Various Artists - Pictures In The Sky (Rubble Seven) - 1988 - Beat, Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock - vinyl - 16-48 - flac - Bam-Caruso Records - KIRI 083 - my own vinyl rip




A1 - The Orange Seaweed - Pictures In The Sky 2:57 - 1968
Written-By – Peter Morris (10)
A2 - The Glass Menagerie - You Didn't Have To Be So Nice 2:26 - 1968
Bass – John Medley
Drums – Bill Atkinson
Guitar – Alan Kendall
Vocals – Lou Stonebridge
Written-By – John Sebastian, Steve Boone
A3 - The Orange Machine - Real Life Permenant Dream 3:17 - 1968
Written-By – Keith Hopkins
A4 - The Carnaby - Jump And Dance 2:38 - 1965
Bass – Andy Andrews
Drums – Ronnie Ross (2)
Guitar – Steve Miners
Rhythm Guitar – Kip Smith (2)
Vocals – John Cahillane
Written-By – Andy Andrews
A5 - New Formula - Harekrishna 4:10 - 1969
Written-By – Galt MacDermot, Gerome Ragni, James Rado
A6 - The Onyx - So Sad Inside 2:35 - 1969
Written-By – Al Hodge, Dick Bland, Roger Dell, Steve Cotton, Tony Priest
A7 - The Flying Machine - The Flying Machine 2:38 - 1969
Written By – K. Paff
A8 - The Primitives (2) - You Said 2:21 - 1965
Bass – Roger James
Drums – Mike Wilding
Lead Guitar – Geoff Eaton
Rhythm Guitar – John E. Soul
Vocals – Jay Roberts (2)
Written-By – Geoff Tindall
B1 - The Onyx - You Gotta Be With Me 2:35 - 1968
Written-By – Doug Flett, Guy Fletcher (2)
B2 - The Ivy League - My World Fell Down 2:52 - 1966
Performer – John Carter (2), Ken Lewis (3), Perry Ford
Written-By – Geoff Stephens, John Carter (2)
B3 - The Epics - Blue Turns To Grey 2:54 - 1966
Performer – Mike Blakley, Vic Elmes
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
B4 - The Factotums - Cloudy 2:01 - 1967
Written-By – Bruce Woodley, Paul Simon
B5 - The Koobas - Better Make Up Your Mind 2:28 - 1966
Bass – Keith Ellis
Drums – Tony O'Reilly
Guitar – Roy Morris, Stuart Leathwood
Written-By – Horace Ott
B6 - Erkey Grant And The Eerwigs - I'm A Hog For You 2:10 - 1963
Written-By – Leiber & Stoller
B7 - The Primitives (2) - Help Me 3:39 - 1964
Bass – Roger James
Drums – Mike Wilding
Lead Guitar – Geoff Eaton
Rhythm Guitar – John E. Soul
Vocals – Jay Roberts (2)
Written-By – Ralph Bass, Sonny Boy Williamson (2)
B8 - Velvett Fogg - Within The Night 4:47 - 1969
Written-By – Keith Law








The Rubble Collection CD series, which is absolutely not remastered, is missing vinyl numbers 7, 14 and 20, tracks 13 and 14 of volume 4 and from 13 to 16 of volume 19, so after having posted the first 4 volumes now is the time to post a vinyl, which of course I prefer.

16 songs from 1963 to 1969 that should not be missing in any self-respecting discography!

My personal favorite is Velvett Fogg, a band I've always loved madly since I first bought them about 30 years ago.

You can find the previous volumes here:

The Rubble Collection Volume 1: http://bordeldorock.blogspot.com/2019/12/various-artists-rubble-collection.html
The Rubble Collection Volume 2: http://bordeldorock.blogspot.com/2019/12/various-artists-rubble-collection_21.html
The Rubble Collection Volume 3: http://bordeldorock.blogspot.com/2020/01/various-artists-rubble-collection.html
The Rubble Collection Volume 4:
http://bordeldorock.blogspot.com/2020/01/various-artists-rubble-collection_30.html

Dig it!

rawkin' dog





 

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  1. my own vinyl rip - 16.48 - flca

    https://mega.nz/file/6xgmjDDZ#1QcfYgTVlGKAvUNrZhc20meaKT4SSvplVPx0Xfom3Mo

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    1. Thank you rawkin' dog! At one point I had both the CDs and the original vinyl collections but somehow over the years, I think when I moved into my current apartment in 1999, the LPs disappeared. Which is a shame because they sounded considerably better than the CDs. So I really appreciate your efforts.

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    2. Sorry to hear about your vinyls, but glad you appreciate my rips! 😉

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    3. Hi
      I had the first 15 Rubble on Bam Caruso vinyl. Never saw the last 3-5.
      When the first ones appeared on CD it was on the Edsel/Drop Out Label 1991 and that was volumes 7 and 10 only. I never bought them, partly because I had them on vinyl and partly because the Pye stuff was weaker, resulting in two of the least essential volumes. That said you are right to highlight Velvett Fogg who had a fine LP. I'm not sure why Bam Caruso skipped Yellow Cave Woman, which was their magnum opus.
      I was told that when Bam Caruso got into difficulties they sold the (CD?) rights to certain material to Edsel/Demon who then reissued only the best selling material. No idea whether that's true. It was odd that only these two volumes appeared on Drop Out.
      I concur that you are doing good rips. Thank you. Better than the Past & Present Box sets which I also own. I nearly skipped this one due to the reasons mentioned previously.

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    4. JohnM I really have to thank you for the clarification you gave me! I didn't understand why Bam Caruso when they reissued the series on CD in 1992 had left out vinyls 7 and 10 and I never realized they had been released by Drop Put a year earlier.

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    1. Many thanks rawkin' dog for the vol.7 and the work for rip from vinyl.
      Cheers.

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    2. Hi Phil, it's a pleasure! Next volume Ten vinyl, then cd from 5 to 11

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