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Tytuł:The Lost Souls

Wytwórnia:Lion Productions


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70,00 zł

Psych - rock , Psych - pop - rock

Wydanie digi-pack + książeczka

•Whopping 32-page booklet has the full story of the band and info on the recordings by Carlton

•Includes a multitude of unseen photos from his personal archive

•Carefully remastered from the original tapes (+ the occasional post-Lost Souls 45 single)

•"One of the great lost groups of the 60's." —Option Magazine



Recorded at Audio Recording
1. The Lost Souls – Love I Won't Admit /Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton 2:53
2. The Lost Souls – Look At Me/Lead Vocals – Chuck McKinley, Rich Schonauer 2:06
3. The Lost Souls – Walking Out On Me /Lead Vocals – Rich Schonauer 2:17
Recorded at Cleveland Recording
4. The Lost Souls – Things That Are Important 2:22

   Finger Cymbals – Larry Tomczak

   Harmony Vocals – Rich Schonauer

   Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton

   Mandolin – Denny Marek


5. The Lost Souls – Let's Get Away

   Lead Vocals – Chuck McKinley 3:24
6. The Lost Souls – Dare To Surmise 4:14

  Lead Guitar – Denny Carleton, Denny Marek

  Lead Vocals – Denny Marek

  Lead Vocals, Harpsichord – Denny Carleton


7. The Lost Souls – If These Are Men

  Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton 2:24

Other Recordings: recorded on a 4-Track Teac
8. The Lost Souls – Josephine 3:30

   Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton


9. The Lost Souls – Trashcan Throne  2:16

  Lead Vocals – Denny Marek

10. The Lost Souls – Livin' The Way I Want To 3:29

   Bass – Denny Carleton

   Lead Vocals – Chuck McKinley

11. The Lost Souls – Pre-Break Song (live at St. Joseph High School) 0:55
12. The Lost Souls – I'm Falling (live at North Ridgeville Hullabaloo) 3:47

    Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton

    Voice [announcements] – Larry Tomczak

13. The Lost Souls – I Want You (live at St. Felicitas, 1965) 3:29

   Lead Guitar – Ed Gozoski

   Lead Vocals – Denny Carleton

   Voice [announcements] – Rich Schonauer

14. The Lost Souls – Whatcha Gonna Do 2:36
15. The Lost Souls – Thing That Are (alternate) 2:29
16. The Lost Souls – I'm Fallin' (live alternate) 3:31
17. The Lost Souls – Diamond Head 2:04
18. The Lost Souls – I Can See Beyond Your Lies 2:47
19. The Lost Souls – Oh Yes 3:48
Bonus Tracks
20. The Choir– If These Are Men 2:27

   Bass – Denny Carleton

   Drums – Jim Bonfanti

   Lead Guitar – Randy Klawon

   Lead Vocals – Ken Margolis

   Organ [Hammond] – Phil Gilambardo


21. The Choir– Mummer Band 2:22

   Drums – Jim Bonfanti

   Lead Guitar – Eric Janson

   Lead Vocals, Bass – Denny Carleton

   Organ [Hammond] – Phil Gilambardo

   Piano – Ken Margolis


22. Moses – Middle of an Island 2:18

    Drums – Dave Alexy

    Lead Guitar – Chris Kamburoff

    Lead Vocals, Bass – Denny Carleton

    Piano – Jay Bryk

    Rhythm Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Brian Sands


23. Milk – Alice 2:05

    Drums – Dave Alexy

    Guitar – Alan Globekar

    Lead Vocals, Bass – Denny Carleton

24. Denny Carleton– I'm Not Busy, It's Just The Phone 2:39
25. Cleveland Cuties– Could She Love Me 3:25

    Drums – Mac Chafer

    Harmony Vocals – Frank Lauter

    Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar – Alan Globekar

    Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Bass – Denny Carleton


26. Denny Carleton– Moonlight Rebellion (key one) 2:37

   Bass, Guitar – Denny Carleton

   Drums – Mac Chafer




Bass – Chuck McKinley (tracks: 1 to 19)

Drums – Larry Tomczak (tracks: 1 to 19)

Lead Guitar – Denny Marek (tracks: 1 to 19)

Rhythm Guitar – Denny Carleton

Saxophone, Flute – Rich Schonauer (tracks: 1 to 19)





"The Lost Souls never released any records, yet the meager recorded evidence that survives indicates that they were one of the finest unknown American groups of the mid-'60s, able to write both catchy British Invasion-type rockers and, in their latter days, experimental psychedelic pieces with unusual tempo changes and song structures. The band were also unusual in their occasional embellishment of the typical period guitar-bass-drums lineup with flute, sax, and mandolin. Although popular in their Cleveland hometown, they broke up in 1968 to attend college. Rhythm guitarist Denny Carleton, who wrote and sang some of their best material, went on to briefly join The Choir, their chief (and more successful) rivals." ~Richie Unterberger. The music scene in Cleveland in the mid to late 1960's was ripe with talent: the James Gang with Joe Walsh and Glenn Schwartz, The Choir, Eric Carmen (pre-Raspberries), Glass Harp with Phil Keaggy, the Damnation of Adam Blessing... and the Lost Souls. Of all those bands, only the Lost Souls never released a record. Then again, they were in high school, trying to navigate dress codes and bullies - and playing in front of a couple thousand fans when not suspended. Sure, they lost a battle of the bands at Teen Fair 1968, but it was to the James Gang with Joe Walsh. And somehow it is the Lost Souls who emerge from that time and place with the greatest mystique and some of the most adventurous music, music which few have heard. Lost Souls main songwriter Denny Carleton released a cassette of the band's original recordings in 1984. It received airplay on hundreds of college and public radio stations in the USA (and around the world), and garnered glowing reviews... and that was it, until now. Not only is this the first time the music of the Lost Souls has been available since that cassette, the Lion Productions edition is the first release for many additional Lost Souls cuts, including alternate versions of key tracks like the insightful 'Things That Are Important' and 'I'm Falling' (the closest to a hit the band ever had), all taken from the original tapes and carefully mastered. Seven bonus tracks highlight the work of Lost Souls' main songwriter Denny Carleton (one-time member of The Choir, and more surprisingly, punk legends the Pagans); selections by The Choir, Moses, Milk and Carleton, many in all possible low-fi glory, recorded on various 4-track devices, ranging from power-pop to grimy garage. Includes 32-page booklet with the full story of the band and info on the recordings by Carleton and a multitude of unseen photos from his personal archive. Carefully remastered from the original tapes (+ the occasional post-Lost Souls 45 single). "One of the great lost groups of the '60s." ~Option Magazine.


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