Title: Yellow Pills - More Great Pop! Volume 3
Style: Power Pop
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The two-disc set, put together by Yellow Pills fanzine scribe Jordan Oakes, is chock full of incredible and ultra-rare power pop singles from the late 70s and early 80s. This week, I was thrilled to discover that a friend of mine had accidentally tracked down the original Yellow Pills compilations-also curated by Mr. Oakes-which were released throughout the 90s by the now defunct Big Deal label.
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|1||–Her Majesty's Buzz||Penelope Baker
Bass – Don Smith Drums – Harry PeelLead Guitar – Spot AllisonOrgan, Keyboards – Ric SteffVocals [All], Guitar [Guitars] – Brandon McGovernWritten-By – McGovern*, Roberson*
|2||–Michael Guthrie Band*||Do What You're Doing
Bass, Vocals – Ritchie McNallyDrums – Herb GuthrieGuitar [Guitars], Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Michael Guthrie Written-By – M. Guthrie*
|3||–Material Issue||The Problem With Jill
Bass, Vocals – Ted AnsaniDrums – Mike ZelenkoLead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Guitar – Jim EllisonWritten-By – Ellison*
|4||–Brad Jones||The Blunderbuss
Vocals – Will KimbroughVocals [Most], Instruments [All] – Brad Jones Written-By – Jones*, Baylor*
|5||–Martin Luther Lennon||Nobody I Know
Drums – Ed De Joy*Guitar – Steve ReflingLead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Vocals [Vox], Bass – Martin Luther LennonWritten-By – Perkins*
|6||–John Wicks||Her Stars Are My Stars
Bass – Alex ZavistovichDrums – Evan PollackLead Guitar – Mike Harvey Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Rhythm Guitar – John Wicks Vocals, Percussion – Joe Parsons Written-By – John Wicks , Will Birch
Bass – Jonny BitchDrums – Michael Collins Lead Guitar – Matt Meyer Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Guitar – Joe ThebeauWritten-By – Thebeau*
|8||–John McMullan||Taking Me Somewhere
Bass, Organ – Mike LawlerDrums – Wayne KilliusLead Guitar – Michael Severs*Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Rhythm Guitar, Piano – John McMullanWritten-By – McMullan*
|9||–Gigolo Aunts||My Weird Sister
Bass, Vocals – Steve HurleyDrums – Paul BrouwerGuitar, Vocals – Dave Gibbs, Phil HurleyWritten-By – Gibbs*, Brouwer*, Hurley*, Hurley*
|10||–Black And Blonde||Just In Time
Bass, Backing Vocals – Mike GormanDrums – Randy AntleptGuitar, Backing Vocals – Rob Harding Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards – Mimi BetinisLead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Cliff Johnson Written-By – Johnson*, Betinis*
|11||–The Greenberry Woods||You Know The Real
Drums, Percussion – Mike Rosen*Vocals, Bass – Brandt HusemanVocals, Lead Guitar – Matt HusemanVocals, Rhythm Guitar – Ira KatzWritten-By – Huseman*, Katz*, Huseman*
|12||–The Blow Pops||Pt. 1
Bass – Jack RiceDrums – Nick RandazzoVocals, Guitar [Guitars] – Mike Jarvis, Tim Buckley Written-By – Jarvis*, Buckley*
|13||–Feet Of Clay||Dear Prudence
Bass, Vocals – Noel CrowderDrums, Percussion – Steve ComeauLead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Guitar – Ralph BrunerWritten-By – Lennon-McCartney
Bass, Vocals – Dave BrowDrums, Vocals – Paul Presson*Guitar, Vocals – Robbie RistLead Guitar, Vocals – Pat McGrath*Piano, Vocals – Christian NesmithWritten-By – Rist*
|15||–Paul Collins' Beat||I've Always Got You On My Mind
Bass, Vocals – Steve HuffDrums – Jay Dee DaughertyLead Guitar – Werner Fritzing*Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Paul CollinsWritten-By – Collins*
|16||–The Scruffs||This Can't Go On
Backing Vocals – Rick Clark , Tommy HoehnBass – Ricky Branyan*Drums – Zeph PaulsonGuitar – Dave BranyanLead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Guitar – Stephen Burns Written-By – Burns*
|17||–The Rock Club||Time Will Tell On You
Bass, Backing Vocals – Bob SoleDrums – Glen Robert AllenGuitar, Backing Vocals – Nick LohriGuitar, Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Ronnie D'AddarioWritten-By – D'Addario*
|18||–Cherry Twister||Blue Summer
Bass – Michael GiblinDrums – Ross SacklerVocals, Guitar [Guitars], Keyboards – Steve Ward Written-By – Ward*
|19||–Something Happens||Be The One
Bass – Alan ByrneDrums – Eamonn RyanGuitar – Ray HarmanVocals – Tom DunneWritten-By – Something Happens
|20||–Scott McCarl||Nobody Knows
Bass – Brent WarrenDrums – Don KruegerLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar [Acoustic] – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals – Scott McCarlTwelve-String Guitar [Electric] – Billy SullivanWritten-By – D. Smalley*, E. Carmen*
|21||–Craig Pearman||Let's Take A Chance
Lead Guitar, Bass – Mike Nicholson Vocals, Guitar, Drums – Craig PearmanWritten-By – Pearman*
- Distributed By – Caroline Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Big Deal
- Copyright (c) – Big Deal
- Pressed By – Disctronics USA – 134986
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Jordan Oakes
- Design – Nancy Brennan
- Edited By [Digitally], Remastered By [Digitally] – Joshua Melville
- Executive-Producer – David Wolin, Dean Brownrout
NotesTrack 12 - "Special thanks to Bill Stace"
Track 16 - "Special thanks to Rick Clark"
Track 20 - "Special thanks to Mike Johnson"
Track 21 liner notes refer to "Let's Take A Chance" as "Just Take A Chance"
"Yellow Pills, Volume 3 is dedicated to the memory of Jimmy Silva"
P.O. Box #2072 Peter Stuyvesant Station, NY, NY 10009-9998
P & C 1995 BIG DEAL Exclusively Distributed by Caroline Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 017046902328
- Matrix / Runout (Mirror Band, Printed): 134986-W1-5201-2 DISCTRONICS USA ✱✱BGD9023✱✱
- Other (Inner Hub, Stamped): I
|VIVP-60683||Various||Yellow Pills - More Great Pop! Volume 3 (CD, Comp)||Big Deal||VIVP-60683||Japan||1995|