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euphoria's id single side hey joe Performer: (interprete) The Euphoria's ID
Album Title (titre de l'album)

Deception's Ice / Hey Joe

Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:44
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): 7" single
Label: EADIT
Cat. Number (Référence): 201 365 - 201 366
Mono / Stereo: mono
Origin of medium: USA
©: recorded (enregistré) 1966
®: released (paru) 1966
Country of Interpreter: 60's Band from Saco, Maine, USA
Members: (membres) Jimmy Drown: Guitar, Vocals
Terry Drown: Bass, Vocals
Skip Smith: Drums
Jay Snyder: Organ
David Wakefield: Blues harp, Sax, Tambourine, Vocals
gb_flag Slavko Mustapić from Croatia, sent me the pictures of this rare 7" single. I thank him very much
fr_flag Slavko Mustapić de Croatie, m'a envoyé les photos de ce rare 45 tours. Je le remercie beaucoup

euphoria's id single side deception's ice

Same version of Hey Joe on following media / Même version sur les supports suivants:

euphoria's id lp pebbles 22 front

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Performer (Interprete): Euphoria's ID
album Title (titre de l'album) PEBBLES N° 22 - On this LP the band is named EUPHORICS ID
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:44
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): LP various
Label: AIP
Cat. Nr / Référence: AIP 10037
Mono / Stereo: Mono
Origin of medium: USA
©: recorded (enregistré) 1966
®: released (paru) 1987
 



euphoria's id cd new england teen scene front Performer (Interprete): The Euphoria's ID
album Title (titre de l'album) NEW ENGLAND TEEN SCENE
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:44
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): CD various
Label: EL DIABLO RECORDS
Cat. Nr / Référence: EL DIABLO 1002
Mono / Stereo: Mono
Origin of medium: USA
©: recorded (enregistré) 1966
®: released (paru) 1994
 


euphoria's id cdr i'm losing tonight front Performer (Interprete): The Euphoria's ID
album Title (titre de l'album) I'M LOSING TONIGHT! Vol. 6
30 MOODY, GARAGE-FOLKPUNK GEMS FROM THE MID-SITIES
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:44
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): CDr
Label: Paradise of Garage Comps (blog)
Cat. Nr / Référence: Compiled by caveman78
Mono / Stereo: Mono
Origin of medium: USA?
©: recorded (enregistré) 1966
®: released (paru) 2012?
 


euphoria's id cdr mastering the art of french kissing front Performer (Interprete): The Euphoria's ID
album Title (titre de l'album) MASTERING THE ART OF FRENCH KISSING
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:44
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): CDr (Nr 103 of 1000)
Label: GOLDEN RETRIEVER RECORDS
Cat. Nr / Référence: Golden Retriever Records 1000
Mono / Stereo: Mono
Origin of medium: USA
©: recorded (enregistré) 1966
®: released (paru) 2003
 


EUPHORIA’S ID – Mastering The Art Of French Kissing. Golden Retriever Records 1000. 60’s garage rock band from Maine.
NEW CD. This release issued in 2003, in a  edition of 1000 on CD-R (this is an “official” release) each disc hand numbered and initialed by producer and organ player Jay Snyder, with professionally printed informative insert.
MEMBERS:
  Jimmy Drown, Terry Drown, Skip Smith, Jay Snyder, and David Wakefield.
TRACKS:  Morning Dew, Hey Joe, Deception’s Ice, I Just Don’t Understand You Baby, The Joker, So Fine, Pipeline, Louie Louie, Little Latin Lupe Lu, Bony Moronie, I’m Thinking Of You, Runaway, Wild Weekend, All My Loving, Time, Walking The Dog, Anyway You Want It, Don’t Count On Me, and Why.
DESCRIPTION:  As long ago as the mid 1960s, there were mop-haired kids along Maine’s seacoast who were making a play for mainstream rock stardom. The most notable
of these were called Euphoria’s Id, and though they broke up more than 30 years ago, their recordings have just been released on CD. Jay Snyder, the Id’s organ player, recently founded his own label, Golden Retriever Records. His first release is the Id’s Mastering the Art of French Kissing, a collection of the group’s three professionally recorded 45s, as well as more than a dozen songs recorded in rehearsals, offered with extensive liner notes by Snyder. Previously, only a few of the Id’s tracks were available on CD, on a compilation called New England Teen Scene, which AMG describes as "the sound of teen bands making their first (and usually, only) record in
the cut-it-quick-and-fast recording conditions of the time." This was certainly the case for Euphoria’s Id who, as Snyder tells it in the liner notes, found their way to AAA Recording Studios in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and "met an encouraging person, whose motto might have been, ‘I never met a buck I didn’t like.’ He told us we were the best band he’d ever heard and that we could ‘make it.’ " It was well after they’d recorded their singles that they realized the engineer had distorted the vocals and cymbals. So much for high fidelity. Throughout the mid-’60s, the Id continued changing their name (the Electrons, the Nomads, the Id, and finally Euphoria’s Id) and growing as a band.
They sacked their original guitarist. They replaced him with Jimmy Drown who had a Tremolux amp, with that single-coil, chunky sound, chops, taste, and a repertoire. They recorded three singles on their own Eadit label, all of which appear on Mastering the Art of French Kissing, before going their separate ways in college. Id blues-harp/sax man David Wakefield ended up playing with Red Light Review and Bill Chinnock. Jimmy Drown and drummer Skip Smith would go on to form the popular local rock band the Blend, which released several albums on MCA in the early ’70s and Snyder pursued his musical Muse to Boston University, and eventually to LA.


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