Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Decoys (Not The Tremblin' Kind Single)

Here's the only single from NYC's, The Decoys. It was released on their own Trounce Records Label. The title track is a great 60's inspired Powerpop track, and definitely the better of the two songs. (at least for my taste anyway) If your interested in learning more about the group, here's a couple of places to start. George usher.com , and the Ed Russell Page . I just purchased a mixer with a direct usb line to my computer. I'm curious to know what you think of the sound of these recordings ? I think they come through fairly strong and clear.
Trounce Records 1981
1. Not The Tremblin Kind
2. Good Doctor


gaxfax said...

Yeah the sound is good from what I can tell. not having heard the original. lots of gain

bristolboy said...

---NICE--- great post!! - I'm a sucker for the handclaps

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the comments,glad you enjoyed the record.

Anonymous said...

Your new rip's sounds great. Downloaded a bunch today and they all sound fantastic! Good work, sir!

Popville said...

Awesome! George Usher's Dutch April was a favorite ~12/13 years ago, and lead me to his other records. Didn't know about this very early one till now. Cheers.

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the comment, glad you like it.