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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".
Cream - Strange Brew
(Polydor 59106 Nor-67 VG+ 200:-)

Cream was formed in London in 1966 by Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. They were considered to be the world's first supergroup before disbanding in 1968.

Original Norwegian single; b/w "Tales of Brave Ulysses".
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".