I Aint No Miracle Worker - The Chocolate Watch Band* - Forty Four (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Akinohn Reply
    Sep 16,  · –The Chocolate Watch Band* Don't Need Your Lovin' – The Chocolate Watch Band* No Way Out – The Chocolate Watch Band* Baby Blue – The Chocolate Watch Band* I'm Not Like Everybody Else – The Chocolate Watch Band* Misty Lane – The Hogs Loose Lip Sync Ship – The Chocolate Watch Band* Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love-In)/5(70).
  2. Shakahn Reply
    Apr 01,  · – The Chocolate Watch Band* Sitting There Standing Written-By – Aguilar*, Andrijasevich*, Loomis*, Tolby*, Flores* B4 – The Chocolate Watch Band* She Weaves A Tender Trap Written-By – Ed Cobb: B5 – The Chocolate Watch Band* Sweet Young Thing Written-By – Ed Cobb: B6 – The Chocolate Watch Band* I Ain't No Miracle Worker/5(52).
  3. Gardazilkree Reply
    The Chocolate Watchband is an American garage rock band that formed in in Los Altos, chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co band went through several lineup changes during its existence. Combining psychedelic and garage rock components, their sound was marked by David Aguilar's lead vocals, songwriting, as well as proto-punk musical arrangements. The band's rebellious musical posture made them one of Genres: Psychedelic rock, garage rock, proto-punk.
  4. Tobei Reply
    The Chocolate Watch Band - Forty Four (Reissue) () , I Ain't No Miracle Worker Blues Theme. The Chocolate Watch Band were formed in San Jose in Only two of the original members remained by the time they recorded their first single in Their record company would not release the second single they recorded.
  5. Mikakasa Reply
    Other cuts of note include "Don't Need Your Lovin'", "No Way Out" and the garage standard "I Ain't No Miracle Worker". The band was another of the bands managed by Ed Cobb who sometimes replaced the actual band members with studio musicians at the recording dates. Mark Loomis' gritty guitar playing is evident on many of the cuts.
  6. Brale Reply
    The Chocolate Watchband - Forty Four ( us, impressive acid garage psych) In the roll call of s garage band heroes, the Chocolate Watchband reside at the very top. Their notoriety derives from the handful of singles and LPs that they made, balanced between the Watchband’s own intense Anglophilic blues wailing, and mysterioso studio.
  7. Salmaran Reply
    The first official Chocolate Watchband anthology was a triumph of sorts, although it also has some flaws that are unusual for a Rhino Records release -- the most obvious of which to real fans of the band is that it over-reaches. Purists may not care for the way the producers have freely mixed the recordings (mostly singles) featuring only the actual Watchband (i.e., David Aguilar, Mark Loomis.
  8. Sale Reply
    The only compilation by the Chocolate Watchband to contain just material recorded by the band and not session guys. Far out man - the Watch Band on CD. One of our best selling 60s rock items goes digital with the '44' album from one of the grooviest acid rock bands of the late 60s.
  9. Dishura Reply
    Mar 13,  · The Chocolate Watch Band: Don't Need Your Lovin' From the film "Riot on sunset strip" (). If any artist/label want material removed, please just ask via message and it .

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