Tower Records was a Capitol subsiduary active during the sixties (1964-70) which signed several
British Invasion artists. It is best remembered now for the stateside release of Pink Floyd's
first two albums, the Chocolate Watchband, Jake Holmes, The Standells and of course various Biker
movie soundtracks featuring Davie Allen And The Arrows!
Ian Whitcomb & Bluesville signed to the label in 1965.
Singles Tower 120 Ian Whitcomb & Bluesville - This Sporting Life / Fizz [3/1965] Tower 132 The Royal Showband Waterford - Hucklebuck '65 / I Ran All The Way Home  later credited to Brendan Bowyer and The Royal Showband Waterford
Tower 134 Ian Whitcomb & Bluesville - You Turn Me On (Turn On Song) / Poor But Honest [5/1965] Tower 155 Ian Whitcomb - N-E-R-V-O-U-S! / The End  Tower 274 Ian Whitcomb - Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday On Saturday Night [11/1966] Tower 407 Them - But It's Alright / Square Room  promo Tower 384 Them - Walking In The Queens Garden / I Happen To Love You  (PS) promo Tower 461 Them - We've All Agreed To Help / Waltz Of The Flies  (PS) promo Tower 493 Them - Dark Are The Shadows / Corinna  Albums T 5004 Ian Whitcomb & Bluesville - You Turn Me On [7/1965] T 5042 Ian Whitcomb - Mod, Mod Music Hall [11/1966] ST-5071 Ian Whitcomb - Yellow Underground  ST-5100 Ian Whitcomb - Sock Me Some Rock  (S)T-5104 Them - Now And Them [3 June 1968] promo only mono copies exist ST-5116 Them - Time Out! Time In For Them