V.A.: On the scene (UK, 1964)

Stuart said: Never mind, here's a great LP of British beat and R'n'B, released in the UK on the Columbia label in 1964, called "On The Scene".
It's definitely not in mint condition (!!!) but the crackles make it sound nice and authentic, and that's why I haven't replaced some of the tracks with 7"s in better condition...

...served by Stuart...
get it here


Pablo "Pochola" Cazorla said...

The tracklisting is:

A1 The Animals - Baby Let Me Take You Home
A2 The Cheynes - Respectable (*)
A3 Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames - Do-Re-Mi
A4 The Moquettes - Right String, But The Wrong Yo-Yo
A5 The Yardbirds - A Certain Girl
A6 The Syndicats - Maybellene
A7 Mickie Most And The Gear - Money Honey
A8 Downliners Sect - Baby What's Wrong

B1 The Yardbirds - I Wish You Would
B2 Rey Anton And The Peppermint Men - You Can't Judge Book By The Cover
B3 Mickie Most And The Gear - Sea Cruise (*)
B4 The Zephyrs - I Can Tell
B5 Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames - Green Onions
B6 The Cherokees - Seven Daffodils
B7 Cliff Bennett And The Rebel Rousers - Everybody Loves A Lover (*)
B8 The Animals - Gonna Send You Back To Walker

All 1964 except (*) 1963


Thanks a lot man...we`ll wait for more of your stuff! ! send em to me if you want and I ll post em! !
you know that this is the right place to do that! jajaja.

(if you want write your email in the comments and I wont publish, to keep it more private)

THanks a lot Stuart!

donletmedon said...

I have trouble for download it... the link (divshare) for free download is unavailable in my region Asia...
Would you give us alternate links?

Thanks a lot,

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Pablo "Pochola" Cazorla said...

patience guys...
new link coming soon... I ll do a re up using megaupload server.

Stay in tune!

aldo said...

I enjoyed listening to this comp, with several well known tracks but also a couple I never heard…great version of “Money Honey” by Mickie Most and the Gear for example.
I love The Zephyrs take of “I can tell”, somebody should put together all their recordings!
It’s great to hear this album and imagining people listening to it in 1964 when perhaps they thought of no big difference between the Cheynes or the Yardbirds!
One of the lesser known bands here would record some wild stuff and while my link to a homemade comp of their stuff died (and nobody requested it since!) you can still enjoy their mental appearance on the Beat Room in 1964…here are those crazy, howlin’ SYNDICATS!
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Pablo / Aldo,

Glad you both enjoyed it, and hope Don does now that Pablo's posted it on Megaupload! I'll see what else I can dig out and try to get something else posted up over the weekend...



p.s. Aldo - you REALLY need to get that Syndicats compilation of yours back up!!! :D

aldo said...

The SYNDICATS 9 tracks comp is up
here's the NEW LINK:

Enjoy it!

Anonymous said...

Nice One! Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I can't wait to check these out.

Anonymous said...

Cheers!! I have been after this album since the mid-sixties. This album is as good as Scene 65(which I have got)& is similar to this album.
Thank you.