Various - Joe Meek, Hits From 304 Holloway Road - LP


Though he's been dead for nearly 50 years, Joe Meek remains one of the most fascinating and influential figures in British pop music. A brilliant and prolific producer and songwriter -- despite his inability to either play an instrument or read music -- Meek also happened to be an occultist, paranoiac, suicidal depressive, and, to top it all off, a murderer. Though only 37 at the time of his death Meek left a large body of work rivaled only by his equally inspired/insane competitor across the pond, Phil Spector. This brand new collection on Wax Love brings together 18 of Meek's finest early '60s pop productions back to life on vinyl, the format they were made for. Features performances by John Leyton, Mike Berry & The Outlaws, Geoff Goddard, Neil Christian & The Crusaders, Screaming Lord Sutch, Moontrekkers, Tornados, Danny Rivers, Cliff Bennet & The Rebel Rousers, Michael Cox, Pat Reader, Ian Gregory, Tony Victor, and Carter Lewis & The Southerners.

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Side A

  1. John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me
  2. Mike Berry & the Outlaws - My Baby Doll
  3. Geoff Goddard - Girl Bride
  4. Neil Christian & the Crusaders - Big Beat Drum
  5. Screaming Lord Sutch - Good Golly Miss Molly
  6. Moontrekkers - Night Of The Vampire
  7. Tornados - Jungle Fever
  8. Danny Rivers - Can't You Hear My Heart
  9. Cliff Bennet & the Rebel Rousers - You Got What I Like

Side B

  1. Tornados - Telstar
  2. Mike Berry - A Tribute To Buddy Holly
  3. John Leyton - Heart Of Stone
  4. Cliff Bennet & the Rebel Rousers - Hurtin' Inside
  5. Michael Cox- Stand Up
  6. Pat Reader - Cha Cha On The Moon
  7. Ian Gregory - Mr Lovebug
  8. Tony Victor - Dear One
  9. Carter Lewis & the Southerners - Two Timing Baby


Artist Various
Plattenlabel Wax Love
Format LP
Released 2018
Produzent Joe Meek
Country of Manufacture Italien
Lieferzeit 2-3 Werktage *


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