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VA - Jon Savage’s 1965: The Year The Sixties Ignited (2018)

15-05-2018, 20:52
2018 | Pop | Oldies | Rock | FLAC / APE


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Title: Jon Savage’s 1965: The Year The Sixties Ignited
Year Of Release: 2018
Label: Ace
Genre: Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Blue-eyed Soull, Rock & Roll, Beat, Mod
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks, .cue, log)
Total Time: 59:47 + 01:01:55
Total Size: 302 / 410 Mb (scans)
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VA - Jon Savage’s 1965: The Year The Sixties Ignited (2018)


Tracklist:

CD 1:
1. Concrete and Clay - Unit 4 + 2
2. Land of a Thousand Dances Pt. 1 - Thee Midnighters
3. Shotgun - Jr. Walker & The All Stars
4. Come and Stay With Me - Marianne Faithfull
5. That's the Way It's Got to Be - The Poets
6. Fortune Teller - Tony Jackson & The Vibrations
7. Twine Time - Alvin Cash & The Crawlers
8. Starnger in Town - Del Shannon
9. Nowhere to Run - Martha and The Vandellas
10. Iko Iko - The Dixie Cups
11. Boot Leg - Booker T. and The M.G.'s
12. Leaving Here - The Birds
13. I'm Alive - The Hollies
14. Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind - Vashti
15. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere - The Who
16. Incense - The Anglos
17. The Price of Love - The Everly Brothers
18. Boss Hoss - The Sonics
19. Nobody Knows What's Goin' On (In My Mind But Me) - The Chiffons
20. Heart Full of Soul - The Yardbirds
21. Agent Double-O Soul - Edwin Starr
22. In the Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett
23. Too Many People - The Leaves
24. See My Friends - The Kinks

CD 2:
1. I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better - The Byrds
2. Buttermilk Part 1 - Sly
3. Anything - The Vejtables
4. Can't Seem to Make You Mine - The Seeds
5. Are You a Boy Or Are You a Girl - The Barbarians
6. London Town - The Pretty Things
7. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away - The Silkie
8. From a Buick 6 - Bob Dylan
9. If You Gotta Go, Go Now - Manfred Mann
10. Papa's Got a Brand New Bag - James Brown
11. Ain't That Peculiar - Marvin Gaye
12. Can You Hear Me - Lee Dorsey
13. It's My Life - The Animals
14. You Just Gotta Know My Mind - Karen Verros
15. Blow Your Mind - The Gas Company
16. The Train from Kansas City - The Shangri-Las
17. You've Got What I Want - The Sorrows
18. Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) - Donovan
19. Girl from the North Country - Link Wray
20. I've Got Mine - Small Faces
21. The Duck - Jackie Lee
22. The Story of John Hardy - Sir Douglas Quintet
23. We Sell Soul - The Spades
24. My World Is Empty Without You - The Supremes

The second book-end to Jon Savage's hugely popular 1966 Faber book and Ace compilation and to last year's 1967 CD follow-up, this prequel double CD based around 1965 represents the lead up and context to all that was about to happen. A genre-spanning mix of hit singles, slow burners and lost gems from soul, funk, psych, garage and rock n roll, these are the 45s that defined the year, captured the mood and crystallised Jon Savage's personal memories of the year. Dylan, denim, soft drugs and political disaffection, 1965 saw the death of Churchill and the rise of civil rights. 1965 was the year the sixties ignited

In the era of endless playlists, numerous 'curated' cultural retrospectives, not to mention island-sized landfill compilations, and never mind mixtapes, where does one begin? A trusted source would combine the knowledge and insight of the historian, the sidewalk social scientist's grasp of pop political milieu, and the blazing enthusiasm of a trufan. These songs tell a story, but you can also just dance to them. Hit after hit - some canonically familiar, others belonging to another, overlooked history. Of the trilogy (to date, all great) of double disc 60s retrospectives assembled by Savage and released by Ace recordings, this, perhaps unexpectedly, carries the most thrilling charge. The excitement is palpable, an anticipation of a culture about to accelerate into high gear. The incipient feeling of explosive potential is a thrill. We know what happened next; with this CD one can time travel and experience a moment in which cultural tectonic plates began to shift, a future as yet unwritten. Inspiring. And it rocks too. I cant wait for 1964, 1968 and so on.





gozo2014   User offline   15 May 2018 22:44  


thanx Forma

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Mochicatt   User offline   15 May 2018 22:45  


Thanks! Any chance of getting the 1967 comp, too?

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mufty77   User offline   15 May 2018 22:53  


Many thanks for lossless.

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Mook   User offline   15 May 2018 23:05  


Let's not forget 1966. :) Thanks for this one.

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mmom   User offline   16 May 2018 04:02  


...and maybe made available to non-Premium users?

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JAMOON   User offline   16 May 2018 08:44  


Many thanks for lossless

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