Various - What's Shakin' (Mono)

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In the musically explosive '60s, Elektra Records, like most of their contemporaries, was diligently searching for the "next big thing". In 1966, the label collected some of the best of these demos and compiled them for the 'What's Shakin'' album. It contains the first four tracks recorded by the just-formed Lovin' Spoonful, who wound up creating a series of hit albums and singles for Kama Sutra. Notably, the album also contains two songs by Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse, recorded immediately prior to the formation of Cream. Rounding out the compilation are contributions from Al Kooper and Elektra

Sourced from the original analog master tapes, pressed on high-definition vinyl and packaged with original liner notes and photo inserts, this album belongs in the collections of discerning music fans everywhere.

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