Saturday, July 21, 2012

Various Artists - Piccadilly Sunshine Part 3 (1967-70 uk, groovie psych pop)




Artists - Tracks
1. Grapefruit - Ain't It Good - 2:33
2. Sight And Sound - Little Jacky Monday - 2:15
3. J.A. Freedman - Dance With The Man In The Teapot - 2:29
4. Dukes Nobleman - Thank You For Your Loving - 3:00
5. Montanas - Hey Diddle Diddle - 2:23
6. Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera - Dreamy - 2:30
7. Spectrum - Samantha's Mine - 2:19
8. Vanity Park - Waiting For Nightfall - 2:32
9. Young Idea - Mr. Lovin' Luggage Man - 2:24
10.Dave Clark Five - Man In The Pinstripe Suit  - 1:51
11.Now - The Handle On The Clack Stands Still- 3:21
12.Keith Field - Stop! Thief - 2:10
13.Paul Jones - Come Into My Muisic Box - 2:39
14.Cupid's Inspiration - Look At Me - 2:16
15.Peanuts - Emily - 3:09
16.Shoes - What In The World - 2:47
17.Twinset - Sneakin' Up On You - 2:23
18.Wath Committee - Now I Think The Other Way - 2:00
19.John Bryant - She's In Need Of Love - 3:21
20.Tony River And The Castaways - Pantomime - 3:45
21.Denis Couldry And The Next Collection - I Am Nearly There - 3:16
22.Grapefruit - Come Down To The Station - 2:59
23.Martha Velez - Swamp Man  - 2:50
24.Keith Field - The Day That War Broke Out - 3:03
25. Hayden Wood - The Last One To Know - 2:29

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4 comments:

  1. Interesting one...I never heard of it or at least don't remember. But, hey! have a look at this, it doesn't really match...or the other volume in the database for that matters...http://comps.soybomb.com/compsproject/comptitle2.php?&scompid=3247&lifilter=4&lispeed=1

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  2. Hi Aldo,
    this isn't from the "Past & Present" series, It's from another label (promo copy) that's why these Number 3's don't match together.
    Thank you.

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  3. Wow, that's a very great sampler!!!! Thanks a lot, Marios!

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  4. Yes Marios, I noticed right after my comment that this was a promo...but what's the story then?
    it's a supposed part 3...
    The Past and Present series appears as recent, I know they reissued many things over the years, most famously Rubble but they left them as they were...so I imagined initially it was a reissue of an older comp but I didn't investigate much further.

    just curious of course, thanks for sharing. Any other volumes?

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