Limited 180gm yellow vinyl LP pressing with a fully illustrated inner sleeve. 2016 collection. For British girl-pop, 1960s Decca is a goldmine. The label had i's A&R hounds sniffing into every nook and cranny of the British Isles, signing up Midlands schoolgirls (the Orchids), London folk club denizens (Dana Gillespie, Beverley), former child actresses (Adrienne Poster, Sandra Barry), Liverpudlian girl groups (the Vernons Girls, the Satin Bells), soulful northerners (Elkie Brooks, Truly Smith) and Scots (Lulu, Barry St John), well-connected Chelsea girls (Louise Cordet, Twinkle, Marianne Faithfull), Merseybeat wannabes (Beryl Marsden), talent show winners (Billie Davis, Babbity Blue, Jean Martin) and even transient Americans (Goldie & the Gingerbreads). Decca's female roster was largely placed in the skilled hands of producers, arrangers and writers such as Mike Leander, Andrew Loog Oldham, Shel Talmy, Charles Blackwell and Tony Meehan, who sourced a steady supply of homemade and American soul, folk-rock, beat and pop.
I'm in Love with You - Billie Davis
No! No! No! - Dana Gillespie
That's Right Baby - Marianne Faithfull
Where The Good Times Are - Beverley
Poor Old Johnny - Twinkle
Love Hit Me - The Orchids
I Stand Accused (Of Loving You) - The Satin Bells
I Wanna Go Back There Again - Truly Smith
Something Beautiful - Adrienne Poster
I'll Come Running Over - Lulu
Hey Boy - Barry St John
Little Boy - Goldie & The Gingerbreads
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.