Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 9

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Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 9
Compilation album
Released 1984
Recorded Mid-1960s
Genre Garage rock, psychedelic rock
Label AIP
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Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 9 (subtitled Ohio) is a compilation album in the Highs in the Mid-Sixties series, featuring recordings that were released in Ohio. Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 21 is a later volume in the series that features bands from this state.

Release data[edit]

This album was released in 1984 as an LP by AIP Records (as #AIP-10015).

Notes on the tracks[edit]

Three members of the Choir would form the Raspberries with Eric Carmen in the early 1970s. This track is the flip side of their first single; the classic A-side, "It's Cold Outside" can be found on Pebbles, Volume 2. Another version of "Stepping Stone" is included on Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 2. These Squires and Outcasts are not the same bands that were included on Pebbles, Volume 1; according to some sources, the latter band is actually from Kentucky. Phil Keaggy, who was evidently a member of the Squires, was a founding member of Glass Harp and later became a renowned contemporary Christian recording artist.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1[edit]

  1. The Deadlys: "On the Road Again" (John Sebastian)
  2. The Gillian Row: "Gloria" (Van Morrison)
  3. The Squires: "Batmobile" (Phil Keaggy/Monus)
  4. The Denims: "Adler Sock, The" (The Denims)
  5. Bocky & the Visions: "The Spirit of '64" (R. Bobbins/J. Harris/T. Styles) — rel. 1964
  6. The Statesmen: "Stop and Get a Ticket" (Travers/Coventry)
  7. The Pied Pipers: "Hey Joe" (Billy Roberts)
  8. The Tree Stumps: "Jennie Lee" (Ron Jankowski)

Side 2[edit]

  1. The Dagenites: "I Don't Want to Try it Again" (Geoff Robinson)
  2. The Chylds: "Hey Girl" (J. Lepar/R. Fano/N. Boldi)
  3. The Choir: "I'm Going Home" (Dann Klawson)
  4. The Outcasts: "Loving You, Sometimes" (Collinsworth)
  5. The Sound Barrier: "Hey Hey" (Paul Hess)
  6. The Dantes: "Can't Get Enough of Your Love" (Harvey/Wehr)
  7. The Human Beingz: "Evil Hearted You" (Graham Gouldman)
  8. The Possums: "Stepping Stone" (Tommy Boyce/Bobby Hart)