THE BEAU BRUMMELS Turn Around ~ The Complete Recordings 1964-1970: 8 Disc Remastered Boxset


THE BEAU BRUMMELS Turn Around ~ The Complete Recordings 1964-1970: 8 Disc Remastered Boxset


228 Newly Remastered Tracks Across Eight Jam-Packed Compact Discs In Replica Sleeves

24 Unreleased Cuts, With Many Titles New To Cd And Available For The First Time In Period Mono Or Fresh Stereo Mixes

88 Page Booklet With Detailed Liner Notes And Rare Photos And Memorabilia From The Band’s Personal Collections

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With their brilliant synthesis of folk and country, baroque and roll, San Francisco’s Beau Brummels made a major and lasting contribution to the lexicon of American popular music in the mid-1960s. ‘Turn Around: The Complete Recordings 1964-1970’ is the exhaustive overview of their legacy has so long deserved; presenting the band’s classic Autumn and Warner Brothers recordings in definitive fashion.

Boasting the stellar songcraft of Ron Elliott and the unique voice of Sal Valentino, the Brummels were amongst the first American units to respond to the British Invasion with innovation rather than imitation. The group remained popular and influential in the US long after their 1965 chart successes with ‘Laugh, Laugh’ and ‘Just A Little’, and once the act had devolved to the duo of Valentino and Elliott in 1967, the Beau Brummels moved to the forefront of Warner Brothers’ late 1960s pop renaissance with the albums ‘Triangle’ and ‘Bradley’s Barn’, the latter a visionary country-rock masterpiece.

Assembled, annotated and mastered by longtime Brummels’ aficionado Alec Palao, this major refurbishment of The Beau Brummels’ catalogue leaves no stone unturned. The original stereo album masters are accompanied by a comprehensive assortment of out- takes, alternate mixes and 45 RPM versions, and are further enhanced by rarities and unreleased demos drawn from the band’s own archives.

All the members of the Brummels also contribute to the instructive and heavily- illustrated history of the recordings, housed in a deluxe, handsomely appointed booklet