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VA - Don't Be Bad 60s Punk Recorded in Texas (2015)

18-02-2016, 08:30
Folk | Rock | Punk

Title: Don't Be Bad 60s Punk Recorded in Texas
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Big Beat
Genre: Folk, Rock, Garage Rock, Punk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 63:20 min
Total Size: 145 MB


01. Top-Less Girl - Barry & Life
02. Don't Be Bad - The Driving Wheels
03. The Fall Of The Queen - Destiny's Children
04. Girl Said No - What's Left
05. Cuttin' Out - The Pirates
06. Her Loving Way - Gaylan Ladd
07. I Don't Need You - The Sands
08. Again - The People
09. Lively One - The Passions
10. Better Come Get Her - The Triumphs
11. It's You - The Actioneers
12. Lost In A Crowd - The Dodads
13. To No Place Of Its Own - The Phinx
14. Farmer John-The Argyles
15. Baby I Need You - The Eccentrics
16. She's Got Me Running - The Driving Wheels
17. Gotta Tell Her - The Blue Diamonds
18. Dirty Dirty Game - Gaylan Ladd
19. Open Your Eyes - The Sands
20. Don't Tell Me - The Chancellors
21. Honey Hush - The Loafers
22. Mona/Who Do You Love - The Pirates
23. Don't Go In My Room Girl - Bob & Gaylan
24. Everything's Right - The Phinx
25. Hour Glass - Burner Amburn
26. Bring Me - The Dodads

Texas-based Huey P Meaux hit paydirt with Sir Doug's 'She's About A Mover' in early 1965. The maverick producer immediately threw out a cattle call for the next bunch of teenage longhairs who could deliver him a hit. That didn t happen, but over the next few years he amassed a litany of superb grass roots punk and rock'n'roll recordings, spread across his Tribe, Pacemaker, Pic 1, Ventural, Capri imprints and others.

While there were occasional visitors from out-of-state: the Phinx from Mississippi, the Pirates and Greek Fountains from Louisiana and the Trashmen of Minneapolis but the bulk of Meaux's charges naturally hail from the motherlode of Texas, ground zero for the raunchiest, gnarliest 60s punk. Mostly taped at his Pasadena Sounds facility, "Don't Be Bad" celebrates the Crazy Cajun's garage rock legacy.

Extensive research into Huey Meaux's rarely tapped vault has resulted in a power-packed set list guaranteed to impress even the most hardened garage collector. Master tape sound on classics including Barry & Life's 'Top-Less Girl', Destiny's Children 'Fall Of The Queen' and the Passions' 'Lively One' guarantees a punchy listen; superb unreleased sides from the likes of the Driving Wheels and Sands add major appeal. The packed booklet spills the full beans on the amazing contents.

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