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A1I Just Don't Care (Engler-Askew) United Artists/Veep 2nd Single A-side
A2Hi-Heel Sneakers (Higginbotham) Unreleased live cellar rehearsal
A3Love Could Show Me (Wadhams-Askew) Unreleased Dick Charles Studio NYC Demo
A4Don't You Know (Wadhams-Askew) United Artists/Veep Records 1st Single A-side
A5No Hope For Me (Wadhams-Askew) United Artists/Veep Records 1st Single B-side
A6Like I Love You (Wadhams-Askew) Red Bird Records 4th Single B-side
A7Every Minute of Every Day (Wadhams-Askew) Kapp Records 3rd Single B-side
B1So Little Time (Wadhams-Askew) Kapp Records 3rd Single A-side
B2Boom Boom Boom (Hooker) Unreleased cellar rehearsal Demo
B3When I'm Gone (Wadhams-Askew) Unreleased A&R Studios NYC Demo
B4Empty Hear (Nanker/Phelge) Unreleased live cellar rehearsal
B5It's Cruel (Engler-Evans-Wadhams) Unreleased cellar rehearsal Demo
B6Night On Fire (Wadhams-Askew) Unreleased Synchron Studios Demo
B7I Wanna Shout! (Engler-Evans-Wadhams) Unreleased Live Performance Worcester
D-MenI Wanna Shout!
Break-A-Way | Item No: 371275
Vinyl LP | 2014 / EU – Original | New
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US Garage/Beatband from Stamford, Connecticut. Painstakingly remastered at Pauler Acoustics. Collection of rare 1964-66 Singles and unreleased recordings. Great LP sized full glossy 4-page Insert w/pics and history by Goldmine writer Joseph Tortelli. Take the 14 tunes of this platter, add a band named The D-Men, and you've got a driving, shaking demonstration of US mid 1960's British invasion influenced Garage'n'Roll. The D-Men are best remembered today for their minor hit success with 45s such as "I Just Dont Care" or "So Little Time". Their biggest success and recognition though, came in 1967 under their new name "The Fifth Estate" when they charted nationwide with their baroque rock adaptation "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead". But its the 1964 - 66 recorded tracks on this platter which were first played to the neighbourhood kids and then to wild fans which often brought the house down. Included are "Boom Boom," "Hi Heel Sneakers," and their unreleased demo recording of The Stones "Empty Heart".