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The Ventures - The Ep Collection Vol.3 (1998) Lossless

9-06-2016, 06:39
Instrumental | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Ep Collection Vol.3
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: See For Miles
Genre: Instrumental, Rock, Surf
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:11:11
Total Size: 422 Mb


1. Sentimental Guitar (2:32)
2. Slow Sundown (2:20)
3. Manchurian Beat (2:45)
4. Tokio Nights (2:04)
5. Misty Night (2:19)
6. Diamond Heada (Live 1978) (1:53)
7. Stranger In Midosuji (2:05)
8. Halleluya (2:11)
9. Rickstand (2:17)
10. On A Narrow Street (2:08)
11. Nagasaki Memories (2:20)
12. On The Road (2:08)
13. Max A Go Go (2:34)
14. Bombay Duck (2:01)
15. Forever And Ever (2:07)
16. Star Wars Cantina Band (7:42)
17. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (6:33)
18. Blue Sunset (3:22)
19. Angel (2:18)
20. Swan Lake (2:23)
21. Slaughter On 10th Avenue (Live 1978) (2:23)
22. Kagayaku Hoshini (2:34)
23. Koyubi No Omoide (3:23)
24. Kioto Doll (2:37)
25. Yozora No Hoshi (2:01)
26. Road To Somewhere (2:11)

Not the first but definitely the most popular rock instrumental combo, The Ventures scored several hit singles during the 1960s -- most notably "Walk-Don't Run" and "Hawaii Five-O" -- but made their name in the growing album market, covering hits of the day and organizing thematically linked LPs. Almost 40 Ventures' albums charted, and 17 hit the Top 40. And though the group's popularity in America virtually disappeared by the 1970s, their enormous contribution to pop culture was far from over; The Ventures soon became one of the most popular world-wide groups, with dozens of albums recorded especially for the Japanese and European markets. They toured continually throughout the 1970s and '80s -- influencing Japanese pop music of the time more than they had American music during the '60s.

This CD contains some really cool tracks that were only released in Japan. If you love the Ventures sound this is for you. Star Wars & Close Encounters tracks are disco, there's a couple live tracks from '78 but most of the rest of the CD is Japanese only releases from the 60's. Sentimental Guitar, Max A Go GO and Bombay Duck are my favorites here. Great disc.

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