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VA - The Hamburg Sound (Beatles, Beat und Grosse Freiheit)

VA - The Hamburg Sound (Beatles, Beat und Grosse Freiheit)

The Hamburg Sound
Beatles, Beat and Great Freedom

From 1960 to 1970 a music developed on the stages of the Hamburg clubs, which went around the world as Merseybeat, but was called 'The Hamburg Sound' by many participants. Of course, this simple mixture of rock 'n' roll and skiffle was originally created at the end of the 50s in the coffee bars of Soho and in the Liverpool cellars and dosshouses, where young amateur musicians disrespectfully mixed up the songs of their favourite interpreters and beat them out of their instruments with almost indomitable energy. But the young bands and their sound only got the necessary professional polish during the endless Hamburg stage weeks and months.

In 1960 The Jets came from London with Tony Sheridan on the lead guitar to the Kaiserkeller on Große Freiheit. In the following years Tony became a role model for an entire generation of musicians. The jets enthused the Hamburg youths so much with their new, wild music that the band was wooed away for the bigger Top Ten Club on the Reeperbahn. Their successors in the Kaiserkeller were the young Beatles from Liverpool, who soon moved to the Top Ten to celebrate triumphs with Sheridan and make their first recordings under the direction of Bert Kaempfert in the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle in Harburg. The old folk song My Bonnie, sung by Tony Sheridan, was recorded then, as was John Lennon's interpretation of the title Ain't She Sweet.

In the top ten, the Beatles had the most live appearances of their entire career in 1961, and soon they were the absolute darlings of the audience. Word got around on St. Pauli that there was money to be made with the new music, a lot of money.

On 13 April 1962, the Star Club was opened in the former Stern cinema of Große Freiheit 39. His owner Manfred Weissleder had succeeded in winning the stars of St. Pauli for his business: Sheridan and the Beatles. The Star-Club was also a huge success, especially since Weissleder always engaged real US stars to his local heroes, so to speak the forefathers of the new sound. The giants of Rock 'n' Roll gave each other the door handle in his club. The real pillars of his business, however, were the everyday bands that played there day in, day out to dance. Young bands from England, mainly from Liverpool, who developed their own style in the Star Club.

Nowhere else in the world was there a better 'Show Academy' than in Weissleder's 'Beatschuppen'. At least three chapels per night alternated there and could learn from each other. In addition, there was always very close contact to the US stars, who willingly revealed tricks to their students. Gene Vincent was one of the first stars to appear in Great Freedom. He performed there for weeks and fraternized with colleagues and fans, whom he also visited at home. John Lennon had himself photographed with his idol.


Some of these regular bands stayed on the Elbe for months, even years, forming the basis for the 'Hamburg Sound'. The former 'Free and Barber City' (after Chris Barber's Jazz Band, which was extremely popular in Hamburg in the fifties) finally became the 'Beat City'. Dance clubs modelled on Top Ten and the Star Club sprang up like mushrooms. Not only in Hamburg, but, parallel to the success of the Beatles, soon everywhere in Europe and around the globe.

Hamburg remained the musical centre of the world for a few years. British groups came to the Hanseatic city on suspicion in order to get as much involvement in the Star Club as possible. Only a few, however, were able to enter the professionally managed holy halls as 'side entrants'. Most of them ended up, if at all, in the many other clubs in Hamburg or in the surrounding area, in Kiel, Eckernförde, Lüneburg: There were clubs everywhere, and beat bands everywhere. Too many, now also German.

Most shops and bands were in Hamburg, and the control centre was the Star Club, where current stars were hired again and again: such different artists as Ray Charles and Jimi Hendrix, Chubby Checker and Vanilla Fudge and so on - all excellent guest lecturers for the local bands, who either soon became famous themselves or at least produced musicians again and again (like the later Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore), who would themselves gain star fame.

VA - The Hamburg Sound (Beatles, Beat und Grosse Freiheit)

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Mike Reoch & The Tremors - Complete

Mike Reoch & The Tremors  - Complete


THE TREMORS came from Scotland to Hamburg and stayed in Germany from `64 to `72. They were great on stage, but their records - an LP for Elite Special and two singles for Metronome and Fontana - are best forgotten. The Tremors´ best documented work has been spread over three LP- compilations released by Polydor in´64 and ´65. On "Beat City" we´ve found an arrangement of Jimmy Reed´s "Shame, Shame, Shame" that´s remarkably different from the better known, tough R&B-versions by The Rattles and The Shamrocks. Bandleader Mike Reoch managed to keep the group together and changed the name to Light Of Darkness in `70. The group´s eponymous album for Philips (1970) nowadays is regarded as a Krautrock classic.

Mike Reoch, along with school friend Byron Grant, journeyed from Brechin to Germany with their band in the 1960's, where they have remained, living in Hamburg since 1964.
Some locals may recall Mike's father used to own the grocers shop where the Victoria and Albert Bar now stands in Montrose Street, and Byron's mother was the owner of the Savoy in Market Street.
"We came to Germany as musicians with a band called 'The Original Tremors' which was half Aberdonian and half Brechin," said Mike.
"We made an LP in Hamburg in 1971 under a different band name and wrote the songs ourselves. Just a little while ago we received notification from a music publishing company that two of our songs have appeared in a German movie which was released recently."
The film Requiem premiered to great acclaim at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival, as well as garnering ten nominations for the German Film Awards, or Lola's.
"We found out the leading lady in the movie, Sandra Muller, won Best Actress at the German Film Festival," added Mike.
The fact-based story is about an emotionally troubled young women who undergoes an exorcism after seeking help from a Catholic priest.
After debuting in Berlin, Requiem looks set to generate plenty of theatrical, television and video interest in Europe.
After 42 years the band is still going strong all be it with some line-up changes.
"The two Aberdonians left the band in 1966," continued Mike.
"Now the members are Byron on lead guitar, myself on bass guitar, John Law of Bellshill guitar/lead singer and Manfred Bebert, a German national, on drums.
"We still call our band The Tremors but the addition being John Law thus we're now John Law and the Tremors."
Due to this recent good fortune Mike has also been making headlines in Germany.
"Since 1999 I have been driving a taxi in Hamburg as we can't make a living from the band any more, all of us being over 60," he continued.
"One day, after chatting to someone in the cab, I received a phone call asking for an interview with a German national paper, the article was titled, The comeback of a taxi driver!"


Mike Reoch & The Tremors - Die Tremors beaten an Elite 246  


Mike Reoch & The Tremors  - Complete


01 - Mockinґ Bird Hill
02 - Deep Purple
03 - I Could Have Danced All Night
04 - You Are My Sunshine
05 - Always
06 - For You
07 - Once In A While
08 - Too Young
09 - Walking My Baby Back Home
10 - When My Dreamboat Comes Home
11 - Sentimental Journey
12 - Summertime
13 - Caravan


V.A. Lp's Polydor
14 - Zip A Dee Doo Dah
15 - Shame Shame
16 - Good Golly Miss Molly
17 - What Would I Do
18 - I Saw Her Standing There
19 - Hello
20 - Sit Right Down And Cry

Mike Reoch & The Tremors  - Complete

45' Metronome
21 - Sing La-La
22 - Little Liza Jane

Mike Reoch & The Tremors  - Complete


45' Fontana
23 - Ring-A-Ding-Dong
24 - It's So Good

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The Monks - Hamburg recordings (1967)

The Monks  - Hamburg recordings (1967)



The Monks Hamburg recordings 1967

These five songs were recorded by The Monks in 1967 in Hamburg. "I'm Watching You" was recorded on February 28th at the same sessions that produced "Love Can Tame the Wild" and "He Went Down to the Sea" both of which were released as a single on Polydor in April of that year. The remaining four songs were recorded after hours in the Top Ten Club later that year, just prior to the break-up of the band. These songs have been unreleased for 50 years and are quite possibly the last music left to be heard by this legendary band.

01 - Intro
02 - I'm Watching You
03 - Julia
04 - P.O. Box 3291
05 - I Need U Shatzi
06 - Yellow Grass
07 - Intro BBB
08 - Complication BBB
09 - I Can't Get Over You BBB
10 - Cuckoo BBB
11 - Boys Are Boys And Girls Are Choice BC
12 - Monk Chant BC
13 - Oh, How To Do Now BC
14 - Monk Hop - Jason Forrest
15 - Outro

The Monks are Gary Burger, Dave Havlicek, Roger Johnston, Eddie Shaw & Larry Spangler.
All songs written by Burger - Havlicek - Johnston - Shaw - Spangler 
"I'm Watching You" recorded February 28th, 1967 at a forgotten Hamburg studio.
Recorded by Rick Barnes at the Top Ten Club, Hamburg, Summer 1967.

© & © 1967/2017 Gary Burger/David Havlicek/Roger Johnston/Thomas Shaw/Larry Spangler 


The Top Ten Club, where we recorded after 3:00 a.m.; after playing onstage from 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. was the same club The Beatles played when they first came to Hamburg. The Beatles went from the Top Ten to the "Star Club" which was around the corner. It was an old movie theater, and was never full.

The Top Ten Club was packed every night of the week and there were two different factions of people in front of us when we played. The Beatles people, some of them well known, like Tony Sheridan (My Bonnie), Astrid (a well known Beatles girlfriend) and other Beatles' girlfriends. They hated us. Sheridan liked to get drunk and stand on the dance floor, at the edge of the stage, directly in front of Dave. He liked to yell and hurl insults. He got attention from the audience by making fun of Dave; swinging his arms and hands the same way Dave did when he played the banjo. And he would shout, "You fucking monkeys! You're nothing! We Brits own rock and roll now!" It really bothered Dave.

It didn't bother me, I always laughed at Sheridan and tried to tell Dave, "Relax! He's making us look good." After a week or two, the first time we played at the Top Ten, (believe it or not) we had a bigger following than the Beatles did. During our very first nights there, the audience looked shocked and confused. In time they became very happy, and we were invited back four times, a month each time. Our last month there we recorded the songs you have. Unexpectedly our break-up came a month or two later. Hamburg's Reeperbahn was a wide open place. These songs were played on stage every night. Not as radical as other Monk songs, they seemed to soothe the Beatle fans. Our managers didn't like us playing this style of music. At this point we began to argue about what we wanted to do - some of us wanting to play more conventional rock and roll. And of course, it wasn't who the Monks really were.

Sometimes we would play the Beatles' song, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," and our fans would sarcastically sing along, "I want to fuck your hand ... I want to fuck your ha-a-a-and!" This would drive the Beatle bunch crazy. They hated it. I always thought it was funny, but what hell, the Beatles became princes. We didn't. So what!

Hamburg was rock music's equivalent of New Orleans - as New Orleans was once America's "birthplace" of jazz. Some people claim Hamburg was the actual birthplace of the British Invasion. Lots of British Invasion guys came through there, and they say (like George Harrison) that's where they got their chops. In the 1960s, there were lots of opportunity for Beat Musicians in Germany. Playing six hours a night (eight hours on Sundays) seven nights a week, every month - that's where we got our chops. We had three nights off, the first year and a half we played this club circuit. Some clubs required 4 to 6 (matinees) hours onstage each night - some clubs 6 to 8 hours onstage each night. The Top Ten Club was easy because there were two bands who played alternate hours every night. Isabelle Bond was the in-house female singer, who performed there every month. When we first arrived, she listened to our first set: Her reaction, in a heavy Scottish accent, was "Waa-thu-fuck!"

- Eddie Shaw

The Monks  - Hamburg recordings (1967)



VA- Philips Star-Club Records 45' Singles Series


VA- Philips Star-Club Records 45' Singles Series




VA- Philips Star-Club Records 45' Singles Series
 01 - Long Tall Sally - Jerry Lee Lewis
02 - Good Golly Miss Molly - Jerry Lee Lewis
03 - Wilhelm-Tell-Twist - Sounds Inc.
04 - Leichte-Kavallerie-Twist - Sounds Inc.
05 - Sweet Nothin's - The Searchers
06 - What'd I Say - The Searchers
07 - Mashed Potatoes - The Rattles
08 - Hello - The Rattles
09 - Sweets For My Sweet - The Searchers
10 - Listen To Me - The Searchers
11 - The Boll Weavil Song - Howie Casey & The Seniors
12 - Bony Maroni - Howie Casey & The Seniors
13 - Do It Over Again - Jerry Williams & The Violents
14 - Please Forgive Me Baby - Jerry Williams & The Violents
15 - The Stomp - The Rattles
16 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah - The Rattles
17 - Bye Bye Johnny - The Rattles
18 - Sticks And Stones - The Rattles
19 - Sick And Tired - The Searchers
20 - Led In The Game - The Searchers
21 - Go To Him - The Rattles
22 - Cryin', Waitin', Hopin' - The Rattles
23 - Sweets For My Sweet - The Searchers
24 - Sweet Nothin's - The Searchers
25 - Hully Gully - The Searchers
26 - Listen To Me - The Searchers
27 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah - The Rattles
28 - The Stomp - The Rattles
29 - Baby That Is Rock And Roll - The Rattles
30 - Go To Him - The Rattles
VA- Philips Star-Club Records 45' Singles Series


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

The Star-Club was a music club in Hamburg, Germany that opened Friday 13 April 1962 and was initially operated by Manfred Weissleder and Horst Fascher. In the 1960s, many of the giants of rock music played at the club. The club closed on 31 December 1969 and the building it occupied was destroyed by a fire in 1987.

No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...
No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

It all started with the Kaiserkeller in late 1959. Restaurateur Bruno Koschmider opened the first rock 'n' roll club in Hamburg at the corner of Grosse Freiheit and Schmuckstrasse in St. Pauli.

Next door to striptease shops and rip-off bars, there were suddenly sweaty young Englishman with leather jackets and dangerous quiffs on the stage, letting the guitars rip and shouting their raucous declarations of love to Lucille, Carol, Peggy Sue and Miss Molly through their 30-watt amplifiers.

For young people at that time, the "beatniks", this club was a revelation. Since Bill Haley unleashed hall and street fights between his fans and a truncheon-swinging, tear gas-throwing police during his first German tour in 1956, adults and the press ensured that this music was almost completely suppressed. What remained were pop, jazz and so-called "Teenagermusik" - Germanised and watered down American rock songs. The only bright spot: the British Forces Broadcasting Service BFBS and Chris Howland with his "Saturday Club" in the WDR.

A little unknown band called "The Beatles"
Nevertheless, progress stood still. While the Kaiserkeller was the first club in Germany that regularly brought rock music and local stars like Tony Sheridan live to the stage, real stars like you would hear on records and on the radio did not come to Hamburg. There were just more or less unknown bands that mostly played others' hits, even the Beatles were no exception.

It was time for the Star Club...

No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...



One morning, St. Pauli awoke to bright orange posters plastered with the announcement: The hardship has ended! The era of old-fashioned music is over! On 13 April 1962, Manfred Weissleder opened his Star-Club on Grosse Freiheit and over the next seven years, lured rock greats like the Beatles, the BeeGees, Jimi Hendrix, Little Richard, James Brown, Fats Domino, Eric Burton, Lee Curtis and Jerry Lee Lewis to the middle of St. Pauli. A milieu that initially scared off many young people and even more parents.

Suit instead of leather jacket, party instead of brawl
You seldom heard of fights and angry rockers in leather jackets at the Star Club. You went to hear music. And you did so wearing a suit, tie and Nyltest shirt or high heels, lipstick and a beehive hairstyle backcombed nice and high. The only nightly problems were for those under 18. At precisely 9.50pm when the star band had finished their first set, there was an announcement over the house speaker, the moment of truth, which always brought some guests to an abrupt stop at 10.00pm. All young people under eighteen years now had to leave the Star Club. The waiters are instructed to perform an identity check. In ten minutes, the Star Club will resume with...".

The last memory of the club: a plaque
Soon, nearly one million visitors were coming each year. If you were a teenager in Hamburg, your first stop was the Star Club. Some even came from the UK, France and Scandinavia, just to spend a few nights on Grosse Freiheit. Desperate parents wrote letters and called the Star Club office to ask if their uprooted son or missing daughter had been seen. The Star Club was a little bit of freedom in a hostile world dominated by authorities, prohibitions and constraints, and everything that was fun they tried to fight and suppress. It hosted its last concert on 31 December 1969 before being taken over by a very permissive nightclub, Salambo. The building then remained vacant for a long time and was finally demolished after a fire in 1987. Today, only a plaque commemorates that legendary time.


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VA - Starclub  Singles Vol. 1-12


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1.Lee Curtis & The All Stars - Exstacy (2:51)
2.Fats Domino - Sally Was A Good Old Girl (2:11)
3.Fats Domino - What Love Is (2:29)
4.James Brown - Out Of Sight (2:18)
5.James Brown - Maybe The Last Time (2:58)
6.Jerry Lee Lewis & The Nashville Teens - High School Confidential (2:17)
7.Jerry Lee Lewis & The Nashville Teens - Lewis Boogie (1:52)
8.The Searchers - I Sure Know A Lot About Love (2:25)
9.The Searchers - Don't You Know (1:59)
10.Little Richard - Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On (2:34)
11.Little Richard - Goodnight Irene (2:49)
12.The Rattles - Geh zu ihm (2:37)
13.The Rattles - Bye, Bye, Baby (2:00)
14.The Rattles - Do Wah Diddy Diddy (2:15)
15.The Rattles - Betty Jean (2:37)
16.Lee Curtis & The All Stars - Shot Of Rhythm And Blues (2:50)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1.The Liverbirds - Shop Around (2:51)
2.The Liverbirds - It's Got To Be You (3:04)
3.Jerry Lee Lewis - High Heel Sneakers (2:48)
4.Jerry Lee Lewis - You Went Back On Your Word (2:04)
5.Fats Domino - Heartbreak Hill (2:41)
6.Fats Domino - Kansas City (2:27)
7.Millie - I Love The Way You Love (2:22)
8. Millie - Bring It On Home To Me (2:50)
9.The Rattles - Shame, Shame, Shame (2:28)
10.The Rattles - Someone Who Is Just Like You (2:06)
11.Jerry Williams & The Violents - Ready Teddy (2:03)
12.Jerry Williams & The Violents - Eldorado (2:33)
13.Ian & The Zodiacs - Take A Message To Martha (3:02)
14.Ian And The Zodiacs - Spartacus (2:19)
15.Michael & The Firebirds - Lass Sie Geh'n (2:25)
16.Michael & The Firebirds - Make Me Happy (2:12)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1.The Blizzards - Isabel (2:34)
2.The Blizzards - Zu Schon (1:56)
3.Mama Betty's Band - Die Liebesmedizin (1:57)
4.Mama Betty's Band - Wie John, Paul, George Und Ringo (2:25)
5.The Rivets - Now Decide (1:57)
6.The Rivets - Lucille (2:18)
7. he Eyes - Peanut Butter (2:14)
8.The Eyes - She (1:56)
9.The Crickets Show Band - Monkey Time (2:22)
10.The Crickets Show Band - You're No Good (2:27)
11.The Rattles - There Goes My Heart Again (2:16)
12.The Rattles - La La La (2:53)
13.Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - Game Of Love (2:09)
14.Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - Since You Been Gone (1:58)
15.Ray Charles - Makin' Whoopee part 1+2 (6:20)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. The Pretty Things - Honey I Need (2:02)
2. The Pretty Things - I Can Never Say (2:37)
3. Little Richard - It Ain't Watcha Do (2:25)
4. Little Richard - Blueberry Hill (1:52)
5. The Liverbirds - Diddley Daddy (2:45)
6. The Liverbirds - Leave all your love in the past (2:28)
7. The Maggots - Ha, ha mister froggie (2:59)
8. The Maggots - It's no good (2:47)
9. The Liverbirds - Peanut Butter (2:48)
10. The Liverbirds - Why do you hang around me (2:25)
11. The Four Renders - Under the Boardwalk (3:01)
12. The Four Renders - Long tall texan (2:20)
13. The Londoners - That's My Desire (2:36)
14. The Londoners - Bring it at home to me (2:45)
15. The German Bonds - Sonata facile (2:18)
16. The German Bonds - So mystifying (2:37)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. Team Beat Berlin - Sick and tired (2:35)
2. Team Beat Berlin - Doctor Feelgood (2:43)
3. Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - It?s just a little bit too late (2:21)
4. Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - Long Time Comin' (2:08)
5. The Pretty Things - Cry To Me (2:53)
6. The Pretty Things - Get a buzz (4:00)
7. Ian & The Zodiacs - So much in love with you (2:22)
8. Ian & The Zodiacs - All of me (2:52)
9. The Rattles - Come On And Sing (2:12)
10. The Rattles - Candy to me (2:55)
11. The Rivets - Die Welt ist voll Musik (2:03)
12. The Rivets - Komm! (1:57)
13. The Walker Brothers - Make It Easy On Yourself (3:14)
14. The Walker Brothers - But I do (2:58)
15. The Escorts - Dizzy Miss Lizzie (2:11)
16. The Escorts - C?mon home baby (2:01)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. The Rattles - Las Vegas (2:16)
2. The Rattles - Lean Jean 17 (1:58)
3. In The Family - Shame And Scandal (2:56)
4. Lee Curtis & The All Stars - Nobody But You (2:38)
5. Ian & The Zodiacs - Why Can't It Be Me (2:06)
6. Ian & The Zodiacs - Leave It To Me (2:57)
7. Team Beats Berlin - The Battle Of New Orleans (2:39)
8. Team Beat Berlin - New Orleans (3:00)
9. The Rivets - The Girls I Love (1:48)
10. The Rivets - Time For Love (2:07)
11. The Rivets - Barbara Ann (2:24)
12. The Rivets - I Got A Feeling (2:25)
13. The "In" Crowd - Sha-La-La-La-Lee (2:23)
14. The In Crowd - Old McDonald (1:53)
15. Ian & The Zodiacs - No Money, No Honey (2:21)
16. Ian & The Zodiacs - Ride Your Pony (2:48)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore (3:15)
2. The Walker Brothers - You're all around me (2:38)
3. The Phantom Brothers - Chicago (2:25)
4. The Phantom Brothers - It ain't necessarily so (2:33)
5. The Odd Persons - Hand Jive (2:28)
6. The Odd Persons - I'm Cryin' (2:44)
7. The Remo Four - Peter Gun (2:29)
8. The Remo Four - Mickey's Monkey (2:14)
9. Lee Curtis - Kelly (2:42)
10. Lee Curtis - Mohair Sam (1:55)
11. The Liverbirds - Loop di Loop (2:24)
12. The Liverbirds - Bo Diddley is a Lover (2:18)
13. The Rattles - Love Of My Life (2:42)
14. The Rattles - Say alright (2:28)
15. The Faces - Cry Cry Cry (3:01)
16. The Faces - Stay Away (2:31)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. The Pretty Things - Come See Me (2:40)
2. The Pretty Things - L.S.D. (2:26)
3. The Mindbenders - Can't Live With You (2:36)
4. The Mindbenders - One Fine Day (2:51)
5. The Merseys - Sorrow (2:16)
6. The Merseys - Some Other Day (2:20)
7. The Rivets - L.O.V.E. (2:40)
8. The Rivets - Yum Yum (2:41)
9. The Country Stars - Busted (2:03)
10. The Country Stars - My Grandfather's Clock (2:27)
11. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hideaway (2:25)
12. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Here's A Heart (3:15)
13. The Cheetahs - Russian Boat Song (2:35)
14. The Cheetahs - The Gamble (3:59)
15. The Walker Brothers - You Don't Have To Tell Me (2:28)
16. The Walker Brothers - My Love Is Growing (2:18)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. Paul Nero's Blue Sound - King Lonely The Blue (2:36)
2. Paul Nero's Blue Sound - Searchin' (2:37)
3. Pretty Things - A House In The Country (3:00)
4. Pretty Things - Me Needing You (1:58)
5. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mich & Tich - Bend It (2:33)
6. Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mich&Tich - You Make It Move (2:46)
7. King Ping - Gotta Get A Good Thing Going (2:21)
8. King Ping - Willow Tree (2:42)
9. Walker Brothers - Another Tear Falls (2:27)
10. Rattles - It Is Love (2:18)
11. Rattles - Hey Sally (2:44)
12. Ian & The Zodiacs - Na-Na-Na-Na-Na (2:21)
13. Ian&The Zodiacs - Any Day Now (3:07)
14. Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mich&Tich - Hard To Love You (2:31)
15. Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mich&Tich - No Time (2:06)
16. Walker Brother - Saturday's Child (2:07)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. The Rivets - Wade In The Water (2:26)
2. The Rivets - She Hardly Ever Calls Me Honey Anymore (2:39)
3. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Save Me (3:00)
4. Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - Shame (2:07)
5. The Pretty Things - Progress (2:41)
6. The Pretty Things - Buzz The Jerk (1:54)
7. The Remo Four - Live Like A Lady (2:35)
8. The Remo Four - Sing Halleluja (3:41)
9. The Hi-Fis - I'm A Box (2:42)
10. The Hi-Fis - No Two Ways (2:20)
11. The Walker Brothers - Deadlier Than The Male (2:31)
12. Jerry Lee Lewis - Detroit City (2:48)
13. Jerry Lee Lewis - City Lights (2:28)
14. The Walker Brothers - Turn Out The Moon (3:30)
15. The Walker Brothers - Archangel (3:42)
16. The Walker Brothers - Stay With Me Baby (3:21)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

1. Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich - Touch Me,Touch Me-1967 (2:36)
2. Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich - Marina-1967 (2:23)
3. The Rattles - Cauliflower-1967 (2:48)
4. The Rattles - I Will Always Stay Your Friend-1967 (2:41)
5. The Odd Persons - Snakes And Ladders-1967 (3:11)
6. The Odd Persons - Tread Softly For Sleepers (2:12)
7. Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich - Okay!-1967 (2:39)
8. Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich - He's A Raver-1967 (2:10)
9. The Screamers - One Way Love-1967 (2:18)
10. The Screamers - Indication-1967 (2:26)
11. The Pretty Things - Children-1967 (3:00)
12. The Pretty Things - My Time-1967 (2:58)
13. The Walker Brothers - Baby,Make It The Last time-1967 (3:09)
14. The Walker Brothers - Walking In The Rain-1967 (3:26)
15. The Rivets - The Lion (Wimoweh)-1967 (2:45)
16. The Rivets - Make Up My Mind-1967 (2:39)


No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...


1. Lee Curtis And His Allstars - Come On Down To My Boat (2:29)
2. Lee Curtis And His Allstars - Concerto For Her (2:13)
3. John Walker - Annabella (2:17)
4. Cops & Robbers - It Hurts Me So (3:20)
5. John Walker - You Don't Understand Me (2:41)
6. Spanky And Our Gang - Making Every Minute Count (2:37)
7. Spanky And Our Gang - If You Could Only Be Me (2:07)
8. The Ones - Lady Greengrass (2:43)
9. The Ones - Love Of Mine (3:05)
10. Herbert Und Birgit - Hey Jean, Hey Dean (2:33)
11. Herbert Und Birgit - Western Impression (2:18)
12. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Zabadak (3:42)
13. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Nose For Trouble (4:04)
14. Pretty Things - Death Of A Socialite (2:43)
15. Pretty Things - Photographer (2:08)
16. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - The Legend Of Xanadu (3:37)
17. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Please (3:15)
18. Cops & Robbers - Harlem Shuffle (2:59)

No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

No Less The Most Famous Club in The World...

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