BAROQUES, LES - SUCH A CAD

BAROQUES, LES - SUCH A CAD

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: PSEUDONYM

Release date: 24/11/2015

Barcode: 2090504109000

Catalog no.: VP0099057

Item ID: 410900

A superb compilation of Dutch heroes LES BAROQUES, featuring A- and B-sides and albumtracks from the years 1965-1968. Les Baroques, founded in the town of Baarn in 1964, are appreciated by connoisseurs for their smart lyrics, compelling melodies, consistently inventive arrangements and unusual instrumentation. With songs ranging from garage-rock to (freak)beat, and from r'n'b to psychedelic pop, this imaginative collection will keep you glued to your stereo from start to finish, over and over again! PRESSED ON 180-gram vinyl and featuring remastered sound (from the original tapes) and a deluxe, heavy gatefold sleeve (incl. many single covers, rare photos, liner notes and interviews), this is an essential release for any fan of energetic, unpolished and slightly odd mid-late '60s music. Edition of 500 copies!
CHAPTER A:
1. Silky (2:46) - single version
2. My Lost Love (1:51)
3. Such A Cad (2:33)
4. Summer Beach (2:38)
5. I know (That You'll Be Mine) (2:31)
6. She's Mine (2:57)
7. I'll Send You To The Moon (2:30)
8. Troubles (3:32)
CHAPTER B:
1. I Was Wrong (2:01)
2. My Destiny (2:17)
3. Real Love (2:03)
4. Working On A Tsjing Tsjang (2:17)
5. Dream Maker (2:51)
6. Bottle Party (2:41)
7. Indication (2:28)
8. When You're Feeling Good (2:24)
9. Without Feeling, Without Mind (3:11)

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