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V/A - Rembrandt Records story
[LP+7"]    LABEL: BREAK-A-WAY
18.00EUR

collection of rare 1966-67 Garage and Psych 45s - Painstakingly remastered at Pauler Acoustic - first 500 copies w/ free unreleased 7" incl. two unreleased Nite-Owls tracks - great LP sized full glossy coloured Inlay w/pic and liners This collection covers the first two incredible years of Rembrandt Records, a Chicago based Garage and Psychedelic label of the sixties. After the first release by the Nite-Owls failed to chart, Rembrandt Records’ owner Reggie Weiss moved in a different direction. His next release, “Open Up Your Mind” by the Nuchez, merged pop with psychedelic music. The song was based on an LSD trip and response to the single was positive. Soon other psych and psych-pop singles were issued by The Circus, The Nickel Bag, and Monday’s Children. Cash Box magazine began plugging Rembrandt Records during the fall of 1966. By 1967, Weiss was devoting all of his time to promoting a high-school band called The Lemon Drops. He wrote another LSD inspired song titled “I Live In The Springtime” for the band. Unfortunately, the single was unable to chart, even regionally. Over the ensuing decades though, the reputation of The Lemon Drops, The Nuchez, The Nite-Owls and other Rembrandt artists has grown immeasurably. This compilation contains the most important singles sides issued on Rembrandt Records between 1966-1967, plus a number of essential previously unreleased versions that are appearing for the first time ever on vinyl. The fourteen recordings on this album make it apparent that Rembrandt Records was way ahead of its time when these treasures from the psychedelic 60’s were recorded. T SIDE ONE 1. Nite-Owls – Come On Back Rembrandt 6461 / A-side – 1966 2. Nuchez – Open Up Your Mind Unreleased Mono Master / 1966 3. Nickel Bag – The Woods Unreleased Mono Master / 1966 4. Circus – Sands Of Mind Rembrandt 5003 / A-side – 1966 5. Lemon Drops – I Live In The Springtime Rembrandt 5009 / A-side – 1967 6. Monday’s Children – Long Lost Friend Rembrandt 5002 / A-side – 1966 7. Nite-Owls – It’s A Hassle Unreleased Mono Master / Unreleased – 1966 SIDE TWO 8. Nickel Bag – The Woods Rembrandt 5004 / A-Side - 1966 9. Nite-Owls – It’s A Hassle Rembrandt 6529 / B-Side – 1966 10. Lemon Drops – Listen Girl Rembrandt 5009 / B-side – 1967 11. Circus – Games We Play Unreleased Stereo Master / 1966 12. Nuchez – Open Up Your Mind Rembrandt 5001/A-side - 1966 13. Lemon Drops – Sometime Ago Previously Unreleased / 1967 14. Nuchez – BG’s One Eye Rembrandt 5001/B-side - 1966 7" Tracks: The Nite-Owls - Something you Got - Ooh Poo Pah Doo First 500 copies w/free 7" EP

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 March, 2015.
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