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Originally a floating group of amateur and pop musicians from Mannheim, Kin Ping Meh never actually formulated a style of their own until joined by Geff Harrison on VIRTUES & SINS. Their best material however, is to be found on their earlier patchy albums which feature jam sessions and experimental compositions amidst the pop-rock tracks. Much of the experimental material was inspired by their association with the then very adventurous Achim Reichel and other interconnected bands: Night Sun and the seminal influential Twenty Sixty Six And Then.
When Geff Harrison joined as lead singer he turned the band into a tight hard-rock outfit. Though generally what they came up with was of little interest. Geff also later fronted his own band of ex-Kin Ping Meh musicians, and on several occasions since drummer Kalle "Charlie" Weber has reformed Kin Ping Meh unsuccessfully. Geff Harrison's own reformation as The Geff Harrison band was much more engaging.
Wiki: The Kingsmen released Volume II (subtitled "More Great Sounds From The Group That Gave You "Louie, Louie", our Bible - Fuzz Acid & Flowers recognize this title) to capitalize on the continued success of "Louie Louie" and recent hits "Little Latin Lupe Lu" (#46) and "Death Of An Angel" (#42). As with the first album, crowd noise overdubs were added to simulate a live performance. It first appeared on the Billboard Top LPs chart September 26, 1964, and remained for 37 weeks, peaking at #15.
The album title is "Volume II" on the front of the LP jacket and "Volume 2" on the back and on both record labels. Initial pressings of the album had "And You Believed Him" as the last track, but "Death Of An Angel" was substituted mid-production along with a yellow sticker at the bottom of the LP jacket proclaiming "Featuring Death Of An Angel." Later pressings had the revised track list on the cover.
The LP was released in both mono (WDM 659) and stereo (WDS 659) versions. In 1993 Sundazed and Bear Family reissued the album on CD with bonus tracks "And You Believed Him" and "Give Her Lovin'" while removing the crowd noise overdubs on all tracks.
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Wiki: Lie Back and Enjoy It is the second album by British-American blues rock group Juicy Lucy, which was released in 1970. Although several members of the band had been replaced since the release of their first album, most notably singer Ray Owen and lead guitarist Neil Hubbard, it was generally considered to be a respectable follow up to their eponymous debut album of the previous year. The bulk of the songs were written by the band, although the album does feature the addition of Willie Dixon's "Built for Comfort" and a cover of the Frank Zappa song "Willie the Pimp".
The album peaked at number 53 in the UK Albums Chart in November 1970.
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