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Northwest Battle of The Bands Vol. 4 CD
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The previous three volumes in the Northwest Battle Of The Bands series banner have been widely acclaimed as the best reissues of the stomping mid-1960s teen scene in that far-flung part of the States. Volume Four the latest instalment, is quite possibly the best one yet with another cavalcade of rocking sounds and priceless rarities combining to make a great 60s punk package. Once again Big Beat draw on the voluminous catalogue of Seattles Jerden Records for 30 tracks of top-notch Northwest stomping n shouting. The lead cut alone, I think I Love You by Woody Carr & The Entertainers is a rarely-heard classic of 66-era grunge, and its followed in swift succession by acknowledged killers from the Express, Counts, Ceptors and many others. Familiar faces like the Sonics, Raymarks and Goodtimes make welcome return appearances and there is some blistering punk-psych from the New Yorkers, Brave New World and Emergency Exit. Also, Big Beat continue the series strong reputation by once again loading the programme with no less than a full third of unissued material, inexplicably left in the can but eminently worthy of release. With the usual detailed accompanying notes and bevy of rarely seen pix, NW Battle Volume Four is another winner.
Top Customer Reviews
The Sonics are the most famous for never having cracked the Hot 100 and were descended from a group called Jill & the Sonics who were probably high school.
The Sonics song on here is actually quite poor-its a rather daft lyric which mentions "going home to Mum and Dad".How rebellious!!
Best name on here is Jack Horner & the Plums whose contributions is a downer song about Vietman.Personally I'd rather they'd have done a beat version of the nursery rhyme they're named for
A band with the oddball name of Thee Unusuals shows a girl in the line up and who the sleeve notes refer to as one Kathi McDonald but the song here doesn't feature her.Neither does a group called Merrilee & the Turnabouts in clude the girl even though she is Merilee Rush
As usual you get a booklet full of facts'n'info