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    Goldie and the Gingerbreads

    Just put an order in and went back and looked and apparently, got the last
    copy. They restock. I've never seen an entire CD devoted to them.


    Goldie & The Gingerbreads
    Thinking About The Good Times Complete Recordings 1964 to 1966

    You requested this item on July 24, 2021

    CD [[Item 988070) Ace [[UK), Mid 60s Condition: New Copy

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    A heck of a great girl group from the 60s one who never got much play on our side of the Atlantic, but who were one of the most unique UK groups of the time! For one thing, the quartet didn't just sing to studio backings they also played their own instruments too which made them more in the mode of some of the mod male British acts of the time than some of the more polished Brit pop female singers! Not that they didn't get great help in the studio, though as some of these cuts feature top production efforts from giants like Alan Price and Shel Talmy both of whom never get in the girls' way, and just find a mode to let their sound shine even more strongly on record! Goldie & The Gingerbreads never got the full fame they deserved save for a few singles issued on Decca and smaller labels but they did record plenty for a brief stretch, as you'll hear here in a selection of 20 tracks that includes a few unissued tracks done for Atlantic Records as well. Titles include "That's Why I Love You", "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat", "Look For Me Baby", "The Skip", "VIP", "Bye Bye Baby", "What Kind Of Man Are You", "Something Beautiful", "Chew Chew Fee Fi Fum", "Little Boy", and "Sporting Life". 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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    According to Amazon US, this isn't even available until August 6, 2021. Just put in my pre-order. I wish someone would release Genya Ravan's self-titled Columbia album in digital. I wore that album out back in the day. And the single of Mammy Blue, which I still remember her doing on a TV show.
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    Seems that at times Dusty Groove gets them first? Checked my tracking and it should
    be here in a day or so.

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    That's good going, especially as you can't even get it from Ace until 30th July. I'm without amplification currently and have at least two box sets coming that day. I'll definitely go for this once back on track though. I wonder why they didn't go to 67 and include "different circles"?

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    My CD arrived yesterday. The booklet [[almost book) that accompanied it was fabulous.
    Phenomenal amount of pics and one of the better liner notes I've seen of recent years.
    Ace really did them justice. If you're a fan or even mildly interested...this is a must have.

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    Just wondered why they're called a UK girl group in Post 1; I always thought they were American.

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