вторник, 6 сентября 2011 г.

The Story of Them Featuring Van Morrison
(The Decca Anthology 1964 - 1966)
  
     Исполнитель: Them
     Альбом: The Story of  Them Featuring Van Morrison
     The Decca Anthology 1964 - 1966 (2CD Box Set)
     This compilation
     Ⓟ & © 1997 The DECCA Record Company Ltd,
     London, England. A PolyGram Company.
     Catalog#: 844 813-2
     Формат: FLAC (cue + log)
     Качество: lossless
     Cover: JPG, 600 dpi - Full Scan
     Total Time: 01:23:18 



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Them - северо-ирландская группа, образованная в апреле 1964 года в Белфасте. Группа наиболее известна хитом "Gloria" в стиле гаражный рок и как группа, где началась профессиональная музыкальная карьера Вэн Моррисона. В США Them причисляют к группам британского вторжения.
Сначала группа выступал в гостинице «Maritime», где играл динамичный, острый ритм-энд-блюз. Их демо-плёнка, на которой была записана растянутая версия произведения «Lovelight», обратила внимание известного менеджера Фила Соломона, решившего представлять интересы группы. Соломон уговорил Дика Роуа из фирмы «Decca» заключить соглашение и тогда члены Them переехали в Лондон.
В июле 1964 года Райксена и Миллингса заменили братья Патрик Маколи (Patrick McAuley, ударные) и Джеки Маколи (Jackie McAuley, фортепиано).
Через два месяца появился дебютный сингл «Don’t Start Crying Now», который однако не получил коммерческого успеха. Другая судьба постигла другой сингл «Baby Please Don’t Go», который был издан в феврале 1965 года, и в записи которого приняли участие такие сессионные музыканты, как Джимми Пейдж и Питер Барденс. Это произведение звучало очень здорово и на некоторое время стало главным произведением известной британской музыкальной телепрограммы «Ready Steady Go», a также взлетело в британский Тор 10.
Очередная композиция «Gloria», которую написал Ван Моррисон, была дифирамбом в честь молодёжной страсти. Следующий сингл с композицией ветерана ритм-энд-блюза Берта Бёрнса — «Here Comes The Night» — дошёл до второго места британского чарта. Хотя группе пророчили долгую и успешную карьеру, внутренние разногласия между участниками Them негативно повлияли на дальнейшее развитие группы. В результате группу покинул ещё перед записью первого альбома Джеки Маколик, которого заменил Питер Барденс.
Очередные синглы не в состоянии были удержать популярность группы и перед выходом второго лонгплэя «Them Again» в группе произошли новые изменения. К Моррисону и Хендерсону присоединились Джим Армстронг — гитары; Рей Элли (Ray Elliom, саксофон), клавишные и Джон Уилсон (John Wilson), ударные. Позже место Уилсона занял Дэйв Харви (Dave Harvey). Однако после турне по Америке 1966 года и конфликта с Соломоном этот состав Them распался.
Моррисон посвятил себя сольной карьере, которая принесла ему много успеха, а братья Маколи образовали конкурирующую группу под дежурными названиями Them, Them Belfast Gypsies, The Freaks Of Nature и The Belfast Gypsies. Тем временем бывший вокалист группы Mad Lads Кенни Макдауэлл (Kenny McDowell) присоединился к Хендерсону, Армстронгу, Эллиоту и Харви, которые возродили Them и переехали с новым продюсером Рэем Раффи в Лос-Анжелес. На альбоме «Now & Them» чувствовалось влияние гаражного ритм-энд-блюза, и звучание, бывшее типичным для Западного побережья Америки. Однако новый состав не отошёл полностью от стиля предыдущего.
В 1967 году Эллиот оставил Them, а квартет выдал психоделичный альбом «Time Out, Time In For Them». Вскоре Макдауэлл и Армстронг вернулись в Белфаст и образовали группу Sk’Boo. Хендерсон под названием Them записал с анонимными сессионными музыкантами два слабеньких лонгплея, а позже вместе с Раффи издал пластинку с рок-оперой на религиозную тематику «Truth Of Truths».
Когда в 1979 году возросла заинтересованность старыми записями Them, Хендерсон, уговорив к сотрудничеству Билли Харрисона, Эрика Райксена, Мела Остина (Mel Austin) — вокал и Билли Белла (Billy Bell) — ударные, записал с ними альбом «Shut Your Mouth». Харрисон и Райксен покинули группу после серии концертов в Германии, а название Them позже принимали другие члены группы.

        Van Morrison - lead vocals
        Ronnie Milling - drums (1963 - 65)
        John McAuley - drums (1965 - 66)
        Billy Harrison - guitar
        Jackie McAuley - keyboards (1963 - 65)
        Peter Bardens - keyboards (1966)
        Alan Henderson - bass guitar

allmusic.com
Them were a formidable, popular group in their own right 

before singer Van Morrison went on to even greater fame.
This Belfast five only produced two LPs and a potful of 7" singles during its ascendance in the molten heat of the British Invasion. But they did manage two Top 40 hits in America in 1965 (the enduring number 24 "Here Comes the Night," later covered glam-style by David Bowie on Pin Ups, and number 33 "Mystic Eyes") and two Top Ten hits that same year in their native Britain ("Here Comes the Night" and a cover of Joe Williams' "Baby Please Don't Go").
And is there a single bar band in America that doesn't play "Gloria," shouting "G-L-O-R-I-A" just like the 19-year-old Morrison in 1964? Moreover, the group's West Coast U.S. tour of arenas like the Fillmore in the spring of 1966 had the Ulster youths commanding bills that included such admiring support groups as the Doors, Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band, the Grass Roots, and the Association.
At one of them, Frank Zappa even joined them on-stage. Clearly, Them's tough, heavily American blues captivated, a direct result of the vicious voice of Morrison. It was even more a weapon on this tougher-sounding material than it's been since he became a solo star.
Although the band chose songs to cover by John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Reed (twice), T-Bone Walker, Ray Charles, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, and Fats Domino, as seen here (as well as others by Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, and Bobby Troup), the real precedent for the white-hot, gnashing growl in Morrison's teenage voice was Howlin' Wolf. Here's a red-throated snarl not even other great '60s English white soul singers -- such as the Small Faces' Steve Marriott or the singer for the Action -- could match, one even more unsettling than the Animals' Eric Burdon.
Talk about making the hairs on your neck stand up! It's actually a pity, then, that Them relied so heavily on others' material (as did everyone else circa 1964), for the two dozen originals stand up well.
In addition to "Gloria," Morrison was well on the road to his later genius when he penned "Could You, Would You" and "Hey Girl."
True, his material could stand to rock & roll more, just as the Yardbirds held fast to Chicago blues but made their beat stomp.
 But still he comes on like some swamp-dwelling, moonshine-drinking, big man on the prowl. Them were raw and ready, and digitally brought back kicking and screaming from the original analogue master tapes, they are an eerie thing of bluesy beauty.                  ~ by Jack Rabid


 ♪  DISC ONE: 

1. The Story of Them parts 1 & 2 - 7.18
2. Don't Start Crying Now -2.03
3. Gloria-2.35
4. Philosophy -2.35
5. One Two Brown Eyes -2.34
6. Baby Please Don't Go -2 40
7. Here Comes The Night -2.46
8. All For Myself -2.47
9. One More Time Single Version (Mono) -2.48
10. Little Girl -2.47*
11. I Gave My Love A Diamond -3.02
12. Go On Home Baby -2.32
13. My Little Baby -2.00
14. Mystic Eyes -2.41
15. Don't Look Back 3.20
16. If You And I Could Be As Two -2.51
17. I Like It Like That -3.16
18. I'm Gonna Dress In Black (Version 1) -3.29
19. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 -2.22
20. Just A Little Bit -2.21
21. You Just Can't Win -2.21
22. Bright Lights, Big City -2.30
23. Baby What You Want Me To Do -3.26
    Alternate Versions:
24. I'm Gonna Dress In Black (Version 2) -3.34
25. One More Time (US Version - STEREO MIX) -2.45


 ♪  DISC TWO: 

1. How Long Baby -3.37
2. (It Won't Hurt) Half As Much -3.01
3. Something You Got -2.31
4. Call My Name -2.20
5. Turn On Your Lovelight -2.19
6. I Put A Spell On You -2.36
7. I Got A Woman -3.12
8. Out Of Sight -2.21
9. It's All Over Now Baby Blue -3 47
10. Bad Or Good -2.06
11. Hello Josephine -2.04
12. Don't You Know -2.22
13. Hey Girl -3.00
14. Bring 'em On In VERSION 1 -3.13
15. Times Gettin' Tougher Than Tough -2.12
16. Stormy Monday -2.40
17. Friday's Child -3.27
18. Richard Cory VERSION l -2.43
19. My Lonely Sad Eyes 2.28
20. I Can Only Give You Everything -2.39
21. Could You, Would You -3.08
   Alternate Versions:
22. Bring 'em On In USA MIX - VERSION 2 -3.41
23. Richard Cory (Version 2) -3.47
24. Call My Name (Version 2) -2.18

   All titles are Copyright Control.

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  • PRODUCERS NOTE
I (we) have obviously tried to gather together as many true stereo mixes as possible for this compilation, while staying clear of what was then called ''Electronic Stereo" (or pseudo stereo in the USA) but in a number of cases either the stereo mix did not exist or the existing mono version was better quality. The opening track is a case in point where the original mono mix was chosen.
The majority of first generation master mixes came from the vaults at Decca studios in London, but a great source of clean stereo mixes was found by Bill Levenson in New York. These were assembled at Mediasound
studios in December 1972 and were probably remixed there at the time from 4-traek tapes.
Times Getting Tougher1, 'Stormy Monday' and 'Friday's Child' only seem to exist in Electronic Stereo. Tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 are mono on CD 1, as are all the tracks on CD 2 except 2. 3, 23 and the above mentioned 15. 16 and 17.
For the interest of audiophiles, much can now be done to enhance and repair the sonic quality of tapes with P.C. based digital tools. For example, the piano introduction to 'Route 66' was originally recorded with distortion but is now almost clean, and the introductions to 'Bring 'em On In' and 'Richard Cory' are now clear of the loud tape and amplifier hiss that spoiled previous releases.
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Исполнитель: Varius Artist
Альбом: Buy Chiswick Records (Limited Edition)
Original Chiswick Recordings
Ⓟ 1980 CHISWICK Records
Manufactured & Markedet by RCA BV.
Made in the Netherlands.
Catalog#: CHISLP-750
Format: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Cover: JPG, 400 dpi - Full Scan
All Time: 00:49:30






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CHISWICK RECORDS was the first of the new wave of British independent labels that have so successfully challenged the monopoly of the major record cos. over the last few years and helped change the face of the record business so radically. Started in 1975, two years before the punk explosion, CHISWICK was originally conceived as an oldies label and was launched with a 4 track E.P. of hot & sweaty 60's ' style R&B from the Count Bishops. Without actually setting the charts alight in many ways it did have a profound effect on the 'do it yourself attitude that developed over the next 18 months, spawning a host of independent labels and the back to basics approach of the punk movement. In early 76 followed the second release in the shape of the genuine 50s rock & roll reissue "Brand New Cadillac" by Vince Taylor. This was subsequently covered by The Clash in 1980 and coincidentaily the third CHISWICK single "Keys To Your Heart" featured the vinyl debut of mr. Joe Strummer fronting The 101ers, one of the bands who bridged the gap between the 'pub rock' scene & the impending new wave outburst. Though frequently regarded as a punk/new wave label CHISWICK'S output has consistently covered a wide range of musical styles, as evidenced by the album you are now holding. The first CHISWICK chart success was in fact Motorhead pre-empting the current heavy metal revival by three years. Radio Stars produced the second U.K. chart success with 'Nervous Wreck', unashamed 'power pop' before it was invented. Rocky Sharpe & The Replays provided the first international success with Rama Lama Ding Dong', a great piece of nonsense rock & roll doo wop and Sniff 'N'The Tears went one stage further providing the first CHISWICK U.S. top twenty hit with 'Drivers Seat'.
And so to the present day when the record business is suffering the worst recession in years & CHISWICK have just signed two exciting new acts in the shape of Tony Koklin, with his 'off the wall' pop & Albania and their 'new musik with roots' - original to say the least. If you have bought CHISWICK records in the past then you may think you know what to expect, buy "BUY CHISWICK RECORDS" and be surprised. If you have never heard of CHISWICK records then buy "BUY CHISWICK RECORDS" and be even more surprised - cheap at twice the price.

 ♪   SIDE ONE:

1. RADIO STARS - BUY CHISWICK RECORDS (M. Gordon)
    Touching tribute to their record label from 
    the Radio Stars off their first LP- "Songs For Swinging Lovers"
2. SNIFF'N' THE TEARS - DRIVER'S SEAT (P. Roberts)
    International smash with class from the first Sniff 'N' The Tears LP: 
    'Fickle Heart" This album contains the long 12" version previously unreleased.
3. WHIRLWIND - HEAVEN KNOWS ' (B. Holliday, T. Doherty)
    Rock and Roll for the 80s off the "Midnight Blue" LP
4. THE RADIATORS - THE DANCING YEARS (P Chevron, J. Crashe, P. Holidai)
    High Pop and state of the art production. 
    Not yet on LP but in die meantime check out "Ghostown"
5. THE BISHOPS - I WANT CANDY (Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer, Berns)
    Musical express train-play loud. Off "Crosscuts' LP
6.THE TEXTONES - I CAN'T FIGHT IT (T. Petty)
    Tom Petty song from 2 girl 2 boy L.A. group 
    whom you will hear more of in the futuie.
7. THE DAMNED - WHITE RABBIT (G. Slick)
    Released in Germany & France only as a single. 
    Is Capt. Sensible the first guitar hero of the 80s.

 ♪   SIDE TWO:

1. ROCKY SHARPE & THE REPLAYS - YOU'RE THE ONE (P. Clarck, T. Hatch, G. Aber)
    60's Brit pop song first recorded by Petula Clark. 
    50's American sound for the 80s Off the 'Rock It To Mars" LP
2. SNIFF 'N' THE TEARS - 5 & ZERO (P. Roberts)
    Sophistication with an edge. Not such easy listening as might appear. 
    Off the second Sniff 'N' The Tears LP: "The Game's Up".
3. TONYKOKLIN - EASY STREET (T. Coughlan)
    Not the new Graham Parker or Elvis Costello but the first Tony Koklin.
    From the LP: "On Pop"
4. RED BEANS & RICE - THAT DRIVING BEAT (W. Mitchel)
    Real soul from a Welsh group. Forget all the rest THIS is the BEST.
5. LEE KRISTOFFERSON - NIGHT OF THE WEREWOLF (J Wagstaff, A. Bedwell)
    Hank Marvin with fangs-a tribute to Transylvania One off from 
    the enigmatic Mr. Kristofferson. First and only release on Chiswick's Thrust label.
6. MOTORHEAD - MOTORHEAD (Kilmister)
    Louder and faster than anyone else The original overkill. 
    Off the first LP: "Motorhead".
7. ALBANIA - MEN IN A MILLION (Albania)
    Even in 1980 very little is known about Albania... new signing 
    to Chiswick-more will be known soon. Off the LP: "Are You All Mine?'

         ART DIRECTION: JAN H VAN UDEN (SPIRAL STUDIO)


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пятница, 2 сентября 2011 г.

The Count Bishops - Discography 1975-1979


1975 Speedball Plus 11 1977 Count Bishops 1977 Good Gear
1978 LIVE! 1979 Cross Cuts
Label: Chiswick Records, England
Genre: Pop/Rock, Proto-Punk, Pub Rock
Format: MP3, 320 kbps

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  The Count Bishops образовались в июле 1975 года, когда к участникам группы Chrome присоединился американский вокалист Майк Спенсер. В августе, пригласив соотечественника Джонни Гаттара, он записал с новым составом 13 треков, из которых и был набран материал Speedball EP, ставшего первым релизом Chiswick Records.
  Вскоре после выпуска (на голландском лейбле Dynamite) сингла «Train Train» и альбома Good Gear, набранного из демо-пленок, Спенсер покинул группу. Его заменил Дэйв Тайс (приглашенный также австралийцем, ударником Полом Балби). В записанном с его участием дебютном альбоме The Count Bishops (с синглом «Baby You’re Wrong») группа окончательно сформулировала творческое кредо, соединив на новом уровне двуе традиционные линии 1960-х годов: мэйнстримовскую (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones) и гаражную (The Standells, The Strangeloves).
  Остаток 1977 года Count Bishops провели в непрерывных гастролях и сформировали внушительную армию фанатов — при том, что считались уже на фоне панк-движения старомодными. Весной 1978 года они записались в клубе Roundhouse для анонсированного концертного альбома с участием шести групп Chiswick-каталога. Проект не был в полной мере реализован, но лейбл выпустил этот материал мини-альбомом Live Bishops (в двух форматах: 10- и 12-дюймовом), сократив название группы до The Bishops. С материалом этой пластинки (и новым бас-гитаристом Пэтом МакМалланом, заменившим Стива Льюиса) Count Bishops провели совместные гастроли с Motorhead, причем «металлической» аудиторией были приняты на ура.
  В 1978 году два сингла («I Take What I Want» и «I Want Candy») привели Count Bishops в телепрограмму Top of the Pops. Через несколько дней после выхода альбома Сross Cuts, работа над которым шла полтора года, Зенон де Флер разбился на мотоцикле, и вместо ожидавшегося «прорыва» случился коллапс: группа прекратила свое существование.

              Mike Spenser - Harp, Vocals
              Johnny Guitar - Guitar, Vocals
              Zenon DeFleur - Guitar
              Steve Lewins - Bass
              Paul Balbi - Drums

Biography (allmusic.com)
Although amounting to little more than a footnote in the early days of English punk rock, the Count Bishops were a fine, energetic, R&B-based band capable of kicking out a fierce racket of noise that sounded like a grimier version of seminal British R&B revivalists Dr. Feelgood. Originally fronted by journeyman American singer Mike Spencer, the Count Bishops' 1975 debut EP, Speedball, released on Ted Carroll's wonderful Chiswick Records, was a straight-ahead slice of R&B that featured the spooky, exhilarating "Train, Train." Surprisingly, the band unceremoniously dumped Spencer and recorded their self-titled debut with fellow Englishman Dave Tice, who had a voice so gruff it sounded as though he gargled with ground glass. A ripsnorting live record followed (by this time they had dropped "Count" from their name), but it was clear that the band was simply treading water. By 1979, the thoroughly mediocre Cross Cuts was released to public apathy, guitarist Zenon de Fleur was killed in a car wreck, and lead guitarist Johnny Guitar hooked up with Dr. Feelgood. The Bishops called it a career.   - John Dougan


1975 Speedball Plus 11

  Tracklist:

1. Route 66 (Troup) - 2:57
2. I Ain't Got You (Carter, Carter) - 1:50
3. Beautiful Delilah (Berry) - 2:08
4. Teenage Letter (Richard) - 2:25
5. Cry to Me (Russell) - 3:40
6. Buzz Me Babe (Moore, West) - 2:55
7. Sweet Little Sixteen (Berry) - 2:47
8. Honey I Need (Button, Smithling, Taylor) -2:11
9. Carol (Berry) - 2:37
10. Don't Start Crying Now (Moore, West) - 2:02
11. Mercy Mercy (Covay, Miller) - 3:00
12. Reelin' and Rockin' (Berry) - 3:14
13. Down the Road a Piece (Raye) - 2:49
14. I'm a Man (Diddley) - 3:42
15. I Want Candy  - 3:13
 (Berns, Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer)

1977 Count Bishops 


  Tracklist:

1. I Need You - 2:19
2. Stay Free - 3:04
3. Down In The Bottom - 2:47
4. Talk To You - 3:38
5. Shake Your Moneymaker - 2:27
6. Down The Road A Piece - 2:46
7. Baby You're Wrong - 2:41
8. Don't Start Crying Now - 2:01
9. Someone's Got My Number - 2:31
10. Good Guys Don't Wear White - 2:42
11. You're In My Way - 3:04
12. Taste And Try - 2:29


  1977 Good Gear


  Tracklist:

1. Dont' Start Crying Now - 2:05
2. Shake - 2:08
3. Walkin' The Dog - 3:40
4. Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head
      Kicked In Tonight - 2:51
5. I Want Candy - 3:26
6. Wang Dang Doodle - 5:38
7. Dear Dad - 1:44
8. Confessin' The Blues - 3:25
9. Little By Little - 2:45
10. Carol - 2:35
11. Johnny B Goode - 2:00
12. Dust My Blues - 2:55
13. Shake Your Moneymaker - 2:38
1978 The Bishops LIVE!  

   
 ♪ Tracklist:
 
1. Too Much, Too Soon - 2:41
2. Till The End Of The Day - 2:06
3. Taking It Easy - 3:01
4. Train, Train - 3:19
5. Someone's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked 
      In Tonight - 2:38
6. Sometimes Good Guys Don't 
      Wear White - 2:37
7. Don't Start Me Talking - 2:25
8. Baby You're Wrong - 2:29
9. I Don't Like It - 2:05
10. (I Want) Candy - 3:42


 
1979 Cross Cuts

  Tracklist:

1. I Take What I Want (Hayes, Hodges) 2:39
2. Could You Would You (Morrison) 3:09
3. What's Your Number (Tice) 2:21
4. Your Daddy Don't Mind (De Fleur, Tice) 2:18
5. Good Times (Vanda, Young) 3:21 
6. Too Much, Too Soon (Balbi, Tice) 2:30
7. Rolling Man (De Fleur) 2:57
8. I Want Candy 2:27
    (Feldman, Goldstein, Gottehrer, Russel)
9. Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked
    In Tonight (Spencer) 2:32
10. Hands On The Wheel (De Fleur, Tice) 2:25
11. Don't Start Me Talking (Williamson) 2:29
12. These Arms Of Mine (Redding) 3:17
13. No Lies (De Fleur, Tice) 2:38
14. Mr. Jones (Loudermilk) 2:03 





 На удивление дерзкие выступления группы, будучи слишком порядочной и разумной для панк-отщепенцев. Победоносные звонкие аккорды мистера Джонни Гитара и мистера Зенона Де Флера, хриплый агрессивный вокал Дэйва Тайса. Ну и конечно яркие мотивы. Если Chiswick удалось наштамповать достаточно копий, синглы должены стать большими хитами. Если их не станут крутить на радио, значит в мире определенно нет справедливости.

 

      1975 Speedball
     Chiswick Records SW1 EP

 The Bishops are exactly the sort of band we were looking for when we started this label. They have the raw energy and excitement which has been missing from so much of todays music. I'm still amazed when I think of the 5 hour session at Pathway when the band laid down 13 fantastic trax, 4 of which are included here. After listening to this E.P. I'm sure you'll agree with me that as long as there are Bands like the COUNT BISHOPS around the future of rock'N'roll is Secure.

      1. Route 66'
      2.
I Ain't Got You
      3.
Beautiful Delilah
      4.
Teenage Letter

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       1976 Train, Train
Chiswick Records S 5 Vinyl 7" 45 RPM UK

The Producer Licensed from Dynamo Records, Holland Train, Train traintrain Second 7" from the Bishops (this time a license from the Dynamite label) versus the first Lew Lewis single (some months after he had left Eddie & The Hot Rods).
 



      1. Train, Train
      2. Taking It Easy
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       1977 Baby You're Wrong
       Chiswick Records NS 12 Vinyl, 7" .UK

      1. Baby You're Wrong
      2.
Stay Free 






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       1978  I Want Candy
       Chiswick Records NS 3710, Vinyl, 6" UK

      1. I Want Candy 
      2. See That Woman






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       1979  Mr Jones
       Chiswick Records NS 3710, Vinyl, 6" UK

      1. Mr Jones
      2. Human Bean
      3. Route 66 (Live At The Roundhouse)




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