Garage Beat '66, Vol. 2: Chicks Are for Kids!

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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
The second volume in Sundazed's Garage Beat '66 series follows much the same format as its predecessor: 20 garage rockers from all over America, though generally from the rawer end of the spectrum rather than the poppier side. There's a slightly higher concentration of names that'll be at least somewhat known to some of the less specialized listeners, though, including the Guess Who their 1966 single "Believe Me", the Remains, the Barbarians with their crude Merseybeat-influenced debut 45, "Hey Little Bird," which was their best recording, the Litter, the Five Americans with their 1964 single "I'm Feeling O.K.", We the People, the Spiders who evolved into Alice ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
The second volume in Sundazed's Garage Beat '66 series follows much the same format as its predecessor: 20 garage rockers from all over America, though generally from the rawer end of the spectrum rather than the poppier side. There's a slightly higher concentration of names that'll be at least somewhat known to some of the less specialized listeners, though, including the Guess Who their 1966 single "Believe Me", the Remains, the Barbarians with their crude Merseybeat-influenced debut 45, "Hey Little Bird," which was their best recording, the Litter, the Five Americans with their 1964 single "I'm Feeling O.K.", We the People, the Spiders who evolved into Alice Cooper, the Ugly Ducklings with a previously unreleased version of "I'm a Man", and the Sonics. That alone is enough to make it a better than average '60s garage compilation, and the sound quality mastered, unusually for a garage anthology, from original sources and detailed track-by-track annotation by Ugly Things publisher Mike Stax are other bonuses. As for the rarer, less-anthologized items here, some of these tend toward the more run-of-the-mill garage rock of the era, though the Bold's lewd "Gotta Get Some" which recalls Paul Revere & the Raiders' toughest moments and the weird ringing guitar of the Go-Betweens' "Have You for My Own" are ear-catching. The Jynx's 1965 cover of Them's "Little Girl" isn't nearly as exciting as the original, but does possess historical interest for featuring future Big Star member Chris Bell on lead guitar.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/27/2004
  • Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
  • UPC: 090771114020
  • Catalog Number: 11140
  • Sales rank: 73,122

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Sweetgina - Things to Come (3:00)
  2. 2 Gotta Get Some - Bold (2:30)
  3. 3 Believe Me - The Guess Who (2:54)
  4. 4 Little Girl - The Jynx (1:55)
  5. 5 I'm Not Mad - The Gestures (2:37)
  6. 6 Things to Come - Menn (2:07)
  7. 7 You Got Your Head on Backwards - The Sonics (2:22)
  8. 8 Chicks Are for Kids - Best Things (3:08)
  9. 9 Why Do I Cry - The Remains (3:07)
  10. 10 Hey Little Bird - The Barbarians (2:21)
  11. 11 (I've Got) Nowhere to Run - More-Tishans (2:09)
  12. 12 Faces Come, Feelings Go - Concepts (2:50)
  13. 13 Have You for My Own - The Go-Betweens (2:29)
  14. 14 Whatcha Gonna Do About It? - The Litter (2:27)
  15. 15 (Just a Little) Soul Searchin' - The Electras (2:46)
  16. 16 I'm Feeling O.K. - The Five Americans (2:19)
  17. 17 Don't Blow Your Mind - Spiders (2:53)
  18. 18 Lose Your Mind - The Third Bardo (2:14)
  19. 19 When I Arrive - We the People (3:05)
  20. 20 I'm a Man - The Ugly Ducklings (5:02)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chris Bell Guitar
Randy Bachman Guitar
Burton Cummings Electric Piano
Michael Bruce Rhythm Guitar
Bruce Benson Guitar, Vocals
Robin Boers Drums
III William Henry Briggs Harmonica, Keyboards
Glen Buxton Guitar
Tom "Zippy" Caplan Guitar
Jerry Causi Bass, Vocals
Terry Cox Drums
Bill Cunningham Organ, Bass
Chip Damiani Drums
Gus Dewey Guitar, Vocals
Dennis Dunaway Bass
Johnny Durrill Keyboards, Vocals
Norm Ezell Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bryan Garofalo Bass
Jim Grant Bass
Larry Hoffman Organ
Jim Kale Bass
Jim Kane Bass
Russ Kunkel Drums
Dick Lafreniere Guitar, Vocals
Robert Lapalm Guitar, Vocals
Rob Lind Harmonica, Vocals
Roger Mayne Guitar
Dale Menten Guitar, Vocals
Vern Miller Bass
Tom Murray Drums
Andy Parypa Bass Guitar, Vocals
Larry Parypa Guitar
Mike Rabon Guitar, Vocals
John Read Bass
Dan Rinaldi Rhythm Guitar
Larry Robinson Rhythm Guitar
Charles Russo Drums
Bob Bennett Drums
Tommy Talton Guitar, Vocals
John Tracey Drums
Denny Waite Vocals
Victor Moulton Drums
Glynn Bell Rhythm Guitar
Barry Tashian Guitar, Vocals
Garry Peterson Drums
Gerald Roslie Vocals
Robert Ingram Rhythm Guitar
John Barnett Drums
Vincent Furnier Harmonica, Vocals
Rob Zolner Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Richy Seslowe Guitar
Bruce Waterston Drums
Tom Griffin Drums, Vocals
Mike Harris Vocals
Steve Runolfsson Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Jeff Monn Vocals
Bruce Ginsberg Drums
Ricky Goldclang Guitar
Damian Kelly Bass
Earl Bulinski Bass, Rhythm Guitar
Jerry Fink Drums
Gary Omerza Organ
Bill Bulinski Guitar
Don Gray Rhythm Guitar
Steve Walker & the Bold Bass, Vocals
David Hoback Rhythm Guitar
Dewitt Shy Drums
Randy Boyte Keyboards
David Duff Bass
Tom Klugherz Bass
Ron Beckman Bass
Dave "D.J." Binhgam Harmonica, Vocals
Alex Brancati Bass
Bob Brancati Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Cafferty Guitar
Mike DiPerna Bass, Vocals
Tom Elfving Vocals
Marvin Hale Vocals
Roy "Pinky" Herschleb Drums
Allan Kowbel Guitar, Vocals
Hugh Kraemer Bass
Al Manaseri Organ, Saxophone
Steven Maurer Drums
Gene Olive Guitar
Rick Perrine Organ
Tony Postmayer Guitar
Lynn Rominger Guitar
Jeff Morris Guitar, Vocals
Jimmy Wright Drums
Chris Nelson Guitar
Technical Credits
Randy Bachman Composer
Dale Hawkins Producer
The Remains Producer
Erik Lindgren Graphic Design
Tom "Zippy" Caplan Graphic Design
Tom Catalano Producer
Bill Cunningham Graphic Design
Dale Davis Producer
Johnny Durrill Composer
Russ Kunkel Producer
Dick Lapalm Composer
James Lee Producer
Ellas McDaniel Composer
Dale Menten Producer
Van Morrison Composer
John Neufeld Graphic Design
Sandy Newman Producer
Tommy Talton Composer
Michael Rabon Composer
Jerry Dennon Producer
John Hodge Producer
Bob Irwin Mastering
Al Ham Producer
Tony Moon Producer
Barry Tashian Composer
Jimmy Madison Producer
Kip Smith Mastering
Gerald Roslie Composer
Rob Zolner Composer
Warren Kendrick Composer, Producer
R. Evans Composer
John P. Dixon Graphic Design
Steve Runolfsson Composer
Bob Burns Jr. Producer
Tony Randazzo Producer
The Jynx Producer
Jayme Pieruzzi Mastering
Steve Walker & the Bold Graphic Design
Dave "D.J." Binhgam Graphic Design
Bob Brancati Composer, Graphic Design
Forster S. Cayce Producer
Concepts Producer
David Dean Graphic Design
Mike DiPerna Graphic Design
Mike Jann Graphic Design
Pierre Maheu Producer
Tommy Kaye Composer
Mike Stax Liner Notes, Annotation
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