Kath ‎– 1

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Lion Productions ‎– LION 651
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2 × CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
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Tracklist

Kath "1" (Original Album)
1-1 I Want To Love You
1-2 Lonely Again
1-3 Goodbye Sunshine
1-4 Tell Laura I Love Her
1-5 Seagulls
1-6 Silly Willy
1-7 It Doesn’t Mean
1-8 Candleman
1-9 Norwegian Wood
1-10 BLPSVC
1-11 Typical Recording Session (With Breakdown Of Instrumental Version Of Mother Dear)
1-12 Mother Dear
1-13 Say What You Feel
1-14 Toilet Theme (With Part Of Say What You Feel)
1-15 She’s The Girl I Love
Bonus Tracks: Badge EP
1-16 Love Me Down
1-17 I Hear Them Laughing
1-18 As I Looked
1-19 Just Like You
1-20 She
Unreleased Material
2-1 It Doesn’t Mean (EP Version)
2-2 I’ve Got That Feeling
2-3 Tearfall In The Rain
2-4 Look To Your Window
2-5 The Great Pretender
2-6 Little Miss
2-7 Keep Tryin’
2-8 Do You Wanna Dance
2-9 I Need You
2-10 Everything I Do
2-11 Sitting All Alone
2-12 When You Walk In The Room
2-13 Just A Little Smile
2-14 I Lie Awake
2-15 Singing Out Thoughts To My Lady
2-16 A Gentle Breeze
2-17 Le Fini
2-18 C

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Notes

This 140-minute double disc set comes with twenty pages of extensive liner notes by Kath and Badge leader Val Rogolino, and a plethora of photos from his personal stash.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Kath Kath(LP, Album, Ltd) Not On Label none US 1974 Sell This Version
RRLP-51 Kath Kath 1(LP, Album, Enh, RE) Rockadelic Records RRLP-51 US 2005 Sell This Version

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December 1, 2014
Simply killer garage driven psych, featuring Voxx organ and fuzz guitar all over the place, but not enough bass for my taste - easy enough to improve with control settings though! I hate to break the news to whomever listed this, but the artist name is Badge - read the insert, and the album title is Kath 1. In fact, at least two of the cuts included here as bonus cuts were also released on a single as by Badge. Anyway, the overall sound of the entire LP is much more circa 1969~70 than the original release date of 1974. If garage/psych is your genre, you need to check this one out.