Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Team Dokus - Tales From The Underground (1971)

Essentially a concept album based on the theme of nuclear destruction it relates the tale of World War 3 and life after a nuclear holocaust. The music is lightish progressive rock with the opener, Fifty Million Megaton Sunset, the highlight musically and lyrically. This cut had previously been included on Psychedelic Salvage Co. Vol. 2 (LP & CD) and both Psychedelia, Vol. 3 (LP) and Hen's Teeth, Vol. 3 (CD) include the un-abbreviated version. Side one closes with another gem, the doom-laden, gently flowing and melancholic On The Way Down. Side two opens with Visions, a pretty standard progressive rock offering, but Tomorrow May Not Come, which had previously got an airing on Psychedelic Salvage Co. Vol. 1 (LP & CD), has some good extended instrumental pieces and Big Red Beast featured some promising guitar and vocals, but the other real gem was Feel Your Fire, a very effective blend of vocals, catchy drumming, guitar and keyboards which previews the finale, a reprise of Fifty Million Megaton Sunset. Recommended.
(taken from "Tapestry Of Delights")

I've got the tracks from a soulseek share a few years back. The music itself is not really my bag but it was requested and so I post it here. More information regarding Team Dokus from singer and founder member Roger Hope on the Tenth Planet/Wooden Hill website.

- 50 Million Megaton Sunset
- Night Of The Living Dead
- Here's Hoping
- On The Way Down
- Visions
- Tomorrow May Not Come
- Big Red Beast
- I Can't Wait
- Feel Your Fire
- 50 Million Megaton Sunset (Reprise)

Roger "Dokus" Hope (vcls)
Fred Fry (lead gtr)
Stephen Hall (rhythm gtr)
Phil Bridle (keyb'ds)
Terry Lowe (bs)
Royston Stockley (perc)

Band origin:

1. Tales From The Underground (Tenth Planet TP 007) 1994
   [recorded 1971]

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Night Of The Living Dead

V.A. - From The House Of Lords (1986)

This was Bam Caruso's excursion through '80s UK-Psychedelic (Bam Caruso KIRI 065 / 1986). All the songs are pretty appealing with two standout tracks from "Sugar Battle" and "Black Atlas". The only downer is the weak cover of "Father's Name Is Dead", a good example how to ruin a great song.

1. Doctor - House Of Lords
2. Sugar Battle - Colliding Minds
3. Ice Doves - (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone
4. Glass Keys - Workshop Of My Mind
5. Black Atlas - Living Colours
6. Attractions - Slow Patience
7. Sleepeaters - The Last Mile
8. Time Machine - Dear Prudence
9. Wedding - Summer Evening
10. Paul Roland - Mad Elaine
11. Fading Dream - Father's Name Is Dad

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Sugar Battle - Colliding Minds

Listen to Wedding - Summer Evening

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Nazz - Nazz From Philadelphia
[+ Woody's Truck Stop] (1966-68)

This compilation of alternate takes and demo recordings contains also Todd Rundgren's early work with Woody's Truck Stop which is much more better than the disappointing album they did at the end of the sixties without him. This double CD was released on Air Mail Recordings in 1997.

[CD 1 – Nazz From Philadelphia]
- Hello It's Me (demo)
- Crowded (1967 demo)
- Lemming Song (acetate)
- Kicks (long version)
- Some People (demo)
- Nazz Commercials
- Open My Eyes (demo)
- Forget All About It (slow version)
- For Only One Winner (Todd vocals)
- Magic Me
- Gonna Cry Today
- Meridian Leeward (diff. version)

[CD 2 – Woody's Truck Stop 1966 Demos With Todd Rundgren]
- That's Right, You're Wrong
- Why Is It Me
- The Times Have Changed
- She Must Be Blind
- Rock Me Baby

Personnel [Nazz]:
Todd Rundgren (lead gtr) [A]
Carson van Osten (bs) [AB]
Robert 'Stewkey' Antoni (piano, vcls) [AB]
Thom Mooney (drms) [AB]
Rick Nielson (gtr) [B]
Tom Petersson (gtr) [B]

Band origin:
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania/US)

1. (A) Nazz (SGC SD 5001) 1968
2. (A) Nazz Nazz (SGC SD 5002) 1969
3. (A) Nazz III (SGC SD 5004) 1971

1. Open My Eyes/Hello It's Me (SGC 001) 1968
2. Hello It's Me/Crowded (SGC 002) 1969
3. Not Wrong Long/Under The Ice (SGC 006) 1969
4. Magic Me/Some People (SGC 009) 1969

Personnel [Woody's Truck Stop]:
Alan Miller (lead gtr, vcls, vibes, tympani) [ABCDE]
Carson van Osten (bs, vcls) [ABC]
Artie Heller (drms) [A]
Bob Rateloff (vcls, hrmnca, rhythm gtr) [ABCD]
Ken Rateloff (piano) [ABC]
Tim Moore (drms) [B]
Joe DiCarlo (drms) [CD]
Todd Rundgren (lead gtr) [CD]
Creed (bs) [D]
Ron Bogdon (bs) [E]
Mike Oberman (vcls, gtr) [E]
Bobby Radcliffe (vcls, drms, perc, hrmnca) [E]
Greg Radcliffe (gtr, vcls) [E]

Band origin:
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania/US)

1. (E) Woody's Truck Stop (Smash SRS 67111) 1969

1. (E) People Been Talkin'/Tryin'So Hard (Smash 2201) 1968

Get it here (Artwork included)

Listen to Nazz - Open My Eyes (alt. take)

Listen to Woody's Truck Stop - That's Right You're Wrong

Friday, April 18, 2008

John Bromley - Sing (1969)

John Bromley was a songwriter who Polydor encouraged to put his songs on vinyl. The album was a collection of 45s with extra tracks added. The Fleur de Lys were called in to provide the backing on some, including So Many Things, which can also be heard on Rubble Vol. 16: Glass Orchid Aftermath (LP) and Rubble Vol. 9 (CD). Despite this added dimension the album didn't sell well. He'd been with The Three People in 1966/67. He wrote Come On Down for Jackie De Shannon and This World's An Apple for the Ace Kefford Stand.
(taken from "Tapestry Of Delights")

I've got this rip from another source and tried to erase the clicks and crackles as best as possible. Originally released on Polydor (Polydor 583048 / 1969) this one should have deserved a re-issue. John Bromley was from Manchester and his work can be best compared with Bill Fay's two early seventies albums (if that helps). Often a bit too heavily orchestrated but always charming. "If You Are There With Me" was compiled on Fading Yellow #4 and "Sugar Love" find its way on Pop-in #2.

 1. Only Foolish People
 2. Melody Fayre
 3. So Many Things
 4. If You Are There With Me
 5. Sugar Love
 6. Old Time Mover
 7. What Do You Think Of Me
 8. What A Woman Does
 9. Weather Man
10. I'm Gonna Love You Till I Die
11. Natural Born Loser
12. And The Feeling Goes

John Bromley (vcls, gtr)

Additional musicians on Tracks 2/3/5-8/10
[Fleur de Lys]:
Bryn Haworth (gtr)
Malcolm "Tago" Byers (bs)
Keith Guster (drms)

Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)

1. Sing (Polydor 583048) 1969

1. What A Woman Does/My My (Polydor 56224) 1968
2. And The Feeling Goes/Sweet Little Princess
   (Polydor 56287) 1968
3. Melody Fayre/Sugar Love (Polydor 56305) 1969
4. Hold Me Woman/Weather Man (Polydor 56340) 1969
5. Kick A Tin Can/Wonderland Avenue USA
   (Atlantic 584289) 1969

Get it here

Listen to If You Are There With Me

Thursday, April 17, 2008

V.A. - Come Fly With Us...

Amazing 18 track collection of US acid/psych/punk released by Psychodelic Records (Psychodelic Psycho 003 / 2004). 15 tracks still uncompiled and nearly all with KILLER potential.

1. Tony Church & The Crusade - Love Trip
taken from the single
Love Trip/Can You Picture Yourself (Tammy 860T-1029) 1968
Line-up incl.: Anthony Churchiglia [aka Tony Church/Tony Chick] (lead vcls), Johnny Creatura (drms). Band origin: Youngstown (Ohio/US)
2. Jerry Merritt - Buffalo Grass
taken from the single
Buffalo Grass/Every Man Needs An Island (Tell International 45-370) 1967
Line-up incl.: Jerry Lee Merritt (lead gtr, vcls).
Origin: Tampico (Washington/US)
3. Wailers - You Can't Fly
taken from the single You Can't Fly/Thinking Out Loud (Bell 694) 1968
Line-up: Denny Weaver (gtr), Buck Ormsby (bs, gtr), Kent Morrill (keyb'ds, vcls), Ron Gardner (sax, piano, vcls), Dave Roland (drms, vcls).
Band origin: Tacoma (Washington/US)
4. Bobby Trend - Judy
taken from the single
Good Day/Judy (Ivanhoe 504 + Metromedia MM-203) 1970
Line-up incl.: Rudy von Ruden [aka Bobby Trend].
Origin: LaCrosse (Wisconsin/US)
5. Raves - Mother Nature
taken from the single Mister Man/Mother Nature (Smash 2088) 1967
Line-up incl.: Dave Jimenez, Michael Jimenez.
Band origin: New York City (New York)
6. Satrycon - Leave It
taken from the single Leave It/Just The Two Of Us (Moxie 202) 1969
Line-up: George "Butch" Lafferty (gtr, vcls), Larry Faust (keyb'ds, lead vcls), Sam Coco (drms, vcls). Band origin: Johnstown (Pennsylvania/US)
7. Lorey's - Goin' Downtown
taken from the single
Goin' Downtown/Ready To Go (Cathay 1202) 1969/70
Line-up: unkinown. Band origin: Sparta (Ohio/US)
8. Society - It's Really Me
taken from the single It's Really Me/Make Believe (A-B-E 1670) 1970
Line-up incl.: Bob Owsinski (keyb'ds).
Band origin: Pottsville (Pennsylvania/US)

9. Spike Drivers - Strange Mysterious Sounds
taken from the single
Strange Mysterious Sounds/Break Out The Wine (Reprise 0558) 1967
Line-up: Marycarol Brown (vcls), Sid Brown (lead gtr), Marshall Rubinoff (rhythm gtr, lead vcls), Ron Cobb (bs), Larry Cruse (drms).
Band origin: Detroit (Michigan/US)
10. Mom's Boys - Yellow Pill
taken from the V.A.-Album Freakout U.S.A.! (Sidewalk T 5901) 1967
Line-up: unknown. Band origin: California
11. Randy & The Ring - Caverns Of My Mind
taken from the single
Good Time Merry-Go-Round/Caverns Of My Mind (Tangy SS 101) 1967
Line-up incl.: Randy Schwartz, Neil Schwartz. Band origin: California
12. Evergreen Blueshoes - Maybe Someday
taken from the single
Maybe Someday/Everything's Fine Right Now (Living Legend LL-721) 1968
Line-up: Al Rosenberg (gtr), Lanny Mathijssen (gtr), Skip Battyn (bs, vcls), Ken Kleist (keyb'ds), Chester McCracken (drms).
Band origin: Los Angeles (California/US)
13. Reign - In The City
taken from the single In The City/? (South Park 445) 196?
Line-up: unknown. Band origin: US
14. Wailers - Bad Trip
taken from the album Outburst (United Artists 6557) 1966
Line-up: Neil Anderson (gtr), Buck Ormsby (bs, gtr), Kent Morrill (keyb'ds, vcls), Ron Gardner (sax, piano, vcls), Dave Roland (drms, vcls).
Band origin: Tacoma (Washington/US)
15. Delrays - Lollipop Lady
taken from the single
Lollipop Lady/Always Something There To Remind Me (Arch 1301) 1968
Personnel incl.: Michael McDonald (vcls), Tom Bowles (gtr), Russ Bono (gtr), Rich Lang (gtr), Denny Ambry (bs), Jim Lang (sax), Don "Barney" Biever (drms). Band origin: Mascoutah (Illinois/US)
16. Wild Childs - Closer To You
taken from the single Closer To You/Love Again (Mercury 73118) 1970
Line-up: unknown. Band origin: US
17. Probable Cause - Chain Reaction
taken from the single Tailspin/Chain Reaction (GRT 17) 1969
Line-up: unknown. Band origin: Philadelphia (Pennsylvania/US)
18. D. Spade & Co - Just You And I
taken from the single Just You And I/Love In The Sun (WGW 4170) 196?
Line-up incl.: Danny Spadafora. Band origin: New Jersey

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Lorey's - Going Downtown

Listen to Delrays - Lollipop Lady

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Master's Apprentices - From Mustangs To Masters [First Year Apprentices] (1966)

Cool demos from 1966 (Mustang MCD-1 / 2004) that predates the first album of this Adelaide band. Garage enthusiasts will go crazy.

- Intro
- Route 66 (version 1)
- Little Girl
- Too Much Monkey Business
- I'm Talking About You
- Wild Wild Party
- Robbers
- Johnny B. Goode
- John St. Blues
- Around And Around
- Long Tall Shorty
- Dancing Girl
- Play With Fire
- Bright Lights, Big City
- It's Gonna Work Out Fine
- Gloria
- Not Fade Away
- I Got My Mojo Working
- Route 66 (version 2)

Personnel/Band origin/Discographie:
See here

Get it here (Artwork included)

Listen to Bright Lights, Big City

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Frumious Bandersnatch - Golden Sons Of Libra [The Studio Outtakes] (1968)

Originally from Lafayette/California they moved to San Francisco and picked up the typical sound of the city. I must confess that I'm not really into the music that "Big Brother & The Holding Company" or "Grateful Dead" did (although I respect their "Anhtems Of The Sun" and "Aoxomoxoa" albums). And now you know what's the deal here... long jammings with endless lead guitar interpretations. I think there are a lot of you out there who appreciate this record more than I do.

- Hearts To Cry • alternate version
- Chain Reaction
- Pulpit Hough
- Cheshire • full-length version
- Woodrose syrup
- Can-A-Bliss • full-length version

David Denny (lead gtr, vcls) [ACDEF]
Brian Hough (bs) [AB]
Jack King (drms, vcls) [ABCDEF]
George Tickner (gtr) [AB]
Kaja Doria (vcls) [B]
Bret Wilmot (lead gtr) [B]
Ross Valory (bs, vcls) [C]
Jimmy Warner (lead gtr, vcls) [CD]
Bob Winkelman (gtr, vcls, bs) [CDEF]
Jack Notestein (bs, vcls) [DE]

Band origin:
Lafayette (California) → San Francisco

1. (D) Hearts To Cry/Misty Cloudy/Cheshire
   (Muggles Gramophone Works FB-A/B) 1968

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Hearts To Cry [alternate version]

V.A. - Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 1-5

These compilations were rarely seen and I believe they were rather CD-R's than official releases. I have once downloaded all volumes at soulseek. What makes this series so exciting is the fact that most of the tracks were compiled here for the first time (at the moment of their release for sure). So if Psychedelic or Freakbeat from Great Britain is your bag you should give all five volumes a listen.

Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 1
(Flashback Productions FBCD01 / 2000)
1. Crocheted Doughnut Ring -
   Get Out Your Rock 'N' Roll Shoes
taken from the single
Maxine's Parlour/Get Out Your Rock 'N' Roll Shoes (Deram DM 180) 1968
Line-up: Rick Mills (vcls), Bert Pulham (gtr), George Bird (bs), John Chapel (keyb'ds), Dave Skates (drms). Band origin: Southend-on-Sea (Essex/UK)
2. Factory - Gone
taken from the single Path Through The Forest/Gone (MGM MG
M 1444) 1968
Line-up: Ian Oates (lead gtr), Jack Brand (vcls, bs), Bill MacLeod (drms).
Band origin: London
3. Movement - Head For The Sun

taken from the single
Head For The Sun/Mister Mann (Big T BIG 112) 1968
Line-up: John Farrell (vcls), Dave Kearney (lead gtr), Moose [real name Eddie Creighton] (rhythm gtr), Pat Quigley (bs), Alan Thunder (drms).
Band origin: Dublin (Ireland)
4. Leviathan - Second Produc
taken from the single
Remember The Times/Second Production (Elektra EKSN 45052) 1969
Line-up: Stuart Hobday (vcls), Brian Bennett (lead gtr), Roger McCabe (bs), Gary 'Roscoe' Murphy (drms). Band origin: Brighton (Sussex/UK)
5. Nashville Teens - Ex Kay One Lx

taken from the album
The Nashville Teens (New W
orld NW 6002) 1972 [rec. 1967]
Line-up: Arthur Sharp (vcls), Ray Phillips (vcls), John Allen (gtr), Pete Shannon (bs), John Hawkens (piano), Roger Groom (drms).
Band origin: Weybridge (Surrey/UK)
6. Dave Clark Five - Concentration Baby

taken from the single

Everybody Knows/Concentration Baby (Columbia DB 8286) 1967
Line-up: Lenny Davidson (gtr, vcls), Rick Huxley (bs), Mike Smith (keyb'ds, vcls), Denny Payton (sax), Dave Clark (drms). Band origin: London
7. Paul Jones - The Dog Presides

taken from the single
And The Sun Will Shine/The Dog Presides (Columbia DB 8379) 1968
Line-up incl.: Paul Jones (vcls). Origin: London

8. Freedom - Where Wll You Be Tonight

taken from the single
Where Will You Be Tonight/Trying To Get A Glimpse Of You
(Mercury MF 1033) 1968

Line-up: Ray Royer (lead gtr), Steve Shirley (bs, lead vcls), Bobby Harrison (drms, vcls), Robin Lumsden (keyb'ds). Band origin: London
9. Excelsior Spring - It

taken from the single Happy
Miranda/It (Instant IN 002) 1968
Line-up incl.: Peter Ker (lead gtr, flute), Mike Finesilver (bs).
Band origin: London
10. Pandamonium - Fly With Me Forever

taken from the single
Chocolate Buster Dan/Fly With Me Forever (CBS 3451) 1968
Line-up: Bob Ponton (vcls, lead gtr, rhythm gtr, ukulele), Martin Curtis (rhythm gtr, bs, drms, vcls), Mick Glass (bs), Malcolm Brown (organ, piano), Steve Chapman (drms). Band origin: Gravesend (Kent/UK)
11. Fresh Windows - Summer Sun Shines

taken from the single
Summer Sun Shines/Fashion
Conscious (Fontana TF 839) 1967
Line-up: unknown. Band origin: UK
12. Jon - Is It Love

taken from the single Is It Love?/Sing Out (Columbia DB 8249) 1967
Line-up incl.: Stuart Cowell (lead gtr), Tony Thierney (bs), Jim Toomey (drms). Band origin: London
13. Aphrodite's Child - Magic Mirror

taken from the single I Want To Live/Magic Mirror (Mercury L 132505) 1969
Line-up: Demis Roussos (lead vcls, bs, organ, bouzouki, trumpet), Vangelis O. Papathanassiou (keyb'ds, flute, perc, vibes), Lucas Sideras (drms, vcls).
Band origin: Athens (Greece)

14. Neo Maya - I Won't Hurt You

taken from the single I Won't Hu
rt You/U.F.O (Pye 7N 17371) 1967
Line-up: Graham Carter-Dimmock (gtr, vcls), Alan Clark (gtr), Roger Glover (bs), Sheila Carter-Dimmock (organ, vcls), Clem Cattini (drms).
Band origin: Harrow (Middlesex/UK)
15. Sleepy - Love's Immortal Fire

taken from the single
Love's Immortal Fire/Is It Really The Same (CBS 3592) 1968
Personnel: John "Sleepy" Redfurn (vcls, keyb'ds), Rodney Hill (gtr), Dave Forster (vcls, bs), Michael "Mick" Fowler (vcls, keyb’ds), John Deakin (sax), Ian Wallace (drms), Jon Anderson (vcls).
Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
16. Soft Machine - Feelin' Reelin' Squeelin'

taken from the single
Love Makes Sweet Music/Feelin' Reelin' Squealin' (Polydor BM 56151) 1967
Line-up: Daevid Allen (gtr), Larry Nolan (gtr), Kevin Ayers (bs, vcls), Mike Ratledge (keyb'ds), Robert Wyatt (drms, vcls).
Band origin: Canterbury (Kent/
17. Beatstalkers - Little Boy

taken from the single When I'm Five/Little Boy (CBS 3936) 1969
Line-up: Davie Lennox (vcls, hrmnca), Ronnie Smith (gtr, vcls), Alan Mair (bs), Eddie Campbell (organ), Jeff Allen (drms).
Band origin: Glasgow (Scotland)
. End - Loving Sacred Loving
taken from the single
Shades Of Orange/Loving, Sacred Loving (Decca F 22750) 1968
Line-up: Terry Taylor (lead gtr, vcls), Colin Griffin (gtr, vcls), Dave Brown (bs, vcls), Nick Graham (keybd's, vcls), Hugh Attwool (drms).
Band origin: London
19. Turquoise - 53 Summer Street

taken from the single
53 Summer Street/Tales Of Flossie Fillet (Decca F 12756) 1968
Line-up: Jeff Peters [aka Gus Peters] (lead gtr, lead vcls piano), Geoff Smith [aka Geoff Syrett] (rhythm gtr), Vic Hicks [aka Vic Jansen] (bs), Ewan Primrose [aka Ewan Stephens] (drms). Band origin: London
20. Koobas - Gypsy Fred

taken from the single Gypsy Fred/City Girl (Columbia DB 8187) 1967
Line-up: Roy Morris (lead gtr, vcls), Stu Leatherwood (rhythm gtr, vcls), Keith Ellis (bs, vcls), Tony O'Reilly (drms).
Band origin: Liverpool (Merseyside/UK)
21. Episode Six - I Can See Through You

taken from the single

I Can See Through You/When I Fall In Love (Pye 7N 17376) 1967
Line-up: Ian Gillan (vcls), Tony Lander (lead gtr), Graham Carter-Dimmock (gtr, vcls), Roger Glover (bs), Sheila Carter-Dimmock (organ, vcls), John Kerrison (drms). Band origin: Harrow (Middlesex/UK)
22. Blossom Toes - Postcard

taken from the single
Postcard/Everyone's Leaving Me Now (Mar
malade 598012) 1968
Line-up: Brian Godding (gtr, vcls, keyb'ds), Jim Cregan (gtr, vcls), Brian Belshaw (bs, vcls), Poli Palmer (drms, keyb'ds, vibes, flute).
Band origin: London

Get Vol. 1 here

Listen to Koobas - Gypsy Fred

Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 2
(Flashback Productions FBCD02 / 2000)
1. Magic Mixture - So Sad

taken from the album
This Is The Magic Mixture (Saga FID 2125) 1968
Line-up: Jim Thomas (gtr, vcls), Melvyn Hacker (bs), Stan Curtis (organ), Jack Collins [aka Jack McCullouch] (drms). Band origin: London
2. Balls - Fight For My Country

taken from the single
Fight For My Country/Janie Slow Down (Wizard WIZ 101) 1971
Personnel: Trevor Burton (vcls, gtr), Steve Gibbons (vcls, hrmnca), Denny Laine (bs, vcls), Mike Kellie (drms), Richard Tandy (keyb'ds), Alan White (drms), Dave Morgan (bs), Keith Smart (drms), Jackie Lomax (gtr, vcls).
Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
3. Village - Long Time Coming

taken from the single
Man In The Moon/Long Time Coming (Head HDS 4002) 1969
Line-up: Pete Bardens (keyb'ds, vcls), Bruce Thomas (bs), George Butler (drms). Band origin: London
4. Bulldog Breed - Friday Hill

taken from the album Made In England (Deram Nova (S)DN 5) 1969
Line-up: Rob Hunt (vcls, drms, flute), Rod Harrison (lead gtr), Keith Cross (gtr), Bernie Jinks (bs), Louie Farrell (drms). Band origin: London
5. Nashville Teens - Widdicombe Fair

See Vol. 1/Track 5
6. Cat's Eyes - The Loser

taken from the single The Loser/Circus (MCA MK 5028) 1970
Line-up incl.: William Filby (vcls), Roger Banning.
Band origin: Evesham (Worcestershire/UK)
7. Nicols - She Had A Name To Find Out

taken from the single
Gotta Go/She Had A Name To Find Out (Philips 336024 JF) 1969
Line-up: Cees Hoogerheide (vcls), Herman Ansink (gtr), Eddy Koetsier (bs), Harry Koetsier (drms). Band origin: The Hague (Zuid Holland/Netherlands)
8. Cuby & The Blizzards - Window Of My Eyes

taken from the single
Window Of My Eyes/Checking Up On My Baby (Philips JF 334 543) 1968
Line-up: Harry Muskee (vcls, hrmnca), Eelco Gelling (lead gtr), Jaap van Eik (bs), Herman Brood (piano), Dick Beekman (drms).
Band origin: Grollo (Drente/Netherlands)
9. Tony Meehan - Hooker Street

taken from the single
Darkness Of My Life/Hooker Street (Marmalade 598016) 1969
[A-Side by Keith Meehan]
Line-up incl.: Tony Meehan (drms). Origin: London
10. Griffin - I Am The Noise In Your Head

taken from the single
I Am The Noise In Your Head/Don't You Know (Bell BLL 1075) 1969
Line-up: Graham Bell (vcls), Pete Kirtley (gtr), Colin Gibson (bs), Kenny Craddock (organ), Alan White (drms). Band origin: London
11. Leviathan - The War Machine

taken from the single The War Machine/Time (Elektra EKSN 45057) 1969
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 1/Track 4
12. New York Public Library - Which Way To Go

taken from the single
Love Me Two Times/Which Way To Go (MCA MU 1045) 1968
Line-up: Brian Parish [aka Brian Morris] (gtr, vcls), Terry Stokes (lead gtr), Dave Bower (gtr), Paul Servis (bs), Topper Clay (drms).
Band origin: Leeds (Yorkshire/UK)
13. Lace - The Nun

taken from the single People People/The Nun (Columbia DB 8499) 1968
Line-up: Tony Sinclair (lead gtr), Roni Douglas (gtr, vcls), John Lawson (bs), Lloyd Courtenay (drms). Band origin: London
14. Tower - In Your Life

taken from the single In Your Life/Slow Motion Mind (Decca AT 10364) 1968
Personnel: Boudewijn de Groot (vcls, gtr), Eelco Gelling (gtr), Herman Deinum (bs), Kees Kranenburg (drms).
Band origin: Amsterdam (Noord Holland/Netherlands)
15. Nite People - Morning Sun

taken from the single Morning Sun/Weird And Funny (Fontana TF 919) 1968
Line-up: Jimmy Warwick (vcls, gtr), Martin Clarke (bs), Barry Curtis (organ), Patrick Bell (sax, flute), Christopher Ferguson (drms).
Band origin: Southampton (Hampshire/UK)
16. Orange Bicycle - Last Cloud Home

taken from the single
Last Cloud Home/Tonight I'll Be Staying Here (Parlophone R 5789) 1969
Line-up: Robert J. Scales [aka Robb Storme] (vcls, gtr), Gary Hooper [aka Gary Peterson] (lead gtr, keyb'ds), John Bachini (bs), Wilson Malone (drms, keyb'ds, vcls). Band origin: London
17. Revolver - Imaginations

taken from the single Frisco Annie/Imaginations (Youngblood YB 1006) 1969
Line-up: Dan Conway (vcls, lead gtr), Chris Sparkes (gtr), Alan Appleby (bs), Alistair Benson (keyb'ds), Chris Cooke (drms).
Band origin: Wolverhampton (West Midlands/UK)
18. Heavy Jelly - I Keep Singing That Same Old Song

taken from the single
I Keep Singing That Same Old Song/Blue (Island WIP 6049) 1968
Line-up: Graham Bell (vcls, gtr, piano), John Turnbull (lead gtr, vcls, piano), Colin Gibson (bs), Micky Gallagher (keyb'ds, vcls, gtr), Paul Nichols (drms). Band origin: London
19. Mooche - Seen Through A Light

taken from the single
Hot Smoke And Sassafras/Seen Through A Light (Pye 7N 17735) 1969
Line-up: Ian Pearce (lead gtr, vcls), Dave Soars (bs, vcls), Brian 'Spud' Tatum (organ, lead vcls), Dave Winthorpe (sax, vcls), Jeff Dann (drms).
Band origin: Chelmsford/Sudbury (Essex/UK)
20. Ning - More Ning

taken from the single Machine/More Ning (Decca F 23114) 1971
Line-up: Derek Wilson (lead gtr), Mick Ross (bs), Jimmy Edwards (organ, vcls), James Pryal (drms). Band origin: Coventry (West Midlands/UK)

Get Vol. 2 here

Listen to Bulldog Breed - Friday Hill

Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 3
(Flashback Productions FBCD03 / 2000)
1. Beverley -
   Happy New Year
taken from the single
Happy New Year/Where The Good Times Are (Deram DM 101) 1966
Line-up incl.: Beverley Kutner [aka Beverley Martyn] (vcls).
Origin: London
2. Rokes - Ride On

taken from the single Let's Live For Today/Ride On (RCA Victor 1587) 1967
Line-up: Norman David [aka Shel Shapiro] (gtr, vcls), Johnny Charlton (gtr, vcls), Bobby Posner (bs, vcls), Mike Roger Shepstone (drms, vcls).
Band origin: London → Rome (Italy)
3. Roulettes - Junk

taken from the single The Long Cigarette/Junk (Parlophone R 5382) 1965
Line-up: Peter Thorpe (gtr), Russ Ballard (gtr, vcls), John "Mod" Rogan (bs), Robert "Bob" Henrit (drms). Band origin: London
4. Chris Andrews - Hold On

taken from the single Hold On/Easy (Decca F 22668) 1967
Line-up incl.: Chris Andrews (vcls). Origin: Romford (Essex/UK) → London
5. Julian Covey & The Machine - Sweet Bacon

taken from the single A Little Bit Hurt/Sweet Bacon (Island WIP 6009) 1967
Line-up: Julian Covey (vcls), John Moorshead (lead gtr), Johnny Spence (bs), Peter Shelly (keyb'ds, violin, trumpet, flugelhorn), Keith Webb (drms).
Band origin: London
6. Dave Clark Five - Maze Of Love

taken from the single
The Red Balloon/Maze Of Love (Columbia DB 8465) 1968
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 1/Track 6
7. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - The Sun Goes Down

taken from the single Zabadak/The Sun Goes Down (Fontana TF 873) 1967
Line-up: Dave Harman [aka Dave Dee] (vcls), Ian Amey [aka Tich] (lead gtr), John Dymond [aka Beaky] (gtr), Trevor Ward-Davies [aka Dozy] (bs), Micael Wilson [aka Mick] (drms). Band origin: Salisbury (Wiltshire/UK)
8. Leviathan - Remember The Times

See Vol. 1/Track 4
9. New York Public Library - Love Me Two Times

See Vol. 2/Track 12
10. Cat's Pyjamas - Camera Man

taken from the single Camera Man/House For Sale (Direction 58-3482) 1968
Line-up incl.: Kenny Bernard (vcls), Phil Lanzon (keyb'ds).
Band origin: London
11. Stoics - Search For The Sea

taken from the single
Earth, Fire, Air and Water/Search For The Sea (RCA Victor 1745) 1968
Line-up: James Doris (gtr, vcls), John Wynne (bs), Hugh McKenna (keyb'ds, vcls), Jack Casey (drms). Band origin: Glasgow (Scotland)
12. Syn - Flowerman

taken from the single
14 Hour Technicolour Dream/Flowerman (Deram DM 145) 1967
Line-up: Peter Banks (lead gtr, vcls), Steve Nardelli (vcls, gtr), Chris Squire (bs, vcls), Andrew Jackman (keyb'ds, vcls), Chris Allen (drms).
Band origin: London
13. Manfred Mann - You're My Girl

taken from the album As Is (Fontana (S)TL 5377) 1966
Line-up: Mike D'Abo (vcls), Tom McGuinness (lead gtr), Klaus Voormann (bs), Manfred Mann (keyb'ds), Mike Hugg (drms). Band origin: London
14. Mud - You're My Mother

taken from the single Flower Power/You're My Mother (CBS 203002) 1967
Line-up: Les Gray (vcls), Rob Davis (gtr), Ray Stiles (bs), Peter Gray (drms).
Band origin: Mitcham (Surrey/UK)
15. Loot - Whenever You're Ready

taken from the single
Whenever You're Ready/I Got What You Want (CBS 2938) 1967
Line-up: Chris Bates (lead vcls), Bruce Turner (lead gtr, vcls), Dave Wright (gtr), Jeff Glover (bs), Roger Pope (drms).
Band origin: Andover (Hampshire/UK)

16. Bunch - We're Not What We Appear To Be

taken from the single
We're Not What We Appear To Be/You Never Came Home (CBS 202506) 1967
Line-up incl.: John Sherry, P. Beckett, C. Redwood, J. Cooper.
Band origin: Bournemouth (Dorset/UK)
17. Fresh Windows - Fashion Conscious

See Vol. 1/Track 11
18. Mindbenders - My New Day And Age

taken from the single The Letter/My New Day And Age (Fontana TF 869) 1967
Line-up: Eric Stewart (gtr, vcls), Bob Lang (bs), Paul Hancox (drms).
Band origin: Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)
19. Nightriders - It's Only The Dog

taken from the single It's Only The Dog/Your Friend (Polydor 56116) 1966
Line-up: Jeff Lynne (gtr, vcls), Dave Pritchard (gtr, vcls), Greg Masters (bs, vcls), Roger Spencer (drms). Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
20. Rocking Vickers - I Don't Need Your Kind

taken from the single Dandy/I Don't Need Your Kind (CBS 202241) 1966
Line-up: Harry Feeney (vcls), Ian 'Lemmy' Kilminster (lead gtr), Steve 'Vickers' Morris (bs), Ciggy Shaw (drms).
Band origin: Blackpool (Lancashire/UK)
21. Equals - The Skies Above

taken from the single
I Get So Excited/The Skies Above (President PT 180) 1968

Line-up: Dervin Grordon (vcls), Eddy Grant (vcls, gtr), Pat Lloyd (gtr), Lincoln Gordon (bs), John Hall (drms). Band origin: London
22. Scenery - Thread Of Time

taken from the single
To Make A Man Cry/Thread Of Time (Impact 10004) 1967

Line-up: Miller Anderson (gtr), Ian Hunter (bs, vcls), John Banks (drms).
Band origin: London
23. Soft Machine - Love Makes Sweet Music

See Vol. 1/Track 16
24. John Fitch & Associates - Stoned Out Of It

taken from the single
Stoned Out Of It/Romantic Attitude (Beacon BEA 118) 1969

Line-up incl.: John H. Fitch, Jr. (gtr).
Band origin: Philadelphia (Pennsylvania/US) → London
25. V.I.P.'s - Straight Down To The Bottom

taken from the single
Straight Down To The Bottom/In A Dream (Island WIP 6005) 1967
Line-up: Luther Grosvenor (gtr, vcls), Mike Harrison (piano, hrmnca, vcls), Greg Ridley (bs), Keith Emerson (keyb'ds), Mike Kellie (drms).
Band origin: Carlisle (Cumbria/UK) → London
26. Kinetic - The Train

taken from the E.P.
Live Your Life/The Train/Sunny Cloud/Hall Of The Viking
(Disques Vogue EPL 8544) 1967

Line-up: Andy Mowbray (vcls), Bob Weston (lead gtr), Geoffrey Capper (bs), Michael Humby (organ), John Christopher Sze (drms).
Band origin: Liverpool (Merseyside/UK) → France

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Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 4
(Flashback Productions FBCD04 / 2002)
1. Dave Clark Five - Five By Five
taken from the single
Julia/Five By Five (Columbia DB 8681) 1970
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 1/Track 6
2. Barrier - Uh!

taken from the single Spot The Lights/Uh! (Philips BF 1731) 1968
Line-up: Del Dwyer (lead gtr, vcls), Alan Francis (bs, vcls), Eric Francis (vcls, keyb'ds), Alan Brooks (drms, vcls). Band origin: London
3. Epics - Henry Long

taken from the single Travelling Circus/Henry Long (CBS 3564) 1968
Line-up: Vic Elmes (lead gtr, lead vcls), Ian Jansen (gtr, vcls), Stuart Tann (bs, lead vcls), Mike Blakely (drms, vcls). Band origin: London
4. Sheridan & Price - Sometimes I Wonder

taken from the single
Somtimes I Wonder/Lightning Never Strikes Twice (Gemini GMS 009) 1970
Line-up incl.: Rick Price (gtr, bs, vcls), Mike Sheridan (vcls).
Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
5. Rainbows - New Day Dawning

taken from the single New Day Dawning/Days And Nights (CBS 4568) 1969
Line-up: Martin Cure (vcls), Roye Albrighton (lead gtr, vcls), Graham Amos (bs), Terry Leemann [aka Terry Howells] (organ), Gordon Reed (drms).
Band origin: Coventry (West Midlands/UK)
6. Countdown - Alexandrina (The Great)

taken from the single Georgia/Alexandrina [The Great] (Polydor 53110) 1968
Line-up: Jürgen Triebel (vcls, organ), Uli Wietz (lead gtr), Ulrich Reek (rhythm gtr, bs), Albert Reith (bs), Peter Meiners (drms).
Band origin: Oberhausen (North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany)
7. Sweet - The Juicer

taken from the single
All You'll Ever Get From Me/The Juicer (Parlophone R 5826) 1970
Line-up: Brian Connolly (vcls), Mick Stewart (lead gtr), Steve Priest (bs), Mick Tucker (drms, vcls). Band origin: London
8. Washington DC's - Seek And Find

taken from the single
Seek And Find/I Love Gerald Chevin The Great (CBS 202464) 1967
Line-up: Roger Saunders (vcls, lead gtr), Barry Fitzgerald (gtr), Bernie Trott (bs), Gary Lee Illingworth (keyb'ds), Glen Duke (drms).
Band origin: London
9. Young Idea - Colours Of Darkness

taken from the single
With A Little Help From My Friends/Colours Of Darkness
(Columbia DB 8205) 1967

Line-up: Tony Cox (piano, gtr, vcls), Douglas MacCrae-Brown (gtr, vcls).
Band origin: London
10. Leviathan - Just Forget Tomorrow

taken from the single
Flames/Just Forget Tomorrow (Elektra EKSN 45075) 1969

Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 1/Track 4
11. Artwoods - In The Deep End

taken from the single
What Shall I Do/In The Deep End (Parlophone R 5590) 1967
Line-up: Art Wood (vcls, hrmnca), Derek Griffiths (lead gtr), Malcolm Pool (bs), Jon Lord (keyb'ds, gtr), Colin Martin (drms).
Band origin: London
12. Blossom Toes - Telegram Tuesday

taken from the album We Are Ever So Clean (Marmalade 607001) 1967
Line-up: Brian Godding (gtr, vcls, keyb'ds), Jim Cregan (gtr, vcls), Brian Belshaw (bs, vcls), Kevin Westlake (drms). Band origin: London
13. Mindbenders - Yellow Brick Road

taken from the single
Blessed Are The Lonely/Yellow Brick Road (Fontana TF 910) 1968
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 3/Track 18
14. Searchers - Umbrella Man

taken from the single
Umbrella Man/Over The Weekend (Liberty LBF 15159) 1968
Line-up: Mike Pender (lead gtr, vcls), John McNally (gtr, vcls), Frank Allen (bs), John Blunt (drms). Band origin: Liverpool (Merseyside/UK)
15. Dragons - Heart Transplantation

taken from the single
Hello, I Love Maria/Heart Transplantation (Opp 43) 1970
Line-up: Karl Timmermann (bs, vcls), K. Krus, B. Lohmann, R. Lohmann.
Band origin: North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)
16. Nashville Teens - Last Minute

taken from the single
The Biggest Night Of Her Life/Last Minute (Decca F 12657) 1967
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 1/Track 5
17. Glass Menagerie - Do My Thing Myself

taken from the single
Do My Thing Myself/Watching The World Pass By (Polydor 56341) 1969
Line-up: Alan Kendall (lead gtr), John Medley (bs), Lou Stonebridge (vcls, organ, hrmnca), Bill Atkinson (drms). Band origin: London
18. Dry Ice - Nowhere To Go

taken from the single
Running To The Convent/Nowhere To Go (B&C CB 115) 1969
Line-up: Jeff Novac (vcls), Paul Gardner (gtr), Chris Hyrenewicz (gtr), John Gibson (bs), Terrence Sullivan (drms). Band origin: London
19. Simon Dupree & The Big Sound - I've Seen It All Before

taken from the single
Day Time, Night Time/I've Seen It All Before (Parlophone R 5594) 1967
Line-up: Derek Shulman (vcls), Phil Shulman (sax, trumpet), Ray Shulman (bs, gtr, vcls), Eric Hine (keyb'ds), Pete O'Flaherty (bs), Tony Ransley (drms). Band origin: Portsmouth (Hampshire/UK)
20. Brainbox - Down Man

taken from the single Down Man/Woman's Gone (Imperial IH 844) 1969
Line-up: Casimirz Lux (vcls), Jan Akkerman (gtr, organ, vibes), André Reynen (bs), Pierre van der Linden (drms).
Band origin: Amstedam (Noord Holland/Netherlands)
21. Carriage Company - In Your Room

taken from the single In Your Room/Feel Right (CBS 5209) 1971
Line-up: Leslie Kent (vcls), Angelo Antioco (gtr), Jan D'Haese (bs, vcls), François Philips (drms). Band origin: Brussels (Belgium)
22. Sleepy - Mrs. Bailey's Barbecue & Grill

taken from the single
Rosie Can't Fly/Mrs. Bailey's Barbecue And Grill (CBS 3838) 1968
Line-up: Jon Anderson (vcls), Rodney Hill (gtr), Dave Forster (bs, vcls), Michael Fowler (keyb'ds, vcls), John Deakin (sax), Ian Wallace (drms).
Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
23. Human Instinct - Rich Man

taken from the single The Rich Man/Illusion (Mercury MF 972) 1967
Line-up: Bill Ward (lead gtr), Dave Hartstone (gtr), Frank Hay (bs), Maurice Greer (drms). Band origin: Auckland (New Zealand)
24. John Bromley - I'm Gonna Love You 'Til I Die

taken from the album Sing (Polydor 583048) 1969
Line-up: John Bromley (vcls, gtr). Additional musicians [Fleur de Lys]: Bryn Haworth (gtr), Malcolm "Tago" Byers (bs), Keith Guster (drms).
Origin: Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)
25. Art - Room Take Away Three

taken from the single
What's That Sound [For What It's Worth]/Room Take Away Three
(Island WIP 6019) 1967

Line-up: Luther Grosvenor (gtr), Greg Ridley (bs), Mike Harrison (vcls, keyb'ds), Mike Kellie (drms). Band origin: London

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Jagged Time Lapse Vol. 5
(Flashback Productions FBCD07 / 2003)
1. Beverley -
   Where The Good Times Are
See Vol. 3/Track 1
2. Rifkin - Continental Hesitation

taken from the single
We're Not Those People Any More/Continental Hesitation
(Page One POF 071) 1968
Line-up: Rifkin [Ed Furst] (vcls, gtr, sitar), Dee Murray (bs, vcls), Colin Frechter (harpsichord, vcls), Dave Swarbrick (drms, vcls).
Band origin: London
3. Gene Latter & The Detours - My Life 'Aint Easy

taken from the single My Life Ain't Easy/Angie (Spark SRL 1015) 1968
Line-up: Gene Latter (vcls), Billy Churchill (lead gtr), Ritchie Quillan (gtr), James Carnaby (bs), Kenny Guy (drms). Band origin: London
4. Dave Berry - Latisha

taken from the single
(Do I Still Figure) In Your Life/Latisha (Decca F 12771) 1968
Line-up incl.: Dave Berry [real name David Holgate Grundy] (vcls).
Origin: Sheffield (Yorkshire/UK)
5. Paul Nicholas - Lamp Lighter

taken from the single
Reggae Like It Used To Be/Lamp Lighter (RSO 2090 185) 1976
Line-up incl.: Paul Nicholas [real name Paul Beuselinck] (vcls).
Band origin: London
6. Herman's Hermits - Moonshine Man

taken from the single Museum/Moonshine Man (Columbia DB 8235) 1967
Line-up: Peter Noone (vcls, gtr, keyb'ds), Derek Leckenby (lead gtr, vcls), Keith Hopwood (gtr, vcls), Karl Green (bs, vcls), Barry Whitwam (drms).
Band origin: Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)
7. Jethro Toe [= Jethro Tull] - Aeroplane

taken from the single Sunshine Day/Aeroplane (MGM 1384) 1968
Line-up: Ian Anderson (vcls, flute), Mick Abrahams (lead gtr, vcls), Glenn Cornick (bs), Clive Bunker (drms). Band origin: London
8. Moody Blues - Leave This Man Alone

taken from the single
Love And Beauty/Leave This Man Alone (Decca F 12670) 1967
Line-up: Justin Hayward (gtr, vcls), John Lodge (bs, vcls), Mike Pinder (keyb'ds, vcls), Ray Thomas (horns, vcls), Graeme Edge (drms).
Band origin: Birmingham (West Midlands/UK)
9. Mud - House On The Hill

taken from the single Shangri-La/House On The Hill (Philips BF 1775) 1969
Line-up: Les Gray (vcls), Rob Davis (gtr), Ray Stiles (bs), Dave Mount (drms).
Band origin: Mitcham (Surrey/UK)
10. Black Velvet - Clown

taken from the single
Peace And Love Is The Message/Clown (Beacon BEA 137) 1969
Line-up incl.: Brandis [aka Brian Clark] (vcls), Peter Nelson [aka Peter Morris] (keyb'ds), London Steel [aka Lynton Steel] (drms).
Band origin: London
11. Made In Sheffield - Right Satisfied

taken from the single Amelia Jane/Right Satisfied (Fontana TF 871) 1967
Line-up incl.: Frank Miles (gtr, keyb'ds), Chris Stainton (bs).
Band origin: Sheffield (Yorkshire/UK)
12. Legay - The Fantastic Story Of The Steam Driven Banana

taken from the single
No-One/The Fantastic Story Of The Steam Driven Banana
(Fontana TF 904) 1969

Line-up: John Knapp (gtr, keyb'ds, vcls), Robin Pizer (gtr, vcls), Rod Read (gtr, vcls), Dave McCarthy (bs), Moth Smith (drms).
Band origin: Leicester (Leicestershire/UK)
13. David McNeil - Don't Let Your Chance Go By

taken from the single
Don't Let Your Chance Go By/Space Plane (President PT 212) 1968
Line-up incl.: David McNeil (vcls). Origin: Paris (France)
14. Eire Apparent - The Clown

taken from the album Sun Rise (Buddah 203021) 1969
Line-up: Ernie Graham (gtr, vcls), Dave "Tiger" Taylor (lead gtr), Chris Stewart (bs), Dave Lutton (drms).
Band origin: Belfast (Northern Ireland) → London
15. Wallace Collection - Baby I Don't Mind

taken from the single Daydream/Baby, I Don't Mind (EMI R 5764) 1969
Line-up: Sylvain Vanholme (gtr, vcls), Christian Janssens (bs), Freddy Nieuland (drms, vcls), Marc Hérouet (keyb'ds), Raymond Vincent (violin), Jacques Namotte (cello). Band origin: Brussels (Belgium)
16. Mirage - Chicago Cottage

taken from the single
Mystery Lady/Chicago Cottage (Page One POF 078) 1968
Line-up: Pete Hynes (lead vcls), Dee Murray (lead gtr), Pat Hynes (gtr, vcls), Ray Glynn (bs), Dave Hynes (drms, vcls).
Band origin: Hertford (Hertfordshire/UK)
17. Loot - Don't Turn Around

taken from the single
Don't Turn Around/You Are My Sunshine Girl (CBS 3231) 1968
Line-up/Band origin: See Vol. 3/Track 15
18. Love Sculpture - River To Another Day

taken from the single
River To Another Day/Brand New Woman (Parlophone R 5664) 1968
Line-up: Dave Edmunds (gtr, keyb'ds, vcls), John Williams (vcls, bs, keyb'ds), Bob "Congo" Jones (drms, vcls). Band origin: Cardiff (Wales)
19. Executive - I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real)

taken from the single
I Ain't Got Nobody/To Kingdom Come (CBS 4013) 1969
Line-up incl.: Roy Carr (vcls, hrmnca, perc), Robin Dalton (keyb'ds), Steve Unwin (drms). Band origin: Blackpool (Lancashire/UK)
20. Love Affair - The Tree

taken from the album The Everlasting Love Affair (CBS 63416) 1968
Line-up: Steve Ellis (vcls), Rex Brayley (gtr), Mick Jackson (bs), Morgan Fisher (keyb'ds), Maurice Bacon (drms). Band origin: London
21. Harsh Reality - How Do You Feel

taken from the single
Tobacco Ash Sunday/How Do You Feel (Philips PB 1710) 1968
Line-up: David Jenkins (gtr, hrmnca, vcls), Mark Griffiths (gtr, bs, trumpet, vcls), Stephen Miller (bs), Alan Greed (lead vcls, keyb'ds), Roger Swallow (drms). Band origin: Stevenage (Hertfordshire/UK)
22. Hardin & York - Candlelight

taken from the single Tomorrow Today/Candlelight (Bell BLL 1064) 1969
Line-up incl.: Eddie Hardin (keyb'ds, vcls), Peter York (drms).
Band origin: London
23. Topo D. Bill - Jam

taken from the single Witchi Tai To/Jam (Charisma CB 116) 1969
Line-up incl.: "Legs" Larry Smith (drms), Roger Ruskin Spear (sax).
Band origin: London
24. Kevin Godley - To Fly Away

taken from the V.A.-Album Marmalade 100 Proof (Marmalade 643314) 1969
Line-up incl.: Kevin Godley (vcls, gtr).
Origin: Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)
25. Graham Gouldman - Chestnut

taken from the single Upstairs Downstairs/Chestnut (RCA Victor 1667) 1968
Line-up incl.: Graham Gouldman (vcls).
Origin: Manchester (Greater Manchester/UK)

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