Gritty garage work from one of the coolest combos of the south in the 60s -- Atlanta's Night Shadows, a group with a sound that would have been right at home on the Sunset Strip!
This second chapter in the group's career showcases the time when Little Phil took over as their lead vocalist -- a singer with a style that's much hipper than you might guess from his name, with a sense of darkness that really matches the raw pre-psyche guitars in the group.
CD features 16 pages of notes and images from the group's history -- plus 14 titles that include "60 Second Swinger", "The Hot Rod Song", "I Did My Part", "In The Air", "So Much", "Dancing To A Different Beat", and "Perils Of Pauline".
|2||Plenty Of Trouble|
|3||The Way It Used To Be|
|4||The Hot Rog Song|
|5||I Did My Part|
|6||In The Air|
|7||Perils Of Pauline|
|8||Dancing To A Different Beat|
|9||The Hot Dog Man|
|11||I Wish I Could Sing Soul Music|
|14||60 Second Swinger|