Post Tagged with: "Paul Revere and the Raiders"

The Byrds, Moby Grape, Zombies, Buckinghams – 60s Collector Classics Volume Two (1985)

The Byrds, Moby Grape, Zombies, Buckinghams – 60s Collector Classics Volume Two (1985)

Released back in the day when vinyl was still king, although compact discs were rapidly gaining ground and would soon seize the throne

Paul Revere and the Raiders – Evolution To Revolution: 5 Classic Albums (2013)

Originally from the Pacific Northwest, where they deservedly earned the reputation as a hotshot band, Paul Revere and the Raiders moved to Los Angeles, California in 1964 where they scaled even greater heights.

Iggy Pop, John Wetton, Nektar, Sweet, Todd Rundgren – Who Are You: An All Star Tribute to the Who (2012)

The intrigue of compilations like this is when seemingly incongruent artists successfully combine, or when somebody turns a familiar tune inside out.

Forgotten series: Don and the Goodtimes – Don and the Goodtimes (1994)

Not only do Don and the Goodtimes boast a library of great music, but their family tree is quite interesting. To begin with, the band, which formed in 1964 in Portland, Oregon, featured Don Gallucci from the Kingsmen.

Forgotten series: Paul Revere, the McCoys, others – Whole Lotta Lava (1993)

Found in the bargain bins at the now-defunct Borders Books some years ago, this Risky Business disc bears the subtitle “Make Out Music From The Psychedelic Era,” which is partially appropriate.

Half Notes: Mark Lindsay – The Complete Columbia Singles (2012)

Mark Lindsay, coming off a career-making period as frontman for Paul Revere and the Raiders, proceeded to reel off a string of solo hits for Columbia in the early 1970s