Wild Thing - Various - Sixties Beat (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Wild Things, from the following year is fun, in a kitschy sort of way. The album includes rock and pop tunes that were practically inescapable in The Ventures capture some of the heaviness and distortion that was finding its way into mid-sixties rock, but they had been doing that for several years/5(14).
  2. Wild Thing, subtitled "The Sixties DVD Jukebox," is a great little multi-artist DVD release drawn from the same Beat Club and Musikladen material -- both owned by Radio Bremen -- that most of the rest of this library comes from, but it also contains performance clips by various outfits that are otherwise not represented in Classic Pictures.
  3. Various: The Sixties (2-LP) (Rhino UK-Warner) 28 Tracks - Klappcover - The Sixties bietet über 28 Klassiker auf 2 LPs inklusive unvergessenen Hits von The Righteous Brothers, The Animals, The Hollies, Ben E King, The Monkees, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Aretha Franklin und vielen mehr!
  4. Variouss & 70s Goofy Greats UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Bread And Butter - The New Beats 2. Alley Oop - Hollywood Argyles 3. Loop Di Loop - Johnny Thunder 4. Wild Thing - Troggs 5. The Birds And The Bees - Jewel Akins 6. Big Six - Judge Dread 7. Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Curtis Lee 8. You Talk Too Much.
  5. Various: The Sixties (2-LP) (Rhino UK-Warner) 28 Tracks - Gatefold cover - The Sixties features over 28 classics on 2 LPs including unforgettable hits from The Righteous Brothers, The Animals, The Hollies, Ben E King, The Monkees, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Aretha Franklin and many more!
  6. Direct Source's 60's: Wild Things promises more than it delivers. Seeing a track list that included such great rockers as the Shadows of Knight's "Gloria," the Troggs' "Wild Thing," Mitch Ryder's "Devil With a Blue Dress On" and the Box Tops' "The Letter" might get you kind of excited. Even though there are only ten tracks (and Gerry & the Pacemakers' "Ferry Cross the Mersey" sticks out like a 3/
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sixties Beat on Discogs/5(2).
  8. One artist covering another's hits or a live album by an artist is a different matter, but please, please, for your sake and mine, do not encourage this bad behavior. Do NOT purchase this album. It is much wiser to buy Millenium Collections, Singers & Songwriters series, Have a Nice Day 70's series, anything by Rhino, anything by Razor & Tie /5(5).

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