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Dave Clark Five - Can't You see that she's Mine
(Columbia DS-2237 Swe-64 VG 175:-)

For a very brief time in 1964, it seemed that the biggest challenger to the Beatles' phenomenon was the Dave Clark Five. They were the first British Invasion band to break in a big way in the States after the Beatles, though the Rolling Stones and others quickly supplanted the DC5 as the Fab Four's most serious rivals.

Original Swedish single with an unique picture sleeve, b/w "I Love You no More". Both sleeve and vinyl are rated Very Good.
Dave Dee, Dozy, Mick and Tich - Hideaway
(Fontana 465312 PS Swe-6? EX 300:-)

Hook-laden tunes transformed Salisbury, Wiltshire, England-based quintet Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich into one the United Kingdom's top pop bands of the mid-'60s.

Original Swedish EP; containing "Hideaway", "You make it Move", "Hold Tight!" and "Here's a Heart".
Davies, Dave - Susannah's still Alive
(Pye 7N-17429 PS Nor-67 VG+ 200:-)

Dave Davies was the lead guitarist for the Kinks and an occasional songwriter, with the 1967 Top Five hit "Death of a Clown" and much solo work after the Kinks broke up.

Second solo single from the Kinks' lead guitarist. Picture sleeve printed in Norway for the Scandinavian market only.
Davis Group, Spencer - Gimme some Lovin'
(Fontana 267 647-1F Swe-66 VG+ 150:-)

His ferocious soul-drenched vocals belying his tender teenage years, Stevie Winwood powered the Spencer Davis Group's three biggest U.S. hits during their brief life span as one of the British Invasion's most convincing R&B-based combos.

Original Swedish single; b/w "Blues in F".
Dead Fingers Talk - This Crazy World
(Pye 7N 46156 UK-79 EX 175:-)

Dead Fingers Talk are a largely forgotten, and very under-rated band. They hailed from Hull and released one album entitled “Storm the Reality Studios”, which was produced by Hull-born Mick Ronson.

Original UK pressing; b/w "The Boyfriend".
Devo - Mongoloid
(Booji Boy 7033-14 US-77 VG+ 175:-)

One of new wave's most innovative and (for a time) successful bands, Devo was also perhaps one of its most misunderstood. Their music echoed a view of society as rigid, repressive, and mechanical, with appropriate touches -- jerky, robotic rhythms; an obsession with technology and electronics (the group was among the first non-prog rock bands to make the synthesizer a core element); often atonal melodies and chord progressions -- all of which were filtered through the perspectives of geeky misfits.

This is the 2nd pressing with blue printing inside the gatefold cover.
Dino, Kenny - Betty Jean
(Columbia 43062 Promo US-64 EX 175:-)

Although he recorded his only hit, "Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night," in 1961, Kenny Dino provided a major influence for Elton John and Robert Plant, who covered the song on his 1990 album, "Manic Nirvana". Enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1957, Dino spent several months stationed in Iceland. While there, he succumbed to friends' urging and entered a music talent competition. Singing an Elvis Presley tune, he placed second in the contest. He continued to sing while stationed in Maine, Florida, and Texas. Forming a band with five Mexican-American vocalists, Dino spent three years touring throughout Texas and Louisiana. A semi-regular performer at the San Antonio Blues Club, he often jammed with a young Doug Sahm.
Donovan - Josie
(Pye NEP-5044 Swe-66 EX 225:-)

Upon his emergence during the mid-'60s, Donovan was anointed "Britain's answer to Bob Dylan," a facile but largely unfounded comparison which compromised the Scottish folk-pop troubadour's own unique vision. Where the thrust of Dylan's music remains its bleak introspection and bitter realism, Donovan fully embraced the wide-eyed optimism of the flower power movement, his ethereal, ornate songs radiating a mystical beauty and childlike wonder; for better or worse, his recordings remain quintessential artifacts of the psychedelic era, capturing the peace and love idealism of their time to perfection.

Scarce original Swedish EP; also includes "Keep on Truckin", "Turqouise" and "Hey Gyp".
Doors - Wild Child
(Metronome J-27001 PS Swe-68 VG+ 200:-)

The Doors, one of the most influential and controversial rock bands of the 1960s, were formed in Los Angeles in 1965 by UCLA film students Ray Manzarek, keyboards, and Jim Morrison, vocals; with drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger. The group never added a bass player, and their sound was dominated by Manzarek's electric organ work and Morrison's deep, sonorous voice, with which he sang and intoned his highly poetic lyrics.

Original Swedish single with an unique picture sleeve; B-side is "Touch Me". Both sleeve and label has been stamped "Konsum Sundsvall"; the vinyl has a few small marks.
Drones - Temptations of a White Collar Worker
(O.H.M...S. GOODMIX 1 UK-77 VG+ 200:-)

The Drones were a British punk band, specifically from Manchester, comprised of guitarist Gus "Gangrene" Callendar, bassist Steve "Whisper" Cundall, vocalist/guitarist M.J. Drone (Mike Howells), and drummer Peter "Perfect" Howells. They began as an R&B-influenced pub band named Rockslide but made the transition to punk after its first waves struck.

UK 4-track EP; containing "Lookalikes", "Corgi Crap", "Hard On Me" & "You'll Lose", fold out picture sleeve. The sleeve, as to be expected, shows a little shelfwear but the vinyl is in great condition!
Drug Addix -Make a Record
(Chiswick SW 39 UK-78 EX 175:-)

Prior to the start of her own solo recording career, Kirsty MacColl appeared – masquerading as Mandy Doubt – on the E.P. ‘The Drug Addix Make a Record’, originally released in 1978 when Kirsty was only 18.

Original UK 4-track EP; containing "Gay Boys in Bondage", "Addington Shuffle", "Special Clinic" and "Glutton for Punishment".