Totem Pole - The Honeycombs - All Systems Go!
Label: Pye Records - NPL-30073 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock
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Jan 06, · The Honeycombs “All Systems Go!” Garage,Pop. “Our Day Will Come” expands on the exotica vibe of “Totem Pole” and displays Honey Lantree’s strong prowess as a drummer. The rhythm section is especially tight on this album and really pops out. Forty six years on and All Systems Go is still an interesting and rewarding.
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Oct 16, · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Honeycombs - All Systems Go! at Discogs. Complete your The Honeycombs collection/5(17).
May 29, · All Systems Go!, an Album by The Honeycombs. Released in November on Pye (catalog no. NPL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Beat Music. Featured peformers: John Lantree (bass), Honey Lantree (drums), Alan Ward (lead guitar), Peter Franc (rhythm guitar), Denny D'Ell (vocals)/5(28).
Nov 11, · Tracklist: 01 I Can't Stop 02 Don't Love Her No More 03 All Systems Go 04 Totem Pole 05 Emptiness 06 Ooee Train 07 She Ain't Coming Back 08 Something I Got To Tell You 09 Our Day Will Come 10 Nobody But Me 11 There's Always Me 12 Love In Tokyo 13 If You Should 14 My Prayer 15 Not Sleeping To Well.
The Honeycombs were an English beat/pop group, founded in in North London, best known for their chart-topping hit, the million selling "Have I the Right? " The band featured Honey Lantree on drums, one of the few female drummers in bands at that celvnamurozulumi.infoinfo: Beat, Pop.
And as to the strange aspect, there are numerous errors in the packaging -- for one thing, the title of the group's first album was simply The Honeycombs, not It's the Honeycombs, and the producers have reversed the song contents under the two album titles on the back, so that the tracks for The Honeycombs are listed under All Systems Go and 7/
Colour Slide; Once You Know; Without You It Is Night; That's The Way; I Want To Be Free; How The Mighty Have Fallen; Have I The Right? Just A Face In The Crowd.