1967

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PAUL HANSEN

Early guitar-and-voice folksinger album here, and quite a nice one I’d say. Hansen’s songwriting and delivery are similar to that...

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KENT, CLIFF AND PHIL

Kent Kilboume, Cliff Raymond and Phil Roughton: three young clean-cut grandmother-approved gentlemen expressing simple harmless guitar and-bass harmonized folk covers...

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JOE NEWMAN QUINTET

John Gensel and Joe Newman had been discussing a way of trying to use jazz in a worship service and...

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COBBLERS

Another four-song EP in their loungy electric beat format, inching closer to the sound heard on their full-length 1p. In...

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CROSSBEATS

For the collector there was one additional single this one which has two cuts from their 1967 album. They are...

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CROSSBEATS

See the review under If Only / He Wants To Know (Pilgrim PSR 7001) 1965 UK * diakoneo

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MARCY

See the review under Happy Day Express (Corner Stone MT-111 LP) 1966? diakoneo

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MORE OR LESS FIVE

Standard ‘60s priest folk in the manner of The Montfort Singers, The Paul Quinlan Trio or early Dameans. Fifteen songs,...

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FISHERMEN (UK)

Primitive four—man electric beat outfit from the early British scene. Not nearly as energetic or original as The Crossbeats or...

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