RARE BEAT - GARAGE ROCK AND PSYCHEDELIC
THE END
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The End were a British rock band formed in 1965 by Dave Brown and Colin Griffin following the demise of The Innocents. The band was produced by Rolling Stone' Bill Wyman, who arranged for them to tour with his group. They had been previously introduced to Wyman by producer Glyn Johns who had spotted them backing Elkie Brooks and were amongst the support acts for the Stones September '65 tour following the release of 'Out of Our Heads' along with the Spencer Davis Group; Unit Four Plus Two and The Moody Blues. A debut single 'I Can't Get Any Joy' had duly flopped and it wasn't until nearly three years later on signing to Decca (ironically the Stones label) before any further releases kicked off again. In 1968 'Shades of Orange' / 'Loving, Sacred Loving' appeared, both songs were built up during the sessions for the Stones album 'The Satanic Majesties Request' and have appeared over the years on various Stones bootlegs which seems a little odd as apart from Wyman the only other connection is Charlie Watts who plays tabla. In 1969 the band released their only album, Introspection and is one of the highlights of the English psychedelic scene, no collection should be without it. They are not to be confused with the similarly named California band, who released two singles for Kabron Records in 1966/67.

MEMBERS:

Colin Griffin replaced by Jim Henderson - Guitar - Lead Vocals
Terry Taylor - Guitar
Dave Brown - Bass - Vocals
Nick Graham - Keyboards - Vocals
John Horton and Gordie Smith - Saxophone
Roger Groom replaced by Hugh Atwooll replaced by Paul Francis - Drums

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Loving, Sacred Loving
We've Got It Made
Spain
Sonoplay SN 20.054
Value: 35

Loving, Sacred Loving
Shades Of Orange
Sweden
SWE DISC SWES 1231
Value: 80

Morning Dew
New Orleans
Spain
Sonoplay SN 20.042
Value: 100

Pennies In The Air
Someday, Somewhere, Somehow
Germany
Resono R 57016
Value: 35

Shades Of Orange
Loving, Scared Loving
Belgium
Decca 26.165
Value: 40

Shades Of Orange
Loving, Scared Loving
Italy
Decca F 22750
Value: 65

Shades Of Orange
Loving, Scared Loving
Japan
London TOP-1265
Value: 120

Shades Of Orange
Loving, Scared Loving
Spain
Decca MO 496
Value: 35

Why
Yo-Yo
Spain
Sonoplay SN 20.014
Value: 60

You'd Better Believe Me Baby
You Must Do Something
Argentina
Sonoplay Q. 1006
Value: 50

You'd Better Believe Me Baby
You Must Do Something
Spain
Sonoplay SN 20.002
Value: 50

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