The Wailers - Wailers Wailers Everywhere / Out Of Our Tree download album
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For Wailers Wailers Everywhere, their first LP recorded after the onset of the British Invasion, the group members wrote most of the songs themselves. If the whole album had been on the level of "Out of Our Tree" and "Hang Up," this would be a notable slice of wired, edgy mid-'60s garage rock, but too much of the rest disappoints. Four of the five bonus tracks are group originals from non-LP singles of the era, ranging from fairly taut R&B-rock originals ("You Weren't Using Your Head") to the Beach Boys-influenced "All My Nights, All My Days," though like much of the band's material, the rougher songs rely too heavily on stock menacing R&B riffs.
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In 1965 came the Wailers' classic Out Of Our Tree, which debuted members Neil Andersson and Dave Roland, and showed the marked influence of the Wailers' young proteges the Sonics. This first-ever reissue of these albums adds several bonus tracks into the bargain, including non-LP singles, tracks originally unreleased and a pseudonymous release done under the name the Breakers. While many dismiss the album as a canny misfire, the Wailers' turn from all out frat rock was far from a failure. In addition to strong R&B tracks like the bluesy instrumental "The Wailer" and the frenetic "Just a Little Bit Louder," the band introduced original folk-rock tunes like "Tomorrow's Another Day," showing off harmonies that compare favorably to The Rockin' Berries and Tokens. The album's weakest tracks are the faux Merseybeat tunes, which sound like album sides from the Dave Clark Five.
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Wailers' members and Etiquette label honchos Buck Ormsby and Kent Morrill wisely harnessed the youthful energy of their new line-up in the studio to produce the Out Of Our Tree album in late 1965, with the raucous, punchy single of the same name that preceded it constituting perhaps the combos finest moment on vinyl. Compared to the politely recorded "Everywhere", "Tree" was crude and deliciously distorted but remained undeniably in the Wailers tradition of stomping rock
For Wailers Wailers Everywhere, their first LP recorded after the onset of the British Invasion, the group members wrote most of the songs themselves. Out of Our Tree, the Wailers' final album for Etiquette, was a somewhat confused effort. It was torn between covers of mid-'60s hits and original material, usually in their R&B-soaked raunchy style, though with touches of influences from British Invasion groups and the emerging American garage rock scene. Certainly its highlight was the title track (eventually included on the Nuggets box set), with its grinding sub-"Satisfaction" riff.
|Wailers Wailers Everywhere|
|1||You Better Believe It||2:14|
|2||Do You Wanna Dance||1:58|
|4||Tomorrow's Another Day||3:02|
|5||Just A Little Bit Louder||2:41|
|6||Hold Back The Dawn||2:04|
|7||Tears (Version 1)||2:24|
|8||Since You Been Gone (Version 2)||2:13|
|9||How Do You Feel||2:17|
|10||I Think Of You||2:27|
|11||Don't Take It So Hard||2:12|
|13||You Weren't Using Your Head (Version 1)||2:12|
|14||Back To You||2:13|
|15||Hang Up (Version 1)||2:16|
|17||All My Nights, All My Days||3:05|
|Out Of Our Tree|
|18||Out Of Our Tree||3:29|
|20||Hang On Sloopy||3:33|
|23||Baby Don't You Do It||3:58|
|24||Dirty Robber (Version 4)||2:36|
|25||I've Got Me||2:05|
|28||Hang Up (Version 2)||2:24|
|29||Bama Lama Bama Loo||2:25|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Etiquette Productions
- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
NotesMade in the UK
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- Barcode: 029667 42292 5
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE UK CDWIKD229
- Label Code: LC 09797
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