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Cam-Pact - Living In The 60s Download

  • Performer: Cam-Pact
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: Living In The 60s
  • Released: 1977
  • Style: Rock & Roll, Beat
  • Label: Missing Link
  • Catalog: MLEP-2
  • Country: Australia
  • MP3 version size: 2721 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2640 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 567

Tracklist

1(You Don't Have To) Break It To Me Slowly
Written-By – Chris Stockley
2Drawing Room
Written-By – Keith Glass
3Wasted (On A Fantasy)
Written-By – Keith Glass
4I'm Your Puppet
Written-By – Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham

Credits

  • Drums, VocalsTrevor Courtney
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsChris Stockley (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Guitar, Piano, VocalsGreg Cook (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Guitar, VocalsChris Stockley (tracks: A1, A2), Greg Cook (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Lead VocalsKeith Glass (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Vocals, Bass GuitarKeith Glass (tracks: B1, B2)

Notes

A four track EP of songs limited to 1000 pressings.

Recorded Media Sound mid 1968.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Media Sound Studio

Video

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Cam-Pact were formed in Melbourne in April 1967 with a line up of Mark Barnes on bass guitar ex-Moppa Blues, Roadrunners, Delta Set Keith Glass on vocals and guitar Rising Sons, Eighteenth Century Quartet John Pugh on guitar, vocals and autoharp Roadrunners, Delta Set, Eighteenth Century Quartet Chris Stockley on guitar Roadrunners, Delta Set. In 1977 Glass, with David Pepperell, created Missing Link Records and one of their first releases was a four-track EP by Cam-Pact, Living in the '60s. In October 2002 Glass oversaw his label's release of a Cam-Pact compilation album, Psychedelic Pop 'n' Soul 1967-69. Mark Barnes died in August 2014. Contact Living In The 60s on Messenger. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created 5 August 2016. Genocide Pact vocalistguitarist Tim Mullaney and drummer Connor Donegan explain how living in the capital of the . Washington, D. informed see humans living in huge circular structures, complete with gravity. There are vistas of greenery, trees and lakes. Researchers concluded: space colonization is desirable because of the hope it offers humanity. This Is How The 70s U. Government Pictured Us Living In Space Colonies. Duration: 01:05 2 hrs ago. In the 1950s, the album charts were dominated by easy listening singers like Bing Crosby and endless musicals, records that only have niche audiences now. But so many top LPs from the 1960s continue to enthrall old and new listeners, and they're still re-discovered and re-assessed. This list is Pitchforks attempt to do just that. Inevitably, our list also reflects the realities of the marketplace in the 60s-some brilliant singles artists never made a great album. But we hope this list represents the best of what the decade has to offer and reflects how people explore music now. These vintage 60s photos depict the everyday lives of the people who challenged the conventional - whether it be morals, design, or style. Kids enjoy Halloween in costume on a living room . 9 of 67. The Abilene, Texas track club, . Barefoot biking in the late . 51 of 67. At a London pub, 1967. Living on base is very uniting and even though military families move around a lot you always seem to end up together again and again through out the years. Hide Caption. 18 of 29. Chris Brown's family photo is a perfect example. Two friends living in a small town during the 1960s, run away to enjoy their freedom during the Vietnam War, thus disappointing the father of one of them. When they return to town, they realize the importance of family unity. Director: Ernest Thompson Stars: Robert Downey Jr. Kiefer Sutherland, Bruce Dern, Mariette Hartley. Kevin Arnold recalls growing up during the late 60s and early 70s the turbulent social times make the transition from child to adult unusually interesting. Stars: Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Daniel Stern, Alley Mills. Votes: 33 171. This is a very good compilation of 60s singles by artists from each side of the Atlantic. All the songs are the originals by the artists for whom these songs were hits in the 1960s, with a good selection of US pop and soul and British Invasion pop. The sound is excellent and the sequencing is good. One little quibble: I understand completely that it's not possible to get recordings by everyone for compilations like this. List of the best pop artists of the 60s, ranked. The 1960s may very well be the best decade for music in the rock era. Music from the decade 1960-69 can bring back good memories for many who grew up in this era and holds a certain allure for those who were born later. It's tough to decide which artists were truly the best of the 60s - perhaps the easiest way to judge these 1960s bands is by their staying power. Yes, many on this list were popular bands in the 60s, but which ones continue to touch future generations with their songs The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles are