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Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness) - Various - Maximum Freakbeat (CD)

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  1. The Raconteurs are an alternative rock band, formed in Detroit, Michigan, United States, in The band consists of Jack White (vocals, guitar), Brendan Benson (vocals, guitar), Jack Lawrence (bass) and Patrick Keeler (drums). The band considers themselves to be a "new band made up of old friends" and the members are also members of other rock groups: White was a member of The White Stripes.
  2. The Freakbeat Scene () is another entry in Decca Records' lauded archival "Scene" series. Each respective title has proven to be as much a treat for the hardcore fan as for the curious neophyte. The focus of this track anthology is the mid- to late-'60s mod, soul, rock, garage, and psychedelia-influenced British bands that created a distinctive synthesis of sounds that have become.
  3. A little bit high, high on maybe the ganja, and there's an incense stick. It's very quiet, the music's really low, jazz maybe, and I turn to Gyp, and say, 'Hey Gyp, dig the slowness.' Because, when you're actually in an altered state, you can watch things that are moving really slow.
  4. VA - Maximum Freakbeat () The Rocking Stars - Beat In Germany () VA - The Many Faces Of The Beatles () Kenny Rogers - Hits () The Who - Gutter Punks At A Warehouse () Ella Mae Morse - Rocks () VA - Jukebox Favorieten () Vic Damone - The Very Best () VA - The Mojo Anthology ().
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Maximum Freakbeat: An Essential 60's Compilation - Various Artists on AllMusic - and the Truth ("Hey Gyp [Dig the Slowness]"), about which precious little is known, and the release itself is a CD-R, which doesn't exactly stand as a recommendation. But the music is 7/
  6. The previously unrealised "Busker Bill" and "I Can't Make It Alone" are both worthy additions to my CD collection, Busker Bill has an almost "Toy town" feel. The album highlight for me is a pounding, stomping, baby You've Got it and Hey Gyp (Dig the slowness) which grooves along nicely thank you very much/5(15).
  7. May 12,  · "Freakbeat" is a label applied retroactively to music created in the transition from the pill-fueled mod years of the early-to-mids to the psychedelic sounds that flourished by decade's end. Freakbeat stretched the straight ahead dance beats with heavier bass and reverb, fuzz boxes and phase units that created a more elastic sound.
  8. 13) Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) - Keith Sheilds 14) I'm Leaving - Mark Four 15) Sorry She's Mine - Jimmy Winston 16) Wooden Spoon - the Poets 17) Just Help Me Please - Outer Limits 18) I Am Nearly There - Dennis Couldry ; The Next Collection 19) I Can Take It - Blue Stars 20) Poor Little Heartbreaker - Timebox 21) Run ; Hide - the Fairytale.
  9. Aug 28,  · Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness) 4 Various: Maximum Freakbeat ‎ (CD, Comp, RE) Past & Present Records: PAPRCD UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. freshnuff August 28, Report; edited 11 months ago.5/5(3).

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