SPENCER DAVIS GROUP

Their first LP (Clear)

LP

KLIMT

Cat Nº: Mjj337CC

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UK / IRELAND

17,00 

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In July 1965, when Their First LP was originally released, the Spencer Davis Group – the band that launched Steve Winwood’s career – was just one of the many aspiring young groups on the British beat scene. But that would soon change when their single – a version of Jamaican singer Jackie Edwards’ ‘Keep On Running’ – shot to the No. 1 spot on the British charts. Featuring 5 bonus tracks, including Otis Redding’s ‘She Put The Hurt On Me’, Etta James’ ‘I’ll Drown In My Own Tears’, ‘I’m Getting Better’ and ‘Goodbye Stevie’, all from their 1965 EP, plus ‘Stevie’s Blues’, the B side to their 1966 single ‘Somebody Help Me’. Limited edition of 500 copies on 180 gram clear vinyl.

 

Track list:
Side A:
A1 My Babe A2 Dimples A3 Searchin’ A4 Every Little Bit Hurts A5 I’m Blue (Gong Gong Song) A6 Sittin’ And Thinkin’ A7 She Put The Hurt On Me (Bonus Track) A8 I’ll Drown In My Own Tears (Bonus Track)

 

Side B:
B1 I Can’t Stand It B2 Here Right Now B3 Jump Back B4 It’s Gonna Work Out Fine B5 Midnight Train B6 It Hurts Me So B7 Stevie’s Blues (Bonus Track) B8 I’m Getting Better (Bonus Track) B9 Goodbye Stevie (Bonus Track)