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Spirit of '67 album for sale by Paul Revere & The Raiders was released Nov 19, 1996 on the Sundazed label. One of the truly great Paul Revere and the Raiders albums--SOMETHING HAPPENING, MIDNIGHT RIDE and REVOLUTION are the others--1966's SPIRIT OF '67 is sort of the group's RUBBER SOUL. Spirit of '67 songs More mature than their earlier albums, it's still got a solid bar-band heart. The opening track "Good Thing" is one of the Raiders' better singles, though it for some reason wasn't one of their bigger hits, as was the album's other single, the swaggering "Hungry." Elsewhere, the album contains some solid Turtles-style soft pop alongside the stomping frat-rockers, and there's even a handful of folk-rockish social commentary songs such as "In My Community," "Our Candidate," and "The Great Airplane Strike." The different styles blend harmoniously, and the new artistic directions don't sound like commercial affections, but like a logical progression from the group's earlier records. Spirit of '67 CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Paul Revere Rocks!|
I recently ordered from CD Universe the CD "Spirit of 67" by Paul Revere & The Raiders. I listened to these guys gowing up on Long Island NY courtesy of my sisters.
By a reviewer (Yorktown, VA)
||Probably the Raiders best album. They gave up their "zany"|
Probably the Raiders best album. They gave up their "zany" on-stage persona to just play good music. Also someone decided to put each Raider the spotlight, regardless of commercial value.
By bobgaither (Housto,tx)
||A Solid Album|
It's chock full of hit singles. But if you think you can just get by with a greatest-hits collection, take a listen to some of these non-single, rocking album cuts like "Louise", "Our Candidate" and the slower "1001 Arabian Nights".
By a reviewer (New York, NY)
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On the Beach CD (1974)
Spirit of '67 album for sale After working his way through loss and chaos on the brilliant TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT (recorded in 1973, but not released until 1975), Neil Young deftly exorcised any lingering demons with 1974's ON THE BEACH. The album opens with the saunter of the aptly titled "Walk On," followed by the utterly gorgeous, Wurlitzer-tinged "See the Sky about to Rain."
The set also features a trio of scathing songs--"Revolution Blues," "Vampire Blues," and "Ambulance Blues"--that address issues important to Young, both social and personal. It is good to hear Young back with such bite and vitriol, especially after the broken desperation of TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT. But while ON THE BEACH is edgy and deeply felt, it also manages to sound liberating and relaxed, with glimmers of hope and humor peeking through the spare, evocative arrangements. Inexplicably unreleased on CD until 2003, ON THE BEACH is both unflinching and resilient, and easily stands as one of Young's finest albums.
Recording information: Broken Arrow Studios, San Francisco, CA; Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, CA.
Photographer: Bob Seidemann.
Guests:Graham Nash/Rick Danko/ David Crosby/Levon Helm
Personnel: Neil Young (vocals, guitar, banjo, harmonica, Wurlitzer organ); Neil Young (Wurlitzer piano); Ben Keith (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, dobro, Wurlitzer piano, organ, Wurlitzer organ, drums, background vocals); Graham Nash (vocals, Wurlitzer piano, Wurlitzer organ); Ralph Molina (vocals, drums, background vocals); Tim Drummond (bass instrument, drums, percussion); Rick Danko, Billy Talbot (bass instrument); David Crosby (vocals, guitar); Rusty Kershaw (guitar, slide guitar, violin, fiddle); George Whitsell ...
Capitol Albums, Vol. 1 CDs (2004)
Spirit of '67 buy CD music Includes both stereo and mono versions of the USA-only albums MEET THE BEATLES (1964), THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM (1964), SOMETHING NEW (1964), and BEATLES '65 (1964), and a 60 page booklet including rare photos and select quotes from John, Paul, George and Ringo.
All tracks have been digitally mastered using 24-bit technology.
Although America wasn't the first to catch on to the Beatles, it certainly gave the Fabs a worldwide stage from which to launch their pop music invasion. During the space of 12 months in 1964, Capitol released four Beatles LPs that reshuffled various British Parlophone LPs, EPs, and singles. The result of this rejiggering was four unique titles that, along with those famed Ed Sullivan performances, were the introduction to this global phenomenon for millions in the United States. For the 40th anniversary of these releases, this 2004 set represents the first time these titles were ever available on CD, and features both mono and stereo (or "duophonic") versions of all the songs.
Because of the Beatles' enthusiasm, high standards, and synergy, these evergreen tracks crackle and burn, guaranteeing giddy, joyous memories for some, while also enlisting new fans. Among the many classics are the groundbreaking single, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," and other romantic rockers ("I Saw Her Standing There," "She Loves You," "All My Loving"), as well as cover tunes ("Long Tall Sally," "Roll Over Beethoven") and lesser-known songs ("Any Time at All," "I'll Follow the Sun"). The boys had been tirelessly working the nightclub trenches for a number of years prior to these albums, but, in truth, John, Paul, George, and Ringo were just getting started.
4cds-Meet The Beatles/Second Album/Something New/Beatles'65
The Beatles: John Lennon (guitar); Paul McCartney (bass guitar); Ringo Starr, George Harrison.
Personnel: George Harrison (vocals, guitar); John Lennon (vocals, harmonica); Ringo Starr (vocals, drums); Paul McCartney (vocals).
Audio Remasterer: Ted Jensen.
Liner Note Author: Mark Lewisohn.
Recording information: England.
Authors: John Lennon; Paul McCartney; George Harrison; Ringo Starr; Brian Epstein .
Photographers: Joe Covello; Black Star.
Crown of Creation CD (1968)
Spirit of '67 songs Originally released on RCA Victor (4058). Includes liner notes by Jeff Tamarkin.
This newly remastered 2003 deluxe edition contains bonus tracks.
Originally released on RCA Victor (4058). Includes liner notes by Jeff Tamarkin and Bill Thompson.
CROWN OF CREATION is a rich and varied collection showing off the different talents of the main songwriters. Among the many memorable moments are Grace Slick's beautiful vocal on "Lather," the band's sensitive cover version of David Crosby's "Triad," and Jorma Kaukonen's stunning wah-wah solo on "If You Feel." Add to this the intense lyrics (such as the drug-themed "Greasy Heart"), Marty Balin and Paul Kantner's consistently strong vocals throughout, and Jack Casady's remarkable dexterity on bass. This is most certainly the Airplane's REVOLVER.
The bonus tracks Ribumbabap Rubadubaoumoum; Would You Like a Snack; Share a Little Joke (single version), and the unreleased and suitably bizarre The Saga of Sydney Spacepig join the rest of this 1968 album.
Originally released on RCA Victor (4058).
Personnel: Timothius Davis, Dan Woody, Bill Goodwin (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Jeff Tamarkin; Bill Thompson.
Photographers: Hiro ; Chuck Boyd.
Jefferson Airplane: Marty Balin, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen (vocals, guitar); Grace Slick (vocals); Jack Casady (bass) Spencer Dryden (drums).
Additional personnel: Charles Cockey (guitar, vocals); Tim Davis (congas); Bill Goodwin (talking drums); Dan Woody (bongos); Gary Blackman (nose solo); Gene Twombly (sound effects).
Additional personnel: Gary Blackman, Charles Cockey (vocals, guitar); David Crosby (guitar); Tim Davis (congas); Bill Goodwin (talking drums); Dan Woody (bongos).
Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful CD (1966)
Spirit of '67 CD music Originally released on Kama Sutra (8054). Includes liner notes by Dennis Diken.
Having released two previous albums and a soundtrack, along with a stream of singles, over the previous 12-and-a-half months, the Lovin' Spoonful assembled their third regular studio LP, Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful, for release around Thanksgiving 1966. It contained the group's chart-topping single from the previous June, "Summer in the City," along with September's Top Ten hit "Rain on the Roof" (curiously titled "You and Me and Rain on the Roof" on the LP). Released simultaneously with the album and included on it were the two songs from the next single, "Nashville Cats," which became the band's seventh consecutive Top Ten entry, and "Full Measure," a B-side featuring drummer Joe Butler on lead vocals that scraped into the singles chart. Those were the money songs, although Bobby Darin discovered the leadoff track, "Lovin' You," and quickly covered it for a Top 40 hit, and the moody "Coconut Grove," a tribute to Fred Neil, would become a permanent part of Spoonful leader John Sebastian's repertoire in his solo career. An emphasis on the parts of the album is a way of describing it as more of a loose collection of disparate tracks than a unified effort, despite Sebastian's hand in all the compositions and his lead vocals on most of them. This was by necessity, but also by design, since Sebastian and co. went into the studio trying to sound completely different each time. They often succeeded: except for the vocal similarity, the rock band playing "Summer in the City" and the caustic, autobiographical "4 Eyes" doesn't sound much like the country unit picking its way through "Lovin' You" and "Nashville Cats." Sebastian may have been an obvious New Yorker (those "yellow Sun records" were from Memphis, not Nashville), but that didn't keep him from expressing his musical passions effectively. ~ William Ruhlmann
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
1966 W/ 4 Bonus Tracks.
Personnel: Henry Diltz (clarinet); Larry Hankin (Jew's harp).
Liner Note Authors: Dennis Diken; Yoshiro Nagato.
Photographer: Henry Diltz.
The Lovin' Spoonful: John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Steve Boone, Joe Butler.
Additional personnel: Henry Diltz (clarinet); Larry Hankin (Jew's harp).
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Child's Guide to Good and Evil CD (1968)
Spirit of '67 buy CD music Digitally remastered by Bob Irwin (Sundazed Studio, Coxsackie, New York).
The band's third album for Reprise has its advocates among psychedelic cultists, but it really is a letdown when stacked against their previous two Reprise LPs, even if those LPs (particularly the second) were haphazard in their psychedelic-pop-folk-rock admixtures. When they play it straight, the songs are often average or even unmemorable, easy-going late-1960s L.A. rock. When they are obviously trying to be strange, as on the title cut, it sounds contrived, and if you've heard the previous Reprise LPs already, Bob Markley's occasional deranged rants will be old hat. The minute-and-a-half "Anniversary of World War III" is entirely silent: a radical notion for a rock album of the time, perhaps, but something that had already been done by John Cage. There are some pleasing moments here and there, like the melancholy folk-rock ballad "Eighteen Is Over the Hill," which has some exquisite pop harmonies, and there are the usual disturbing and dark undercurrents in Markley's lyrics if you listen closely. The CD reissue on Sundazed adds the mono single mixes of "Shifting Sands" and "1906" as bonus tracks, although those songs are actually from their 1967 Part One album, not A Child's Guide to Good and Evil. ~ Richie Unterberger
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band: Bob Markley, Ron Morgan, Shaun Harris.
Includes liner notes by Tim Forster.
Personnel: Shaun Harris, Dan Harris (vocals, guitar); Ron Morgan (guitar).
Volume 3: A Child's Guide to Good and Evil. With their soaring psychedelia, achingly pure folk-rock and Zappa/Beefheart strangeness, these seminal underground gems from the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band--Part One, Vol. 2 and A Child's Guide To Good & Evil--can be seen as encyclopedic primers of the late-'60s Los Angeles musical experience. These long-awaited legit CD debuts come direct from the original analog master tapes, with 2 bonus tracks CD, interviews with key band members, and never-before-seen photos from the band's personal archive! 14 tracks. 2001 reissue
|Just Like Us! CD (1966) Top Seller
Spirit of '67 songs The rest of the album leans mostly towards sturdy rave-ups of recent singles like Marvin Gaye's "I'll Be Doggone," Them's "Baby Please Don't Go," "Satisfaction." There's a surprising pair of choices in Jimmy Forrest's jazz instrumental classic "Night Train" and Donovan's folk-rocky "Catch the Wind." That both sound perfectly reasonable and equally exciting is testament to the Raiders' bar-band vitality.
Digitally remastered reissue of their classic 1965 album featuring 'Just Like Me' and 'Steppin' Out', plus the original artwork and three bonus tracks- 'Ride Your Pony' (Unreleased), 'Just Like Me' (Alternate Album Mix) and 'B.F.D.R.F. Blues' (Single). 15 tracks total, all taken from the original master tapes. 1998 Sundazed release.
The first truly substantial album by Paul Revere and the Raiders, whose prowess as a singles band meant that their albums were occasionally pretty slapdash affairs. 1965's JUST LIKE US contains not one but two classic garage-stomp hits, "Steppin' Out," and the truly astonishing "Just Like Me," a three-chord bash that's simultaneously sexy and menacing, an organ-powered riff-fest that's as good as any of the classic Kinks or Rolling Stones hits that are its clear inspiration. It's genuinely one of the all-time great singles of the '60s.
Personnel: Mark Lindsay (vocals); Paul Revere (organ).
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