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Alan Schick
Label: MCA Records
1973 - Recorded at Wally Heider Recording Studios and MCA Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California.  The album was produced by Lorne Saifer, who is now Burton's manager.

Alan Schick - guitar, lead vocals, keyboard; Duncan Wilson - lead guitar; Vance Masters - drums, percussion, vocals; Melvin Ksionzek - bass; Fred Redekop - piano, vocals

SIDE 1
1. MY LOVE AND I  (Schick)
2. LUCY, LUCY, LUCY  (Schick)
3. WESTERN ARROW  (Schick)
4. DOWN IN HOLLYWOOD  (Schick)
5. SOUL DEEP  (Schick)
SIDE 2
1. READY TO RIDE  (Schick)
2. STRAIGHT JACKET LULU  (Schick)
3. SOMEBODY TOLD YOU SO  (Schick)
4. SUMMER SONG  (Schick)
5. SHOOT 'EM DOWN / DIANE  (Schick)


Guns 4 Hire
Label: Independent
1999 - Recorded at Maddock Studios in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, it is the only album released by Guns 4 Hire.

Glenn Green - guitar, lead vocals; Sonny Harris - lead guitar; Vance Masters - drums, percussion, vocals; Mike Hrehoruk - bass, vocals

1. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES  (Johnny Cash)
2. RING OF FIRE  (Johnny Cash)
3. TRY (Jim Cuddy)


Maximum '65
Label: Sanctuary Records

MAXIMUM 65 is a
compilation CD produced
to accompany Mojo
magazine's special on
'rock's year zero'.

Released 2000.

"One-time Batman guest stars Paul Revere And The Raiders were never going to be taken seriously in those daft historic military outfits - but despite their teenybop audience, they knocked up some nifty freak-beat classics.  Like this nugget, savaged by the wonderfully-monikered 5 A.M. Event, visiting Canadians under the guidance of The Searchers' Chris Curtis.  It's that clenched aggression, that build-up, that menace - and then that climax - which assigns this the 'great lost classic' tag."
-- excerpt from the September 2000 issue of England's MOJO magazine

1. GET YOURSELF TOGETHER - Small Faces
2. I'M YOUR WITCH DOCTOR - John Mayall & the
Bluesbreakers (with Eric Clapton)
3. THE GO-GO TRAIN - Mike Stevens & the Shevells
4. I CAN'T HELP THINKING ABOUT ME - David Bowie
5. HEY GYP (DIG THE SLOWNESS) - Donovan
6. (IF YOU THINK YOU'RE) GROOVY - P.P. Arnold
7. HUNGRY - The 5 A.M. Event
8. CIRCLES - Fleur De Lys
9. TAKE A HEART - The Sorrows
10. SOUL SAUCE - Timebox
11. WE DIDN'T KISS, WE DIDN'T LOVE, BUT NOW WE DO - The Clique
12. (WE AIN'T GOT) NOTHIN' YET - The Spectres
13. JUMP AND DANCE - The Carnaby
14. BABY DON'T YOU DO IT - The Poets
15. LONDON SOCIAL DEGREE - Billy Nicholls
16. POPCORN DOUBLE FEATURE - The Searchers
17. YOU'RE JUST WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR TODAY - Status Quo
18. HANDBAGS AND GLADRAGS - Chris Farlowe
19. LIGHT FLIGHT - The Pentangle
20. WATERLOO SUNSET - The Kinks

"It started with The Righteous Brothers' You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' and ended with The Beatles' Rubber Soul, and contained so much great music that it would take a year to listen to it all even now.  In the sense that the musicians were still waking up to the reality of their own economic power, and had not yet taken the step of attempting to control their destinies, it was also the last year of innocence in popular culture." -- Richard Williams

Out of all those singles and albums released in 1965, this CD contains what is now considered to be the top twenty tunes for that year.

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