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The Latest Release From The Legendary Tea Chest Tapes. 119 Previously Unreleased Recordings! Albums, Singles, Session Out-Takes, Demos And Countless 'Lost' Recordings. Sleevenotes From The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton. Restored And Mastered By Alan Wilson At Western Star. Throw Away Your Bootlegs And Vinyl-Sourced Compilations - This Is The Tornados As You've Never Heard Them Before! Between 1962 and 1966, The Tornados (in many guises) were mainstays of Joe Meek's production line studio at 304 Holloway Road. From the global smash hit 'Telstar' through to later period soulful vocal tracks, the band's remarkable musicianship and Meek's inspired production techniques produced track after track of excellent and innovative 60s pop, resulting in a number of hits and near misses around the world. Expertly curated, 'Love And Fury' showcases the very best of the Tornados' material found in Joe Meek's mythical Tea Chest Tapes archive. From familiar hits (often heard at their original speed prior to Meek's speeding up process) and unfamiliar rarities and curios, spread across 131 tracks presented in previously unheard pristine sonic clarity worthy of the Meek name, this is not only a treasure trove for fans of The Tornados and Joe Meek, but also for students of British recording history and the 1960s' pop scene (let's not forget Meek and The Tornados hit #1 in the USA long before The Beatles). A plethora of demos, backing tracks and alternate versions also shed light on the working methods at 304 Holloway Road, and give an insight into the production line pop scene process unavailable anywhere ese. Restored and mastered by Meek expert Alan Wilson, and accompanied by sleevenotes from The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton and previously unseen imagery, this latest addition to the ongoing Tea Chest Tapes series continues where our previous Heinz and Glenda Collins box sets left off, exploring the unique world of Joe Meek's Holloway Road studio hit machine.
The Latest Release From The Legendary Tea Chest Tapes. 119 Previously Unreleased Recordings! Albums, Singles, Session Out-Takes, Demos And Countless 'Lost' Recordings. Sleevenotes From The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton. Restored And Mastered By Alan Wilson At Western Star. Throw Away Your Bootlegs And Vinyl-Sourced Compilations - This Is The Tornados As You've Never Heard Them Before! Between 1962 and 1966, The Tornados (in many guises) were mainstays of Joe Meek's production line studio at 304 Holloway Road. From the global smash hit 'Telstar' through to later period soulful vocal tracks, the band's remarkable musicianship and Meek's inspired production techniques produced track after track of excellent and innovative 60s pop, resulting in a number of hits and near misses around the world. Expertly curated, 'Love And Fury' showcases the very best of the Tornados' material found in Joe Meek's mythical Tea Chest Tapes archive. From familiar hits (often heard at their original speed prior to Meek's speeding up process) and unfamiliar rarities and curios, spread across 131 tracks presented in previously unheard pristine sonic clarity worthy of the Meek name, this is not only a treasure trove for fans of The Tornados and Joe Meek, but also for students of British recording history and the 1960s' pop scene (let's not forget Meek and The Tornados hit #1 in the USA long before The Beatles). A plethora of demos, backing tracks and alternate versions also shed light on the working methods at 304 Holloway Road, and give an insight into the production line pop scene process unavailable anywhere ese. Restored and mastered by Meek expert Alan Wilson, and accompanied by sleevenotes from The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton and previously unseen imagery, this latest addition to the ongoing Tea Chest Tapes series continues where our previous Heinz and Glenda Collins box sets left off, exploring the unique world of Joe Meek's Holloway Road studio hit machine.
5013929790834
Tornados - Love & Fury: The Holloway Road Sessions 1962-1966

Details

Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 11/24/2023
UPC: 5013929790834

Love & Fury: The Holloway Road Sessions 1962-1966
Artist: Tornados
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Telstar (Alternate Edit)
2. Telstar (Backing)*
3. Telstar (Pre-Overdubs/Original Speed)
4. Red Roses and a Sky of Blue
5. Red Roses and a Sky of Blue (Backing Take 9)
6. Chasing Moonbeams (Original Speed)
7. Earthy
8. Swinging Beefeater (Original Speed)
9. Swinging Beefeater (Alternate Version 1)
10. Swinging Beefeater (Alternate Version 2)
11. Theme from a Summer Place (Original Speed/No SFX)
12. Love and Fury (Take 1)
13. Love and Fury (Pre-Overdubs)
14. Love and Fury (Guitar Overdub Take 4)
15. Dreamin' on a Cloud (Extended Fade)
16. Ridin' the Wind (Alternate Version Mix 2)
17. Ridin' the Wind (Backing Take 7)
18. The Breeze and I (Original Speed)
19. Jungle Fever (Extended Ending)*
20. Jungle Fever (Backing)
21. Jungle Fever (Pre-Fx)
22. Popeye Twist
23. Popeye Twist (Backing)
24. Indian Brave (Extended Fade Out)
25. Flycatcher
26. Dreams Do Come True
27. Dreams Do Come True (Backing)
28. Lullaby for Giulia (Original Speed)
29. Lullaby for Giulia (Backing Take 3)
30. Costa Monger (Original Speed)
31. Costa Monger (Backing Take 2)
32. Lonely Paradise (Original Speed)
33. Lonely Paradise (Backing)
34. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Original Speed)
35. Rip It Up
36. Rip It Up (Vocal Take 2)
37. Alan's Tune (Original Speed)
38. Alan's Tune (Backing Take 3)
39. Cootenanny (Original Speed)
40. Cootenanny (Backing Take 10)
41. Night Rider (Original Speed/No SFX)
42. Hymn for Teenagers (Original Speed)
43. Hymn for Teenagers (Backing Take 2)
44. Telstar (SFX Tape)
45. Telstar (Pre-Fx Sped Up Version)
46. Globetrotter (Original Speed)
47. Globetrotter (Mix #2)
48. Globetrotter (Backing Take 5)
49. Locomotion with Me (Original Speed)
50. Locomotion with Me (Backing Take 2)
51. Robot (Mix #4)
52. Robot (Phase 1 Take 1)
53. Robot (Phase 2 Take 11)
54. Life on Venus (Intro Speech Session)
55. Life on Venus (Intro SFX Take 2)
56. Life on Venus (Rehearsal Take)
57. Life on Venus (Backing Take 4/5)
58. Life on Venus (Alternate Mix)
59. The Ice Cream Man (Original Speed)
60. The Ice Cream Man (Backing Take 4)
61. Theme from 'The Scales of Justice' (Alternate Edit)
62. Theme from 'The Scales of Justice' (Backing Take 2)
63. Theme from 'The Scales of Justice' (Backing Take 11)
64. Ready Teddy
65. My Babe (Backing Take 3)
66. Blue Moon of Kentucky (Alternate Vocal)
67. Long Tall Sally (Lead Vocal Take 3)
68. Dragonfly (Take 7)
69. Hot Pot
70. Hot Pot (Backing Take 5)
71. Joy Stick (Original Speed)
72. Joy Stick (Backing Take 2)
73. Joy Stick (Alternate Version Mix #4)
74. Monte Carlo (Original Speed)
75. Monte Carlo (Organ Take 11)
76. Blue, Blue Blue Beat (Backing Take 1)
77. Exodus (Mix #2)
78. Blackpool Rock (Backing Take 5)
79. Blackpool Rock (Organ Take 7 with Alternate Intro)
80. Granada (Mix #7)*
81. Ragunboneman (Vocal Double Take 1)
82. Ragunboneman (Backing Take 5)
83. Early Bird (Original Speed/No SFX)
84. Early Bird (Backing Take 5)
85. Stompin' Through the Rye (Backing Take 3)
86. Stompin' Through the Rye (Overdubs Take 14)
87. Stingray (Bubbles Take 1)
88. Stingray (Backing Vocals Take 1)
89. Pop Art Goes Mozart (Backing)
90. Pop Art Goes Mozart (Overdubs Take 8)
91. Pop Art Goes Mozart (Guitar Session)*
92. Pop Art Goes Mozart (Overdubs Only)
93. Too Much in Love to Hear (Vocal Double Take 5)
94. Too Much in Love to Hear (Alternate Vocal Take 3)
95. Is That a Ship I Hear (Backing Take 4)
96. Is That a Ship I Hear (Overdubs Take 1)
97. Do You Come Here Often (Backing/No Organ)
98. Do You Come Here Often (Original Speed)
99. Do You Come Here Often (Chat Tape)
100. Telstar (Meek Demo 1)
101. Testar (Meek Demo 2)
102. Globetrotter (Meek Demo)
103. Globetrotter (Meek/Adams Demo Phase 2)
104. Robot (Meek/Adams Writing Session)
105. Ragunboneman (Meek Demo)
106. Ragunboneman (Adams Demo)
107. Indian Brave (Adams Demo)
108. Is That a Ship I Hear (Meek Demo Take 6)
109. Mean Woman Blues (With Billy Fury)
110. Halfway to Paradise (With Billy Fury)
111. Go Go Go (Move on Down the Line) (With Billy Fury)
112. I'll Never Find Another You (With Billy Fury)
113. All the Stars in the Sky (Original Speed)
114. Shake Down (Backing Take 1)
115. Shake Down (Keyboard Take 2)
116. Little Horror (Take 17)
117. Party Spirit
118. Sidewalk Serenade
119. Lullaby of the Stars
120. Alright Alright (Take 3)
121. Hurtin' Inside (Backing Take 3)
122. Hurtin' Inside (Overdubs Take 5)
123. Fortune Teller (Backing Take 2)
124. Fortune Teller (Overdubs Take 8)
125. You Can Make It If You Try (Backing Take 4)
126. You Can Make It If You Try (Vocal Take 7)
127. Lawrence of Arabia (Stereo)
128. No More You and Me (Rehearsal Take)
129. No More You and Me (Mix #8)
130. You Always Did What You Wanted (Take 2)
131. You Always Did What You Wanted (Take 3)

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The Latest Release From The Legendary Tea Chest Tapes. 119 Previously Unreleased Recordings! Albums, Singles, Session Out-Takes, Demos And Countless 'Lost' Recordings. Sleevenotes From The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton. Restored And Mastered By Alan Wilson At Western Star. Throw Away Your Bootlegs And Vinyl-Sourced Compilations - This Is The Tornados As You've Never Heard Them Before! Between 1962 and 1966, The Tornados (in many guises) were mainstays of Joe Meek's production line studio at 304 Holloway Road. From the global smash hit 'Telstar' through to later period soulful vocal tracks, the band's remarkable musicianship and Meek's inspired production techniques produced track after track of excellent and innovative 60s pop, resulting in a number of hits and near misses around the world. Expertly curated, 'Love And Fury' showcases the very best of the Tornados' material found in Joe Meek's mythical Tea Chest Tapes archive. From familiar hits (often heard at their original speed prior to Meek's speeding up process) and unfamiliar rarities and curios, spread across 131 tracks presented in previously unheard pristine sonic clarity worthy of the Meek name, this is not only a treasure trove for fans of The Tornados and Joe Meek, but also for students of British recording history and the 1960s' pop scene (let's not forget Meek and The Tornados hit #1 in the USA long before The Beatles). A plethora of demos, backing tracks and alternate versions also shed light on the working methods at 304 Holloway Road, and give an insight into the production line pop scene process unavailable anywhere ese. Restored and mastered by Meek expert Alan Wilson, and accompanied by sleevenotes from The Joe Meek Society's Craig Newton and previously unseen imagery, this latest addition to the ongoing Tea Chest Tapes series continues where our previous Heinz and Glenda Collins box sets left off, exploring the unique world of Joe Meek's Holloway Road studio hit machine.
        
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