Aces Combo: Introducing (US, 1967)

A schoolboy quintet, all 14 or 15 according to the reproduced liner notes, trot through some favourite covers - surf/instrumental (Wipe Out, Apache), ballads (Under The Boardwalk, My Girl), frat/dance (Shake A Tail Feather, The Monkey Time) and pop/beat (Pied Piper, This Boy). Kudos to Collectables for reissuing these extremely rare and expensive albums. Curiosity is satisfied without selling the family china, though the general sound of these lesser known Justice LPs is the pre-fuzz 1964/1965 period and of more interest to fans of beat/pop/frat than the "class of '66" clan.


Pablo"Pochola"Cazorla said...


Anonymous said...

Hey thanks for all your great posts. very much appreciated. i love these collectibles ur posting. thanks again buddy. henri

Anonymous said...

esta serie de collectables es espectacular , si bien tengo los discos te agradezco que los difundas, ya q son bandas perdidas en el tiempo y si bien el sonido no es de primera vale la pena ponerlos , gracias nuevamente, apolo

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César Alcapone said...

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61 y 49 said...

Hola Pablo "Pochola" tenía previsto (para hoy, aunque no está terminado) un artículo sobre esos salvajes de la escena R&B de Londres llamados The Downliner Sect.

Pensé en incluir un enlace a esta página como uno de los mejores sitios para conocer a dicho grupo (citando fuente y autor, por supuesto). Si ves algún inconveniente o pega solo tienes que decírmelo.


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Anonymous said...

Any chance for RE-UP this one, please?