The Missing Links Driving You Insane 1965-66

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Artist: The Missing Links
Title Of Album: Driving You Insane · Complete Recordings 1965-66
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Half A Cow Records HAC 76
Genre: Garage Rock
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 196 MB | 407 MB
Total Time: 01:16:54
Website: Discogs


Tracklist:
01. Wild about you 02:38
02. Hobo man 02:22
03. Bald-headed woman 02:36
04. Not to bother me 02:31
05. Mama keep your big mouth shut 05:44
06. Some kinda fun 02:45
07. You're drivin' me insane 02:59
08. Nervous breakdown 02:57
09. Speak no evil 02:41
10. On the road again 02:31
11. All I want 02:34
12. H'tuom tuhs 05:46
13. Somethin' else 02:05
14. I'll go crazy 02:25
15. Don't give me no friction 03:42
16. One more time 02:31
17. Wooly bully 02:18
18. We 2 should live 02:08
19. Untrue 02:01
20. All I want 02:20
21. Shakin' all over 02:16
22. Kansas City 02:41
23. Come my way 02:01
24. Go back 02:09
25. The Showmen: So far away 02:30
26. The Showmen: Don't deceive 02:44
27. The Showmen: Naughty girl 02:37
28. Running Jumping Standing Still: Diddy wah diddy 02:38


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Musicians:
Andy James: Lead Vocals, Congas (1-17, 28)
Bob Brady: Vocals, Harmonica (18-24)
Dave Boyne: Lead Guitar (18-24)
Doug Ford: Lead Guitar (1-17, 28)
Peter Anson: Guitar, Vocals (18-24)
John Jones: Rhythm Guitar (1-17)
Rick Dalton: Rhythm Guitar (28)
Chris Gray: Keyboards, Harmonica (1-17)
Ian Thomas: Bass (1-17, 25-27)
Ronnie Peel: Bass (18-24)
Baden Hutchins: Drums (1-17, 25-27),
Danny Cox: Drums (18-24),
Ian Robinson: Drums (28)

Review from Allmusic:

In addition to assembling all two-dozen cuts known to exist by both the first and second lineup of the Missing Links, this exemplary reissue adds three songs by the Showmen (whose rhythm section joined the second lineup) and a live 1966 TV version of "Diddy Wah Diddy" by Running Jumping Standing Still (founded by a couple of ex-Missing Links). It's quite a package, consisting in the main of everything from their sole LP, The Missing Links; the non-LP B-side "Somethin' Else"; all four songs from their 1966 EP The Links Unchained; "We 2 Should Live"/"Untrue," the only single (and only official release) of the first Missing Links lineup; and five tracks recorded by the first lineup that were unreleased at the time. Not everything here is boss, but the best of it establishes the Missing Links as the best Australian '60s garage/punk band, and one of the better ones from anywhere on the globe. Note that although, confusingly, not one of the Missing Links in the first lineup was in the second one that recorded, the recordings by the first lineup are engagingly raw R&B/British Invasion pop-style numbers, even if they lack the manic frenzy and feedback experimentation of the second lineup's best moments, such as "Speak No Evil," "Don't Give Me No Friction," and "You're Drivin' Me Insane." Another significant plus is the detailed 40-page booklet, which gives as comprehensive a lowdown on this mysterious cult band as is likely to ever appear.

Biography from Allmusic:

One of the best Australian bands of the '60s, though they weren't even stars in their home country, the Missing Links started as a very raw, Kinks-like combo, gaining a number two hit in New Zealand with "We 2 Should Live"/"Untrue." The first lineup folded in 1965, and a second, with entirely different personnel, took the name. This aggregation cut the rawest Australian garage/punk of the era, and indeed some of the best from anywhere, sounding at their best like a fusion of the Troggs and the early Who, letting loose at times with wild feedback that was quite ahead of its time. They didn't find commercial success, and split after several singles, an EP, and an album. Various members turned up in other Australian groups like Running Jumping Standing Still and Python Lee Jackson; the most notable of these was guitarist Doug Ford, who joined Running Jumping Standing Still and then graduated to the Master's Apprentices, the best Australian band of the '60s other than the Easybeats.

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