Thursday, February 19, 2009

Fools On The Hill: new volumes almost ready.

Hi ladies and germs. Just a quick note to tell you that we are now busy expanding the original 21 volumes of "Fools On The Hill".
Volume 22 is ready to go and is centered on Psych-exploitation and should be the definitve introduction to these debased but oh-so-good songs and instrumentals. Volume 23 will be about Pre-kraut and german Proto-punk. I had lots of interesting surprises while compiling it. This one is almost ready. Sylvain is supposed to be working on volume 24: "Superlative Sitars Sizzlers"… I bet I'll have volume 25 A-Ok before he's ready with it :-).

Could the person who kindly offered to re-up Volume 3 contact me? Just leave your email when commenting this post.
Thanks in advance.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

... just last night I enjoyed a great selection of Vol. 1 - 12, while the other vols are waiting... delicious moments... I'm really curious to hear the next volumes, specially the pre-kraut selection

keep on your fantastic work!

thanks al lot and hugs from Milano

MichaelVee

Anonymous said...

Hi there!

Thx a lot for sharing this Great series.
I do appreciate.
Can you please tell me where can I get volumes 18, 19, 20 & 21?
All the best.

MORNING said...

FIRST ISSUE OF MORNING MAGAZINE OUT NOW!

Published in a limited edition of 130 numbered copies, MORNING is a magazine dedicated to cult music 60s/70s music, and features only exclusive artwork, rare photographs and interviews. No advertisement whatsoever!

Issue # 1 includes interviews with Norman Jopling (one of the most important music journalists of the sixties), the Poets' George Gallacher (interview conducted by John Cavanagh), Sibylle Baier, the Peep Show's Stephen Morris and the Litter's Tom "Zip" Caplan.

You can find all info about how to order MORNING # 1 at:
http://morningmagazine.blogspot.com

MORNING said...

FIRST ISSUE OF MORNING MAGAZINE OUT NOW!

Published in a limited edition of 130 numbered copies, MORNING is a magazine dedicated to cult music 60s/70s music, and features only exclusive artwork, rare photographs and interviews. No advertisement whatsoever!

Issue # 1 includes interviews with Norman Jopling (one of the most important music journalists of the sixties), the Poets' George Gallacher (interview conducted by John Cavanagh), Sibylle Baier, the Peep Show's Stephen Morris and the Litter's Tom "Zip" Caplan.

You can find all info about how to order MORNING # 1 at:
http://morningmagazine.blogspot.com

FuzzyWasabi said...

They're coming soon… check FuzzyWasabi each week, that's my usual publishing rythm.

captain groovy said...

Dude sorry.I've been wacky busy at work & believe it or not i've been putting together 5 separate comps of The Beatles to give away at our next Lollipop Shoppe 60's dance party here in Dallas,Texas.
All the material is taken from the Dr.Ebbetts remasters of the original vinyl mono mixes,In the case of Abbey Road i found a folded mono mix that was released in Brazil on vinyl.The last mix is from the original mono Apple singles & it's all solo material by them.And i made & designed cover art.So anyway it took awhile but here's the link to vol 3 complete with artwork & tracklisting.Files are at 320K like yours.I know you do rapidshare so feel free to put it up with your links.Glad i could help.Looking forward to hearing the new volumes.

fools on the hill vol 3
http://www.mediafire.com/file/jqeqmgm5nn0/fools on the hill vol 3.zip

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