"Sneakers" is the Flamin' Groovies' first recording - from 1968. "Rockfield Sessions" includes all of the Dave Edmunds produced tracks from 1972. Songs include: Golden Clouds, Love Time, Married Women, Get A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues, Little Queenie, Slow Death & more.
The band recorded this album in Sydney, Australia in 1986 after an extensive tour of Australia and New Zealand. The Flamin' Groovies are on a mission from God and play with a soul and passion directly from their collective heart. Songs include: Shake Some Action, Slow Death, Teenage Head, I Can't Hide, Kicks & Tallahassee Lassie..
"Shake Some Action" was a rock 'n' roll legend when first released in 1976, and legends improve with age. They get bigger as their contemporaries fall.
The Lost Planet Airmen was a fun band - if you saw them, you had fun, and so did they. During their illustrious career, they left many a bar room and nightclub floor shaking in their wake.
Roy Loney was the original lead vocalist of the Groovies. This album is an experience. It's not just music, it's an adventure. Songs include: Bip Bop Boom, Cry Like The Wind, Ruin Your Shoes, Bad News Travels Fast.
This album was recorded over a five year period between 1984 and 1989 by a band that was regarded as one of the finest to ever emerge from the city that produced the likes of Big Brother & The Holding Company Jefferson Airplane etc. Songs include: She's Got A Hold On Me, Step Up, Way Over My Head, Thanks John and more.
A world wide exclusive, the SWEET playing their hits live, recorded at The Marquee Nightclub in England in 1989 using the RAK-Mobile, to produce a first class live recording. Songs include: Action, Sweet FA, Set Me Free, Ballroom Blitz, Fox On The Run and more.
On the Commander's first album of new tunes in the 90's there is more of the best truck drivin' music, with more than just a dash of country from the band called "The best bar band in the world". Songs include: Good Mornin' Judge, Workin' Man's Blues, They Kicked Me Out Of The Band, Crash Pad Blues, King Of The Honky.
In 1987, San Francisco's legendary Rock band, the Flamin' Groovies, played to their largest ever audience at the La Merce Festival in Barcelona Spain. An estimated 70,000 people came to hear them.
The songs on this recording were made in 1973, on what was later dubbed by the band as the "Tour from Hell". Most recent release since 1994's " Worst Case Scenario" (AIM1043CD), a recording of brand new songs.