NORTHWEST UNRELEASED MASTERS 1967-1970 Vinyl Record
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Featuring Ray Kennedy and Roger Huycke from legendary garage band The Wilde Knights (of "Beaver Patrol"/"Just Like Me" fame), King Biscuit Entertainers rocked the Northwest music scene between 1968 and 1971, building up a reputation as one of the better live bands from the Pacific Northwest ballroom circuit. In addition to releasing a bunch of 45s for several local labels, the band recorded lot of stuff at their own state-of-the art home studio, material that has not seen the light of day until now. This retrospective features a selection from their previously unreleased tape archive plus rare 45 sides, 1967-1970, including the fantastic garage-jangle 45 they recorded under the Genesis name. Music ranges from British-influenced Mod-Psych to early Hard Rock with stunning guitar and vocals. The raw sound and production brings to mind similar bands like Brain Police. Remastered sound; includes liner notes.
A1. Get Me to Chicago
A2. Window of Sand
A3. Now Baby, I Love You
A4. It's Your Life (People Get Close to Me)
A5. (The Courtship Of) Priscilla Brown
B1. Rollin' Free Man
B2. Rosemary's Second Child
B3. Sunset Blues
B4. Groovin' an' Dreamin'
B5. Judgement (Look Up and Get Ready)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.