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Groovies Greatest Grooves


Download links and information about Groovies Greatest Grooves by The Flamin' Groovies. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:15:03 minutes.

Artist: The Flamin' Groovies
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:15:03
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No. Title Length
1. Shake Some Action 4:33
2. Teenage Head 2:51
3. Slow Death 4:23
4. Tallahassee Lassie 2:22
5. Yeah My Baby 3:55
6. Yes It's True 2:30
7. First Plane Home 3:49
8. In the U.S.A. 3:18
9. Between the Lines 4:15
10. Don't You Lie to Me 2:26
11. You Tore Me Down 2:52
12. I'll Cry Alone 2:15
13. Please Please Girl 2:03
14. Down Down Down 2:46
15. Yes I Am 2:34
16. Teenage Confidential 2:44
17. I Can't Hide 3:12
18. Absolutely Sweet Marie 3:12
19. Don't Put Me On 4:12
20. I Saw Her 2:39
21. All I Wanted 3:02
22. Jumpin' In the Night 3:21
23. There's a Place 1:50
24. River Deep, Mountain High 3:59



At all points in their career the Flamin’ Groovies took perverse pride in their distinctively anachronistic brand of music. At a time when their San Francisco compatriots were fusing folk and country music with psychedelic experimentation, the Groovies traded in lovingly constructed approximations of ‘50s rock and roll, proudly bashing out covers by then passé artists like Chuck Berry and Slim Harpo. By the time The Rolling Stones finally resuscitated the Groovies style of Rock & Roll revivalism with their triptych of early seventies roots rock masterpieces, the Groovies had all ready moved on to the mannered, minor chord power-pop of “Shake Some Action” and “Jumpin’ In the Night.”Groovies Greatest Grooves, does a neat job of gathering together the best work of this once overlooked outfit. The high-octane rock of their earliest incarnation still sounds ferocious, while the shimmering pop perfection of “Slow Death,” “You Tore Me Down,” and “Don’t Lie To Me” has influenced countless modern indie acts. More consistent than any of their often patchy full lengths, Groovies Greatest Grooves provides an unbroken string of rock and roll delights.