Shake! - Shadows Of Knight

Released 23rd February 2009. Until now there has been a gap in the story of garage-meisters The Shadows Of Knight… but no more! At the end of 1967, having cut their most monstrous singles, ‘I Wanna Make You Mine’ and ‘Someone Like You’, they seemed to take a hiatus. This was due to the collapse of their label, Dunwich, after which the band made the most unlikely of moves, to the home of bubblegum, Super K Productions! Straight away, they came up with the breakbeat-tastic single ‘Shake!’ and a couple of mighty follow-ups including the stupendous ‘My Fire Department Needs A Fireman’. Their next, self-titled, album didn't appear until the end of 1968. A rough-hewn slice of proto-grunge with weird bubblegum trimmings, it faded into obscurity… until now
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Shake [45 Version] / My Fire Department Needs A Fireman / Run Run Billy Porter / Follow / Alone / Times & Places / I Am What I Am / Uncle Wiggley's Airship / I Wanna Make You All Mine / Shake [Revisited '69] / I'll Set You Free / Under Acoustic Control / Bluebird / Back Door Man / From Way Out To Way Under
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And Other Bits Of Material / First Edition
•    This 31 track double CD combines the very first two albums by Paper Lace plus a handful of bonus tracks from assorted singles releases
•    Features the hits "Billy Don’t Be A Hero” (No.1), "The Night Chicago Died” (No.3) and "The Black Eyed Boys” (No.11) plus the non charting "Hitchin’ A Ride” and "So What If I Am”
•    Rounds up all of the bands recordings for the Concord and Bus Stop labels
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Aleluia 1964-66
The last truly great undiscovered vocal group of the sixties...Mamas & Papas, Free Design, the Association, Harper’s Bizarre. Pominent in the first generation of the bossa nova movement; made seminal album "Os Afros Sambas” with Vinicius and Baden Powell. Worked with Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Marcos Valle. Centrepiece of this set is the 1965 album they recorded with the male Brazilian vocal group Tama Trio under the auspices of arranger Luiz Eca. It is simply a masterpiece.
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Windy: A Ruthann Friedman Songbook
Having written The Association’s ‘Windy’ while living in David Crosby’s basement, RUTHANN FRIEDMAN remained an intriguing and mysterious figure of ‘60s pop for decades. Until recently her released output consisted of a lone folk album issued in 1970. Unbelievably, many fascinating recordings she created with some of the most revered names in West Coast pop have remained locked away in the vaults… until NOW!
Featuring productions by CURT BOETTCHER, TOMMY LiPUMA, and VAN DYKE PARKS, Windy: A Ruthann Friedman Songbook contains 18 tracks from 1966-1970, focusing on Ruthann’s pop/rock efforts from this era. Musicians include RANDY NEWMAN, RON ELLIOTT of The Beau Brummels, and RUSS GIGUERE from The Association! One listen to this CD and you’ll wonder why Ruthann didn’t have more hits of the magnitude of "Windy.”
Mastered by Alan Brownstein FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES!

The full-colour booklet includes rare photos and extensive liner notes featuring the participation of Ruthann herself!

Release Date: 27/05/2013
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I’m Gonna Be Strong / Looking Thru The Eyes Of Love
Comprises two original albums, including four UK Top 10 hits: ‘I’m Gonna Be Strong’, ‘I Must Be Seeing Things’, ‘Looking Thru The Eyes Of Love’, ‘Just One Smile’ plus the LP version of ‘That Girl Belongs To Yesterday’ and bonus tracks.
Booklet features the original Musicor album sleeves and updated liner notes by Pitney authority Roger Dopson.
Superior sound quality throughout.
GENE PITNEY was one of the most prolific and successful international artists of the 1960s, releasing some twenty-five albums (plus a further dozen or so "Greatest Hits” sets) and around thirty-five singles.
In the 1990s, Sequel Records paired up Gene’s original LPs as 2-on-1s, plus bonus tracks and all mastered from first-generation tapes. Pitney himself was delighted with the results. Sadly Gene died in 2006 whilst touring the UK, by which time these 2-on-1s had long been deleted. However, thanks to RPM, these well-regarded compilations are once again available.
Released in November 1964, Gene’s fifth album It Hurts To Be In Love was retitled for the British market as I’m Gonna Be Strong after the single which was then a hit and would peak at No.2 The UK LP also included ‘I’m Gonna Find Myself A Girl’ which had been withdrawn as a single in the US and likewise omitted from It Hurts...
Similarly, when I Must Be Seeing Things was released in July 1965, its UK counterpart was titled after Gene’s latest Top 5 hit ‘Looking Thru The Eyes Of Love’. Again, there were track variations: ‘If I Never Get To Love You’ replaced ‘There’s No Living Without Your Loving’ on the UK pressing, and a UK EP included an extra in ‘The Rising Tide Of Love’. These two recordings, together with ‘Last Chance To Turn Around’ (US No.13), are included here.

Release Date: 27/05/2013


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