The Standells ‎– Try It

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A1 Can't Help But Love You
Written-By – Don Bennett, Ethen McElroy*
A2 Ninety-Nine And A Half
Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
A3 Trip To Paradise
Written-By – Don Bennett, Ethen McElroy*
A4 St James Infirmary
Arranged By – Ed CobbWritten-By – Traditional
A5 Try It
Written-By – Joe Levine*, Marc Bellack
B1 Barracuda
Written-By – Ed Cobb
2:25
B2 Did You Ever Have That Feeling
Written-By – Bob Safir*
3:06
B3 All Fall Down
Written-By – Dick Dodd, John Fleck
2:19
B4 Poor Shell Of A Man
Written-By – Dick Dodd
2:88
B5 Riot On Sunset Strip
Written-By – John Fleck, Tony Valentino (2)
2:86

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  • Matrix / Runout: Side 1: etched "ST1 5098 - A1"
  • Matrix / Runout: Side 2: etched "ST2 5098 - B2"

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SC 6022 The Standells Try It(CD, Mono) Sundazed Music SC 6022 US 1994 Sell This Version
ST 5098 The Standells Try It(LP, Album) Tower ST 5098 US 1967 Sell This Version
ST 5098 The Standells Try It(LP, Album) Sparton ST 5098 Canada 1967 Sell This Version
SC 6340 The Standells Try It(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM) Sundazed Music SC 6340 US 2016 Sell This Version
LP 5548 The Standells Try It(LP, Album, Mono, RE, RM) Sundazed Music LP 5548 US 2017 Sell This Version

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StrangelySatisfying

StrangelySatisfying

June 1, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
I just laughed out loud reading so called music literary 'expert' Richie Unter-burgers review of this album.
He obviously has cotton wool stuck in his brains. The semi-modern Detroit psych outfit 'OUTRAGEOUS CHERRY' seemed to have styled themselves
from the sound of one song on here.. "Poor shell of a man", written by Dodd. (or did they simply cover the song?) Every song has merit and even with the psychedelic vibe, they don't go too gimmicky. I don't enjoy the version of "riot" as much as the film version but that's not really relevant as it fits the album. Some interesting statements and repetitive view about Geo-political control in a 'game' system the world we exist in. This statement could be a release for Dodd since he was incubated in the Micky Mouse club.. probably was through some nasty stuff as a child and could also be connected to why they wanted to put this album under, aside from the sexual connetation of "Try It" which could be interpreted a few ways, and really is the most lacklustre track on the album but still holds up with it's heavy rock groove and wicked guitar break. This album has risen to the top for my personal listening, compared to the other Standells albums as a whole. A must have big label garage psych album.