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Dianne And The New Worlds - Tamla Hits FLAC

Singer:

Dianne And The New Worlds

Album:

Tamla Hits

Genre:

Rock music / Funk & Soul

FLAC album size:

1783 mb

MP3 album size:

1925 mb

WMA album size:

1889 mb

Other music formats:

AHX AAC MP1 VOC TTA WMA AIFF

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Blues Rock, Soul

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1971

Dianne And The New Worlds - Tamla Hits FLAC


Dianne And The New Worlds - Tamla Hits FLAC

Tracklist

Uptight (Everything's Alright) 2:34
Baby Love 2:35
Talkin' Trash 3:04
I Hear A Symphony 2:54
Road's End 2:38
Come See About Me 2:50
Stop The War 3:50
Tears Of A Clown 2:48
Blues In Motor City 2:41
Back In My Arms Again 2:46
Steve Says 2:44
Yester-Me Yester-You Yesterday 3:03

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MER 350 Dianne And The New Worlds Tamla Hits ‎(LP) Stereo Gold Award MER 350 UK 1971
MER 350 Dianne And The New Worlds Tamla Hits ‎(LP) Stereo Gold Award MER 350 UK 1971
GA - 46 Dianne And The New Worlds Tamla Hits ‎(LP) Stereo Gold Award GA - 46 Canada 1971



Malanim
4 x quality heavy instrumental psych guitar and drum beat funk tracks - highly recommended !
Maman
Woah, as the previous review mentions, this LP contains FOUR heavy and funky instrumental guitar tracks that do indeed sit uneasily with the Supremes/Temptations cover versions which make up the bulk of this "Tamla Hits" LP. These tracks are full of the drum breaks that used to appeal to a certain kind of digger. Well worth picking up for a cheap price.
unmasked
Roads End was also performed by "Jeff Cooper And The Stoned Wings" so can fit into either the funk, soul or the pop psych genre across three different SGA albums haha.
Best West
Two tracks from this album are also credited to the band "Funky Junction (2)" in 1975.
Ochach
This album features four of the heavy blues jams that notoriously-parsimonious label owner DL Miller (aka Leo Muller) used to pad out his compilations with. One can only wonder at how the original punters would have reacted at the time to hearing these utterly incongruous Jimi Hendrix/Cream ripoffs next to the likes of "Baby Love" and "Tears Of A Clown", but nowadays albums such as this have become sought-after precisely because of such material, both by the breaks and beats brigade and lovers of postmodern retro kitsch.

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