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7 thoughts on “ Here Tis - Various - Pebbles Vol. 6 (The Roots Of Mod)

  1. Pebbles, Volume 6 is a compilation album among the LP's in the Pebbles series. Subtitled The Roots of Mod, Volume 6 is the only album in the Pebbles series that features primarily British music. The Pebbles, Volume 6 CD is not at all related to this LP; instead, the CD featuring the songs on this LP were released as English Freakbeat, Volume soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo: Garage rock, freakbeat.
  2. (NOTE- Different tracks than on PEBBLES 8 CD) "I Never Loved Her" by the Starfires is one of the most sought after garage rock singles and has brought $1, or more. This band has no relation to the band of the same name that later evolved into the Outsiders (see Pebbles, Volume 9).
  3. Various Artists: Pebbles, Vol. 10 Twenty-four mid-'60s garage favorites, none available on CD before. It's above the median standard of such compilations, including numerous better cuts from the original vinyl Pebbles series: the Leather Boy's truly strange "I'm a Leather Boy," the Clockwork Orange's Electric Prunes-influenced "Your Golden Touch," the Uncalled For's "Do Like Me," and the.
  4. Mar 04,  · 01 I'm A Leather Boy ♫ 02 Shadows ♫ 03 I Know ♫ 04 Don't Lose Your Mind ♫ 05 Visions ♫ 06 The Spider And The Fly ♫ 07 Gone Gone Gone .
  5. Jan 03,  · VARIOUS ARTISTS - Pebbles, Vol. 6: Chicago - soundtracks.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo Music Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Your name here. I might sound a little bitter about this particular PEBBLES volume, but as unenthusiastic as I may sound, this is still a garage band reissue with several good tunes not included on any other reissue (save the ESSENTIAL /5(5).
  6. Feb 29,  · The title "The Roots Of Mod" is a bit confusing, `cause the roots of mod are Jazz and early black R`n`B, but maybe the songs can be seen as the roots of many 80`s Mod-Revival groups like the Jam, The Lambrettas, The Chords, The Prisoners and others. Definitely one of the greatest Pebbles comps/5(30).
  7. While nothing here is lousy and virtually everything has the fusion of various ingredients of mod rock, British Invasion pop, soul, and early psychedelia that characterized freakbeat, there's little that's truly outstanding. Various Artists - Pebbles, Vol. 11 Subtitled: Northern California, Original '60s Punk & Psych Classics

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