Various Regions (AIP 5027) Leather Boy, Bruthers, Others, etc -The original series of 28 LPs contained obscure '60s recordings from all over the world. In preparing the series for CD release, we have taken a somewhat different approach. The first five volumes, always the popular favorites, have been kept largely the same, only omitting tracks more definitively reissued elsewhere, and adding several new bonus tracks to each album. Subsequent volumes have begun to take a more regional approach, drawing not just from the original Pebbles and Highs albums, but also from other compilations that have since gone out of print, as well as from our large archive of previously unreissued tracks. Some of the new Pebbles CDs include tracks never before issued, and all have been completely remastered, with all-new liner notes reflecting the latest info available to us.
Pebbles, Volume 10 is a compilation album among the CDs in the Pebbles series. This CD begins with the opening track from the Pebbles, Volume 11 LP by the mysterious Milan; a second track that was not among the three Milan songs on that LP, " On the Go" is also included. "I Can't Stand this Love, Goodbye" is the outstanding, opening track on the first Pebbles CD, Pebbles, Volume 1, released by ESD Records (not AIP Records) in 1989. The Canadian Squires were already known as Levon and the Hawks by this time – and had also released a single as the Hawks – and would eventually become the Band. The Spirit were forced to change their name by the California band Spirit, although they had been using it longer. Silver Fleet is an early effort by Jeff Katz and Jerry Kasenetz before their bubblegum pop successes a little later in the decade. The second, unreleased single by GONN closes out the album; their classic first single, "Blackout of Gretely" was a bonus track on the Pebbles, Volume 1 CD.