180g VINYL + HALF SPEED MASTERING
Our collectable vinyl re-issues are as close as possible to the original LPs.
The LPs are mastered at Half Speed at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, then pressed onto 180g vinyl, offering the listener the best ever sounding version of the album.
The recordings are remastered by Jon Astley (The Who, Led Zeppelin, George Harrison & many others).
The sleeves are printed from superior quality scans with detailed reproduction artwork.
Ever since they reunited in recent years, there has been increasing worldwide interest in the group founded by keyboard wizard Rod Argent and distinctive singer Colin Blunstone. However, their Beat era LP is extremely rare to find in mint condition, with examples costing several hundreds at the auctions.
This debut album, was first released on Decca in 1965, when they leapt to fame with ‘She’s Not There’. The smash hit is a highlight, alongside a selection of R&B ‘covers’ that typify the sort of earthy material British bands played in the early 1960s, with renditions of such R&B favourites as ‘Road Runner’ and ‘I Got My Mojo Working’, alongside many fine original compositions by Rod Argent and bassist Chris White.
SINGLE SLEEVE – GLOSS FINISH – 60s STYLE INNER BAG
1. Road Runner
3. I Can’t Make Up My Mind
4. The Way I Feel Inside
5. Work ’N’ Play
6. You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me
7. She’s Not There
1. Sticks And Stones
2. Can’t Nobody Love You
4. I Don’t Want To Know
5. I Remember When I Loved Her
6. What More Can I Do
7. I Got My Mojo Working
First released on the Decca label, (UK) LK 4679 ℗ 1965