Three CD set. Often remembered for their foot stomping classic '60s hit 'Have I The Right' and the presence of Honey Lantree as their drummer. There was more, and this is a long overdue complete collection of one of producer Joe Meek's most successful artists. Presented in a clam shell box with an extensive biography from major collector and contributor to The Joe Meek Society magazine Thunderbolt, Paul Moy, a fan of the group since buying their first single in 1964, plus rare images from Paul's collection. The set includes both studio LPs The Honeycombs (1964) and All Systems Go (1965), presented here in their original mono versions, comprising Disc One and Two. Also on these discs are the non-LP b-sides, the rare US only single version of 'I Can't Stop', and the German language version of the major hit as 'Hab Icht Des Recht'. Together with the unreleased alternate version of the backing track to the hit complete with Joe Meek count in. The Honeycombs made a strong impression in Japan at the time and the box set includes their third LP In Tokyo (1966), a live recording. Also, the Japan only singles recorded at Nippon Columbia Studios. To complete the '60s recordings round-up we have two tracks recorded not long before Meek's death in 1967, 'Tell Me Baby' and 'I Can Tell (Something's Up)' which remained unreleased at the time. Then, following their time in the group, the solo singles by guitarist Martin Murray and lead singer Denny D'ell.
Three CD set. Often remembered for their foot stomping classic '60s hit 'Have I The Right' and the presence of Honey Lantree as their drummer. There was more, and this is a long overdue complete collection of one of producer Joe Meek's most successful artists. Presented in a clam shell box with an extensive biography from major collector and contributor to The Joe Meek Society magazine Thunderbolt, Paul Moy, a fan of the group since buying their first single in 1964, plus rare images from Paul's collection. The set includes both studio LPs The Honeycombs (1964) and All Systems Go (1965), presented here in their original mono versions, comprising Disc One and Two. Also on these discs are the non-LP b-sides, the rare US only single version of 'I Can't Stop', and the German language version of the major hit as 'Hab Icht Des Recht'. Together with the unreleased alternate version of the backing track to the hit complete with Joe Meek count in. The Honeycombs made a strong impression in Japan at the time and the box set includes their third LP In Tokyo (1966), a live recording. Also, the Japan only singles recorded at Nippon Columbia Studios. To complete the '60s recordings round-up we have two tracks recorded not long before Meek's death in 1967, 'Tell Me Baby' and 'I Can Tell (Something's Up)' which remained unreleased at the time. Then, following their time in the group, the solo singles by guitarist Martin Murray and lead singer Denny D'ell.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 01/31/2020
UPC: 5013929554801

Have I The Right: Complete 60s Albums & Singles
Artist: Honeycombs
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Please Don't Pretend Again
2. Colour Slide
3. Once You Know
4. Without You It Is Night
5. That's the Way
6. I Want to Be Free
7. How the Mighty Have Fallen
8. Have I the Right?
9. Just a Face in the Crowd 1
10. Nice While It Lasted 1
11. Me from You 1
12. Leslie Anne 1
13. She's Too Way Out 1
14. It Ain't Necessarily So 1
15. This Too Shall Pass Away 1
16. Hab' Ich Das Recht? (Have I the Right?) 1
17. Du Sollst Nicht Traurig Sein (Please Don't Pretend Again) 1
18. Is It Because? 1
19. I'll Cry Tomorrow 2
20. Eyes 2
21. If You've Got to Pick a Baby 2
22. I Can't Stop (45 Version) 2
23. Something Better Beginning 2
24. I'll See You Tomorrow 2
25. Can't Get Through to You 2
26. That's the Way (Live) 2
27. Colour Slide (Live) 2
28. Hab' Ich Das Recht? (Have I the Right?) (Instrumental) 2
29. This Year, Next Year 3
30. Not Sleeping Too Well Lately 3
31. I Can't Stop 3
32. I Don't Love Her No More 3
33. All Systems Go 3
34. Totem Pole (Instrumental) 3
35. Emptiness 3
36. Ooee Train 3
37. She Ain't Coming Back 3
38. Something I Gotta Tell You 3
39. Our Day Will Come 4
40. Nobody But Me 4
41. There's Always Me 4
42. Love in Tokyo 4
43. If You Should 4
44. My Prayer 4
45. Who Is Sylvia? 4
46. How Will I Know? 4
47. It's So Hard 4
48. I Fell in Love 4
49. That Loving Feeling 5
50. Should a Man Cry 5
51. I Don't Love You No More 5
52. I Can Tell (Something's Up) 5
53. Tell Me Baby 5
54. Somewhere Along the Way 5
55. Colour Slide (Live) 5
56. I'll Go Crazy (Live) 5
57. She's About a Mover (Live) 5
58. There's Always Me (Live) 5
59. Wipe Out (Live) 6
60. Lucille (Live) 6
61. If You Should (Live) 6
62. Have I the Right? (Live) 6
63. Goldfinger (Live) 6
64. Kansas City (Live) 6
65. My Prayer (Live) 6
66. What'd I Say (Live) 6
67. Goldfinger (Instrumental) 6
68. Santa Claus Is Backin' to Town 6
69. Silent Night, Holy Night 7
70. Hurricane (Instrumental) 7
71. Music Train (Instrumental) 7
72. Time 7
73. White Sands from the Ocean 7
74. I Know What I Want (Martin Murray Solo) 7
75. Goodbye My Baby (Martin Murray Solo) 7
76. It Breaks My Heart (Denny D'ell Solo) 7
77. Better Use Your Head (Denny D'ell Solo) 7
78. A Woman Called Sorrow (Denny D'ell Solo) 7
79. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Denny D'ell Solo)

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Three CD set. Often remembered for their foot stomping classic '60s hit 'Have I The Right' and the presence of Honey Lantree as their drummer. There was more, and this is a long overdue complete collection of one of producer Joe Meek's most successful artists. Presented in a clam shell box with an extensive biography from major collector and contributor to The Joe Meek Society magazine Thunderbolt, Paul Moy, a fan of the group since buying their first single in 1964, plus rare images from Paul's collection. The set includes both studio LPs The Honeycombs (1964) and All Systems Go (1965), presented here in their original mono versions, comprising Disc One and Two. Also on these discs are the non-LP b-sides, the rare US only single version of 'I Can't Stop', and the German language version of the major hit as 'Hab Icht Des Recht'. Together with the unreleased alternate version of the backing track to the hit complete with Joe Meek count in. The Honeycombs made a strong impression in Japan at the time and the box set includes their third LP In Tokyo (1966), a live recording. Also, the Japan only singles recorded at Nippon Columbia Studios. To complete the '60s recordings round-up we have two tracks recorded not long before Meek's death in 1967, 'Tell Me Baby' and 'I Can Tell (Something's Up)' which remained unreleased at the time. Then, following their time in the group, the solo singles by guitarist Martin Murray and lead singer Denny D'ell.