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Sounds Incorporated
Sounds Incorporated
Sounds Incorporated
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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All Artists: Sounds Incorporated
Title: Sounds Incorporated
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: See for Miles UK
Release Date: 5/6/1997
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Style: British Invasion
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 182478519526, 5014661037133

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Sounds Incorporated
linden lovejoy | England | 12/23/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Very impressed. I remember seeing these stylish looking guys on 'Ready Steady Go'. They were playing 'Detroit', they moved well looked great, and as a result I bought this CD. Tunes are very Sixties and clearly they can all play their instruments very well . Outstanding tracks for me are the aforementioned 'Detroit' and 'Hall of the Mountain King'. I am only sorry tracks like 'William Tell' could not be included and I suppose for contracutual reasons the Decca singles. Anyway if want a great trip back in time to one of the best decades for pop music buy this album. Linden Lovejoy Bozeat Northamptonshire England"
A proper review of Sounds Incorporated from a fan !!
G. Howie | Aberdeen, Scotland | 03/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...Listen to their Columbia Studio 2 album (Columbia TWO 144) and you will find an excellent mix of styles from Boil Over (a tribute to the King Curtis band who they toured America with in '65) to a cracking version of Goldfinger, chamber version of Yesterday and a great version of the Mar-keys Grab This Thing, they were the best going in Britain at the time. This CD brings together some of the tracks from their first LP and some from the aforementioned Studio 2 album plus their debut Parlophone single (hard to find - I've got a copy) and some A and B sides. All in all it's a great collection of talent from the 60s and I wonder where they all are now!! Check out the great Granada sessions where they backed various visiting American stars and also their sessions on various TV shows of the time. If you don't own a copy of this then you are certainly lacking in your instrumental education. Classics such as Bullets (B side of William Tell) and Detroit (B side of The Spartans - written by Russ Conway, incidentally). It's a pity that several tracks had to be left out and the three excellent Decca singles, Sounds Like Locomotion (B side Taboo), Go (B side Stop) and Keep Moving (B side Order Of The Keys), the later produced by the lengendary Joe Meek) could not be included. But all in all it's a tremendous collection of a tremendous band who are fondly remembered by an ageing 60s instrumental collector."
Anthony Robbins | ENGLAND | 12/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"my fav tracks on this exc lp as it was which i still have. s/2 track 2 bahama sound truly excellant mood music at it"s best. Zorba"s dance it"s a rave of the highest content it" tank busting effort they do standards like goldfinger/yesterday/on the rebound clean, cool, spectacular alony with new stuff boil over/ legend of lyndos/twilight. they know their stuff and very very good. there was no more after this recording i didn"t understand because they were brillant."