Shakin' It Up At The Nicoberg

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Grim Ltd
Shakin' It Up At The Nicoberg

[ Frenzy / CD ]

Release Date: Friday 18 August 2023

On a balmy night in downtown Palmerston North in late 1966, the city's top band took the stage for the last time. The venue was the Nicoberg Coffee Lounge which was situated near the Stafford Arcade near Cuba St. The group were tipped to be the next big thing and were being courted by HMV and Viking Records, but decided to break up instead, for a variety of reasons. The group had been together for nearly 18 months and were affectionately labelled as "Palmerston North's Pretty Things", but they could just as easily been compared to The Who, The Rolling Stones or The Kinks . The group's reputation precedes them and you can now hear these legendary live, raw, warts and all recordings for the first time as recorded on the night by the group's drummer and future sound engineer John Van Der Reyden.


Milk Cow Blues
So Lonely
When I See That Girl Of Mine
Da Doo Ron Ron
A Well Respected Man
My Babe
Hurry Me
Talkin' Bout You
Dancing In The Street
Thats Why I'm Crying
I'll Go Crazy
Baby Doll
Don't You Know
Little Red Riding Hood
The Kids Are Alright
True Story
Sticks And Stones
Little Boy Sad
Too Many People
You Must Believe Me
I'll Be Doggone
Hey Mama
Get Off Of My Cloud
One Ugly Child