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The Librettos - Let's Go With The Librettos download album

  • Performer: The Librettos
  • Album: Let's Go With The Librettos
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  • Released: 1965
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The Librettos - Let's Go With The Librettos download album

The Librettos Let's Go.

The first and only official LP ever issued by New Zealand's top mid-'60s band, Let's Go with the Librettos could pass muster alongside any above average long-player coming out of Liverpool circa early 1964. The fact that it appeared in early 1965 can be explained by the distances involved - to New Zealand bands, Australia looked like the promised land; so if these guys were slightly behind the curve coming out of England, they can be forgiven for being 12,000 miles outside of the musical loop.

Let's Go with the Librettos. This is an amazing CD from EMI, encompassing the original 1965 New Zealand HMV LP, and more than doubling its length, adding on all but one of the single sides recorded by the Librettos, New Zealand's hottest mid-'60s rock & roll band. The sound is pure British Invasion with a lean garage band edge on the best songs, all a little reminiscent of the Kinks in their early days - that may make them seem a bit like the Easybeats of the same era (but hey, is that a bad thing to be?)

The LP Let's Go with The Librettos (HMV), showing the 1965 lineup of the band: (L-R) Lou Parun, Dave Diver, Rod Stone, Brian Peacock. Background information. The Librettos formed in 1960 while its original members were attending Rongotai College in Wellington, and they reportedly chose their name by sticking a pin at random into the page of a dictionary. The original lineup was Roger Simpson (lead vocal), Dave Clark (piano), Rod Stone and Johnny England (guitars), Paul Griffin (bass) and Andy Shackleton (drums), who was later replaced by.

A libretto (lit. "booklet") is the text used in, or intended for, an extended musical work such as an opera, operetta, masque, oratorio, cantata or musical. The term libretto is also sometimes used to refer to the text of major liturgical works, such as the Mass, requiem and sacred cantata, or the story line of a ballet. Libretto (pronounced ; plural libretti ), from Italian, is the diminutive of the word libro ("book").

Tracklist: 1 - Let's Go 2 - Pride & Joy 3 - I'm A Dog 4 - Mary Mary 5 - I'm Gonna Say Yeah 6 - Crying For You 7 - The Girl Can't Help It 8 - My Babe 9 - Twilight Time 10 - Fine & Mellow 11 - Everything's Alright 12 - Got You On My Mind 13 - Baby It's Love 14 - Walking The Dog 15 - It's. Alright 16 - Funny Things 17 - I'll.

The Librettos relocated to Sydney in March. The going was extremely tough as they were suddenly competing with hundreds of other similar groups over there. Dave Diver called it quits in September and returned to New Zealand, where he was quickly snapped up by the Countdowns. In 1997 EMI released a CD compilation using the same cover as their only LP, which contained the entire "Let's Go With The Librettos" album and all of their singles except for one. The only one not there is the "Rescue Me"/"What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For" single.

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Tracklist

A1 Let's Go
A2 Pride and Joy
A3 I'm A Dog
A4 Mary Mary
A5 I'm Gonna Say Yeah
A6 Crying For You
A7 The Girl Can't Help It
B1 My Babe
B2 Twilight Time
B3 Fine and Mellow
B4 Everything's Alright
B5 Got You On My Mind
B6 Baby It's Love

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited

Notes

Recorded at HMV (NZ) Ltd. recording studios, Wellington, NZ