Every 60s fan is familiar with their hits: 'Painter Man', 'Making Time', 'Cool Jerk', 'Tom Tom', 'Biff Bang Pow', their ultra-cool versions of 'Like A Rolling Stone' or 'Hey Joe' and a few more.
In Germany in particular, the beat band formed in 1966 around guitarist Eddie Phillips had a loyal fan base.
Stylistically close to The Who and the Kinks, The Creation was produced by their producer Shel Talmy. Until the band broke up for the first time in 1968, there was no international studio album, but a lot of single hits.
The compilation 'How Does It Feel To Feel' also contains recordings from the 1960s with producer Shel Talmy. Here, too, on board for some tracks: the later Faces and Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, who joined the band in 1967.
140 gr. LP in clear vinyl!
Printed inner sleeve with lots of photos from Phil Smee's archives!
A1 How Does It Feel To Feel A2 Life Is Just Beginning A3 Through My Eyes A4 Ostrich Man A5 I Am The Walker A6 Tom Tom A7 The Girls Are Naked A8 Painter Man
B1 Try And Stop Me B2 Biff-Bang-Pow B3 Making Time B4 Cool Jerk B5 For All That I Am B6 Nightmares B7 Midway Down B8 Can I Join Your Band
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