Those Guys | Behind The Glasses

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Rock: 60's Rock Pop: 60's Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Behind The Glasses

by Those Guys

Authentic '60s garage rock/pop from 1967, featuring single sides and unreleased music.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Lookin' At You Behind The Glasses
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2:28 album only
2. Three Days Gone
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2:44 album only
3. People Say
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2:28 album only
4. Steropsis Of A Floret
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2:26 album only
5. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
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2:01 album only
6. Sad Smiling Faces
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2:31 album only
7. Sunshine Go Lightly
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1:55 album only
8. The Fix-It Man
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2:18 album only
9. Workin' Girl
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2:33 album only
10. Wonderin'
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1:51 album only
11. When I'm Alone
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2:32 album only
12. Kentucky Woman
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13. Never My Love
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14. Come Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Realizing a good thing when one came along, Those Guys David Owens, Jimmy Owens and Bill Dabbs hooked up with Bob Barnes and Eddie Deaton shortly after that duo's own rock band--the legendary Elite--broke up. This line-up of Those Guys would soon become one of the most popular groups in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. The band scored a regional hit in 1967 with their version of 'People Say' but reached their peak behind the incredibly strong songwriting of David Owens. Over forty years later, their 'Stereopis Of A Floret' and 'Lookin' At You Behind The Glasses' have become recognized as garage rock and psychedelic classics.

This collection of Those Guys recordings includes the complete recorded output of the core group, including their four single sides, six unreleased recordings enginnered by T-Bone Burnett and four bonus tracks recorded for the Sump'n Else TV show.


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