DUNWICH STORY- VA LAST COPIES! 60s GARAGE COMP LPVoxx
FINAL RUN-ltd ed of 50 -We found a few jackets at the pressing plant and did a final run of this long out of print title. Get a little piece of history!
Dunwich Records was an independent American record label started by Bill Traut, Eddie Higgins and George Badonsky in Chicago in 1965.
Dunwich was also a production company which licensed recordings to other labels, including Atlantic, Atco, Columbia, Mercury and SGC. The label was primarily known for the release of singles from the emerging Chicago rock scene in the 1960s.
Only two artists, the Shadows of Knight and Amanda Ambrose,actually released LPs on the label. They were later absorbed by ATCO Records but, for one brief shining moment...they ruled the airwaves!
NOTE: the inner sleeve is long gone, sorry!
A1 –Warner Brothers, The Lonely I
A2 –Del-Vetts, The Every Time
A3 –George Edwards* Quit Your Low Down Ways
A4 –Saturday's Children Tomorrow Is Her Name
A5 –Knaves, The Tease Me
A6 –Banshees, The Project Blue
A7 –Del-Vetts, The Last TIme Around
A8 –Shadows Of Knight, The Radio Spot
A9 –Rovin' Kind, The My Generation
B1 –Shadows Of Knight, The I've Got My Mojo Working
B2 –Things To Come, The* I'm Not Talkin'
B3 –Saturday's Children Man With Money
B4 –Knaves, The Away
B5 –Knaves, The Leave Me Alone
B6 –Light Nites, The Same Old Thing
B7 –Del-Vetts, The That's The Way It Is
B8 –Pride & Joy, The* If You're Ready