Girls With Guitars Know Why!

Vinyl LP

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It’s guitars a go-go on this compilation of storming female garage rock from the 60s. There’s She’s thundering ‘Piece Of You’, which remained unreleased until 1999; the Chicks’ take on ‘The Rebel Kind’, penned by the mighty Lee Hazlewood; Sandy Edmonds’ fuzzed-up cover of the Pretty Things’ ‘Come See Me’; the Wrongh Black Bag’s electric ‘I Don’t Know Why’, and ‘Love Seems So Hard To Find’ by Debbie Williams & the Unwritten Law, which shows young Debbie had talent and confidence way beyond her years. More stunning she-pop comes from the Rums & Coke’s feisty performance of the Dave Clark Five’s ‘Glad All Over’’; ‘Nothing Can Go Wrong’ by the Bea’s; and ‘Quite A Reputation’ by the Chymes, supported here by the Turtles. Joe Meek fans will especially enjoy Glenda Collins’ ‘Thou Shalt Not Steal’, which features Ritchie Blackmore tearing up a storm on guitar.


  1.  Look For Me Baby - Goldie & The Gingerbreads
  2. Love Seems So Hard To Find - Debbie Williams & The Unwritten Law
  3.  Melvin - The Belles
  4.  Thou Shalt Not Steal - Glenda Collins
  5. Quite A Reputation - The Chymes
  6. Glad All Over - The Rums & Coke
  7.  Come See Me - Sandy Edmonds
  8. Boy, What'll You Do Then - Denise
  9.  The Rebel Kind - The Chicks
  10. I Don't Know Why - The Wrongh Black Bag
  11.  Nothing Can Go Wrong - The Bea's
  12.  We Gotta Get Out Of This Place - The Debutantes
  13.  Piece Of You - She
  14. Stardust Come Back - Girls Take Over

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