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Castells - So This is Love
(London HLN-9551 no PS UK-62 sos EX 200:-)

The Castells were a male vocal quartet from Santa Rosa, California best remembered for their hits "Sacred" (#20 in 1961) and "So This Is Love" (#21 in 1962), both released on Era Records.[1]

Their sound blended light rock with elements of collegiate harmony singing and jazz, and proved popular with teenagers as well as adults.

Original UK single, b/w "On the Street of Tears".
Creation - Making Time
(Raw RAW-4 UK-77 EX 225:-)

The Creation burst on the British pop/rock scene in 1966 with "Making Time," a single that seemed to have everything going for it -- a killer beat after a brief (but catchy) stop-and-go intro, a great chorus, and a flashy, slashy, crunchy lead guitar part by Eddie Phillips. But thanks to an unaccountable weakness in their British sales -- as opposed to their German chart action, which was downright robust -- and some instability in their lineup, they were never to enjoy any of the recognition they deserved, and a right turn from psychedelia into soul at the wrong moment took whatever wind they had out of their sails (and sales.

Scarce UK re-issue, b/w "Painter Man", in an unique picture sleeve.
Croall, Steve - Times that went Before
(Select BEE-103 Swe-66 VG+ 300:-)

VERY RARE and hard-to-find folk rock EP by this musician from Scotland who moved to Sweden in the 60's.

Original Swedish pressing; containing "The Times that went Before", "Nine Hundred Miles", "Don't Think Twice, it's All Right" and "Bob Dylan's Dream".