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  • Format: CD
  • Label: Particles
  • Genre: Psychedelic
  • The first in the Beatfreak series
  • 20-page full colour booklet
  • comprehensive liner notes
  • rare colour photographs

Particles proudly presents a sonic showdown of rare and obscure British beat pop pleasures delivered with a whiff of paisley R&B. Professionally re-mastered original sound recordings with background liners and rare archival photos.

From the minds behind Piccadilly Sunshine, Mixed Up Minds, Upside Down, Electric Sound Show and Cornflake Zoo, Beatfreak is the pre-cursory journey through the glorious cultural dustbin where beat up pop meets paisley R&B. Prestigious guests include London heavies The Habits, the busker of Baker Street; Gerry Rafferty, a pre-Fleur de Lys’ Pete Sears and Tago Byers and a forgotten Bee Gee. An Intoxicating marriage of fuzz and flute delivered with disgraceful adolescent abandon. Beware, it is not pretty.

TRACK LISTING:

  • FINGERS LEE AND THE UPPER HAND - Midnight Race (1967)
  • SONS OF FRED - I’ll Be There (1965)
  • THE HABITS - I Need You (1966)
  • THE DEEJAYS - What’cha Tryin’ To Do (1966)
  • IAN AND THE ZODIACS - Na Na Na Na Na (1966)
  • CASEY JONES and THE GOVERNORS - All You Wanna Do (1966)
  • ROGER YOUNG - No Address (1966)
  • THE MOQUETTES - You Came Along (1964)
  • THE HINGE - You’d Better Go Home (1968)
  • THE CHASERS - She’s Gone Away (1966)
  • THE JENSENS - Margeurite (1968)
  • FIFTH COLUMN - There’s Nobody Here (1968)
  • THURSDAYS CHILD - I Want You Back (1966)
  • RED SQUARES - Don’t Laugh If I Cry (1967)
  • THE CARPETBAGGERS - The Flea Teacher (1967)
  • THURSDAYS CHILD - Hey, Hey (1966)
  • HEDGEHOPPERS ANONYMOUS - Daytime (1966)
  • ALEX HARVEY - The Sunday Song (1967)
  • TREV GORDON - You’re An E-Type (1966)
  • GREG HUNTER - Five O’Clock World (1966)