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Apr162012

Terry Knight and the PACK

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  • Classic 'N' Collectible Midwestern '60s Garage Rock
  • Band Line-Up Included Mark Farner and Don Brewer of Grand Funk, and Grand Funk's Manager (Terry Knight)
  • Features the Hit "I (Who Have Nothing)" 
  • Remastered from Original Tapes
  • In-Depth Annotationby Jeff Tamarkin 

Terry Knight and the Pack: Terry Knight and the Pack/Reflections. CD

Terry Knight and the Pack hailed from the same fertile, late-‘60s Michigan soil that spawned the MC5, the Stooges, the Frost, the Amboy Dukes, SRC, Bob Seger and the Last Heard and other like-minded outfits. And these two fuzz-laced albums, originally released on the Cameo Parkway subsidiary Lucky Eleven, definitely fit right into that Midwestern mold—in fact, the band did notch several regional hits (“I (Who Have Nothing);” “You’re a Better Man Than I,” both collected here) but never quite broke through nationally. However, they remain famous among rock fans for one very important fact: this is the band where Mark Farner and Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad got their start (and Knight went on to manage the band)! Jeff’s Tamarkin’s liner notes follow the saga. The only two Terry Knight & the Pack albums, their complete 1966 and 1967 releases, exclusively from Real Gone Music and ABKCO Music & Records!

Tracks:

Numbers

What’s on Your Mind

Where Do You Go

You’re a Better Man Than I

Lovin’ Kind

The Shut-In

Got Love

A Change on the Way

Lady Jane

Sleep Talkin’

I’ve Been Told

I (Who Have Nothing)

One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show

Love, Love, Love, Love

Come with Me

Got to Find My Baby

The Precious Time

Anybody’s Apple Tree 

The Train

Dimestore Debutante

Dirty Lady

Love Goddess of the Sunset Strip

Forever and a Day

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

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