Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun



01 – Venus
02 – Why
03 – Bobbysocks to stockings
04 – Don’t throw away all those teardrops
05 – I’ll wait for you
06 – Don’t let love pass me by
07 – All of everything
08 – Where are you
09 – Togetherness

10 – De De Dinah
11 – Just ask your heart
12 – Tuxedo Junction
13 – A perfect love
14 – Talk talk talk
15 – Two fools
16 – Call me anytime
17 – Gingerbread


01 – Crying
02 – The Great Pretender
03 – Love Hurts
04 – She Wears My Ring
05 – Wedding Day
06 – Summersong

07 – Dance
08 – Lana
09 – Loneliness
10 – Let’s make a memory
11 – Nite Life
12 – Running scared




01 – Lady Sings The Blues
02 – Trav’lin’ Light
03 – I Must Have That Man
04 – Some Other Spring
05 – Strange Fruit
06 – No Good Man

07 – God Bless The Child
08 – Good Morning Heartache
09 – Love Me Or Leave Me
10 – Too Marvelous For Words
11 – Willow Weep For Me
12 – I Thought About You

Big Girls Don’t Cry – 4 Seasons

01  Walk Like a Man
02  Silhouettes
03  Why Do Fools Fall in Love
04  Tonite, Tonite
05  Lucky Ladybug
06  Alone (Why Must I Be Alone)
07  One Song
08  Sincerely
09  Since I Don’t Have You
10  My Sugar
11  Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo
12  Blowin’ In The Wind
13  All I Really Want To Do
14  Don’t Think Twice
15  Big Girls Don’t Cry
16  Good Night My Love


Ol’ Man Mose
02 – It all depends on you
03 – Many tears ago
04 – You always hurt the one you love
05 – Medley Shein vi de l’vone-Dance everyone dance
06 – Jealous of you
07 – Mama

08 – Smack dab in the middle
09 – Al Jolson medley
10 – Medley When the saints-Bill Bailey won’t you please come home

Best Of – Cher

cd 1

01  All I Really Want To Do
02  I Go To Sleep
03  Needles And Pins
04  Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
05  He Thinks I Still Care
06  Dream Baby
07  The Bells Of Rhymney
08  Girl Don’t Come
09  C C Rider Blues
10  Come And Stay With Me
11  Cry Myself To Sleep
12  Blowin’ In The Wind
13  Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
14  Where Do You Go
15  Our Day Will Come
16  Elusive Butterfly
17  Like A Rolling Stone
18  Come To Your Window
19  The Girl From Ipanema
20  It’s Not Unusual
21  Milord
22  Sunny

cd 2

01  Twelfth Of Never
02  You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
03  Magic In The Air (I Feel Something In The Air)
04  Will You Love Me Tomorrow
05  Until It’s Time For You To Go
06  Homeward Bound
07  I Want You
08  Alfie
09  You Better Sit Down Kids
10  Mama (When My Dollies Have Babies)
11  Behind The Door
12  Sing For Your Supper
13  I Will Wait For You
14  The Times, They Are A Changin’
15  Carnival
16  It All Adds Up Now
17  Reason To Believe
18  I Wasn’t Ready
19  Take Me For A Little While
20  The Impossible Dream
21  The Click Song
22  Song Called Children

Syndicate Of Sound ‎– Little Girl (LP 1966)


Syndicate Of Sound ‎– Little Girl (LP Bell Records ‎– LP6001, 1966).
Production Garrie Thompson
Genre: Garage Rock
Little Girl ” is a pop song recorded by the Californian group Syndicate of Sound , written by Don Baskin and Bob Gonzalez. The song reached the US pop charts in June 1966 and reached the position No. 8. Other groups have made versions of this theme.
Syndicate of Sound was an American band garage rock, formed in 1964 in San Jose, California, who was active in the first period between 1964 and 1970. It is considered one of the first garage bands, psychedelic rock pioneer. The group had an extraordinary success with the song “Little Girl”.
The band was originally composed by vocalist and guitarist Don Baskin, guitarist / keyboardist John Sharkey, guitarist Jim Sawyers, bassist Bob Gonzalez and drummer John Duckworth.
The predecessors of the Syndicate of Sound were the Pharoahs and Lenny Lee and the Knightmen. After having recorded one single that was not very successful by the publisher Scarlet on January 9, 1966, the Syndicate of Sound recorded “Little Girl” in a studio in San Francisco for Hush Records. It became a success noted at the regional level and later attracted the attention of Bell Records, New York, who asked the group to record an album. ” Little Girl ” entered the lists of the Billboard Top 40.
The original guitarist Larry Ray was away from the band, and the group hired Jim Sawyers instead. When they moved to record in New York that summer, it was already Sawyers.
The Syndicate of Sound then set off on tour for almost the entire second half of 1966, having also presented on TV. James Brown, who appeared with them in one of the TV shows, was so impressed he invited them to open their show in San Francisco. After drummer Duckworth has been incorporated to the war in Vietnam, the band went through several changes to its original formation, having recorded three singles already in late 1969, “You’re Lookin ‘Fine” (a version / cover of the Kinks ), “Brown Paper Bag” and “Mexico.”. After Baskin have moved to Los Angeles in 1970, he and Gonzalez, the other remaining original member of the band, also made a failed attempt to release a new album for Capitol Records in 1970, and after the group disbanded.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 Big Boss Man (A. Smith, L. Dixon) 2:55
A2 Almost Grown (Chuck Berry) 2:13
A3 So Alone (J. Sharkey) 3:05
A4 Dream Baby (Cindy Walker) 2:34
A5 Rumors (J. Sharkey) 2:06
A6 Little Girl (B. Gonzales, D. Baskin) 2:25
B1 That Kind Of Man (Don Baskin) 2:18
B2 I’m Alive (Clint Ballard, Jr.) 2:21
B3 You (J. Sharkey) 2:42
B4 Lookin’ For The Good Times (The Robot) (J. Sharkey) 2:26
B5 Witch (J. Rostle) 2:33
B6 Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby (B. Austin, L. Jordan) 2:29
Vocalist, saxophone, flute – Don Baskin
Low – Bob Gonzalez
Bateria – John Duckworth
Solo guitar and voice – Jim Sawyers
Rhythm guitar, keyboards, voice and vibraphone – John Sharkey
12 String Guitar – Larry Ray, the bands / tracks: A6, B3.
Arrangements by The Syndicate Of Sound

The Tremeloes ‎– My Little Lady (LP 1968)


The Tremeloes ‎– My Little Lady (LP CBS ‎– S 63 484, 1968).
Production Mike Smith. 
LP considered rare. Genre: Beat.
The Tremeloes is a British rock and roll band formed in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex Brian Poole (vocals), Ricky West (guitar), Alan Blakely (keyboards), Alan Howard (bass) and Dave Munden (drums). In 1962, they did a test on Decca, competing with another group to obtain a recording contract. They were approved, while the other band, The Beatles , was dismissed.
They achieved some success in the UK charts during the 60’s, although they never achieved again overcome their “rivals” studio.
Despite going through several changes in its formation, the band continues to record and perform occasionally.
In 1968, was released another LP similar to that presented here under the name The Tremeloes – World Explosion !, with the same songs except the theme “My Little Lady” which was not inserted.
In this LP, we highlight the track “My Little Lady” (Alan Blakley / Len Hawkes) who arrived in paragraph 6 of the top UK and # 51 in Australia and the song “Helule Helule” (Daudi Kabaka) , which reached the # 14 position in the UK and # 29 in Australia. vocalist Brian Poole was part of the 1958-1968 group.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1. My Little Lady (02:40)
A2. Everyday (01:59)
A3. The Lion Sleeps Tonight (02:27)
A4. Rag Doll (02:49)
A5. I’ll See You There (02:30)
A6. Willy and The Hand Jive (02:44)
B1. Helule Helule (02:45)
B2. Girl From Nowhere (02:29)
B3. Alley Oop (03:08)
B4. Travelling Circus (02:38)
B5. Ain’t Nothin’ But A House Party (03:13)
B6. Peggy Sue (02:53)
From left to right: Alan, Dave, Rick and “Chip”.
Musicians / Members (1968):
Dave Munden – drums, voice (1958 to present)
Rick “West” Westwood – solo guitar, vocals (1958-2012)
Alan Blakley – rhythm guitar, keyboards, voice (1958-1972, 1979-1996, who died in 1996)
Len “Chip” Hawkes — baixo, voz (1966–1972, 1979–1988)

A Single Girl – Sandy Posey

01  Born A Woman
02  Single Girl
03  Blue Is My Best Color
04  Arms Full Of Sin
05  Satin Pillows
06  Just Out Of Reach
07  What A Woman In Love Won’t Do
08  Shattered
09  Hey Mister
10  Patterns
11  I’m Your Puppet
12  Here Comes My Baby Back Again
13  Don’t Touch Me
14  I Take It Back
15  The Boy I Love
16  Come Softly To Me
17  Sunglasses
18  Are You Never Coming Home
19  Take Me With You Baby
20  Something I’ll Remember
21  Deep In Kentucky
22  Will You Love Me Tomorrow
23  One Man Woman

British Rock ‘n’ Roll Anthology 5

01  Singing The Blues – Tommy Steele & The Steelmen
02  Seventeen – Frankie Vaughan
03  Bloodnok’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Call – Goons
04  Baby Lover – Petula Clark
05  Wee Tom – Lord Rockingham’s Xi
06  Honeycomb – Marty Wilde
07  Whole Lotta Woman – Most Brothers
08  Rockin’ At The Two I’s – Wee Willie Harris
09  Baby She’s Gone – Terry Dene
10  Brand New Cadillac – Vince Taylor & The Playboys
11  Rockin’ Little Angel – Viscounts
12  Have A Drink On Me – Lonnie Donegan
13  I’m Henry The Eighth I Am – Joe Brown & The Bruvvers
14  That’s Love (Alt. Take) – Billy Fury & The Four Jays
15  Can Can 62 – Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
16  True Fine Mama – Casey Howie & The Seniors
17  Some Other Guy – Big Three
18  Shout – Lulu & The Luvvers


1. Always on my mind (Pet Shop Boys);
2. Suspicious minds (Finne Young Canniballs);
3. Don’t be cruel (Cheap Trick);
4. A mess of the blues (Status Quo);
5. Paralysed (Dave Edmunds);
6. Kissin’ cousins (The Saints);
7. You’re so square – Baby, I don’t care (Joni Mitchell);
8. Treat me nice (Uncanny X-Men);
9. Crawfish (Stan Campbell);
10. Love letters (Little River Band);
11. Love me tender (Mental as Anything);
12. In the ghetto (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds);
13. Can’t help falling in love (The Triffids);
14. Flaming star (The Milky Bar Kids);
15. Old shep (The Mighty Guys);
16. Such a night (Shakin’ Stevens); 
17. Viva Las Vegas (Stephen Cummings);
18. Heartbreak hotel (John Cale).