The Squires ‎– Going All The Way With The Squires!

Crypt Records ‎– CRYPT LP 008
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 The Squires Going All The Way
A2 The Rogues (13) It's The Same All Over The World
A3 The Rogues (13) Oh No!
Written-By – Bouyea*, Flanigan*
A4 The Squires I Can Do It
A5 The Squires Gloria
Written-By – Morrison*
B1 The Squires The Original
B2 The Squires Go Ahead
B3 The Squires We Can Try
B4 The Squires Walkin'
B5 The Squires Rink Bash
B6 The Squires It's The Same All Over The World

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All recorded in 1965 and 1966.
A2, A3: first 45, October 1965.
A4, B1, B3 to B6: unreleased demos, April 1966.
A1, B2: second 45, April 1966.
A5: rehearsal tapes, August 1966.

A2 and A3 originally released by the band name as "The Rogues" and they changed their name to "The Squires" soon after.

Comes with a 4-page insert.

Album jacket printed in Canada
Jacket Made in Canada

All songs published by BRONZE STAR (PRO-CAN) except track [A] 5

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRYPT-008 The Squires Going All The Way With The Squires(LP, Comp, RE, RM, Gat + 7") Crypt Records CRYPT-008 Germany 2015 Sell This Version
CRYPT LP 008 The Squires Going All The Way With The Squires!(LP, Comp) Crypt Records CRYPT LP 008 Germany 1986 Sell This Version



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March 7, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Superb compilation of garage punk, compiled by Tim Warren of Crypt Records, by the highly-revered and sought-after band The Squires who's notability goes back to the first two Pebbles compilations in the late 70s.
Going All The Way appeared on vol.1 and the flipside Go Ahead was comped on vol.2.

To many garage punk adherents The Squires are representative of the best of the genre - short, hook-laden songs performed in rough and ready, unpretentious style by a youthful outfit propelled by pure enthusiasm and inspiration.

Everything about Going All The Way seems to magically work - the fine, melodic songwriting, the adrenalin-soaked guitar solo and the unbelievable screams - rivalling Alan Vega on the first Suicide album for intensity.
The fact that the song was written and recorded in the studio in about 20 minutes as a complete after-thought is nothing short of miraculous.

Go Ahead is only a very slight notch down, coming on like some long-lost Byrds outtake.

To fans of the single it seemed like a dozen Christmas's arrived early when Crypt put out this compilation of their two singles (one as The Rogues), demos and rehearsal tapes. The whole album deserves to be a lot better known. Many mainstream 60s fans would certainly get a lot out of it if they knew of its existence.
The fact that you get 4 pages of background info - and an interview with the band - just makes the package a 100% must-have for garage punk fans.