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Limited edition 180gram black vinyl LP (300 copies)

The release of the first long-playing album by Toby Twirl.

Originally from Newcastle, England, the band was founded in 1968 and recorded three classic, and now highly collectable, singles for Decca in the late 1960s.

This, their long awaited debut long-player mixes original songs with a selection of carefully curated hits of the day.

The recordings were discovered by the band’s drummer, John Reed, in a dusty box of reel-to-reel tapes in his attic.

The band made several demo and showcase recordings at various studios in the late ‘60s, but they were thought lost forever. Reed’s chance discovery uncovered a veritable goldmine of late ‘60s recordings by both line-ups of the band.

Side 1 of the LP features vocalist Dave ‘Holly’ Holland, while side 2 features vocalist Steve Pickering.

As you’ll hear, the quality of the recordings is professional, crisp and tight. They have been professionally transferred and mastered with the minimum of 21st century jiggery-pokery to preserve their sonic integrity.

180gram LP with an insert telling the band’s story illustrated with previously unpublished photos in a ‘60s style flap-back sleeve.

Track listing 1. Baby What Good Is Love 2. Dark Time of the Year 3. Something In Your Eyes 4. Love Is Love 5. Baby You’re A Rich Man 6. Movin’ In 7. Born to Be Wild 8. Marjorine 9. Something 10. When Will I Be Loved 11. Gonna Have A Good Time (Good Times) 12. American Woman

Product Code (DODOLP27)
Condition New

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