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Them - In Reality Clear Vinyl Edition Edition
In Reality Clear Vinyl Edition Edition
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Klimt)
20,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
In 1971, following the departure of his bandmate Jerry Cole, bassist Alan Henderson joined forces with U.S. guitarist Jim Parker and drummer John Stark to make this lost power trio classic -- the last to be issued under the legendary Them moniker. It opens with a searing medley of the Them classics "Gloria" and "Baby Please Don't Go," boasting superb interplay and savage psychedelic guitar throughout. Elsewhere, Stark and Parker flex their songwriting muscles on a series of powerful compositions, and even an acid-folk number. Like its equally-overlooked predecessor, this lost classic is guaranteed to find favor with fans of top-end garage rock.
Them - Them Again
Them - The
Them - The Belfast Gypsies
The Belfast Gypsies
LP | 1967 | EU | Reissue (Audio Clarity)
16,99 €*
Release:1967 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Belfast blues-rock showband Them was formed in 1964 at the blues club established by Van Morrison at the Maritime Hotel, the singles “Gloria” and “Here Comes The Night” making a dramatic impact. Following an American tour where the group played joint dates with The Doors, Morisson and bassist Alan Henderson found that a rival Them had been formed by keyboardist/drummer Pat McAuley, with guitarist Billy Harrison soon replaced by Pat’s brother Jackie. Legal action forced a name change to The Other Them, the new group recording singles for Island under the moniker Freaks of Nature, produced by noted American songwriter Kim Fowley. The album’s worth of material the group recorded with Fowley was issued in Sweden in 1967 on the Sonet label, and credited to The Belfast Gypsies.
Them - Back In The Garden Where Death Sleeps
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