There are actually two versions of this on both CD and vinyl, but both are titled The Girls Want The Boys! Sweden’s Beat Girls.
Tag: ace records
You probably know his songs from the many covers in the 1960s (and later). But if you want the source material itself, do check out Mose Allison – I’m Not Talkin’ – The Song Stylings Of 1957-1972 (BGP).
A joy of a release from BGP through Ace Records, this limited edition Billy Hawks – Oh Baby! EP.
If you picked up and enjoyed the 2011 Come Together compilation of soul takes on Beatles tracks, then you’ll probably want to pick up Let It Be: Black America Sings Lennon, McCartney & Harrison (Ace Records).
Get saving your pennies as Modernism looks like anther superb compilation from Kent and Ace Records. What else would you expect of them?
If you liked the sound of the Decca Beat Girls compilation from Ace, then you probably want to know more about Scratch My Back! Pye Beat Girls 1963-1968 from the same label.
Another interesting release from Ace Records. Perhaps not strictly mod, but Love Hit Me! Decca Beat Girls should appeal to fans of 60s girl beat and pop.
It looks like Ace Records has been into the Motown vaults once more, coming up with 24 tracks for the One Track Mind! More Motown Guys compilation.