Immediate Records

Immediate records was a microcosm of the sixties music scene. Set up by ex-Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham and Tony Calder, Immediate played host to the British folk and blues scene and US imports before blossoming into psychedelia, early prog and post-psych.

Immediate Records

  1. Nico – I’m Not Sayin’ (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-003,1965)
  2. Mick Softley – I’m So Confused (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-014, 1965)
  3. The Poets – Baby Don’t You Do It (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-024,1965)
  4. Goldie – Going Back (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-026,1966)
  5. Nicky Scott – Backstreet Girl (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-045, 1967)
  6. Twice As Much (with Vashti) – Coldest Night Of The Year (That’s All, Immediate, IMLP-013, 1967)
  7. The Nice – The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-059, 1967)
  8. Billy Nicholls – Daytime Girl (Single B-side to Would You Believe, Immediate, IM-063, 1968)
  9. The Outer Limits – Great Train Robbery (Single A-side – Promo, Immediate, IM-067, 1968)
  10. Chris Farlowe – Paint It Black (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-071, 1968)
  11. The Excelsior Spring – It (Single B-side to Happy Miranda, Instant, IN-002, 1968)
  12. Jimmy Scott – Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da Story ALULLO (Part1) – (Single A-side, Revolution, REV-002, 1968)
  13. Small Faces – Afterglow of Your Love (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-077, 1969)
  14. P.P. Arnold – Eleanor Rigby (Kafunta, Immediate, IMSP-017, 1969)
  15. Fleetwood Mac – Man of The World (Single A-side, Immediate, IM-080, 1969)
  16. Humble Pie – As Safe As Yesterday Is (As Safe As Yesterday Is, Immediate, IMSP-025, 1969)
  17. Amen Corner – Lady Riga (Farewell to the Real Magnificent Seven, Immediate, IMLP-028, 1969)

Hear the musical story of Immediate, from single classics, cult releases, its sub-label Instant as well as its link up with Revolution records.  The Strange Brew is happy to part be part of the industry of human happiness!

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