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28 weird and wonderful swinging UK releases from novelty pop to jazz, rock 'n' roll to comedy. Featuring a plethora of household names, from Adam Faith, Dudley Moore, The Dave Clark Five and Tony Hatch. And a cast of oddities from Sharkey Todd And The Monsters to Count Jim Moriarty. Stand out tunes including Jill And The Boulevards' superb 'And Now I Cry', Adam Faith's 'Carve Up' from the soundtrack of the movie, space explorations from Joe Meek, Vigilantes and Tony Hatch. Plus weird moments caught in time courtesy of Max Bygraves (no, really!) and Alma Cogan and some cool instrumental grooves from Dud, Bert Weedon, John Scott and Johnny Dankworth. A crate diggers delight destined to add a slice of crazy Britpop to any aspiring collector of the odd - plus opera completely revamped by Spike Milligan on 'My September Love'. What's not to like?Remastered from the original sound sources with sleeve notes from MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
28 weird and wonderful swinging UK releases from novelty pop to jazz, rock 'n' roll to comedy. Featuring a plethora of household names, from Adam Faith, Dudley Moore, The Dave Clark Five and Tony Hatch. And a cast of oddities from Sharkey Todd And The Monsters to Count Jim Moriarty. Stand out tunes including Jill And The Boulevards' superb 'And Now I Cry', Adam Faith's 'Carve Up' from the soundtrack of the movie, space explorations from Joe Meek, Vigilantes and Tony Hatch. Plus weird moments caught in time courtesy of Max Bygraves (no, really!) and Alma Cogan and some cool instrumental grooves from Dud, Bert Weedon, John Scott and Johnny Dankworth. A crate diggers delight destined to add a slice of crazy Britpop to any aspiring collector of the odd - plus opera completely revamped by Spike Milligan on 'My September Love'. What's not to like?Remastered from the original sound sources with sleeve notes from MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
5013929991521

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Format: CD
Label: RIGHTEOUS
Rel. Date: 06/16/2023
UPC: 5013929991521

England Swings: Lux & Ivy Dig That Uk Sound / Var
Artist: England Swings: Lux & Ivy Dig That Uk Sound / Var
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bert Weedon - Fury
2. Neil Christian - The Big Beat Drum
3. Jill And The Boulevards - And Now I Cry
4. Adam Faith - Carve Up
5. Sharkey Todd And The Monsters - Cool Gool
6. Lynn Cornell - Demon Lover
7. The Southlanders - The Mole In The Hole
8. Alma Cogan - Just Couldn't Resist Her With Her Pocket Transistor
9. The Vernons Girls - You Know What I Mean
10. Suzy Cope - Juvenile Delinquent
11. Vigilantes - Man In Space
12. Tony Hatch - Out Of This World
13. Joe Meek - March Of The Dribcots
14. John Scott - Hi Flutin' Boogie
15. The Dudley Moore Trio - Strictly For The Birds
16. Reg Owen - Payroll
17. Johnny Dankworth - African Waltz
18. Sounds Inc - Taboo
19. Gale Warning ; Her Weathermen - Met Rock
20. Max Bygraves - Diabolical Twist
21. Danny Rivers - I Got
22. Billy Boyle - My Baby's Crazy 'Bout Elvis
23. The Dave Clark Five - Chaquita
24. The Tornados - Jungle Fever
25. The Ted Taylor Four - Fried Onions
26. Charles Blackwell - Death Valley
27. The Goons - My September Love
28. Count Jim Moriarty - You Gotta Go Oww!

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28 weird and wonderful swinging UK releases from novelty pop to jazz, rock 'n' roll to comedy. Featuring a plethora of household names, from Adam Faith, Dudley Moore, The Dave Clark Five and Tony Hatch. And a cast of oddities from Sharkey Todd And The Monsters to Count Jim Moriarty. Stand out tunes including Jill And The Boulevards' superb 'And Now I Cry', Adam Faith's 'Carve Up' from the soundtrack of the movie, space explorations from Joe Meek, Vigilantes and Tony Hatch. Plus weird moments caught in time courtesy of Max Bygraves (no, really!) and Alma Cogan and some cool instrumental grooves from Dud, Bert Weedon, John Scott and Johnny Dankworth. A crate diggers delight destined to add a slice of crazy Britpop to any aspiring collector of the odd - plus opera completely revamped by Spike Milligan on 'My September Love'. What's not to like?Remastered from the original sound sources with sleeve notes from MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
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