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Top hitters on the New Zealand 1960’s pop scene who recorded storming versions of mid to late 60’s mod pop-art songs plus same vein own compositions.
A pop band with a bluesy bite they were somewhere between the Animals and Paul Revere & The Raiders, driven on by an insistent keyboard-organ led sound.
The Rebels backed Paul & Barry Ryan, toured with The Easybeats, The Walker Brothers, Roy Orbison, The Yardbirds. Guitarist John Williams even depping for Jimmy Page at one show when Page was unable to perform. The Rebels were electrifying live cementing their big reputation and maintaining their national profile which covered Australia as well.
RPM are pleased to present the essential recordings from across the bands career. Perfect for RPM’s buyers of The Lookin’ series, Artwoods, Bo Street Runners, The Attack.
All recordings taken from the original tapes, and mastered at the famous vintage studio Stebbings Recording Centre.
Album produced by noted NZ music archivist Grant Gillanders with full cooperation of Larry Morris and the original band members.
Part of a new RPM series on artists from New Zealand and Australia in a tie up with Frenzy Productions, previously producing chart scoring retrospectives for EMI, Sony, Universal .
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