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When it came to tough, snarling, mod-into-freakbeat sounds, legendary mid-Sixties act the Sorrows had few peers. Formed in Coventry, the band was signed by producer/A&R man John Schroeder to the Piccadilly label in late 1964. In the space of little more than a year, they cut a superb album as well as a clutch of menacing, thrillingly essential 45s, including the iconic Take A Heart (the band s only chart success) and its equally incendiary follow-up, You’ve Got What I Want .

Featuring a dazzling 16-page booklet that contains previously unpublished photos, new liner notes and quotes from band members Don Fardon and Wez Price, You’ve Got What I Want is nothing less than pure sonic overload from one of the most dynamic garage bands of the era…

Weight 200 kg


I Don't Wanna Be Free / Come With Me / Baby / Teenage Letter / Take A Heart / We Should Get Along Fine / You Ve Got What I Want / No, No, No, No / Let The Live Live / Don't Sing No Sad Songs For Me / Let Me In / How Love Used To Be / Pink, Purple, Yellow, Red / My Gal / Baby (1966 Re-Recording) / Gonna Find A Cave / I Take What I Want / Baby All The Time / Baby (Album Version, Stereo) / No, No, No, No (Album Version, Stereo) / Take A Heart (Album Version, Stereo) / She S Got The Action / How Love Used To Be (Album Version, Stereo) / Teenage Letter (Album Version, Stereo)/ / I Don't Wanna Be Free (Album Version, Stereo) / Don't Sing No Sad Songs For Me (Album Version,Stereo) / Cara-Lin / We Should Get Alone Fine (Album Version, Stereo) / Come With Me (Album Version, Stereo) / Let Me In (Album Version, Stereo)


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