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  1. Split The Fabulous Go Go Boy From Alabama And His One Man Band
  2. Ruff 'n Rare

    Kaisers:
    Ruff 'n Rare (10``LP)

    Unreleased tracks and alternate versions 1993-2000.
    20,00 €
  3. Beat From Badsville - Even More Trash Classics From Lux & Ivy`s Vinyl Mountain Vol. 4

    Various:
    Beat From Badsville - Even More Trash Classics From Lux & Ivy`s Vinyl Mountain Vol. 4 (CD)

    Brought up on the radio shows of the legendary rock 'n'
    roll DJs, the moondogging Alan Freed, Mad Daddy and,
    later, the ghostly Ghoulardi, it was hardly surprising that
    The Cramps' Lux Interior and Poison Ivy began trawling
    the thrift stores for juvenile delinquent tunes, lip curling
    bad boy rock 'n' roll, strange exotica, bizarre novelty
    45s, dysfunctional doo wop, psychedelic weirdness and
    instrumentals made by madmen. In America in the 1950s
    and 1960s there seemed to be small town versions of
    such vinyl madness everywhere that, by the 1970s were
    remaindered and to the majority of people unwanted. To
    the fledgling Cramps this was nothing short of heaven.
    The duo filled their house with novelty memorabilia,
    schlock horror furniture and a record collection to die
    for. Lux eventually gravitated to his own Purple Knif
    Radio show and the Cramps delivered their versions of
    some of the stuff they'd found. The duo name-checked
    many a 45 along the way and seeking them out and
    sampling their eccentricities is nothing short of mind
    blowing.


    This 24-track collection positively effervesces with
    eccentricity. Again the vinyl only double-10“ is divided
    into 4 themes: „The Rock`n´Rollers“, „New Dance
    Trend“, „Instrumentals“ and „The Mad Daddies“.
    Every track pirouettes dangerously and at times hap
    hazardly around the expected. These are songs for
    strange times by what can definitely be considered
    strange people. Gems and nuggets that sparkle even
    more bright in today's manufactured music maelstrom.
    The population of Badsville welcomes you aboard.

    15,00 €
  4. No Voy A Bajar

    Hula Baby:
    No Voy A Bajar (10``LP)

    Gatefold kannet!
    15,00 €
  5. Hifi Sound For Hipshakers

    Royal Premiers:
    Hifi Sound For Hipshakers (10``LP)

    300 copies - band from Nantes in France !
    15,00 €
  6. Discotheque A Go-Go
  7. Itching For Action
  8. Same

    Wild Oats:
    Same (10``LP)

    One of the classics of British Beat collecting. Now in perfect sound, with five extra tracks from the sessions.

    In the swinging 60s, the very small town of Leiston in Suffolk was home to its own beat group: the Wild Oats. In 1963 budding producer David Nicolson put an ad for new bands in the NME and the Oats were the first to reply. The following year they were in R.G. Jones’ studios in Morden, south London, recording five rousing R&B numbers. They were issued on a custom-pressed EP on the Oak label, the catch-all imprint run by the studio. The run was only 100 discs. David went back into the studios, this time with Harry Stoneham added on piano, to cut ‘I’m Coming Home’ and ‘So Long’. The latter song was written by Crispian St Peters, who added harmonies to it. A final session was recorded at Tony Pike’s studios in Putney but only two tracks recorded there survived.

    The glossy EP was quickly forgotten until beat group record collecting began seriously in the 70s and the Oak label became one of the ultimate objects of desire. Oak boasted EPs from the Bo Street Runners and the Five Of Diamonds and singles from the A-Jaes, the Thyrds, Pneumonia and the Factory. All are highly collectible and would cost between £500-£1000 each if sold today. Let’s say £750 for the Wild Oats EP, if you can find a copy for sale.

    Moving on 50 years, Ace Records were put into contact with producer David Nicolson, a fascinating 60s music business character who went on to produce Crispian St Peters on his big hits ‘You Were On My Mind’ (music by Harry Stoneham) and ‘The Pied Piper’ as well as records by the Mark Leeman Five, the Truth, Patsy Fuller and many more; the young Jimmy Page features on several of his recordings. David not only had all the master tapes of the Wild Oats EP but also the three extra R.G. Jones tracks and the two from the Tony Pike session. He had the original photos from the shoot on the Suffolk coast and even a couple of copies of the EP.

    With the extra tracks sounding at least the equal of the issued numbers, Ace felt a 10-inch deluxe vinyl LP would be most appropriate; the inner bag giving a chance to display the artefacts. Even better, most of the group are still performing around their home town and will enjoy this historic appreciation of their musical talents.

    Ady Croasdell

    29,00 €
  9. Caveman Jamboree

    Neanderthals:
    Caveman Jamboree (10``LP)

    The Neanderthals are four numbskulls who claim to be real Cavemen! They dress up in leopard skin furs and play silly looking longhorn guitars to get their trashy sound. When asked to describe their "music" one dimwitted member explained "Duh,I dunno it's just rock'n'roll." neanderthals
    Their "music" actually is a primitive stomping rock 'n' roll reminiscent of 60's garage frat-rockers The Sonics and The Trashmen with a little Chuck Berry and Link Wray thrown in. They sing about girls in hot rods and monsters in spaceships. No poetic introspection or post modern angst here.

    Rumor has it that the members include guitarist Eddie Angel (Los Straitjackets) and singer Johnny Rabb, who's usually too drunk to give coherent interviews, but is a wild showman who has been known to disrobe onstage when gotten too excited!

    So there you have it. If wild guitars, stompin' beats and wildmen dressed like The Flintstones playing real rock 'n' roll rattle your primordial bones then a Neanderthal show promises to be the most fun you're likely to have this millennium.
    15,00 €
  10. I`m In Love EP (RSD)

    Animals:
    I`m In Love EP (RSD) (10``LP)

    Record Store Day 2015 release. (Limited to 3,900 copies). First US release of this EP.
    20,00 €
  11. Beat From Badsville - Even More Trash Classics From Lux & Ivy`s Vinyl Mountain Vol. 4 (2LP)

    Various:
    Beat From Badsville - Even More Trash Classics From Lux & Ivy`s Vinyl Mountain Vol. 4 (2LP) (10``LP)

    Brought up on the radio shows of the legendary rock 'n'
    roll DJs, the moondogging Alan Freed, Mad Daddy and,
    later, the ghostly Ghoulardi, it was hardly surprising that
    The Cramps' Lux Interior and Poison Ivy began trawling
    the thrift stores for juvenile delinquent tunes, lip curling
    bad boy rock 'n' roll, strange exotica, bizarre novelty
    45s, dysfunctional doo wop, psychedelic weirdness and
    instrumentals made by madmen. In America in the 1950s
    and 1960s there seemed to be small town versions of
    such vinyl madness everywhere that, by the 1970s were
    remaindered and to the majority of people unwanted. To
    the fledgling Cramps this was nothing short of heaven.
    The duo filled their house with novelty memorabilia,
    schlock horror furniture and a record collection to die
    for. Lux eventually gravitated to his own Purple Knif
    Radio show and the Cramps delivered their versions of
    some of the stuff they'd found. The duo name-checked
    many a 45 along the way and seeking them out and
    sampling their eccentricities is nothing short of mind
    blowing.


    This 24-track collection positively effervesces with
    eccentricity. Again the vinyl only double-10“ is divided
    into 4 themes: „The Rock`n´Rollers“, „New Dance
    Trend“, „Instrumentals“ and „The Mad Daddies“.
    Every track pirouettes dangerously and at times hap
    hazardly around the expected. These are songs for
    strange times by what can definitely be considered
    strange people. Gems and nuggets that sparkle even
    more bright in today's manufactured music maelstrom.
    The population of Badsville welcomes you aboard.

    25,00 €
  12. Go Hog Wild

    Hipbone Slim And The Knee Tremblers:
    Go Hog Wild (10``LP)

    Folc Records " It’s an honour to release an album of one of the most important garage bands of the world, consisting of British scene classics’ of the past 30 years (Headcoats, Milkshakes, Sir Bald Diddley, Kaisers, Wildebeests, Louie & the Louies, Kneejerk Reaction, Masonics,…). "

    After releasing many albums in some of the most important R&R labels in the world, they’ve recorded 10 songs for this 10”, referred by the band as some of the best songs they’ve ever written, a good mix of R&B, blues, R&R and party. You’ll enjoy it for sure!!

    15,00 €
  13. Troublebound
  14. Listen people 1964-1969

    Herman's Hermits:
    Listen people 1964-1969 (DVD)

    22 complete performances.
    10,00 €
  15. Same aka Girl Fight
  16. Meek And Honey

    Honeycombs:
    Meek And Honey (10``LP)

    (1983 UK 8-track 10 vinyl LP featuring tracks recorded in 1964 under the supervision of the legendary Joe Meek, who at their first meeting had thrown their equipment down the stairs & told them to 'B*gg*r off'. Luckily he relented shortly afterwards and 'Have I The Right' became his third number one success with the band's debut single, hence the title of this album DOW16)."
    15,00 €
  17. Another Dimension DOUBLE
  18. Paper Boy Blues 10``LP
  19. Get Straight For The Last Supper
  20. Leave Me Alone

    Knaves:
    Leave Me Alone (10``LP)

    Each and every track by these quintessential long-haired delinquents from Chicago, famed for Leave Me Alone," the most outrageous, in-your-face anthem of the mid-'60s! Eight cuts, 2 previously unissued! *previously unissued



    "
    15,00 €

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