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The Trashmen - Live Bird 65-67 album flac

  • Performer: The Trashmen
  • Album: Live Bird 65-67
  • FLAC: 1690 mb | MP3: 1146 mb
  • Released: 1990
  • Country: US
  • Style: Surf, Interview, Rockabilly
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 542
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The Trashmen - Live Bird 65-67 album flac

Tracklist

Let's Go Trippin' 2:58
Baja 2:28
Lovin' Up A Storm 3:43
Malaguena 2:51
Green Onions 3:11
Surfin' Bird 5:49
Bird Dance Beat 3:10
King Of The Surf 2:47
The "Trashmen Report" 1:56
Mashed Potatoes 3:07
The "Trashmen Report" 3:08
Ubangi Stomp 2:19
Dal Winslow Interview 1:08
Same Lines 2:21
Keep Your Hands Off My Baby 2:39

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP 5002 The Trashmen Live Bird 65-67 ‎(LP, RM) Sundazed Music LP 5002 US 1990
SC 11006 The Trashmen Live Bird 65-67 ‎(CD, Album) Sundazed Music SC 11006 US 1990
LP 5002 The Trashmen Live Bird 65-67 ‎(LP, RM, Blu) Sundazed Music LP 5002 US 1990
LP 5002 The Trashmen Live Bird 65-67 ‎(LP, RM, Blu) Sundazed Music LP 5002 US 1990
LP 5002 The Trashmen Live Bird 65-67 ‎(LP, RM, RP, Blu) Sundazed Music LP 5002 US Unknown


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Слушайте Live Bird '65-'67 от The Trashmen на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. The Trashmen 01-03-1990. Общая длительность:52 min. 01. Let's Go Trippin' (Live).

Album · 1990 · 17 Songs. The "Trashmen Report" (with Tony Andreason and DJ Bill Diel, on WDGY radio, March, 1964). 15. Dal Winslow Interview (with host Dino Day, on KSMP TV, August, 1965).

Although marketed as a surf band, Minnesota's Trashmen were decidedly landlocked by geography, but not by spirit. The group's odd mix of surf, R&B, sneering garage pop, and psychotic instrumentals made them one of the most eccentric and interesting of the groups that sprang up around the surf craze of the early '60s. This delightful collection of rare live tracks shows the kind of offhand, humorous dementia that they channeled into their shows, climaxing in a near six-minute version of their wacky masterpiece, the manic "Surfin' Bird.

Bird Dance Beat (Live) 10. King of the Surf (Live) 11. The Trashmen Report (With Bob Reed And DJ Bill Diel, On Wdgy Radio, March, 1964) 12. Mashed Potatoes (Live) 13. The Trashmen Report (With Tony Andreason And DJ Bill Diel, On Wdgy Radio, March, 1964) 14. Ubangi Stomp (Live) 15. Dal Winslow Interview (With Host Dino Day, On Ksmp TV, August, 1965) 16. Same Lines (Live) 17. Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (Live). Although marketed as a surf band, Minnesota's Trashmen were decidedly landlocked by geography, but not by spirit. Two of the songs here ("Bird Dance Beat," "King of the Surf") were recorded at the Home School for Girls at the Saux Centre in Minnesota in 1966, and the mere thought of young, impressionable girls listening to this band of goofy maniacs is a sobering one. Download from free file storage.

This delightful collection of rare live tracks shows the kind of offhand, humorous dementia that they channeled into their shows, climaxing in a near six-minute version of their wacky masterpiece, the manic "Surfin' Bird

All tracks were digitally copied from original stereo tapes. All tracks licensed from The Trashmen and Metrobeat Productions Inc. Dedicated to the memory of Steve Wahrer. Side one recorded live at Proaches Popular Ballroom, Ellsworth, Winsconsin, on August 8, 1965. Side two: Tracks B1 & B2 recorded live at The Home School For Girls, Sauk Centre, Minnesota, September 17, 1966.

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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Having been a surf music fan and surf guitarist for over 30 years, I feel compelled to set the record straight on Live Bird 65-67. it's utterly amazing that these tapes were recorded, and exist in stereo, kind of like the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl, which was recorded at the same time in history.