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The Immediate Years CD 1

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You Really Got Me - Original
Artist: Steve Marriot, The Moments
2:22
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Money Money - Original
Artist: Steve Marriot, The Moments
2:17
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Whatcha Gonna Do Bout It - Original
1:57
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Hey Girl - Original
2:17
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My Minds Eye - Original
1:56
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All Or Nothing - Live
3:05
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Just Passing - Original (Original Mono)
1:14
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Here Come The Nice - Original
2:59
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Talk To You
2:09
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Itchycoo Park - Original
2:48
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I'm Only Dreaming
2:25
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Tin Soldier - Original
3:23
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I Feel Much Better
3:59
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Lazy Sunday - Original (Original Mono)
3:05
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Rollin Over - Original (Original Mono)
2:13
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The Universal
2:47
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Donkey Rides A Penny A Glass
2:51
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Afterglow Of Your Love - Original Outtake (Mono Single Edit)
3:26
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Wham Bam Thank You Mam
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 50:32

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Some Hits + Deep & Rare Cuts Within!

Dvoodoo

Long a fan of Steve Marriott's wailing vocals backed by these capable lads, I'm in veritable rawk n roll heaven perusing the alt takes etc. The first two tracks are pre-Small Faces recordings circa '64 of Marriott and his Moments, a band that played 80 gigs that year but kicked the 17 year old Marriott to the curb after 1 single, a plodding cover of the Kinks' "You Really Got Me". The rest of these are recordings made in 1967 after they wrested themselves away from Decca & Don Arden ( Sharon Osbourne's dad) to record for Andrew Loog Oldham's label

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