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The Sound Of '65
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Album: The Sound Of '65
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hoochie Coochie
2)    Baby Make Love to Me
3)    Neighbour Neighbour
4)    Early in the Mourning
5)    Spanish Blues
6)    Oh Baby
7)    Little Girl
8)    I Want You
9)    Wade in the Water
10)    Got My Mojo Working
11)    Train Time
12)    Baby Be Good to Me
13)    Half a Man
14)    Tammy
15)    Hi-Heel Sneakers
16)    Hoochie Coochie Man
17)    Little Girl
18)    Strut Around
19)    Long Tall Shorty
20)    Long Legged Baby
21)    Tell Me (I'm Gonna Love Again)
22)    Love Come Shinning Through
 

Album: The Sound Of '65
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hoochie Coochie
2)    Baby Make Love to Me
3)    Neighbour Neighbour
4)    Early in the Mourning
5)    Spanish Blues
6)    Oh Baby
7)    Little Girl
8)    I Want You
9)    Wade in the Water
10)    Got My Mojo Working
11)    Train Time
12)    Baby Be Good to Me
13)    Half a Man
14)    Tammy
15)    Hi-Heel Sneakers
16)    Hoochie Coochie Man
17)    Little Girl
18)    Strut Around
19)    Long Tall Shorty
20)    Long Legged Baby
21)    Tell Me (I'm Gonna Love Again)
22)    Love Come Shinning Through
 
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  • Graham Bond Organisation: Graham Bond (vocals, saxophone, keyboards); Jack Bruce (vocals, bass guitar); Dick Heckstall-Smith (saxophone); Ginger Baker (drums).
  • Although the Organization's first album was recorded a mere year or two before Cream's debut, it bears little resemblance to Cream's pioneering hard blues-rock. Instead, it's taut British R&B with a considerable jazz influence. That influence comes not so much from the rhythm section as saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith and lead singer/organist Bond himself. This LP is not as exciting or rock-oriented as those of contemporaries like the Rolling Stones or John Mayall, but is respectably gritty, mostly original material, with an occasionally nasty edge. There are some obscure treasures of the British R&B explosion to be found here, including the original version of "Train Time" (later performed by Cream), the thrilling bass runs on "Baby Be Good to Me," and the group's hardboiled rearrangements of such traditional standards as "Wade in the Water" and "Early in the Morning." Even their blatant stab at commercialism (the ballad "Tammy") has its charm. ~ Richie Unterberger
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