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|2||–The Squires||We Can Try|
Written-By – Morrison
|4||–The Squires||Rink Bash|
|5||–The Squires||It's The Same All Over The World|
|6||–The Rogues||It's The Same All Over The World|
|7||–The Squires||The Original|
|8||–The Squires||Go Ahead|
|9||–The Squires||I Can Do It|
|10||–The Squires||Going All The Way|
|11||–The Rogues||Oh No!|
Written-By – Bouyea, Flanigan
|CRYPT LP 008||The Squires||Going All The Way With The Squires! (LP, Comp)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP 008||US||1986|
|CRYPT-008||The Squires||Going All The Way With The Squires (LP, Comp, RE, RM, Gat + 7")||Crypt Records||CRYPT-008||Germany||2015|
|CRYPT LP 008||The Squires||Going All The Way With The Squires! (LP, Comp)||Crypt Records||CRYPT LP 008||Germany||1986|
- Backing Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Jim Lynch
- Bass Guitar – John Folcik
- Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Tom Flanigan
- Lead Vocals, Drums, Rhythm Guitar – Michael Bouyea
- Organ – Kurt Robinson
- Producer – Tom Zagryn
- Written-By – Bouyea (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B6)
All recorded in 1965 and 1966.
A2, A3: first 45, October 1965.
A4, B1, B3 to B6: unreleased demos, April 1966.
A1, B2: second 45, April 1966.
A5: rehearsal tapes, August 1966.
A2 and A3 originally released by the band name as "The Rogues" and they changed their name to "The Squires" soon after.
Comes with a 4-page insert.
Album jacket printed in Canada
Jacket Made in Canada
All songs published by BRONZE STAR (PRO-CAN) except track [A] 5
This version comes with a yellow label and a different bold red font.
- Barcode: 4 016022 100082
- Matrix / Runout ((Label A)): CR-008a
- Matrix / Runout ((Label B)): CR-008b
- Matrix / Runout ((Runout A, etched)): S-33054 CR 008 A
- Matrix / Runout ((Runout B, etched)): S-33055 CR 008 B
- Copyright (c) – Crypt Records
- Published By – Bronze Star (Pro-Can)
- Distributed By – EFA – LP 11568-08
Tracklist A1 The Rogues 13 It's The Same All Over The World A2 The Rogues 13 Oh No A3 The Squires Changing All The Times In My Life Demo. Songs in album The Squires - Going All The Way With The Squires 1986. The Squires - Going All The Way. The Squires - It's The Same All Over The World As The Rogues. The Squires - Oh No As The Rogues. The Squires - I Can't Do It. The Squires - Gloria. The Squires - The Original. The Squires - Go Ahead. The Squires - We Can Try. The Squires - Walkin'. The Squires - Rink Bash. The Squires - It's The Same All Ove. Listen free to The Squires Going All the Way With the Squires Going All The Way, It's the Same All Over the World and more. 11 tracks . Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. garage rock. The Squires were an American garage band in the 1960s, who have a claim to being the quintessential example of the genre. They released just one single, which failed to be even a regional hit, but which is now regarded as a classic of its era. One critic has written :- The yearning lyrics and melody, vibrant jangling guitars and brisk propulsive beat all combine to make The Squires read more. The Going All the WayGo Ahead single is the centerpiece of this 11-track compilation, which is padded with both sides of their first 45 when they were known as the Rogues and April 1966 demos. Most of the remaining tracks are in a raw folk-rockBritish Invasion style, and none of the other songs are nearly as impressive as the famous Going All the Way and Go Ahead. Going All the Way was reissued on the first of the Pebbles compilations of garage tracks in 1979, and its B-side Go Ahead on Pebbles, Vol. They have subsequently been included on compilations by Rhino Records and others. All the recorded Squires and Rogues tracks were issued together on a compilation album, Going All the Way With The Squires on Crypt Records in 1986. Despite their short list of recorded titles, Go Ahead was covered by the short-lived New Zealand indie supergroup Pop Art Toasters on their eponymous 1994 EP. Higher ranked This album 78,407th Lower ranked -Going All The Way With The Squires- Upcoming concerts. Everything about Going All The Way seems to magically work - the fine, melodic songwriting, the adrenalin-soaked guitar solo and the unbelievable screams - rivalling Alan Vega on the first Suicide album for intensity. The fact that the song was written and recorded in the studio in about 20 minutes as a complete after-thought is nothing short of miraculous. Go Ahead is only a very slight notch down, coming on like some long-lost Byrds outtake. To fans of the single it seemed like a dozen Christmas's arrived early when Crypt put out this compilation of their two singles one as The Rogues. US-American Garageband formed 1965 in Bristol, Connecticut. Founder members: Michael Bouyea dr, g, voc, Thomas Flanigan lead g, voc, Kurt Robinson org, John Folcik b. They were originally known as The Rogues. You know their superb folk-punker Going All The Way. You loved their sugary Beau Brummels styled Go Ahead. Now here's more of that great garage band from BristolConnecticut. In 1986 Crypt Crypt LP 008 released an album that contains not only their unreleased songs but their first 45 under the moniker The Rogues. This early incarnation of The Squires produced the outstanding punker It's The Same All Over The World. Alex Mugg. The Squires Going All The Way 60s. 1 year ago1 year ago. 76 plays76. The Squires or Neil Young & The Squires were a Canadian band formed in 1963 in Winnipeg. It was one of the first bands of singer-songwriter Neil Young. Young formed the Squires in 1963, and the group played at community clubs, high school dances and proms in Winnipeg with Neil on electric guitar. They played a lot of songs by The Shadows, The Ventures, and The Fireballs