Monday, June 22, 2009

Incredible Sound Show Stories 5 - Yellow Street Boutique

Time for instalment 5 of the Incredible Sound Show Stories, this time centered on the UK R&B scene circa 1964-65. Many gems à la Them and Yarbirds are to be discovered thanks to Dig The Fuzz Records and their world known Rubber Biscuit Studios. As stated on the original Lp, there has been NO digital remastering… and it does sound very original, let's say. Of particular note on this volume is The Silence, an early incarnation of John's Children and probably one of the few bands to really capture the essence of an era.

Enter the Yellow Street Boutique here.


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Anonymous said...

I am not going to be original this time, so all I am going to say that your blog rocks, sad that I don't have suck a writing skills