Dream of The West (The Joe Meek Collection: Volume 1) Original recording remastered
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The Outlaws was one of Joe Meek's house bands, who normally performing uncredited on numerous recordings. They made only one album 'Dream of The West' (released in 1961) with Joe Meek writing and producing all the tracks on this legendary album, under his pseudonym Robert Duke. As the album and the track titles suggest, it was a wild west inspired album, although more The Shadows' 'Apache' than country & western. This CD also features their 1961 singles with Mike Berry and also their uncredited No.1 hit 'Johnny Remember Me' with John Leyton and their non-album singles from the same year. TRACK LISTING 1. Dream Of The West 2. The Outlaws 3. Husky Team 4. Rodeo 5. Smoke Signals 6. Ambush 7. Barbecue 8. Spring Is Near 9. Indian Brave 10. Homeward Bound 11. Western Sunset 12. Tune For Short Cowboys BONUS TRACKS 13. Swingin' Low 14. Valley Of The Sioux 15. Crazy Drums 16. Johnny Remember Me (with John Leyton) 17. Will You Love Me Tomorrow (with Mike Berry) 18. My Baby Doll (with Mike Berry) 19. Tribute To Buddy Holly (with Mike Berry) 20. What's The Matter (with Mike Berry)
Top Customer Reviews
This was the Shadows era and if you like guitar instrumentals of the 60,s
this is for you Joe Meek style,and plenty of Cowboys &Indians thrown in.
A group that at one time had Chas Hodges and Ritchie Blackmore
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great sounds from the meek stable and a very prompt servicePublished 20 months ago by Mr. Trevor William Wade
Nice product but the jewel case was of the cheepest quaility. It was very thin, so it cracked during the delivery and I had to replace it... Read morePublished on 29 Nov. 2013 by Uwe Sierts