JUJUS - You Treated Me Bad 65-67 (60s garage psych Pebbles all stars!) CDCICADELIC RECORDS
Since their arrival on the music scene in 1965, the mystique of The JuJus and their lead singer, Ray Hummel, has continued to grow over the ensuing decades (helped along by the inclusion of 'You Treat Me Bad' on the first volume of Pebbles in 1979).
Their first single 'You Treat Me Bad' rose to the number two position on the top 40 and catapulted the band to regional fame in Michigan. The JuJus initially blended an impressive brand of folk-rock and British-invasion sounds with a raw garage band sound.
In 1967 they opted for a more psychedelic sound.
Compiled on this CD are all the JuJu singles, as well as a plethora of unreleased gems from 1965 to 1967. A detailed booklet contains photos, radio surveys, band memorabilia, and a retrospective of The JuJus as related by band member Rod Shepard.
The front cover photo of The JuJus features Ray Hummel, Max Colley, Bill Gorski and Rod Shepard. Also pictured are the JuJus at Kent Country Airport during the heigh of JuJu-mania, ready to take on the world in 1965."
|1||You Treat Me Bad (alternative version)|
|2||Hey Little Girl (alternative version)|
|5||I Love Her So|
|6||She's My Girl|
|7||There She Goes|
|8||The Gentle Rain|
|10||It's Gonna Be Alright|
|11||You Treat Me Bad|
|12||I'm Really Sorry|
|13||Do You Understand Me|
|14||Sometime Or Other|
|15||If You Really Love Me|
|16||In The Park|
|17||Hey Little Girl|
|18||Come On Children|
|19||The Gentle Rain (alternative stereo version)|
|20||Fine Day (alternative stereo version)|
|21||I'll Be There|
|22||I Don't Want To See You Again|
|23||Open Up Your Door|