The Collage - Collage (The)

The Collage
Sounding like a groovy hybrid of The Free Design and The Mamas And The Papas, the L.A.-based COLLAGE recorded one fab LP for Smash Records, made appearances on American Bandstand, and Happening 68 and then promptly disappeared. released in January 1968, The Collage features songs penned by Curt Boettcher, Roger Nichols, The Addrisi Brothers, Price Andwalsh, and several originals by the band themselves. This first-ever CD issue of The Collage from the Original Masters includes 7 Bonus Tracks, including 4 cuts not found on the original LP. The full-colour booklet also includes rare, unpublished photos and extensive liner notes that feature the participation of original band members.
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Code: CRNOW24
Weight: 200
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The Original Album - Lookin At A Baby / Driftin / Rainy Blue Memory Day / Any Day Sa Sunny Afternoon / My Mind Sat Ease / Virginia Day’s Ragtime Memories / at Can I Go / She’s Just Laughin me / Ragged Clown / Would You Like To Go / Bonus Tracks - Hard Days (non-LP) / Leave Behind A Dream (Non-LP) / Story Of Rock N Roll (alt. Version) / Someday Man (Track Only) / Driftin (45 Version) / Virginia Day’s Rag Time Memories (45 Version)
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