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I Hear A New World

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Joe Meek

Release title: Joe Meek - It's Hard To Believe It: The Amazing World Of Joe Meek

Genre is Electronic  Rock  Pop 
Style is Garage Rock 
This album was released on the label Razor & Tie (catalog number RE20802)
This album was released in 1995 year. US

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# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
1 Telstar ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
2 Johnny Remember Me ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
3 Tribute To Buddy Holly ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
4 Chick A 'Roo ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
5 Night Of The Vampire ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
6 Paradise Garden ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
7 My Friend Bobby ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
8 Swingin' Low ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
9 Valley Of The Saroos ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
10 The Bublight ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
11 Til The Following Night ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
12 Just Like Eddie ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
13 North Wind ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
14 Huskie Team ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
15 Have I The Right ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
16 My Baby Doll ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
17 Something I've Got To Tell You ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
18 I Take It That We're Through ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
19 Lost Planet ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
20 It's Hard To Believe It ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?

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In studio record of this release "It's Hard To Believe It: The Amazing World Of Joe Meek" attended those artists:

Steve Hoffman (Mastered By),  Joe Meek (Producer), 

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  • The Tornados - Telstar

    Telstar is a 1962 instrumental record performed by The Tornados. It was the first single by a British band to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and ...

  • John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me

    Produced by Joe Meek.

  • Mike Berry & The Outlaws (Joe Meek) - Tribute To Buddy Holly - 1961 45rpm

    One of many, many songs written by Geoff Goddard for Joe Meek artists. Mike Berry's first chart single - got to 24.

  • Hot Chick A Roo - Ricky Wayne - (Joe Meek)

    Here we have the Demo first, followed by the final mix of Ricky Wayne's Chick A Roo with The Fabulous Flee Rekkers on the Triumph Label RGM1009.

  • The Moontrekkers - Night of the Vampire

    Famously creepy instrumental produced by Joe Meek of Telstar fame.

  • Peter Jay (Joe Meek) - Paradise Garden - 1960 45rpm

    The second vinyl outing for the London singer born Peter Lynch. Not to be confused with the Peter Jay of Jaywalkers fame. His dad owned London's infamous ...

  • Pamela Blue - My Friend Bobby

    Pamela Blue - My Friend Bobby (1963). Taken from the compilation "The Joe Meek Story".

  • The Outlaws (Joe Meek) - Swingin' Low - 1961 45rpm

    Debut single from Joe Meek's 'house band' - featuring Billy Kuy, Bobby Graham, Chas Hodges and Reg Hawkins.

  • Joe Meek and the Blue Men - The Valley of the Sarooes

    I hear a new world... an outer space music fantasy by Joe Meek.

  • The Bub Light

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy The Bub Light · Joe Meek and the Blue Men I Hear a New World (The Complete Recordings) ℗ 2013 Trunk ...

  • Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages - 'Til The Following Night - (Joe Meek) 1961 45rpm

    Dave Sutch & The Savages' first 45. Perfect excuse for Joe Meek to lash together his scary sound-effects tapes!

  • heinz just like eddie

    brilliant tribute to eddie cochran from the former tornados member heinz burt.

  • Houston Wells & The Marksmen/Joe Meek - North Wind

    Great song by Houston Wells & The Marksmen, in true Joe Meek galloping style, here in Stereo.

  • The Saints (Joe Meek) - Husky Team + Pigtails - 1963 45rpm

    The second and final release by Heinz's backing group with Tap Martin, Roy Philips and Ricky Winter. One of only a couple of white label Pye releases from that ...

  • The Honeycombs (Joe Meek) - Have I The Right - 1964 45rpm

    'Whoa!, put those axes down, and mind me hair!'... Huge No.1 hit - selling over 2 million worldwide. They originally played the London clubs as The Sheratons.

  • Mike Berry & The Outlaws (Joe Meek) - My Baby Doll - 1961 45rpm

    B-side of his first Meek-produced 45 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow?'


    An unknown amatuer singer, attempting the Howard - Blaikley song, as recorded by The Honeycombs and Glenda Collins (both produced by Joe Meek) and ...

  • The Riot Squad (Joe Meek) - I Take It That We're Through - 1966 45rpm

    Fifth Pye release by London's Riot Squad. Graham 'Super Girl' Bonney on vocals. Joe Meek at the controls.

  • Thunderbolts - Lost Planet (Prod. Joe Meek)

    Produced by Joe Meek, and written and performed by The Thunderbolts, aka The Charles Kingsley Creation, aka Charles & Kingsley Ward.

  • Glenda Collins - It's Hard To Believe It (Alternate lyric)(Joe Meek)

    The 1st line is replaced by a reference to flying saucers, though the rest is as released. Probably trying the lyric out. This, and many others, was found amongst ...

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