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The first volume of Pebbles came out in 1979 in a plain white cover with this insert, on Mastercharge Records. Only a few hundred were pressed. It was later reissued on BFD Records of Kookaburra, Australia, who went on to produce the next nine volumes as well

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h yes...

BFD RECORDS

Following the release of the first Pebbles album on Mastercharge, more great '60s garage 45s kept turning up, and a deal was struck with this Australian label to jointly undertake the reissues if we could assemble enough tracks. This continued for ten volumes, until it became clear that the greatest demand for these albums was in the US, so future volumes were promulgated by AIP (Archive International Productions), a US-based label which continues the series today, on both vinyl and CD. Note that the CD series is completely different from the vinyl, with many bonus tracks, digitally remastered, etc. However the original vinyl releases continue to be popular, and they do contain many tracks not found on the CDs. Plus, of course, their classic cover art and liner notes....

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The original series of 28 LPs contained obscure '60s recordings from all over the world. In preparing the series for CD release, we have taken a somewhat different approach. The first five volumes, always the popular favorites, have been kept largely the same, only omitting tracks more definitively reissued elsewhere, and adding several new bonus tracks to each album. Subsequent volumes have begun to take a more regional approach, drawing not just from the original Pebbles and Highs albums, but also from other compilations that have since gone out of print, as well as from our large archive of previously unreissued tracks. Some of the new Pebbles CDs include tracks never before issued, and all have been completely remastered, with all-new liner notes reflecting the latest info available to us.
Note: in 1990, a company called East Side Digital released 4 volumes in a series called Pebbles. These were compiled by us, but have completely different track listings from the first four Pebbles CDs later compiled for AIP and currently in print. The ESD edition was limited to 1000 copies and quite hard to find now, though somewhat bizarrely their track listings show up on websites which get their info from MediaPlay (Amazon, Half.com, etc) as corresponding with the AIP CDs. We apologize for any confusion which may result from this.
Also see the companion series:
Essential Pebbles
Planetary Pebbles
Highs in the Mid-Sixties
Pebbles Series on Vinyl
Main A.I.P. Page


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Disk Series=

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Disc: 1
     
1. Who Do You Love - Preachers  Listen Listen  Listen 
2. Going Away Baby - Grains Of Sand  Listen Listen  Listen 
3. You Treat Me Bad - Ju Jus  Listen Listen  Listen 
4. 1-2-5 - Haunted  Listen Listen  Listen 
5. Beaver Patrol - Wild Knights  Listen Listen  Listen 
6. So What! - Lyrics  Listen Listen  Listen 
7. Green Fuz - Green Fuz  Listen Listen  Listen 
8. Suzy Creamcheese - Teddy & Patches  Listen Listen  Listen 
9. Faces - T.C. Atlantic  Listen Listen  Listen 
10. Swami - William Penn V  Listen Listen  Listen 
11. No Good Woman - Tree  Listen Listen  Listen 
12. Go Away - Plague  Listen Listen  Listen 
13. Its A Crying Shame - Gentlemen  Listen Listen  Listen 
14. Searching - Omens  Listen Listen  Listen 
15. Need A Little Lovin' - Foggy Notions  Listen Listen  Listen 
16. Rebel Woman - Dean Carter  Listen Listen  Listen 
17. One Girl Man - Lost Agency  Listen Listen  Listen 
18. Every Night & Every Day - Trolls  Listen Listen  Listen 
19. I Never Loved Her - Starfires  Listen Listen  Listen 
20. No Correspondence - Beckett Quintet  Listen Listen  Listen 
21. She's Not Just Anybody - Dovers  Listen Listen  Listen 
22. Everything's There - Hysterics  Listen Listen  Listen 
23. Shattered - Good Feelings  Listen Listen  Listen 
24. I Aint Dead Yet - Breakers  Listen Listen  Listen 
25. Do Like Me - Uncalled For  Listen Listen  Listen 
26. Doin' Me In - Gonn  Listen Listen  Listen 
27. Bottle Up And Go - Mile Ends  Listen Listen  Listen 
28. Enough - Bohemian Vendetta  Listen Listen  Listen 
29. Don't Crowd Me - Keith Kessler  Listen Listen  Listen 

Disc: 2       

1. Someday - Motifs  Listen Listen  Listen 
2. Brainwashed - Shays  Listen Listen  Listen 
3. Sinnerisme - Sinners  Listen Listen  Listen 
4. Hang Around - Missing Lynx  Listen Listen  Listen 
5. Can't You Stop It Now - Mixed Emotions  Listen Listen  Listen 
6. Heart So Cold - Thunderbolts  Listen Listen   
7. What A Life - Strangers  Listen Listen   
8. You Gotta Run - Roosters  Listen Listen   
9. Hey Mama - Peter & Wolves  Listen Listen   
10. Only Everything - Peter & Wolves  Listen Listen   
11. Travel Agent Man - Sound Apparatus  Listen Listen   
12. Down The Road Apiece - Shades  Listen Listen   
13. Sick & Tired - Dynamic Nutones  Listen Listen   
14. You're Through - Dry Grins  Listen Listen   
15. Sky Is Black - Hustlers  Listen Listen   
16. Girl With The Long Black Hair - Other Half  Listen Listen   
17. I'm In Love - Thorns  Listen Listen   
18. I've Gotta Go - Malibus  Listen Listen   
19. I Want You To Know - Malibus  Listen Listen   
20. I Want You - Creations  Listen Listen   
21. I Just Don't Know - Unknown Artist  Listen Listen   
22. Fed Up - Unknown Artist  Listen Listen   
23. I've Had It - Banshees  Listen Listen   
24. It's Your Fault - Roy/Bristols  Listen Listen   
25. Some Other Guy - Terry Dee/Roadrunners  Listen Listen   
26. Go Go Girl - Unknown Artist  Listen Listen

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Disc: 1       
1. How Many Times - Rogues  Listen Listen  Listen 
2. Shame On You - Neal Ford & Fanatics  Listen Listen  Listen 
3. Generation - Jelly Bean Bandits  Listen Listen  Listen 
4. Hey Conductor - Sonny Flaherty, Mark V  Listen Listen  Listen 
5. I'm Your Man - Denims  Listen Listen  Listen 
6. Hey You - Evil Enc Group  Listen Listen  Listen 
7. It's Not Real - Ravin' Blue  Listen Listen  Listen 
8. I'm A Loner - Jaybees  Listen Listen  Listen 
9. Man Enough For You - Spirit  Listen Listen  Listen 
10. On My Way Down The Road - Wig Wags  Listen Listen  Listen 
11. If You Still Want Me - Four Fifths  Listen Listen  Listen 
12. Shakin' With Linda - Soul Survivors  Listen Listen  Listen 
13. I'm A Nothing - Magic Plants  Listen Listen  Listen 
14. Love - Live Wires  Listen Listen  Listen 
15. More Than I Have - Inmates  Listen Listen  Listen 
16. Nice Try - Sinners  Listen Listen  Listen 
17. Hey Girl - Cole & The Embers  Listen Listen  Listen 
18. She Taught Me Love - Kama Del Sutra  Listen Listen  Listen 
19. That Creature - Sweet Acids  Listen Listen  Listen 
20. The Point Is - Evil Enc Group  Listen Listen  Listen 
21. Triangles - Danny's Reasons  Listen Listen  Listen 
22. I'm A Man - Baker St Irregulars  Listen Listen  Listen 
23. Something's Comin' - Dee & Tee  Listen Listen  Listen 
24. Crack In My Wall - Yo Yo's  Listen Listen  Listen 
25. You'll Never Know - Original Sinners  Listen Listen  Listen 
26. Laissez-Nous Vivre - Les Lutins  Listen Listen  Listen 
Disc: 2       
1. Shades Of Blue - Purple Haze  Listen Listen  Listen 
2. Mike's Bag - Dawn 5  Listen Listen  Listen 
3. It Ain't A Big Thing - Denny Noie & Catalinas  Listen Listen  Listen 
4. More Feathers - Fading Tribesmen  Listen Listen  Listen 
5. It's Not Fair - Lost Souls  Listen Listen  Listen 
6. But You're Gone - Spires Of Oxford  Listen Listen  Listen 
7. Don't Know - Vistas  Listen Listen  Listen 
8. #38 - Chimes  Listen Listen  Listen 
9. Louisiana Blues - D.C. Drifters  Listen Listen  Listen 
10. Gooseberry Pie - Dean Kohler  Listen Listen  Listen 
11. I Can Feel It - Children  Listen Listen  Listen 
12. Hard Life - Why Four  Listen Listen  Listen 
13. Not Fade Away - Why Four  Listen Listen  Listen 
14. I'm A Man - Doo & Diddits  Listen Listen  Listen 
15. The Good's Gone - Night Watch  Listen Listen  Listen 
16. Shake - Night Watch  Listen Listen  Listen 
17. Stricken By You - Rick & The Rivals  Listen Listen  Listen 
18. Get Out Of My Life - Sinders  Listen Listen  Listen 
19. Always Always - Abstracts  Listen Listen  Listen 
20. Come On Back - Crying Shame  Listen Listen  Listen 
21. Won't You Follow Me Down - Berries  Listen Listen  Listen 
22. I Wanted You - Outcasts  Listen Listen  Listen 
23. It's Gonna Be Alright - Lunduns  Listen Listen  Listen 
24. But I Still Love Her - Ye Court Jesters  Listen Listen  Listen 
25. Eyes On You Baby - Checkmates  Listen Listen  Listen 
26. Bad Seed - Inner Prism  Listen Listen  Listen 
27. Wine, Wine, Wine - Classics 5  Listen Listen  Listen 
28. Gotta Find A Girl - Inn Crowd  Listen Listen  Listen 
29. If You Want Me - Lawson & Four More  Listen Listen  Listen

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Funny you should mention dem Pebbles series Mak, I came across it about a month ago when perusing ebay for garage records. I bid on an LP but unfortunately was gazumped at the last hurdle by some young upstart.

Do you have any Pebbles rekkids? Not sure how many volumes there were in total.

I've seen there is also a Pebbles tribute LP with bands doing covers of original Pebbles artists. Not sure who's on it though.


On a side not, i think you asked if i knew of dem British Psychedelic 7" Box Sets. Yes when I worked in HMV we had vol's 1&2 in and i planned to buy them with my 30% discount but unfortunately i never got round to it. I thought they were the only 2 volumes, didnt realise there's up to 7?


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*Note: Track 10
1.   Litter - "Action Woman" (2:33)
2.   Preachers - "Who Do You Love?" (2:17)
3.   Floyd Dakil Combo - "Dance Franny Dance" (2:08)
4.   Outcasts - "I'm in Pittsburgh" (2:03)
5.   Grains of Sand - "Going Away Baby" (2:13)
6.   Jujus - "You Treated Me Bad" (1:54)
7.   Haunted - "1-2-5" (2:28)
8.   Soup Greens - "Like a Rolling Stone" (2:47)
9.   Positively 13 O'Clock - "Psychotic Reaction" (2:03)
10.   Kim Fowley - "The Trip" (2:01)
11.   Elastik Band - "Spazz" (2:47)
12.   Split Ends - "Rich with Nothin'" (2:24)
13.   Shadows of Knight - "spoken intro" (1:04)
14.   Shadows of Knight - "Potato Chip" (2:29)
15.   Wilde Knights - "Beaver Patrol" (2:20)
16.   Sparkles - "Ain't No Friend of Mine" (2:26)
17.   Gonn - "Blackout of Gretely" (4:33)
18.   Weeds - "It's Your Time" (2:21)
19.   unknown - "Action Woman" (3:26)

"Shnake!"

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Hey Gert!

-Andres

"It was only four tracks on the machine, but I was picking up twenty from the extraterrestrial squad." -Lee "Scratch" Perry

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Hey 'dres!!

Mixes soon come Pal!

Sorry things are rtather HECKtic of late, but the mixes are in production! Just blagged a pretty cool freebie from work for you today as well. wink

"Shnake!"

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Get With The Realness!! wrote:

Funny you should mention dem Pebbles series Mak, I came across it about a month ago when perusing ebay for garage records. I bid on an LP but unfortunately was gazumped at the last hurdle by some young upstart.

Do you have any Pebbles rekkids? Not sure how many volumes there were in total.

I should mention dem Pebbles series?....its all about dem..Disks+dem Vinyl...have to dig some more holes til complete overview....
So far i have Pebbles 1+2 on vinyl....i will soonish receive 3+4 methinks..i heard that it is a 27 (or=The original series of 28) thing of dem original Vinyl..series..i also heard that all dem stuff comes out of one big private collection...unfortunately dem owner died and i heard the rumour that dem widdo marketed all dem singles!!!!!!!! sad so dem doesnt exist any longer ..cant find a HP of dem vinyl company!!.. Mastercharge or BFD Records?????...there is a announcement on dem sleeve back for a re-issue of dem "Dog Puke" Sessions of Kim Fowley...but nobody at dem german bureau knows details about tiss record!?? sad.. and i never heard of dem session...its distributed by Cargo Records in Germany i think...may its a future release?...dunno....all i can say about dem stuff ist=RAD...ok Soccertime!

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This is a liner notes of 1st pressing Pebbles vol.1

courtesy of Greg Shaw



PEBBLES, VOLUME 1: ARTYFACTS FROM THE FIRST PUNK ERA

Pebbles is a new series of collectors' albums, inspired by the brilliant Nuggets album, dedicated to bringing you the best of obscure '60s punk and esoteric rock. Volume One of the Pebbles series is concerned with classic punk recordings from some of the many local music scenes of the 1960's. Included are 16 classics that collectors have read about, and despaired of finding, for years. Borrowed from the collections of some of America*s foremost authorities on '60s rock, these records are in many cases one-of-a-kind, and so obscure that few even remember who some of these groups were or where they originated from. However, again turning to our panel of experts, we have made every effort to find out as much as we could about the tracks included on this album.

Side One

1. "Action Woman" (The Litter) The Litter were one of the best groups to emerge from the active Minneapolis scene. Along with the Gestures, Castaways, T.C. Atlantic, The Trashmen, and hundreds more, the Litter were part of a scene that produced literally hundreds of records, only a handful of which ever got out of the Twin Cities. The Litter put out two albums on a local label before being signed to a national label, ABC. Their ABC-Probe album can still be found, but it doesn't begin to compare to the earlier stuff. "Action Woman" was a local hit, and is included here from their amazing first album, Distortions (1966).

2. "Who Do You Love" (The Preachers) This Bo Diddley classic received an amazingly raw treatment from The Preachers, evidently a Los Angeles band ca. 1965-66. Other records by this group have been found, although it's a common enough name that there is some doubt whether all are, in fact, by the same band who made this record.

3. "Dance Franny Dance" (The Floyd Dakil Combo) One of the most legendary Texas records of the '60s, this one was recorded "Live at the Pit, Dallas" and was somewhat of a regional hit, even receiving airplay in such unlikely places as San Francisco, where it made the KYA Top 60 for one week in 1966. The solid, chugging beat and clean, simple energy of this record have endeared it to all who were lucky enough to find it on the original Jet-Star label, or the (actually scarcer) nationally-released Guyden version - including the Flamin'Groovies, who at one time intended to record the song. Other Dakil records (including a fairly common one on Earth) fail to measure up.

4. "I'm In Pittsburgh, And It's Raining" (The Outcasts) Another little-known Texas band, most likely from San Antonio, recorded this blistering punk-rocker, which has been compared to the Pretty Things at their best, and also to Eddie & The Hot Rods, by certain people in Holland who put out an extremely rare bootleg pressing of it under the name The Kicks in 1977, aimed at the New Wave market! The original was on Askel 102.

5. "Going All The Way" (The Squires) This one is a real mystery. Only two collectors are known to have copies, and although the record appeared on a national label, nobody has ever been able to identify the group or their origin. The strangest thing is that this is the only known record by this group, although by their sound (both sides are well-produced, extremely good original songs. The "B" side, an amazing Byrds soundalike, will be on Volume Two of Pebbles) they should have recorded much more extensively. In any case, this record holds its own in intensity, energy, and composition with any of the best punk records of the '60s, and deserves far better than the total obscurity from which only this album is likely to rescue it.

6. "Going Away Baby" (The Grains Of Sand) The Grains Of Sand were a fairly well-known Los Angeles band around 1965-66 who recorded 3 or 4 excellent 45s, mostly in the folk-rock style. This is their punkiest outing, although the song was co-written and produced by Michael Lloyd (The B-side was published by "Fowley Whipped Dog Music"!). It appeared on the Genesis label.

7. "You Treat Me Bad" (The Ju-Jus, featuring Ray Hummel III) Another fabulous, obscure record, this one appeared on the Fenton label out of Grand Rapids, Michigan around 1966. This was an extremely prolific label, issuing more than 200 local records, though not all of them were punk-rock.

8. "1-2-5" (The Haunted) The Haunted were one of Montreal's premier punk bands, and this song was a sizable hit in Canada, and received a bit of airplay in America when released on Amy. In Canada, they were on the Trans-World label, which released albums by other punk bands, including The Rabble. The Haunted album is one of the hardest to come by relics of the '60s, but it includes nothing more powerful than this single. It did include versions of "A Message To Pretty" and "Out Of Time," but not the group*s other singles "I Can Only Give You Everything" and "Come On Home."

Side Two

1. "Like A Rolling Stone" (The Soup Greens) It's been said about the punk bands of the '60s that they could transform any song into "Louie Louie," and this record is certainly one of the more amusing proofs of that observation. The group, from somewhere in New York State, is not known to have made any other records.

2. "Crackin' Up" (The Wig) Yet another fine example of Texas punk, this record has the distinction of having been written by Rusty Weir, currently well known for several boring solo albums on major labels. But even the most boring hippies (Loggins & Messina, Delbert McClinton, etc) have been known to have valid punk roots, and such is the case here. Few '60s punk records are wilder than this 1966 single, released on the local Black Knight label in eastern Texas.

3. "Psychotic Reaction" (Positively 13 O'clock) Still in eastern Texas, we come upon this wild cover version of the Count Five hit, by an unknown band who never actually existed. According to Jimmy Rabbitt (L.A. disc jockey and sometime C&W recording artist), who produced this record with Robin Hood Brians (of Mouse & the Traps fame) at Brian's studio in Tyler, Texas, it was a studio record mad by members of Mouse & the Traps and other local bands. It was released in 1966 on the HBR label out of Los Angeles.

4. "The Trip" (Kim Fowley) Everyone knows who Kim Fowley is, but few have any ideas how many weird, demented records he was responsible for in some capacity between 1959 and 1970, let alone all that he's done since then. There could easily be a 3-album set of Fowley's best obscure singles, but for the present, none could be more representative than this song, released at the height of teenage freakout mania. Interestingly, Kim's version (on the Corby label, whose story is so confusing we won*t even get into it) was the inspiration for several covers, notably one by Godfrey, an LA disc jockey who got (not surprisingly) a lot of airplay with it in Southern California. It became a sort of cruisin' anthem in East LA, where variations were recorded by other bands like Thee Midnighters. Godfrey himself released it in 2 or 3 versions, with varying B-sides. They were all great, and fairly bizarre, but none better than Fowley's original.

5. "Spazz" (The Elastik Band) This song was destined for Volume Two of Nuggets, but seeing as how that album may never see the light of vinyl, we felt it worthy of inclusion here. Surely one of the most tasteless records ever made, it was (amazingly enough) released on a major label known for tasteful rhythm & blues, but failed to be a hit (can't imagine why...). The group, not to be confused with several others of the same or similar monicker, is believed to have been based in New York.

6. "Rich With Nothin" (The Split Ends) One of the best records to come out of Tampa, Florida's active local scene in the '60s, this is also one of the most impressive efforts to duplicate the style of Paul Revere & the Raiders. It stands out as a truly strong and delightfully arrogant suburban punk. Released on the minor CFP label, it's virtually impossible to find, even in Florida.

7. "Potato Chip" (The Shadows Of Knight) This song, together with the jocular spoken intro, was issued only on a 5-inch cardboard record, possibly tied-in to a potato chip promotion. The song itself is quite good, but was never released to the public.

8. "Beaver Patrol" (The Wilde Knights) Probably a Los Angeles band, the Wilde Knights were but one of countless groups who did off-color records within the punk idiom. References to "beavers", long hot-dogs, etc. characterized these records, which were usually sold by the groups themselves at gigs as "novelties." This is by far the best record of this type we've ever uncovered, and we put it at the end of this album because nothing could possible follow it...

Every effort has been made in the preparation of this album to achieve the highest possible quality, given that many if not all of the records included suffer from deficiencies in recording and pressing to begin with, and many had to be mastered from second-hand copies. In mastering, the tracks were run through an ADC-500 professional graphic equalizer and a noise-reduction unit.

We wish to thank all the fans and collectors who have been of assistance in compiling this series. Special thanks must go to Greg Shaw, Ken Barnes, Alan Betrock, Mike Saunders, and the pages of Bomp, Rock Marketplace, and the many other fine fanzines that have kept the spirit of punk rock alive...

Note: the small skip that occurs in "Action Woman" was present on the original record and could not be eliminated. Your copy of Pebbles is not defective...

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Vol.3

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Vol.4

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Vol.5

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Vol.6

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Vol.7

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Vol.8

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Vol.9

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Vol.10

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Vol.12

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Volume 13/Import Comp. [Vinyl LP]

Volume 14/Import Comp. [Vinyl LP]

Volume 15: Holland 1/Imp [Vinyl LP]

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is there a seashells collection?

We need the birds.
I understand, but the files are organized alphabetically.