Syndicate Of Sound - Little Girl download album
Little Girl is the debut album by American garage rock band Syndicate of Sound, and was released in 1966 on Bell Records, BELL 6001. It blended both garage and psychedelic rock influences. The album was preceded by the single, "Little Girl". After their single "Little Girl" rose up the charts to the number 8 position in summer of 1966, the Syndicate of Sound entered the studio to record an album. By the time of the album recording, Larry Ray had been replaced on lead guitar by Jim Sawyers
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The Syndicate of Sound. Produced by Garrie Thompson. Little girl thought she wouldn't get caught, you see She thought she'd get away with goin' out on me, yeah.
This reissue serves as their lasting legacy, combining the original 12-song album with four bonus tracks. Kicking off with a pair of souped-up R&B covers, the album casts a pretty wide net, with half of the tunes penned by various bandmembers. Of these, ballads sit alongside rockers like "Lookin' for the Good Times (The Robot)" and "Rumors" (complete with Yardbirds-style fuzz guitar rave-up in the middle), while the Kinks-style "That Kind of Man" is an imaginative British-sound knockoff.
Little Girl is the debut album by American garage rock band Syndicate of Sound, and was released in 1966 on Bell Records, BELL 6001.
Little Girl" is a popular song recorded by the California group the Syndicate of Sound, and written by Don Baskin and Bob Gonzalez of the band. It reached the US national pop charts in June 1966, peaking at on Cash Box and on Billboard. After winning a Bay Area "Battle of the Bands" contest in 1965, the Syndicate of Sound recorded a single "Prepare For Love", which was ultimately unsuccessful. Don Baskin and Bob Gonzales then wrote "Little Girl", which was recorded for Hush Records and released in early 1966. After becoming a regional hit around the San Jose, California area, Bell Records picked it up for national distribution, where it charted as high as on Billboard. The album was recorded in three weeks and the band then embarked on a nationwide tour supporting among others, Paul Revere & the Raiders, the Young Rascals, and The Yardbirds.
|1||Big Boss Man||2:54|
|7||That Kind Of Man||2:17|
|10||Lookin' For The Good Time (The Robot)||2:24|
|12||Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby||2:20|
|13||The Upper Hand||2:14|
|15||Keep It Up||2:44|
|16||Good Time Music||2:12|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sundazed Music, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sundazed Music, Inc.
- Licensed From – Arista Records, Inc.
- Mastered At – Sundazed Studios
- Engineered At – Golden State Recorders
- Arranged By – Syndicate Of Sound
- Design – Janet Atkins
- Engineer – Leo de Gar Kulka*
- Mastered By – Kip Smith
- Producer [Compact Disc], Liner Notes – Jud Cost
- Producer [Compact Disc], Mastered By – Bob Irwin
- Producer [Original Recordings] – Garrie Thompson
NotesBlue CD artwork. There is also a near-identical version with red CD artwork: Syndicate Of Sound - Little Girl
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 090771612021
|6001, BELL 6001||Syndicate Of Sound||Little Girl (LP, Album, Mono)||Bell Records, Bell Records||6001, BELL 6001||US||1966|
|6001, LP 6001||Syndicate Of Sound||Little Girl (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Bell Records, Bell Records||6001, LP 6001||US||1966|
|SSL 10185||Syndicate Of Sound||Little Girl (LP, Album)||Stateside||SSL 10185||UK||1966|
|(S)LP6001||Syndicate Of Sound||Little Girl (LP, Album)||Bell Records||(S)LP6001||US||1966|
|LP 5051||Syndicate Of Sound||Little Girl (LP, Album, RE)||Sundazed Music||LP 5051||US||1997|