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Set Me Free - Gene Loves Jezebel - The House Of Dolls (Vinyl, LP, Album)

They really put on a great show that tour. I remember they had those little ramps the brothers were running and leaping from! Good times indeed. While researching I read that this was a difficult period for the band, and that there were […]. I saw them on the very same tour as well and it remains a highlight, the band were in top form.

Set Me Free - Gene Loves Jezebel - The House Of Dolls (Vinyl though Jay and Michael spent the entire show on opposite sides of the stage not even making Set Me Free - Gene Loves Jezebel - The House Of Dolls (Vinyl contact they brought the house down. The House of Dolls may have been slick and somewhat commercial but wow did they hit the nail on the head. It was a really fun tour. Not true. Shaving my neck and Promise would be a start. Seriously, where would you even suggest I start? I have the liner notes from the old albums and some magazine articles and I parse what I can find.

I stated clearly in my piece, that the itunes review could be inaccurate. The HOD tour was one of the best memories from high school. I was very bummed when you left. I dug your Edith Grove stuff. Your two biggest albums. I realize the lineups on the first two were different. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

Learn how your comment data is processed. I prefer Immigrant. After the synthesized hijinks and tomfoolery that blighted much of Henkthe Nits -- once again a four-piece with the addition of bassist Joke Geraets -- opted for a return to simplicity with In the Dutch Mountains.

The result was an album that probably did more to seduce listeners far beyond their homeland than any other, not least because it was the first to secure a release in the U. Yet although it was recorded live in the studio direct to two-track tape, this is no mere exercise in bash-it-out, one-take boogie. It's a warmly atmospheric set that contains some of the Nits' most fully realized work to date. Many of the songs are inspired by childhood memories, including the title track with its reference to the young Henk Hofstede 's assumption that there must be mountains beyond the borders of his home town of Amsterdam.

They rehearsed at the Key Club in Newcastle, which was owned by their manager, Bill Keith, who managed to get them a minute slot on Radio Luxemburg performing live, and, from that broadcast, the group was signed to Pye Records. By the Summer ofwith a year of successful gigs and two singles under their belts, the band lost Alan Hull and "Bumper" Brown, but found replacements in Colin Gibson bass and John Turnbull guitar.

The young duo had been friends since the age of five, and were both former members of The Primitive Sect, a group which also featured Bob Sergeant on organ later in Junco Partners.

A few months later, Graham Bell returned to his home town of Newcastle Album) his group, The Graham Bell Trend, had broken up due to lack of interest down south. The group secured some London gigs, and it was during a particularly scorching set at the Marquee that Don Arden approached them with an offer that they couldn't refuse: "In 9 months you'll be as big as the Stones", he said. With that, the band signed, and Arden immediately put them up in a house in Beckenham to "get it together", which they did, pouring out new songs with intricate arrangements that showcased their many talents.

To further highlight their artistic talents, they also painted the lawn red! The A-side featured a blistering killer fuzz guitar riff underpinning Graham Bell's superb soulful Spencer Davis-like vocals.

The pirates, Radio Caroline and Radio London, loved it and gave it heavy rotation, but due to the BBC's playlist policy at that time, the latter failed to pick up on a classic single. Meanwhile, work flooded in, including appearing in the cult 60s film "Smashing Time", featuring Rita Tushingham. Sadly, their music doesn't appear on the LP soundtrack. A follow-up single was required, and with more than a little influence Set Me Free - Gene Loves Jezebel - The House Of Dolls (Vinyl Don Arden, the band wrote the flower-power pop ballad, "Happy Land", which was recorded at Decca's West Hampstead studios during the first session for a projected album.

The band began to do regular sessions on John Peel's "Perfumed Garden" and became firm underground favourites. Sadly, it, too, failed to ignite record buyers' interest, and RCA sat on their album. Chris Welch, staff writer at Melody Maker, discovered the group around this time and began to write about them.

They played gigs and worked hard, gaining a respectable following over the country. The label were certainly unsure of how to market the band, as a promo 45 with "Money Man" as the A-side was pressed up in limited quantities just prior to its release, before the sides were flipped! This early version is markedly different and raw-sounding. The Album) certainly showed a return to form for the band, however, the single only sold at underground level.

Unfortunately, many of the credits were wrong, and mono pressings had stereo labels and vice-versa. To cap it all, the band were unhappy with the sound of the LP!

Under pressure, the record company had the LP re-cut, and it was re-launched a month later with a better sound and Album) orange RCA labels the original pressing had black labels For underground psych fans, this LP was a major release, and Chris Welch in Melody Maker gave it a rave review.

The LP showed the band to be experimenting with different sounds, effects, tape loops, phasing, while still retaining a classic pop music sound.

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