Some of these tracks are interview clips, some begin with a BBC introduction, but that's the appeal of the set: it's a time capsule of the peak of the Swinging London scene. Live, the Tremeloes sound perhaps a little more polite than expected -- something that's especially notable when they're singing the Stoneswhether it's "Time Is on My Side" or that cover of Like A Rolling Stone - Brian Poole & The Tremeloes - Live At The BBC 1964-67 Williams ' "She Said Yeah" -- but that stiffness is also rather endearing, as it showcases a band which was earnest, but despite the guitars they wore, they were a pop band, not a rock band…which may be why they weren't able to withstand the shifting fashions of Flesh Ripper - Pigsty - The Return late '60s.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date November 4, Styles British Invasion Merseybeat. Celebration Day Driving Reminiscing. Track Listing - Disc 1. Walk Right In. Baby Blue. Someone Someone.
Who's That Knocking. Twelve Steps to Heaven. Time Is on My Side. The Uncle Willey. Hands Off. My Baby Left Me. Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup.
Well Alright. Love Me Baby. Brian Poole. I Want Candy. She Said Yeah. Twist and Shout. Track Listing - Disc 2. Baby It's You. Like a Rolling Stone. Walking My Cat Named Dog. What a State I'm In. Hey Girl. Everything's Wrong. Run Baby Run. That Reminds Me Baby. Who's That Knocking Manston. Twelve Steps to Heaven Marascalo. Hands Off Bowman. Well Alright Maudlin. Love Me Baby Brian Poole. That Reminds Me Baby Greenaway.
Everybodys Changing - Keane - Live (DVD), Serenade Nr. 2 In A Major Op. 16 - Johannes Brahms - Claudio Abbado ∙ Berliner Philharmoniker - Sere, Love Will Tear Us Apart - Various - Pride (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture), Jamaican Girl - Flip (17) - Flip