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  • CD (10 mars 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Ace Records
  • ASIN : B000096FT5
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Disque : 1

  1. Animal Man - Kim Fowley
  2. Bubblegum - Kim Fowley
  3. Justine - THE RANGERS
  4. To Die Alone - The Bush
  5. Alley-Oop - The Hollywood Argyles
  6. Reputation - THE RANGERS
  7. Nut Rocker - B Bumble & The Stingers
  8. Popsicles & Icicles - The Murmaids
  9. Shush-Boomer - The Alpines
  10. The Trip - Kim Fowley
  11. The Comedown Song - Spider
  12. Security - 'N Betweens
  13. Daydreaming Of You - The Hellions
  14. Portobello Road - Cat Stevens
  15. Satan's Holiday - The Lancasters
  16. Charge! - The Renegades
  17. You Been Torturing Me - Gary 'Alley-Oop' Paxton & the Hollywood Argyles
  18. Like Long Hair - Paul Revere & The Raiders
  19. Heads Up, High Hopes Over You - The Pharaohs
  20. Gloria's Dream - The Belfast Gypsies
  21. Ski Storm - The Snowmen
  22. No More - Little Victor & the Vistas
  23. Louisiana Teardrops - Elfstone
  24. Wild Thing - Cathy Rich
  25. Space Odyssey - Kim Fowley
  26. Fallin' Off the Edge Of My Mind - The Seeds
  27. Rainbow At Midnight - Gene Vincent
  28. Feelin' Reelin' Squeelin' - The Soft Machine
  29. People! Let's Freak Out - Freaks Of Nature
  30. Pink Dominos - The Crescents
  31. Honest I Do - The Innocents
  32. Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - The Rivingtons

Descriptions du produit

Amazing 32-track set of his work with Seeds ; Cat Stevens ; Soft Machine ; etc.

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je vais pas ramener ma science et tirer la substantifique moelle de ce disque,mais je vous promets 76 minutes (et 12 secondes...)de trés haut niveau musical.
je connais Kim Fowley sans le connaitre vraiment grace a mes lectures de bouquins specialisés dans le rock .
il fait partie du patrimoine rock'n roll et de l'Histoire.....
c'est une épée
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The album title tells it all 27 mai 2009
Par Jersey Kid - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A collection of Fowley's work that is more mainstream than 'Underground Animal,' in that many/most of the cuts are by bands and performers one actually knows. It is that fact that makes this the more awe-inspiring compliation. Rather than becoming well-known in one genre - as did Phil Spector - Fowley seemed to. perhaps deliberately, move all over the musical spectrum. His recent commentaries on his radio show tend to confirm that view.

With that in mind, the listener must be prepared to hear a amazing variety of musical genres, linked together only by the fact that Kim halted his dash across the musical landscape from time to time to work with a veritable United Nations of artists. Among the nuggets on this disc are pieces like 'Alley Oop;' 'Popsicles & Icicles;' 'Like Long Hair' and 'Papa-Omm-Mow-Mow.' Oh yeah...there's also a cut by Cat Stevens.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 From popsicles to freak-outs................... 20 avril 2007
Par collegemoney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Now what in the world other compilation would take us from the girl group soft rock of "Popsicles and Icicles" to "People! Let's Freak Out"? Only one involving the lightly known Mr. Fowley, the common denominator throughout. The other common denominator is that the music is generally quite good throughout regardless of the genre. Kim's diversity is undoubtedly attributable to the breadth of his associations and influences as he wandered about the rock scene for so many decades (as chronicled in the other reviews). Of course, this all provided him with "his own voice," Phil Spector with an elongated left edge.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Endless enjoyment! 18 octobre 2010
Par Uliina Koivula - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
You go from doo-wop to psychedelic. What more can you ask for. Kim Fowley was one crazy dude, and I can't help but love him for it. This compilation is essential for making mix CDs for your cool friends! My absolute favorite to put on mixes is "Louisiana Teardrops," I never get tired of it. There are a couple of misses..."Nut Rocker" and "Charge" come to mind (if they happen to come on, my husband and I go "nooooooooooooooooo..."). But when you factor in "Popsicles & Icicles" (read the liner notes on this one!!!), "Bubblegum", & "The Comedown Song" - it's a thrill & a half.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enter your own state of madness, a private asylum in a silver disc. Our prophet tells you to bite the golden apple NOW! 21 juin 2013
Par Daniel S. Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Like a shepherd, leading his flock to acid, so goes Kim Fowley- driving us to purple pastures in our own minds. Don't listen to this CD, lick it. Absorb it through your skin. Then go immediately to the free clinic.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pop Zelig 5 janvier 2005
Par Lozarithm - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Kim Fowley seems to pop up at memorable moments of musical history like a Zelig-figure. In fact he is quoted as saying, "I sometimes think I'm playing the lead role in The Kim Fowley Story." He turned up in the film Treasure Of The Rio Grande at the age of ten, attended high school with Nancy Sinatra, Jan & Dean and Dick & Dee Dee, was in a high school group with Sandy Nelson and future-Beach Boy Bruce Johnston that Phil Spector sometimes sat in with on guitar, booked Eddie Cochran for his last ever US gig, hung out with PJ Proby, Terry Melcher and Gary Lewis, recorded Richard Berry, the Pharoahs and Paul Revere and the Raiders, became a food runner for Alan Freed, met Leonard Chess and Sonny Bono, was mentored by Paul Gayten, invited to BB King's house for ribs, dated Candice Bergen... and all by the time he was 23, by which time he had scored number one hits with Alley Oop by the Hollywood Argyles and Popsicles And Icicles by the Murmaids in the US, and Nut Rocker by B Bumble and the Stingers in the UK, and a string of other hits such as the Rivingtons' Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow, and of course, many interesting flops.

When the British Invasion came in 1963 he made "the first authentic American Beatles-soundalike record", Shush-Boomer by the Alpines, before realising he needed to be in England to tap into what was going on. In London he hooked up with Andrew Loog Oldham, sipped tea with Joe Meek, and produced records featuring unknowns like Dave Mason, Jim Capaldi and Ritchie Blackmore. When he returned in 1966 he recorded with former members of Them (he renamed them the Belfast Gypsies); produced a band called the N' Betweens who later became Slade; wrote with and recorded a new singer called Cat Stevens on what became the flipside of his first single, I Love My Dog; hustled Keith Moon and the Beatles promoting the Beach Boys; discovered the Soft Machine and produced their first single (the A-side was remade by Chas Chandler before it was released) and was in on the birth of the Jimi Hendrix Experience. He also made records under his own name, such as The Trip, which became something of an underground classic, and was briefly a member of the Mothers Of Invention on their Freak Out! album.

The mega-booklet by Rob Finnis makes this CD a good read as well as a highly-entertaining and varied 32-track selection of productions by one of the true legends of the Los Angeles scene, from Gene Vincent singing Ernest Tubbs to Buddy Rich's 13-year old daughter doing Wild Thing
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