jueves, 27 de marzo de 2008

The Summer Sounds - Up Down - 1967


Mega rare album from the Dartmouth, Massachusetts fivepiece outfit which was released originally on the Laurel label (Laurel 331098) in 1969. Up-Down is an album of largely self-penned material (only 2 covers, one of which is a strong version of The Spencer Davis Group's hit, 'Gimme Some Lovin') with The Leaves Are Turning Brown, complete with cheesy psych organ and wonderful earnest vocals, is the stand out track. Up-Down is a beat-garage concept album detailing the highs and lows of a summer vacation romance, with, as you would expect, loads of moody teenage angst and lashings of self pity. The songs are all catchy, and there's a couple of good ballads. First time that this album has been reissued on CD."
(http://www.cduniverse.com/search/xx/music/pid/6801977/a/Up+Down.htm)


01. Small World - 2:49
02. Hard To Please - 3:55
03. Lonely Beach - 3:23
04. Gimme Some Lovin' - 2:58
05. One Last Kiss - 2:22
06. The Leaves Are Turning Brown - 4:20
07. Summer - 4:22
08. I Love You - 3:42
09. First Date - 2:21
10. You Told Me - 2:42


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1 comentario:

Psicodelia Pura dijo...

Me encanto el disco, muchas gracias

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