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VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 
CD 1

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 1. Les Flash - Twistarella  (2:49)
 2. Les Flash - Preghero (Stand By Me)  (2:12)
 3. Les Flash - Ginchy  (2:31)
 4. Les Flash - Adagio D'Albinoni  (3:10)
 5. Les Flash - Prends La Caravelle  (2:19)
 6. Les Flash - Les Feuilles Mortes  (2:37)
 7. Les Flash - Le Dahu  (2:50)
 8. Les Flash - The Enchanted Sea  (2:08)
 9. Les Guitares - Galaxie  (2:19)
 10. Les Guitares - Cavalcade Siderale  (2:10)
 11. Les Guitares - Spatial Slow  (2:15)
 12. Les Guitares - Les Martiens Arrivent  (2:15)
 13. Les Guitares - Chris-Craft  (1:59)
 14. Les Guitares - Citй Sous La Mer  (2:14)
 15. Les Guitares - Globule, Le Phoque  (1:52)
 16. Les Guitares - Neptune  (1:42)
 17. Les Guitares - Aranjuez  (3:05)
 18. Les Guitares - Sixties Devotion  (2:18)
 19. Les Guitares - Distant Univers  (2:29)
 20. Les Guitares - John Watking  (2:30)

CD 2

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 1. The Krewkats - Tonight  (2:04)
 2. The Krewkats - Tuxedo Twist  (2:19)
 3. The Krewkats - Whistle Down The Wind  (2:14)
 4. The Krewkats - You Are My Sunshine  (2:03)
 5. The Krewkats - Diggedle Boeing  (2:04)
 6. The Krewkats - The Ice Cream Man  (1:44)
 7. The Krewkats - Polaris  (2:05)
 8. The Krewkats - Bleak House  (2:18)
 9. The Krewkats - For My Good Fortune  (2:16)
 10. The Gladiators - More  (2:17)
 11. The Gladiators - Wigwam  (1:52)
 12. The Gladiators - Jumpin'  (2:10)
 13. The Gladiators - Tram  (2:25)
 14. The Gladiators - Tovarich  (2:08)
 15. The Gladiators - Bleak House  (2:20)
 16. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Druken Sailor  (2:18)
 17. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - High Noon  (1:59)
 18. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - How High The Moon  (2:06)
 19. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Jingle, Jangle, Jingle  (2:16)
 20. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Tavern In The Town  (2:32)
 21. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Crazy Rhythm  (2:56)
 22. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Summertime  (3:01)
 23. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - F.B.I  (2:20)
 24. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - Tonight  (2:10)
 25. Les 4 Kiwis (Tony & The Initials) - How High The Moon (Long Version)  (4:39)

CD 3

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 1. Les Sorciers - Cyclone  (2:25)
 2. Les Sorciers - Baya  (2:41)
 3. Les Sorciers - Caravelle  (3:13)
 4. Les Sorciers - Youpie Ye  (2:02)
 5. Les Sorciers - 7,65  (2:25)
 6. Les Sorciers - Thierry La Fronde  (2:21)
 7. Les Sorciers - Indicatif  (1:57)
 8. Les Sorciers - Monika  (2:22)
 9. Les Doodles - Doodle's Bags  (1:55)
 10. Les Doodles - Just Doodle  (1:39)
 11. Les Doodles - Blue Doodle  (2:02)
 12. Les Doodles - Always Doodling  (1:39)
 13. Les Milords - Le Vol Du Bourdon  (2:30)
 14. Les Milords - Tu Dis N'importe Quoi  (1:49)
 15. Les Milords - Nous, On Est Dans Le Vent  (2:07)
 16. Les Milords - Chevauchйe Du Diable  (1:53)
 17. Les Relax - Le Sang Du Soleil  (3:16)
 18. Les Relax - Paris Aprиs Minuit  (2:59)
 19. Les Relax - Natacha  (2:39)
 20. Les Relax - Little Buffalo  (2:34)

CD 4

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 1. Los Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena  (3:10)
 2. Los Indios Tabajaras - Ternura  (2:56)
 3. Los Indios Tabajaras - Jungle Dream  (2:52)
 4. Los Indios Tabajaras - Pajaro Campana  (2:35)
 5. Les Golden Strings - Rebel Rouser  (2:19)
 6. Les Golden Strings - Les Joies Du Monde  (2:42)
 7. Les Golden Strings - Golden Twist  (1:56)
 8. Les Golden Strings - Tulsa Twist  (2:33)
 9. Les Français - Palpitations  (2:12)
 10. Les Français - Réacteurs (What's All That About)  (2:01)
 11. Les Français - Suspenses  (2:11)
 12. Les Français - Tout Sauf Une Rose  (1:59)
 13. Les Aigles - March Of The Eagles  (2:21)
 14. Les Aigles - Exodus  (1:56)
 15. Les Aigles - Bristol Express  (2:54)
 16. Les Aigles - Johnny's Tune  (2:35)
 17. Les Aigles - Come On Baby  (1:58)
 18. Les Aigles - The Lonely Bull  (2:11)
 19. Les Aigles - The Desperados  (2:23)
 20. Les Aigles - Scarlett O'Hara  (2:17)

CD 5

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD

 1. Les Stevens - Guitar Boogie  (2:23)
 2. Les Stevens - Peter Gunn  (2:57)
 3. Les Stevens - Honky Tonk  (2:31)
 4. Les Stevens - Premier Rendez-Vous  (2:38)
 5. Roy Clark - Denter Fender  (2:30)
 6. Roy Clark - Weepin' Willow Twist  (2:18)
 7. Roy Clark - Texas Twist  (2:06)
 8. Roy Clark - A Maiden's Prayer  (2:31)
 9. Jerry Kennedy's Dancing Guitars - Teddy Bear  (1:44)
 10. Jerry Kennedy's Dancing Guitars - Heartbreak Hotel  (2:16)
 11. Jerry Kennedy's Dancing Guitars - Wear My Ring Around Your Neck  (2:06)
 12. Jerry Kennedy's Dancing Guitars - Blue Suede Shoes  (2:18)
 13. Les Mustangs - Drums  (2:16)
 14. Les Mustangs - Hully Gully Limonad  (2:14)
 15. Les Mustangs - Thème Du Lac Des Cygnes  (2:11)
 16. Les Mustangs - Le Neghev  (2:06)
 17. Les Mustangs - La Main Du Diable  (2:36)
 18. Les Mustangs - Rinky Dink  (2:22)
 19. Les Mustangs - Sur La Plage  (2:11)
 20. Les Mustangs - 1-2-3-4  (1:55)
 21. Shutdown Douglas - Twin Cut Outs  (2:25)
 22. Shutdown Douglas - Night Rod  (2:18)
 23. Shutdown Douglas - Flash Falcon  (2:11)
 24. Shutdown Douglas - Woody Walk  (2:19)

VA - Instrumental Guitars 5 CD




 

The Ten Tuff Guitars - The Swinging Electric Sounds (1965 USA)

The Ten Tuff Guitars - The Swinging Electric Sounds (1965 USA)

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The Ten Tuff Guitars - The Swinging Electric Sounds (1965 USA)

The Ten Tuff Guitars:
Formed: New York City, NY, United States
Members: Tony Mottola (guitar), Artie Ryerson (guitar), Allen Hanlon (guitar), Al Caiola (guitar),
 Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar), Don Arnone (guitar), Al Casamente (guitar), Tony Gottuso (guitar), 
George Barnes (guitar), Barry Galbraith (guitar)


 

Gene Latter And The Shake Spears ‎– Summertime (196?)

Gene Latter And The Shake Spears ‎– Summertime (196?)



Label:Sounds Superb – 4M034-62069
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album 
Country:Belgium



Gene Latter And The Shake Spears ‎– Summertime (196?)

Gene Latter was an ex-boxer born in Cardiff, Wales, to Arabic parents. His real name was Arthur Ford, and he came from South William Street, Butetown. He had been a member of a local band called "The Alley Cats" before leaving to seek out his fortune in London. There he met the group "The Shake Spears", who were quite popular in Belgium at the time, and became their vocalist. He stayed with the band from early 1965 to Feb. 1966, and in 1968 recorded a 45 with an outfit called "Gene Latter & the Detours". He then started a solo career and released a number of 45s until the early 1980s.

The Shake Spears originated in Northern Rhodesia (which became Zambia in 1964). Original line up: Chris Kritzinger, Johnny Kreuger, Perry Jordaan and Calvin Coleman. Later members were Alan Escombe-Wolhuter, Gene Latter, Ron Patton, Brian, Chris Stone, and others. After the Shake Spears disbanded, Escombe and Stone formed the prog rock group Fynn McCool.

Gene Latter And The Shake Spears ‎– Summertime (196?)

Davie Allan & The Arrows - Blues Theme (1967)

Davie Allan & The Arrows - Blues Theme (1967)



Davie Allan

Providing the soundtrack to numerous biker and teen exploitation movies in the mid- and late '60s, Davie Allan & the Arrows bridged the surf and psychedelic eras. Their driving, basic instrumentals featured loads and loads of fuzz guitar, as well as generous dollops of tremolo bar waggling and wah-wah. The guitarist and his band first made their mark with the minor hit "Apache '65," a version of the Shadows/Jorgen Ingmann's instrumental classic "Apache." Hooking up with notorious exploitation movie producer Mike Curb, the Arrows provided the soundtracks to numerous B-movies on the Tower and Sidewalk labels; their greatest success, "Blues Theme" (from The Wild Angels starring Peter Fonda), made the Top 40 in 1967. Curb abandoned racy movies for the Osmonds and purged MGM Records of their psychedelic acts, but the Arrows continued to play and record for various labels during the '80s and '90s. A slew of reissues during the new millennium broadened the group's appeal, and they returned in 2003 with Restless in L.A.


Davie Allan & The Arrows - Blues Theme (1967)

"Blues Theme" is arguably the most famous track by Davie Allan & the Arrows. It was recorded quickly on Mike Curb's Tower label for the soundtrack to the move Wild Angels -- Peter Fonda's first biker flick and just before Easy Rider. With wild, screaming fuzz guitar and a surf beat, it signifies the sound of the L.A. Strip in 1967 and embodies -- in its two-minutes-and-ten-seconds -- all the cultural elements of its soundtrack -- the waning surf scene that traveled it, the muscle cars that roared through its lanes, the dawn of acid-crazed hippies floating down it, and the speed-drenched outlaw biker tribes who haunted it. The rest of the album is a literal pastiche of tracks that were issued under other names, slightly doctored for and from other soundtracks -- there were seven between the Arrows' first album, Apache '65, and Blues Theme -- or simply renamed. These include "King Fuzz," an instrumental remake of "The Twirl" by Harley Hatcher; "Theme from the Unknown," which had several names in earlier releases on 45 rpm's, and "Fuzz Theme," that was later re-titled "The Young World," for the soundtrack to Teen Rebellion.

Davie Allan & The Arrows - Blues Theme (1967)



Cherry Wainer & Don Storer ‎– Rhythmus Im Blut (1964)


South African-born musician, and a soloist on the Hammond organ. Best-known as a member of Lord Rockingham's XI.

Wainer first came to the attention of UK television audiences as a regular in the 1950s TV magazine, 'Lunchbox', with Noele Gordon. She subsequently featured as a session musician on the programme 'Oh Boy!' (one of the first British series to regularly feature rock 'n' roll), with Lord Rockingham's XI, who were a 'scratch' band led by Harry Robinson and included Benny Green and Red Price. Their single, 'Hoots Mon', was number one on the UK chart in 1958.

In 1962, she married drummer Don Storer, with whom she had appeared regularly as a duo during the 1960s, and on a German television series called Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966-67). Wainer released several solo albums and four singles, none of which made it onto the UK charts.






 

Jimmie Haskell & Gary Chester & The Beatle Beat - Play The Beatles


Jimmie Haskell ‎
 Sing A Song With The Beatles!
 (Instrumental Background Re-Creations Of Their Big Hits)
1964

Jimmie Haskell (real name Sheridan Pearlman.Born Sheridan Pearlman, November 7, 1926, Brooklyn, New York, USA – February 4, 2016, Laguna Niguel, California, USA) was a prolific American composer and arranger for a variety of popular singers and motion pictures.



He played the accordion for a band called 'The Bachelors'.
He was the Composer, Music Supervisor, Musical Director, Music Conductor, Music Arranger and/or Orchestrator of approximately 31 films, 32 TV movies and 445 TV episodes. He has also worked with over 20 symphony orchestras and numerous Broadway shows. He founded HORN Records in autumn 1979.
Throughout his career, he received 3 Grammy Awards, 1 Primetime Emmy Award, 2 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations and other awards. He composed, arranged, conducted and/or produced over 135 Gold and Platinum albums. He is also the winner of 3 Clio Awards, 2 Addy Awards.

01 - A Hard Day's Night 
02 - I Saw Her Standing There 
03 - Love Me Do 
04 - She Loves You 
05 - Please Please Me 
06 - She's A Woman 
07 - I Feel Fine 
08 - P. S. I Love You 
09 - Can't Buy Me Love 
10 - All My Loving 
11 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 




Gary Chester & the Beatle Beat 
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
1964

Gary Chester (born Cesario Gurciullo; October 27, 1924 – August 17, 1987) was an American studio drummer, author, and teacher. Beginning in the 1960s, he played on hundreds of records for bands such as The Coasters, The Monkees, and The Lovin' Spoonful.


If the subject is great studio drummers, this man's name inevitably comes up, and Gary Chester can also take credit for both writing and co-writing a pair of books that are acknowledged masterworks of drum instruction. The average listener's reaction might still be "Gary who?", but rest assured the sounds of this man's drumming have been in the ears of just about anyone who wasn't hiding out in an underground cave from the '60s onward. He is the drummer with the Coasters. He is the drummer with the Monkees. He is the drummer with the Lovin' Spoonful, and a host of other acts who either fronted bands consisting of studio musicians to record their hits, such as the Mamas and the Papas or Dionne Warwick, or groups who gladly sent their regular drummer out for a smoke break in order to get Chester's take on things beat-wise. He occupied the same position of studio prominence on the east coast recording scene that Hal Blaine did on the west, and had the musical abilities and creative spirit to roll with all the changes in popular music flow that happened during his lifetime. Beginning with doo wop and rhythm & blues recordings, Chester also showed a great knack for folk-rock, eventually collaborating with artists such as Country Joe McDonald and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band. In the meantime, he played on literally hundreds of records and claimed to have logged some 15,000 studio sessions over three decades. Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl" is another one of Chester's great drum parts, although sophisticated jazz drummers often mention his work with Warwick as some kind of high-water mark of great pop drumming. Several musical scholars who have devoted their lifetimes to the work of studio drummers have advocated the renaming of the "oldies" radio station format to "Gary Chester radio." The rock band Luxx features the drummer's daughter Katrina Chester, and this band's debut album features a moving tribute to her father, naturally a cover version of yet another classic hit Gary Chester laid down the beat to, Lesley Gore's 1963 hit "It's My Party." Chester's instruction books are entitled New Breed and New Breed II and are published by Modern Drummer.

01 - A Hard Day's Night 
02 - And I Love Her 
03 - From Me To You 
04 - Spider Walk 
05 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 
06 - Roll Over Beethoven 
07 - I'll Cry Instead 
08 - I Should Have Known Better 
09 - Please Please Me 
10 - So Long 
11 - I Saw Her Standing There 
12 - She Loves You 




 

Jimmie Haskell & His Orchestra - Teen Love Themes (1964)

Jimmie Haskell & His Orchestra - Teen Love Themes (1964)

 01 - A Hard Day's Night 

02 - And I Love Her 

03 - From Me To You 

04 - Spider Walk 

05 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 

06 - Roll Over Beethoven 

07 - I'll Cry Instead 

08 - I Should Have Known Better 

09 - Please Please Me 

10 - So Long 

11 - I Saw Her Standing There 

12 - She Loves You 

Jimmie Haskell & His Orchestra - Teen Love Themes (1964)

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VA - Instro Beat 28 British s Of The 60's

VA - Instro Beat 28 British s Of The 60's

Compiled by Tony Hoffman, this 28 track CD of various artists Includes 2 stereo tracks from The Shadows “F.B.I”, and “Friends”.  Other artists included are The Cougars, Sounds Incorporated, Judd Proctor, The Dakotas, The Fentones, The Outlaws, Bert Weedon, The Flintstones, The Innocents, The Nu-Notes, and The Krew Kats. Includes 4 previously unreleased tracks “Cavaquinho” (stereo) by Judd Proctor, “Caravan” (stereo) by The Fentones, “Jungle Drums” by The Krew Kats, and “Ludwig” by The Dakotas. A great CD for the collection.



VA - Instro Beat 28 British s Of The 60's

1. Red Square - The Cougars 2. The Spartans - Sounds Incorporated 3. Cavaquinho - Judd Proctor (unreleased) 4. The Millionaire - The Dakotas 5. Caravan - The Fentones (unreleased) 6. Indian Brave - The Outlaws 7. Red Guitar - Bert Weedon 8. Safari - The Flintstones 9. The Rustler - The Cougars 10. Night Cry - Bert Weedon 11. Spanish Holiday - The Innocents 12. Humdinger - The Dakotas 13. Palamino - Judd Proctor 14. Sunset - The Nu-Notes 15. Jungle Drums - Krew Kats (unreleased) 16. Work Out - The Flintstones 17. Fury - The Nu-Notes 18. Grazina - The Innocents 19. The Bat - Krew Kats 20. Fort Knox - The Outlaws 21. Ludwig - The Dakotas (unreleased) 22. Friends - The Shadows 23. The Mexican - The Fentones 24. Hobo - The Outlaws 25. While The City Sleeps - The Cougars 26. Jack's Good - Krew Kats 27. It's Bluesy - Judd Proctor 28. FBI - The Shadows (true Stereo)

VA - Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers: Unreleased 60s Gems From...

VA - Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers: Unreleased 60s Gems From...

Too often, rock & roll instrumentals are considered filler when they were often a pivotal part of the pre-Beatles rock & roll experience. Ace's 2013 collection Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers doesn't collect the best of that forgotten era -- the title itself is a tip-off that the compilation concentrates on oddities, not known quantities -- but by balancing 13 rare singles with 13 previously unreleased sides, the compilation re-creates an era when echoed guitars could be a groovy thing in and of itself. Certainly, there are times when the surging rhythms recall surf rock -- many of these bands are Californian and even if they weren't, the rush of cascading waves was an irresistible temptation to mimic -- but some groups have a CinemaScope bent to their sonic vistas while other bands get down and dirty, concentrating not on the melody but the rhythm. Others gussy up familiar melodies -- the Champs, famed for "Tequila," give "South of the Border" a bit of a cinematic swing, Johnny & the Hurricanes rock "Red River Rock '67" pretty hard, while elsewhere they turn "Glo Worm" inside-out as "The Psychedelic Worm" -- but this should never be thought of as progressive music: these are working bands, from the garage to the studio, cranking out music designed to keep the dancefloor hopping...

01. The Ventures - Walk Don't Run (Original Demo) 
02. The Gigolo's - Night Creature 
03. The Avantis - Wax 'em Down 
04. Johnny And The Hurricanes - The Psychedelic Worm 
05. The Titans - Skokiaan 
06. The Rondels - Zombie 
07. The Reveliers - White Water 
08. The Fireballs - La Pobracita 
09. The Ventures - Murfreesboro 
10. The Champs - South Of The Border 
11. The Exports - Car Hop 
12. The Ventures - The Spur (La Espuela) 
13. Billy Joe & The Checkmates - Nashville West (One More Time) 
14. The Impacts - Tor-Chula 
15. The Fireballs - Ain't That Rain 
16. The Reveliers - Patch 
17. Richie Allen - Goochy Bamba 
18. The Titans - Crying In The Rain 
19. Johnny And The Hurricanes - Red River Rock '67 
20. The Ventures - Sabrosa 
21. Billy Joe & The Checkmates - The Drifter 
22. The Ramrods - Loch Lomond Rock 
23. The Reveliers - Flat Tyre 
24. The Rondels - Showboat 
25. The Swanks - Ghost Train 
26. The Ventures - Run Don't Walk 

VA - Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers: Unreleased 60s Gems From...


 

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