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2LP released: Jun 28, 2019

Tracklisting:
Disc 1
1. That's The Way It's Got To Be - The Poets
2. Incense - The Anglos
3. Nobody Knows What'S Goin' On (In My Mind But Me) - The Chiffons
4. Agent Double-o-soul - Edwin Starr
5. Too Many People - The Leaves
6. London Town - The Pretty Things
7. Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness) - Donovan
8. We Sell Soul - The Spades
1. Bad Little Woman - The Wheel-a-ways
2. The Other Place - The Seeds
3. Walkin' My Cat Named Dog - Norma Tanega
4. Help Me (Get The Feeling) Part 1 - Ray Sharpe With The King Curtis Orchestra
5. Along Comes Mary - The Association
6. Sock It To Em Jb Pt 2 - Rex Garvin & The Mighty Cravers
7. Tell Me That You Love Me - James Brown & The Famous
8. People! Let'S Freak Out - Freaks Of Nature
9. The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game - The
10. Marvelettes
1. Never Ever - The Action
2. Take Me In Your Arms And Love Me - Gladys Knight & The
3. I'M Five Years Ahead Of My Time - The Third Bardo
4. Mr Soul - The Buffalo Springfield
5. Hold On - Sharon Tandy
6. At The Third Stroke - The Picadilly Line
7. Slim Jenkin'S Place - Booker T & The Mg's
8. The Music Goes Round My Head - The Easybeats
1. Danse A La Musique - The French Fries
2. Wonderboy - The Kinks
3. I Say A Little Prayer - Aretha Franklin
4. Rain - Kak
5. Lord Of The Manor - The Everly Brothers
6. Train To Nowhere - Savoy Brown
7. Kick Out The Jams (Preview Pressing) - Mc5
VARIOUS ARTISTS
JON SAVAGE’S 1965-1968 THE HIGH SIXTIES ON 45
Label: ACE RECORDS
Cat No: XXQLP2060
Barcode: 0029667009515
Packaging: 2LP

Spread over four sides of two 33rpm 12-inch
albums, this is a love letter to the 7-inch single.
Since 2016, author Jon Savage has collaborated
with Ace Records in a mapping of the mid-to-late
60s in terms of 45rpm singles. We began with
1966 and time stretched backwards and forwards
over 96 songs and four double CDs – one
collection per year between 1965 and 1968.
We did discuss releasing the series on LP format
but each compilation would have needed a triple
album. So, by way of a résumé, we’ve decided to
compress the four years into one year per side:
beginning in early 1965 and ending in very late
1968. The intention is to give a flavour of each CD
compilation, and an idea of their reach across the
two albums.
You’ll also find songs that have not been
released on any official vinyl album before,
including the single version of ‘Rain’ by Kak, the
overdubbed ‘People! Let’s Freak Out’ by the
Freaks Of Nature and the preview pressing of the
MC5’s ‘Kick Out The Jams’, to name but three.
Pressed on 180g orange vinyl, housed in a heavy-
duty gatefold jacket, with copiously illustrated
track notes on the inner bags.