *  Record EX (plays VG+ to EX)   12

2)  Sleeve EX-  *  Record EX+ (plays NM)   20    larger image on file

GOLDEN HITMAKERS ~Golden Guinea 1966


Sandie Shaw x2, Kinks x2, Searchers x2, Sounds Orchestral, Honeycombs x2, Kenny Ball, Rockin' Berries, Ivy League.
 Nice photo cover.

  GGL 0362: Sleeve EX * Record EX (plays VG+ to mainly NM) @ 10
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HITMAKERS ~ Marble Arch 1967


Side 1 David Bowie and Lower Third "Can't Help Thinking About Me", Lou Christie "Merry Go-Round", 
           Donovan "Jersey Thursday",  Nina Simone "Gin House Blues",
           Karen Young "Wonderful Summer", Gerry Dorsey "Baby I Do"
Side 2  Dave Clark Five "I Walk The Line", Band Of Angels "(Accept My) Invitation", 
            Anita Harris "Trains And Boats And Planes", Joe Dolan "Make Me An Island", 
            John Paul Jones "A Foggy Day In Vietnam", Otis Redding "She's Alright".

Two tracks here making this a collectible LP:  obviously the David Bowie, the other being J. P. Jones for later becoming a member of Led Zeppelin. Note that this track is piano with orchestral accompaniment. Cover does not have pictures, just names and titles.

  Sleeve VG  *  Record VG+ (plays VG+) 9

STARS OF '67 ~ Marble Arch 1967


Side 1 S Shaw "Puppet.." + "Had A Dream Last Night", Vince Hill "Blue Velvet",
           Gerry Dorsey "Baby I Do", Cyril Stapleton "Power Game"
Side 2  Clinton Ford "Run To The Door", Jimmy James and The Vagabonds "I Can't Get Back Home To My baby"
            David Garrick "Dear Mrs. Applebee", Geno Washington etc "Michael", Davy Jones "Baby It's Me" 

PYE not exactly being over generous on these compilations; budget tracks for a budget price! The Davy Jones (included on the front cover) track is pre Monkee days, and not David Bowie who had also recorded on PYE during this period. Mono.

Three examples in stock:
 1) Sleeve VG  *  Record VG+ (plays VG+) 3
  2) Sleeve EX-   *  Record VG+ (plays VG+)  6   larger image on file
  3) Sleeve EX  *  Record EX (plays NM) 10
 

STARS OF '68 ~ Marble Arch 1968

Foundations "Baby Now That I've Found You", Dave Davies "Death Of A Clown", Donovan "Colours", 
 Kinks "Waterloo Sunset" Davy Jones (Monkee) "It Ain't Me Babe", Anita Harris "I Don't Know Anymore", 
 Long John Baldry "Let The Heartaches Begin" Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band "
 David Garrick "I've Found A Love", Kenny Ball "When I'm '64"

Front cover depicts Dave Davies, with insets of all others except Kenny Ball. MAL 762 Mono.

  
Sleeve VG+  *  Record: side 1 VG+, side VG )plays VG+)   9   larger image on file
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MORE STARS OF '68 Volume II ~ Marble Arch 1968

Val Doonican "Now", Dixies "Little Arrows", Sue Nichols "Where Will You Be", Montanas "You've Got To Be Loved", 
Jackie & Tony (Jackie Trent & Tony Hatch) "The Two Of Us", David Garrick "Rainbow", Kinks "Days",
Status Quo "Ice In The Sun", Long John Baldry "When The Sun..", Jimmy James etc "Red Red Wine"

Front cover depicts Long John Baldry, with insets of the Kinks, Val, David.

 
Sleeve VG+ (min,; small crease top corner)  * Record EX (plays EX+) 10

STARS OF '69 ~ Marble Arch 1969

Foundations = In The Bad.. + Build Me Up Buttercup; Val Doonican = If I Knew.. + Ring Of Bright Water
Long John Baldry = Mexico + It's Too Late Now; Jefferson = Colour Of My Love; Max Bygraves; 
Consortium = All The Love In The World; Jackie Trent = I'll Be There

Marble Arch, PYE's subsidiary budget label that superseded Golden Guinea. 

    Mono MAL 1146: Sleeve VG+ *  Record  (plays VG+ to EX) 4

SHOWCASE - A MARBLE ARCH SAMPLER ~ Marble Arch 1969

Sandie Shaw "Puppet On A String", Long John Baldry "Let The Heartaches Begin", Links "A Well respected Man",
Chartbusters "Get Back", Val Doonican "If The Whole World Stopped Lovin'", Donovan "Sunny Goodge Street",
Foundations "Baby Now That I've Found You",  Donovan "Turquoise",  Kinks "Dedicated Follower Of fashion",
Geno Washington and Ram Jam Band "Michael", Otis Redding "Gama Lama", Jimmy James etc "Hi Diddley Dee Dum Dum

So what we have here is a sampler album of tracks taken from the Marble Arch catalogue. I don't think so many people fell for this ploy, as this is the only example of MALS 1154 that I have had. The laminated back cover does illustrate 30 LP's in the series.

  Sleeve VG+  *  Record VG (plays VG+) ShowcaseLP.jpg (92728 bytes)  8

                            End of Marble Arch albums

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GOLDEN HITS ~ CBS Special Products 1968


Side 1  Gary Puckett & The Union Gap "Young Girl", Aretha Franklin "My Guy", O.C. Smith "Little Green Apples",
            Peddlers "Who Can I Turn To", Julie Andrews "I feel Pretty, Ray Conniff & Singers "Somewhere My Love"
Side 2  Marmalade "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da", Georgie Fame "Bonnie & Clyde", Anita Harris "Dream A Little Dream",
            Johnny Cash & June Carter "Jackson", Percy Faith "For Once In My Life", Tremeloes "Silence Is Golden"

 Issued In conjunction with The Scout Association. WSR 924 Stereo. Includes CBS's 1968 illustrated inner sleeve.

Sleeve EX+  * Record EX  (plays EX) 8
 

 

Next are DECCA's "THE WORLD OF HITS" series
Breaking from the 'rule', also included here are the 1970's issues, as these include 1960's recordings.
Unless o/w stated, are original pressings with labels having silver lettering. All are Stereo  WorldOfHits_set.jpg (93347 bytes)

THE WORLD OF HITS ~ Decca 1969


Side 1  Procol Harum "A Whiter Shade Of Pale", Dave Berry "The Crying Game", Unit Four Plus Two "Concrete & Clay",
            Cat Stevens "Matthew & Son", Small Faces "Sha La La La Lee", Alan Price Set "Simon Smith...."
Side 2  Fortunes "You've Got Your Troubles", Them "Gloria "Zombies "She's Not There", Los Bravos "Black Is Black"
             Billie Davis "I Want You To Be My baby", Moody Blues "Go Now"

  Three examples in stock:
 1) Sleeve VG+  * Record: s1 VG+, s2 VG (plays VG+ to mainly EX)  6
  2) Sleeve EX-  *  Record VG+  (plays EX to NM)  11
  3) b&w Decca label: Sleeve NM * Record NM (plays NM)  18
 
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THE WORLD OF HITS Vol. 2 ~ Decca 1969


Side 1  Move "I Can Hear The Grass Grow", Small Faces "All Or Nothing", Lulu "Shout", 
            Alan price Set "I Put A Spell On You" Honeybus "I Can't Let Maggie Go",
            Hedgehoppers Anonymous "It's Good News Week", Tornados "Telstar
Side 2  Amen Corner "Bend Me Shape Me", Chrispian St. Peters "The Pied Piper", Nashville Teens "Tobacco Road",
            Whistling Jack Smith "I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman", Attack "Hi-Ho Silver Lining",
            Them "Here Comes The Night", Cat Stevens "I Love My Dog"

   o/s
 
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THE WORLD OF HITS Vol. 4 ~ Decca 1971


Side 1  Marmalade "Reflections Of My Life", Amen Corner "High In The Sky", Dana "All Kinds Of Everything",
            Arrival "Friends", White Plains "My baby Loves Lovin'", Small faces "My Mind's Eye"
Side 2  Frijid Pink "The House Of The Rising Sun", J. K. "Let It All Hang Out" ( we know now ),
           Cat Stevens "A bad Night", Chris Andrews "TO Whom It Concerns", 
            Alan Price "Hi-Lili Hi-L", Brotherhood Of Man "United We Stand"

Worth purchasing just for the Frijid Pink track (7" single version).

   One example in stock:
  Sleeve EX   *  Record VG (plays VG+ to mainly NM) 8
 
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THE WORLD OF HITS Vol. 5  ~ Decca 1971


Side 1  Marmalade "Rainbow", White Plains "Julia Do Ya Love Me", J. K. Million Dollar Bash - the bishop?,
                      Amen Corner "Gin House Blues", Dana "Who Put The Lights Out", Arrival "I Will Survive"
Side 2  Small Faces "Hey Girl", Alan Price "Don't Stop The carnival", Poppy Family "Whish Way You Goin' Billy",
                      Applejacks "Tell Me When", Brotherhood Of Man "Where Are You Going...", East Of Eden "Jig-A-Jig"

   Two examples in stock:
 1) Sleeve EX-  *  Record VG (plays VG to VG+) 3
 2) Sleeve EX-  *  Record VG+ (plays EX) 9
 
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THE WORLD OF HITS Vol. 6  ~ Decca 1971


Side 1  Marmalade "My little One", Dave Berry "Little Things", Val Doonican Elusive Butterfly",
            Flowerpot Men "Let's Go To San Francisco", Fortunes "Here It Comes Again"
Side 2   Brotherhood Of Man "California Sunday Morning", Unit 4+2 "(You've) Never Been In Love..."
             White Plains "When You Are A King", Amen Corner "The World Of Broken Hearts", 
             Pinkerton's Assorted Colours "Mirror Mirror, Lulu "Leave A Little Love"

   1973 pressing with blue print labels:
   Sleeve EX-  *  Record VG (plays VG+ to EX) 6
 
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THE WORLD OF HITS Vol. 7~ Decca 1973


Side 1  Marmalade "Cousin Norman", Thin Lizzy "Whisky In The Jar", Billie Davis "Tell Him", Bloodstone "Natural High",
           White Plains "I've Got You On My Mind", David Bowie "The Laughing Gnome"
Side 2  Junior Campbell "Hallelujah Freedom", Candlewick Green "Who Do You Think You Are?", 
           P. Skellern "You're A Lady", Dave Berry "Mama", Lieutenant Pigeon "Mouldy Old Dough", 
           Goons "The Ying Tong Song"

   Sleeve VG+  *  Record VG (plays VG+ to EX) 6
 

End of DECCA's "THE WORLD OF HITS" series

 

 

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OUTTA SIGHT! ~ Creative Products / Capitol 1968 (USA only)

  Stone Poneys = New Hard Times + One For Me, Sounds Of Our Times = San Francisco (Be Sure...).
Human Beinz = Flower Grave + Sueno, Standells = Eleanor Rigby, Peter & Gordon = Soft As The Dawn + Tears Don't Stop
Glen Campbell = Catch The Wind, Dave Allan & The Arrows = Theme From Thunderball

Pink rim label, SL 6554

 
Sleeve VG (2" top spine split, diagonal scratch line  across front face) *   Record EX+ (plays VG+ to EX) 10
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20 HEAVY HITS ~ Crystal 1969 (USA only)

  Janis Joplin, Impressions, Tommy James & The Shondells "Crimson & Clover" + "Mony Mony", Len Barry, Intruders,
Strawberry Alarm Clock "Incense & Peppermint", Delfonics "La La..", Ohio Express "Down At Lulu's" + "Yummy..."
Who "Magic Bus", 1910 Fruitgum Company,  Ricardo Ray, Turtles, Amboy Dukes "Journey...", Happenings,
Lemon Pipers "Jelly Jungle", Sonny & Cher "The Beat Goes On", Lemon Pipers "Rice Is Nice" - of course

I would not think for one minute that this is an "official" album, but the recordings are all of excellent quality. Front cover is a groovy Stephanie Powers look-alike.

 
Sleeve EX-    *   Record VG+ (plays VG+ to mainly EX+) 9
 

GROUPQUAKE ~ RCA 1968 (Canada)

Youngbloods, Status Cymbal, Autosalvage, Stone Country, Joyfull Noise, Loading Zone, Group Therapy, Family Tree.

  RCA Victor Living Stereo SPS 33-64: Sleeve VG+ * Record VG? (plays VG+ to NM) @ 10
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BUBBLEGUM IS BACK ~ Buddah 1975

  Lemon Pipers = Jelly Jungle + Rice Is Nice + Blueberry Blue + Green Tambourine,
1910 Fruitgum Company = Simon Says + Indian Giver + Goody Goody Gumdrops + 1 2 3 red Light,
Ohio Express = Mercy + Down At Lulus + Chewy Chewy *  Kasenetz-Katz Singing Circus = Quick Joey Small

Kasenetz-Katz is a collaboration of Ohio Express and others. Did I really buy this single at the time?
Some good pop songs under the 'bubblegum' guise, that was short-lived as proven here, with these tracks spanning December 1967 (Green Tambourine) to just October 1968 (Goody..- not really bg). "Indian Giver" was January 1969, but as this song proves, by then we had enough of chewing on this fad. The cover art is after the style of Andy Warhol.
            (dates quoted are initial entry into U.S. Charts).

The one on offer is a white label ~ test pressing:
  
Sleeve VG+  *  Record M- (plays as new) 10
 

TWENTY ONE HIT WONDERS ~ See For Miles 1983

Frigid Pink, Poets, Marauders, Dodie West, Birds, Timebox, Warm Sounds, Honeybus, Mighty Avengers, etc.

 Sleeve VG+ * Record EX+ (plays NM) @ 10

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 '65 - '70 freak beat, garage, psychedelia, etc.

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STAIRCASE TO NOWHERE ~ Bam Caruso 1986

  Side 1  Bulldog Breed, Virgin Sleep, Tintern Abbey, 23rd Turnoff, Human Instinct, East Of Eden, World Of Oz, Denny Laine
Side 2  Tintern Abbey, Human Instinct, Timebox, People, Outer Limits, World Of Oz, Warm Sounds

Fifteen compositions that were originally issued on 14 singles (Tintern is A + B) from the Deram stable, on this, another great psych-out compilation. A quality inner sleeve is included, detailing the bands, depicting some rare, if not quality, photographs.

  ex-shop stock (new) 
Sleeve M-   *   Record M- (plays as new) 15

THE FstYCHEDELIC TRIP VOL 2 1966-1969 ~ See For Miles 1986


Side 1 Tomorrow "My White Bicycle", Idle Race "Skeleton and The Roundabout", Love Sculpture "In The Land Of Few"
     Simon Dupree "Kites", Locomotive "Mr. Armageddan" sic, Kippington Lodge "Rumours", Gods "Real Love Guaranteed"
     Davy Jones & The Lower Third "You've Got A Habit Of leaving", Keith West "..Teenage Opera", Lemon Tree "It's So Nice.."
Side 2  Moles "We Are The Moles", July "Friendly Man" + I See",  Pretty Things "S.F. Sorrow, 
     Kippington Lodge "Lady On A Bicycle", Idle Race "Worn red Carpet", Keith West "On A Saturday",
     Tomorrow "Strawberry fields Forever", Gods "Hey Bulldog", Pretty Things "She Says Good Morning"

20 tracks of varying styles, in stereo.  Extensive sleeve notes by Dinnes Cruickshank.

   Sleeve EX+   *  Record EX+  (plays as new) BritishPsychedelicLP.jpg (97189 bytes) 14

RUBBLE 4: THE 49 MINUTE TECHNICOLOUR DREAM ~ Past & Present 199-

Jason Crest, Caleb. Kaleidoscope, Finders Keepers, Californians, Fox, 
Cymbaline, Unit 4+2, Tempus Fugit, Misunderstood, Rings & Things

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl: Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M  11  ~ sample PastPresent_x4LPs.jpg (22544 bytes)

RUBBLE 5: THE ELECTRIC CRAYON SET ~ Past & Present 199-

Poets, Fire, Gene Latter, Game, Flies, Keith Shields,
Attack, Dream Police, Fairytale, Mark Four, etc.

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl: Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M   12

RUBBLE 6: THE CLOUDS HAVE GROOVY FACES ~ Past & Present 199-

Fairytale, Kinsmen, Poets, Ice, End, Turquoise, Accent, Elastic Band,
Pudding, Attack, Two & A Half, Life 'N' Soul, Poets, Falling Leaves, Tinkerbells Fairydust

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl:  Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M   12

RUBBLE 7: PICTURES IN THE SKY ~ Past & Present 199-

Orange Seaweed. Onyx, Flying Machine, Pro=imitives, Ivy League, Epics, 
Factotums, Koobas, Erky Grant & The Earwigs, Primitives, Velvett Fogg, etc.

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl: Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M PastPresent_x4LPs.jpg (145231 bytes)  11

RUBBLE 8: ALL THE COLOURS OF DARKNESS ~ Past & Present 199-

Side 1  Yellow "Living A Lie", Sharon Tandy & Fleur De Lys "Hold On", Eyes Of Blue "Prodigal Son", Skip Bifferty "On Love"
            Jason Crest "Here We Go Round The Lemon Tree", Rick Price & Sheridan "Lamp Lighter Man",
            Jigsaw "Tumblin'", Methusalah "High In The Towere Of Coombe"
Side 2  Jason Crest "A Place In The Sun", Norman Conquest "Upside Down", Mashmakhan "Days When We Are Free"
            Dantalion's Chariot "The Madman Running Through The Fields", Mike Stuart Span "Children Of Tomorrow", 
            Serendipity "I'm Flying", Second Hand "The World Will End Yesterday", Sharon Tandy etc "Daughter of The Moon"
          
This is one of those compilations that influences the listener to start chasing around looking for the original issues. An interesting collection, comprising of some lesser heard tracks, with Informative sleeve notes to boot.

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl: Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M 12  image on file

RUBBLE 9: PLASTIC WILDERNESS ~ Past & Present 199-

Side 1  Dragonfly "Celestial Empire", Peter & The Blizzards ""You Know That I'll Be There", Groep 1850 "Mother No-Head",
            Tower "Slow Motion Mind", Outsiders "Do You Feel Alright", Sharks & Me "Buses", Short '66 "Good Weekend",
            Motions "Wedding Of 100 Brides", Sandy Coast "Back To The City"
Side 2  Zipps "Lotus Love", Bumble Bees "Girl Of My Mind", Young Ones "Mini Minnie", 
            Q 65 "So High I've been So Down I Must Fall", Super Sister "A Girl Named You", 
             Les Baroques "Such A Cad", Golden Ear-Rings "That Day", St. Giles's System "Swedish Tears",

In case you have not realised from the above listing, these are all Dutch acts. This album is recommended as an excellent introduction to any who have not ventured into this area of collective music. Once hooked, don't go to Holland expecting to pick up with ease any original vinyl of these groups, or similar, as the Dutch are very reluctant to let go of their "Nederbeat"!

Second issue: Past & Present Records, on 180 gram vinyl: Sleeve M (still sealed)  *  Record M RubbleNineLP.jpg (77306 bytes)  12

PSYCHEDELIA Volume Four ~ Tiny Alice 1998

Side 1  Tales Of Justine "Sitting On A Blunestone", Difference "Sweet Sounds Everywhere", Blue Effect "Sun Is So Bright",
             Nimrod "Don't Let It Get The Best Of You", Scene "Scenes", White Trash "Illusions", unknown "Out Of My Mind"
Side 2  Flames "Mod Trad", Nashville Teens "I'm A Lonely One", Mirage "I See The Rain", Matadors "Don't Bother Me"
             George Bean "Floatin'", Majority "Time Machine Man", unknown "Mr. Paradise"

Variable sound quality, with the Majority recording taken from a used disc/ acetate?, but all are okay, with no clicking, etc. 
Obviously a bit of a "dodgy" release to include tracks as Apple's White Trash and the Nashville Teens. There is a small 8 page photocopy (as issued) booklet that has brief information on the tracks.

Two  in stock (both new)
  1) Sleeve VG   *  Record M 8
  2) Sleeve VG+   *  Record M PsychedeliaVolumeFour.jpg (96589 bytes) 12
 

PEBBLES VOLUME 2 ~ BFD 1979 (Australia)

Satans, Moving Sidewalks, Sons Of Adam, Road, Lyrics, Buddahs, Zakary Thaks, Randy Alvey & Green Fuz
Squires, Little Boy Blues, Dovers, Phil & The Frantics, Dovers, Choir, Bobby Fuller, Litter

Variable sound recordings, with the Green Fuz track being of poor quality. Slang sleeve notes by A. Seeltzer.

  Sleeve EX-   *  Record EX (plays NM) blank white labels 12

NUGGETS ~ Sire 1976 USA

Electric Prunes, Standells, Strangeloves, Knickerbockers, Vagrants, Mouse, Blues Project, Shadows Of Knight,
Count Five, Seeds, Barbarians, Remains, Magicians, Castaways, Thirteen Floor Elevators, Leaves,
Michael, and The Messengers, Cryan Shames, Amboy Dukes, Blues Magoos, Nazz,
Chocolate Watch Band, Mojos Men, Third Rail, Premiers, Magic Mushrooms

Subtitled ORIGINAL ARTYFACTS sic FROM THE FIRST PSYCHEDELIC ERA 1965-1968.  The who's who of 1960's American garage and psychedelia who can be found on some great self-penned albums from this period. This double album  was issued in 1972 in the UK, but this is quite elusive. The set on offer here is the second issue from 1977 when ABC / Sire imported American pressings into England. Includes a photographic inner sleeve (x2). Track details within the gatefold.

Two sets in stock:
1) Sleeve VG- (some wear on surface, top right cc)  *  Inners VG+  * Records EX (plays NM) 8

2) Sleeve VG+ (small del. cut on edge)  *   Inners EX-  *   Records EX+ & NM (play as new) NuggettsLP.jpg (67468 bytes) 14


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