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In that enticing, enthralling school of 1960s "girls with guitars", Goldie & the Gingerbreads are top of the class. Self-contained and accomplished as instrumentalists, with an eminently soulful vocal prowess, the Gingerbreads remain true pioneers of women in rock'n'roll, and with a fascinating history to boot. Born in the discotheques of Gotham, Goldie & the Gingerbreads were a popular club act with a handful of recordings under their belt when an admiring Animals caught them on a NYC visit in late 1964. "Imported" into the UK, the group scored a hit with 'Can't You Hear My Heartbeat' and went on to tour with the Rolling Stones, Kinks and others, as well as maintaining a high visibility in the UK on their own. They made several more worthy if unsuccessful discs with producer Shel Talmy before splitting in 1967. "Thinking About The Good Times" is the first-ever Goldie & the Gingerbreads collection, and it's a fine testament to their undoubted abilities. Gathering together their sessions for Scepter, Decca and Atlantic, the versatility of the group is quite apparent on tracks that range from chunky beat and R&B ('Look For Me Baby', 'Think About The Good Times') through dramatic soul balladry ('That's Why I Love You', 'Little Boy') to classic girl group sounds ('Sailor Boy', 'Something Beautiful'). Ace's package also benefits from first-generation source material that includes several unissued titles. All three surviving members of the group - Genya "Goldie" Ravan, Ginger Bianco and Margo Lewis - contribute to a lengthy oral history of the Gingerbreads' career, and opened their personal files for a feast of visuals in the 40-page CD booklet.
In that enticing, enthralling school of 1960s "girls with guitars", Goldie & the Gingerbreads are top of the class. Self-contained and accomplished as instrumentalists, with an eminently soulful vocal prowess, the Gingerbreads remain true pioneers of women in rock'n'roll, and with a fascinating history to boot. Born in the discotheques of Gotham, Goldie & the Gingerbreads were a popular club act with a handful of recordings under their belt when an admiring Animals caught them on a NYC visit in late 1964. "Imported" into the UK, the group scored a hit with 'Can't You Hear My Heartbeat' and went on to tour with the Rolling Stones, Kinks and others, as well as maintaining a high visibility in the UK on their own. They made several more worthy if unsuccessful discs with producer Shel Talmy before splitting in 1967. "Thinking About The Good Times" is the first-ever Goldie & the Gingerbreads collection, and it's a fine testament to their undoubted abilities. Gathering together their sessions for Scepter, Decca and Atlantic, the versatility of the group is quite apparent on tracks that range from chunky beat and R&B ('Look For Me Baby', 'Think About The Good Times') through dramatic soul balladry ('That's Why I Love You', 'Little Boy') to classic girl group sounds ('Sailor Boy', 'Something Beautiful'). Ace's package also benefits from first-generation source material that includes several unissued titles. All three surviving members of the group - Genya "Goldie" Ravan, Ginger Bianco and Margo Lewis - contribute to a lengthy oral history of the Gingerbreads' career, and opened their personal files for a feast of visuals in the 40-page CD booklet.
029667099028
Thinking About The Good Times: Complete Recordings
Artist: Goldie & The Gingerbreads
Format: CD
New: In Stock $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Can't You Hear My Heartbeat
2. Think About The Good Times
3. That's Why I Love You
4. Chew Chew Fee Fi Fum
5. Sailor Boy
6. Look For Me Baby
7. Little Boy
8. The Skip
9. V.I.P.
10. What Kind Of Man Are You
11. Please, Please
12. Skinny Vinnie
13. I See You've Come Again
14. Bye Bye Baby
15. Something Beautiful
16. Sporting Life
17. Margo's Groove
18. Take My Hand
19. Please, Please
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In that enticing, enthralling school of 1960s "girls with guitars", Goldie & the Gingerbreads are top of the class. Self-contained and accomplished as instrumentalists, with an eminently soulful vocal prowess, the Gingerbreads remain true pioneers of women in rock'n'roll, and with a fascinating history to boot. Born in the discotheques of Gotham, Goldie & the Gingerbreads were a popular club act with a handful of recordings under their belt when an admiring Animals caught them on a NYC visit in late 1964. "Imported" into the UK, the group scored a hit with 'Can't You Hear My Heartbeat' and went on to tour with the Rolling Stones, Kinks and others, as well as maintaining a high visibility in the UK on their own. They made several more worthy if unsuccessful discs with producer Shel Talmy before splitting in 1967. "Thinking About The Good Times" is the first-ever Goldie & the Gingerbreads collection, and it's a fine testament to their undoubted abilities. Gathering together their sessions for Scepter, Decca and Atlantic, the versatility of the group is quite apparent on tracks that range from chunky beat and R&B ('Look For Me Baby', 'Think About The Good Times') through dramatic soul balladry ('That's Why I Love You', 'Little Boy') to classic girl group sounds ('Sailor Boy', 'Something Beautiful'). Ace's package also benefits from first-generation source material that includes several unissued titles. All three surviving members of the group - Genya "Goldie" Ravan, Ginger Bianco and Margo Lewis - contribute to a lengthy oral history of the Gingerbreads' career, and opened their personal files for a feast of visuals in the 40-page CD booklet.

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