Groups & Sessions 65-74 - Keith West

Groups & Sessions 65-74
Keith West is best remembered as the voice behind the legendary 'Grocer Jack' single Excerpt From A Teenage Opera, became a champion of both the pop charts and the 60's psychedelic lifestyle. Away from the pin-up-mags Keith also made a serious impression on the underground scene with Tomorrow. Keith enjoyed a wonderful and varied career, this compilation charts his progress through the 1960's and into the '70's with a remarkable collection of rare and previously unissued tracks. Ranging from Four + One, the In Crowd, with guitarist Steve Howe (who, when they became Tomorrow wrote two songs for the cult sixties thriller Blow Up, which appear here for the very first time) to both Teenage Opera Singles.
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1. TIME IS ON MY SIDE – Four + 1
2. DON'T LIE TO ME – Four + 1
4. THINGS SHE SAYS – The In Crowd
5. YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN – The In Crowd
6. I DON'T MIND – The In Crowd
7. AM I GLAD TO SEE YOU - Tomorrow
8. BLOW UP - Tomorrow
10. REVOLUTION - Tomorrow
12. SAM – Keith West
13. SHY BOY - Tomorrow
14. COLONEL BROWN - Tomorrow
15. ON A SATURDAY – Keith West
16. THE KID WAS A KILLER – Keith West
17. THE VISIT – Keith West
18. SHE – Keith West
20. POWER & THE GLORY – Keith West
21. WEST COUNTRY – Keith West
22. RIDING FOR A FALL – Keith West
23. HAVING SOMEONE – Keith West
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