Waterloo Records

Vinyl LP pressing. Bona fide all-girl bands the Hairem, the Girls, the Debutantes, the Missfits, the Beat-Chics and the Ace Of Cups are stars of the show on this new vinyl volume in our ear-grabbing "Girls With Guitars" series, providing further confirmation that girls can do what the guys do. This collection opens with 'Get Away From Me' by the mean-sounding Angels (probably not the 'My Boyfriend's Back' group of that name), a slice of feisty she-rock recorded circa 1965 that remained on the shelf at Philadelphia's Swan Records until Ace rescued it about 40 years later, and closes with 'Glue' by the Ace Of Cups, a hippy outfit raved about by Jimi Hendrix in a Melody Maker interview back in 1967. Elsewhere, ballsy-voiced Joyce Harris (think Wanda Jackson meets Tina Turner) teams up with Texas bar band the Daylighters to tear the roof off 'I Got My Mojo Working', teenage ice skater Debbie Williams sings lead with male garage band the Unwritten Law, guitarist Chiyo fronts the Crescents on the instrumental 'Pink Dominos' and, well, you get the picture. Those so inclined can learn more about all the tracks on the swanky inner bag containing a picture-packed 3,000-word track commentary by series compiler Mick Patrick
Vinyl LP pressing. Bona fide all-girl bands the Hairem, the Girls, the Debutantes, the Missfits, the Beat-Chics and the Ace Of Cups are stars of the show on this new vinyl volume in our ear-grabbing "Girls With Guitars" series, providing further confirmation that girls can do what the guys do. This collection opens with 'Get Away From Me' by the mean-sounding Angels (probably not the 'My Boyfriend's Back' group of that name), a slice of feisty she-rock recorded circa 1965 that remained on the shelf at Philadelphia's Swan Records until Ace rescued it about 40 years later, and closes with 'Glue' by the Ace Of Cups, a hippy outfit raved about by Jimi Hendrix in a Melody Maker interview back in 1967. Elsewhere, ballsy-voiced Joyce Harris (think Wanda Jackson meets Tina Turner) teams up with Texas bar band the Daylighters to tear the roof off 'I Got My Mojo Working', teenage ice skater Debbie Williams sings lead with male garage band the Unwritten Law, guitarist Chiyo fronts the Crescents on the instrumental 'Pink Dominos' and, well, you get the picture. Those so inclined can learn more about all the tracks on the swanky inner bag containing a picture-packed 3,000-word track commentary by series compiler Mick Patrick
029667022811
Girls With Guitars Got Eyes On You / Various
Artist: Girls With Guitars Got Eyes On You / Various
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Get Away from Me - the Angels
2. The Hoochy Coo - the Fatimas
3. Ask Me - Debbie Williams ; the Unwritten Law
4. Grave Digger - Unknown Group
5. Give Me Rhythm and Blues - the Mysteries
6. Bus Stop - the Hairem
7. Pink Dominos - Chiyo ; the Crescents
8. I Got My Mojo Working - Joyce Harris ; the Daylighters
9. Chico's Girl - the Girls
10. If You Wanna Be Happy - the Debutantes
11. Dimples - the Missfits
12. Skinny Minnie - the Beat-Chics
13. Mary Had a Little Kiss - the Tomboys
14. Glue - the Ace of Cups

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Vinyl LP pressing. Bona fide all-girl bands the Hairem, the Girls, the Debutantes, the Missfits, the Beat-Chics and the Ace Of Cups are stars of the show on this new vinyl volume in our ear-grabbing "Girls With Guitars" series, providing further confirmation that girls can do what the guys do. This collection opens with 'Get Away From Me' by the mean-sounding Angels (probably not the 'My Boyfriend's Back' group of that name), a slice of feisty she-rock recorded circa 1965 that remained on the shelf at Philadelphia's Swan Records until Ace rescued it about 40 years later, and closes with 'Glue' by the Ace Of Cups, a hippy outfit raved about by Jimi Hendrix in a Melody Maker interview back in 1967. Elsewhere, ballsy-voiced Joyce Harris (think Wanda Jackson meets Tina Turner) teams up with Texas bar band the Daylighters to tear the roof off 'I Got My Mojo Working', teenage ice skater Debbie Williams sings lead with male garage band the Unwritten Law, guitarist Chiyo fronts the Crescents on the instrumental 'Pink Dominos' and, well, you get the picture. Those so inclined can learn more about all the tracks on the swanky inner bag containing a picture-packed 3,000-word track commentary by series compiler Mick Patrick
        
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