Looking In On...

Super Oldies is proud to present this overdue collection
for this popular Moncton, New Brunswick '60s group.

Along with their hard-to-find full length album and singles tracks,
we have 6 unreleased recordings off master tapes.
Along with original vocal beat-style tracks,
they cover Merseybeat sounds
and some tastefully done instrumentals.

This features an 8-page booklet
with informative notes courtesy of Jamie Anstey
approved by Georges Hebert of the Brunswick Playboys
and families of the other band members.

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On The Outside Looking In
Those Railroad Tracks In-Between
Flowers On The Wall
Thatís The Way I Feel
Second To None
I Need You
Nothinís Changed
Itís Only Love
A Walk In The Black Forest
Iíll Follow The Sun
 Wasting My Time

Too Blind To See
Summer Breeze
Trop Occupe (Too Blind To See)
My Heart Is An Open Book
Just Call On Me

My Dear Little Sweetheart
So Many Other Boys
Weíre Through
You've Got What I Like
Mr. Lonely
Mountain Of Love

USA: $14.99

CANADA: $16.99

OVERSEAS: $18.99

with 12-page pdf booklet
download link will be e-mailed within a few hours
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"Just finished listening to The BP's...what a fine band! Moncton should be proud of these guys.  
Keep up the good work, and keep on reissuing these great, obscure (to me anyway) Canadian bands from the past" ~

"I grew up in Saint John, New Brunswick, which is about 90 miles from their home base of Moncton.
I remember hearing a couple of their singles that were on the local hit parade charts at that time.
I did see them on TV on the weekly teen music program that was based out of Halifax.
Thanks for putting out this CD! ~ Valmar

"Been waiting for years for this to be released! Nice packaging and content!" ~ Jeff C.

I am absolutely thrilled with this CD.
The quality is amazing and the texture of vocals and instruments comes through as well as any 60's re-master I have ever heard.
These guys were as good as any major pop group of the day and in fact, better than most.
History records that a great percentage of hits from the late 50's through the late 60's were in fact performed by session musicians.
If THE BRUNSWICK PLAYBOYS had lived in L.A. or New York they would have been session players for sure.
The biographical notes and photos are also excellent and reflect the care and attention you give to your projects.

"I was particularly taken with the guitar work of Georges Hebert.
Since that time I have seen George play live about 5 times and have bought all his solo albums.
He has become my favorite guitarist of all time.
Anyone who is a fan of 60's pop and rock & roll would enjoy this CD and Canadian maritimers,
especially those in New Brunswick, should be thrilled that this treasure has been made available.

Thank you again for your great work in bringing these Canadian gems back from obscurity." ~ Hal P.