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1 - THEM - BELFAST GYPSIES - (LP) 
MUNSTER


Known as The Other Them or as the Belfast Gypsies, or simply as Them outside of the UK -where Van Morrisons group was granted in court to use that name,- this bunch of Irish rockers (some of them former members of the real Them) briefly became the worlds most dangerous punk R&B band following a chance encounter with Kim Fowley.In 1966, Hollywood denizen Kim Fowley came to London where a chance encounter with ragged fugitives from the group Them led to an explosive collaboration. Sparks flew in the studio as howling Gloria/Mystic Eyes R&B collided with the freakout sounds of the Sunset Strip, resulting in the volatile records now pulsating ominously in your hand.Here are the complete works of the Belfast Gypsies, the worlds most dangerous punk R&B band, including rare mixes and demos.This release is a Munster/Mono-Tone Records co-production.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gloria's Dream 02. The Crazy World Inside 03. Midnight Train 04. Aria Of The Fallen Angels 05. It's All Over Now Babyblue 06. People Let's Freak Out 07. Boom Boom 08. The Last Will And Testament 09. Portland Town 10. Hey Gip! (dig The Slowness) 11. Suicide Song 12. Secret Police DISC #2: 01. Gloria's Dream (single Mix) 02. Secret Police (single Mix) 03. People! Let's Freak Out (single Mix) 04. I Want You 05. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (early Demo) 06. Portland Town (french Ep Mix) 07. It's All Over Now (french Ep Mix) 08. Midnight Train (french Ep Mix) 09. The Gorilla (french Ep Mix)


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 15-10-2021
Référence : 550957     NEW
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 31,25 EUR


2 - THEM - THEM IN REALITY - (LP) 
KLIMT


If only bassist Alan Henderson had had the good sense to stop using the Them moniker after Van Morrisons departure 1965. Instead, when the band was reborn on Los Angeles Happy Tiger label in 1970, he hung on to the name (but not the sound) and fans never forgave him for this. Therefore, the fact that Them continued to make great music into the seventies has gone largely under the radar. By the time 1971 rolled around, the band was a stripped-down trio consisting of Henderson on bass, Jim Parker on guitar / vocals, and John Stark on drums (both ex-Kitchen Cinq). Kicking off the album with an extended fuzz guitar version of Van Morrisons calling card, "Gloria", may have been Hendersons way of saying, "feel free to make comparisons, the new Them is back with a vengeance!" For the first time in years Them was a real band again (and not some studio project), with Parker and Stark writing most of the songs, like the brilliant "California Man". The new Them was lean, hungry and hard rocking.kind of like the original Them that everyone knows and loves. Too bad that this time around no one was listening.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gloria 02. Baby Please Dont Go 03. Laugh 04. Let My Song Through 05. California Man 06. Lessons Of The Sea 07. Rayn 08. Back To The Country 09. Can You Believe


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 20-09-2019
Référence : 419432     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 20,00 EUR



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