The Bystanders - The Live Sessions 1966- 1968 - CD
Live Sessions 1966 - 1968 captures The Bystanders in their quest for the elusive hit before the decade moulded them into one of Britain's finest progressive rock acts with the addition of Deke Leonard in late 1968. While The Bystanders' material highlighted here may be rather conservative compared to Man's erotic outpouring, these sessions form a part of the journey that the group took to make it to becoming progressive superstars. The Bystanders' various appearances for the BBC from 1966 to 1968 display fascinating renditions of the group's classic singles, coupled with many previously unreleased, exclusive tracks, never recorded outside of the BBC. Ultimately, these recordings are a valuable addition to the Bystanders' legacy and it is their survival that heralded the birth of
London Calling proudly presents The Bystanders, live from the BBC, London, England from 1966-1968. Fully restored and professionally remastered original broadcasts with 8-page booklet containing comprehensive liners charting their rise to eventual
fame, coupled with a plethora of archival memorabilia.
Tracklisting: 26th July 1966: 1. You're Gonna Hurt Yourself (with interview) / 2. Have I Offended The Girl? 15th November 1966: 3. My Love Come Home (with interview) / 4. If You Walk Away / 5. Up Tight. 6th June 1967: 6. Royal Blue Summer Sunshine Day (with interview) / 7. Yellow Balloon / 8. Wish You Would Make Up Your Mind. 14th August 1967: 9. Pattern People / 10. The First / 11. Get Down With It. 30th January 1968: 12. I Am The Walrus / 13. Somewhere They Can't Find Me. 6th May 1968: 14. This World Is My World / 15. Renaissance Fair (all tracks performed live on Top Of The Pops)