Beatedelic Records 60s and 70s Vinyl, CDs, original pressings and reissues

The Satin Bells - Come C'mon, Caught
Year: 1969    7": 90,00 EUR

Bobby Vee - Run To Him
Year: 1961    7": 18,00 EUR

Harry Diewald, Ronny Peller - Komm' tanzen wir La Bamba
Year: 1965    7": 19,00 EUR

The Stellas - Wooly Bully, Fortune Teller
Year: 1966    7": 18,90 EUR

The Blizzards - Ohne dich (Heart Full Of Soul)
Year: 1965    7": 55,00 EUR

The Blizzards - Diamonds
Year: 1963    7": 9,00 EUR

The Blizzards - Hiawatha
Year: 1963    7" : 12,00 EUR

The Allrounds - Carmen Romantica
Year: 1966    7": 22,00 EUR

The Crystals - Da Doo Ron Ron
Year: 1963    7" : 10,00 EUR

Unit 4 Plus 2 - A Place To Go, Butterfly
Year: 1967    7" : 10,00 EUR

The Hi-Fi's - I'm A Box, No Two Ways
Year: 1967    7" : 12,00 EUR

Grant Tracy And The Sunsets - Teenbeat
Year: 1963    LP: 50,00 EUR

Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Like It?
Year: 1963    LP: 17,00 EUR

Herman's Hermits
Year: 1965    LP: 28,00 EUR

Freddie And The Dreamers - You Were Mad For Me
Year: 1960s    LP: 28,00 EUR

Billy J. Kramer And The Dakotas
Year: 1965    LP: 35,00 EUR

Peter And Gordon - Somewhere...
Year: 1966    LP: 20,00 EUR

Freddie And The Dreamers - See You Later Alligator
Year: 1960s    LP: 30,00 EUR

The Fleetwoods - Deep In A Dream
Year: 1961    LP: 12,00 EUR

Chad & Jeremy - Second Album
Year: 1965    LP: 30,00 EUR

Buddy Knox - Golden Hits
Year: 1962    LP: 22,00 EUR

Johnny Tillotson - Alone With You
Year: 1964    LP: 12,00 EUR

Sylvie Vartan - Gift Wrapped From Paris
Year: 1965    LP: 42,00 EUR

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The Sparrow
The Sparrow
The Sparrow
The Sparrow
The Complete CBS Recordings 1966-67
13,50 EUR

Media: CD
Condition: New Copy
Label: Rev Ola
Year: 1966-67
Country: UK
Cat. Number: CRREV234

Dennis Edmonton, drummer Jerry Edmonton and bass player Nick St Nicholas had all played together in Toronto 'British Invasion' band, Jack London & The Sparrows in 1965. When the group split from singer Jack London, they added new members, going through a succession of future Canadian music stars, even swapping members back and forth with the legendary Mynah Birds, before settling on permanent members John Kay and Goldy McJohn.
Soon, their new, high energy blues-rock style got them the attention of the Rolling Stones agent Jerry Brandt, who got them a prestige gig at Sybil Burton's hot nightclub Arthur in the summer of 1966. A deal with Columbia Records followed, with a single "Tomorrow's Ship" being the result. It failed to chart, as did the followup "Green Bottle Lover", and The Sparrow decamped for California, playing at every legendary venue with everyone you care to mention, to a fair amount of acclaim.

In June 1967, however, Dennis Edmonton announced his decision to go solo, changing his name to Mars Bonfire. This effectively fragmented the group, with St. Nicholas and new guitarist Michael Monarch joining members of the Hard Times as T.I.M.E...though Monarch soon left to join the other Sparrows in their new project Steppenwolf...who broke through with songs written by Mars Bonfire like "Born To Be Wild"....and were soon rejoined by St. Nicholas... and so it was that all the members of The Sparrow were involved in the phenomenal success of Steppenwolf!

Please check out audio samples!

05. Bright Lights, Big City
08. King Pin
11. Green Bottle Lover
13. Tomorrow's Ship
14. Twisted
16. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man

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