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here and after cd front g45 unwaxed Performer: (interprete) The HERE AND AFTER
Album Title (titre de l'album) G45 UNWAXED - Unreleased 60's Garage Kuts From Acetate
HERE AND AFTER's tracks: Hey Joe and Talk Talk
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:22
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): 2 CD's various
Label: FINE RECORDING STUDIO © Mark L. Taylor
Cat. Number (Référence):
Mono / Stereo: Mono
Origin of medium: Australia
©: recorded (enregistré) 1967
®: released (paru) 2008
Country of Interpreter: 60's band from Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Members: (membres) ?
Mark L. Taylor compiled these 2 CD's "G45 UNWAXED" with acetates from Fine Recording Studio

All pictures and text about Mark L. Taylor on this page: copyright © Mark L. Taylor http://www.finerecordingstudio.com/g45central/index.php


LINKS
Hey Joe and Talk Talk in flv format: http://www.spinthegroove.com/ and search "Here and after"
sleeve CD G45 UNWAXED: http://expo67-cavestones.blogspot.com/2008/07/g45-unwaxed.html
picture acetate Hey Joe: http://www.finerecordingstudio.com/acetates/scan0033.jpg
picture acetate talk Talk: http://www.finerecordingstudio.com/acetates/scan0034.jpg

  G45 UNWAXED
  CD 1   CD2
  1 Coachmen / Too Many Reasons 2:40   1   Muphets / One Thing   1:54
  2 Loved Ones / Life Of My Own 2:58   2   Gestures / Run Run Run (alternate)   2:16
  3 Blue Embers / I Don't Want To See You 2:30   3   Thorns / This Is The End   2:26
  4 Unknown / Voodoo 2:34   4   Fanatics / Bitter Bells (original backing vocals)   2:11
  5 Briks / It's Your Choice 3:00   5   Muphets / My Money   2:35
  6 Noblemen / I'm Gone 1:49   6   Hollow Steps / They Hear About Me   3:03
  7 Nightcrwalers / Want Me 2:35   7   4 Dimensions / I Feel So Well   2:14
  8 Fanatics / Woman 2:42   8   Spiders / Where Is She   2:52
  9 Apparitions / She's So Satisfyin' 3:20   9   Michelle's Menagerie / Stay Away   2:39
  10 Others / I Love You So 2:13   10   Unknowns / She's In Another World   2:35
  11 Blue Embers / She Was So Bad 2:30   11   Mike Harvey & The Four Keys / You're The One   2:03
  12 Thorns / I Want You 2:32   12   Reasons Why / Gotta Get You Off My Mind   2:17
  13 Jagged Edge / Gonna Find My Way 2:39   13   Muphets / You Don't Worry Me   2:52
  14 Henchmen / Get Off My Back 3:30   14   Hollow Steps / Hung Up To You   2:10
  15 Dave & The Wanderers / My Heart Is In Pain 2:20   15   Unknown / Look Out For The Number One   2:12
  16 Unknown / Blue Jean Man 2:11   16   Raven / My Man   2:30
  17 Straight Jackets / I'm On My Own 2:25   17   4 Dimensions / Daddy Rabbit   2:27
  18 Six Minus One / Fun And Games 2:53   18   Unknown / Look For Me, Babe   2:16
  19 Whereabouts / Gloria 2:45   19   Unknowns / Sun Go Away   3:02
  20 Hayze / She Won't Come Back 2:01   20   Muphets / Cold Winds   2:03
  21 Loved Ones / La Da Do Da Da 3:56   21   Creations / Get On My Train   2:58
  22 Creations / I've Paid My Dues 2:45   22   Apparitions / Midnite Hour   2:56
  23 Magpies / Hey Hey Hey Hey 2:22   23   Spiders / La Da Do Dah   2:54
  24 Sheep / Thinkin' About It 3:01   24   Type 5 / Louie, Go Home   2:13
  25 Here And After / Talk Talk 1:41   25   Type 5 / Leaving You   2:15
  26 Here And After / Hey Joe 2:25   26   Method / Free As The Wind   2:16
  27 Reasons Why / You Better Change Your Ways 2:46   27   Calico Wall / I'm a Living Sickness   2:41
  28 Mersey Men / Leave That Woman Alone 2:33   28   Rising Tides / Take The World As It Comes   2:30
  29 Group One / Louie Louie 5:23   29   Half Beats / Should I   3:00
  30 Arthur's Thumb / Love Makes The World Go Round 2:44   30   Hayze / You Would Say To Me   5:31
          31   Cirkit / Please Come Back   3:56


in interview Mark said:

Fine Recording Studio 1947-1977
In December 2002, a shipping container arrived in Sydney, Australia. Its contents largely unknown, it was unloaded into a warehouse in East Botany. For the next 6 months a story unfolded, a history of the recorded music of Rochester, NY, from the immediate post-war era, until the untimely death in 1977 of studio owner and jazz big band leader Vincent Giancursio, aka Vince Jan, aged 58. The studio later suffered fire and flood damage.

The contents of the container, as they were unpacked, revealed hidden musical treasure representing every genre and diversity of the era. Big band jazz and lounge music, popular songs, country and western, rockabilly and incredible gospel groups dominate the 1950's. Following this came early beat and pop groups, early garage r&r, northern soul and funk, culminating in a slew of brilliant undiscovered garage punk masterpieces, the reason for the existence of this site.
After 1967, psychedelic and progressive styles took hold, and the energy was lost. However, the story must, and will, be told...

The mysterious contents of the Fine Recording Studio of Rochester, NY, as they remained for over 25 years
basement walls
the dance band with the sound
the slime and the stench
paraphernalia central
Fine Label discography
essential interviews
Ersel Hickey at Fine Studios 1957
curator
thanks and credits
60's garage music list


Name: Mark L. Taylor
Email: bosshoss@bigpond.net.au

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same version of Hey Joe on: / même version de Hey Joe sur:

lp lows in mid sixties volume 54 kosmic city part 2 front

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Performer (Interprete): THE HERE AND AFTER
album Title (titre de l'album) LOWS IN THE MID SIXTIES Volume 54: Kosmic City Part 2
Version of Hey Joe: Leaves cover in English
Duration of Hey Joe: 2:22
Musical genre / Genre musical 60's garage
Medium (Support): LP Various
Label: NUMBERO RECORDS
Cat. Nr / Référence: NBR-004
Mono / Stereo: mono
Origin of medium: USA
©: recorded (enregistré) 1967
®: released (paru) 2015



Text from the back of the cover:
THE HERE AND AFTER
The Here and After are another testament to WHB's pervasive "no garage allowed" attitude.
A contest was held in the spring of 1967 with bands submitting demos to the station. A weekly head-to-head "battle of the airwaves" was held, with the winner advancing to meet next week's challenger. The ultimate victor's reward was to be a recording session, a 45 on some local label, and airplay on WHB. But after listeners overwhelmingly voted the quartet of Carl Palermo, John Barlow, Pete Tracazzi, and David Gaiser the champs, WHB reneged. To avoid a lawsuit, WHB doled out a few token spins, but
the hard edges on The Here and After's April, 1967, Cavern Session — resulting in "Hey Joe" and "Mister You're A Better Man Than I" — were too rough for staid
Johnny Dolan and company.

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