LES BOWLERS -ST (1964 Stones/Beatles infl.) LP

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The Bowlers were from Paris, formed in 1964 by a group of teenages. They got inspired by notably English groups played on French radio, especially the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. After performing in Paris, they eventually became a support act for with the Yardbirds, the Moody Blues, Ronnie Bird, Antoine and the Problems, among others. They recorded 2 EPs in 1966 for the Barclay label, mixed by an engineer who was not at all in phase with the group. A third EP, which would have a contribution by a brass section, was also planned, but it was never released. That EP, with tracks unreleased for more than five decades, appears on this compilation LP.