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Immediate Records was a British record label, started in 1965 by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham, concentrating on the London based British blues and R&B scene. Acts included P.P. Arnold, John Mayall, Savoy Brown, The Small Faces, The Move, The Nice, Fleetwood Mac, The Groundhogs, Chris Farlowe and Humble Pie. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... 1965 (MCMLXV) was a common year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1965 calendar). ... This article is about the rock band. ... Andrew Loog Oldham (born 1944) is a British rock and roll producer, impresario and author. ... For other uses, see London (disambiguation). ... The blues is blal vaökdgohdtzkhchg cnlncgdl a vocal and instrumental form of music based on the full twelve note chromatic scale plus the microtonal intervals and a characteristic eight and twelve-bar chord progression. ... Pamela Arnold, professionally known as , was a British soul singer in the 1960s. ... John Mayall, OBE, (born 29 November 1933) is a pioneering British blues singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. ... Savoy Brown is a British blues band formed in the 1960s, originally known as the Savoy Brown Blues Band. ... The Small Faces, left to right: Ian McLagan, Steve Marriott, Kenney Jones, Ronnie Lane For the Scottish film, see Small Faces (film). ... The Move ca. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Fleetwood Mac (formed in 1967) is an influential and commercially successful British-American band whose music has ranged from blues to pop. ... The Groundhogs were a British blues band founded in 1963, which toured extensively in the 1960s and continued in existence for a number of decades. ... Chris Farlowe is an English singer and one-time amateur boxer. ... For the hard rock band of the same name, see Humble Pie (band). ...


Due to financial problems the label stopped in 1970 and it has been the subject of controversy ever since. This is especially true in regard to unpaid royalties owing to the famed UK Mod band The Small Faces, who made numerous hit recordings for the label between 1966 and 1969. Despite many hits, the band received virtually no income from these often re-released records until legal action finally secured payments from the present licencees in the early 2000s. 1970 (MCMLXX) was a common year starting on Thursday (the link is to a full 1970 calendar). ... 1966 (MCMLXVI) was a common year starting on Saturday (the link is to a full 1966 calendar). ... 1969 (MCMLXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1969 calendar). ...


According to Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones, most of Immediate's assets and income were embezzled by one of the company's senior partners, who allegedly channeled the funds to offshore bank accounts. Drummer Kenney Jones was a member of renowned British pop-rock band the Small Faces from 1965 to 1969. ...


Longplayer

  • 001: The McCoys - Hang On Sloopy
  • 002: Sam Cooke - The Wonderful World Of Sam Cooke
  • 003: Aranbee Pop Symphony Orchestra - Today's Pop Symphony
  • 004: Mark Murphy - Who Can I Turn To
  • 005: Chris Farlowe - 14 Things To Think About
  • 006: Chris Farlowe - The Art Of Chris Farlowe
  • 007: Twice As Much - Own Up
  • 008: The Small Faces - Small Faces
  • 009: Billy Nicholls - Would You Believe
  • 010: Chris Farlowe - The Best Of Chris Farlowe Vol. 1
  • 011: P.P. Arnold - The First Lady Of Immediate
  • 012: The Small Faces - Odgen's Nut Gone Flake
  • 013: Twice As Much - That's All
  • 014: Various - Blues Anytime Vol. 1
  • 015: Various - Blues Anytime Vol. 2
  • 016: The Nice - The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack
  • 017: P.P. Arnold - Kafunta
  • 018: Duncan Browne - Give Me Take You
  • 019: Sampler - Blues Anytime Vol. 3
  • 020: The Nice - Ars Longa Vita Brevis
  • 021: Chris Farlowe - The Last Goodbye
  • 022: Small Faces - In Memoriam
  • 023: Amen Corner - National Welsh Coast Live Explosion Company
  • 024: Various - Blues Leftovers
  • 025: Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is
  • 026: The Nice - The Nice
  • 027: Humble Pie - Town & Country
  • 028: Amen Corner - Farewell To The Real Magnificant Seven

Sam Cooke (January 22, 1931 – December 11, 1964) was a popular and influential American gospel, R&B, soul, pop singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. ... Chris Farlowe is an English singer and one-time amateur boxer. ... The Small Faces, left to right: Ian McLagan, Steve Marriott, Kenney Jones, Ronnie Lane For the Scottish film, see Small Faces (film). ... Billy Nicholls is a British Rock/Blues artist, whom first gained fame in the 1960s while still a teenager with his Pet Sounds influenced album, Would You Believe. ... Pamela Arnold, professionally known as , was a British soul singer in the 1960s. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Amen Corner was a successful British pop band, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. ... Humble Pie was a British rock music band, best known for its hard-rocking recordings and concert performances. ... Amen Corner was a successful British pop band, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. ...

Singles

  • 001 The McCoys: Hang On Sloopy/I Can't Believe It
  • 002 The Fifth Avenue: The Bells of Rhymney/Just Like Anyone Would Do
  • 003 Nico: I'm Not Sayin/The Last Mile
  • 004 Gregory Phillips: Down In The Boondocks/That's The One
  • 005 The Masterminds: She Belongs to Me/Taken My Love
  • 006 The Poets: Call Again/Some Things I Can't Forget
  • 007 The Strangeloves: Cara-Lin/(Roll On) Mississippi
  • 008 Van Lenton: Gotta Get Away/You Don't Care
  • 009 Facotums: In My Lonely Room/A Run In The Green And Tangerine Flaked Forest
  • 010 The Golden Apples Of The Sun: The Monkey Time/Chocolate Rolls, Tea And Monopoly
  • 011 Barbara Lynn: You Can't Buy My Love/That's What A Friend Will Do
  • 012 John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers: I'm Your Witchdoctor/Telephone Blues
  • 013 Glyn Johns: Mary Anne/Like Grains Of Yellow Sand
  • 014 Mick Softley: I'm So Confused/She's my Girl
  • 015 The Mockingbirds: You Stole My Love/Skit Skat
  • 016 Chris Farlowe: The Fool/Treat Her Good
  • 017 Joey Vine: Down & Out/The Out Of Towner
  • 018 Jimmy Tarbuck:Someday/Wastin' Time
  • 019 The Variations: The Man With All The Toys/She'll Know I'm Sorry
  • 020 The Fleur De Lys: Moondreams/Wait For Me
  • 021 The McCoys: Fever/Sorrow
  • 022 The Factotums: You're So Good To Me/Can't Go Home Anymore My Love
  • 023 Chris Farlowe: Think/Don't Just Look At Me
  • 024 The Poets: Baby Don't You Do It/I'll Come Home
  • 025 Charles Dickens: So Much In Love/Our Soul Brother TH
  • 026 Goldie: Going Back/Headlines
  • 027 Tony Rivers and the Castaways: Girl Don't Tell Me/The Girl From Salt Lake City
  • 028 The McCoys:Don't Worry Mother, Your Son's Heart Is Pure/Ko-Ko
  • 029 The McCoys: Up And Down/If You Tell A Lie
  • 030 The London Waits: Softly Softly (The Theme From The BBC-TV Series)/Serenadio (Italian Serenade)
  • 031 The Turtles: You Baby/Wanderin' Kind
  • 032 The Fleur De Lys: Circles/So, Come On
  • 033 Twice As Much: Sittin' On A Fence/Baby I Want You
  • 034 The McCoys: Runaway/Come On Let's Go
  • 035 Chris Farlowe: Out Of Time / Baby Make It Soon
  • 036 Twice As Much: Step Out Of Line/Simplified
  • 037 The McCoys: (You Make Me Feel) So Good/Everyday I Have To Cry
  • 038 Chris Farlowe: Ride On Baby/Headlines
  • 039 Twice As Much: True Story/You're So Good For Me
  • 040 P.P.Arnold: Everything's Gonna Be Alright/Life Is But Nothing
  • 041 Chris Farlowe: My Way Of Giving/You're So Good To Me
  • 042 Twice As Much: Crystal Ball/Why Can't They All Go And Leave Me Alone
  • 043 Apostolic Intervention: (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me/Madame Garcia
  • 044 Nicky Scott: Big City/Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  • 045 Nicky Scott: Backstreet Girl/Chain Reaction
  • 046 The McCoys: I Got To Go Back/Dynamite
  • 047 P.P.Arnold: The First Cut Is The Deepest/Speak To Me
  • 048 Mort Shuman IV: Monday Monday/Little Children
  • 049 Chris Farlowe: Yesterday's Papers/Life Is But Nothing
  • 050: Small Faces: Here Come The Nice/Talk To You
  • 051 John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton: I'm Your Witchdoctor/Telephone Blues
  • 052 Marquis Of Kensington: The Changing of The Guard/Reverse Thrust
  • 053 Murray Head: She Was Perfection/Secondhand Monday
  • 054 The Australian Playboys: Black Sheep R.I.P./Sad
  • 055 P.P. Arnold: The Time Has Come/If You See What I Mean
  • 056 Chris Farlowe: Moanin'/What Have I Been Doing
  • 057 Small Faces: Itchycoo Park/I'm Only Dreaming
  • 058 Warm Sounds: Sticks And Stones/Angeline
  • 059 The Nice: The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack/Azrail (Angel Of Death)
  • 060 Rod Stewart: Little Miss Understand/So Much To Say
  • 061 P.P.Arnold: (If You Think You're) Groovy/Though It Hurts Me Badly
  • 062 Small Faces: Tin Soldier/I Fell Much Better
  • 063 Billy Nicholls: Would You Believe/Daytime Girl
  • 064 Small Faces: Lazy Sunday/Rollin' Over (Part ll of Happiness Stan)
  • 065 Chris Farlowe: Handbags And Gladrags/Everyone makes A Mistake
  • 066 Chris Farlowe: The Last Goodbye (From the film "The Last Goodbye") /Paperman Fly In The Sky
  • 067 (DEMO) Outer Limits ; Great Train Robbery / Sweet Freedom
  • 067 P.P. Arnold: Angel Of The Morning/Life Is But Nothing
  • 068 The Nice: America (from West Side Story)/The Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon
  • 069 Small Faces: The Universal/Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass
  • 070 Duncan Browne: On The Bombsite/Alfred Bell
  • 071 Chris Farlowe: Paint it Black/I Just Need Your Loving
  • 072 The Nice: Brandenburger/Happy Freuds
  • 073 Amen Corner: (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice/Hey Hey Girl
  • 074 Chris Farlowe: Dawn/April Was The Month
  • 075 Michael D'Abo: (See The Little People) Gulliver Travels (from the show Gulliver's Travels) /An Anthology of Gullivers Travels - Part Two
  • 076 The McCoys: Hang On Sloopy/This Is Where We Came In
  • 077 Small Faces: Afterglow Of Your Love/Wham Bam Thank You Man
  • 078 Chris Farlowe: Out Of Time/Ride On Baby
  • 079 P.P.Arnold: The First Cut Is The Deepest/The Time Has Come
  • 080 Fleetwood Mac/Earl Vince And The Valiants: Man Of The World/Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite
  • 081 Amen Corner: Hello Susie/Evil Man's Gonna Win
  • 082 Humble Pie: Natural Born Budgie/Wrist Job
  • 083 (not used)
  • 084 Amen Corner: Get Back/Farewell To The Real Magnificent Seven

For the sequel to Ico see Shadow of the Colossus Nico Christa Päffgen (October 16, 1938 – July 18, 1988) was a singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress and Warhol superstar, best known by her pseudonym Nico. ... The Strangeloves were a songwriting/production team in the 1960s whose biggest hits were I Want Candy, Night Time and Cara-Lin. ... John Mayall, OBE, (born 29 November 1933) is a pioneering British blues singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. ... Amen Corner was a successful British pop band, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. ... Amen Corner was a successful British pop band, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. ... Amen Corner was a successful British pop band, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. ...

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