500 Lost Gems of the Sixties

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fun night-table reading, you just open the one up and start reading anyplace. no major revelations here, but nevertheless worth a quick look by anyone interested in these types of things.The best 500 Lost Gems of the Sixties Author Kingsley Abbott Viral Ebook The idea behind this book is simple to gather together a fantastic selection of Sixties pop releases that are not as well known as they deserve to be This book is perfect for those who enjoy collecting records or love the obscurer corners of pop history.. Kingsley Abbott Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the 500 Lost Gems of the Sixties book, this is one of the most wanted Kingsley Abbott author readers around the world. . A viral Kindle 500 Lost Gems of the Sixties The design and graphic quality of this book is something to behold, it gets 5 stars just for that. And another 5 for digging up some genuine lost 60s singles which I had never heard. And another 5 for writing about them all with humour and vast detailed knowledge.(Every time you think you know a subject fairly well, somebody comes along and shows you you’re just a beginner and you’ve been just scratching at the surface). There were a couple which weren’t on Youtube – gasp – but the rest were (note – I have been reading/consulting this book for about 2 years!) . Even such ultra-obscurities as “We Trust in a Better Way of Life” by the Poor Things and “(The Man from) The Marriage Guidance and Advice Bureau” by The Knack were there. It’s so funny to see groups beginning in 1963 as The Simon Brown Combo, then changing their name to something Mod like The Attack in 1965, then going psychedelic in 1967 with another name change, say Eternity’s Children or The 23rd Turnoff. After the 60s they’d have to change again, probably into a “heavy metal” group called Uriah Gash or something. The 500 lost gems here include buckets of great soul (Um Um Um Um Um by Major Lance, Just One Look by Doris Troy, It’s Over by Erma (sister of) Franklin, Honey Bee by Fontella Bass (has anyone else in the history of the universe been called Fontella?) …… plus girl group mania (Wow Wow Wee by The Angels, The Kind of Boy you Can’t Forget by The Raindrops) …. All the harmony stuff, the weird novelties*, the neat British groups (Wooden Spoon by The Poets), the surf & hot rod anthemsYou oughta see her on a road course or a quarter mileThis little modified Pon-Pon has got plenty of styleShe beats the gassers and the rail jobs, really drives 'em why-ee-eye-ildC'mon and turn it on, wind it up, blow it out GTO and the collapse into horribly overreaching psychedelia. It’s a story of discipline followed by indulgence terminating in decadence. From There’s a Moon Out Tonight by the Capris to Your Mind and We Belong Together by Love. STORY OF A DECADE IN TWO PICTURES :REPARATA AND THE DELRONS 1962AND 1969(Has anyone else in the history of the universe been called Reparata?)************My Last Cigarette by Sheila Hancock (1963)Under my eyes are a couple of bagsI blame it all on to a packet of fagsBut I'll give up the habit I will even yetWhen I've had just one more cigarette (cough, cough)My teeth are all yellow and so is my tongueI breathe through a kipper I call it a lungBut I'll give up the habit I will even yetWhen I've had just one more cigarette (cough, cough)I'll fling the packet away, awayFifty times in a week I sayFling the packet away awayWhen I've had just one more cigarette. (cough, cough)
Lost Gems of the Sixties Abbot, Kingsley Sep , Lost Gems of the Sixties Paperback September , by Kingsley Abbot Author . out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price New from Used from Hardcover Please retry . . Paperback Please retry . . . Hardcover Lost Gems of the Sixties by Kingsley Abbott Jan , Lost Gems of the Sixties The idea behind this book is simple to gather together a fantastic selection of Sixties pop releases that are not as well known as they deserve to be This book is perfect for those who enjoy collecting records or love the obscurer corners of pop history. LOST GEMS OF THE SIXTIES Bob Dylan ISIS Magazine Home Books New Titles LOST GEMS OF THE SIXTIES LOST GEMS OF THE SIXTIES Deliver To Clear LOST GEMS OF THE SIXTIES quantity gossip and details of singles that failed to dent the Top , but which are still worthy of inclusion in a volume such as this This book demonstrates just how much a melting pot of talent Lost Gems of The s Record Collector Magazine An inspirational compilation of rare singles When it comes to vinyl collectability and sheer musical invention the s win hands down Here Record Collector scribe Kingsley Abbot parts the curtains on lost gems thrown up on the shores of the English music scene Though the choices reflect Abbott s own preferences, he worships at a broad church that ranges from obscure beat groups such as the Lost Gems Of The Sixties book Modculture Jun , Lost Gems Of The Sixties is published by Ovolo and is available to buy for . from here A limited copies hardback edition is also available The book has its own promotional Myspace page, which can be found here And if you live in London get along to Filthy MacNastys on the th of July for the book launch starts at pm, and is free entry. Customer reviews Lost Gems of the Sixties Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Lost Gems of the Sixties at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Lost Gems Of The Sixties seasonally Lost Gems Of The Sixties By Kingsley Abbott This is a quite superb appreciation of vinylin particular the Visu ally stimulating, it makes you excited about the classic period of the and want to hold and play the Lost Gems No other book exists that brings the decades music alive so well and tells anyone interested in it s music what many like me found along the way but

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  1. The design and graphic quality of this book is something to behold, it gets 5 stars just for that And another 5 for digging up some genuine lost 60s singles which I had never heard And another 5 for writing about them all with humour and vast detailed knowledge Every time you think you know a subject fairly well, somebody comes along and shows you you re just a beginner and you ve been just scratching at the surface There were a couple which weren t on Youtube gasp but the rest were note I have [...]


  2. fun night table reading, you just open the one up and start reading anyplace no major revelations here, but nevertheless worth a quick look by anyone interested in these types of things.


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