PHILIP GOODHAND-TAIT & THE STORMSVILLE SHAKERS 1965 & 1966/Ricky-Tick…40 Years On

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This eponymous album compiles all of the band’s grand studio recordings and a trio of exuberant live numbers, 14 tracks in all, and twins it with the now reformed band’s 2005 studio album, ‘Ricky-Tick.

www.allmusic.com (March 2008)


…this collection is the first comprehensive look at a great lost UK club band of the
’60s…The first 14 trck on the CD come from the Shakers’ mid-60s heyday with
the remaining ten tracks coming froma 2005 reunion album…For anyone with even a passing appreciation of Alan Bown, Cliff Bennett or Moon’s Train, this Stormsville Shakers collection will not disappoint

www.shindig-magazine.com


All told this is a sumptuous set, and a superb tribute to one of Britain’s finest composers.

Jo-Ann Greene, allmusic.com (May 2008)


…high-energy guitar-and-saxes soul and r’n'b sound captured on a series of studio and live pieces…

The Beat (May 2008)

 

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