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Disc 1

1. Louie Louie Rockin’ - Robin Roberts
2. Woo Hoo - The Rock-A-Teens
3. The Chicken Back - The Mavericks
4. Donkey Twine - The Rockin' Rebels
5. Dirty Robber - The Fabulous Wailers
6. Outer Sanctum - The Chessmen
7. Better Believe It - The Kingsmen
8. Maggie - Andy & The Live Wires
9. Trip To Bandstand - B-B
10. Beatnick Sticks - Paul Revere & The Raiders
11. Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - The Rivingtons
12. Boss - The Rumblers
13. I Want Some Of That - Kai-Ray
14. When Johnny Come Slidin’ Home - Hollywood Vines
15. One More Chance - The Rock-A-Tones
16. Tarantula - The Tarantulas
17. Pigmy - Baby Sticks & The Kingtones
18. Square Rock (Part 3) - The Squares
19. Bonfire (Part 1) - Ronny Kay
20. Liar, Liar - The Castaways

Disc 2

1. Tall Cool One - The Fabulous Wailers
2. The Dagwood - The Fairlanes
3. Sabre Dance - Jan Davis
4. Boogie Guitar - The Fabulous Cyclones
5. The Ghost Hop - The Surfmen
6. Maryann Rockin’ - Robin Roberts
7. Buzz Saw - The Gee-Cees
8. My Babe - Dale Hawkins
9. Slave Girl - Ray Ethier
10. Califf Boogie - The Teen Beats
11. Twenty Thousand Leagues - The Champs
12. Gargantua - The Piltdown Men
13. Orbit (The Spy) - Paul Revere & The Raiders
14. I’m Not The Kind Of Guy (That Gives Up Easy) - The Fairlanes
15. The Whip - The Frantics
16. Sticks And Stones - The Velaires
17. Underwater - The Frogmen
18. The 2,000 Pound Bee (Part 1) - The Ventures
19. ’Til The Following Night - Screaming ‘Lord’ Sutch
20. Surfin’ Bird - The Trashmen

The Early Sounds Of Garage Rock

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD710

Bar-Code 5060143497100

Availability: In stock

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In the 1980s ‘garage’ became the name for a kind of dance music; and in the 1990s UK Garage was a form of electronica. Regardless, the term is most commonly used to refer to rock music – mostly of the kind that’s a bit rough (and ready) round the edges. Most of the punks were garage bands, and before them were psychedelic rockers, and before them surfers and beat bands. All the groups on this 2-CD collection hail from the late 1950s and very early 1960s. The majority of the tracks here are surfing instrumentals, though you’ll also find a smattering of doo-wop and ‘trash’ doo-wop and frat rock and even good old-fashioned beat music.

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