Monday, March 7, 2011

Danish Lost And Found - The First Cut Is The Deepest - No No No No



Some Pop Garage rock from Denmark. Pretty chill version of The First Cut... Looks like this was also put out on Barry records. Couldn't find much more.

Danish Lost And Found - The First Cut Is The Deepest

Danish Lost And Found - No No No No

8 comments:

Lightning Baltimore said...

Interestin'! The singer sounds kinda like Carl Wayne (of The Move) with a mouthful of marbles.

Anonymous said...

Hi Devil Dick, divShare players aren't working on any blogs today :-(

Second time in two weeks.

Thanks anyway, Dave

Ҩ Rαyαnnë Amōriim said...

me sigue ?

jaytingle said...

"No, No, No, No" is the A-side. This was released in Denmark in 1968 on Festival Records. Really good Danish sixties. Thank you very much.

Devil Dick said...

damn divshare!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Couldn't agree more, Devil Dick! It's broken again today. Dave

Jonas said...

The band was from Copenhagen and issued 3 singles, this was the first one. The singer and the organist were from the Lions (that appeared on the Danish Pebbles) and the drummer was from the Stoke Sect (another band turning up on garage compilations). There is some info here.

Timmy said...

Beats the hell outta Rod The Not So Mod